5/17/17 – Guests: Jennifer Louden & Mark Silver, M.Div., with Guest Co-Host Jason Dukes

Co-Host: Jason Dukes The Captains Chair

Guest 1: Jennifer Louden is an author, a teacher and a full fledged ambassador for helping creative women get their scary sh*t done. For over 26 years Jen has taught over a million women through her books, communities and writing retreats how to improve their writing, find greater focus, and create human-scaled routines that support the creation of extraordinary lives.

Freebie: How to Follow Through on Your Creative Desire
If you have trouble following through on your creative desires, ask yourself the 22 questions in this guide to help you find out where you’re getting stuck so you can move past it and finally finish that book or that course or that painting or whatever deliciousness you feel called to create.


Jen has been hosting sold out writing retreats for over 15 years. If you want to get one-on-one writing coaching with Jen, dig deep into your writing projects, and connect with amazing groups of women in magical places like Taos, Vermont, Colorado and Mexico, be sure to get on Jen’s retreat interest list at https://jenniferlouden.com/workshops-retreats so you’re one of the first to hear when new dates are announced.

Website URL: http://www.jenniferlouden.com

Twitter: @jenlouden
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/jenlouden.writer
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenlouden

Guest 2: Mark Silver, M.Div., is the founder of and leads the team at Heart of Business. Since 2001 he and his team have helped thousands of business owners around the world get more clients and make more money, without sacrificing integrity. A recognized master teacher in his Sufi spiritual lineage, the Heart of Business approach integrates accessible spiritual connection with concrete marketing and sales that just feels good to the heart. A fourth-generation entrepreneur, his earlier careers include being a paramedic in Oakland, California, and he also ran a non-profit magazine.

Topic: The True Purpose of Marketing (and it’s not attraction)
After working with hundreds, thousands of coaches, we see some patterns where coaches fall prey to the same misconceptions everyone does: that marketing is somehow supposed to attract, to pull people in.
This misconception leads to people feeling miserable about marketing if they do it, and for many people of heart, they just won’t follow through with marketing because of it. This means few or no clients, a struggling business, and many people who don’t get the help they need from you.

Mark invites you to take his free Readiness Assessment, which is a video training and assessment. It will help you learn what stage of business development you are in, which has nothing to do with how long you’ve been in business, and will help you know what to focus on, and, even better, what you can safely ignore until later. You also get a personal response.

Twitter: @MarkHeartofBiz

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