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Ep 377: Hitting 8 Figures By Thinking Bigger than Everyone and Doing Guerilla PR with Daniel Price, My 1st Years

Secrets To Scaling Your Ecommerce Brand

You have to think bigger to grow bigger. Seeing the infinite possibilities around you makes you see the world in a different way and it makes your world better. When you start to believe that you can be something bigger, you start to make things happen. In this episode, Daniel Price of My 1st Years talks about his company's journey and its growth from a brand new startup to a thriving 8 figure brand.Listen and learn in this episode!KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODETaking on investment is about scaling quicker than you would otherwise.Bring on the right partner who believes in the journey.A lot of people take on investment because it sounds great and a lot of people think they need £1-2 million but they haven't looked at why they need it.Brand story, brand partnerships, and out-of-the-box ideas are critical to get to the right people.When someone wants your help as a consultant for a few days and you're pricing it up, you're not pricing the few days but the years of your experience.  Think bigger than anyone else in your space.Recommended App: LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/ Recommended Audiobook:Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike by Phil Knighthttps://www.goodreads.com/book/show/27220736-shoe-dog Today’s Guest:Daniel Price is the co-founder of My 1st Years and the founder of Alberti Group.My 1st Years is a personalized children gifting brand in the UK.Connect and learn more about Daniel Price here: LinkedIn:  https://uk.linkedin.com/in/danielprice1 E-mail Address: daniel@albertigroup.co This month’s sponsor is Parker, the first card built exclusively for eCommerce. Free up cash flow and grow your business with Parker by getting net-60 terms on every transaction. Parker is currently offering a $1000 sign-up bonus for Upgrowth listeners. Go to getparker.com to chat with the team today - and make sure you mention where you came from!We love our podcast community and listeners so much that we have decided to offer a free eCommerce Growth Plan for your brand! To learn more and how we can help, click here:upgrowthcommerce.com/growJoin our community and connect with other eCommerce brand owners and marketers!https://www.facebook.com/groups/secretstoscalingpodcastWe love our podcast community and listeners so much that we have decided to offer a free eCommerce Growth Plan for your brand! To learn more and how we can help, click here: upgrowthcommerce.com/grow Join our community and connect with other eCommerce brand owners and marketers! https://www.facebook.com/groups/secretstoscalingpodcast...

24mins

22 Sep 2022

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Episode 003: "Better to do something and make a mistake, than not do anything at all" | Daniel Price

Building Brand Advocacy

Prince William, Obama, Beyoncé, Elton John and Kris Jenner have one thing in common - Daniel.This week's episode features the magnetic Daniel Price, Co-founder of My 1st Years. Dan's story is one of self-belief, perseverance and fearless optimism, demonstrating the unparalleled success that can occur when you combine advocacy principles with hustle.Paul peers into the mind of Dan, uncovering the traits needed to be a successful founder and create a brand with the longevity that My 1st Years have earned. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

42mins

20 Jun 2022

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38mins

23 May 2022

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Sound BITES: E8 - Daniel Price | Ioterra

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On Episode 8 of Sound BITES we sit down with Daniel Price, CEO of Ioterra. Ioterra is a platform and ecosystem that helps companies develop products faster and get to market more effectively. We discuss his adventures building and selling companies, managing remote teams, creating a corporate culture, and how the most important IoT use cases probably aren’t the ones you’re thinking about. Business Innovation Technology Entrepreneurship Strategy Daniel Price: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-price-a0b33834/ Ioterra: https://ioterra.com/ Spotify/Apple: https://www.nanochomp.com/podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nanochomp https://www.nanochomp.com https://www.nanochomp.com/datasolutions

57mins

2 Mar 2022

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Daniel Price + My 1st Years talks problem solving, having successful business partnership with your best friend and when and why to make important hires.

