Business strategist and digital visionary Nathalie Lussier is an award-winning entrepreneur who inspires you to re-imagine what’s possible in your business with each episode of the Off The Charts Business Podcast. Nathalie’s topics range from tech tools to grow your business and book reviews that you take action on in both your personal life and your company. She shares her experience running a multi-six figure business and the goal-setting, mindset, and productivity skills required to get there, and beyond. Each episode is a short focused burst on a relevant topic for women entrepreneurs and the men who love them. She gets honest about location independence, email list building and online marketing, how to launch digital products, website creation, business management, and her top recommended online business resources. Nathalie Lussier started making web sites when she was 12 years old, and graduated with a degree in Software Engineering and a job offer from Wall Street. In a gutsy move, she turned down this job to start her own business right out of college. Today, Nathalie helps thousands of people all over the world use digital strategy to match their ambition, and has been featured in Forbes, Inc., Fast Company, Venture Beat, Mashable, Business Insider, Yahoo! Finance, and Under 30 CEO.
The Idea Succession Dynamic™ and Closing Loops
In this episode, I’m talking about why it’s so important to close loops in your business. I also talk about what that process might look like. Many of us are very creative, idea-focused entrepreneurs. We’re really great at creating amazing products, services, and tools. But sometimes, you just have to step back and take a…
How to Generate and Capture The Best Ideas Every Day
This episode is all about how to capture your best ideas for business… and I’m sharing with you my latest project that’s designed to help! It’s all founded on the belief that: Ideas are a natural resource. The more ideas you come up with and use, the more ideas you get. Of course this only…
When Is It Time To Let Go Of an Unprofitable Idea?
In today’s episode, we’re talking about unprofitable ideas. Those tricky products, projects, or ideas that just don’t seem to be taking off like you expected or hoped. And more specifically, we’re addressing how to know when you should stick it out…and when it’s time to just let go and move on. In our society, we…
Nicole Roberts Jones: The 17 Year, Overnight Success
Our guest today is Nicole Roberts Jones, who shares her 17-year journey to becoming an overnight success. I really love Nicole’s story because it’s full of realism and practical considerations. Although she’d been an entrepreneur for 23 years, it took Nicole 17 of those years to actually start turning a profit. What finally changed? Nicole realized that a…
How Client Avatars Can Sabotage Your Marketing
Hey there, and welcome to today’s Off The Charts episode! We are diving into customer avatars and the reasons why they might actually sabotage your marketing, instead of helping you discover and meet up with your ideal clients. Our guest is Hillary Rubin, a wonderful entrepreneur who’s focused on helping other professionals really learn the…
One Simple Rule for Investing In Your Business To Financially Breathe Easier
Today’s episode is a very fun and special one because it concerns cash flow and money in your business. And the great thing is that my guest today, Justin Krane, is actually a professional money strategist for business owners. In this episode, we hear some amazing insights from Justin about the type of things we…
This is a a great show. I particularly enjoyed the recent episode about hiring. I love that they embrace parenting as part of business.
Short & Sweet
What I love about Nathalie’s podcast is they are extremely short and useful. If you don’t have 30 – 40 mins to listen to longer podcasts then these are perfect for bite size morsels of thinking that range from 5 – 15 mins. I like listening to a few of hers while I’m getting ready in the morning. I like listening to the more in depth podcasts when driving as I’m not multitasking.
Interview with Amy
Super podcast with Amy Wright on delegation. She gave an easy process to figure out how to approach this. Thanks!