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The Work from Home Podcast

The Work from Home Podcast

By Mr. Tolu Balogun
Learn how to run a successful business from your home either as a freelancer, entrepreneur, or a staff at a business irrespective of the size.

I am certain you can get stuff done from home and I and my guests will provide various perspectives for you to relate with.
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Ep 96 - How to Market Your Business Inexpensively with Brian Winch

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Ep 100 - How to Make Plans for the Long-term Success of Your Business with Alex Brueckmann
Alex joins us today to talk about how businesses can be sustainble and stand the test of time. He gave us actionable insights about how businesses can achieve their short, medium and long term growth by creating strategies that will stand the test of time. About Alex Alex is an entrepreneur, author, executive coach, and board advisor. He built companies in Europe and Canada, and led client projects across the world.   His areas of expertise are strategy development, leadership development, and entrepreneurship. His passion lies in helping clients built profitable businesses rooted in purpose. In his upcoming book he presents a new framework called "The Nine Elements of Organizational Identity", which helps people build better businesses. Alex is a storyteller with an academic background is in General Management, with degrees from EBS University (Germany) and Universidad ORT (Uruguay), as well as certificates from INSEAD (France) and Harvard Business School (USA). He lives in Vancouver, Canada. Links Website - Instagram - @alexbrueckmann
September 19, 2022
Ep 99 - Running an Influential Music Business from Home with Dave Combs
Dave Combs, an established composer and music entrepreneur who has built a successful business with virtually no advertising and creating a worldwide following generating over 50,000 personal notes and letters of support for my music.  He shared with us his journey working in the corporate world and how that journey took him from information technology to music. His journey with music started while he was still working in corporate, which he later titled Rachel's song, which has gotten him letters from around the world. About Dave Combs Dave Combs is a songwriter, photographer, entrepreneur and author with four decades of experience writing over 120 songs and creating fourteen albums of soothing, relaxing instrumental piano music. His songwriting began with the now popular standard, Rachel’s Song. His soothing, relaxing music has been played millions of times worldwide on radio, satellite, and all internet streaming media, and it continues to touch the lives of millions of people all over the world. He is also the author of the bestselling new book, Touched By The Music: How the Story and Music of Rachel’s Song Can Change. Your Life. Links Website - Instagram - @combsmusic
September 12, 2022
Ep 98 - How to Use TikTok for Business
Is TikTok a fad that will pass? Or is it something that can help your business grow? Today, Tolu discusses how this social app, which was the leading app by downloads in 2021, might just be a great addition to your tools for business growth. He shares some stats to help you decide if TikTok is the right fit for you and ways you can use it to your advantage. He also discusses what to do to set up your account, the dos and don’ts of increasing your number of followers, how to use the analytics provided by TikTok to drive business growth, and the type of content to create to increase engagement. Finally, he weighs in on the hashtags or no hashtags debate. He also gives expert advice on using captions, trends, creating videos, making money from TikTok, and the best ways to engage there.
September 05, 2022
Ep 97 - Succeeding as an Encore Entrepreneur with Shelley Carney
Ever heard of the term “Encore entrepreneur?” Livestream coach and consultant Shelley Carney introduces them as people, usually middle-aged, who have worked under other employers for long periods and are now ready to start their businesses. Shelley trains Encore Entrepreneurs to master the relevant technology to get themselves on Livestream to connect with an audience. Shelley shares the importance of showing your face online as an Encore entrepreneur. She also encourages everyone to stop overthinking their appearance and focus on the messages they’re delivering.  She discusses what one needs to start live streaming: high-speed internet and a good quality computer or phone. She mentions the popular live stream platforms among Encore Entrepreneurs and the multi-streaming platform that she uses to stream content on YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter simultaneously. She explains how she translates live stream video content to audio and distributes the information through Spotify, Amazon, Apple, and Google, or transcribes it to texts so they can be used as blog posts. About Shelley Carney As a livestreaming YouTuber, podcast host and blogger, she shares her Content Consistency Framework with her audience so they can leverage their time, talent and content to expand their brand's reach around the world.  She has been livestreaming presentations and interviews for the past 7 years and she finds great joy in sharing her methods with others. Shelley would love the opportunity to participate in friendly conversations that enlightens and uplifts everyone. Links Website - Content Consistency Framework -
August 29, 2022
Ep 96 - How to Market Your Business Inexpensively with Brian Winch
Our guest today is Brian Winch, the owner and founder of CleanLots. CleanLots was a side hustle he started 41 years ago. He has built it into a full-time business that he continues to operate today. He joins us on this episode to discuss how to grow and market your business without breaking the bank. For Brian, the first step to building a sustainable business is to like what you’re doing. He shares how this helped him continue CleanLots even when he had questions about his future. He also shares what he did to grow his business and discusses resources that helped him do this - from libraries to the internet. He talks about the free marketing techniques he used to gain clients and earn a six-figure annual income and ways small businesses can take advantage of these techniques today. He also gives tips on balancing side hustles with your primary source of income and how to transition fully to your side hustle. In his book CleanLots Operations Manual, he shares his business secrets. Brian promises free business support to those who purchase it. About Brian Brian grew a simple side hustle that he started in 1981 into a profitable business that he still operates today. He had little money, education and skills but plenty of passion, patience and persistence. Brian shares his tips and experience on how to start a side hustle and grow it on a shoe-string budget. Links Website
August 22, 2022
EP 95 - Business Excellence with Rael Bricker
Our guest today, Rael Bricker, talks about becoming the best version of ourselves, even in business. He speaks professionally onstage about business and owns a thriving venture capital and financial services business in Australia. You also don’t want to miss the free pdf version of his book at the end of this episode titled “Dive in, Lessons Learnt Since Business School.” Rael explains the importance of being open to mentors before Tolu and Rael tackle the question: “are entrepreneurs born or made?” Rael also shares tips entrepreneurs need to do to reach business excellence: Drawing a moral line with every business you do, getting rid of customers who don’t make you happy but waste your time, and never asking your staff to do something you wouldn’t do. Lastly, he explains the importance of simplifying processes to strengthen your business. “Business is not complicated. It is simple, but we have to dive in and adjust our course as we move along,” Rael remarks.   About Rael After 30+ years as a serial entrepreneur, dabbling in everything from education to finance to fitness, I’ve now made it my mission to share my knowledge and expertise with others. Seeing that light come on, and connections being made in people’s heads as to how they can weave my experiences and advice into their businesses reinforces that this is where I need to be. Links Website - Free Book -
August 15, 2022
Ep 94 - The Value of Customer Experience for Business Longevity with Alex Oliviera
Why do you think presents are wrapped with bows and packaged with cards? It’s all for the experience of the products.  Over 5 million businesses were launched in America last year, yet, research has shown that 86% of businesses will fail after 5 years. Aside from the demand for products, a significant reason for that is poor customer experience. Alex explains how we need to come to terms with algorithms of the digital age: visibility and customer referrals through great customer experiences. He advises business owners to think through their past customer experiences and analyze how it was packaged to make us feel happy to pay for the service. He mentions how slowing down with creation or delivery allows us to give the best results.  Finally, he emphasizes how the cost of acquiring new customers is way higher than keeping them. About Alex As a transformative leader of multiple successful companies, Brazilian-born Alex Oliveira has helped companies advance their brands by executing interactive marketing campaigns for over 12 years. From SMB's to Fortune 500 brands like Ford & Allstate, Alex enjoys a diverse portfolio of clients. Alex’s major passions include adventuring with his wife and 4 kids, investing in startups, and giving back to the community. Link
August 08, 2022
Ep 93 - Some Growth Hacking Strategies Your Business can Start Implementing Today
Black Friday sales are just a few months away. Now is the time to grow your business with these practical growth tips. Tolu discusses lead market strategy in which clients give you their email addresses and contact address in return for the value you give them. He discusses the different ways he gives value
August 01, 2022
Ep 92 - How to Build Revenue-Generating Podcasts for Businesses with Jake Jorgovan
Jake took the time to educate us on the importance that podcasting brings to the table for businesses and how exactly they can use it to gain access to the decision makers in their industry and bring more business flowing through their doors. Jake has been able to help various businesses, such as Meta and Alibaba, grow their revenue through podcasting and is ready to do the same for other businesses. About Jake Jake Jorgovan is a Serial Entrepreneur, Podcast Producer and Business Advisor.  He is the Founder of Content Allies and Lead Cookie. Through these companies he has generated $40M+ in sales for his clients. Jake is the host of the Working Without Pants Podcast, and Leaders of B2B Podcast. He also shares the raw lessons of his entrepreneurial journey at  Jake is the producer behind podcasts for  brands such as Facebook, Siemens Energy, Stampli, and more.  Jake’s professional focus is to build companies that enable freedom of time and financial profitability. He does that by being an active entrepreneur in the trenches and through training others on entrepreneurship, leadership, sales & marketing.  Jake has degree in entrepreneurship from Belmont University and has been awarded Nashville’s Youth Entrepreneur of the Year. He has spoken at conferences such as SXSW and has been featured in publications such as Inc & Forbes. Jake lives a nomadic life and has traveled the world while running multiple companies. Links Website -
July 25, 2022
Ep 91 - How to Build a Truly Scalable Business and Team with Jhana Li
Jhana, an operations coach and consultant who helps digital businesses and entrepreneurs build scalable businesses and teams to help their businesses thrive, joins us on the show today. She discusses how she started working remotely and what to do to be less afraid of working remotely. She also speaks on how the standard work models have changed and why working remotely should be something to embrace instead of avoiding. We also discuss the many benefits of remote work from the perspectives of freelancers, entrepreneurs, and employers; for a remote business, there is less room to leave things to chance when it comes to scalability. She discusses the strategies leaders can use to make a remote business scalable. These strategies include pro tips such as ways to set up Slack channels to foster team building and methods she has adopted to use our common virtual tools such as Zoom and Slack more effectively. She also gives professional insight into the recruitment process for a remote business. Finally, she discusses what remote teams should stop doing so that they do not sabotage their growth and what to do instead. About Jhana Li Jhana Li has over 4 years experience as a COO and Operations Consultant for digital entrepreneurs. She specializes in executing scalable team & systems infrastructure, and harnessing the true power of Operations as a lever for compound growth. Her passion lies in scaling purpose-based businesses, and partnering with the founding entrepreneurs to unlock their highest potential & impact. Links Website - Ops Academy -
July 19, 2022
Ep 90 - Introversion Dynamics with Jenny Toh
Jenny Toh is a lawyer as well as a certified and trained life coach who trains introverts to be more visible in the workspace while still remaining authentic. She discusses how to leverage your introversion in the workspace. Jenny explains the difference between introverts and extroverts as team members and leaders in the workplace and the importance of an introvert in contributing to the team. She shares how she uses her ability as an introvert in her coaching career to understand her clients’ problems beyond the words used. She also explains how overthinking can prevent introverts from taking action, and she discusses specific actions that introverts can take to perform better at work. About Jenny Jenny is an ICF ACC coach who is the director of River Life Coaching Pte. Ltd., her life coaching practice where she coaches individuals to define success on their own terms personally and professionally. Jenny is passionate about empowering introverted women to remain authentic. She is also a lawyer and a mother of three living in Singapore. Links Website - Free 30-Minute Session -
