The Get Money Show features interviews with millionaire and billionaire entrepreneurs, and up and coming change makers in business and tech. It's hosted by Gwen Jimmere, CEO of Naturalicious Beauty, a beauty company sold in over 1200 retail stores including Ulta, Whole Foods, Sally Beauty and more. Got a question for Gwen? Email her at email@example.com.
How to Secure the (Investment) Bag w/John Hill
In this episode, we will discuss networking, investments, what is needed to be successful in raising capital and what are techstars and accelerators are looking for.
John Hill is the former Higher Education Evangelist at LinkedIn; and is currently the VP of Network for Techstars, a mentorship-driven, seed stage investment program dedicated to helping accelerate the growth of tech-based and tech-enabled companies.
How to Sell a TON without Feeling Sleazy w/Jeff Bajorek
In this episode, we will discuss what you might be doing wrong when selling your products or services; what are some of the top-of-mind things to consider when positioning your business to customers, and the most commonly forgotten fundamentals of converting a potential customer into a paying customer. Jeff Bajorek is a consultant, an author, and a host of The Why and the Buy podcast. Companies look to him to help rethink the way they sell with a focus on principled fundamentals and determined execution.
You can find more about Jeff at the following:
How to Be a Kickass Leader w/Tasha Blackmon
In this episode, we will discuss taking care of your staff, leading with love and staying connected, as well as what actions you can take to empower your staff and implement high value propositions that keep your team motivated and highly productive. Tasha Blackmon, serves as CEO of Cherry Health Network, Michigan’s largest Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) providing integrated health care services. In this role, she is responsible for administrative and operational oversight 20 locations, approximately 900 employees and more than 60 physicians and mid-level providers.
You can find Tasha at the following:Website: www.cherryhealth.com
How to Package Your Genius for Major $$ w/Amanda Miller-Littlejohn
In this episode, we will discuss personal branding and the steps to building a strong, personal brand. Amanda tells us three things you can do to package your genius for major profit. We are talking with Amanda Miller Littlejohn, a top, nationally-recognized expert on personal branding, and innovator in the public relations space.
You can find Amanda at the following:
Website: packageyourgeniusacademy.comPodcast: Package Your GeniusBook: Package Your Genius: 5 steps to build your personal brandBlog: amandamillerlittlejohn.com
How to Be a Social Consciousness, Profitable Company w/Amy Peterson
In this episode, we will discuss profitability, growth, and how to formulate ideas to position your brand. We also talk about how to marry being a for-profit business model with being a socially conscious company. We are talking with Amy Peterson the co-founder of Rebel Nell. Rebel Nell is a jewelry company with a purpose, that employs disadvantaged women in Detroit to help them transition from a life of dependence into one of self-reliance and self-empowerment.
You can find Amy Peterson at the following:Website: www.rebelnell.comInstagram: rebelnellFacebook: rebelnelldetroitEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Make Millions in Retail Stores w/ Jody Levy
In this episode, we will discuss how to do retail without becoming a slave to it, how Beyoncé became an investor in the WTRMLN WTR and how Jody managed to get over 10,000 of her products on major retail shelves including Target and many more. We are talking with Jody Levy, the Co-founder and Creative Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of WTRMLN WTR, a company and brand committed to redefining how and what we drink to nourish our bodies and sustain our ecosystem.
You can find Jody at the following: https://wtrmlnwtr.com/
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Great job on your podcast. It was the leadership lesson that I needed. I love how you recap Mark’s key points at the end, it really helped drive everything together. And that commercial break was well done.