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Jennifer Baker

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In-Depth with Amazon Seller Jennifer Baker

Seller Sessions Amazon FBA and Private Label

Today I am joined by Jen Baker to take through her life and selling on Amazon. Jen is an original OG as started back on Amazon way back in 2010. Jennifer Baker, Mother of 3, from Glasgow Scotland, Started on ebay in 2007 and evolved in to a 7 figure Amazon seller, now multi brand owner, hoping to retire to the beach one day soon and for good!


9 Sep 2022

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Sage Colleagues - Jennifer Baker and Amy Pierce on Leadership in Action

Sage Thought Leadership Podcast

Jennifer Baker has been with Sage for over 10 years. She has been leading the engagement in North America with colleagues since 2019 and has implemented many programs that have led to colleagues' success. She does everything with her colleagues in mind. She is responsible for leading our mission of Leadership in Action. Amy Pierce has been with Sage for 33 years. She has held many different roles during that time, including Head of Services, Project Management, Quality Assurance, and Global Services Operations. She is currently the Vice President for North America Services which consists of Learning Services, Expert Services, Services Operations, Customer Support, and Customer Experience.


9 Jun 2022

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S2E26: Grace @ Work - Jennifer Baker, School Teacher

Spotlight on Grace

Host Ber Bolton and Pastor Tonya Marks had a great time chatting with Jennifer Baker about her work as a school teacher. You will be so encouraged to hear about her calling and the heart she has for the children she serves. Grace is big in Mrs. Baker's classroom! Thank you, Jennifer! questions or comments? Podcast@columbiagrae.org.


30 May 2022

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73 - Launching and Growing a Healthy Email List with Jennifer Baker

Power Your Platform

Today on the Power Your Platform Podcast, I’m chatting with Jennifer Baker, a marketing consultant and email marketing expert who’s helped hundreds of clients launch and grow their own email list. In today’s show, Jennifer and I chat about how to get started when it comes to email marketing PLUS how you can create relevant content for your audience that leads to list growth over time. We’ll also address the issue of email subject lines and get to the bottom of the mind block that’s holding so many women back from clicking the publish button on their first newsletter. Here are my Top 10 Takeaways from my interview with Jennifer Baker. 1. When building an email list from scratch, be sure to do it the legal way. Follow CASL legislation or the anti-spam legislation in your own region of the world. 2. One of the biggest challenges to overcome when launching that first email newsletter is mindset. And yes, we all face it! 3. Email subscribers are much more likely to be converted into paying customers than social media followers for the simple reason that they’re paying better attention. 4. If you don’t have an email list, start one today! 5. When creating content for your newsletter think value. How can you enrich someone’s life or business with the content you’re sending out on a regular basis? 6. Consistency is key when it comes to email marketing. However often you decide to share your newsletter, show up regularly with quality content and your email list is sure to grow. 7. It’s better to have a smaller email list comprised of interested people than a huge email list of unengaged subscribers. 8. Clean up your email list at least once a year to help keep it healthy and improve your open rates. 9. Keep your email content simple. Include a call to action and remember to always add value. 10. Tie your email content back to your paid offer. This will allow you to more easily convert your subscribers into paying customers. If you enjoyed today’s interview, we’d love to hear YOUR key takeaways! Reach out to us at @poweryourplatform on Facebook or Instagram or send us a note at powerherplatform.com/contact. We’d love to hear from you! Until next time, keep owning your story, following your purpose and raising your voice. Because the world is waiting to hear YOUR story. EPISODE LINKS:  Power Your Platform Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/569102257443807 PowerHER Platform web site - https://www.powerherplatform.com/ Subscribe to our Story Fuel Newsletter - https://www.powerherplatform.com/subscribe Jennifer Baker Consulting - https://jenniferbakerconsulting.com/ Jennifer’s Lead Magnet - https://mailchi.mp/1fedf14e5c92/free-ebook


29 Mar 2022

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Cultivating Personal and Team Resilience with Jennifer Baker