July 12, 2022
Ep 89 - Why You Need To Include SMS In Your Marketing
Do you know that 97% of adults in the U.S currently own a cell phone, and 87% of them own smartphones? What better way to market than through SMS?  Tolu discusses creating an SMS list after getting clients’ consent and shares the importance of business lists and planning your business offers so that they synchronize with the frequency of your messages. He shares the statistics comparing email marketing to SMS marketing; people open their SMS messages more, so SMS marketing has more open rates of about 97% to 98. Also, clicking rates are as high as 20% compared to 0.5- 3% in email marketing. It also fits into our fast-paced world because it goes straight to the point.  Lastly, he discusses how to utilize business lists in SMS marketing to remind people about their appointments and transactions and then use the opportunity to market without infringing on clients’ privacy. Statistics gotten from the following websites: - -
July 05, 2022
Ep 88 - Homeschooling The Kids While Working From Home With Don Abad
Don Abad joins us in another anecdotal, insightful episode. He shares views concerning his choices in homeschooling his kids while working from home. He also shares methods he and his wife use to homeschool their kids that would help them learn out-of-the-box thinking, among other skills that would help them thrive as adults but are not found in traditional schooling. Don explains Homeschooling concepts and methods. He also discusses the trivium concept for homeschooling he intends to adopt, which teaches kids how to organize, articulate, and communicate a thought. He shares some insight on the Montessori method he and his wife have decided to adopt. He explains the 5 goals of Montessori education: to address a child’s absorbent mind in the 1st six years of life, to focus on different dimensions of the child, to allow freedom of choice and movement by not confining them to a classroom, to let the child decide what they want to learn, and encourage the child’s natural curiosity. He adds that the various approaches or methods can be combined like he is doing. Still, it is crucial to do our due diligence concerning these approaches. About Don Don Abad is a creative consultant, speaker, and the founder of Sovereign Stories, which offers post-production solutions for value-focused filmmakers and content creators. Don is the host of two podcasts. His flagship show, Sovereign, is dedicated to discussing FAITH, FAMILY, and FREEDOM and why we need more storytellers to promote these three pillars of a person’s life. He and his wife Kimmi also host Your Sovereign Downline, a podcast where they share lessons learned after over a decade in the network marketing industry and their best tips and strategies for building a home-based business in the 2020s. Aside from working on his businesses and the occasional movie or TV project, Don spends most of his time traveling the world with Kimmi and their bouncy baby boy. Link
June 28, 2022
EP 87 - Processes That Work With Maggie Perotin
Maggie, an outstanding business and leadership coach who helps entrepreneurs grow their businesses in the simplest way possible, is our guest today. She breaks down her key processes for business growth in three steps – vision; understanding your customer and how you help them solve their problem and go out there to meet them; create a simple plan to do consistently. To her, positioning yourself as an authentic leader and doing things you enjoy is a powerful combination for purposeful and healthy business growth. She shares steps on how to achieve this powerful combination to help entrepreneurs make themselves stand out in ever-growing competitive markets. She also discusses how entrepreneurs and leaders can align their mindset and skills with implementing systems that will make them confident and transform their businesses. About Maggie Maggie Perotin lives in Canada, Toronto area, with her blended family of 4 kids. She is a self-development geek, loves nature, traveling, and good food. She holds an executive MBA from Jack Welch Management Institute and has over 14 years of experience in various corporate leadership positions. As an international business and leadership coach, Maggie helps service-based entrepreneurs make the income they want in their business and become outstanding leaders in the process. Through her DREAM-PLAN-DO coaching model, she supports her clients in becoming confident CEO’s by aligning their mindset, business skills, and high-performance habits. This allows them to transform their businesses from an unreliable source of income to a client attracting diamond. Links Website - Free Consultation Call -
June 20, 2022
EP 86 - Human Design 101 with Kristen Diaz
I had an easy flowing chat with Kristen Diaz on the topic of Human Design. She explained it in an easy to understand way and you can be sure that she is very knowledgeable and can tell her level of expertise on the topic. About Kristen Kristen helps guide high-level ladies in aligning their work and lifestyles to create space and ease through human design.   Her passion is to help transform lives away from the overwhelm, away from the burnout, away from the half-glass full thoughts towards a lifestyle filled with space to make choices with ease, embody your purpose, and how to create alignment through your day to day routines at work and at home. While she's helping these high-level women through readings, coaching, and workshops, you can find her traveling and working remote, reading a book or resting, which is KEY for a reflector like herself. For more information on Kristen, Remotely Balanced, booking a Human Design reading or signing-up for her coaching waitlist, check out her website.
June 14, 2022
EP 85 - How to Use Online Forums for Market Research
When used correctly, online forums positively affect a brand’s sales in the long run. Today, Tolu gives us the full details on maximizing online forums for market research and boosting sales. He discusses when and why to use them, along with exciting ways in which he has applied his techniques to real-life client scenarios. He also shares how businesses can search for forums per niche, liaise with group admins when necessary, and hone in on the most valuable forums in other to get the most out of them. He lists his top forums for market research and gives practical tips from his professional experience on using forums to your advantage.
June 07, 2022
EP 84 - All-round Health as Part of Your Business Strategy with Susanne Grant
Work-life balance seems to be something that eludes those of us who work from home, taking a toll on our health and life generally. How do we find a balance while still providing excellent service to our clients? Today, Susanne Grant, an award-winning work-life balance expert, and two-times best-selling author, joins us on the show to guide us on how to do just that. She shares excellent strategies for managing clients’ expectations and communicating with them so business owners can have a more centered way of living. She also discusses how entrepreneurs can maintain optimum health and her process of figuring this out with her clients on a client-by-client basis. She walks us through the most fundamental problems that make people get stuck in unhealthy patterns and shares how people can stay at their best, remain intentional, and prioritize feeling great to thrive in the chaos of daily life. To her, rest is a productive activity; the sooner we all become comfortable with that idea, the better. About Susanne Susanne Grant is a multi Award-winning Keynote Speaker, Work-Life Balance Integration Expert, and International Bestselling Author of the book “Drop The MF Struggle” and "Leaders: Women Who Change The World Through Their Business".   She supports senior managers and is on a mission to turn the tide on millennials leaving their firms and create workplaces that nurture top - female - talent by redefining success through award-winning coaching & customised in-house training. After the birth of her child in 2015, she realised the collective lie "hard work equals success" wasn't working for her and she did not want the next generation to grow up and think this was "normal". So she made a powerful decision and she gave herself permission to break free of the old way of doing business and created a new business model - where holistic health and wealth are an integral part of the business and its success. Today, she runs an award-winning coaching company and hosts sold-out workshops and events. Her work has been featured in Thrive Global, Authority Magazine, Global Millionaire Magazine, Billion Success and many more. In fact, thousands of people have benefited from her work and are now living life on their terms as they implement Susanne’s motto: “Work Smarter, Not Harder”. Link Free Chapter from Book -
May 30, 2022
EP 83 - Generational Diversity in the Workplace with Lindsey Pollak
Would you employ a teenager in your workplace or someone your grandfather’s age if you had the chance? Lindsey Pollak brings an exciting fresh take on generational diversity in the work environment and helps us understand how we can get value from these age differences. Linda explains the different generations in various workforces around the world, from “Baby boomers” to “millennials” to “Generation-Z.” She talks about younger people taking leadership roles in North America because of their tech skills but shares interesting anecdotes about people in older generations still offering value in terms of history and solutions during the sometimes unpredictable periods of technology. Linda helps us understand how this diversity fuels creativity and innovation in the work environment. Linda also details ways to learn relations with diverse age groups, from our family structures to making efforts to relate with different age groups at gatherings, and finally, discarding stereotypical assumptions about specific age groups in the work environment. She finally explains how successful multigenerational organizations are those where everyone is passionate about “the big picture” and not hung up on generational differences. About Lindsey Pollak is a New York Times bestselling author and one of the world’s leading career and workplace experts. She was named to the 2020 Thinkers50 Radar List, which honors the top global management thinkers whose work is shaping the future of how organizations are managed and led. Lindsey’s latest book is a response to the Covid crisis: Recalculating: Navigate Your Career Through the Changing World of Work and was published by HarperCollins in March 2021. Her other books include The Remix: How to Lead and Succeed in the Multigenerational Workplace, Becoming the Boss: New Rules for the Next Generation of Leaders and Getting from College to Career: Your Essential Guide to Succeeding in the Real World. Lindsey’s speaking audiences and consulting clients have included more than 250 corporations, law firms, conferences and universities. Her advice and opinions have appeared in such media outlets as The TODAY Show, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNN and NPR. Link Website
May 25, 2022
EP 82 - Content Creation for Business with Don Abad
"Stories sell, facts tell." Don Abad is not only a content creator and network marketer but also a storyteller with a background in film-making. He shares how storytelling helps relate to the customers' humanity and provides us with insightful content creation tips that he has garnered concerning capturing your audience as a marketer. Don shares how the stories behind the beginnings of a company, its founders, and employees help convey the humanity behind a brand. He also explains the importance of distinguishing between content creation as a marketer versus as a content creator. He shares the two metrics content creators with a marketing mindset should look out for: leads and sales. He explains various network marketing strategies: building an email list through a call to action rather than asking people to comment randomly, which does not necessarily create leads for content. He also discusses how to pitch strategically to provide value for your audience and stimulate their curiosity enough for a call to action. Finally, he mentions a great way to leave out our digital footprints as content creators. About Me Don Abad is a creative consultant, speaker, and the founder of Sovereign Stories, which offers post-production solutions for value-focused filmmakers and content creators. Don is the host of two podcasts. His flagship show, Sovereign, is dedicated to discussing FAITH, FAMILY, and FREEDOM and why we need more storytellers to promote these three pillars of a person’s life. He and his wife Kimmi also host Your Sovereign Downline, a podcast where they share lessons learned after over a decade in the network marketing industry and their best tips and strategies for building a home-based business in the 2020s. Aside from working on his businesses and the occasional movie or TV project, Don spends most of his time traveling the world with Kimmi and their bouncy baby boy. Link
May 16, 2022
Ep 81 - Declutter Your Way to Success with Gael Wood
