5 episodes

Rediscovering MainStreet is about helping business owners to reconnect with their customers, to put the relationship ahead of the transaction.
This podcast has been designed with the Bricks and Mortar Business Owner in mind. To create opportunities to hear from some of the best experts in the world of business, marketing, mental health for business owners and so much more.

Rediscovering Main Street Podcast Glenda Beagle: Business Coach and Podcaster

    • Marketing
    • 5.0, 2 Ratings

Rediscovering MainStreet is about helping business owners to reconnect with their customers, to put the relationship ahead of the transaction.
This podcast has been designed with the Bricks and Mortar Business Owner in mind. To create opportunities to hear from some of the best experts in the world of business, marketing, mental health for business owners and so much more.

    If you act closed you will be closed

    If you act closed you will be closed

    This is a tough time for being a business owner, but now is not the time to hang a closed sign on the door and take a break. If you act as if you are closed you WILL be closed when this is all over.Episode 5 Notes

    • 14 min
    Creating Compelling Copy with Melinda Martin

    Creating Compelling Copy with Melinda Martin

    • 21 min
    Done is Better than Perfect

    Done is Better than Perfect

    Have you found yourself hitting the pause button or even the stop button on a project or activity that would otherwise move your business forward? If you have, don't worry, you're not alone. This, unfortunately, is the default setting of far too many entrepreneurs. I hear it all the time, "but it's not perfect" or "I just need to get this one piece right. The reality is nothing in life is perfect.
    For complete show notes head over to www.glendabeagle.ca/rediscoveringmainstreet

    • 22 min
    Stop Hiding Behind Your Logo, How to create a personal brand

    Stop Hiding Behind Your Logo, How to create a personal brand

     
    I’ve never been a fan of the idea of considering myself a “personal brand”. When I hear that term I always think of people who either just want to be famous, are egotistical or simply completely narcissistic. 
    The reality is, a personal brand is the story you use to connect yourself with your audience. Your personal brand is the way they see you. The way you put yourself out to your audience. We all have a personal brand, the difference is, not all of us realize that we need to own and protect our brand. The personal brand story of the business owner is often what connects consumers with their product or service. Great examples of personal brands that are bigger than their product brands would be Elon Musk (Tesla), Steve Jobs (Apple) or Sarah Blakely (Spanx). The story of their vision, their why, their steps to make it happen, transcend the products that they are known for. 
    What is the personal story that you’re sharing with your audience? What piece of your genius are you sharing with your audience? In the end, it’s your story, your path, your genius that sets you apart from everyone else in the market. When creating your personal brand, you want to consider many things. Your personal interests, your ‘why’ of what you do and of course the business itself. You want to ensure they connect in some way. If you have contradicting brands (stories), it will leave your audience confused, and unsure if they can trust you. 
     
    The four top secrets to creating a personal brand are:


    1: Compelling Content that Resonates, You want to find the content that resonates with your audience. You want to use content to connect and resonate with your audience. 
    2: Build Meaningful Connections, your audience wants to be connected. They want to know that you aren’t perfect, that you are just like them - but perhaps a few steps ahead. They want to know what you do or sell is attainable to them, even if it requires a stretch. 
    3: Get in front of the Camera, this is a hard one for almost everyone I coach. We all have our fears and concerns about what we look, sound or move like. Getting in front of a camera allows our audience to connect with us on another level. People do business with people, not businesses or logos, getting in front of the camera allows you to humanize you. 
    4: Consistency, no matter how you connect, what platform you use or how you convey your content, do it consistently. It doesn’t matter how good your content is, if you aren’t consistent with the delivery, they won’t remember you or worse yet, won’t trust you if they do remember you. 
     
    Links Mentioned in this episode: 
    Sarah’s Website 

    • 29 min
    • video
    Let's Get Started

    Let's Get Started

    In this our very first episode, we are going to introduce you to what this podcast is all about, and what you can expect.

    • 13 min

Customer Reviews

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2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Elite Travel Journeys ,

When Glenda talks I listen

No only do I listen, but I write it down. Her desire to help small business owners grow their businesses are genuine. She listens to you but doesn’t tell you what you want to hear, she will tell you what you NEED to hear to take your business to the next level. Listen over and over again, as I get something new each time.

Salwalla14 ,

Glenda is a marketing and messaging genius.

Her advice is always straight to the point, cuts through options overwhelm to get clear on the next step and is always making me think how I can up level my own business based on her advice and outlook on business.

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