Rene Adams

My interview with Rene Adams

I got to talk about how hard it was to find a mentor, what its like to

feel burn out, where it comes from and how to fix it.

What business crowdfunding is, what it could mean for your business

and why people are missing out on this $289 billion dollar industry!

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Business Crowdfunding at CSU San Bernardino

 

I love teaching about crowdfunding. I love sharing the different uses and what’s going on around the world in terms of new financial applications of crowdfunding. In America, we have a very narrow view of it. It seems like the outlook is GO- FUND ME- a tragedy happened- help someone- type of situation. I teach about business and raising money for a legitimate charity.

I don’t teach the classes on how to pay your rent, go on vacation, or get a car with crowdfunding. My focus is to open the eye of entrepreneurs on how to use crowdfunding and understanding what alternative funding has to offer. The class with CNAM is excellent because it has international students. This year the students from FRANCE were vigilant and interested in how to use it for their business ventures. They were very clear about what they wanted to do in the future, and their minds were taking every piece of information and relating it to their business goals. I had a lot of fun. I got to share my three favorite campaigns. A Pug Named Fender, I Used to Be You and Final Straw.

If you need help with alternative funding and would like to work with me on getting it set up visit  www.getcrowdfundednow.com to learn about my consulting program

If you just want a one hour Question and Answer Session you can book some time with her using this link https://wrightplacetv.as.me/?appointmentType=9459208

 

 

Should You Start Your Own Podcast?

Should You Start Your Own Podcast?

It seems like everyone has a podcast. It seems like everyone advises you to start your own podcast. It also appears that it’s super easy to start a podcast, and everyone has a course on how to be successful in your podcast. In 2018 578,165 podcasts were launched on Itunes alone. Not all of them were groundbreaking, great, or even interesting.

When you start your podcast, you have to know your own personal why. If you are a solo entrepreneur and you want to get your message heard, being on a podcast is a wonderful opportunity. Starting your podcast may not be the best way to do it. Being on OTHER PEOPLE’S PODCAST CAN BE THE BEST WAY TO DO IT.

 

Why Be a Guest On Other People’s Podcast

Here are three reasons why:
1) Other people’s podcasts already have an audience; you are starting from scratch. Your first podcast may have a tiny audience, while you as a guest on another podcast could be heard by 10,000 your very first time.
2) The work involved to be a guest is much less than what it takes to prepare your first podcast. Even if you are delegating the job to someone else, the process of setting it up to be transferred is more work than media prepping for an interview.
3) For Solo Entrepreneurs with limited time, it’s a great choice because you don’t have the extra staff to do a lot of the things that need to be done when you have your podcast. And you may not have the massive budget needed to hire good people to handle your podcast for you.

Being a guest on other podcasts do take setting up a system and being media trained for the experience. But when you put those two things together, in a short time, you become the known as the expert in your field, and that’s all you need to become the go-to person for the clients you want.

I’ll be sharing some great podcast that take guests with those on my Wright Place TV Show list! 

Want to get on the list to find out the new Be the Best Podcast Guest Workshop? Click Here! 






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