She is the founder and brains of Marketing Moxie, a company that is all about ditching the cookie cutter approach to copywriting, content and communications.
Unfortunately, like many things in life, I don’t always do as I say — but I am striving to change this. During today’s conversation I learned many things, but more importantly I learned something that has changed my way of thinking about business and life.
If you want to get good at anyting, then do that thing over and over and over again and eventually you will master it.
I not only saw today’s guest speak, but I talked to him a lot about my then soon to be released product VelocityPage. His insights were invaluable to me and I am so glad he agreed to join me today to share his knowledge of business, because he knows his stuff.
The idea of creating art as a business, rather than just for arts sake, is an idea that I have always been intrigued with. I have often wondered why more artists don’t choose to take that route in order to turn their art into a business.
This realization is one of the things that I wish I would’ve learned earlier on in my business journey and the conversation I had with today’s guest would have helped me immensely.
This is something that has always baffled me — I come from a place where if you don’t have customers and revenue, you don’t have a business.
Today’s guest founded and runs not just two startups but 2 startups based on sales and helping you close and earn more revenue.
We see headlines filling our Twitter timelines daily with another startup being bought for some insane amount of money and we wonder how we would feel if it happened to us.