The Busi-Ness Podcast with Emily Austen

Welcome to the Busi-ness Podcast.Daniel Price founded My 1st Years with close friend Jonny Sitton in 2011, after struggling to find a meaningful gift for a friend’s newborn baby. Cue a set of personalised baby shoes made by the duo, which both delighted their friends and sparked requests from friends and family across the globe and My 1st Years was born. A decade later, the business is worth well over £20 million. But despite being the number one personalised children’s gift brand and loved by celebrities, after overcoming the challenges of Covid the brand faced a devastating setback after a fire destroyed their head office and distribution centre. Since speaking to Daniel, and after four months of being unable to take orders, My 1st Years is back in business, with a new look and new products and a fantastic attitude. We talk winging it, important hires and running a business with your best friend. I hope you enjoy listening to this inspirational story. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

54mins

21 Oct 2021

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The Busi-Ness Podcast with Emily Austen

Welcome to the Busi-ness Podcast.Daniel Price founded My 1st Years with close friend Jonny Sitton in 2011, after struggling to find a meaningful gift for a friend’s newborn baby. Cue a set of personalised baby shoes made by the duo, which both delighted their friends and sparked requests from friends and family across the globe and My 1st Years was born. A decade later, the business is worth well over £20 million. But despite being the number one personalised children’s gift brand and loved by celebrities, after overcoming the challenges of Covid the brand faced a devastating setback after a fire destroyed their head office and distribution centre. Since speaking to Daniel, and after four months of being unable to take orders, My 1st Years is back in business, with a new look and new products and a fantastic attitude. We talk winging it, important hires and running a business with your best friend. I hope you enjoy listening to this inspirational story. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

21 Oct 2021

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Daniel Price: A Force of Nature as Executive Director of Mosaic Community Land Trust

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Daniel Price made a strategic choice in college to earn certification as an elementary education teacher while he decided what future direction to follow.  Politics "called" him briefly; radio appealed, but his combined talents and interests and his commitment to the betterment of his hometown community called him to his current position as executive director of the nonprofit Mosaic Community Land Trust. Creating community gardens, building networks of volunteers, organizing revitalization efforts become the vehicles Daniel uses to spread health and wellness wherever he lands.  Find more information about Studio B Fine Art Gallery on our website: studiobbb.org, on Studio B’s Facebook page, by contacting Jane Stahl, janeEstahl@comcast.net, 610-563-7879, or stopping by Studio B.

22mins

30 Jul 2021

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TSC Talks! TSC and COVID~A Conversation on Impact. Hosted by Daniel Price

TSC Talks!

