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Sid Meadows

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The Amazing Entrepreneurs Club is a curated group of entrepreneurs that are having an impact and changing the world! Join us for inspiring conversations where you can learn firsthand from amazing entrepreneurs as they share their experience, struggles, failures, and successes on their way to become successful entrepreneurs.This podcast is a great resource for anyone looking to start their own business, or someone who has been in business for years and needs some support, encouragement, and inspirationWe inspire entrepreneurs! We learn from the best! We discover the people that are shaping the future and will help you become a better entrepreneur. We are a community!


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10/18/21 • 6 min

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Welcome to Club!

Hey friends! I’m Sid Meadows and I’m a Business Strategist and High Performance Coach. Almost 5 years ago I started my journey as an entrepreneur and I quickly discovered just how hard and lonely this journey can be.

It was this experience that led me to create the Amazing Entrepreneurs Club - which is a resource for all entrepreneurs, regardless of where you are along your journey! And we are a lot more than a podcast! We are a community!

My vision is to build a community where we can come together, learn, grow and thrive. But most importantly support each other - because we don’t have to walk this path alone!

My mission is to empower entrepreneurs with resources, information, tips and tools to help you grow and your business grow!

Hey friends....Let’s go on a journey together to build the businesses of OUR dreams!
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We look forward to having you as part of our community!

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10 to Win - Networking Part I

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11/02/21 • 11 min

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Networking is changing. The overall concept remains the same but the way in which we do it and how we connect has changed rapidly. In my personal opinion, these changes are going to stick around for years to come. Listen in to hear my thoughts on the new landscape of networking and what you should focus on to make authentic and relevant connections.

The pandemic of 2020 and 2021 has effectively opened our eyes to new ways of connecting. Thank goodness the technology already existed for us to continue interacting virtually, but now people the world over actually know how to use that technology.

Which is why I don’t believe full on in-person networking with large conferences and massive meetups will ever be a thing. Instead, I think we’re moving to a more hybrid world of networking. Yes there will still be in-person events, but I think they’ll be smaller and include a virtual option.

That being said, you still need to employ the three “Be’s” of networking. These days your connections are even more important and you’re making them in a whole new way. You need to be intentional, be about community, and be engaging.

Networking is a long game. Be prepared to create real connections with people who are excited to support and that you want to support.

In this Episode:

[00:50] Welcome to 10 to Win! Your short business tips to help further your growth.

[02:02] Get ready to learn the best practices for networking in a hybrid world.

[02:53] What is networking?

[05:22] Learn more about the different types of networking, starting with in-person.

[08:44] Don’t forget about social networking.

[09:29] I share the three “Be’s” of networking.

[10:43] Stay tuned for Part II coming in a couple of weeks.

Links and Resources:

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Judy Hoberman - Selling in a Skirt

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11/23/21 • 32 min

Judy Hoberman gave corporate a try after years of entrepreneurship and ultimately realized it wasn’t for her. She is President of Judy Hoberman and Associates, a company focused on empowering professional women. Listen as she shares her story and amazing advice for up and coming entrepreneurs.

Women want to be treated equally, not identically. Which is why she’s helping women amplify their voices in their way. While she can work with others, she prefers the world of entrepreneurship because she can help in a way that works for her.

Not being accountable to a boss allows her the freedom to come up with individualized solutions for each of her clients.

It wasn’t always easy however. When she found her way back to entrepreneurship, she had to rebuild her relationships and pipeline and it took longer than she anticipated. This is one of the reasons that she believes in building relationships before you need them.

Judy has so many amazing nuggets of wisdom to share. Listen in to hear them all and learn what her biggest distraction from business is. (It’s a super cute one!)

Don’t be afraid to do the unexpected.

In this Episode:

[01:05] Welcome to the show Judy!

[03:15] Learn more about Judy’s story and her path to entrepreneurship.

[05:36] What does she help her clients with today?

[07:37] Why did entrepreneurship call to her?

[09:29] What makes her a great entrepreneur?

[11:57] Learn her biggest challenges as an entrepreneur.

[13:24] How did she overcome those challenges?

[15:54] What are the three qualities of a successful entrepreneur?

[19:24] The most unexpected idea she’s had and how it impacted her business.

[21:48] Judy shares her three success tips for new, aspiring, and established entrepreneurs.

[24:37] She answers my three random questions for this show.

[28:49] Connect with Judy.

Links and Resources:

The Amazing Entrepreneurs Club

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Ideal Client Guide

Selling in a Skirt

The Greatest Missed Opportunity TEDX

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12/14/21 • 11 min

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Let me ask you a question. Do you have a personal brand? Many entrepreneurs get so caught up creating a brand for their business, that they forget how important it is to create a personal brand as well. Listen as Chris Vaglio of Rock It Growth Agency provides quick tips on what you need to craft your personal brand.

