The Digital World isn't meant to cause such overwhelm.
This week on the Digitally Overwhelmed podcast I got to interview author and popular keynote speaker, Mike Michalowicz. I had so much fun interviewing Mike because he has so much wisdom to share about running your small business finance (among other things).
I can’t believe we are already on Season 4 of the podcast! It’s been an interesting ride creating a podcast and I’ve decided to really focus my podcast on my specialties, which are Search Engine Optimization (or SEO as it’s known) and Google Analytics services.
I'm starting a new monthly series with my friend Liz Lockwood of the Sensitive Soulpreneur.
Liz has been on the podcast before and I just love all the support and resources she gives to people who consider themselves sensitive and get overwhelmed online.
This week's interview was extra special and completely spur of the moment. Call it providence or coincidence, but I met Sasha Cagen a couple months ago at my Women in Business BA meetup. After that, I went to one of the Tango Goddess Workshops and immediately connected with all her work!
I've been digesting all that happened for me at the Yellow Conference 2017 this year and I finally decided to record a special solo episode to not only talk about my magical experience but also some tips if you aren't sure exactly how to make the most of any sort of networking or conference event.
Alvaro and I are back for Season 2 of the So Called Tech News (and psst - we are going to be renaming these episodes so stay tuned). We get into some interesting stories including Google's internal diversity scandal, how Netflix is not using their data in the smartest way, and a new tool that makes it easier to stream your own audio (including podcasting!)
Aaannd we're back! Season 2! Ahh! It felt great to take a break from the podcast but I'll be honest - I missed it a bit. In the past months, I've been thinking a lot about how I want this podcast to help creative women with their online businesses and I kept coming back to the emotional and mindset skills we must have to really cut through all the content we get exposed to online.
This is the last episode of Season 1! It was such a treat for me since Dani has been walking me through the process of being truer to my brand messaging by embracing my emotions.
I can't believe this is our last tech news episode of Season 1! I feel that only yesterday I was asking Alvaro to co-host this episode with me and we've come such a long way.
This is an upside interview! I asked Nat from Website Superhero to ask me about what struggles and questions Web Developers have when they consider using Google Analytics with their clients.
I feel so fortunate to have gotten to talk to Abbey Ashely of the Virtually Savvy community! During this episode we have a real conversation about what it is like the weather the different seasons of an online business: the scrapping of ideas, trusting the process, redefining productivity, and how to work with failure.
I always have so much fun talking to Juci! The reason I wanted to get her to talk about her experience with Google Analytics is it is so different when you have a real client situation where you are using data to tell them a story about their website.
The last episode of every month is reserved for the So Called Tech News episode, which I host with Alvaro Pujals. It is tech news for the busy creative who doesn't have time to read about what is going on in the larger tech world and wants to stay up to date!
I met Maring through Tiffany Han's 100 Rejection Letters program and really was inspired by her Creative Sparks challenge.
During this interview we talk about what it means to discover your creative voice (and that it isn't always comfortable!).
Ah!! This episode was so much fun!
I interviewed Megan Dowd, Pilates Instructor extraordinaire and her energy was so contagious! We not only talk about the importance of moving your body but also how we all deserve self-care and that it doesn't need to be super complex (it can actually be fun!).
A couple month's ago, Matthew asked me to be on his podcast over at Enthead and it was really great getting into analytics. Now, we are going through all the learnings from his virtual summit which is useful for anyone who is thinking of putting together a summit of their own.
This episode was really nice because I got to talk Joy about her brand Marmee. Marmee is about inspiring moms and bringing together a community, which I love! I feel more and more, we are needing more 1-on-1 relationship to support mompreneurs in a physical space and Marmee is doing this.
On the first Monday of every month I will be inviting Juci to take part in a more hands-on tech episode. The idea is to make this actionable and helpful for those of you starting a business and need support with tech.