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The Dare to Grow Show - for solopreneurs and online business owners who are ready to level up. Learn how to take daily action, show up consistently and confidently on social media, and grow your income with digital products and programs. No BS, no fluff, and all the encouragement you need to MAKE. IT. HAPPEN! Hosted by Sarah Morgan, an entrepreneur, award winning web designer, and business coach, this podcast delivers actionable ideas to help you grow your business without being stalled by i ...
 
Sarah Morgan Dawson was a young woman of 20 living in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, when she began this diary. The American Civil War was raging. Though at first the conflict seemed far away, it would eventually be brought home to her in very personal terms. Her family's loyalties were divided. Sarah's father, though he disapproved of secession, declared for the South when Louisiana left the Union. Her eldest brother, who became the family patriarch when his father died in 1861, was for the Union, ...
 
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Attn Solopreneurs: If you’re feeling overwhelmed by everything on your plate, pulled in a million directions, and like you never got enough done when 5 or 6 PM rolls around, then this week's podcast episode is for you. Because it’s time to talk about setting up systems. As someone who left a corporate job to freelance full-time partially for the ti…
 
This week on the podcast we’re talking about hiring! This is something that not only has brought so much relief and ease to running my business, but has made what I create and share BETTER. Also...hiring people is a pretty boss move. Andréa Jones and Xayli Barclay are joining me this week to talk about finding the right candidates, creating an onbo…
 
A discussion of Season 2, hints of season 3 and more. You can follow support Council Conversations on the following platforms. Twitter: https://twitter.com/SwoCouncil Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SWOCouncil Support on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/SWOCouncilWatcher Like or rate and leave a comment on your favourite podcast platform. Please …
 
Darrin’s passion is giving back to the great community he lives in. Besides co-chairing the 2018 International Plowing Match, Darrin is the past Chair of Mainstreet Credit Union, past Chair of Entegrus Inc., past co-chair of the United Way Campaign, past Director of the CKHA and past Chair of the Prosperity Roundtable. Darrin was first elected to C…
 
Sarah grew up in the City of St. Thomas. She has a husband Theo and two sons – Alex and Nathaniel. Sarah has a BSc. Biology from the University of Waterloo and a MSc. Geography (Environmental Science) from Western University. Over the years, Sarah has worked for the Ministry of Natural Resources and Imperial Oil – Cold Lake Operations. Currently, s…
 
This week on the podcast we’re trying something new! You’re not just going to hear from me about my best business decision, but I have two guest contributors for this episode, Ashley Burnside from Healing Hustle Co and Christina Nicholson from Media Maven PR. It’s my sneaky introvert way of adding other voices to the podcast without a full-on inter…
 
Gary Kaschak was born and raised in the City of Windsor. As a lifetime resident of the city’s east end, Gary has come to know Ward 8 and the City of Windsor very well. He began his schooling at Coronation Grade School before graduating from W F Herman Secondary School. He continued on to post-secondary education at St. Clair College and the Univers…
 
POP QUIZ: When is the last time you took a day off? Last week? Last month? Last year?? When my clients and students come to me and say they’re feeling stuck, stalled, or worn out by their business THAT is the first question I ask. Because if everything is difficult and you’re procrastinating more than usual there’s a good chance you’re headed for b…
 
Born and raised in Leamington, Hilda MacDonald was elected Mayor of the Municipality of Leamington on October 22, 2018. Mayor MacDonald served as Leamington’s Deputy Mayor for one term and as a Leamington Councillor for two terms. Mayor MacDonald sits on Essex County Council, and serves on many local boards as well as the Association of Municipalit…
 
Do you still post on social media on the days you feel like garbage? That’s a question I got from a client recently and it was great timing because I was already in the middle of writing this week’s podcast episode all about...Showing up on social media when you don’t feel like it. Whether it’s a bad day, a busy week, or a hot mess of a month, no m…
 
The Head Coach since 2012, Stephen has been with Libro since 1988. He spearheaded the combination with United Communities Credit Union in 2013 while focusing on economic development in southwestern Ontario, while enabling and ensuring outstanding customer satisfaction levels. Stephen holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Windsor, and …
 
This month marks nine years in business for me. And while it feels like I am on a roll now, I think back to the first couple of years or even before I had left my corporate job and I could not have imagined being here nine years later. At the very beginning I was just focused on paying my bills, not eating ramen for every meal, and not having to go…
 
Aina DeViet, was elected Mayor of Middlesex Centre in 2018 having served on Council since 2010 and County Council since 2016. In 2018, Aina was also elected to the Board of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) and appointed as a County representative to the Board of Health (currently MLHU Vice-Chair, and Finance and Facilities and Gov…
 
