Build a Better Business Podcast

14 – New Format Announcement

3 Key Points:

  1. Just start, “the journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.”
  2. Admit when you have made mistakes and pivot when necessary.
  3. Follow your instincts and passion and serve your ideal client in the best way you know how.

Show Notes:

The Uplifting or Unexpected Story

[1:48] Jamie explains the unexpected format change to this podcast. Jamie then explains why he started the podcast and what he hopes to accomplish which primarily includes helping self-employed people reach their goals.

Interesting Interview with a Great Entrepreneur

[9:00] Jamie explains the motivation behind interviewing entrepreneurs, what kind of entrepreneurs he wants to interview, and the outcomes he hopes to accomplish with the listeners of this podcast.

How to Make More Money

[18:07] Jamie describes the make more money segment and how it will help self-employed people to improve sales, marketing, and finances.

Family First

[19:38] Jamie explains why this segment is close to his heart and how it will help self-employed people to be truly successful.


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Trackstar Web Design

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Process Street

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