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Karlosophies - Stories Behind Success

It's so easy to fall into comparisonitis as an entrepreneur… and in Karly's life long journey through entrepreneurship she has come to understand that, regardless of your level of success, fame or fortune, we all suffer from the same stories of fear, struggle and failure at times. The aim of this podcast is to eliminate the separation between ourselves and success. To know that it's possible and a reality for all of us. And to lower the guru guard and see what really lies underneath. Guests range from newbies (those who have launched their first ever event, product or service) to seasoned professionals who have done it all and seemingly have it all. It's chock a block full of inspiring stories, business tips and takeaways to implement into your life for positive change.
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May 31, 2017

Jo Murphy is Karly's right hand woman at the Radcasters Podcasting School and the Karlosophies podcast, a former academic, and a digital jack (a digital Jo?) of all trades with a special interest in social media and copywriting.

She likes vegan food, caffeine, politics, New York, bad horror films, and asking Google for life advice. She dislikes the tiny "occupation" box on outgoing passenger cards.

You can connect with Jo in Karly's Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/karlynimmo/

Or you can shoot her an email at jo@radcasters.com

May 24, 2017

Karly comes in from beautiful Northern New South Wales, Australia with another free flow convo - real and raw talk about life and business.

May 16, 2017
Rebekah Allan writes. She creates. She blogs. She sells Daily. 
 
With businesses under her belt (including some epic fails), she now has an online business and blog that fully supports her + hottie boyfriend + a mortgage. Working less than 30 hours per week. And no crazy 'launching' 'cause that makes her want to vomit in her mouth a little bit.
 
Some stats and facts direct from Rebekah:
 
  • I make over $6 000 per month from a blog (consistently, *say whattt*!)
  • I have worked in a business for over 15 years (started when I was 13) and am a qualified baker & pastry cook. (Kinda proud of the fact I finished the Qualification in 2.5 years.)
  • Serial entrepreneur previously having a cleaning business, home day care business and cooking business – At 30 yo with no money, no job and no home, I started a cake business.
  • 9 months later, I had franchised my business model and had 1st franchisee.  Yep, super doper crazy. Within 2 years had sold 12 franchises.
  • My cakes turned into a franchise, the franchise turned into a blog, the blog turned into a business that pays me a full time income.
  • Got to really know my strengths – a teacher.  I found my naturally rocking teaching skills in the business of blogging.
  • I create, capture and convert like crazy.
  • Through years of testing & tweaking and many failures, share what is working for me.
  • I call myself a creating & selling machine!

To connect with Rebekah, visit http://rebekahallan.com/

 
May 10, 2017

In this episode, Karly comes in from Northern New South Wales, Australia to talk about life and business.

You can check out Karly's community, Show Up Speak Up here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/karlynimmo/

May 2, 2017

A podcaster since 2006, Elsie was one of the first female indie podcasters using audio to teach yoga. Elsie’s Yoga Class has now been downloaded over 4 million times!

Her obsession for podcasting got her a job working with Libsyn, the leading podcast host and distribution network created in 2004.

She's been there since 2007 and has had the pleasure of working with hundreds of podcasters, sharing tools for better production, educating them in the fast moving podcasting space, as well as cultivating a strongly engaged community through The Feed: The Official Libsyn podcast which she both co-hosts and produces. The Feed’s sole focus is keeping people podcasting.

She also co-runs the largest community for women in podcasting with a corresponding podcast (of course) called She Podcasts.

Their sole mission is to empower women to continue to share their voices while creating a safe community of podcasting education and support.

In short: she's a die-hard podcast junkie who lives, breathes and works the medium, and has since 2006. 

She has pulsed with the space and grown from someone that had NO IDEA what a digital recorder was or how to record anything to someone that currently offers advice to thousands of people a month. 

She knows the heart and soul of podcasters and podcasting well beyond iTunes and public media. She has the unique perspective and expertise of a podcast listener, independent podcast producer, and podcasting industry analyst/personality.

You can connect with Elsie here: http://elsieescobar.com

And check out the She Podcasts community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/shepodcasts/

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