Gael Wood is a successful entrepreneur with a business that helps people optimize their schedules by using success strategies, especially those involving habits. She has also written 15 books and e-books. But things weren’t always that way with Gael; she was usually out of work for half of the year and once had to take a job that made her so miserable that she kept getting sick from throat infections! She shares with us how that experience drove her to pull out her entrepreneur abilities, get her creative juices flowing to start new businesses and write her first books. She also explains how this helped her analyze her productivity in terms of time spent on her daily activities. She shares how she decluttered her schedule and optimized her time as a mum by changing the little things: asking her spouse for help in caring for their son, getting external help with other domestic activities, and other specific strategies that freed up a lot of space for her as a mum and wife. Gael also shares how to do a digital declutter. It’s no wonder five ladies in Gael’s coaching group have each finished writing books of their own. Gael's Bio In 2013 I started a journey to makeover my life! I was burned out, in debt, unwell, and I needed to find another way before I ended up sicker or divorced…. Today, I live in my dream house, have location and time freedom, do work I love and feel amazing. That is what I want for you too. On my path I have gone from an overworked massage therapist to finding success online with writing, teaching, and coaching I have learned and used mindset and journaling strategies, marketing, and business skills, and Feng Shui together to create my dream life!   I have been on the cover of a magazine, inducted into the World Massage Hall of Fame, and worked with entrepreneurs from all over the world. In 2019 I finished my certification as a Feng Shui consultant. Links Free Book - Declutter your way to success
May 10, 2022
Ep 80 - How to Make Your Clients Feel Special
Many businesses often get lost in making money while ignoring a vital part of their business: making their clients feel loved, valued, and cherished. Everyone wants to feel loved, and clients aren’t left out. Today, Tolu discusses the importance of nurturing warm relationships with clients. He also shares great strategies for making clients feel valued, such as through his unique techniques of reaching out, listening, celebrating clients, and acting on feedback. He discusses why it’s time for your business to ditch the generic scripts and methods and dives into simple but huge ways clients will feel seen and loved.
May 06, 2022
EP 79 - How to Sell High-Ticket Offers with Lira Kay
Do you want to stand out in business? Look for that particular value you offer that no one else does. Psychotherapists trainer and high-level coach trainer, Lira Kay, shares classified information concerning attracting the right type of clients who would pay for the value you offer. Lira Kay advises us to cut out the superficial advice that every coach gives and explains how top clientele looks out for depth, substance, and insight. She also explains the importance of unifying our professional and personal brands. Let’s not forget owning our expertise and taking responsibility. Lira breaks it down: taking more responsibility equals more value and pay. Finally, Lira recommends that experienced service providers start their own training programs and certifications after understanding the effectiveness of their methods. Links Website - Instagram - @lira.kay
April 25, 2022
EP 78 - Emotional Intelligence and Stress Management for Business Owners with Jocelyn Toll
What do you do when life smacks you with stress, anxiety, and a flooded apartment against the backdrop of a viral pandemic? Jocelyn is forced to reassess her life’s purpose and health after losing her job and apartment during the uncertain period of the COVID-19 pandemic. She noticed its effect on her mind and body, including her posture! She takes us on an inspirational journey about emotional intelligence and stress and their effects on our social situations from the lessons learned. How do we switch our mindsets through self-love and acknowledgment of our situations to drive better and healthier actions? About Jocelyn Jocelyn is a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach based in Charlotte, NC but her wellness journey began years before she got her certification. Growing up in Latin America, she was raised with a definition of wellness where regular outdoor activity and balanced eating are the cornerstones of good health. That was her view of wellness until she reached a point in her life where she was struggling to stay motivated and confident about her future even though she was doing “all the right things.” It was the day she decided to leave a toxic relationship that she realized that there are influences in her life beyond daily health habits that were impacting her happiness and wellbeing. After overcoming the emotional burnout and fatigue, she felt an unwavering calling to help others redefine wellness to live their most brave, optimistic, self-aware, and self-confident life (B.O.S.S. life). Links Website - Instagram - @jocelyn.wellness
April 18, 2022
Ep 77 - Launch an Online Course Like a Boss with Georges Wansek
Building an online course can be such an arduous task. It takes a while to get it right, and it helps to have an experienced instructor guide you through the process. The online course guru with over 700 hours of one-on-one course coaching experience and counting, Georges Wansek, is on the show today. He discusses how to launch an online course easily, the importance of creating a waitlist before promoting your content, and his course platform, which provides a community of growing course creators and teaches course creators how to host their independent courses without the downsides of tech constraints, exorbitant commitment fees, and dependent hosting that accompany third-party course platforms. About Georges Georges is a respected Franco-American web designer known for his ability to make the most difficult concepts easy to understand and use. He has had the pleasure to work with and teach others to build their own websites, courses, and membership platforms. His students rave about the benefits of his easy-to-follow methods and training style. Links Build your course -
April 14, 2022
EP 76 - Five Tools to Take Your Writing to the Next Level
Writing is a must for every business today, and it would be almost impossible to scale your business without writing. What do you do if you feel you aren’t exceptionally skilled in this area? There are quite a several tools to make your writing more seamless. In this episode, Tolu shares five of his top tools that anyone can use to improve their writing. The tools reviewed include the Hemingway app, Microsoft editor, Writer, Pro Writer Aid, Grammarly, and other honorable mentions such as Writesonic. He analyses each resource by weighing the costs and the pros and cons of each. He shares his opinions on whether the premium or professional versions of these resources are worth it and how to get the best deals on these tools. He also gives practical tips on how to make the most of each tool and how he has applied each one to take his writing game up a notch.
April 05, 2022
EP 75 - Using Challenges as Building Blocks with Simone Giangiordano
Simone Giangiordano has battled with health challenges all her life and has still remained at the top of her game in her different ventures. After two decades, she quit her corporate job because of the negative effect on her health and decided to begin her entrepreneurship journey and work from home. But she realized that the poor habits she had while working in her corporate job continued to impede the growth of her personal businesses. Simone is our guest on today’s show and discusses the importance of taking care of the three core areas of our lives: mind, body, and spirit, and how the alignment of these areas can affect our businesses.  She shares tips on achieving alignment in the three areas, identifying and understanding your peculiar challenges, and practical strategies for dealing with them. She also shares personal business tips on enhancing overall wellness, such as how to build your business around your challenges, client management, necessary boundaries for your business, and other tips for building businesses with a solid structure that aligns with who you are, your needs, and the lifestyle you desire. About Simone Simone Giangiordano, better known as Simone G, is a lifestyle and business coach. An encourager. A lover of the ocean. She believes the courage to say “I CAN’T” will set you free.   Simone brings hope to those with invisible health challenges impacting the quality of their life and their business success. She gives voice to the idea that societal and cultural norms are far more limiting that any limitation we have, and that by sharing compassion, we can overcome many of the misconceptions and much of the stigma around chronic health challenges. Simone’s transition from her corporate career of nearly two decades to entrepreneurship was the direct result of her health challenges. As she figured out how to manage a business alongside several illnesses and injuries, she shut down her first business three times in the first five years of her entrepreneurial career. It was during these years that saying “I CAN” nearly broke her. Thankfully, the last shutdown was back in 2012! In caregiving for her father, she learned what matters most is the impact we have and the love we share. That experience gave her the courage to be silent no more and to author the Building Balance to Empower programs, which were created to guide others struggling with compromised health in building a business and creating a lifestyle that supports their work and well-being. Today, she uses her Signature Program The Power of I Can’t® alongside her business coaching to help her clients transform their lives, their businesses, and their well-being. Links Website - Offer -
March 30, 2022
Ep 74 - How to Land Your Dream Job in 12 Weeks With Super Julie
In this episode, SJ talks with us about her proven recipe to help anyone land their dream job within 12 weeks. She discusses tools for getting your job search strategy right and how she has been able to help 90 to 95% of her client secure remote jobs. She also shares tips on how and why you should create a comfortable atmosphere during the interview that fosters engaging conversations that help the interviewer fall in love with you. She also shares a few personal strategies to easily navigate job offers, salary expectations in an interview, and eventually negotiate for better pay. She walks us through how to lead interviewers to the conclusions you desire and leave room for and navigate multiple job offers simultaneously. Sometimes, despite our best efforts, we end up not getting the job. SJ discusses why this happens and how to bounce back from such rejection. About SJ At the age of 16, I tested for a learning disability, and lo and behold; I had a fabulous combo platter of auditory processing disorder and dyslexia. I had spent the previous ten years learning how to verbally communicate and solve problems while delegating my most challenging tasks. I did all of this unknowingly and was getting schooled on how to be a leader. As a young adult, I quickly rose in corporate jobs leading creative teams for Victoria’s Secret, MTV, Nike, Estee Lauder, and Carter's Childrenswear. I never felt like I fit in; I was ashamed of my learning disability; it was a secret that I wouldn’t share with others. I knew how to get a high-level position without having a Master’s degree, how to charm my way by developing relationships, negotiating the offer, and, regardless of my hurdles, lead with confidence. I created the recipe for getting the salary that I deserved. Today, I’m an entrepreneur, and our company helps people get the career and salary they deserve regardless of their challenges. We work with Veterans, stay-at-home parents, immigrants, folks from the LGBTQIA community, and folks with addictions or alcoholism. We have helped formerly incarcerated individuals, people who have lost their passion for what they do, people with disabilities - learning, physical or psychiatric; we are the people who help take fear and formality out of the career. We’ve helped over 16,000 people get the job they deserve. Links Website - LinkedIn -
March 21, 2022
Ep 73 - How to Find the Right Job for You With Raj Subrameyer
Imagine applying for 1293 jobs and getting only 4 callbacks? Not only is it disappointing, but it would be challenging to keep up with the descriptions of every single one of those applications. Tech Career Strategist, Raj Subrameyer, shares his personal experiences with job applications strategies and branding. Raj talks about steps for strategizing for job applications within a timeframe; effective ways of keeping tabs on jobs you’ve applied for within a stipulated time frame. He also focuses on tips for branding through keywords and taglines, making offline connections through physical events, and finding and growing your online community. About Raj Raj Subrameyer is a tech career strategist focusing on helping people to land their dream job and become successful leaders. He is passionate about guiding professionals to maximize their opportunities and discover their zone of genius. He has given multiple TEDx talks and is a sought-after speaker at various conferences and has been featured in numerous TV news segments, podcasts, and publications, including CBS, FOX, NPR, NBC, Entrepreneur, CEOWorld Magazine, Authority Magazine, Career Addict, Thrive Global, Addicted2Success and The Good Men Project. His areas of expertise include career advancement, leadership, motivation, productivity and entrepreneurship. In his spare time, he loves traveling and enjoying craft beer. You can find more info about how he serves people through his website - Links Skyrocket Your Career Book - LinkedIn:
March 15, 2022
Ep 72 - Building Personal Relationships with Clients
Would you fall in love with a partner more easily if they remembered the little details like anniversary dates or your birthday? Would you buy flowers for your date if you were unsure about their reaction to flowers or preferences? In this episode, Tolu emphasizes the importance of wooing clients through communication and paying close attention to their desires and needs as you should. Relationships are watered by various little incentives that allow the relationships to reach full bloom. Our host discusses the beauty of entrepreneur-client relationships and the keys to making your client fall utterly in love.
