In this episode, Jenni is joined by Geva's former stage operations manager Carolyn Pike for a conversation with actor Madeleine Lambert. Carolyn and Jenni talk about just what a stage operations manager does, and a particularly memorable - and unexpected - onstage appearance. And then Madeleine joins us and we discuss her favorite running shoe, how marathons and performance are related, what it is like to play Susan B. Anthony, and the power of good stories.
Content Planning Tips with Madeleine Lambert / ep101
Planning and creating your content doesn't have to be stressful! In this episode of the Digitally Overwhelmed podcast, I talk with Madeleine Lambert of Content Refined (https://contentrefined.com) about how to plan and create awesome content as part of your SEO strategy. Full episode shownotes here: digitalbloomiq.com/podcast-episodes/content-planning More about Content Refined: Website: https://contentrefined.com/ For Free Content Creation SOP's https://www.contentrefined.com/podcast Code: PODCAST 20% off any of our packages month 1: https://www.contentrefined.com/the-packages/ Code at checkout: PODCAST
Episode 39 – Generating 50K in Monthly Recurring Revenue – with Madeleine Lambert
Raise Your Frequency Podcast
This week we’re diving into businesses that operate on monthly recurring revenue from their clients, as opposed to working with clients on a project-to-project basis and constantly being on the hunt for new clients to hit certain revenue numbers. So how does it all work? How did Madeleine Lambert, CEO and Co-Founder of Content Refined, manage to create 50K in monthly recurring revenue in just two short years in business? In this episode, Madeleine pulls back the curtain and reveals some of the strategies and systems in place that have allowed Content Refined to be successful with this model. To access the download Madeleine mentioned on the podcast, visit contentrefined.com/podcast and use the code word PODCAST (all in caps). Contact the team at Content Refined at contentrefined.com to find out how you can benefit from a 20 per cent discount on your first month of services by mentioning the code word PODCAST. To connect with ME outside of the podcast: https://www.lisacapri.com/ On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lisacapricoaching/ On Instagram: @raiseyourfrequencydaily Or shoot me an e-mail at email@example.com! Affiliate disclaimer: It is possible that some links mentioned on the podcast or in show notes may be affiliate links. This means that I might receive a small commission for referring certain products or services AT NO EXTRA COST to you. I only refer products or services that I LOVE and/or that I use personally.
Make Your Business Stand Out Through Content Marketing - with Madeleine Lambert | Ep. 118
It's Time to Sell Podcast: Strategies for 21st Century Selling
Madeleine Lambert is the co-founder of Content Refined, a fast growing content marketing company that provides cutting-edge online content for affiliate marketers, e-commerce businesses and SaaS companies. If you want to learn more about how you can use content to distinguish yourself online, check out the full episode!
591: How to Build Maternity Leave Into Your Business Plan with Content Refined Co-Founder Madeleine Lambert
Support is Sexy Podcast with Elayne Fluker | Interviews with 500+ Successful Women Entrepreneurs!
Madeleine Lambert, co-founder of Content Refined, has always known that she wanted to have a family. She was also clear from the beginning that doing so would not stop her from being a successful entrepreneur, and vice versa. So she and her business partner put a plan in place for what running the business and having her family would look like -- including putting maternity leave in the business plan!On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Madeleine talks about how to put a process in place so you can keep your business going and your family growing without having to choose either or.For more interviews with inspiring women entrepreneurs, visit supportissexy.com!
102 Building Family in to Your Business Plan with Madeleine Lambert
A Brilliant Gamble
It seems to me that most change isn’t initiated by us but thrust upon us or dropped in to our path. If you’ve had an interesting life up to this point and want that to continue, you’re probably someone who grabs those unplanned opportunities and runs with them. Today’s guest is entrepreneur Madeleine Lambert. She runs “Content Refined”, a business based in Canada that helps companies grow their audience. She’s been responsible for massive growth in the business in just 2 years by forcing herself to let go of the reins... helped by the impending birth of her first child. Having a deadline forced her to put systems in place to make herself unnecessary to the daily running of the operation. I’m sure we’d all like that! In this interview we talk about: Initiating change versus having it fall in your path Hiring people who are better than you Being a control freak and breaking the habit Building family in to your business plan How we get in our own way Dealing with online criticism And much more! You can find out more about Madeleine and her business on her website, Facebook or Instagram. Please stay in touch with us on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and of course, the website.
120: Productizing content marketing with Madeleine Lambert
Working Without Pants - Creative Entrepreneurship
Madeleine is the CEO of Content Refined, a content marketing agency built to scale offering productized content marketing packages. The agency is made of up herself, her business partner and a business manager working in tandem with a remote production team and project managers. Together they they bring in over 50K a month in recurring revenue! Tune in to hear Madeleine share about how a life experience brought on the opportunity for her to suddenly get everything off her plate and hire other people to run her business... so she go could on pregnancy leave. There are great takeaways in this episode, including insights on how Madeleine and her team acquire new customers, how they review and consistently update SOPs and how they handle churn.
085 Replacing Yourself as CEO for 6 months (Intuitive Hiring) with Madeleine Lambert
Intuitive Leadership Podcast
Madeleine Lambert talks about “Replacing Yourself as CEO for 6 months (Intuitive Hiring)” in this episode of Intuitive Leadership Mastery with host Michaela Light. Episode Highlights Ticking Time bomb to replace me in the biz For 6 months of maternity leave Immovable deadline Intuitive Hiring Knew someone – on paper not have experience and had […]Source
Madeleine Lambert – How World Travel changes you; your Life and Business
Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
Madeleine Lambert is the driving force behind the business management and growth of Content Refined. As a young entrepreneur, she is always looking for different ways to improve the business for her clients and for her employees. She has a Bachelor’s Degree with combined Honours in Legal Studies & Human Rights from Carleton University. After university, she traveled solo across the globe, and lived in Asia for a year. She and her partner are happily settled in their first home in Collingwood Ontario. They’re expecting their first child in June 2018.Madeleine Lambert Vroom Veer StoriesMadeleine is not only VERY pregnant; she was booked to MC a friend's wedding and her partner was out of town on business; sooo she's really counting on her lucky stars the baby doesn't show up too early She's having difficulty with scattered brain and is not her generally focused self; so she's frustrated with herself not getting things done; it is also a wake up call to get better at delegating to her team members Her dad was a faculty member of the university she attended; Madeleine pranked her Dad for April's fools and nearly killed him; when revealed as a prank; dad didn't talk to her for three days I mentioned the Joe Gebbia (founder of Airbnb) Prank Story from the Tim Ferriss podcast. After graduating from college she was desperately trying to fit into mold for a Master's Program; her dad suggested she should take a year and do something she had never done before; packed a bag and bought a one-way ticket and headed out on an adventure Started her trip in Canada; then headed to Europe and the middle east and south east Asia; lived in south east Asia for about year Learning about different cultural norms helps you to see your life in a new light; some places in the world there is no toilet paper and that's ok Embrace the Bum Gun The founders of the Tropical MBA podcast started a group called the Dynamite Circle, which Madeleine joined; she ended up being gifted a trip to a Conference in Bangkok by another member of the circle The surprising (maybe?) reason that Madeleine didn't drink at ALL during that conference; and then took another week "off" to work ON her businessMadeleine Lambert ConnectionsContent Refined: Website, Instagram, Facebook Use coupon code "vroom2018" (no quotes) for 20% off month one