Why do we need a personal brand? Because people still do business with people. No matter if you are the face of your company or you work in the background, you still need to develop a brand specific to you.

The five most important reasons you need to build your own brand are to stand out, create opportunities, inspire trust, establish authority, and gain access to new audiences through strengthening your current relationships.

But how do you build your own brand?

You get really comfortable with figuring out who you are. Ask yourself these questions:

  • What makes me the happiest?
  • What am I interested in?
  • What am I really good at?
  • What makes me feel MOST like me?

Once you’ve got a handle on the answers to those questions, keep reviewing them. This is an ongoing process. Think about the things that are so inherent to you, that they literally make you who you are. Those things need to be represented in your brand.

Listen to the end to hear an amazing activity that you can do to figure out your biggest strengths!

In this Episode:

[01:23] Welcome Chris Vaglio to the show to share why you need a personal brand.

[02:04] Why should you have a personal brand?

[03:22] Learn five reasons you should have a personal brand.

[05:19] Quick tips on creating your own personal brand.

[06:45] What are the things that are so inherent to you that they make you who you are?

[07:47] Pick five people to share their thoughts on your strengths and best attributes.

[08:53] Write down five things that you are an expert on.

[10:05] Connect with Chris.

Links and Resources:

The Amazing Entrepreneurs Club

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Rock It Growth Agency

Text: LETSROCK to 88500 for a list of Chris’s links and resources!

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The holidays are hard. We’re tired. We’re busy. We’re dealing with close family, distant family, crazy schedules, and it’s hard to remember that we’re ALL going through it. Listen as the Good Doctors of Abbey Research, Dr. Kristen Donnelly and Dr. Erin Hinson share their thoughts on empathy and the holidays.

First off, remember that different people are different and that’s a beautiful thing. We have different beliefs, different thoughts, and different views on the world. If we didn’t then the world would be extremely boring.

While it means that relationships don’t always run smoothly, it does mean that we have bright and vibrant lives.

Also, you don’t have to show up to every conversation that comes your way. You know what topics set you off and which people rub you the wrong way. Avoid them when you can. Set your boundaries and stick to them. If others don’t respect them, then that’s your cue to leave.

Last, engage in your curiosity. It is so much easier to have empathy for others when you have a baseline of knowledge about their beliefs. Ask people questions about their holidays. Learn about their traditions. Engage in your curiosity.

The Good Doctors of Abbey Research are masters of building strong relationships and looking at the world through the lens of empathy. Listen as they share their tips and advice for strengthening your empathy muscle during the holidays.

In this Episode:

[00:51] Welcome Dr. Kristen Donnelly and Dr. Erin Hinson to 10 to Win.

[01:21] Learn the importance of having empathy during the holiday season.

[01:42] Empathy is not about emotions. It’s your mental framework for understanding.

[02:38] Holidays happen year round so this conversation is good to keep in mind for all holidays.

[03:18] Different people are different. Keep that in mind.

[04:20] How do you hang out with family members that you can’t stand?

[06:17] You do not have to show up to every conversation you’re invited to. Learn more.

[07:48] Engage in your curiosity as a practice for building your empathy during holidays.

[09:36] Get curious about other people.

[10:15] A quick wrap up for tips and tricks to engage your empathy during the holidays.

Links and Resources:

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Abbey Research

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Sid Meadows - Meet Your Host

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11/02/21 • 43 min

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One of the hardest things about being an entrepreneur is finding a community of people who understand what you’re going through and are willing to support you in your journey. That’s why I created The Amazing Entrepreneurs Club.

In this first episode, I asked my friend Kerry Zarb to come on and interview me! I wanted to tell you all my story while showing off the style and cadence of the show. Kerry is a brilliant podcast strategist and co-host of The Amazing Entrepreneurs Clubhouse group.

Listen as I share more about my journey, my thoughts on what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur, my tips, and so much more.

Kerry and I had a blast during this conversation. We both love providing insights into the world of entrepreneurship while also encouraging and motivating others who are on the same path.

If you love the show and want to know more, join us in The Amazing Entrepreneurs Club.

In this Episode:

[00:55] Welcome to The Amazing Entrepreneurs Club Podcast!

[01:51] Kerry Zarb, podcast marketing strategist, is starting this podcast off by interviewing me.

[03:48] Learn how Kerry and I met and why we love that platform.

[07:16] I introduce myself and share who I am and what I do.

[10:48] Why I became an entrepreneur.

[11:48] What I would do differently if I were starting over.

[13:37] Which traits make a good entrepreneur?

[15:54] Learn what entrepreneurship has given back to me.

[18:09] We move into the Power of Three segment. Learn more about my biggest challenge.

