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The Human Connection podcast dives deep into the topic of how entrepreneurs and small business owners can be better at building real, authentic relationships with their audience.
We as humans are wired at a subconscious level to want to create a connection with other human beings.

We all have a story worth sharing, but if you aren't skilled or prioritizing connecting to people on a 1-on-1 level, your message might be missed.

Tune in to the Human Connection podcast to learn from experienced … Continue Reading >>
The Human Connection podcast dives deep into the topic of how entrepreneurs and small business owners can be better at building real, authentic relationships with their audience.
We as humans are wired at a subconscious level to want to create a connection with other human beings.

We all have a story worth sharing, but if you aren't skilled or prioritizing connecting to people on a 1-on-1 level, your message might be missed.

Tune in to the Human Connection podcast to learn from experienced entrepreneurs and small business owners on how they connect with their audience in their own unique ways.

We'll be talking about pitching for press and media opportunities, social media marketing, online marketing tactics, paid advertising, business tips and more to help you uncover how you can create a better human connection with your audience and the people in your life. << Show Less
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[From the Archives] Tasha Booth on the mindset shifts you need to make to move from the growth to scale phase of business Today’s interview is with my friend Tasha Booth from The Launch Guild! The Launch Guild is a Course Launch Support & Digital Marketing Implementation Agency supporting established coaches and course creators with course & podcast launches. She mentors virtual support pros (VAs & OBMs) who are passionate and ready to grow their businesses while living life on their own term and is the host of the How She Did That Podcast -- a podcast for Virtual Assistants, Online Business Managers, and Project Managers to learn business and tech tips. Let’s get into today’s interview!   In today’s episode, you'll find out: What it’s like to reach the 7-figure mark during the year of the pandemic The differences between the growth and scale phases of business What mindset shifts she had to make to move from the growth to scale phase of business Why she hates the phrase “charge what your worth” and the damage it can do to women How to handle moments when your team has made a mistake and how to overcome those challenges when you’re running a large team that serves clients.  Full show notes at: http://brittneyllynn.com/humanconnection  Links mentioned:  Apply for the Amplified Expert Academy - enrolling now for December start dates! Check out Tasha’s personal website Follow Tasha on Facebook  Follow Tasha on Instagram Check out The Launch Guild website Follow The Launch Guild on Facebook Follow The Launch Guild on Instagram Listen to Brit Kolo’s episode on the Human Connection podcast Marketing Personalities   Like the show? There are several ways you can help! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or Google Play Leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts. The ratings and reviews help for two reasons: 1) Most importantly, I get to know you, the listener, and what content you enjoy the most. 2) The more reviews the podcast has, the better chance it has at getting in front of new listeners. Follow on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram Grab my free pitch templates here
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[From the Archives] Tasha Booth on the mindset shifts you need to make to move from the growth to scale phase of business Today’s interview is with my friend Tasha Booth from The Launch Guild! The Launch Guild is a Course Launch Support & Digital Marketing Implementation Agency supporting established coaches and course creators with course & podcast launches. She mentors virtual support pros (VAs & OBMs) who are passionate and ready to grow their businesses while living life on their own term and is the host of the How She Did That Podcast -- a podcast for Virtual Assistants, Online Business Managers, and Project Managers to learn business and tech tips. Let’s get into today’s interview!   In today’s episode, you'll find out: What it’s like to reach the 7-figure mark during the year of the pandemic The differences between the growth and scale phases of business What mindset shifts she had to make to move from the growth to scale phase of business Why she hates the phrase “charge what your worth” and the damage it can do to women How to handle moments when your team has made a mistake and how to overcome those challenges when you’re running a large team that serves clients.  Full show notes at: http://brittneyllynn.com/humanconnection  Links mentioned:  Apply for the Amplified Expert Academy - enrolling now for December start dates! Check out Tasha’s personal website Follow Tasha on Facebook  Follow Tasha on Instagram Check out The Launch Guild website Follow The Launch Guild on Facebook Follow The Launch Guild on Instagram Listen to Brit Kolo’s episode on the Human Connection podcast Marketing Personalities   Like the show? There are several ways you can help! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or Google Play Leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts. The ratings and reviews help for two reasons: 1) Most importantly, I get to know you, the listener, and what content you enjoy the most. 2) The more reviews the podcast has, the better chance it has at getting in front of new listeners. Follow on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram Grab my free pitch templates here
