Guided Goals Podcast #41: Visibility with Denise Wakeman

Denise Wakeman PodcastDenise Wakeman joins us on the Guided Goals Podcast, and we’re going to talk about visibility. Denise is a Digital Marketing Strategist, who works with authors and online entrepreneurs to strategically use social marketing tools to gain visibility, build credibility, and get their message out to the world.

Denise talks about the ever-changing digital marketing and social media space, the importance of visibility, tips for how to increase your visibility, her branding journey, and more.

Learn more about Denise’s Visibility Challenge.

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Guided Goals Podcast #40: Crowdfunding with John Trigonis

John Trigonis PodcastJohn T. Trigonis joins us on the Guided Goals Podcast, and we’re going to talk about Crowdfunding. A writer and story maker, John is author of Crowdfunding for Filmmakers –– 2nd Edition and mentors campaigns as Indiegogo’s head Film & Creative Campaign Strategist.

John explains why crowdfunding is important, as well as how to create a campaign and set yourself up for success. Although it’s geared toward crowdfunding for filmmakers, there are valuable tips for anyone considering crowdfunding any project.

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Guided Goals Podcast #39: Taking Care of Your Body with Philippe Coudoux

PhilippePhilippe Coudoux joins us on the Guided Goals Podcast, and we’re going to talk about taking care of your body. Philippe, The Posture Guide, is a health and movement specialist. He helps people kick their kinks and get a powerful posture.

Philippe shares his background, and offers tips and thoughts on listening to your body, taking breaks, mini-exercises, proper cel phone posture, and more.

While you can listen or watch this podcast, this might be a good video to watch, since Philippe demos some of his techniques. Also, check out Philippe on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram.

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Guided Goals Podcast #38: Networking with Cheryl Tan

Cheryl TanCheryl Tan joins us on the Guided Goals Podcast, and we’re going to talk about networking. Cheryl is the founder and CEO of Tan Media LLC, a media strategy company that shows entrepreneurs how to get the attention they want.

Cheryl talks about how networking is more than just going to events and handing out business cards. She offers tips on how to really connect and follow up.

Sign up for Cheryl’s free 2-week Become a Media Magnet course and get her “5 reasons the media isn’t calling you (and what you can do instead)” PDF.

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Guided Goals Podcast #37: Accelerating Your Projects with Dr Michael Lennox

Michael Lennox 2Dr Michael Lennox joins us on the Guided Goals Podcast, and we’re going to talk about accelerating your projects

Michael is a spiritual teacher and author; psychologist, astrologer and internationally renowned expert on dreams and dream interpretation, he considers himself an ambassador to the unconscious mind.

Michael talks about ways to accelerate your projects, what to do when you can’t move forward, and more.

Listen to Michael’s previous podcast on creating the life you want.

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Guided Goals Podcast #34: Writing Video Games with Robert Denton Bryant

Robert Denton BryantRobert Denton Bryant joins us on the Guided Goals Podcast, and we’re going to talk about writing video games. Robert has worked in Hollywood in both marketing and production, and in video games as both a publisher and a developer. He is author of Slay the Dragon Writing Great Video Games.
Robert shares why video game writing is worth exploring, ways to get started, online tools, and more.

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Guided Goals Podcast #33: Time Management with Pilar Alessandra

Pilar AlessandraPilar Alessandra joins us on the Guided Goals Podcast, and we’re going to talk about time management. Pilar is director of the writers’ studio “On the Page,” host of the popular On the Page Podcast and author of The Coffee Break Screenwriter, which was released as a 2nd Edition at the beginning of April.
Pilar shares tips for time management, writing exercises, screenwriting advice, and more.

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Guided Goals Podcast #32: Using Social Media for Research with Jennifer Berson

Jen Berson (1)Jennifer Berson joins us on the Guided Goals Podcast, and we’re going to talk about using social media for research. Jen is the President & Founder of Jeneration PR, a Public Relations & Social Media Marketing firm specializing in promoting beauty, baby, and lifestyle brands. Prior to founding Jeneration PR in 2005, Jennifer was a civil litigation attorney in Los Angeles.

Jen shares how she turned her passion project into her career, as well as ways to use social media for different types of research, her thoughts on work-life balance, and more.

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Guided Goals Podcast #22: Writing a Book with Lena Anani

Lena Anani PodcastHave you considered writing a book?

Want to know how to get started?

Need some inspiration?

Lena Anani joins us on the Guided Goals Podcast, and we’re going to talk about writing a book. Lena has been featured on NBC, ABC, CBS, and FOX for her work as the Intuitive Book Coach who works with healers, artists, and coaches and helps them to write, publish, and promote their magic.

Lena talks about “magic” and her writing recommendations, as well as what led her down this path.

Around 2003 Lena started a healing practice and wrote a couple books. When she asked he clients what they wanted to learn next, they asked her to teach them how to write a book. She refers to magic as the laws of attraction and that spiritual connection.

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Guided Goals Podcast #19: Self Publishing with Marci Baun

Marci Baun Self PublishingAre you considering self publishing?

Have you written a book?

Do you want to write a book to showcase your expertise?

Marci Baun joins us on the Guided Goals Podcast, and we’re going to talk about self publishing. A writer, editor and publisher, Marci is the founder and CEO of Wild Child Publishing and Freya’s Bower, and also helps authors self publish.

Marci talks about what you need to know to write, prep and self publish a book.

People choose to self publish for many reasons: you have more control, you can set your price, you can decide on distribution, and mostly so you don’t have to wait many years to get an agent, find a publisher, and get released.

So many people have a lot of information to share, and this is an easy way to get it out there, Marci says.

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