Digital Connections brings in expert advice to connect you with the services and resources to build a successful business, and ultimately to create the life of your dreams. The show is for entrepreneurs, business owners, and anyone interested in running a side hustle to their current career. One episode at a time, your host, Nancee Johnson, will help you build a successful business through amazing digital connections.
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Do you know the feeling? “Maybe I’m not as capable as people seem to think I am.” “When is the hammer going to fall. I’m sure they know that I’m not the real deal.” For some it can be an almost paralyzing fear, although most people wouldn’t even guess it about the people that are experience it. It is Imposter Syndrome,Listen to Podcast >
Do you have an advisory board for your small business? Do you know the quickest way to build one? Mentoring is a wonderful way to find those people that can help you build a successful business, providing guidance, learning, and direction.
Upnotch is a mentorship app for executives, entrepreneurs and rising stars. With the rich data algorithms that Upnotch uses to attract top-notch mentors,Listen to Podcast >
Your company is growing. Are your people? Do you worry that your key leaders may leave and join the great resignation? In this episode of Digital Connections your host Nancee Johnson speaks with David McGlennen, president of Impact Leadership Consulting. It is possible to play the infinite game of business while designing a culture that strengthens your people and improves the health of your organization.Listen to Podcast >
The time constraints of building a successful business cannot be denied, but no matter the amount of time it takes, life outside of the business goes on! Most of us own businesses to improve our own lives and the lives of our families. Many times, though, our intimate relationships inadvertently pay the price. We may know the price of our relationships,Listen to Podcast >
Doubt, anxiety, fear. Unfortunately, all too common among entrepreneurs and business owners. But with this negativity bias we are shut off from finding great solutions for our businesses and our clients. What if there was a way to strengthen the positive neural connections. Would this improve your business?
Join your host, Nancee Johnson, in a conversation with ProAdvisorCoach,Listen to Podcast >
You love your clients. You don’t want to charge them more. But expenses to run your business have changed. Your skill level has gone up. You’re processes and systems have improved over the last year. You know your services are worth more than what you’re charging. The thought of losing clients to raise your rates, though,Listen to Podcast >
Looking for a great place to connect with your potential clients? Are you using LinkedIn? Now, are you using LinkedIn fully? Who should be on LinkedIn? Do you need a company page? How do you use your profile to connect with the right people? Who should you be connecting with? What are the common mistakes that people are making on LinkedIn?Listen to Podcast >
Have you ever done an online challenge? They can be game changers for some people. Helping them gain new skills, or make community connections. They help raise awareness and support for a cause. In sales and marketing, they can help you gain more clients, and then help you retain those clients. In this episode of Digital Connections,Listen to Podcast >
With over 320 chapters throughout the U.S., SCORE is the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals. Since 1964, SCORE has provided education and mentorship, seminars, workshops, and subject matter expertise by industries and professional skills to more than 11 million entrepreneurs.Listen to Podcast >
What is the gig economy and why does it matter to you as a small business owner? In many cases, it’s because small businesses are the gig economy, or because it can be an affordable staffing solution, especially for new business owners.
The basic definition comes down to temporary, and typically flexible jobs that are commonplace positions where a company can hire independent contractors and freelancers instead of full-time employees to fill these positions.Listen to Podcast >