TSC Talks discusses TSC in the time of Covid. Guest host Daniel Price joined Jill Woodworth for a roundtable discussion with guests Rob Grandia, Emilie Peters, Heather Still, Meghan Bittner, Joshua Stroup and Cathy Evanochko. Check out the time stamps below to find the information you feel will be most helpful and check out the links at the end of this document.Link to A.I. Transcription of the entire episode: https://otter.ai/s/QagpwwA0SPSIP-kaJs9SngMeghan shares that her doctor believes she had Covid very early on before we knew it was in the US. (6:53)Heather discusses what happened when her young son was admitted to the hospital for monitoring of seizures and how Covid complicated that. (8:46)Kathy discusses what it was like for her in Canada when Covid first hit. (10:24)Rob discusses what it was like to be on Capitol Hill in D.C. advocating for TSC support from politicians who obviously knew the seriousness of the virus (11:17)Josh and Emily discuss how difficult it is to find a job right now as new college graduates (13:24)Daniel discusses being furloughed from his job and how covid has impacted him. (15:20)Jill notes that her life has not changed that much due to Covid (17:02)Meghan discusses facing a serious health challenge during the shutdown. (18:28)Rob discusses telehealth and its benefits and limitations. (21:27)Josh speaks about his fear of going to hospitals for routine care at this time. (23:34)Emily does not like telehealth visits and prefers seeing her doctors face to face in person. (24:32)Heather and her children became sick with Covid. (25:48)Kathy speaks about the disruption of care due to Covid (26:33)Meghan shares about being in Minnesota and having life and medical care disrupted due to the racial justice riots and protests. (32:13)Further discussion about telehealth, its benefits and its shortcomings (33:58)The challenges of remote learning (37:23)Discussion of stress, anxiety and mental health concerns during Covid. (47:01)Stress and seizures (51:23)TSC, stress and covid, we are used to adjusting (53:23)Rob discusses the additional layer of stress caused by wildfires on the west coast (58:51)Meghan discusses the riots and protests in Minneapolis (1:00:46)Emily discusses the difficulty of being a new college graduate seeking a job (1:02:17)Daniel, also on the west coast, talks about the widfires and the additional level of physical and mental stress they cause (1:05:34)Kathy finds the blessings during Covid (1:06:25)Rob misses the normalcy of going on dates with his wife (1:07:58)Megan and Emilie talk gratitude (1:09:56)Finishing up with one word that sums it up for everyone (1:14:07)Rob Grandia Links:https://www.tsalliance.org/individuals-families/adults/adult-regional-coordinators/ https://www.tsalliance.org/about-us/our-leadership/ https://www.pe.com/2016/05/19/health-walk-helps-fight-disease-that-attacks-internal-organs/ https://www.facebook.com/rob.grandia.3Daniel Price Links:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daniel.price.1694 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pricendaniel/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-n-price-7270156a/ https://www.tsalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/06-June-Adults-with-TSC-Newsletter.pdf https://www.rareiscommunity.com/2019/11/27/navigating-a-forever-home-with-a-rare-disease-daniels-story/Cathy Evanochko Links:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cathy.evanochko https://www.tscanada.ca/about-us/board-of-directors/ https://www.raredisorders.ca/about-cord/ https://www.tscanada.ca/about-us/Emilie Peters Links:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emilie.n.peters Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilie_peters_/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilie-peters-95ba421a3/ https://prezi.com/p/pflgttwujtiq/what-is-tsc/ Heather Still Links:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hstillwaters/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heather-still-478a9991/ Joshua Shoup Links:https://www.timesonline.com/7b8a15ce-62c5-11e7-8fcb-ffa59dd8ad56.html Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joshua.shoup.3 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-shoup-88777a1aa/ Meghan Bittner Links:Thanks for tuning in! We hope to produce another "TSC and COVID Convo" in early January. If you are interested in participating, contact TSC Talks on any of our social media channels.

1hr 15mins

16 Oct 2020

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TSC Talks! TSC and COVID~A Conversation on Impact. Hosted by Daniel Price