[From the Archives] Brittany Berger on why working less is best and our society's obsession with being "useful" Hey hey, welcome to the Human Connection podcast, I’m your host Brittney Lynn and today’s interview is with my friend Brittany Berger from Work Brighter! Brittany Berger is the founder of WorkBrighter.co, which is a digital media company that helps productive unicorns go beyond working smarter to a version of productivity that makes room for “unproductive” things like rest, self-care, and fun. Before we hop into today’s episode I wanted to let you know that our agency is already booking into 2021! While our monthly retainer services are booked through December 2020 we do still have a few December spots open for our PR Intensive.  This service is perfect for those entrepreneurs who are ready to begin implementing PR in their business, but are unsure of how to start. Our team will conduct extensive research to craft a personalized strategic PR plan for your business. This will be followed up with a 90-minute call where we’ll review the plan, answer questions and give you actionable next steps to get started. With this service our team will provide the following: Custom PR plan for your business 3 ‘hit send in seconds’ pitches: (can be tv, podcast, and/or publication pitches) 25-35 key media targets with contact information Custom pitch templates 7 day “ask us anything” access to our team via email and/or Voxer Head to brittneyllynn.com/services to learn more about this service and apply! Alright let’s get into today’s interview!   In today’s episode, you'll find out: Our society’s obsession with being useful and how dangerous that can be The dangers of batching tasks When it’s great to multi-task Why working less is actually the best thing you can usually do for your business How to incorporating pop culture and things you love into your marketing The difference between working brighter instead of working smarter What it means to take care of yourself when no one’s watching  Full show notes at: http://brittneyllynn.com/humanconnection  Links mentioned:  Apply for our PR Intensive Brittany Berger’s website Work Brighter Follow Brittany on Twitter Follow Brittany on Instagram Follow Work Brighter on Instagram LIsten to Brit Kolo’s episode on the Human Connection podcast Marketing Personalities Work Brighter newsletter sign up   Like the show? There are several ways you can help! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or Google Play Leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts. The ratings and reviews help for two reasons: 1) Most importantly, I get to know you, the listener, and what content you enjoy the most. 2) The more reviews the podcast has, the better chance it has at getting in front of new listeners. Follow on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram Grab my <a href="http://brittneyllynn.com/humanc
[From the Archives] How to pitch a podcast Hey hey, welcome to the Human Connection podcast, I’m your host Brittney Lynn and today’s episode is all about how to pitch podcasts! I love podcasts. Podcasts are truly the reason why you’re here today. If I hadn’t found podcasts, I would have never started a business.  During this solo episode you’ll learn everything you need to know about how to pitch a podcast. At the top of the episode, I share more about my new program, The Amplified Expert Academy, that begins October 5th.  So let’s get started!   In today’s episode, you'll find out: Why I love podcast pitching as a place to start when you’re pitching the media What podcasts hosts look for when they are searching for guests to feature How to come up with topics to pitch yourself on How to find the right podcasts to pitch yourself to How to craft your podcast pitch The importance of follow up   Full show notes at: http://brittneyllynn.com/humanconnection  Links mentioned: Apply for my new program, The Amplified Expert Academy Learn more about my signature course, Impact + Influence Download my free pitch templates (including a podcast pitch template!) Follow me on Instagram   Like the show? There are several ways you can help! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or Google Play Leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts. The ratings and reviews help for two reasons: 1) Most importantly, I get to know you, the listener, and what content you enjoy the most. 2) The more reviews the podcast has, the better chance it has at getting in front of new listeners. Follow on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram Grab my free pitch templates here
[From the Archives] The 5 P's of PR: How to set yourself up for media pitching success Hi everyone, welcome back to another episode of the Human Connection podcast I’m your host Brittney Lynn and today is a solo episode all about the 5 P’s of PR and how to set yourself up for media pitching success.  In today’s episode, you'll find out: The 5 P’s of PR and why they’re important to knowing and understanding before you start pitching yourself to the media as an expert The questions to answer when defining your mission and key messages The importance of knowing your ideal audience  Where to promote your landed media mentions   Full show notes at: http://brittneyllynn.com/humanconnection  Links mentioned:  5 steps to writing the perfect pitch podcast episode Download my free pitch templates   Like the show? There are several ways you can help! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or Google Play Leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts. The ratings and reviews help for two reasons: 1) Most importantly, I get to know you, the listener, and what content you enjoy the most. 2) The more reviews the podcast has, the better chance it has at getting in front of new listeners. Follow on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram Grab my free pitch templates here
