In Episode 48 of the Inspired Life Project Podcast Maggie interviews YouTube Strategist Trena Little to discuss how we can work smarter, not harder. She shares how we, as entrepreneurs, can use video to share content with our audience in the most effective way.
*Episode intro and a brief moment of breathwork
1.03 - Setting your intentions for the session.
2.00 - Trena Little is a YouTube Strategist, and shares what she does in her work.
3.10 - Creating connections with others through videos and their longevity.
4.15 - The YouTube algorithm and the advantages of using this mode of content.
5.25 - YouTube audience retention and focusing on ‘ever-green videos’
6.40 - Trena’s techniques for coming up with a big vision and dream for a business.
8.55 - How to connect with your audience and supply them with relevant information.
11.40 - Time-poor people, niching, and focusing on those you want to work with.
17.00 - How to...
In an interview with International Reiki Master, Pamela Miles, Maggie and her guest discuss the topic of healing. Pamela explores pathways to healing including the importance of lifestyle, creating sacred space in our lives, balance and oneness and it's capacity to heal.
0:30 Intro: Pamela Miles is an International Reiki Master. She has been practicing since 1986, the foremost Medical Reiki expert, and author of award-winning book Reiki: A Comprehensive Guide. Pamela has pioneered Reiki practice at academic medical centers including Harvard, Yale, the NIH, and NY Presbyterian/Columbia.
1:30 Lifestyle, lifestyle!
2:30 Healing could happen on every level if healing was available to us.
3:20 Give attention everyday to your spiritual practices.
3:45 Once you bring yourself home, the healing begins.
4:35 Cleanse any residue or negative energy.
4:50 Create sacred space for yourself everyday.
6:00 Meditation as spiritual practice vs stress reduction technique....
We have all felt judged by someone in our life. I have been judged many times but I always find my inner power and prove others wrong. It’s a choice that I have made.
When I was pregnant with my daughter I was told by my doctor that I would need a caesarean simply due to my size. Of course he knew nothing about me or my lifestyle – he failed to ask any questions that would provide answers to assist in the safe delivery of my daughter. You see I remained active – I was doing ballet and pilates. Working with my midwives we had a giggle together afterwards as this doctor had to scramble to put his gloves on to catch my baby because I pushed her out so fast! It was a lesson for everyone not to judge a book by its cover.
I am also judged as an entrepreneur and mother. As a busy working mum, I always prioritize my daughter and her needs come first. She is an active child and I choose to put her child in childcare so that she receives the social connection and interaction...