March 07, 2022
Ep 71 - The Role of the Subconscious with Joey Drolshagen
Finding a way to hack his mind helped Joey Drolshagen navigate unfavorable thought patterns and live the life of his dreams outside the rat race. Joey joins us on the show today and shares how we can tweak our minds to smash our goals efficiently. Many of us are conditioned to believe that following specific blueprints will lead us to the answers and success we desire. However, in this episode, Joey shares how creating personal dynamic visions for personal experiences and goals are more impactful than following generic blueprints for industries or other people’s lives. He also shares how we can ditch the myth of having long to-do lists and burdensome goals as recipes for internal success. He talks about how we are better off making a permanent change to our subconscious to fuel inspired actions that help us use minimal efforts for maximum effect. He also walks us through the steps of his renowned Subconscious Mind Training method for positively changing the subconscious and actionable tips for how we make our thoughts work in our favor. About Joey Named one of the top Coaches in America for two consecutive years, in The NYC Journal and Disruptors Magazine, Joey is known for helping countless individuals to transform their lives through retraining their subconscious conditioning! Aside from a very successful 28-year career, up to VP of Sales, Joey has spent over 3 decades studying, implementing, and developing what’s become known as the SMT™ Method, which has repeatedly helped hundreds of people to transform their reality through retraining the subconscious mind… To become UNSTOPPABLE. Links Website - LinkedIn - Instagram -
February 28, 2022
Ep 70 - The Journey from Frustrated to Inspired Entrepreneur with Lira Kay
Working from home comes with its fair share of workaholic entrepreneurial culture, especially as we try to do all and be all. How do we find the balance between constant productivity and freedom while still getting our money’s worth? Lira Kay, School of Inspired Life founder and founder of the 111 Healers Project, both run from home, is on the show today. Lira shares the lessons from her 33 years as an entrepreneur, artist, and coach. She also shares how listeners can ditch the draining lifestyle of the hustle culture and experience freedom while doing what they love and earning high profits from it! As a former self-described struggling artist who started her career at 17, Lira understands what it is like to yearn for the zen lifestyle while being stuck in low-paying hustle culture. Although she was making a remarkable impact worldwide, she was only getting by financially until a decisive session with another transformation coach helped her realize that she could charge a higher value for her high-impact work while maintaining her sanity. Now, she is on a mission to teach and mentor other coaches, therapists, and transformational leaders how to take their programs to the highest levels and charge 6 figure sums for them while positioning themselves above the competition, hustling less, and embracing a lifestyle that enables healing and productivity. Links Website - Instagram - @lira.kay
February 21, 2022
Living the Digital Nomad Lifestyle with Sami Reed Cleaver
Sami Reed is a digital nomad who can work from anywhere in the world as a digital marketer and educator. Since 2018, after switching from her 9-5 job as an educator in Wales, she has been able to travel to Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia while working. She is currently working from Thailand. Sami shares how she fell in love with the travel lifestyle during vacations from her former 9-5 job and decided to change her working dynamics through a remote job. She talks about her budding days creating her digital marketing business as a nomad. When things began to pick up for Sami as a digital marketer and people around her became interested in the remote work nomad lifestyle, she shares how she pulled out her teaching skills to impact and inspire others to do the same. She lists good skills that are needed to work remotely. She also shares some digital Nomads hotspots worldwide, from Bali to Rome to Mexico. She adds that people get inspired to start new projects when they are around other people doing extraordinary things. About Sami Sami Reed Cleaver is a digital nomad life and business coach. She went from working a full-time 9-5 job to working remotely and living a freedom-based digital nomad lifestyle by overcoming huge limiting beliefs and successfully growing a freelance digital marketing business, currently based in Thailand. She now coaches others to do the same.  Links Instagram - Website -
February 14, 2022
How Content Marketing Differs from Copywriting
Copywriting is an integral aspect of content marketing, but being a pro in one doesn’t necessarily mean that you automatically have the other one figured out. In this episode, our host, Tolu, discusses what makes copywriting different from content marketing and how you can make the most of both marketing tools. He goes down to the basics by explaining what both mean while giving live examples of different copywriting scripts, the different clients each attracts, and the effect this will have on building your brand in the long term. He also talks about the types of copywriting and the most effective type in his professional opinion. He shares tips for effective copywriting for websites and social media and how to craft copywriting headlines. He shares some insight on how to select a copywriter for your business, the effect of combining copywriting and content marketing in building your brand, and how he combines years of experience in copywriting and content marketing to seamlessly deliver outstanding results for the brands he works with.
February 07, 2022
Strategies for Success with Raj Subrameyer
How do you face your fears and accelerate your career? Raj, a tech career strategist who has been in the tech space for over 16 years, joins us today with loaded and practical answers. Raj knows what it’s like to thrash your fears and live the life of your dreams. He grew up extremely shy and felt there was nothing special about him until a trigger event made him flip life as he knew it. Since then, he has written a book that placed 5th thrice on Amazon, spoken in over 100 conferences, and had 2 TEDx talks and over 10 keynotes. In today’s episode, he discusses how he was able to build a six-figure business and how to create strategies to defeat your fears and advance your life. He also discusses his no-fluff book, which consists of effective strategies for identifying ideal career options, LinkedIn optimization, resumes, interviews, salary negotiations, success in your career, and setting yourself apart from the competition. With a desire for success comes a high likelihood of getting burned out. Raj shares personal tips for preventing burnout and the strategies that helped him bring the book to life amid numerous unfavorable circumstances. About Raj Raj Subrameyer is a tech career strategist focusing on helping people to land their dream job and become successful leaders. He is passionate about guiding professionals to maximize their opportunities and discover their zone of genius. He has given multiple TEDx talks and is a sought-after speaker at various conferences and has been featured in numerous TV news segments, podcasts and publications, including CBS, FOX, NPR, NBC, Entrepreneur, CEOWorld Magazine, Authority Magazine, Career Addict, Thrive Global, Addicted2Success and The Good Men Project.  His areas of expertise include career advancement, leadership, motivation, productivity and entrepreneurship. In his spare time, he loves traveling and enjoying craft beer. You can find more info about how he serves people through his website - Links Skyrocket Your Career Book - Website - Personal Website: LinkedIn: Twitter: Facebook: YouTube Channel: Instagram :
January 31, 2022
The Basics of Drop Servicing
The idea of drop servicing sparks much interest in the minds of entrepreneurs, especially as it’s said to be an area that does not require any skill for entry. But is that really the case? What does it entail? Today, Tolu sheds light on this business, and while he’s at it, he busts some myths along the way. He discusses what drop servicing means, the benefits of this business model, what to do before you get started and how to hone in on a niche to yield great results for your clients. He clears the air about the negativity this business might stir up and shows how all parties benefit. He also talks about the skills you need to thrive in this area, with an emphasis on branding, management, and communication. He provides tips on how to go about applying these skills to the success of your business.