[From the Archives] Nicole Jackson Miller on setting boundaries, getting out of your comfort zone and communicating consciously Hey hey, welcome to the Human Connection podcast, I’m your host Brittney Lynn and today’s interview is with Nicole Miller who is a leadership consultant for small business owners and managers. She helps leaders master their own management style to build a thriving team. Nicole brings her experience in managing million-dollar television projects, growing a successful management agency, and helping service-based business owners scale without burning out to support her clients in leading efficiently and elegantly.   In today’s episode, you'll find out: How we got connected and the absolute wreck I was before Nicole (fun fact, she was my business coach!) How setting boundaries helps you become a better communicator The importance of getting out of your comfort zone How to communicate consciously and management mindfully How a business coach won’t “fix” your problems Links mentioned during the episode: Nicole's website Follow Nicole on Instagram Follow Nicole on Facebook Full show notes at: http://brittneyllynn.com/humanconnection Like the show? There are several ways you can help! Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify or Google Play Leave an honest review on iTunes. The ratings and reviews help for two reasons: 1) Most importantly, I get to know you, the listener, and what content you enjoy the most. 2) The more reviews the podcast has, the better chance it has at getting in front of new listeners. Follow on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram Grab my free pitch templates here
074: Life (and van) update from Brittney! This week’s episode is a little different -- I’m giving an update on my personal life! Included is me sharing a van life update as well as what’s coming up next for the podcast.    You can follow along on our van life adventures on Instagram or tune into our YouTube channel!
073: Why consistency matters when pitching the media Welcome back to another episode of the Human Connection podcast, I’m your host Brittney Lynn, founder of the Human Connection Agency, a PR agency that helps you get visible and land prominent media mentions and today’s episode we are talking about consistency and why it matters when you pitch the media. If you’re brand new to pitching yourself to the media it can be hard to develop the habit of being consistent with your pitching, right?  Doing anything new and unfamiliar can feel like a struggle.  Trying a new workout routine, eating healthier, regularly writing blog posts, drinking more water, routinely recording new podcast episodes...all of those things can feel hard to do when you’re starting a new habit if you aren’t used to it. But I will share this: when it comes to basically anything in life, if you’re wanting to form a new habit and get into a routine of regularly doing something, you have to be consistent to move forward. Tune in to find out why consistency matters when it comes to pitching the media. Full show notes at: http://brittneyllynn.com/humanconnection  Links mentioned: Download my free pitch templates
072: How to prepare for a tv interview I’m your host Brittney Lynn, founder of the Human Connection Agency, a PR agency that helps you get visible and land prominent media mentions and today’s episode we are continuing our “how to prepare” series. Our first in the series covered how to prepare for a podcast interview, our second covered how to prepare for an interview with a journalist or a publication, and today’s episode covers how to prepare for a tv interview! In today’s episode, you'll find out: How to prepare for a remote or in-studio tv interview  What happens after you get a yes from a producer What you should to do prepare your talking points The two different types of segment types What to do if you don’t know the questions ahead of time The typical length for a tv interview Tips on what to wear for an in-studio interview or a remote interview 4 things to keep in mind when interviewing What to do after the interview  Full show notes at: http://brittneyllynn.com/humanconnection  Links mentioned: How to prepare for a podcast interview [podcast episode] How to prepare for an interview with a journalist [podcast episode] Download my free pitch templates Follow me on Instagram (DM me with any questions you have!)
071: The secret to automating your marketing without losing authenticity & effectiveness with Tamika Auwai This week I have on Nurture Marketing Expert Tamika Auwai on the Human Connection podcast! Tamika is the founder of Orisha Creative, an inventive nurture marketing agency that serves leaders in the online coaching industry and creator of The Nurture Matrix™, a unique evergreen nurture marketing framework that’s revolutionizing the way the Master Coaches approach social media and email marketing.  In today’s episode, you'll find out: Nurture sequences: what are they, why business owners should use them, what types of business owners should use them The #1 secret to automating your nurture marketing without losing authenticity & effectiveness What it really takes to delegate your nurture marketing AND have your team create better results than you could create yourself Tamika’s favorite repurposing hack Full show notes at: http://brittneyllynn.com/humanconnection  Links mentioned: Orisha Creative website Follow Orisha Creative on Facebook Follow Tamika on Instagram Follow Orisha Creative on Instagram Follow Tamika on LinkedIn Follow Orisha Creative on LinkedIn Download the Nurture Matrix scorecard Loom Voxer Rev.com
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