They say it's not what you know, it's who you know, and it's true that a network is one of your most important assets. A network is not something you're born with. It's something you build. Every week, Michael Whitehouse, the author of The Guy Who Knows A Guy, and established connector in Southeast Connecticut will interview experts and entrepreneurs from Southeast Connecticut to share their expertise and experience with you.
He'll also answer your questions directly on topics of networking, sales, marketing, entrepreneurship and more. Email in your questions in text or audio format.
As part of a new series, Michael Whitehouse reads his book The Guy Who Knows A Guy. In this first chapter, he tells the story of coming to the shoreline and starting his networking adventure. The book reading is followed by commentary on the chapter.
More about Michael Whitehouse at www.guywhoknowsaguy.com.
In this episode our interview slot is actually my guest appearance on the podcast Behind the Studs, the fun podcast for everything home improvement.
This interview also appeared on their podcast at https://www.behindthestuds.com/home-improvement-podcast-episodes/guest-michael-whitehouse
Bridget K Brown of StoryMatters, LLC, helps businesses to tell their story, both to the market and to their own teams.
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Produced by Four Unicorns Design
Michelle Jacobik is an expert at helping business owners demystify money through budgeting, goal setting, and planning to take control of their business. Learn more about her at https://michellejacobik.com/
Recommendation: Business Wars from Wondery
Produced by Four Unicorns Design
This episode contains a great interview with Molly Bruno, local Realtor and entrepreneur. Her knowledge of marketing combined with her business sense and expertise in real estate investment makes her an excellent resource for anyone looking to move in the real estate space.
Recommendations: Durand on Demand
Question of the week: Where do you want to see your self or your business in 5 years?
This episode has a great interview with Laurie McElwee talking about the amazing work that the ECTC does in helping people get back on their feet by helping them get where they need to go. So many of us take transportation for granted, but for some, it can be the difference between thriving and failing.
Recommendation of the week: Time Warrior by Steve Chandler
Question of the week: What is it that you do that offers the greatest good to the world?
A great interview with Melissa Miko of Niantic Tax and Accounting which is about to rebrand to the fantastic new name of Delightful Tax. www.delightfultax.com
Recommendation: Sales Babble Podcast with Pat Helmers
This week's question of the week: Who is the most influential person you have ever had the privilege of connecting with?
Send your answer in text or audio to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our interview this week is with Rachel Dash-Dougherty, The Grounded Therapist. In it, we talk about mental health, self care, and keeping the most important piece of equipment in your business, the owner, functioning properly.
We also talk about Etsy's latest debacle and the importance of recognizing the risk inherent in making your business dependent on any particular platform.
An interview with communications and writing expert Lisa Saunders. Lisa is the content coordinator for Groton-Mystic Neighbors. She also helps businesses get publicity and exposure in media. One of her unique talents is teach entrepreneurs how to write their book. She encourages every entrepreneur to write at least a short book sharing their knowledge. The Guy Who Knows A Guy is the result of her suggestions, so indirectly this podcast is as well. In addition to all this, Lisa is a speaker at the Southeast Connecticut Business Conference, Thursday April 25th, 2019 at Enders Island in Mystic, CT. Recommendations: Make Me Smart Podcast Marketplace Podcasts Other Notes: Dan Carlin's Hardcore History Question of the week: If you never had to worry about money, what would you do? For more information on your host Michael Whitehouse, The Guy Who Knows A Guy, visit www.guywhoknowsaguy.com. This podcast produced by Patrick Howard of Four Unicorns Design.
An interview with digital content marketing specialist Karen Etchells of Innovast Digital Marketing.
Tickets still available for the Southeast Connecticut Business Conference. April 25th, 2019 at Enders Island in Mystic, CT.
Welcome to the introductory episode of The Guy Who Knows A Guy Podcast, wherein we learn what the podcast is all about, and have a mini interview with Patrick Howard.
More information on Michael Whitehouse at www.guywhoknowsaguy.com
Production, music, and design by Four Unicorns Design and Patrick Howard.
Podcasts we mention:
More Than Just Bacon
Behind the Studs
Email Michael at email@example.com
March 3, 2019
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