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What if you could save 12+ hours per week in your business? Being a solopreneur sometimes focuses too much on the “solo” part: doing all the jobs, figuring things out yourself, and spending too much time in your business. But we didn’t start out own solo business to spend all of our time at our desk. We did it because we want freedom: to travel; to spend time with our family; to watch a movie in the middle of a week day. That’s why Streamlined Solopreneur exists. Each week, host Joe Casabona ...
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Your host reveals tips on how to save Money and Time during your Yellowstone vacation with over 60 years of personal experience in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and his family has been visiting the area since 1919. Learn about alternative airports you can fly into to save money on flights as well as money saving Lodging tips where you can stay for less than $100.00 per night right outside of Yellowstone Park saving you thousands of dollars on your Yellowstone vacation before you ...
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Does your gym workout consistently get cut from your schedule? Enjoy your food too much to give it up for a diet? Paul Michaels your host is a 51 year old work-from-home-father of three teenagers, who finally gave up on the idea of going to the gym and in it’s place figured out how to live synchronously (combining exercise into everything he does). As a result lost 30lbs and walked a 1000 miles in 6 months - doing and eating what he normally does with only small changes. Now it’s your turn g ...
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One day in March I started getting regular inbound requests from my coaching form – I had no idea why. When I looked into it, it turns out that I was ranking at #2 on Google for “Podcast Coach.” Not to sound like a broken record…but I had no idea why. I didn’t feel like I was doing anything special. I didn’t do keyword research. I didn’t write cont…
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Context is everything. It’s easy to think that if you have a salesperson who’s actively frustrating potential clients to the point where they never consider hiring you, you’d fire that salesperson. But what if your website is doing it? Would you fire your website? You should. That’s why I’m SO excited to have Monica Pitts on the show today. She’s g…
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I know this is going to sound like an Italian stereotype, but my mother makes the best chicken cutlets. They are thin cuts of chicken, perfectly breaded and seasoned, and taste amazing hot and cold. I’d watch her in hopes of learning how to make them as well (or at least close to it). She’d tell me things like, “You just know how much breading to u…
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There's an old adage in construction that you should measure twice and cut once. The idea being that cutting is a permanent action. If you cut a piece of wood, you can't put it back together. So you should measure where you're cutting, make sure you're measuring it right, and double-check your work before you take that permanent action. Now on the …
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I’m currently reading Stories that Stick by Kindra Hall. In it, she mentions that “story” has become such a common term that people use it for everything, even if it’s not a story. I feel the same thing has been done to the term “repurposing.” See, when you repurpose something in the real world, you take it, you make changes to it, and you give it …
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The first documented parachute jump happened in the late 1700s, when André-Jacques Garnerin just from balloons at “only” 2000 feet. He no doubt prepared for this moment, testing his parachute and doing everything he could to mitigate risk. Today, skydiving is a sport and a recreational activity, with a lot of safety measures and technology to furth…
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Today we have a good old fashioned feed drop from my friends at The Podcast Host, and their show, Podcraft. What really makes someone a successful podcaster? Is it a certain number of episodes, downloads, or reviews? Is it whether content creation has become their full-time job? Or could it be because they’ve been recognised with a prestigious awar…
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I love shuffling poker chips. In fact, I love playing poker…but there’s a fallacy in gambling that can get you into a lot of trouble. It’s the fallacy of sunk cost. Basically, you think you should continue what is ultimately a losing battle because you’ve already invested some amount of money in the pot. The same thing can be applied to lots of stu…
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In this podcasts, we cover the elimination of what was a REALLY unpopular BMA (Bear Management Area) and the opening of a new one in Hayden Valley and how this should make those early park visitors trip better to Yellowstone. We then go over the dates you can start flying into the seasonal airport of West Yellowstone and on what airlines and how to…
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I remember touring a Murano Glass factory on my honeymoon to Italy. Basically as soon as we stepped foot into the place, a man giving us the tour had us pegged. So when it came time to sell us something, he didn’t just ask us if we wanted to buy some glass art. He painted us a picture of a unique conversation piece that we can put in our home, to h…
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My grandfather came to the United States from Italy in 1949 and worked in New York City for much of his life — primarily in construction. For as long as I can remember, he had this big, metal toolbox. And when he passed away, he gave it to me, and I still have and use it to this day. Pop had that toolbox for decades. When he found something that wo…
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I abhor hustle culture. Telling someone to work a full-time job, then go home and work more all for some goal that keeps changing is, in my opinion, how to lead an empty life. I’m worried that, even in 2024, we continue to fetishize making money and hustling. So I decided to take it to Khe Hy. Khe, if you don’t know, worked hard – as he puts it, he…
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What do you want your life to look like? Last week I talked about how not being intentional is kind of like driving a car without the GPS. But goal setting without knowing what you want – that’s a bit like driving a car without having a destination in mind. Well, today, Tanya Alvarez is going to help us figure out the destination – you can think of…
