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IBM 84 | The Julia Child Guide to Starting an Internet Business

by Jeremy Frandsen

In this episode of Internet Business Mastery, we discuss The Julia Child Guide to Starting an Internet Business.  Plus, an cost-effective and easy mic for creating audio content.

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4 Comments For This Post

  1. Steve Says:

    Hey Guys

    Great podcast!
    I’m trying to work out your method of posting your podcast…
    I see that you host your files on Libsyn, but that you don’t appear to use your Libsyn blog.
    Does that mean that you just use your Libsyn acocunt as a file hosting service and your self-hosted blog to make the podcast posts?
    Do you know if Libsyn mind if you just use them as a file host and link to your .mp3 files hosted at Libsyn from elsewhere?

    Thanks
    Steve

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    Jay (Jason Van Orden) Reply:

    @Steve,

    That’s exactly what we do. Libsyn doesn’t mind. They offer the blog as a convenience. Lots of podcasters use them as just a media host.

    Reply

  2. david Says:

    Dear Sterling and Jay,

    Great podcast, You really hit a chord with me when talking about your friend who doesn’t have an answer for the question “what do you want”. I have that same problem with “What do you want?” question as well. I know, what I am supposed to want, but have trouble with the deep down question “what do I really want?” Do you have advice on how to answer this question?

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    Sterling (Jeremy Frandsen) Reply:

    We have a worksheet in the Academy that goes into how to find what you want so you can pick a niche, but you could also get the book StrengthFinder 2.0 and the book Unique Ability. They were very helpful for me.

    Reply

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