How to ACTUALLY profit from doing what you love!
August 10, 2016
Hosted by Jacki McLenaghan
Meet Maximillian Krewiak. He's a young cinematographer went through some struggles and challenges trying to build a career and business that he loved. Many of us hear the old adage "Do what you love and the money will follow!" But many of us also know that this is not necessarily a fact. Max spent some time working and striving to to make a living in such a creative and field and for several years he tried to fit into the mold of what people "thought" he should be doing. Breakthrough's often happen when we are feeling the most discouraged. That is certainly the story for Max. The good news about being a creative entrepreneur is that you can use your strengths to figure our new and innovative ways of reaching your goals when you feel like giving up. Join us in today's episode when we hear about Max's journey and the surprising way he discovered to blend his passions and build a business that he loves AND THAT PAYS HIM
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There are many small business owners out there who are struggling with their marketing. They spend countless hours and unnecessary dollars on marketing that is not getting them anywhere. They look to other successful business owners, authors or speakers and they try to emulate what those people are doing. What is missing is the creativeness and uniqueness of your own personality infused into your marketing materials. Our show will include tips, tools and techniques to help you stand out from the crowd and have a far bigger impact in your industry. We will discuss how to create great and unique content, and how you can amplify your message.
Jacki McLenaghan is the founder of a company promotions company called Pure Potentials. As a small business owner for over twenty years, Jacki has learned a great deal of what it takes to get your message out there, gain new clients and fill event rooms. As a former theater producer and trade show organizer this skill has become something that she enjoys teaching other small business owners to excel at. Jacki is also a “techy geek” with a flair for imaginative video making. This is a very underutilized skill by most business owners and Jacki’s company also specializes in helping others get their videos created, leveraged and maximized.