Here’s something I’ve learned over the last 9 years - the way I talk about my business directly affects how I show up in my business, which directly affects my growth. If I talk about myself as a entrepreneur vs a CEO vs a freelancer vs a coach it really does shift my mindset around the impact my business can have, how big my business can get, how …
 
Sworn in as the city councillor for Ward 4 on 1 December 2014. Jesse Helmer was re-elected in 2018 by ranked ballots and is serving his second term on city council. He served as Deputy Mayor for two years, ending my term in Dec 2020. As a city councillor representing Ward 4 he considers his role as a legislator, a resource allocator, helping reside…
 
Josh Morgan is the Deputy Mayor of the City of London. He is an active member of the London community and was first elected to London City Council as Councillor for Ward 7 on October 27, 2014. He was re-elected to a second term on October 22, 2018 with support from 75% of voters. He was appointed as the Special Advisor to the Mayor on budget during…
 
Kelly Elliott is the Deputy Mayor for the Municipality of Thames Centre, as well as Councillor with Middlesex County. She is a member of the Women's Caucus of Middlesex County Council, Director with both the Ontario Good Roads Association and Federation of Canadian Municipalities and Board Member of the Middlesex-London Health Unit. She sits on var…
 
Zachary Spicer is the Director of Research and Outreach with the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC). He holds a PhD in Political Science from The University of Western Ontario and began his career as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Brock University after completing post-doctoral fellowships at the U…
 
Two questions for you today: Do you have a freebie to grow your email list? And...is it actually doing its job and attracting more subscribers? Because my freebies (workshops, PDFs, templates) are the ONLY reason my list grows every single day without me having to do a thing. This means when I’m walking the dogs, when I’m laying by the pool, when I…
 
A conversation with Dr. Mike Moffatt where we talk about housing, and more in SW Ontario! You can follow support Council Conversations on the following platforms. Twitter: https://twitter.com/SwoCouncil Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SWOCouncil Support on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/SWOCouncilWatcher Like or rate and leave a comment on your…
 
How many times a week do you think about posting on social media, showing up live, sending an email list to your audience and...you don’t. You worry about sharing the right things, other people in your niche doing similar stuff, what your friends and family will think about your “little business.” Well my friend - it’s time to get over that and rem…
 
A Prologue for Season 2: - Look back at Season 1 - Some tweaks to how people can contribute - Setting the conversation line up for season 2 - Thursday's episode Teaser. You can follow support Council Conversations on the following platforms. Twitter: https://twitter.com/SwoCouncil Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SWOCouncil Support on Patreon htt…
 
Ever wanted to share something on social media and then stopped yourself because it felt too personal? Or watched someone else share what seems like everything and wished you could too? Or felt that that would be way out of your comfort zone? This week on the podcast we're talking about where that line is. And I'm sharing a little life update and m…
 
How do you get through the bumps in the road, difficult decisions, and all out failures that come with running your own business? How do you rebound quickly without letting the little and big hiccups slow you down, smash your confidence, and knock you off your game? If you said - eat a pint of ice cream while binging Netflix...you’re partially righ…
 
Ever watch someone go live and think...I could never do that. I could never talk for that long. I could never feel that comfortable with all those strangers watching me. It might surprise you, but I felt that way too. Hitting the record button or the “go live” button and feeling my body go cold, my voice start to shake, and suddenly my perfectly pr…
 
In the season 1 finale I welcome, Armine Yalnizyan is the Atkinson Foundation’s Fellow on the Future of Workers. She served as Senior Economic Policy Advisor for the Deputy Minister at Employment and Social Development Canada from 2018 to 2019. In this episode we talk with a leading Canadian economist on Housing Affordability, "She-session" caused …
 
Councillor Colquhoun and I talk about the challenges and opportunities in Sarnia Ontario. A wide ranging conversation about a City with our Wards, Climate Change in chemical valley and the comings and goings of Sarnia and Lambton County. Music notes Deadly Roulette by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3625-deadly-roulette Li…
 
When we start our businesses we’re trying to get every client and customer possible which can lead us into work situations we might not prefer. Things like working long hours, responding to a client emails 8 times in one day, sending extra revisions. When we’re hustling for every dollar the rules tend to fly out the window and our boundaries become…
 
Councillor Anstett and I talk about the challenges and opportunities in North Perth Ontario. One of the shortest but most jam packed episodes of the season! Music notes Deadly Roulette by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3625-deadly-roulette License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license…
 
Feel like everyone on Instagram is hanging out without you? Sometimes it seems like everyone on Instagram is making new friends, networking, making connections, and you are in your own little bubble with no way to reach out to new people. You’re posting and posting and posting and doing all the right things but barely anyone is noticing or respondi…
 
Councillor Eric Beauregard is the Ward 2 Councillor in Port Colborne. Music notes Deadly Roulette by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3625-deadly-roulette License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseFrazier Fathers による
 
