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#21 - Finding Your Chief Initiative with Tara Gentile (McMullin)

Being Boss Archive

In this episode of Being Boss, Emily and Kathleen welcome special guest, Tara Gentile (McMullin). Tara is a business strategist and coach for creative entrepreneurs to help them grow their influence in a way that works toward your unique communication strengths. She's also the author of The Art of Earning, The Art of Growth, and Quiet Power Strategy.Get full show notes for this episode here >>---Listen to brand new episodes of Being Boss on the main feed >>---Listen to more Being Boss shows on our website, on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Follow Being Boss on Instagram: @beingbossclubJoin the Being Boss Community: beingboss.club/community

52mins

16 Nov 2020

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Episode 75. Interview with Tara Gentile: The Art of Earning – Even in a Slump

Prosperous Pet Business

Do you want to make more money but your efforts to generate more haven’t been working (especially during the pandemic)? Are you having a hard time breaking through the earning plateau that you’ve been in for awhile?  In this interview with Tara Gentile you will learn empowering tips and tools to jumpstart your money-making ability. Earning money can be fun and easy and Tara is here to show you how to take your earning to the next level.  Please note: this interview with Tara was recorded in 2017 (long before the pandemic!) but much of what is discussed is applicable and relevant; especially regarding working with the money mindset.  Visit the show notes page to get your free gift from Tara Gentile:www.ProsperousPetBusiness.com/podcast75 Read the blog post about which pet business book to read first: https://www.sixfigurepetbusinessacademy.com/which-pet-business-book-should-i-read-first Join the Prosperous Pet Business community on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/prosperouspetbusiness/ Follow Kristin Morrison on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/petbizcoach/ Click for FREE pet business resources to help you run your pet business smarter rather than harder. https://www.sixfigurepetbusinessacademy.com/business-resources-dog-trainers-dog-groomers-dog-day-care-owners Copyright © Prosperous Pet Business and Kristin Morrisonwww.ProsperousPetBusiness.com

43mins

8 Jul 2020

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Tara Gentile: Launching, Group Coaching and Beer (GPP01)

The Get Paid Podcast: The Stark Reality of Entrepreneurship and Being Your Own Boss

http://clairepells.com/1 “Do exactly what I did and you’ll have the same kind of success as me!” It’s a painfully common marketing message, but I’m calling BULLSHIT. You can try all the formulas and strategies in the world but in the end, your results will depend on something that can’t be taught: who YOU are and how the world perceives and responds to YOU. Guest Tara Gentile is the creator of the Quiet Power Strategy and she goes deep into how she’s not following any of the typical Internet Marketing rules to grow her business, and why she wishes you wouldn’t either. In this episode you’ll hear: -- the tweaks Tara suggests I make to one of my own sales strategies, one I was about to completely give up on -- how much her business brought in in 2014, and the breakdown of all those revenue streams -- the new offerings she’s adding to her business to keep serving (and getting paid by) her existing client base, plus the tool she uses to help others figure out new ways to work with people who have already converted -- the non-traditional way that Tara launched - and priced - her now signature Quiet Power Strategy group coaching program the first time out of the gate -- her recent technique for filling a $3500 program with 40 people who were so comfortable with the investment that she had ZERO refunds -- how much it costs her to run each launch -- what her biggest expenses are, both in her business and her personal life (I was VERY surprised by some of these) -- the make-up of Tara’s team and what each person’s role is -- what it’s like when your mom is your project manager -- her strongest lead-generation strategy (that actually gets her paid in addition to moving people through the Know, Like and Trust process) -- how you can go meet up with Tara this summer on her unique tour around the U.S. (Spoiler alert: there’s beer involved.) Don’t forget to leave a rating and a review for the show on iTunes if you like what you hear! Don’t want to miss an episode? Click here to subscribe and get them delivered straight to your phone, tablet or computer as soon as they go live. Thanks for listening!   Mentioned in this episode: Tara Gentile’s website The Quiet Power Strategy Tara on Twitter Tara on Facebook Tara on Instagram Business and Beer Summer Tour: details coming soon. (Jump on Tara’s list to get notified about dates)

1hr 12mins

20 Jun 2019

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Tara Gentile McMullin on the licensing certification program path (S3E79)

Legal Road Map®: copyright, trademark and business law info for online entrepreneurs

Tara (Gentile) McMullin, author and the founder of the What Works Network, formerly CoCommercial, joins us this week to share how she pivoted her business model to help turn small business owners into tomorrow’s economic powerhouses. Listen and learn: The less common motivation behind registering your trademark Why consulting your ideal customer can help you fine-tune your perfect product How a licensing program can broaden your reach How understanding the difference between an independent contractor and an employee can help make the hiring leap less scary KEY TAKEAWAY: When you “don’t know what you don’t know”, legal can seem intimidating. But sometimes doing your due diligence and tackling something scary like legal can open doors to help you grow your business more effectively. Visit www.awbfirm.com/podcast79 for show notes and to get a free 5 Minute Intellectual Property Audit to learn how you can make more money from the copyrights and trademarks in your business (plus be the first to know when new episodes are live). This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