[23:11] Kerry shares one of her favorite quotes about life and entrepreneurship.

[24:12] What are the three qualities of a successful entrepreneur?

[27:37] I share one of the most unexpected ideas I’ve created and how it impacted the company.

[30:17] Hear my three tips for new entrepreneurs.

[34:54] I’m answering three random questions and sharing a bit more about me.

[40:14] We wrap up the first episode with how you can connect with Kerry and what to expect throughout the season.

Links and Resources:

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Kerry’s Website

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Dr. Kristen Donnelly - Abbey Research

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11/09/21 • 29 min

Entrepreneurship runs deep. When one is raised by a person who entrepreneurially minded, they are forever altered in how they view the world. Dr. Kristen Donnelly is a product of just such a situation. Listen as she shares about her family’s company, Abby Companies and the branch she launched called Abbey Research.

Dr. Kristen’s dad started a business working in various colors. They manufacture the stains used to diagnose certain kinds of cancer, various ophthalmological stains, and more. Even though she grew up in an entrepreneurial household however, she never realized that she too had similar aspirations.

She went to school and obtained higher and higher levels of education, but eventually realized that academia was not for her. What she learned in academia however, was that she loved helping people think more critically about themselves and their goals and dreams.

Now she runs Abbey Research, a company dedicated to helping people “human” better. Something the world definitely needs right now!

Listen as she shares about her story and how Abbey Research came to be. She also shares her top three tips for new and aspiring entrepreneurs and why she believes finding your calling is one of the most important things you’ll ever do in life.

Dr. Kristen shares so many insightful nuggets, it’s no wonder she’s a three-time TEDx speaker!

In this Episode:

[00:58] Welcome Dr. Kristen Donnelly to the show.

[03:00] What do they do at Abbey Companies?

[04:30] Learn more about Abbey Research and their mission.

[06:06] The four methods they use to help you become a better human.

[06:58] Who do they serve?

[09:26] During the lockdowns Kristen realized how tired everyone is of pretending they know what they’re doing.

[10:42] What made Kristen want to be an entrepreneur?

[13:10] Kristen is an entrepreneur within an established business which is an interesting path to maneuver.

[14:38] Listen as Kristen shares three tips to new and aspiring entrepreneurs.

[17:33] You cannot measure your impact. Keep doing what you’re called to.

[18:52] How can someone discover their calling?

[20:56] What does it mean to “create wealth” in Kristen’s family?

[23:31] Kristen answers her three random questions for the day.

[26:23] What’s the nicest thing a stranger has ever done for her and vice versa?

[27:20] Connect with Kristen.

Links and Resources:

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Abbey Research

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12/28/21 • 11 min

Do you ever feel as if you work and work and work but you never get anything done? Or if you do get things done, you don’t feel as productive as you’d like to each day? Melissa Stecher is a scheduling mastermind here to share her tips on organization for entrepreneurs.

Organization as a business owner starts with scheduling. If you don’t schedule your time then you will find yourself working endless hours and never truly feeling like you get things done. But don’t just schedule your work time.

As an entrepreneur, your time is yours. No one is dictating to you when you should work or how, so that means that ALL of your time should be accounted for. If you have a morning routine that helps you get pumped for the day, schedule it. Need to eat lunch? Schedule it!

Melissa’s most important things to schedule time for:

  • Checking your emails
  • Accountability time
  • Marketing tasks
  • Content creation and editing
  • Team meetings
  • Financial meetings

Also, make sure that your “must do’s” for each day are scheduled during your most energetic times. This is when you are most focused and productive meaning you’re more likely to get everything done!

Need help getting started? Check out Melissa’s complimentary scheduling pages here.

In this Episode:

[00:09] Welcome our guest host Melissa Stecher to talk about organization for entrepreneurs.

[01:27] When it comes to organizing, it’s imperative that you have a schedule.

[02:14] Different ways you can schedule and the way you need to approach scheduling as a whole.

[03:20] How to schedule in time to check your emails so that you’re not in them all day long.

[04:13] Do you schedule accountability time?

[05:23] You also need to schedule in time for your marketing tasks.

[06:40] Are you creating video and audio content? Schedule in the recording and editing time.

[07:22] Weekly team meetings are a must to have on the schedule.

[08:14] Also schedule in time to meet with your financial advisor or accountant.

[10:18] Schedule your “must do’s” during your most energetic time.

[10:37] Check out Melissa’s complimentary scheduling pages.

Links and Resources:

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10 to Win - Networking Part II

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11/16/21 • 18 min

I’m back with some tactical tips to help you network in this new hybrid world. Last time I shared all about the new landscape of networking and today we’re going through ways you can make the most of your in-person, virtual, and hybrid events.