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Not being intentional in your business is a bit like getting in your car and driving without the GPS. Sure…you generally know where you’re going. But what if a road is closed? What if there’s avoidable traffic? A GPS can help you navigate around those things. When you’re intentional about your business, you go from wandering aimlessly, taking any w…
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Do you really need social media to build a following? To build expertise? To be successful? It’s something I’ve been thinking about a lot. I think lots of creators are too. The rote advice that you see from the ultra successful people just doesn’t work for most of us. And it doesn’t have to. What if I told you there was a better way. As it turns ou…
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During the pandemic, we were told one thing seemingly over and over again: You need to start a membership. You need a community. That’s the only way you can scale your business. And to be honest, I fed into it. I believed that a membership was the key to stop trading for hours for dollars. But the truth is I was trading more hours for fewer dollars…
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In this podcast, we discuss the launch of our new You Tube videos that you guys can watch to determine if you want to purchase a guidebook for your families Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park vacation. We go over 7 new videos for you guys including the following. 1. introduction to Explore Yellowstone Like a Local. 2. Getting to the Old Fait…
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Choosing the right platform can feel like an impossible task sometimes. There are so many options, from services to creating your own website and owning everything – how do you choose? Well, Nathalie Lussier and I have both been around the block. She owns a popular WordPress-based LMS called AccessAlly, and I’ve tried dozens of platforms for member…
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One of my favorite Disney+ shows is Loki. It’s a truly fascinating look at time travel, predetermined events, and controlling your own destiny. And now I’m going to give you a major (if not very simplified) spoiler, if you haven’t seen it. In the finale, Loki masters the ability to “time slip,” or transport to any time, any place, in any timeline (…
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It was Christmas Eve, and I was waiting in line for bagels. As someone who grew up in New York now living close to Philly, I’m admittedly a snob about the quality of the bagels I eat. But there’s a bagel shop not 5 minutes from my house that makes the best bagels I’ve ever had outside of NY/NJ. And they offer preorders for Christmas Eve. It’s becom…
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I sweat bullets over finding the right tools. Some might say I am an Overthinker. And that is an asset to me. But occasionally, it causes crippling analysis paralysis. I’ve spent every day of this very young year, thinking about the implementation for my membership, even though I know the simplest solution is to use Substack. And last week, I would…
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It was a wild year for social media in 2023. Twitter turned into X. Meta launched Threads. And LinkedIn started off the year as a promising platform for engagement and growth before tweaking the algorithm and tanking all of that. Matt Clark, founder of The Virtual Edge, host of the Rainmaker Show, and expert in sales argues that we shouldn’t treat …
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This podcast covers 19 great places that you can swim, get in a hot pot, get under a huge waterfall and swim in Yellowstone Park and you can visit these spots whenever the park is open. I get you to the some of the most fantastic swimming and hot potting spots that can't be found anywhere else on earth. We cover the stupidly popular Firehole swimmi…
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This podcast covers all the fun things you can do just outside of Grand Teton and Yellowstone parks. There is a reason that hardly any of the locals from West, Jackson or Big Sky ever go into the parks and the reason for that is that there is a TON of really fun and exiting things to do right outside the parks boundaries that are NOT allowed inside…
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This podcast covers hiking in both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. I first cover hiking in Grand Teton and get you right up into the craggy spires of the Tetons where the peaks are shooting up all around. We then cover Teton hikes that are totally suitable for small kids with fantastic views of the Tetons and also tell you the hikes you…
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This podcast covers the section of road south from Old Faithful down to West Thumb and then down to the South Gate and then we drive along the seldom seen but beautiful Flagg Ranch/Marysville/Grassy Lake Road. You will hear a story about how not to hike in bear country then we stop at the only lake in the US that flows into both the Pacific and Atl…
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This podcast covers the section of road from Canyon all the way down to West Thumb. We will cross into the Hayden Valley which is home to the largest free roaming herd of Bison on earth and hear a couple of great stories that took place right where you are now driving. We then make a stop at the Mud Volcanoes then hit Yellowstone Lake where I will …
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This podcast starts at the rather boring Tower Junction which is home to the rather fun Chuckwagon Dinner that starts at the Roosevelt Stables. We then drive through the Narrows on the way to Tower Falls and I tell you how to not only see the falls but about the crazy boulder that used to sit it's summit and then how to access the Yellowstone River…
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The word 'Control' evokes various thoughts and emotions, many of which are negative. Control is often associated with an excessive desire to dominate or dictate every aspect of a situation.The bad guys in movies and in real life desire control at almost any cost. Emperor Palpatine in Star Wars said the only way to improve life in the galaxy was for…
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This podcast covers starts in Gardiner Montana where you can grab a cheese burger at the place that was one of the inspirations for Jimmy Buffet to write the song Cheeseburger In Paradise. Then on the NEW road after the 2022 floods to Mammoth Hot Springs and we start at the iconic stone entry gate made famous by Teddy Roosevelt and his rough riders…
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This podcast covers the 21 mile section of road on the west side of the upper loop in Yellowstone park from Norris Geyser Basin to Mammoth Hot Springs. Included in this podcast is a quick summation of why you shouldn't stop at Norris Geyser Basin, plus some fun and rather interesting stops along the road towards Bunsen Peak. We also cover the start…
