What’s In This Episode:
Christmas is over, but Jill’s not giving up on making eggnog a year-round thing. What are the things they loved most from the holiday? Jill’s still basking in the hugs from her daughters (and eggnog), while Brad’s happy about the slippers he received.
“If you spend all your time on your personal brand, then the business can never really move away from you.” – Brad
Eric Paul Olson, chief marketing officer for Clever Stilettos, an online magazine for women entrepreneurs, calls in to discuss his dilemma. He can’t figure out what he wants to devote time to — his personal brand or the Clever Stilettos brand. He has a team of eight people to help him run Clever Stilettos, but he runs a podcast to go along with the magazine. Furthermore, Eric’s also an actor on Chicago Fire and Chicago Med, so Brad and Jill suggest that maybe he should hire someone to help him with Clever Stilettos while he focuses on acting. Jill says that hosting a podcast is great, but he needs to hand it off to the team once he’s done lending his time to it. His team can promote on all sides – both the Eric Olson brand AND the Clever Stiletto brand. Brad says that some fans of Eric Olson, the actor, will be interested in the fact that he ALSO has a digital marketing interest. Basically, it comes down to knowing who your audience is and distributing content accordingly.
“I want to pay more attention to my space next year. I used to care less about clutter, but I need more space now.” – Jill
Jill and Brad then discuss the top 5 non-money-driven goals for next year:
- Try to be more present. No technology (phone, laptop – put it away!) – spend some more time with your family instead.
- Taking more time off.
- Make your workspace work better for you.
- SAY NO! Get out of the habit of saying yes to everything.
- And the number one thing? It’s a tough one, but anyone can join in…
Want to know what it is? Listen in!»
- Eric Paul Olson is the chief marketing officer of Clever Stilettos, a women’s entrepreneurial magazine. He splits his time between podcasting and acting. You can find him on Twitter.
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