January 24, 2022
Hustle, Nature, and Working with the Right People - a Chat with Matthew Turner
Today, Matthew Turner joins us for an in-depth discussion on professional writing and his journey towards becoming an author and writer for mega clients. He talks about what it means to niche down as a writer, why it helps, and how to make it work for you. He also discusses the role of adaptability, your voice, and your personality in being a successful writer and gravitating towards the right clients for you. He also shares how he turned his passion into a successful full-time business and lets us in on how he balances being a father with his work for clients and still publishes his own books - a balance owed to what he calls being anti-hustle. Being successful means being able to say no when necessary and more often. "It's difficult to say no unless you know what [a great] yes looks like," Matthew says. He shares how this takes time, learning curves, and discovering yourself but will eventually lead to knowing the right clients for you so that you don't end up overwhelmed. Finally, he gives us exclusive details on the books to expect from him in the future and how nature influences his writing and style. Links: Facebook: Facebook Group: Instagram: Linkedin:
January 17, 2022
It's OK to Fail
For entrepreneurs, failure is inevitable, no matter how little. Many have given up after encountering one or more setbacks. But what if there’s more to failure than the usual feelings of guilt, shame, and dread that we’ve ascribed to them? To Tolu, failure isn’t a bad thing, it’s a great thing, and today, he shares ways to help you look at failure differently and embrace it. In today’s episode, he talks about how failure serves as indicators or tools for you to know whether and how to review your processes to achieve the aims you’ve set out to achieve, and re-strategize as necessary, among others. He also shares his trusted methods for optimizing failure to succeed in your business. These methods include acknowledging them as a tool and nothing more, failing forward, and using and connecting with other people’s experiences to propel yourself into the vision you have for yourself. Photo by Kate Kozyrka on Unsplash
November 22, 2021
Things I Wish I Knew Before 30 with Alise Saunders
Alise Saunders, the owner of the travel blog Tales from an Untamed Soul, joins us today. She shares her journey from corporate life to entrepreneurship and key lessons she has learned along the way. She speaks about the reality of working in the corporate world, which did not meet the glamorous expectations she had from watching her favorite tv shows. Although she worked her way up and started making a 6 figure salary, she soon realized that getting to the top still left her feeling as miserable as ever. Her dissatisfaction led her to quit her job and embrace an entrepreneurial lifestyle working from the road. In today’s episode, she discusses the culture and trauma that gives rise to the typical manic corporate world lifestyle. She also delves into her liberating journey into entrepreneurship. She talks about the work and healing she had to put in to create a thriving business that suited her lifestyle. Today, she is living in the fantasies of her childhood. In this enlightening episode, she shares three particularly key lessons she wished she had known earlier that would have made her childhood dreams come true quicker. Connect with her using any of the following links:
November 01, 2021
Deadline Management for Work at Home Professionals
Perhaps, what we need is a machine to increase time? Between work, responsibilities, and other surprises that life throws at us, many of us barely manage to keep our heads above the sea of nonstop deadlines. The art of balancing competing deadlines and meeting them is a skill that is crucial to the success of a work-from-home professional. By meeting deadlines, we get satisfaction, fulfillment, and more referrals. We most likely know this, but the question is, how do we do it? Today, Tolu discusses effective deadline management and how we can shrink 12 hours of work into 6 hours if need be. He discusses the components needed to ensure that deadlines are always met. He also generously provides case studies as he walks us through what an effective system should look like. Additionally, he shares the tactics he uses to deliver services on time and the tricks he has mastered to expand time’s capacity if we can say so. Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash
October 25, 2021
The Effects of Energy Drinks
If we could wish for sudden bursts of energy to power us through our tasks on long hard days, we probably would. Unfortunately, we can’t, so for many of us, the next best thing might very well be energy drinks. Both those with a 9 to 5 and work-from-home professionals sometimes use energy drinks to stay alert and get their work done. This is particularly so for entrepreneurs who have to wear many hats at once. But are there any downsides to the easy fix that energy drinks provide? Today, our host, Tolu, discusses the effects of these drinks. Using his personal experiences, he weighs in on the conversations surrounding the topic. He also talks about alternatives that he is keen to try and invites you to participate in this ongoing discussion.
October 18, 2021
Using the Coffee Shop Experience to Optimize Productivity with Mo Hamzian
Most offices offer little privacy. And working from home doesn’t usually offer the Camaraderie environment that office spaces do to mitigate loneliness. Mo Hamzian acquaints us with the ability of coffee shops to provide these benefits. He shares ideas for adjustments that we can make in our spaces to make us more productive: planning, based on the nature of the work that we’re doing; picture an environment that fosters creativity for deep thinking creatives. He talks about loneliness associated with working from home, which is not the case in coffee shops. Mo also discusses how some workspaces have begun to create more conducive environments with better temperature, lighting, fresh air, privacy, and other parameters to boost productivity. Inspired by the coffee shop idea, Mo talks about his start-up company that is currently building coffee work cafes in various cities in the USA but is open to expanding to the rest of the world. Links to connect with Vel/Mo Hamzian Photo by Tim Gouw on Unsplash
October 11, 2021
How to Use Trello to Improve Productivity
Increasing your productivity is one of the factors that can help you get the most out of your work-from-home experience. While there are many productivity tools out there, Trello ranks at the very top and has been embraced by many entrepreneurs and employers. Today, Tolu shares how Trello, one of his favorite project management apps, can help you increase your productivity.   He discusses the pros of Trello, one of the perks being that since it is a cloud app, your data is always ready and available on the different devices and platforms you use. He shares the two things he loves most about Trello – power-ups and automation – and how to set these up for efficient workflow. He also uses his professional workflow to break down how each feature works down to the basics. Additionally, he discusses the pricing structure, the plans that would be most suitable to your needs, the benefits of Trello to your team, and how easy it is for team members to get the hang of it. Use this form to add your business on Google Maps for Free Use this form to request a free SEO Audit for your website Photo by airfocus on Unsplash
October 04, 2021
Using Lead Magnets to Attract the Right Customers
Marketing can be difficult for a work-from-home professional. Lead magnets are one of the ways work-from-home professionals can effectively market their products, and the appropriate lead magnet can help you skip some steps in marketing. In today’s episode, Tolu explains what lead magnets are and how you can tailor them to the goals you want to achieve. Although many people shy away from billing for their lead magnets, Tolu shares tips on when you should bill. He mentions a threshold price he advises people to stick to. He also discusses numerous types of lead magnets, such as e-books, checklists, and courses, to name a few. He talks about his preferences, the pros of each lead magnet, and how to use them to prequalify your leads. Use this form to add your business on Google Maps for Free Use this form to request a free SEO Audit for your website Photo by airfocus on Unsplash
September 27, 2021
How to Manage Work from Home Burnout
For work-from-home professionals, burnout sometimes seems just a second away because the line between work and home realities is blurred. Even with the schedules and strategies to prevent stress and working overtime, life happens, and sometimes we become overstretched. How do we manage work-from-home burnout? In this episode, Tolu shares his tried tips for successfully managing burnout. He emphasizes the need to aim for quality over quantity, even when it comes to sleep, the need for adequate rest, and visiting the outside world, among others. “We need to understand that while we take care of things, we need to take care of ourselves - you are your greatest asset,” he says. Use this form to add your business on Google Maps for Free Use this form to request a free SEO Audit for your website Photo by jose pena on Unsplash
September 20, 2021
Top Skillsets Needed for Remote Work Success
As work-from-home professionals, the skillsets needed for us to have successful businesses vary slightly from those required of the average worker in the traditional workplace. However, the funny thing is that these skills will set you apart if you eventually need to return to the traditional 9 to 5, as they will equip you to become a great leader. In this episode, Tolu discusses 7 essential remote skills needed to succeed, such as cross-cultural literacy and time management. He also talks about the reliable tools that work-from-home professionals should have and makes recommendations for them. Similarly, he shares tips on blogs and pages that greatly help work-from-home business owners. Here are some of the skills needed to be able to work from home successfully. Self-Motivation Ability to work without supervision Good Communication skills Ability to learn on the job and keep learning Cross-cultural literacy Reliable and secure equipment and tools Patience Adaptability Time Management Use this form to add your business on Google Maps for Free Use this form to request a free SEO Audit for your website Photo by Brandy Kennedy on Unsplash
September 13, 2021
Strategies for Converting Your Regular Job to Work from Home
If you’re considering switching your business from an office space to working from home, this is the episode for you. Tolu explains the advantages of working from home; costs are saved because you don’t have to pay double the utilities you would if you had an office space. Time is also saved as you don’t have to transport yourself, increasing productivity. He shares things to consider when choosing your Workspace at home. He explains that it is better to choose a dedicated Workspace to discourage laziness and encourage increased productivity. He also shares various great tips for transitioning into a remote Workspace: from equipping staff with management and communication tools to the reliability of your delivery services. To move part or all of your brick-and-mortar services online, here are some of the things you need to do: Equip your staff with task management and communication tools Create a website Ensure that people can order your product and services online Partner with a reliable delivery service is possible Create a dedicated space for work at home and furnish it to the best of your capabilities Rent a less expensive space or a shared space if you still need to have a non-home location Encourage your clients to book services/buy products from your website/over the phone Add your products to Instagram, Facebook, and Google if possible. Some of the advantages of moving part or all your business to remote include the following: Serve people outside your regular route Leverage multiple avenues for reaching new customers Increase your customer base quick with the right marketing strategy and collaborations Reduce need for paper as you'll be providing most services through phone and email Improve work-life balance and productivity Use this form to add your business on Google Maps for Free Use this form to request a free SEO Audit for your website Photo by Brandy Kennedy on Unsplash
September 06, 2021
How to Find a Job on LinkedIn
LinkedIn is the leading professional social media network that helps you take your profession to the next level. However, not many people leverage it as a powerful tool to get the jobs they want. Today, Tolu shares ways to use LinkedIn as a tool to get the job you desire. He discusses strategies you can adopt to build a network with the right people and how to remain relevant to recruitment teams even when they are not actively hiring. He also discusses the importance of recommendations and how to use them. To Tolu, to get your dream job, you need to put yourself out there and in the proper light, and in this episode, he goes into detail to discuss tips on how to do this and much more. Photo by 胡 卓亨 on Unsplash
August 30, 2021
How to Find a Job on Instagram
Although Instagram is essentially a photo and video sharing app, it remains a valuable tool for helping entrepreneurs find jobs. In this episode, our host, Tolu, shares how you can turn your Instagram account into your portfolio and use it to find jobs. He breaks down this process into steps, using practical examples, and gives vital tips for each step, such as how to craft your bio, master highlights, and what and how to post. Photo by Phil Desforges on Unsplash
August 16, 2021
How to find a job on Twitter
In today’s episode, our host, Tolu, shares tips and tricks on finding jobs using Twitter. He discusses how to draw a line between your personal and business brands and how this is important when getting jobs on Twitter. He also shares tips on making your bio, name, and photos more effective. He also explains additional strategies such as following the relevant accounts, using the advanced search option to plan your job/career moves and making meaningful contributions that will help you get noticed. Lastly, he shares one of his tips on how you can know that your actions are productive and are taking you in the right direction. Photo by Joyce Busola on Unsplash
August 09, 2021
How to Find a Job on Facebook
Are you searching for a job? Facebook is the number 1 social media platform and might just be what you need. To get the most out of what Facebook offers in this regard, you want to ensure your page is primed and ready for a job recruiter to hire you. Today, Tolu shares tips to get your Facebook page ready: make sure your profile picture is attractive and you look like someone people would want to work with. He explains what your “About” section should include: appropriate work experience, volunteer experience, skills, and education history. He mentions how your cover photo can complement your “About” section. Tolu also shares a strategy to make any job gap unnoticeable.  Lastly, he talks about following the Facebook page of the company you’re applying to and doing your research. Photo by Zac Wolff on Unsplash  
August 02, 2021
The Truth about Hashtags and Mentions on Social Media
Are hashtags and mentions effective? Would they drive or reduce traffic? How can you make the best use of them? Tolu provides answers to these and more in today’s episode. In this episode, he delves into what hashtags are, how they work, and strategies to adopt when using hashtags regardless of your business area. He also shares the foolproof hashtags that always work no matter what. He also breaks down the method behind effective mentions, when to use them and why simply mentioning celebrities or large accounts wouldn’t work. He also shares tips on increasing your chances of mentions re-sharing your posts and increasing your reach. From his professional experience, Tolu emphasizes that the advantage of using hashtags and mentions for your business isn’t rooted in how great they are on their own but in how well they work with your content. “Know why you are using them, and then use them to help you reach your objectives,” he says.
