Irie Lemon Podcast
An Honest Conversation About Year One

An Honest Conversation About Year One

September 29, 2020

In this week’s episode, Liz & Vince look back on their first year of producing the Irie Lemon Podcast. Coming from such vastly different approaches to entrepreneurship, Liz & Vince have learned so much working together over the last year. This episode provides an honest glimpse into the business partners’ special chemistry with one another alongside the occasional conflicts that arise when two high-powered hustlers with nearly opposite demeanors work together towards a common goal. Just like any successful partnership, the Irie Lemon duo have learned that communication and compromise are the hallmarks of any meaningful growth. 

Hear the wonderful chemistry of these dynamic hosts, partners, and friends in today’s fun episode sponsored by Revolution Farms.

 

What you can expect to hear Liz & Vince reminisce about and analyze: 

  • Their favorite moments of year one
  • Their most challenging adjustments in moving from lone visionary to half of a duo
  • Tips for current or aspiring podcasters
  • What’s next in Irie Lemon’s plans to slowly take over the world
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Produced by Attic Audio Productions, LLC.
Influencer Marketing: Behind-the-Scenes Insight with Laurie Buckle of CookIt Media

Influencer Marketing: Behind-the-Scenes Insight with Laurie Buckle of CookIt Media

September 22, 2020

Have you ever wondered how social media influencers connect with brands for sponsored deals? Curious how companies find like-minded bloggers to promote their products? This week we welcome Laurie Buckle, CEO and Founder of CookIt Media, a Los Angeles-based agency that specializes in brand strategy, influencer marketing and content creation. Laurie and her team work with both brands and influencers, bringing their expertise as editors, marketers, content creators and social media pros to the work of building brands, shaping partnerships and creating content. 

Whether you’re an influencer or simply a consumer that follows influencers on social media, this episode will provide you with lots of insight on how all of your favorite influencers work with brands. `

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • Laure Buckle’s evolution in the food editorial space
  • How our favorite influencers monetize
  • Tips for building a sustainable brand
  • Laurie’s prediction for the future of influencer marketing 
  • Why some influencers are able to turn their hobby into a thriving career and others aren’t 
  • Whether an influencer marketing agency might be right for your business 

 

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Produced by: Kirk Ross, Attic Audio Productions

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Living an Essentialism Lifestyle

Living an Essentialism Lifestyle

September 15, 2020

In this week’s episode, Liz & Vince discuss lessons from one of Liz’s favorite books –  Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown. In a culture that seems to value “busyness” over productivity, this discussion illuminates the idea that you can do less while contributing more. Liz & Vince discuss ten important guidelines to steer ourselves into living an essentialism lifestyle, using both excerpts from McKeown’s book and real-world applications from their personal journeys. As the author’s website asks, “[h]ave you ever felt stretched too thin?” We all have, and this episode will provide bundles of strategies to increase your productive efficiency, and as Vince explains, to protect your energy.

 

What you can expect to learn about in today’s episode:

The basics of essentialism How to decipher between busy work and essential tasks What is ‘busy bragging’? How to avoid the people pleasing trap  

Buy Greg McKeown’s Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less on Amazon

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Gina Homolka of Skinnytaste

Gina Homolka of Skinnytaste

September 8, 2020

Irie Lemon Podcast - Ep. #45: Gina Homolka of Skinnytaste.com

In this week’s episode, Liz & Vince are joined by Gina Homolka, cookbook author and founder of Skinnytaste.com, where you’ll find healthy dishes that don’t sacrifice any of the flavor that can be found in their full-fat origins.  Gina’s creations must be both “skinny” and “tasty” because after all, this is the same food she cooks on a daily basis for friends and family, and they are some of her toughest critics!

What you can expect to learn about in today’s episode:

  • Gina’s humble beginnings as a part-time blogger
  • How she grew Skinnytaste.com into a bona fide business
  • Meal prepping tips for the busy home cook
  • Gina’s tips for success in business and life

 

Check out Skinnytaste.com

Pre-Order Gina’s Skinnytaste Meal Prep: Healthy Make-Ahead Meals and Freezer Recipes to Simplify Your Life on Amazon

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Fostering an Online Community with Micaela of Harry & David

Fostering an Online Community with Micaela of Harry & David

September 1, 2020

This week’s episode is sponsored by Harry & David, an American-based premium food and gift producer and retailer that has been helping loved ones stay connected across the miles since 1934. We’re joined by Micaela to discuss how Harry & David has successfully cultivated an online community through engagement, authenticity, and providing value. We also talk about fun and unique ways to stay connected with friends and family during a Pandemic.  

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • How to stay connected with loved ones during a Pandemic
  • Ways to foster a highly engaged online community
  • Adapting and jumping into digital trends
  • Working smarter, not harder
  • The importance of interaction and authenticity

 

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