Want to join a group of people that are on a mission to find tools, people, and beliefs that will make us the best version of ourselves? Click on the link: https://masteryline.com/affiliate/ and I will connect whit you as soon as possible. You also get a gift 😉 Jenna Kutcher is a Jung entrepreneur. She started as a picture taker at weddings. The tips that she gave is: -Don't listen to that inner voice that says that you are not able or that you are not smart enough. Even a millionaire has them. -you will lose some friends when chasing your dreams but that is a part of the change. -Defined how much do you want so you won't do the mistake of chasing a shadow and where nothing is enough. More tips for success is in the podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/an-planovek/message
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The Jordan P. Anderson Podcast
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#346: How This 7-Figure Business Owner Uses Her Podcast To Drive Traffic with Jenna Kutcher
Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield
Because it’s been a minute since we’ve talked about podcasting as an entrepreneur… I decided to invite my dear friend, Jenna Kutcher, back on to have a little chit chat around podcasts, entrepreneurship, and how they work in unison to boost organic traffic. Jenna is a fellow lover of online marketing, runs a 7-figure business, and hosts a top-rated podcast. In this episode, we talk about how a podcast can support your business in more ways than just generating revenue. We’re also going to give you some behind-the-scenes lessons we’ve learned as podcasters. Whether you have a podcast or are thinking about starting one (or maybe you haven’t even thought about it but I’ve piqued your interest), you’re going to get so much out of this episode. A glance at how to use a podcast to drive traffic to your business [06:34] Jenna says that podcasting extends your brand in a way that isn't possible with social media alone. People are literally inviting you into their lives wherever they are. [10:18] Jenna and I spill the beans on why we chose podcasts as our weekly platform. [14:32] Any industry can benefit from starting a podcast -- yes, that means your industry too! [17:12] When first starting out, Jenna used her podcast along with content upgrades to convert listeners into subscribers by creating a new freebie for each episode. [23:33] Jenna strategically plans out her episodes to tackle listener objections, shift mindsets, and educate potential buyers before she launches. [27:08] When Jenna first started out, she asked a company she used called HoneyBook to partner with her to cover production costs. Learn her best tips for generating revenue when you are just starting out. Rate, Review, & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts ‘I love Amy and Online Marketing Made Easy.’
In this episode, Jenna Kutcher inspires you to share your whole self on social media, instead of only sharing your work. She shows us how to find our superpower, get more done in less time, and shares strategies to decide what content to create. “Life gets super messy and you will overwork yourself if you don’t know what success looks like for you. You have to have a picture of that somehow if you want to succeed, it’s essential." -Jenna Kutcher If you’re ready to share the most authentic version of yourself, this episode is for you! Follow Jenna Kutcher here. Want More Marketing Direction & Advice? Get LIVE marketing training with Brendon every single month so you KNOW what's working! Join us in the InfluencerBusinessProgram.com To join Influencer Summit, go to InfluencerSummit.com Follow Brendon on Instagram.
Anecdon’ts and Instafails: Social Media Marketing Cliche
An anecdote is not a story. An anecdote is a quick, “this thing happened to me.” An anecdote is a one-dimensional series of facts that people call a story when they don’t know better. An anecdote may have had a point. It might even have some concrete detail. But the one thing it doesn’t have is the one thing that a good story can’t exist without: Plot. Structure. What’s missing from the anecdote is what we call in rhetoric “vicarious experience.” The whole reason stories exist is to trick my brain into believing that I have experienced something that I haven’t experienced. When I listen to a really good story, my brain processes the experience as it would if I had been doing the play by play of the story myself--not exactly, obviously, but approximately. Not understanding that isn’t really your fault, though. You’re getting a lot of superficial, profit-driven advice. Like the platitude-fest called the Goal Digger podcast, created, not surprisingly by some social media influencer business guru person named Jenna Kutcher. Episode 13 analyzes the “storytelling” advice from Kutcher, reveals it to be just advice about anecdotes and Instagram captions, and discusses the importance of creating vicarious experience in your stories. Then I leave you hanging until Episode 14 to learn how to write a really stellar story. But I do play you a clip from Fight Club, so we’re even. Read the blog version Watch the YouTube version *Learn more at https://rhetoriclee.com *Follow the show on Facebook and on Instagram @rhetoriclee for more teasers, highlights, and awesome graphics *Don’t miss an episode. Subscribe on iTunes/Apple Podcasts, on Google Podcasts, on Stitcher, on Youtube, on Spotify, or via RSS. *Take 20 seconds to leave a short review and 5 star-rating (I’ll even take 4 stars, I’m not greedy). Reviews help future #rhetoricnerds find the show! *Have mixed feelings about the show or think I may have stepped in it? Let’s discuss on social media or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Top 10 Marketing Secrets Used By Jenna Kutcher & Dean Graziosi
The Dean Graziosi Show
In this special podcast Dean Graziosi and Jenna Kutcher share their top 10 marketing and sales secrets they use on a daily basis. Use some the these marketing tips to improve your business and get more sales. Also don't forget to subscribe to never miss out on new weekly podcast :)
How Becoming Friends with Jenna Kutcher Transformed My Life
The Investing Tutor Podcast
This is one of the BEST interviews of ALL time. In today’s episode, Jenna Kutcher unpacks the mindset, business strategy and investment philosophy of Dr. Hans. Jenna started with a $300 camera and now runs a multi-million dollar business. In 2019, her business grossed $7.5 Million. Her podcast, Goal Digger has been downloaded over 30 million times. In this episode you’ll learn: How Dr. Hans stumbled upon Jenna’s Podcast. How the rich and wealthy build wealth. Why immigrants are taught nothing about investing. How to build a $1 million portfolio using just $100 per month. How Dr. Hans discovered his super power and how that skyrocketed his business. The importance of not letting fear hold you back from investing in yourself.
The art of productivity | Entrepreneur Jenna Kutcher on how to achieve work-life integration
The Tony Robbins Podcast
When we say we want to be more productive, what does that really mean? We all have the same 24 hours in a day, so how is it that some people are able to accomplish so much, and still have time to spend on doing the things that they love? Those who maximize their time have mastered the art of productivity, and work-life integration. One of those people is Jenna Kutcher. You may have heard her podcast, Goal Digger, where she helps her listeners redefine success, chase bolder dreams, and tackle their biggest goals. Jenna is an entrepreneur, an expert marketer, speaker and social media influencer. She has a strong voice, speaking out about important topics like body positivity, female entrepreneurship, and some of the more difficult ones – like going through a miscarriage. She’s set massive goals for herself, achieved them, and has created an extraordinary life, one that’s on her terms, and her time. In this episode, Jenna shares her approach to work-life integration and productivity – and how she took her wedding photography business, something that relied on her own personal involvement to be successful, and diversified it to the point where it runs even when she’s not there, and generates revenue 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
"Goal Digger" podcast host Jenna Kutcher teams up with me this episode to teach others how to find their calling in life - and that's a tall order! Luckily, Jenna's up for the challenge. We even take a couple of calls together to help some folks take stock and move forward -- some great inspiration for the new year!Got a problem? Call me at 888-Barbara. Nothing’s off limits, so what are you waiting for?