June 14, 2021
The Role of Social Media in Your Business
The days of thumbing through the Yellow Pages or relying solely on radio and TV ads are long gone. Today, it’s almost impossible to have a thriving business without having any form of social media. In this episode, Tolu explains why social media is necessary for your business growth and brand and how to use up all its benefits. He teaches how organic social media reach works and helps your business and how to find where your clients are most active. He explains that engagement is necessary to make your followers and clients feel seen and loved and give them a sense of belonging to encourage loyalty. He also shares strategies to engage, use insights, and effectively manage complaints from clients on social media.
June 07, 2021
Graphic Design Cloud Apps that Make Graphics Work Easier
Graphics are an essential element of content in the digital space. But what do you do if you aren't much of a graphic designer or can't afford one at the moment? Not to worry, some apps can help you out. Today, Tolu shares his top 6 easy-to-use graphic design tools: Canva, Crello, Adobe Spark, Easil, Stencil, and Snapper. He weighs costs, pros and cons, and suitability for different business needs. He also highlights the top features of each tool. Additionally, he shares his opinions on whether these apps' premium and professional versions are worth it.  As a bonus, apart from these 6, there's one secret tool he has used for clients, which is fantastic with great templates you can't find anywhere else. This tool is so good that people will confuse you for a graphic designer. He'll let you in on this secret if you ask by sending him a private message on any of his social media accounts.
May 31, 2021
Common Mistakes Freelance Graphics Designers Make and How to Fix Them
Many graphic designers unknowingly stifle their job progress. How can they resolve this? Today, Tolu shares how to avoid common mistakes in the graphic design field. He highlights the relevance of trusting one’s instinct before taking a job and the value of exploiting good communication skills while relating with clients. He teaches how to copy templates, fonts, and plugins correctly so your work remains visibly original. He shares a few personal experiences to buttress his point. He also shares payment, invoicing, and budgeting tips for graphic designers and ways to keep clients in the loop throughout the job process.
May 24, 2021
How to Market Your Graphics Design Business
How do you market yourself in the graphics design community with millions of creators? In today’s episode, Tolu discusses how to market your graphics design business effectively. He discusses how business referrals and recommendations work and how to use them. He also mentions the significance of having an online presence and showcasing your work through websites, portfolios, social media, stock sites, and other means of advertisements like google business, together with how to access and use them to attract customers. Tolu pinpoints how to showcase past projects, workspaces, and tools in the gig economy and the need for consistency and sharing your inspirational source with the world. Finally, he emphasizes why designers should set realistic goals, take up projects they excel at, how to engage those who offer complementary services, and the habit of business cards for promotional purposes.
May 17, 2021
Overview of The Different Types of Graphic Design
There are loads of Graphic design opportunities out there. Now is the time to understand them and choose one that would set you apart and get you recommended for more jobs. Tolu shares graphic design opportunities and functions in this episode. He explains how Visual identity graphic designers project brands by understanding and using colors, fonts, logos, and taglines peculiar to that brand to make it easily recognizable. He shares how marketing and advertising graphic designers try to catch people’s attention more quickly.  He mentions User-interphase graphic designers that are generously rewarded after designing experiences that people can connect to on apps and websites. He shares other editorial opportunities as a publications graphic designer or packaging graphic designer who works closely with printers to create designs for packaging new products. Finally, he talks about Emotion graphic designers who create those loveable animations and gifs closely related to Illustration graphic designers, but not the same. Let’s not forget Environmental graphic designers that create wall art for the ambiance of buildings.
May 10, 2021
Introduction to Graphic Design Styles
What’s the next thing we tend to do after choosing a name for our brand? A logo. We definitely need basic graphic design knowledge to create that. In this episode, Tolu introduces us to basic graphic design styles. He explains the need to get started with a Graphic Design tool and understand the terms of use. He also shares web apps that can get you started. Tolu also outlines great graphic design styles: Art Deco, which is used by luxury and travel brands. It uses a lot of geometric shapes. Art Nouveau is more whimsical and romantic looking. The Psychedelic design is what we mostly have come to appreciate on concert posters and album covers with its clashing colors and eccentric fonts. He also talks about the Punk design, American Kitsch, and Swiss style, and he finishes with the popular Minimalist style that displays clean, crisp, high-quality images. He also mentions the 3-D design style that is used in the gaming and tech world.
May 03, 2021
How to Improve Productivity by Being Proactive While Working From Home With Alexis Haselberg
Today, our guest is Alexis Haselberg, a trained management and productivity coach. Alexis discusses her career trajectory, from working in an office to transitioning into a work-from-home mum. She mentions various attributes and skills needed to work from home, the psychological aspects of being productive, and how everyone can efficiently achieve their goals using less time. She also discusses the usual problems people face working from home, how they affect productivity, and surefire ways to solve them. She shares loads of tips to increase your productivity, including her brilliant 'one-touch rule' and using the environment and a routine to help you get motivated.
March 08, 2021
Tips and Strategies that will make Working From Home Easier
How can you make working from home undemanding and simpler?  Today, Tolu highlights techniques that will make working from home effortless. He emphasizes the benefits of having a dedicated workspace at home, setting daily realistic goals, and employing task management tools, widgets, reminders, notepads, and apps, citing various examples. He also explains how to plan a work day/week properly, together with various attributes involved, and how to harmonize them to get work done. Tolu also talks about how to reduce distractions while working, the disadvantages of multitasking, and the benefits of taking breaks and power naps.
March 01, 2021
Building a Start Up From Home with Dom Einhorn
Dom Einhorn started working remotely at a time when the internet was still referred to as “the information superhighway” and assumed to be a fad. But he was convinced that the internet would transcend any other technology in the world and kept going. Today, Dom is the Founder and CEO of UNIQORN Incubator-Accelerator, a multinational company that assists start-up entrepreneurs in getting into the technology space. Dom shares his journey as a young entrepreneur in France back in 1993 who moved to the USA to start his business. He talks about mistakes new entrepreneurs make: Being so excited about creating their product and ignoring similar products on the market. He explains “the lone wolf syndrome,” where people isolate themselves while building a business without surrounding themselves with a team of people with complementary skill sets. He also discusses the importance of grit, discipline, and resilience in executing business ideas. He encourages budding entrepreneurs to search themselves by asking: What would I be doing if I didn’t get paid? Can I turn that into a business for myself?
February 22, 2021
How to Manage Work From Home Staff with John C Morley
Today, our guest is John C Morley, an engineer and entrepreneur, talk show host, and the founder of THE JMOR Connection - an IT company and remote engagement specialist. John shares the history and muse behind some of his business ideas and the motivation, enthusiasm, and passion that come with owning your own business. He also talks about his transition from working from the office to working from home. In this episode, John discusses ways to handle work-from-home concerns, such as how managers can monitor and create seamless relationships with their staff, create efficient hybrid work environments, and handle data security/privacy issues in a work-from-home environment. He shares how his company helps other businesses increase efficiency and manage their work-from-home situations better. He also shares resources needed to sustain a work-from-home environment.
February 15, 2021
How to do SEO for Small Businesses
Online visibility is crucial to the success of a business, and SEO, when done the right way, can give your business the visibility it needs to become more valuable. Do you need SEO? Is it always necessary? Tolu answers these questions using basic and relatable analogies to explain what SEO means, what it does for you, and whether your business needs it. He also shares a step-by-step plan on the first things to do as a work-from-home or small business owner to ensure your business ranks on Google. He shares professional tips and methods on how to get started with Google my business, rank for important keywords on Google, and the type of keywords to use based on your type of business and the type of deals you want to bring in. Tolu also gives a deep dive into the world of keywords and explains the things that must be done by a business owner before keywords and SEO, in general, can be effective. This episode will give you the necessary knowledge to make your business more visible and valuable. You also get a free SEO audit by simply sending him a DM or clicking the link below.
February 01, 2021
How to Build a Work From Home NGO with Dr. Omotola Adeyemi.
Can you build a NGO while working from home? Dr. Omotola Adeyemi, the CEO of The Funding Magnet and an NGO specialist, joins us in this episode. She shares her background growing up and its influence on her attitude, disposition, and success. She also discusses how she started in the non-profit sphere, starting her NGO from the dorm while simultaneously studying for a master’s degree, and her concern for child education development. Furthermore, she discusses her experience, challenges, and lessons from starting an NGO in Nigeria while living in the United States. She also mentions foundational ingredients needed to start and run a non-profit at home and discusses how she helps individuals build profitable, sustainable, impact-driven NGOs. As a work-from-home enthusiast, she shares tips on scheduling methods for work-at-home mothers, how to work long hours, and how to use music and sleep as relaxation techniques.
