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Episode 14: Be Intentional - Interview With Andy Kerr

Have you ever looked back over the past 10 or 20 years of your life and discovered that each job, even that seemingly meaningless one, has given you experiences that has lead you to the place you are today?

I’d like to introduce you to Andy Kerr of Andy Kerr Coaching.You’ll hear the story of how each of his past jobs has lead him, step by step, to where he is today: as a life and leadership coach.

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Episode 12: How To Make A Personal And Unique Business - Interview With Milli Griswold

One final takeaway from this episode: take a look at how your new business endeavor is affecting those around you. At the end of the show, Dave (Jessica's husband) and Sean (Milli's husband) talk candidly about their support in helping their wives' budding businesses. It isn't easy, and open communication and honest feedback are key.

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Episode 7: Live In A Way That Is Most You - Interview With Glenn Lavender

Glenn has actually started two businesses recently, in two completely different directions. With his talent for music, he was able to come off the road after a brief stint on staff at a local church, and offer to teach music to many in his community. Obviously not a huge reach for him as he has the talent to do that. Coupled with his notoriety from the band, marketing himself as a viable teacher was a pretty simple task. You can find Glenn, the music teacher, at Williamsburg School of Music.

His second business, Silver Hand Meadery, takes on a different marketing approach. 

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Episode 2: What Can Make Or Break Your Business: Pricing

If you've never been involved in the process where you have to put a price on something, the process can handcuff some, whereas for others, they approach it with ambivalence.

If you've never done it before we'd love to help you. There are tools and techniques you can use and there is also a degree of research that must be taken into consideration if you want to get it as close to "the best price",  as possible.

So what are the tools?

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