Episode 2: Early Updates, Building Your Personal Brand, a Live Show, and Guest Interviews

This week Craig and Ken talk about early, strategic pivots that are going to move their businesses forward, bringing on guests for interviews and thoughts about building your personal brand online.

Show Topics

Progress updates

  • Podcast update
    • Feedback – If you have feedback on the show format, flow, style, just let us know. We’d love to hear from you.
    • Guests – If you have a guest you would like us to have on the show hit us up on Twitter or email us at [email protected]
  • Craig’s Updates:  book update, PodcastMotor, and Cedarcast
  • Ken’s Updates: HIPAA book, course, and consulting service.  BudgetPath and corporate version
  • Dropvox easy recording app for iOS that adds your recording directly to your Dropbox account.
  • Challenge Update – live show set for the week of March 2nd.  Details coming
  • Mental State vs. Mental Health
  • How to make an AAAC List – Avoid At All Cost


OPP (Other People’s Podcasts)

Podcasts episodes of note (from other shows we listen to).

  • In Episode 4 of Sherry Walling and Rob Walling’s Zen Founder podcast, Sherry brings us a fantastic interview about Bipolar Disorder, Depression, and ADD with Greg Baugues of Twilio.
  • Episode 48 of the Turning This Car Around podcast, entitled “Anal Vacuuming Technique.”
    Trust us, this episode is about kids doing chores, nothing kinky or nsfw.
  • Episode 18 of the Minimum Viable Podcast: Interviewing Daddy Entrepreneurs
    An EXCELLENT interview with 5 working Dad entrepreneurs — Hosts: Phil MacNevin, and Bryan Sattler with Guests: Andy Fogarty, Jonathan Nation, Tim Danyo. They share their experience running a business and a household at the same time.
  • Matt Kremer’s Podcast
  • $100 MBA
  • The Gently Mad


Listener Question of the Week:
When you’re just starting out, should you build your brand on a personal site, or only on your domain authority site?
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