Podcast Episodes - Page 4 of 18 - Screw The Commute

139 – We pull the curtain back on “Screw the Commute”: Tom talks Behind the Scenes

Quality podcasting “behind the scenes”. Larry Guerrera is here and he's the guy behind now about 140 episodes of Screw the Commute. And in the beginning, it was kind of a learning process of how this all worked to get our show notes to show up properly and make connections with all the major podcast directories. And also next week on episode 142 I'll be doing the companion episode on what goes on in front of the scenes before I ever turnover the final MP3 file to Larry.

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138 – From the Bronx to the Boardroom: Tom interviews Simma Lieberman

Simma Lieberman creates inclusive cultures where people love to do their best work and customers love to do business. She's a consultant, speaker, and author, and Simma produces and hosts the podcast Everyday Conversation on Race for Everyday People at www.raceconvo.com.

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137 – She’s passionate about WHAT?: Tom interviews Bobbi Olson

Bobbi Olson became a Budget Coach thanks to a phobia of driving. So dealing with the Orange County Metro Traffic, that's in California, required the perfect distraction which led to an education on budgeting through books on tape. Now I'm gonna figure this out. That she was afraid of driving so she always rode or she was driving and learning budgeting at the same time. I don't know. We'll find out, but it really changed her life creating a passion for budgeting.

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136 – Tom’s favorite software for 20 years: Tom talks Screen Capture Video

Screen capture video is something that I’m pretty sure you’ll want to embrace after you see all the cool stuff it will do for your business. And the very last segment is how I make really big money with it. Most people understand a basic screen capture. That’s where you pretty much take a picture of what’s displayed on your screen. You can even do it on cell phones by pressing a certain button combination. That’s not what I’m talking about here. It’s similar, but definitely not the same.

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135 – International Intrigue: Tom interviews Gene Ehmann

Gene Ehmann worked in law enforcement for 17 years which included many years as a special agent with the FBI. Now in the private sector, he's provided investigation executive protection and security for individuals and international corporations both domestically and internationally in Asia the Middle East and Latin America. He specializes in providing vetted connections for businesses in Latin America. And he's an expert in travel security and a certified firearms and personal defense tactics instructor.

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134 – Faith based business is her specialty: Tom interviews Maryann Ehmann

Maryann Ehmann is a former prosecuting attorney, financial adviser and ministry leader. Maryann combines her diverse expertise and life experience to bring you magnificent love coaching. She was recently invited into the Forbes Coaches Council and Maryann is passionate about helping spiritually inclined business owners bust through their limiting patterns, so they can fulfill their dreams and soar in their calling.

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133 – Paid traffic is the way to go: Tom talks Ad Tracking & Split Testing

This is how people get rich. If you put 10 ads out on the Internet and only one of those was bringing in paying customers, wouldn’t you want to know which ad that was? Well, today’s episode, about ad tracking and split testing, is going to teach you how to get those exact answers so you can maximize the sales from everything you do and minimize the losses from ads and promotions that aren’t working.

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132 – Protocol is her game: Tom interviews Jacqueline Whitmore

Jacqueline Whitmore is an international etiquette expert, a certified speaking professional, and the founder of the Protocol School of Palm Beach. She's also the author of Poised for Success mastering the four qualities that distinguished outstanding professionals, and Business Class Etiquette Essentials for Success at Work. Jacqueline's etiquette advice is sought by radio and television shows around the world including 20/20, CNN, Fox News, National Public Radio, and CNBC.

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SYE2 – From Bible College to Boardroom: Tom interviews Ashley Monk

Ashley Monk is an up and coming entrepreneur in the Indianapolis area that's been in the marketing game for roughly two years. But in four months, she's laid the foundation to begin establishing her own digital marketing agency and with a background in ministry. She's an example of how grit, discipline, and ambition trump formal education as she paves a new way for herself and others. She's also enrolled in our school and we're really glad to have her.

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131 – She knows how to manage time: Tom interviews Robyn Pearce

Even though solopreneurs and work from home folks have freedoms our office bound friends envy, many of them still say they struggle with time. And our guest today, Robyn Pearce, works with clients around the world helping them win their time battles. And she's got a bunch of practical time tips to help us find more time to enjoy our screw the commute lifestyle.

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