PART TWO - Video Content Calendar At this point it’s imperative to couple each video idea with a realistic business goal or objective that can be measured. These need to be goals to support your business – otherwise, why are you really doing all this work!?

Video Editorial Calendar Part Two

Last year we were so, so lucky to attend and film SoarCon16. Hosted by award-winning regional businesswomen’s community Soar Collective, this annual conference for action-oriented businesswomen is a practical day of learning and doing, not just another day of success stories.

Last year we were so, so lucky to attend and film the highlights. Hosted by award-winning regional businesswomen’s community Soar Collective.

Last year we were lucky enough to work with the gorgeous, hilarious and insanely sweet Kelly Lowdon of My Beach Kitchen. A total natural, this was her first time on camera – a bit of a dream becoming a reality after spending her childhood making mud pies and pretending she had her own cooking show!

Last year we were lucky enough to work with the gorgeous, hilarious and insanely sweet Kelly Lowdon of My Beach Kitchen as she made quick and easy muffins.

How important is video really to a marketing strategy?

Today we’re talking about how important is video to your marketing strategy. Hopefully you’re going to add video into your marketing strategies.

Reflecting on the last two years as we start heading into At the start of 2015 I put the final touches on my vision board and stuck it above my desk.

I sat down with Julia Makin for a (virtual, coffee-free) coffee date for a second time this week (because sometimes epic fails happen) and even though I’ve heard her favourite quote a few times now, every time I talk to her I find more funny, relatable and real truths in her story.

Either I do it now or I don't do it - Julia Makin

Julia Makin is a hilarious speaker I first saw in action at Soar Con, delighting the audience of female entrepreneurs with dad jokes, INXS lyrics and touching insight into her own journey, and the collective experience, of running a business.

Julia Makin is a hilarious speaker I first saw in action at Soar Con, delighting the audience of female entrepreneurs with dad jokes, INXS lyrics and touching insight into her own journey, and the collective experience, of running a business.

AN EPIC FAIL THAT MADE ME FEEL LIKE AN EPIC FAILURE.

8 Ways to Start a Life of Online Entrepreneurship Without Failing

What's on my mind heading into the New Year.

Reflecting on the last two years as we start heading into At the start of 2015 I put the final touches on my vision board and stuck it above my desk.

At the start of 2015 I put the final touches on my vision board and stuck it above the desk I made out of a bookshelf in my boyfriend’s already crowded, tiny office.   An A3 sheet of paper, covered in magazine cutouts and drawings, emblazoned with silver and gold glitter pens spelling out in the centre:  make money from being creative.

Reflecting on the last two years as we start heading into At the start of 2015 I put the final touches on my vision board and stuck it above my desk.

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