36mins

25 Mar 2019

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Tara Gentile: Motivation & Mindset for Healthy Habits (Rebroadcast)

She Knows the Way

Tara Gentile shares her journey from “I’m not the kind of person who works out” to avid hiker, runner, and climber. We also talk about the critical mindset shift that propelled her to prioritize fitness, and the powerful side effects that committing to her health had on Tara’s business, social life, and relationships. Tara is founder of CoCommercial, a digital small business community for entrepreneurs serious about making money, impacting their communities, and transforming the lives of those they love. (Original broadcast: 2/20/18)

41mins

1 May 2018

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16: The Future of Digital Marketing with Tara McMullin

Movement Makers With Nikki Groom

Tara McMullin is the founder of CoCommercial, a business community for entrepreneurs serious about making money and impacting their communities. She’s also the host of Profit. Power. Pursuit., a bestselling instructor on CreativeLive, and has been featured in Fast Company, Inc, and Forbes. In this episode, we talk about how the last US election drastically changed the social media landscape, why authenticity is so critical, how the price you charge tells a story and the future of digital marketing.

1hr 2mins

30 Apr 2018

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Leveraging Your Quiet Power with Tara Gentile (Episode 187)

Productive Flourishing

Tara Gentile is an author and business strategist, who works with entrepreneurs and helps them design their personal “quiet power strategy” that will tap into their strengths and help them lead themselves where they want to go. She teaches her clients how to find what makes them most effective. Her work has been featured in Fast Company, Forbes, Design Sponge, and in the bestselling book The $100 Startup. She is also an instructor and speaker, teaching about entrepreneurship, money, and the new economy. She joins Charlie on the show today to talk about her journey and her work and share some of her insights on the entrepreneurial world.  Key Takeaways: 01:40 – How Tara got started doing what she does. 06:28 – The hardest lessons Tara learned during her first years of business. 09:58 – How Tara’s background in religious studies helped and also didn’t help in her early years of business. 13:23 – Figuring out how what you create aligns with people’s worldviews and with their needs and with their values. 14:29 – Entrepreneurs realizing that they’re solving the same problem everyone else is solving, but doing it in a way that’s completely unique to you. 15:42 – What Kick Start Labs is all about. 18:40 – How Tara balances being an introvert and doing the work that she does. 23:51 – How being a control freak can get in the way of being an entrepreneur and navigating a business. 28:37 – Moments in Tara’s career that made her know for sure this was what she wanted to be doing. 34:33 – What Tara is afraid of right now in her work.  37:57 – The most unanticipated challenge Tara is currently facing. 39:30 – Leverage what’s most effective for you. Mentioned In This Episode: Quiet Power Strategy Fast Company Forbes Design Sponge The New York Times The $100 Startup, Chris Guillebeau CreativeLive Lebanon Valley College Borders Books and Music Kick Start Labs Etsy Pioneer Nation

42mins

29 Mar 2018

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Tara Gentile — Getting Back to What Matters with a Rebrand

Startup Parent

#037 — Putting Your Mission Back In The Driver's Seat  With Tara Gentile Rebranding your business is a risk, especially if what you’re doing is still making money. How can you be sure it’s time to shake up the status quo and shift your focus? Tara Gentile can attest to the fact that there is no easy framework for making that decision. But a good place to start is by asking the question, “What is the company that I really want to build?” Tara has spent the last year getting back to her original mission, getting clear and focused on the legacy she wants to leave behind, and rebooting her business to emphasize the community aspect of her small business network and give members access to the collective intelligence of the group. Today, Tara shares how losing out on a promotion during maternity leave inspired her start her own business. She explains how her business has evolved over time and offers insight around retiring products, hiring employees and putting on live events. I ask Tara about her writing practice, and she speaks to the call-response approach she employs to facilitate conversation among the CoCommercial community. Listen in and learn about how the flexibility of entrepreneurship enables Tara’s atypical co-parenting situation and what her daughter is teaching her about herself. FULL SHOW NOTES: Get the complete show notes with episode quotes, photos, and time stamps at http://www.startuppregnant.com/037. EPISODE SPONSOR & SPECIAL OFFER: Thank you to the sponsor of this episode: Acuity Scheduling. Acuity functions as an online assistant, helping to organize your schedule and collect client information. Take advantage of Acuity’s 45-day free trial for Startup Pregnant listeners at https://acuityscheduling.com/startuppregnant. All of our sponsor offers are available on our website for you to grab the perks and discounts offered to podcast listeners: http://startuppregnant.com/sponsors. LEARN MORE ABOUT TARA GENTILE: Tara is the founder of CoCommercial, a social network for microbusiness owners that brings together coaches, consultants, educators, designers and makers who are passionate about taking control of their livelihoods in the New Economy. Tara’s work has been featured in Fast Company, Forbes and Inc., among many others. She is a sought-after speaker on the topics of money, marketing and entrepreneurship, a bestselling CreativeLive instructor, and the author of several books on doing business today. Tara is also the host of Power. Profit. Pursuit., one of the top 24 women-hosted podcasts for business owners. CoCommercial Tara on Facebook Tara on Twitter Tara on Instagram Tara on Medium Profit. Power. Pursuit. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Tara’s Books Tara on Creative Live Marie Poulin Gusto THE STARTUP PREGNANT PODCAST & HOST Startup Pregnant Startup Pr --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/startupparent/message

