Indie Law is a law firm for thriving creatives. We provide foundational layers of legal protection as businesses level up. This podcast houses our conversations around business, the law, and positivity. Learn more atwww.indielaw.com
Chris Lema joins the Indie Show!
Chris Lema is the Vice President of Products at Liquid Web, a $100 million dollar hosting company. He's also a public speaker, coach, blogger and storyteller who writes at chrislema.com and leaders.blog.
Emily Kerr-Finell joins the Indie Show!
Emily co-founded and runs Wholesale In a Box, which helps makers, artists, and designers get their work into more brick-and-mortar stores. Previously, she was Founder & CEO of Liga Masiva, a "global farmers' market" of farmers in Latin America. She has also worked at FMCG, a boutique management consulting firm, was a Business Advisor at the SBA’s Small Business Development Center, and at Greenmarket, NYC’s network of farmers’ markets.
Her work has been featured in O: The Oprah Magazine, Forbes, and Entrepreneur Magazine. She has spoken on making and business at The Hudson River Exchange, Starting Bloc, and The Maker’s Summit.
In this episode of the Indie Show series, we’re chatting with Hani Moura.
Hani Mourra is a Dad, Softwareprenuer, and the creator of Repurpose.io a software designed to help content creators automate the distribution of podcasts and live videos across multiple platforms and grow their audience faster.
Discussed in this episode:
1:05 What Hani does
1:52 What Repurpose.io does
7:44 How they will integrate with Libsyn
9:41 WordPress Plugin from Hani
11:40 How he started in his business
13:49 Pro-Tips for using Repurpose.io
18:05 Facebook Live Page - Plugin on Wordpress
Caitlyn Allen is a virtual business sidekick who works with a lot of thriving creative businesses, including the Indie Law team! Caitlyn loves being there to help in any way necessary, like those multi-purpose tools you can use for just about everything! Fun fact about her: when she is not supporting entrepreneurs, she’s usually chasing cacti and scorpions out in the Sonoran desert.
In this episode, we’re going to learn more about Caitlyn’s journey, the importance of having an assistant in your business, and lessons she’s learned along the way.
Discussed in this episode:
01:36 How Caitlyn started her business
05:58 What she recommends for when a business owner is ready to bring in help
09:00 Why you should be documenting steps in your business and delegation
13:35 What she works on with her clients
16:52 How team mistakes mean that a business owner may have not explained properly or communicated well enough
20:59 What to have ready to start a team
In this episode of the Indie Show series, we chatted with Ari & Peter Krzyzek.
Co-founder, creative director and chief designer of Chykalophia, Ari Krzyzek implements powerful branding strategies to provide distinctive designs for maximum impact via web, mobile and/or print. Additionally, she founded and hosts Creative Women’s Co., serving as design consultant, mentor and professional peer in support of fellow female entrepreneurs.
Ingenious, aspiring and innovative online entrepreneurs, meet your expert enabler: Peter Krzyzek is a master programmer and Internet marketer who offers the know-how needed to launch your business venture or take it to the next level. Applying the latest in online marketing, website development, conversion funnels and user experience, he’ll propel your enterprise to towering success.
In this episode of the Indie Show series, we chatted with Arianne Foulks.
Arianne Foulks is captain and founder of Aeolidia, a web and graphic design studio that has been working with creative, design-oriented shops since 2004. Aeolidia serves those at early stages on their path with an informative blog and supportive community, and meets established businesses at that tipping point where strategic design can be transformative and cause exponential growth.
Discussed in this episode:
01:24 The backstory of Arianne Foulks and Aeolidia
07:48 Being good at what you do vs. being good at business
14:56 How much more people know about design
15:21 What services Aeolidia offers + who she started hiring out to
18:52 What businesses are best to work with Aeolidia
24:25 What should business owners do to level-up
27:45 Knowing who your product is for and what makes it special
30:33 Her Ecommerce Strategy Newsletter: https://aeolidia.com/shipshape
34:01 The sunk cost fallacy
42:56 Apps she uses
In this episode of the Indie Show series, we chatted with Kellie Daab. With over 300 events under her belt, Kellie has worn the heels and carried the bus tubs! After 12 years of owning her own boutique wedding planning and consulting firm, working high end hospitality, and producing events for a multi-million dollar catering company, Kellie lives and breathes the event and wedding industry. Today, Kellie provides business architecture specially for event and wedding professionals in her business, called the iDo Collective. Kellie's speaking style has been described as a "smack down delivered with a bouquet of flowers."
In this first episode of Indie Express, attorney Mitch Jackson gives his top tips on how to grab and keep the attention of others. The Indie Express is a series of short, value-packed interviews for creative business owners. Hosted by Indie Law's Joey Vitale, this episode of the Indie Express is with Streaming Lawyer Mitch Jackson. Mitch shares his top tips for grabbing other's time and attention and why these skills are so important.
In this episode of the Indie Show series, we chatted with John Marcoux
Founder of 105F, John has been teaching hot yoga & meditation (almost) daily since 2001. An attorney, author and public speaker, too, John has spent the last couple of years lecturing to law firms about identifying and escaping cognitive traps that demoralize and sicken the adversarial mind.