Claire Pelletreau was just starting to grow her side business as a Facebook ad and marketing consultant when her full-time job disappeared. Desperate to land enough clients just to pay the bills, she was disappointed at how difficult it was to find real tactical advice that would help actually her get paid month to month. The Get Paid Podcast is Claire’s attempt to pull back the curtain on the reality of running an online business. All these people pulling in “six figures” - how are they ACTUALLY doing it? What kind of money do they take home after expenses? What are those expenses, anyway? Are they truly “solopreneurs” or are they supported by a team? What does that team do for them? How are they marketing their offerings and growing their lists? How long did it take to get to where they are? You’ll discover how different entrepreneurs get paid and what it costs them to bring in that money.
Rachel Luna: Breast Cancer and The Power of Journaling
In this episode of the Get Paid Podcast, Rachel Luna took me on a wild tour sharing her values, beliefs, and how they’re in alignment with her identity. Rachel talked about the relationship between the power of your mind, brain, and manifestation, and how it all played out during her cancer diagnosis and recovery. And then we got into the one topic I’ve never discussed in depth with a guest: God.
Elizabeth Goddard: Voxer Office Hours + Adopting 2 Under 2
In this episode, Lizzy and I had a truly raw conversation on parenting, adoption, and business. Lizzy generously shared the challenges she faces running her business and raising a family, how she effectively grew her business with Convertkit, and how she makes massive sales with evergreen funnels, how she made sales from over 20 different courses and in a year, and how jumped from charging $347 to $5,500 in six months.
Alex Hillman: "One Business That's Thriving and One That's Dying"
In this episode, Alex Hillman of Indy Hall (Philly’s oldest coworking space) and I delve deep into the reality of running two dramatically different businesses before and during a pandemic. He explains the importance of understanding your community, how to be directly involved in their progress, and why he and his business partner choose to focus on being great teachers instead of being all about the profit, and sustaining a coworking space during a pandemic.
Stephanie Taylor: Does An $800K Year Change You?
On this episode of the Get Paid Podcast, Stephanie takes Claire on a wild tour (really!) of the world of property management, shares how her almost 7-figure year has changed her as a person, and walks us through the messiest launch in the history of this show (and how it changed her life).
Sabrina Torres: She'll Do Your Sales Calls!
Sabrina Torres stands out in a crowd. With her unique point of view about the power of organic growth, engaging content, bold colors, and coffee (lots and lots of coffee), she started Be Truly Social, a social media marketing and sales company that helps business owners around the globe by making their social media pop in a busy online world.
Lattice Hudson: Elevation to Success
Lattice is a business coach, leadership mentor and social sales expert. She’s on a mission to help women make more money, and increase their impact while living a life that they love. “A woman with wealth, is a woman with power.” She specializes in helping online coaches scale past the coveted 6-figure mark by leveraging high-ticket, evergreen group coaching offers. In her free time, she enjoys relaxing on the beach, dancing to the latest Tik Tok trend, and investing in digital real estate online!
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OMG WHERE HAVE I BEEN?!
YESSSSSSS where has this been in my life?! Or where have I been to have missed this glorious ness?
Just finished listening to Elizabeth Goddard’s episode and have never jumped as quickly to respond to a podcast in my life.
Thank you both for your brutal honesty about the glorious and the depressing parts of being a successful business owner in these times. It feels ridiculous to even write that sentence but those who listened know what I mean.
You rock and I’m grateful for your brilliance.
Where has she been all my life?
I have been in online marketing for a really long time and it wasn’t until March/April of this year that I discovered this Podcast. I really appreciate the transparency, the passion that comes through from Claire (and guests when she has them). Highly recommend it, you will be able to learn and implement a lot.
Love this Podcast
I listen Every time a new episode comes out and some episodes I listen to more than once. This is a great podcast. Entertaining and informative! Thank you Claire for all your hard work, it is not unnoticed.