Jill Woodworth

TSC Talks discusses TSC in the time of Covid. Guest host Daniel Price joined Jill Woodworth for a roundtable discussion with guests Rob Grandia, Emilie Peters, Heather Still, Meghan Bittner, Joshua Stroup and Cathy Evanochko. Check out the time stamps below to find the information you feel will be most helpful and check out the links at the end of this document.Link to A.I. Transcription of the entire episode: https://otter.ai/s/QagpwwA0SPSIP-kaJs9SngMeghan shares that her doctor believes she had Covid very early on before we knew it was in the US. (6:53)Heather discusses what happened when her young son was admitted to the hospital for monitoring of seizures and how Covid complicated that. (8:46)Kathy discusses what it was like for her in Canada when Covid first hit. (10:24)Rob discusses what it was like to be on Capitol Hill in D.C. advocating for TSC support from politicians who obviously knew the seriousness of the virus (11:17)Josh and Emily discuss how difficult it is to find a job right now as new college graduates (13:24)Daniel discusses being furloughed from his job and how covid has impacted him. (15:20)Jill notes that her life has not changed that much due to Covid (17:02)Meghan discusses facing a serious health challenge during the shutdown. (18:28)Rob discusses telehealth and its benefits and limitations. (21:27)Josh speaks about his fear of going to hospitals for routine care at this time. (23:34)Emily does not like telehealth visits and prefers seeing her doctors face to face in person. (24:32)Heather and her children became sick with Covid. (25:48)Kathy speaks about the disruption of care due to Covid (26:33)Meghan shares about being in Minnesota and having life and medical care disrupted due to the racial justice riots and protests. (32:13)Further discussion about telehealth, its benefits and its shortcomings (33:58)The challenges of remote learning (37:23)Discussion of stress, anxiety and mental health concerns during Covid. (47:01)Stress and seizures (51:23)TSC, stress and covid, we are used to adjusting (53:23)Rob discusses the additional layer of stress caused by wildfires on the west coast (58:51)Meghan discusses the riots and protests in Minneapolis (1:00:46)Emily discusses the difficulty of being a new college graduate seeking a job (1:02:17)Daniel, also on the west coast, talks about the widfires and the additional level of physical and mental stress they cause (1:05:34)Kathy finds the blessings during Covid (1:06:25)Rob misses the normalcy of going on dates with his wife (1:07:58)Megan and Emilie talk gratitude (1:09:56)Finishing up with one word that sums it up for everyone (1:14:07)Rob Grandia Links:https://www.tsalliance.org/individuals-families/adults/adult-regional-coordinators/ https://www.tsalliance.org/about-us/our-leadership/ https://www.pe.com/2016/05/19/health-walk-helps-fight-disease-that-attacks-internal-organs/ https://www.facebook.com/rob.grandia.3Daniel Price Links:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daniel.price.1694 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pricendaniel/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-n-price-7270156a/ https://www.tsalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/06-June-Adults-with-TSC-Newsletter.pdf https://www.rareiscommunity.com/2019/11/27/navigating-a-forever-home-with-a-rare-disease-daniels-story/Cathy Evanochko Links:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cathy.evanochko https://www.tscanada.ca/about-us/board-of-directors/ https://www.raredisorders.ca/about-cord/ https://www.tscanada.ca/about-us/Emilie Peters Links:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emilie.n.peters Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilie_peters_/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilie-peters-95ba421a3/ https://prezi.com/p/pflgttwujtiq/what-is-tsc/ Heather Still Links:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hstillwaters/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heather-still-478a9991/ Joshua Shoup Links:https://www.timesonline.com/7b8a15ce-62c5-11e7-8fcb-ffa59dd8ad56.html Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joshua.shoup.3 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-shoup-88777a1aa/ Meghan Bittner Links:Thanks for tuning in! We hope to produce another "TSC and COVID Convo" in early January. If you are interested in participating, contact TSC Talks on any of our social media channels.

1hr 15mins

16 Oct 2020

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TSC Talks! No Holds Barred~Advocate Extraordinaire! Daniel Price~TSC, Rare Disease, Adoption & LGBTQ Advocate