How many times a week do you think, “I really need to do that, but I don’t have time / money / enough x, y, z to make it happen right now.” Most of us have a list a mile long of things we would do, should do, really want to do but can’t figure out where in our jam-packed schedules to fit another thing. So today we’re talking about finding space, ma…
 
Full Disclosure - Chris and I went to high school together, but he got elected to municipal council and I just run this podcast. We have a great conversation about what is happening in Tillsonburg Ontario - the challenges and opportunities. Music notes Deadly Roulette by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3625-deadly-roulette…
 
Pop Quiz: Are you making business investments based on strategy or shiny object syndrome? If the answer is the latter, don’t panic, most online businesses start that way too. Mine did! I bought all the courses and guides and templates because I didn’t really know what I should be spending my money on so I bought everything that sounded like it woul…
 
Mayor Ryan and I talk about his story in Zorra Township as well as what is happening in a small community nestled in the heart of SW Ontario. We touch on rural schools, development, innovation and aggregates to name a few topics. So join us for this Council Conversation Music notes Deadly Roulette by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusi…
 
If you've been avoiding Stories, creating Reels, or posting selfies, I recorded this episode for YOU. 10 years ago you could get away with building a brand and not including yourself as part of it. But if you're running businesses online, asking strangers on the internet to pay you, then you need to hit a level of trust that only comes from allowin…
 
I bet you are very curious about what this podcast is going to contain from that title! To be honest, I was a little nervous about this episode because most ”successful” business owners don’t talk about their failures, let alone post a title saying they made zero dollars on a launch. But I hopped into my mastermind group, told them what I wanted to…
 
Welcome to Council Conversations, my name is Frazier Fathers the host of this podcast and initiator of the broader Southwestern Ontario Council Watcher project. Today I am going to set the scene for you. About who I am, talk about the broader project, what this podcast is about, what I hope to accomplish. You can learn more here https://swontarioco…
 
“I need to be able to fit all of this business stuff into the time I have and I don’t have a lot of time right now.” This is what I heard over and over when I sent out my last audience survey. Which I think was a massive issue for everyone in 2020, especially for parents and the people who were newly working at home. So I wanted to share this episo…
 
This week we’re talking about hacking your own motivation to help you stick to your weekly schedule or really anything that you want to keep up with consistently. I know lots of you (like me) love to make a plan, but aren’t always so in love when it comes to doing the work. But that is a big contributor to success - doing the things you planned to …
 
One thing I’ve learned in the past eight years in business is that, as much as I love hanging out on Instagram, the money is in your email list. Why? People pay more attention when they’re going through their inbox than they do scrolling social media. No ads, no puppy videos, no dance tutorials. When people are paying attention they need to see thi…
 
Is eating the same breakfast as your favorite entrepreneur really going to help your bottom line? Sounds silly, but it actually might! After reading a ton of business books I discovered that they ALL have a section on mindset. And after reading a ton of personal development books I’ve discovered how your daily habits contribute to your mindset. So …
 
The beginning of a new year feels like a good time to make changes, set challenging goals, or finally go after the things we kept saying we wanted to do last year but we never got around to it. In this episode I’m sharing the strategies that are helpful when making a significant change or big decision in your business. If you’re thinking about rais…
 
Last week we talked about all of the things that didn’t work to grow my business in 2020 and this week we are going to talk about all of the things that DID work. Despite 2020 being a flaming host mess most of what I did in my business actually worked to grow my audience and my income and keep that biz-related stress to a minimum. My main challenge…
 
It’s the end of 2020 (finally!) and one of my favorite things to do every year is evaluate the past 12 months and make a plan for what I want to accomplish next year. I look back at all of the projects, marketing, courses and programs, and generally how I ran my business to see what things worked really well and what things didn’t. Because one of t…
 
This week we’re talking about the mistakes that might be slowing down your marketing strategies and making it difficult for customers and clients to find you. Luckily I’m not going to tell you to ditch your strategies or completely change direction. Whether you’re marketing your business on Instagram or Facebook, hosting a podcast or workshops, run…
 
Oh yes my friends Instagram has added yet another feature to their platform. We were just getting used to Reels, figuring out what to do besides dancing and lip-synching and pointing at things and now we have to figure out Guides. So at this point with all the options and different types of posts for each, you might be getting stuck for what goes w…
 
How many different ways are you marketing your business? Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, YouTube Website, email, freebie, ads LinkedIn, landing pages, summits Podcasts, upsell, challenge, webinar Whoa. Do you actually have time for all of that? What if I told you there are really only 6 Essentials you need to figure out? Much better, right? Often w…
 
POP QUIZ: When was the last time you took time off from your business? Not just a night or weekend, actual scheduled time off. Like set up an out-of-office email responder, gave your Instagram audience a heads up, stayed off your lap top-time off. I’ve had this conversation with three people just this week and the reason we had those conversations …
 
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