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#28: Humility as a Leader with Ian Roth

Scott 06/03/2020

“Sometimes the worst decision you can make is not making a decision at all.” – Ian Roth Ian Roth is a Company Commander in the US Army and the host of two podcasts: Talking Llama and Get Heard. Talking Llama is a podcast about podcasting and provides valuable information to those looking to get involved in this space, and Get Heard draws on the experiences of Ian’s guests to provide listeners with ways to become better leaders and communicators. In our wide-ranging conversation, we discuss ideas for improving your podcast’s discoverability on Apple Podcasts; humility as a leader and other […]

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#27: First Month with VA

Scott 05/30/2020

In this week’s solo episode, I’m going to give you updates, strategies, potential pitfalls and key tips around my first month working with a virtual assistant.   Podcasts and other recommendations worth checking out: Travis Marziani’s YouTube Channel: Travis’s videos about creating systems to outsource work to VAs have been an absolute god-send! This video is a great place to start, and his incredible FREE Google Doc details step-by-step how to hire a VA. Episode #9: How to Create Systems to Outsource Time-Sucking Tasks This previous episode details hoe you can create systems to manage workers effectively Episode #17: How […]

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#26: Bringing Food Products to Market with Rich McWatt

Scott 05/27/2020

“Keep moving forward.” – Rich McWatt Rich McWatt is a team lead for product development at Food Spring, one of the largest and fastest-growing targeted nutrition businesses in Europe. He has been working in food nutrition for 15+ years and is dedicated to finding solutions to nutrition problems, both in his professional and personal lives. Prior to joining German-based Food Spring in early 2019, Rich was co-founder and product developer at BrainWorks: a brain health snacks company. At BrainWorks, he was heavily involved with and responsible for numerous areas of the business, including product development, food manufacturing and food packaging, to name just […]

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#25: How To Reach Out To “Big Name Guests” (Even When You’ve Got Little To Offer)

Scott 05/23/2020

“How do you reach out to your guests?”; “How do you bring them to your podcast?”; “What are your strategies?” In this week’s solo episode, I’m going to share with you how to get that “big name guest” on your podcast with these two very different paths.   These strategies have helped me and I’m sure they can do the same for you too! Podcasts and other recommendations worth checking out: Growth Mindset University with Jordan Paris: Jordan is one of my favourite podcasters right now and his podcast has featured many fantastic guests, including Mark Manson, Derek Sivers and […]

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#24: Boot Buddy Dragons’ Den Investment with Arminder Singh Dhillon

Scott 05/20/2020

“Your customers are the best resource you have” – Arminder Singh Dhillon Arminder Singh Dhillon (@armindersinghdhillon01) is the inventor and co-founder of Boot Buddy: a cleaning product range for footwear which helps “leave the outdoors outside”. In 2016, Arminder and his family sought investment on Dragons’ Den, and at age 15, Arminder became the youngest entrepreneur ever to secure backing from Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden and Touker Suleyman! The Boot Buddy story is a wonderful combination of hard work, faith and improvement as Arminder and his family have continued to build on the product’s success. They have recently released a […]

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#23: How to Start Building a World-Class Network

Scott 05/16/2020

“There’s never been a better opportunity to network digitally!” In this week’s solo episode, I’m going to share with you four very specific and actionable tips that I’ve used to start building a network of business owners, entrepreneurs and mentors. These are people that helped me both personally and professionally, and you can start building a network like this too! Podcasts and other recommendations worth checking out: Growth Mindset University with Jordan Paris: Jordan is one of my favourite podcasters right now and I’ve appropriated tip #1 directly from him! His podcast has featured many fantastic guests, including Mark Manson, […]

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#22: Mental Health & Fitness with Sophie Grace Jackson

Scott 05/13/2020

“If you believe in something, you have to support it no matter what.” – Sophie Grace Jackson Sophie Grace Jackson (@sophiiegrace)  is a fitness enthusiast, writer and one of 3 UK ambassadors for Tone and Sculpt: a community which is helping thousands of women across the world feel strong & empowered. Having started to take her fitness more seriously in April 2017, Sophie initially lost 2 stone and is now transitioning into building lean muscle through the process of ‘bulking’. She’s overcome many mental hurdles along the way and is continuing to grow her supportive fan base, all whilst planning for her […]

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#21: My 20 Favourite Books of All Time

Scott 05/09/2020

Welcome to episode 21 of Entrepreneurs Can Party! In this week’s episode, I share my 20 favourite books of all time and rank them in descending order. (This was extremely difficult!) Enjoy and if you’re able to share YOUR recommendations with me, I would love to hear them! The list of my favourite 20 books (in no particular order for these shownotes): The 4-Hour Work Week by @timferrisInfluence by Robert CialdiniShoe Dog by Phil KnightThe Magic of Thinking Big by David SchartzAwareness by Anthony de MelloAnything You Want by @dereksiversMoney: Master the Game by @tonyrobbinsThirst by @scottharrisonNever Split the Difference by @chrisvossThe Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by @markmansonSapiens by @yuval_noah_harariThe Tipping Point by @malcolmgladwellSetting the Table by @dhmeyerMan’s Search […]

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#20: Designing a Better Life with Christine Lieu

Scott 05/06/2020

“Care is the best marketing strategy you can have.”  – Christine Lieu Christine Lieu (@_clieu) is a graphic designer who’s traded in climbing the corporate ladder for climbing mountains around the world. With CL Designs​, she helps lifestyle & social impact businesses realise their vision through branding, web design & content creation. Having started her own streetwear apparel brand over 8 years ago, Christine’s career took many turns before she decided to ditch the corporate world. She jetted off to Greece first and then around the world for 8 months! After transitioning back into life as an entrepreneur, Christine’s design skills help […]

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How Much Does Podcasting Cost?

Scott 05/05/2020

With podcasting’s increasing popularity, podcasting costs are something I’m asked about a LOT. So here it is; a breakdown of all my podcasting costs to date. It’s split into two very distinct sections: One-off podcasting costs and recurring monthly costs. If your podcast is just a hobby, there are ways to spend very little money. And towards the end of this post, I’ll give you a breakdown of what a very low-budget podcast setup might look like. For me, though, I see podcasting as an investment of both time and money. Let’s begin! Recurring Monthly Costs Virtual Assistant: £200/month Buzzsprout […]

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