Starve the Doubts
Summary: Jared Easley & friends have "fire-side" conversations that range from faith, life, family, business, personal and professional development. This show typically includes a guest that takes a big swim in "Lake You". We learn from examples of what to do and what not to do.
When I first started the Starve the Doubts podcast... One of my goals was to interview Chris Brogan. I have read his blog, books & listened to his podcast. I was fortunate to interview Chris on episode 12 of Starve the Doubts. Chris was kind enough to share that interview with his newsletter. I will never forget that. I had many great guests on the show in the beginning, but almost none of those amazing & generous people shared the podcast. Chris was different. He treated me differently. I have never forgotten that. I was fortunate to spend some time with Chris at New Media Expo in January of 2014. Dan Franks, Gary Leland, Mitch Todd & I later asked Chris to be our opening keynote speaker for Podcast Movement later that year. Chris did an outstanding job. Chris interviewed me for his podcast this last week. This is a Starve the Doubts moment for me. It may not seem like a big deal, but it is to me. It is incredible to see the opportunities that have opened up since starting this podcast. It is encouraging to see someone as influential as Chris Brogan treat others with kindness, respect & appreciation. I hope that you will enjoy this episode. It was a tremendous honor to get this opportunity. Please consider checking out Chris' podcast if for some reason you do not listen to it already. Note: The original episode file is found here: http://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/id/3382907
Chris Brogan interviews Jared Easley on the Owners Mind Podcast
Jared and Kimanzi interview Erin Chase, who is the $5 dinner mom. She cooks, she blogs, she authors cookbooks and she cooks on TV. Also, she collaborates, consults, connects and speaks. Connect with at http://www.5dollardinners.com/. What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Dave Matthews (On the lawn) In this episode you’ll learn How to build your online business Why Kimanzi is a stalker Jared’s interesting past How Erin built $5 dinners How to use coupons to save big bucks on groceries How to get toothpaste for free How Erin has published three books Challenges Erin faced building her business How to beat roadblocks Things mentioned Five-dollar dinners http://www.5dollardinners.com/ Digital CoLab http://www.digitalcolab.com/ Jared’s guitar playing Coupons Extreme Couponing Major media Erin has appeared on, including Rachel Ray and the Today Show Learning how to focus Who is doing something that interests you? Doing a TV show The best place to connect with Erin http://www.5dollardinners.com/ https://www.facebook.com/5dollardinnersfans Final thoughts for the listeners Just go for it. You never know if it’s going to work out, so go for it. Use your passion and drive to make what you do a success.
$5 Dollar Dinners with Erin Chase
Vanessa Van Edwards is a Huffington Post columnist and her groundbreaking work has been featured on NPR, the Wall Street Journal, the Today Show and USA Today. She has written for CNN, Fast Company and Forbes. Her science of people approach has benefited both readers and corporations as Vanessa has consulted for multiple Fortune 500 companies including American Express, Clean and Clear and Symantec. We’re excited to have Amy Robles join us for this interview. Connect with Amy at Woman Enriched:http://womanenriched.com/ Also - did we mention Kimanzi Constable is the official co-host? In this episode you’ll learn: Vanessa’s favorite band (The answer will surprise you). What a “recovering boring person” is. How Kimanzi was stalking Taylor Swift. Great questions to ask in social situations. How weird questions lead to better connections. How you can become more attractive to other people. What gets people excited. How to tell if someone is lying. How to stand out at a conference. The importance of non-verbal communication. Seven micro-expressions that help you read people. How you know if a couple will get divorced. What your Facebook profile should be. Tips for podcasters to communicate better. How adverbs kill your writing. How to build your platform. Things mentioned: Backstreet boys. The Science of People. http://www.scienceofpeople.com/ A great lie-detection technique. The “Peek Technique.” How Fruit Rollups and Twinkies help you stand out. “Easter eggs” on Vanessa’s website. Statement analysis. How to deliver your message. Dr. Paul Eckman and Lie to Me. (The TV Show) http://www.scienceofpeople.com/face/ Dr. John Gotmen’s seven-year marriage study. The question deflection technique. The lowest natural end of your tone. Who’s doing something that interests you? Marie Forleo http://www.marieforleo.com/ Connect with Vanessa Science of People http://www.scienceofpeople.com/ Final thoughts for the listeners: Try things that are a little different, even though they’re scary. Own it! Whatever it is, be different and be you. Go for it.
How to Navigate Betrayal with Gary Leland
The Science of People with Vanessa Van Edwards
Patrice Washington is the #1 Best Selling Author of the new book Real Money Answers for Men - The Ultimate Playbook for Financial Success.. Patrice is the money maven on the Steve Harvey Morning Show. She is also a spokesperson for MyFreeTaxes.com. Patrice is also a mom & a wife. Patrice recently released her new book - Real Money Answers for Men! Special thank you to Vernon Ross from http://vernonross.com for being a guest co-host for this episode. Mahalo to Kimanzi Constable from http://kimanziconstable.com for joining the conversation as always!
Real Money Answers for Men with Patrice Washington
Matt Stone, author of more than 15 books, his best a #1 Amazon bestseller in its category for 17 straight months and counting. He’s written, sold, produced, and published my books in every conceivable form: websites, paperbacks, book bundles, Clickbank, his own affiliates, audiobooks, foreign markets (translations), and sold books at just about every retailer on earth. He’s even sold a few books at Google Play. Kimanzi Constable joined the conversation as our official co-host from Maui. In this episode you learn How to market a book The power of an email list An alternative to blogging How to use Amazon KDP Select How do you Amazon to build your email list How to make money selling books Whether or not to traditionally publish Book promotions The power of self-publishing Advice for aspiring authors What an author faces today Why Matt walked away from $150,000 How podcasters can sell books Things mentioned in this episode Buck Books KDP Select How to make money blogging Ways to monetize online The power of networking Connect with Matt (a.k.a. Buck Flogging) http://www.amazon.com/Matt-Stone/e/B001KIM1IA http://archangelink.com/who-we-are/ http://buckbooks.net/ Final thoughts Something involving the ladies… Matt said he gave you what you needed in the episode!
Lee Cockerell is the former Executive Vice President of Operations at Walt Disney World. Since retiring from Disney, Lee has become an author, consultant, public speaker, and teacher. He recently released the book Time Management Magic. Jody Maberry from the Park Leaders podcast joined this episode as guest co-host. Kimanzi Constable from KimanziConstable.com was gracious enough to join the conversation as well.
Buck Books with Matt Stone
Time Management Magic with Lee Cockerell
Kim Trumbo is a Spouse, Parent, Friend, & Podcast Host. She highlights heroes (primarily from NonProfits & Charities) who live to give on the Generosity Philosophy podcast! Her mission is to inspire & share share positive stuff! You can learn more about Kim by checking out generosityphilosophy.com. Kimanzi Constable may or may not have talked about Taylor Swift in this episode :) Kim has an amazing Kickstarter campaign going on right now! Please consider helping Kim to produce her children's book about generosity! You can check that out here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1401602378/george-the-generous-giraffe-kids-book-about-genero
Generosity Philosphy with Kim Trumbo