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This podcast covers the section of road between Norris Geyser Basin and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone Park which is home to the most awe inspiring thing in the park, the Lower Falls which sits in the namesake canyon for Yellowstone Park. There is not much to see along this short section of road but we do see the gorgeous Virginia Cascades along t…
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This podcast covers the 14 mile section of road from Madison Junction to Norris Geyser Basin which is home to Steamboat Geyser which USED to be the largest geyser on the planet. Along the way I will tell you about a rather interesting car wreck as well as 3 great hikes. The first is right to the base of Gibbon Falls where the trail actually goes in…
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This podcast covers the section of road from the South Gate of Yellowstone Park all the way down to Jackson Hole. We will drive down the far side of the Yellowstone Volcano then have breakfast with a great view of the Tetons. We then get to the spot to take a picture from the most photographed view of the Tetons. Then we visit Jenny Lake and I tell…
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In this podcast, we visit the really fun town of Jackson Hole we go over all the fun stuff to do in this world famous town. We gloss over all my favorite spots to stay in Jackson Hole which are all listed in the guidebook including a great budget option which is REALLY hard to find in a VERY expensive town. We even gloss over the ranches and lodges…
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In this one huge day in Yellowstone, we will visit the Upper and Lower Falls and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. We will then head down the road and across the Hayden valley which is home to the largest free roaming Bison herd on the planet on our way to the Mud Pots for a quick stop then have the best lunch in the park at the beautiful Lake Hotel…
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This podcast covers the little town of West Yellowstone. We go over nice places to stay and where to find a cozy lakefront or riverside cabin to use as your home away from home as you visit Yellowstone Park. We cover some really great in town dining options including an award winning pizza and where you can take your picture in front of a huge Biso…
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This podcast covers how the Guidebook tells you everything you need to know about how to watch all the geysers go off in this one of a kind area which is home to more geysers than the rest of the world combined. We cover all the major geysers in this one of a kind area and how the guidebook easily gets you to them all by teaching you to "work the g…
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This podcast explores the action packed 16 mile section of road between Madison Junction down to Old Faithful and we catch all the rest of the geyser basins on our way to the Old faithful area. We cross the Gibbon River on our way to the beautiful Firehole Canyon Drive where we will see the gorgeous Firehole Falls, the Firehole Swimming Area as wel…
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Everything you need to know to save Time and Money and plan a successful trip to Yellowstone is in this podcast. And note that everyone should join our Explore Yellowstone Like a Local Facebook Group where you can read hundreds of great reviews of the guidebook and see thousands of pictures you guys have posted having a great time in the park. We c…
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This podcast covers how you need to go through the West Entry Gate which is by far the busiest entry gate into Yellowstone Park and this gorgeous 14 mile section of road all the way to Madison Junction. We will pass through Christmas Tree Alley and then look for Bald Eagles on the banks of the Madison River on our way to the 7 mile bridge and a cou…
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This podcast is an introduction to Explore Yellowstone Like a Local for all those out there who are deciding if they want to buy a Guidebook and start listening to the Podcasts. I first discuss how simple it is to use and understand the guidebook and how you don't have to read the entire guidebook, just the chapters that cover the certain things th…
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Over the last few weeks, you’ve heard from multiple guests about the importance of research – Dappz talking about calculated risks and doing research for the actual calculation. Nikki Rausch talking about speaking your potential customer’s language. Adriana tells us to do research when we’re guesting on a podcast. But that begs the question: how? H…
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A few weeks ago, I ruffled some feathers on social media. I said, “Telling people you wrote your book with AI is like telling people you ran a marathon with your car.” Wow. People took umbrage with that statement. And while I stand by what I said, I thought it would be a good idea to talk to an AI expert. So I reached out to Bryan McAnulty of Heigh…
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Imagine that you’re going to give a talk on a topic you know really well. You spend time on the presentation, rehearse it 100 times, dial in the slides, and you’re feeling great. You get the conference, deliver the talk, and you think you nailed it. But when you ask for questions, one person raises her hand and says, “Nous ne parlons pas anglais.” …
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Recently, I sat down to dinner with my family when the doorbell rang. It was a door-to-door HelloFresh salesman, who wanted to make dinner easier for us (while ironically preventing me from eating dinner). I immediately got frustrated for two reasons: It was dinner time and the interruption was unwelcomed I had already told this guy’s partner “no” …
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Social media advice these days reminds me a bit of the parable of the Emperor with no Clothes. See, it's easy for anyone to display how smart and successful they are. They say things like, "Here's your content strategy for 2024: Post three times on X daily, post one thread on X daily. Create three LinkedIn posts per day and one LinkedIn carousel pe…
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How much help is too much help? When do you go from the actual worker to the visionary? And where does AI fit into all of this? Over on LinkedIn, I said using AI to write your book is like using a car to run a marathon. People took issue with that. So my friend Alastair MeDermott and I decided to have a good old fashioned debate. You’ll hear a nuan…
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