January 25, 2021
Sarah St John's Work From Home Journey
Sarah St John discusses her transition from her photography business to her travel agency business before settling on her podcast, Frugalpreneur: Building a Business on a Bootstrap Budget. She has had great reviews and has since evolved her podcasts into interviews with business minds in various online businesses who share their business tips and tricks. She explains the benefits of podcasts in businesses as search engines and avenues for networking. She also lists things you need to start your own podcast:  a pro microphone, computer, speaker, software app for recording solo episodes for free, and recommends affordable plans under $100 to get started effectively. Sarah advises outsourcing some production processes like transcriptions, show notes, and social media images. She also recommends some podcast services for finding guests. Don’t miss her giveaway PDF versions of 3 of her books at the end of this episode.
January 18, 2021
How to Stay Healthy From Home with Dr. Wesley Fox
Health is wealth is a very correct statement and as such it's always a great idea to get more tips on how to stay healthy. Dr. Wesley Fox is a functional Medical Doctor and was able to move his practice solely online before the pandemic and has been able to serve a host of people all around the world because of his limitless accessibility. In this episode, he gives us some insight on staying healthier and some tips on improving our body function by making small adjustments to our everyday lives. Connect with Dr. Wesley Fox on the following links: Website Facebook Instagram
January 11, 2021
How to Brand Your Business as a Freelancer in 2021
Welcome to the year 2021! While the previous year has its tragedy and all, I still feel positive about getting started with the new year! As such, in this episode, I offer some guidance about branding your business appropriately for the year 2021 as a freelancer. I follow my line of thought from two perspectives that I believe are integral for your business: First Perspective: Target Audience Skills Authority Second Perspective Website Social Media Show Personality Take a listen to have a better understanding of what I mean :)
January 04, 2021
See You in 2021
In this really short episode, I talk about how we should stay strong despite whatever 2020 has thrown at us, the importance of taking rest and how I am very excited to connect with everyone in the year 2021.
December 28, 2020
Building Wealth for Freelancers with Derick Van Ness
In this great episode with Derick Van Ness, there are lots of tips to hold on to including how spending more can help us save more and why we should treat our freelancing business as we would treat a regular business because it is in fact, a business. One thing though that most people will resonate with is the fact that deciding to work from home can be a great risk. Derick shared his own strategy for starting the Work from Home life. He shared his story of how he slowly build a business from home as a side hustle till when it made more sense to quit his regular job. Below are links to his free book and ways to contact Derick Free Book Website Facebook Instagram
December 21, 2020
Using Play to Transform Work with Jeff Harry
I talk with Jeff on this post who has been helping fortune 500 company teams find their work flow through play. He helps people realize how work is so easy and can be connected to all the things that they love to do. He shares his story of how landing his dream job wasn't so satisfying as he would have expected and how that pushed him to start a Lego based learning company that easily became the best in the states. To connect with Jeff, use any of the links below: Get on a Call with Jeff Website Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Medium YouTube TikTok  
December 14, 2020
The Right Attitude to Freelancing
In this episode, I evaluate attitude with respect to freelancing. I discussed the three most important people to a freelancer which are oneself, the client and collaborators who can be other team members, platform support or whoever is also always in contact with the freelancer. The key takeaways are on the topic of positive mindset and responsibility. I hope you enjoy this episode and hope you can give me a 5-star rating on your preferred platform. Thanks
December 07, 2020
Zsófia Bányai on How to Simplify Work Processes
Zsófia considers herself a Digital Nomad because she loves traveling with her work. She helps busy professionals create work processes that ensure they can smoothly work with freelancers who will be able to easily understand their processes as well as possible. She also looks to automate tasks and hire high-quality freelancers to help make her clients' projects a reality. She touches on the factors of minimizing errors and building trust, as well as the gut feeling that comes with meeting new freelancers and clients while working from home. Zsófia has some high-quality freebies that every business will find useful. Links to her free resources and ways to reach here are all linked below Free Resources Facebook Instagram LinkedIn
November 30, 2020
Carol Lempert Talks About Optimizing Your Presentation Skills Like a Movie Star
In this episode, Carol Lempert, who has featured in such movies as Bless The Child as well as TV Seris, The Wonderful World of Disney brings her enchanting personality from the Movie Screens to the boardroom. She has built an intriguing career helping people understand and build better communication skills so that they can become promotable and become great team leaders. She shares her experience on how she started to use her acting and storytelling skills to help people overcome stage fright. This has been a major driving force and I can tell that it creates a big sense of fulfillment for carol when she helps anyone become better speakers, storytellers, and better performers in from of a screen especially as we are in this COVID-era. I totally enjoyed talking with Carol and I assure you that you all will also enjoy this episode. To connect with Carol, use any of the links below: Website LinkedIn Facebook Twitter
November 23, 2020
Chris, The Self-Made Web Designer, Shares his Story
Chris talked about how he was able to kickstart a web design business as a side hustle after a broken marriage that adversely affected his income. Chris talks about how he learned web design from scratch and how he started getting clients six months in and then turning it from a side hustle to the main business. He now trains people on how to become web designers at their own pace. He gives an easy to understand explanation of how to set the right boundaries for work as well as how to maintain relationships and weigh risks when it comes to clients. Ways to Contact Chris: Website
November 16, 2020
Clare Solly's Non-Fiction Writing and Self-Publishing Journey
Clare has had a lot of experience in various niches and this has definitely helped her grow so much. From being a wedding planning vendor to not only writing her first book but also self-publishing it, Clare shares her interesting work from home journey. Clare is currently holding retreats for people who would like to write and self-publish their books. She has so far helped a couple of people write their first book in just one weekend. Feel free to watch her webinar and contact her using any of the links below. Webinar Facebook Instagram
November 09, 2020
How to Protect Your Data from Hackers
In this episode, I talked about the top tips for ensuring that you stay secure and prevent online hacks as much as possible. I talked about how to prevent hacks by ensuring that use a really solid antivirus that has a robust set of features. I also talked about using a good password manager and also some best practices for link clicking. You don't just click on any link in your email because they might contain malware or other viruses that is meant to hack your computer. You also don't download hacked software online because they can compromise the security of your computer. I gave a Black Friday tip that can make as much savings as possible during the deals that would be going around. Download my Upwork Readiness Checklist here Connect With Me on Social Media
November 02, 2020
Jennifer Tamborski shares Virtual Assistant and Marketing Tips
In this Episode, Jennifer talks about how she started a Virtual Assistant business back in 2005 even when it wasn't a thing just yet.   She talked about how her passion and drive to build a successful work from home business gave her the edge that she needed to make the business successful and also shares how she was able to transition the business to providing marketing services based on all the experience she got over the years.   Jennifer is definitely a wealth of knowledge and I respect how much tips she has been able to compress into this short episode.   Feel free to connect with her using the following links: Facebook Instagram LinkedIn
October 26, 2020
Laura Gariepy's Freelance Writing Journey
In Episode 24, Laura Gariepy shares her story on how she decided to quit her 9-5 job so she can work full time from home.  Her journey took her from growing a blog to being paid in one of her first guest blog posts. She has since grown her business and shares how networking with people is at the core of her business growth. To connect with Laura, use the links below: Website Before You go Freelance Mini Coaching Session Twitter LinkedIn
October 19, 2020
Daniel Rosehill Shares his Ghostwriting Journey
In this episode, Daniel shares his experience as a Ghostwriter and gave some insight into how to grow a ghostwriting business. He talked about how he got started and how the pandemic has increased the influx of Ghostwriters as well as how clients are making more stringent rules that don't favor the Ghostwriters. Connect with him on the following platforms: Website LinkedIn Medium
October 12, 2020
How to Stay Productive While Working From Home
In this episode, I talked about how to stay productive while working from home because as a freelancer and work from home dad, I have gone through my fair share of not being able to stay focused. I did some more research, applied them, and came with my suggestions on how to nail working from home and avoiding distractions. Some of the things you will notice in this episode are the following: - Have a dedicated workspace - List the most important stuff you need to get done - Create time chunks for work - Get rid of things that could distract you for the time you need to get work done - Inculcate a reward system - Add activities that will help you stay focused like listening to music   I also gave a bonus app recommendation that you will have to listen to in the episode   As promised here are links to the resources mentioned in this episode Upwork Readiness Checklist Book a Free Clarity Session with Me
October 05, 2020
Becoming an Authority in your Field with Simone Vicenzi
In this Episode, Simone Vicenzi tells us about how he started his Event Business, shares his work from home experience, and talks on how people can become an authority in their field. He is well rounded and I enjoyed talking with him on this episode. Some of the key points are these: - You are not an authority because you say you are, you are an authority when people perceive you as one. - You always have to show up. Consistency is key. - You can accelerate the process of being seen as an authority by appearing in reputable media platforms. - When you keep the knowledge to yourself, no one will understand the scope of what you know.   Here are links for resources and ways to connect with Simone: Expert Checklist Explode Your Expert Biz Facebook Group Explode Your Exper Biz Show Simone on Facebook Simone on Instagram Simone on Twitter
September 28, 2020
How Stefan Palios Started a Work From Home Business During The Pandemic
In this episode, Stefan Palios shares how he was able to start a successful work from home business during the pandemic after a massive layoff at his previous work place.   We also discussed some of the things he had to put in place as well as some of the gadgets and apps that he uses to ensure that he stays on top of his game.   Stefan also shares some tips on marketing your work from home business.   To reach out to Stefan, use any of the links below. The 50 Laws of Freelancing Remotely Inclined Twitter LinkedIn
September 21, 2020
Ep 19 - Pivoting During The pandemic With Billy Thorpe
Billy Thorpe shares his experience from being a 9-5 worker to becoming a work from home entrepreneur. He especially shares his journey from starting a screen-printing business to suffering a setback during the pandemic and then how he was able to make money from other streams of income. Listen to his podcast and connect with Billy using the following links Podcast LinkedIn Facebook Instagram
September 14, 2020
Ep 18 - Optimizing the Work From Home Office
In the 18th Episode of The Work From Home Podcast, I touched on some of the things people need to put in place so they can have an effective and functional home office that will not impede productivity. A quick overview of the points made in this episode include having a dedicated work space, ergonomic desk and chair as well as functional gadgets. To download my Upwork readiness checklist, please click here To book a work from home clarity session, please click here Thanks everyone.A quick overview of the points made in this episode include having a dedicated work space, ergonomic desk and chair as well as functional gadgets. To download my Upwork readiness checklist, please click here To book a work from home clarity session, please click here Thanks everyone.