Leadership Under Fire

In this episode, listeners will hear the final installment of a recording captured in 2019 at a Leadership Under Fire Summit in Annapolis, Maryland. This talk is a departure from the interviews featured on this podcast and offers a glimpse into how the LUF team approaches advancing leadership and optimizing human performance under fire during scheduled events and seminars. The presenter you'll hear in this episode is Jennifer Baker, who currently is the Director of Athletics and Recreation at Johns Hopkins University. She was promoted to the role on August 6, 2019. Prior to this, Baker served as Hopkins’ Senior Associate Director of Athletics since September 2017. Baker is a co-founder of Athletics Leadership Consulting, whose mission is to make leadership development accessible to all athletes, coaches and organizational support staff. The group leverages athletics as a tool for leadership education as it designs and delivers original content that allows athletes to develop leadership and teamwork skills as an integrated component of their competitive experience. Baker graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a degree in aerospace engineering and was a member of the Academy’s women’s lacrosse club team. After the Naval Academy, Baker spent seven years in the Navy, including three years as a pilot and four as a construction manager and facilities engineer. She later earned an MBA and a master’s in mechanical engineering from Cornell. Visit the episode webpage on leadershipunderfire.com to view the workbook Baker references in the episode. 

1hr 16mins

10 Feb 2022

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Editors Unedited: Jennifer Baker interviews Clyde W. Ford, author of OF BLOOD AND SWEAT

The Library Love Fest Podcast

On this episode, Jennifer Baker, Senior Editor at Amistad, interviews Clyde W. Ford, author of OF BLOOD AND SWEAT, available on April 5, 2022.Find show notes here: https://bit.ly/3rZKdUXVisit our website: librarylovefest.com.You can find us on Facebook (@librarylovefest), Twitter (@librarylovefest), and Instagram (@harperlibrary). We also have a voicemail! Give us a call at 212-207-7773.


28 Jan 2022

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Episode 28.Painter Jennifer Baker talks about inspiration, creativity, and the winter solstice

The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick

In Episode 28, Gail talks with artist Jennifer Baker about finding inspiration in nature, knowing when a painting is finished, and the most important secret to running an art business.You can find her work online at www.jenniferbakerart.comThe Brainwave Podcast is produced and presented by WindWord Group Publishing and Media. Please visit our website at https://www.windwordgroup.com to sign up for our newsletter and receive regular information about upcoming guests, new releases, and special gifts for regular listeners and readers.  Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/brainwavepodcast)


17 Jan 2022

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From Hiding in the Corner to Saying YES, Artist Jennifer Baker

The Second Chapter

This week Kristin chats with Jennifer Baker, who studied as an artist but found herself on a mountaintop in Italy, raising a family and living without her art. A successful translation business took her even further away from her original passion until Covid forced her to ask herself some tough questions. Once she stopped hiding and started saying yes, the magic started happening...My paintings are an ode to life, to becoming, and to majesty. They are a reminder to take a moment to release the trappings of the mundane, to look up, down, far, and close. To be still.You can see Jennifer's paintings around the world at this point (!) and on her website at: https://www.jenniferbakerart.com/ or on Instagram here: www.instagram.com/jenniferbakerpaintings---Subscribe, review and share The Second Chapter- wherever you listen to your favourite podcasts or on podchaser.com- For transcript, go to thesecondchapterpodcast.com- If you like what we do, buy us a virtual coffee! https://ko-fi.com/thesecondchapterTwitter: @slacklineprodu2, Instagram: @the_second_chapter_podcast,On Facebook and YouTube as Slackline Productions #womenover35 #wearebadassOn The Second Chapter, serial careerist and founder of Slackline Productions, Kristin Duffy, chats with women who started the second (or third… or fifth!) chapter in their careers and lives, after 35. You’ll find inspiring stories, have a few laughs, and maybe even be motivated to turn the page on your own second chapter!Of course we’d love to hear what you think- and if you love the show, please leave us a 5-star rating and review on podchaser or Apple podcasts.