Jill Woodworth

“You are here for a purpose. There is not a duplicate of you in the whole wide world; there never has been, there never will be. You were brought here now to fill a certain need. Take time to consider what it might be.” Lou Austin. This happens to be one of Daniel Price’s favorite quotes and as you will see and hear, has truly framed the way Daniel lives his life. Daniel Price, a rare disease and adoption advocate, and young adult from the Seattle Washington area who is living with TSC. He’s Auxiliary Adult Regional Coordinator West and has been an active volunteer for the last 3+ years. Working in the airline/travel industry part-time, has given Daniel the opportunity and scheduling flexibility to travel the country and to parts of the globe to participate in TSC conferences and other events such as; Step Forward to Cure TSC walks in Seattle as well as Northern and Southern California; Sound Bites in Minnesota; Regional Conferences in Houston, San Diego, Saint Louis and Los Angeles; and the 2018 TSC World Conference in Dallas. Recently he attended the TS Alliance Board Meeting in Chicago and the 2019 March on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. He’s flown to Melbourne, Australia to help them with their first Comedy for a Cure. Daniel was adopted from mainland China at the age of 3 and diagnosed with TSC at the age of 6 when visiting a dermatologist to examine the red bumps on his face. He is the only family member with a rare genetic disease and states, “I've had seizures as a younger child. Development delay issues in K through 12 education and had a special education program. I've gone through a speech and language program, was kicked out and then put back in later in my K to 12 programs and have had many other challenges through trying to maintain in work, living and other daily challenges as well facing life “Daniel’s mother sought the best treatments for Daniel as she could at the time but the TS Alliance was just being formed and there was not as much information available about TSC as there is currently. Eventually, Daniel found the TS Alliance, stating, “I reached out to- I think the headquarters in DC and they mailed me out to a couple of people in the Washington area. And they email-connected me to someone named Gloria, and I was like, Oh, okay. And then she's said that we're going to have a picnic coming up in Seattle. So, then I go to this picnic and meet other people (with TSC & families), and it changed my life. It changed the way I saw it. So yeah. I've learned a lot from Gloria and the other people that within the TSC community within the Pacific Northwest”Seeking better medical care, Daniel traveled to the TS Clinic in Cincinnati and was excited to be able to visit all TSC related specialists in one location and talk to medical professionals with specific expertise in treating TSC. He carries a book on TSC with him to every appointment and hospital visit to share with any and all of the treating team to not only make sure they have a quick reference guide on TSC at their fingertips but also raise awareness of the condition and educate as many people as possible. Outlining ongoing challenges Daniel states, “I mainly struggle with TAND, (stands for) tuberous sclerosis complex neuropsychological disorder. I struggle a lot with depression, anxiety, mood swings, socializing with other people. And many people just don’t see it They see a regular person going to work, paying their bills, driving, going to school, but they don't see the outcome of what TAND or TSC. They don't see the real picture. They don't see the big picture of what TAND can do. I do get mood swings. There are times where I just want to like shut people off and shut off from the world when it's just too much sometimes”We discuss his return to China, with his entire family, and was able to meet caregivers and other members of the local community who remembered Daniel and what a moving experience this was. Daniel talks about coming out as a gay man being an active member of the LGBTQ community and his desire to find connections with others who are in this community that also have a rare disease. “So I came out four or five years ago…I came out as a gay man, a young person questioning my sexuality, but also I was trying to (a couple years ago), connect with people with a rare genetic disease, but also who have been adopted and part of the LGBTQ community as well. I have not been able to find anyone. I've been to other organizations on the west coast and other people who are LGBTQ but have not been able to connect with other people that have the other two aspects.”There’s a lot more in this episode. In conclusion, Daniel states eloquently; “the most meaningful thing is being able to advocate at different events, socializing with other people within the TSC community, connecting with them, learning from them. But being a voice for those that don't have…or can't give a voice. Learning how to cope with things from other people, learning their styles, learning how they advocate for change, being able to go to events and help raise money to help eradicate this disease. Being able to be that change, to help other people who can't help themselves or help other people within the community. They may be a little shy or closed off from other people, not only just here, not only just in the TSC community, but the LGBTQ community and adoption community, or any community. I am thankful to have the privilege to advocate, to be able to change the way other people perceive TSC Tuberous sclerosis complex-a rare genetic disease, adoption, LGBTQ or any of those communities.”Here are Daniel’s links! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daniel.price.1694 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pricendaniel/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-n-price-7270156a/ https://www.tsalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/06-June-Adults-with-TSC-Newsletter.pdf https://www.rareiscommunity.com/2019/11/27/navigating-a-forever-home-with-a-rare-disease-daniels-story/Links on Adoption: https://www.adoptioncouncil.org/ http://www.adoptioncouncil.org/2020-gala https://adoptionsbygladney.com/ http://www.gladneyasia.org/index.html http://cccwaen.mca.gov.cn/ China Center for Children's Welfare and Adoption (CCCWA) and Bridge of Love Adoption Services (BLAS) https://www.ccaifamily.org/ https://onesky.org/ http://moveablefest.com/nanfu-wang-one-child-nation/?fbclid=IwAR3e4i5m-Ajkl1Bj5efLC88IJX7lnIFw1Py0qqBM66kv29tLog97RjSjlX4 https://www.holtinternational.org/ LGBTQ links for Asian Americans who are LGBTQ:https://www.facebook.com/pg/crn.ngo/about/ https://gapafoundation.org/ in SF Stay tuned for more, including information about a new podcast hosted by Thomas Van Antwerp, Chief Development Officer of Nicky’s Gardens of Hope discussing issues related to “The Cliff”….turning 21 with Autism, IDD, TSC…”, appropriately named, “Over The Cliff”. (https://nickysgardensofhope.com). Thanks for tuning in! https://tsctalks.com

36mins

17 Jan 2020

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