First things first, you need to have a plan. What are you looking to gain by networking at this particular event? Who do you want to meet? What are your goals for networking in general?

Figure out these specific bits and create a true plan for the event. It doesn’t need to be a 20 page business plan, but it does need to be written out and it needs to be specific.

Next, know thyself and your business. That’s right! You need to come up with a unique and interesting pitch to quickly and efficiently introduce yourself and what you do. Something more than, “Hi! My name is Sid and I’m an [insert what you do and who you do it for.]”

While that information is great, it’s not something that will capture the attention of those around you. Listen in to hear a better alternative!

Also, remember that networking is all about creating relationships. Resist the urge to go on and on about yourself and shift your focus to the people you’re meeting and talking to.

Finally, I’m sharing several different platforms you can use to strategically network online. I do mean strategically. You should have a strategy in place for how long you’re networking, who you’re networking with, and how you want your networking efforts to further your growth.

Let me know if any of these tips have helped you strengthen your networking game!

In this Episode:

[01:18] You need to have a plan when networking in a hybrid world.

[02:38] Know thyself and your business.

[04:57] Shift your focus to the person in front of you.

[06:56] Set goals for the events you’re attending.

[09:01] Various platforms to use for your networking strategy.

[12:22] Learn about the “Not Creepy Room” on Clubhouse.

[13:40] A new platform for me is Eventbrite.

[15:50] Also check out Whatsapp, Slack, and Reddit.

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01/11/22 • 12 min

With the holidays upon us and the start of a new year, many of us are likely feeling or facing burnout. We don’t have to succumb. The most important thing is to understand when we’ve reached burnout and figure out ways to avoid it. Listen in to learn more!

First of all, we need to know the stages of burnout. This is important because the sooner we can identify our burnout, the more likely we’ll be to avoid it all together.

Stage 1: Enthusiasm

Stage 2: Stagnation

Stage 3: Frustration

Stage 4: Apathy

Stage 5: Intervention

If you’ve reached stage five, then it’s time to bring in helping hands. It’s likely however that if you’re in a place of burnout, you’re in one of the earlier stages.

So what do you do when you realize you’ve started creeping toward true burnout? Here are my tips for avoiding burnout.

First, take a time out. Simply stepping away and re-energizing with a lost hobby or a different activity can sometimes be the ticket. Then find ways to adjust your mindset. Our mindset is usually the reason we’re in the deep, dark hole of burnout in the first place, so a realignment of sorts usually helps.

Then, find an accountability partner to help you talk through how you’re feeling and ways to avoid the pit. Next, journal. Seriously. Just writing things out will help you better understand your habits and how you got here in the first place.

Surround yourself with successful people. The people in your life heavily influence your thoughts and behavior. This isn’t to say that successful people don’t get burned out, but they’re usually much better at recognizing it.

Lastly, practice gratitude. This is a big one and it’s a practice that I am 100% behind. When you practice gratitude, you’re putting yourself in the mindframe of realizing the things, big and small, that you’ve been gifted with. This is a powerful way to switch your mindset and find healing.

How do you battle back the burnout?

In this episode:

[00:52] I’m going to share my thoughts with you on how to avoid burnout.

[02:09] The first stage is when we are at our best, which is called enthusiasm.

[02:36] The next stage is called stagnation.

[03:12] The third stage is frustration.

[04:07] Apathy is the fourth stage of burnout.

[04:28] The fifth stage is intervention.

[05:32] Now let's discuss how you can avoid burnout.

[05:51] Tip #1 Take time out.

[06:46] Tip #2 Adjust your mindset.

[07:37] Tip #3 Find an accountability partner.

[08:15] Tip #4 Journal.

[08:40] Tip #5 Surround yourself with successful people.

[09:28] The final tip is to have and express gratitude.

[11:02] I have your back and don’t want anyone to experience burnout.

[11:28] Thank you for joining me today!

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How many episodes does Amazing Entrepreneurs Club have?

Amazing Entrepreneurs Club currently has 24 episodes available.

What topics does Amazing Entrepreneurs Club cover?

The podcast is about Entrepreneur, Sales, Business, Entrepreneurship and Marketing.

What is the most popular episode on Amazing Entrepreneurs Club?

The episode title 'Introducing the Amazing Entrepreneurs Club' is the most popular with 5 listens, 2 ratings and 2 comments/reviews.

What is the average episode length on Amazing Entrepreneurs Club?

The average episode length on Amazing Entrepreneurs Club is 27 minutes.

How often are episodes of Amazing Entrepreneurs Club released?

Episodes of Amazing Entrepreneurs Club are typically released every 7 days.

When was the first episode of Amazing Entrepreneurs Club?

The first episode of Amazing Entrepreneurs Club was released on Oct 18, 2021.

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