September 07, 2020
Ep 17 - Optimizing Your Gut Health with Cheryl Meyer
In this episode, I discussed with Cheryl Meyer, award-winning author, and podcaster about her work from the home journey as well as her journey to recovery from a really bad condition that the Doctors couldn't place their hands on. She shares her wealth of knowledge and I can't overemphasize how important I believe it is to add her podcast to your weekly playlist and start making the changes that your body will always thank you for down the line. Links It feels good to feel good podcast 20 Hidden Signs You Aren't As Healthy As You Think Cheryl's Website Amazon Author Page
August 31, 2020
Ep 16 - Top Productivity Apps for Working From Home
In the 16th episode of The Work From Home Podcast, I talked about some of the best productivity apps for working from home. Working from home can be quite distracting but we also can't deny that it can be a blessing especially when properly maximized. In this episode, I did a quick overview of some of my top productivity tools. Did I miss a tool? Let me know in the comments section. The Apps I mentioned in this podcast are: Last Pass Google / One Drive Zoom / Google Meet Setmore Asana / Monday / Todoist / Trello Toggl Workplace If you will like to download my free Upwork readiness checklist, please use this link If you will like to book a free clarity session, please click here
August 24, 2020
Ep 15 - A Brief Discussion on the Home Office, Native Office, and Staying Fit with Raj Anapuzha
I and Raj, in the 15th Episode of The Work From Home Podcast, discussed and considered various things around working from the office and from home. We considered some advantages and disadvantages for both work environments and Raj also gave us an insight into his work from home business. Raj also did let us know about his fitness lifestyle and podcast. The links to keep in touch with Raj are below. Podcast WhatsApp Group Facebook Group Twitter
August 17, 2020
Ep 14 - Five Ways to Promote a Work From Home Business
While recording, I named this episode five ways to start a work from home business but ended up talking about five ways to promote a work from home business. This episode will be a great resource for people who are selling at a small scale and have not figured out how to scale their business because they feel they don't have a shop to sell from. You can use the golden tips that I shared here to promote your business and get new people buying from you. As I mentioned, today, August 10th, is my wedding anniversary and you can tell that I am super excited but I still have to make content for my listeners. Here's the link to download my Upwork Readiness Checklist
August 10, 2020
Ep 13 - Automation Tips for Freelancers and Other Businesses With Richard Matthews
In the 13th episode, Richard Matthews talks about how he uses automation and documentations to improve his business process as well as those of his clients.  He has a rather interesting story about starting the work from home lifestyle, taking an actual office job, and then coming back bigger to the work from home lifestyle. He now works from his RV-home and has staff from various parts of the world.   To Connect with Richard, use the following links: Website Facebook Instagram Twitter   Use the referral code SAVEDBYTOLU at to get a 10% discount on your Podcast Management Subscription.
August 03, 2020
Ep 12 - The Top Companies Transiting to Working From Home
In Episode 12 of The Work From Home Podcast, I share information about the top companies, globally and locally, who are transitioning to working from home and what the experience feels like for most of these companies.   I also share my experience with a younger namesake who thought his account was hacked on his online schooling platform.   If you want to book a clarity session to weigh your work from home chances, please reach out to me today at   During the free 30-minute call, we will weigh your work from home chances and provide clarity as to your best point of entry into the work from home space.
July 27, 2020
Ep 11 - Starting Your Podcast with Dave Stewart
For the eleventh episode, I have a chat with Dave Stewart, who himself runs two podcasts; wetflyswing and outdoors online.   He is such an interesting personality and I have given my word to listen to the outdoors online podcast because it's so great!   Dave shares his insight as to why podcasts are a great idea and why anyone who seems to be a thought leader should consider starting their own podcast.   You can connect with Dave on the following platforms: Instagram Twitter Facebook   To join Dave's 30-day challenge for starting a podcast, use this link
July 20, 2020
Ep 10 - Branding Tips for Freelancers and Remote Workers
A lot of freelancers, especially those starting out in the work from home space, do not understand how the power of properly branding themselves sets them apart from every other person that is doing what they do. Branding is very important and can help to properly position you as it helps your prospective clients not only find you but also understand and see your strengths and passion. In this episode, I give some tips that will help freelancers, and other work from home experts properly be set up for brand visibility and start a journey that will let clients trust and connect with their brand. To book a free 30 minute call with me for a work from home clarity session where we will discuss how you can start or scale your work from home business, please click here.In this episode, I give some tips that will help freelancers, and other work from home experts properly be set up for brand visibility and start a journey that will let clients trust and connect with their brand. To book a free 30 minute call with me for a work from home clarity session where we will discuss how you can start or scale your work from home business, please click here.
July 13, 2020
Ep 9 - Fixing Underlying Problems to Enable Life Success with Donna Ferguson
In the ninth episode, Donna Ferguson from Australia talks about some important tips for ensuring our progress in life. She also provided a highlight as to how she helps people find and fix problems they never thought were there in the first place because they have been buried deep down but tend to cloud their lives and really influence a number of bad decisions that they make in life. She gives an explanation of why getting a business Coach is a great decision to help boost your decision-making process and offer invaluable guidance especially when it's a Coach you resonate with. Here are links you will need to connect with Donna and get access to her resources: Connect with Donna on Facebook Connect with Donna on LinkedIn Book a Free Call With Donna Unique Vibrations WebsiteShe gives an explanation of why getting a business Coach is a great decision to help boost your decision-making process and offer invaluable guidance especially when it's a Coach you resonate with. Here are links you will need to connect with Donna and get access to her resources: Connect with Donna on Facebook Connect with Donna on LinkedIn Book a Free Call With Donna Unique Vibrations Website
July 06, 2020
Ep 8 - How to Set Up Your Home Office
In the eight episode of The Work From Home Podcast, I explained all the important things that need to be put in place when setting up an home office. I explained from the perspective of a Nigerian where power supply is not regular nor, internet speed and connectivity guaranteed. Good thing is, if you applied this anywhere else in the world, you would be setting up a top class home office . I came at this using personal experience that I have gathered for over three years service clients all around the world from home and burrowed experience that I saw from my mentor who has been working from home for over 15 years. This is one of those episodes that will help anyone tremendously. If you will like me to shed some light on whether working from home is a great fit for you, you can sign up for me free clarity session at You can also join my Facebook community where I provide free support to people who already are, or are looking to build a work from home business  at
June 29, 2020
Ep 7 - Free Relationship Advise from Roman Mironov
In episode 7, I chat with Roman whos is a Russian living in Canada and a relationship coach who has come from the point where he has had a lot of sweet and bitter experience in relationships. He decided to become a relationship coach after deciding that he wouldn't like to see others go through the especially avoidable mistakes that can destroy relationships. Roman Mironov shared his experience with starting off his work from home business and how he's able to choose his marketing strategy. He also gives free advice and a very limited offer for those who would love to have him be their relationship coach. Connect with Roman Website: YouTube: Podcast: Instagram: LinkedIn: Facebook: Twitter: You can reach him on your preferred platform to book your free breakthrough session!
June 22, 2020
Ep 6 - Serving Others from Home with Ryan Stanley
In this interview, Ryan talks about helping people who serve connect with their right audience and help them serve better. He talks us through how he had to transit from working outside of the home to working from home and how this has helped him match his life goals. He talks about how people who are passionate are not so great in selling their services and how his service is especially tailored to helping people who serve other do so, even better. He is very passionate about what he does and gives two free resources that you can benefit from: Be patient, Be present, Be joyful free e-book Teach me to sell free webinar Here are other resources that you can connect to: Teach Me to Sell Website Be patient, Be preset, Be joyful paper book You can connect with Ryan on the following platforms: Ryan's Website Connect with Ryan on Facebook Connect with Ryan on Twitter Connect with Ryan on Instagram Connect with Ryan on LinkedIn
June 15, 2020
Ep 5 - Why Upwork is the Best Freelancing Platform
In this episode, I talk about the reasons why I consider Upwork to be the best freelancing platform. I cover things that freelancers and clients need to do to look there best on the platform while offering advice that relate to authenticity as well as being simplistic so that people can easily understand you. My freelancing course + mentorship package is still available at
June 08, 2020
Ep 4 - An Overview of the Top Three Freelancing Platforms
In the fourth episode of my podcast, I talk about my personal list of top three freelancing platforms. I collated my thoughts using personal experience and the experiences of friends that have used the platform at one point or the other. There are some valuable lessons in the episode especially if you looking to get on any of these platforms in the nearest future. To check if you are eligible for my online course and mentorship package, please go to
June 01, 2020
Ep 3 - My Journey from Tech Blogger to Top Rated Freelancer
In this episode, I talked about how I was able to start freelancing. My Journey from running my own tech blog to getting my first gig to being able to scale my freelancing business yearly. If you will like to join my freelancing course and mentorship program, please fill the form at
May 25, 2020
Ep 2 - Becoming a World Class Freelance Writer
In this episode, I discuss with and MSN Africa featured Freelance Writer Oludami on his journey with Freelancing. He is also offering a massive discount for my fans for a limited time only to teach you the secrets of how he became a multiple three-figure freelance writer in just three years.
May 18, 2020
Ep 1 - Comparing the Home Office and the Native Office
In this episode, I discuss the pros and cons of working from home and working from a native office. I also provide a way to help you determine what would work best for you.
May 11, 2020