Pimp Your Brilliance

  • 7 Ways To Repurpose & Remix Your Content

    LISTEN!    This is part 4 of the Better Content Creation series. So far we’ve discussed the Anatomy of Great Content, How to Brainstorm Content Ideas and Two Ways to Streamline Your Content Creation. In this final episode of the series, I want to share 7 ways to repurpose and remix your content. By now […]

  • 2 Simple Ways To Streamline Your Content Creation

    LISTEN! This is part 3 of the Better Content Creation series. So far we’ve discussed the Anatomy of Great Content and How to Brainstorm Content Ideas. Today, I want to talk about how to create those content ideas you generated in a consistent and streamlined manner. Because what is the point of having content ideas planned […]

  • The Anatomy of Great Content

    LISTEN!    Before I get started breaking down the anatomy of a great piece of content, I want to highlight an important point. Good content gets people in the door. Great content makes them pull out their wallets. This is a very important distinction to make. We are surrounded by a lot of good content. […]

  • Creating Better Video Content With Andrea Corson

    Are you utilizing video to connect with your audience? Well, you should be. Video converts at a much higher rate than other forms of content. It’s pretty much a no-brainer. The problem is that most creative entrepreneurs are already overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin. That’s where today’s guest, Andrea Corson jumps in. Andrea is an Emmy-nominated […]

  • 5 Lessons I Learned During My First Year Of Podcasting

    PRESS PLAY:    Cue the confetti because today we are celebrating. It’s my pod-versary! I launched Pimp Your Brilliance a year ago on May 10th, 2017. It’s crazy that it has been a whole year already! I feel very happy and accomplished because many podcasts fail before the one year mark. The workload gets to […]

  • Podcasting- The Good, Bad And Overwhelming

    Thinking of starting a podcast? Today I’m sharing what I’ve learned in my first 30-days of podcasting. Planning, recording and running a stand out podcast show takes a lot of work. I want to help you eliminate the feelings of overwhelm if you’re thinking of starting a podcast by pulling back the curtain and giving […]

  • Bootstrapping, Blogging & Business With Meg Keene

    Meg Keene is the Founder and Editor-in-chief of A Practical Wedding, which started as a Blogspot account on her kitchen table ten years ago, and is now the top independently held wedding publication in the world. In this episode, Meg talks about how A Practical Wedding got started, bootstrapping her business and the realities of running […]

  • How To Start Your Business When Money Is Tight

    What do you do when you have an idea that can be really impactful but you don’t have the funds to invest in it? This is a dilemma that I can relate to because I’ve bootstrapped my business from the very beginning. In this episode, I share my best advice for starting a business when […]