Jenna Kutcher covers all things branding on the Goal Digger Podcast and talks about why you need a brand, not a business!
Jenna Kutcher’s step by step batch work process to help you be more efficient in your business.
Wondering how to create the perfect offer for your audience? Jenna Kutcher will guide you through this process step by step.
Listen, I get it. Starting an email list seems overwhelming. The learning curve is just too high to even get started and if you do get it up and running… What the heck do you have to talk about? Tune in to this episode to hear all of Jenna’s thoughts on how to get started.
Wondering where to start to incorporate video into your business? Tune in for where to get started, what to know before you create and how to prep!
When Nathan first met Ashton, he saw opportunity and why not? Mr.Kutcher presumably has deep pockets and a well known eye for tech companies. Unfortunately things didn’t go as planned, but there was a key lesson to learn and Nathan came back (following a stint on the Obama re-election campaign) with Draft – a tool that’s designed to help people improve their writing.
Nov 6, 2017 Jenna Fischer came to Los Angeles when she was 22 with no contacts, no guidance, and no idea of what it meant to sink or swim in show business. Now with a successful acting career and a long-running role as the beloved Pam on The Office, Jenna wants aspiring actors to get the advice she never got. As she tells Marc, that’s the main reason she wrote her new book, in addition to detailing some of her own true Hollywood stories.
Today’s guest knows the mom-time-warp all too well, so she created a product to serve that need. She’ll teach us how to successfully make, sell, and market online products. It’s easy to blend in online, but Alexa has MASTERED the craft, and today she is going to teach you digital products 101.
Join us for a live reading and conversation featuring the final fellows of the Spring 2020 semester, Jenna Wortham and Wesley Morris.
JENNA WORTHAM, born in Virginia, is a technology reporter and staff writer for The New York Times Magazine. Jenna received her bachelor’s degree in medical anthropology from the University of Virginia then moved to San Francisco to work with San Francisco Magazine, Girlfriend Magazine, write for SFist and later, Wired. She joined The New York Times in 2008 and has since worked on issues like pop culture, technology, race, and queer identity. Some of her works include Girl Crush Zine among many others which have appeared in The Morning News, Matter, Vogue, The Awl, Bust, The Hairpin, and The Fader among other publications. In 2016, she started co-hosting with Wesley Morris The New York Times podcast Still processing , a culture podcast that won a 2017 Webby Award in the Podcast & Digital Audio category, and was nominated for a 2019 Shorty Award.
WESLEY MORRIS, born in Philadelphia, is an American journalist, film critic, and co-host for New York Times podcast Still Processing along with Jenna Wortham. He graduated from Yale University where he did film criticism at The Yale Daily News after which he wrote film reviews and essays for the San Francisco Examiner and the …
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Positive and Negative is a podcast where Tristan Miller discusses the relationship between mental health and the creative temperament. This episode Tristan talks to Jenna Stoeber about her life with depression and anxiety. Also, art and media!
You can see what Jenna does Here: https://www.polygon.com/2018/5/5/17320300/youtube-asmr-meaning-video-explained
Check out Tristan’s YouTube series about Mental Health in the Media! ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsUZMY09O9I&t=4s)
Follow us on Twitter! ( https://twitter.com/PosNegPod )
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/positveandnegativepodcast/episode-fifty-nine-jenna-stoeber
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