What a special episode! Colorado whiskey, great conversation, and an original song at the end.
Th podcast itself was fantastic, and talked about dealing with the psychology of the blank page, getting out of our own way, and how to create (and complete) things/projects from scratch.
Make sure you stick around until the end...Nick will put goosebumps on your arms and a knot in your throat with his original song "Señorita."
Grant and Karen are living the dream. And they also have their struggles, like all of us.
In this episode, they share their story of how they became an in-demand guitar pedal company. From Grant's days as a touring drummer, to Karen's visual design skills, to the way they use social media and Google Analytics to grow their business.
They also have some cool music stories and mighty challenges that they have overcome in their journey.
This is a very inspirational episode...Grant nor Karen knew anything about how to make guitar pedals when they started...now they have a thriving business!
Brett and his brother just won't give up. When their original idea for a drink had to be shelved because of a prohibitive required volume, they came up with another concept and successfully launched Moontower Matcha.
We talk about matcha tea, the ins and outs of starting a beverage company, how to find distributors, and we also dive into how to connect with social media influencers to promote your brand.
Lots of good tactics in this one!
Casey Carroll is really, really good at facebook ads. And it can be a complicated, overwhelming world.
In this episode, we dissect how to figure out what is important for you to get started with Facebook ads for your small business.
By the end of the episode, you will have a six-step guide that you can follow to tackle this seemingly daunting task.
You are good at learning things...learning this will transform your business!