1hr 6mins

5 Mar 2018

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377: Tara Gentile- Disrupting Your Life and Business

The Self-Employed Life

We always hear the story of someone quitting their 9 to 5 job in the corporate world to become an entrepreneur.  What happens when an entrepreneur feels a need to shift? What about when they feel their mission is complete, and they want to move on to something else? There isn’t really a name for this entrepreneurial shift that happens. It’s something that many people hesitate about because they worry about their finances, or they worry it’s the wrong time. Much like taking the first leap into being an entrepreneur, shifting to a new area of entrepreneurship means taking a risk. Remember, you did it once there’s no reason you can do it again. Of course there will be a small amount of financial uncertainty, but the transition isn’t that scary and it’s always better to make less and be happy than make more and feel miserable.  On this episode of the Creative Warriors we bring on someone who knows a lot about making this pivot, Tara Gentile. Tara is the founder of CoCommercial, a digital small business community for entrepreneurs serious about making money, impacting their communities, and transforming the lives of those they love. She’s also the host of Profit. Power. Pursuit., a podcast that takes you behind the scenes of successful small businesses. Entrepreneur named it one of 24 top women-hosted podcasts for business owners. Not only that, she’s also a bestselling Money & Life instructor on CreativeLive. Check out her (mostly) weekly live show, Help Yourself, for in-depth, non-obvious conversations about the ins and outs of growing a company you love. Download this episode of Creative Warriors now and hear how to know if it’s time for you to make a vital pivot in your life. WARRIOR OF INDEPENDENCE    “I get to choose my mission.” -Tara Gentile  My book, LINGO: Discover Your Ideal Customer's Secret Language and Make Your Business Irresistible is now available! Highlights - When you decide to transition, consider the roots you come from. Once a transition starts, there’s no going back. You want your pivots to occur more quickly so it doesn’t kill your finances. There are many entrepreneurs who transition to a new type of entrepreneurship. It’s always the right time. You don’t have to have a singular purpose. Take time to really think about your business. We often plan more for failure than we do for success. Many times we sabotage ourselves after we hit our goals. Be around people who see more in you than you see in yourself. Guest Contact - Tara’s Website Tara's Twitter Tara's Podcast Tara’s Book Quiet Power Strategy Mentions- The Art of Community by Charles H. Vogl 17hats  Resources - 12 Must-Have Mindsets for Uncommon Entrepreneurs! A FREE tool for Creative Warriors to help you get clear on the ways you need to think differently to get the results you want. We've been handed a whole bunch of malarky about who we are and how business works that simply doesn't work for us. It's time to set it straight! This tool will give you the insights you need to think your way to success as a Creative Warrior and keep you on track. Check out the Creative Warriors RESOURCE page! A collection of the best companies, hand-selected, to help you succeed! You'll find vendors, services, products, and programs to help you Create, Serve, and Be Prosperous! All these companies have been used and approved by Jeffrey and most are used every day in his business. Music by Jawn

47mins

28 Feb 2018

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Tara Gentile on the licensing path (Legal Road Map® Podcast S2E30)

Legal Road Map®: copyright, trademark and business law info for online entrepreneurs

Tara Gentile, author and the founder of CoCommercial, joins us this week to share how she pivoted her business model to help turn small business owners into tomorrow’s economic powerhouses. Listen and learn: The less common motivation behind registering your trademark Why consulting your ideal customer can help you fine-tune your perfect product How a licensing program can broaden your reach How understanding the difference between an independent contractor and an employee can help make the hiring leap less scary KEY TAKEAWAY: When you “don’t know what you don’t know”, legal can seem intimidating. But sometimes doing your due diligence and tackling something scary like legal can open doors to help you grow your business more effectively. Sign up below to get a free 5 Minute Intellectual Property Audit to learn how you can make more money from the copyrights and trademarks in your business (plus be the first to know when new episodes are live). This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.

33mins

16 Jan 2018

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