We’re back! And, we hope, better than ever. In our triumphant return to the mics for the beginning of Season 2 of The Showrunner, we tackle a listener topic idea that we’ve had percolating for a while and discuss the best methods for identifying potential guests for your show.
The Podcast Host, Colin Gray, joins the show as he shares how he’s developed his podcast into a long-standing business based around his personal brand.
Chris and Colin also talk about the CEO mindset, marketing strategies for your podcast, and what he has planned for The Podcast Host in the future.
On this episode of Youpreneur FM, we shine the spotlight once again on the topic of podcasting, specifically on how to build, monetize, and grow your personal brand around one.
The bestselling author of 11 books, including the eighties-defining Bright Lights, Big City, Jay McInerney, took a break to chat with me about his new book, the writing process, and some timeless tips from his mentor, Raymond Carver.
Vanity Fair called Mr. McInerney “Our modern-day Fitzgerald,” and his most recent book — Bright, Precious Days — is described as “… a sexy, vibrant, cross-generational New York story — a literary and commercial triumph of the highest order.”
The author is a renowned short story writer, screenwriter, and actor who has lived in New York for three decades and rubbed elbows with a laundry list of literary lions, including his mentors Tobias Wolff and Raymond Carver.
This week on Rewind, Chris Ducker welcomes creative entrepreneur Srinivas Rao to Youpreneur to chat about the importance of thinking outside of the box and differentiating yourself in your industry.
They also share their tips on setting yourself apart and explore the value of audience participation and feedback when it comes to developing or shifting your brand.
Want to know the best part of my job?
I have the privilege of gathering a community around our StudioPress products. I have the honor of helping people build businesses based on the products we create.
I didn’t set out for the place where I’ve landed. And yet today, I wouldn’t change a thing.
To be honest, I’m still kind of starry-eyed about the whole thing.
After all, it’s the unexpected events that give our lives meaning. And it’s the movements that grow organically that seem to be the most interesting.
The StudioPress community has been one of the most fascinating organically-grown movements I’ve ever been a part of.
And the newest podcast on the Rainmaker FM network, StudioPress FM, is going to celebrate this idea with every episode.
Read on to learn more about it.
We’ve got a special treat for you on Rainmaker Rewind this week: the premiere of StudioPress FM, hosted by StudioPress founder Brian Gardner and Vice President of StudioPress Lauren Mancke.
Each week, they’ll help creative entrepreneurs build and grow powerful digital businesses. In this episode, they dive into the story behind StudioPress and the world of premium WordPress themes.