14 Sep 2021

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Cabana Chats: Jennifer Baker

Cabana Chats

In this seventh episode of Cabana Chats, we bring you a conversation full of awesome information about the ins and outs of the publishing world, and many years of the wonderful Minorities in Publishing podcast (and newsletter), with the fabulous Jennifer Baker. We also talk about just needing a break! Jennifer Baker was named the 2019 Publishers Weekly Star Watch “SuperStar” because her “varied work championing diversity in publishing has made her an indispensable fixture in the book business.” She is a publishing professional with almost 20 years’ experience in a range of roles (editorial, production, media) and is an instructor for Bay Path University’s Creative Nonfiction MFA, as well as the creator/host of the podcast Minorities in Publishing (a 2018, 2019, 2020 finalist for the Digital Book World Best Use of Podcasting in Book Marketing). Jennifer most recently served as a contributing editor to Electric Literature, and she has freelanced as a proofreader, copyeditor, and/or development editor and has written for various publications in print and online. From 2014-2017, Jennifer was panel organizer and social media manager for We Need Diverse Books, a non-profit organization that sprang to life from the #WeNeedDiverseBooks media campaign to increase minority representation in literature. She is the editor of Everyday People: The Color of Life—A Short Story Anthology with Atria Books (an imprint of Simon & Schuster). Her YA novel Forgive Me Not will publish with Putnam Books for Young Readers (an imprint of Penguin Random House) in 2022. Find out more about Jennifer Baker here: https://www.jennifernbaker.com/ Join our free Resort community, full of resources and support for writers, here: https://community.theresortlic.com/ More information about The Resort can be found here: https://www.theresortlic.com/ Cabana Chats is hosted by Resort founder Catherine LaSota. Our podcast editor is Craig Eley, and our music is by Pat Irwin. FULL TRANSCRIPTS for Cabana Chats podcast episodes are available in the free Resort network: https://community.theresortlic.com/ Follow us on social media! @theresortlic


7 Sep 2021

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Jennifer Baker: Tragedy, Economy, Ethics & Stoicism.

The Stoic Salon Podcast

I get to talk with Jennifer Baker about tragedy, economy, marketing, business, death, laughter, Stoicism and lots more. Jennifer Baker teaches Stoic ethics at the College of Charleston and writes on how to apply Stoicism to contemporary ethical issues in life and in fields like economics. She is the author over two dozen articles in philosophy and co-editor of Economics and the Virtues for Oxford University Press. She is working on a book manuscript on economics and moral indifferents. ⏰ Chapters ⏰ 00:00 Welcome to The Stoic Salon Podcast 00:25 Introducing Dr. Jennifer Baker 02:38 Jennifer's path to Stoicism, Aristotle, Nussbaum, Julia Annas, the Tragic 13:37 Do the Stoics have an account of the tragic? 17:00 Death: "I think people are bad in this subject!" 18:43 What would the news be like is we were all Stoics? 21:18 Economy, a Stoic economy? Money, Budgeting. Markets. Marketing products. Adam Smith. 44:17 Jennifer Baker's forthcoming book: Economics and Moral Indifferents. Business Ethics. Morality in the market since ancient times. 44:50 "Of course, I think the Stoic option is the best." 49:25 Are your children fans of Stoicism? 50:27 Age and Stoicism. Congenital Stoicism. Natural Stoicism. 54:00 Laughter Jennifer Baker is speaking about The Power to Care: How a Stoic approach to life helps in raising children and care-taking 🌿 Stoicon-x Women: Practical Paths to Flourishing 2021 🌿 https://pathstoflourishing.org/ Jennifer argues that: I argue that a stoic approach to life helps in raising children and care-taking for five reasons: it keeps one from being selfish while being assertive, it encourages to "say no" to unpromising commitments and identities, it regards ethics as active and a comprehensive check on your choices, encourages joy and helps one to prepare for loss and crises. Connect with Jennifer on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.baker.35325074 Read her articles on Psychology Today: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-love-wisdom Jennifer recommends approaching Stoicism via Julia Annas' The Morality of Happiness. https://amzn.to/3bNm8cH #Stoicism​ #StoicSalon​ #KathrynKoromilas

1hr 14mins

23 May 2021