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At Earfluence, we are proud to produce this podcast. We believe in sharing amazing stories, providing knowledge to the world, and celebrating diverse voices. Through podcasting, our clients are amplifying their expertise, expanding their networks, building a content engine, and growing their influence. If you're interested in podcasting, we'd love to hear from you! Schedule your free 15 minute podcast consult today.

Building yourself up, with Dorie Clark

For as long as she can remember, Dorie Clark has wanted to write her own book, so she wrote five: The Long Game, Entrepreneurial You, Reinventing You, Stand Out and Stand Out Networking. Recognized as one of the top 50 business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50 and the #1 Communication Coach in the world…

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Managing Apartment Turnover: From launch to $10M Series A, with Rent Ready’s Jonathan Kite

Entrepreneurs are always looking for the next big idea, something that doesn’t exist yet.  The next Facebook. The next Uber. The next Netflix.  But the reality is that the next million dollar idea is a company that simply solves a problem that exists in the world.  And for Rent Ready CEO Jonathan Kite, he saw…

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149: Wedding Pros – Do You Have a Market Niche?

When a couple finds your website or your social media presence, do they know right away why you’re unique?  Do they know what makes you special and different from all of the other vendors they’re looking at?  Or are you swimming in a sea of sameness? The same colors, the same vibe, the same general…

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Ally Up: Di Ciruolo’s Guide to Building More Inclusive, Innovative, and Productive Teams

Having grown up in foster care, Di Ciruolo knows what it’s like to feel left out. And she’s made it her life’s mission to foster inclusivity in the workplace. With her new book, Ally Up: The Definitive Guide to Building More Inclusive, Innovative, and Productive Teams, Di is hoping that people will get off the…

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Helping others shine, with Karyl Eckerle

Karyl Eckerle has a passion for helping others build their personal brands—and hers is strong. She’s a sought-after corporate speaker and consultant that helps women discover makes them unique while empowering, educating and encouraging them. In this episode, hear her share how to become a powerhouse combination of professional image and personal brand. Let’s be…

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Asking for help from your community, and learning through failure: Conversations with Sisters

On today’s Conversations with Sisters, Courtney and Dana talk about learning through their failures, why it’s so hard (but necessary) to ask for help from your community, and the challenges of giving your kids more than you had growing up. If you haven’t listened to the conversation A Good Day’s Jordan Kentris it’s the episode…

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Oh, the places you’ll go…with podcasting! With Too Much Scrolling’s Chip Hessenflow

We often say that podcasting is the new golf: instead of building new relationships on the green, we’re doing it in the studio. Too Much Scrolling‘s Chip Hessenflow is no exception. After nearly 10 years of podcasting, he’s had conversations with some very interesting people. In this episode, he shares with Jason and Cee Cee…

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148: 3 Sales Tips to Book More Weddings

In this solo episode, Megan Gillikin gives 3 actionable sales tips for incoming inquiries that you can try right now.  The wedding industry is currently in the midst of a wedding boom, and it’s time for you to start turning more inquiries into paying clients. Sales Tips for Wedding Planners This episode is also brought…

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Discovering Your Purpose with Charlene Wheeless

Charlene Wheeless is a recovering c-suite executive who is unapologetically authentic. When she started immersing herself in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) conversations, she heard so many excuses for why corporations were failing at DEI, including the “we have a pipeline issue” rationale.  That wasn’t going to fly with Charlene. Charlene on Linkedin Charlene’s book,…

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Selling the experience, with Julia Andrews

Julia Andrews started her sales career selling knives door to door, and she quickly learned that people don’t buy products or services—they buy experiences. Those experiences helped her grow, and she’s now the leader of the National Association of Women Sales Professionals in the Pacific Northwest. In this episode, hear more of the lessons she…

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