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Best Alison J Prince podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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Welcome to the Because I Can Life podcast! I'm Alison J. Prince and I went from being a Jr High Teacher to building 4 multi-million dollar businesses with 4 kids at my feet. This podcast is designed for those who are ready to step into their Because I Can Life where you do not need permission to make money... where you can live your beautiful life... and find your inner happy. Commit now to stepping into your Because I Can Life by downloading your personal Because I Can bundle at www.because ...
 
Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. Classic literature, obscure plays, goofy childen’s books: they'll read it all, one overdue book at a time.
 
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Everything happens for a reason in James McBride's new novel. It's September of 1969 and a doddering Brooklyn deacon just shot the neighborhood's top drug dealer. The events set in motion touch every member of the community - from its 102-year-old founder to the fire ants in the boiler room - and help them build a future as the world changes around…
 
Julie begins her presentation by sharing how she struggled initially with an identity crisis. Her story is incredible. She shows us that you can be whatever you want to be. You have all you need within yourself to reach your goals no matter how many mistakes you make along the way. She takes us through the skills you need to be successful as an onl…
 
Can our podcast truly capture the depth of a renowned Brazilian novelist's final work? This question mirrors one asked by the narrator of The Hour of the Star, whose attempts to portray a young woman's pitiable existence are hindered by his fears that he will never do her story justice. Also, Craig talks into a sock. Our theme music was composed by…
 
Driven by the goal to pay off her huge amount of student loans, Ronisa decided that entrepreneurship was more logical rather than taking a second job. That’s how her journey began. Initially, she easily got distracted by taking in lots of information and trying out different products. She describes herself as an information junkie. However, in 2019…
 
The Games may have ended, but we're still hungry! We travel back to Panem for the close of Collins' trilogy about Katniss, Peeta, and revolution. It's time to talk (a)political messages, rickety love triangles, the limits of a hero's POV. If you aren't caught up on our Hunger Games journey, go give Episode 400 or Episode 410 a listen! Our theme mus…
 
Entrepreneurs are like the million-dollar horse, but rather than treat themselves as such; they sometimes treat themselves so poorly. They fail to invest in themselves and in courses that could help them get to their goal much faster. They opt to go through trial and error as I did in the early parts of my business. In this episode, I will take you…
 
Craig loves dinosaurs, so Andrew let him talk for an hour about Steve Brusatte's recent book for dino devotees. Time to talk T-Rexes, Sauropods, and graphic depictions of the end of the world with our live Patreon chat. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Special thanks to the Patreon supporters who joined us in the live chat. For more i…
 
In this episode, we take you through why a business coach is so important to you as you run your business. They get you on the business jet versus the business crawl as I talked about in episode 19. A life coach will help you create consistency and constant momentum of moving forward in your business. This is so powerful as it helps you hit your go…
 
In this episode, my guest Bev Schweigert tells us how a slow start morphed into record breaking sales for her business. She teaches us that the offer is not in the product, it’s in the story behind why you sell the product. Bev calls herself a “slow starter” in the entrepreneur world. Last year, she quit her job to focus on her true passion which i…
 
This episode is all about techniques to make more money using the same product. This week, I am going to talk about and share examples of my offers to help spark your creativity when it comes to writing offers of your own. Everyone has their own reason for wanting to make more money. For my husband and I, we wanted to make sure we could support our…
 
In this episode, I encourage you to say “yes I can” and move forward with your online business now. Online shopping rates are up and are trending to keep moving forward. We are heading into what I call eCommerce 3.0. People want to buy physical products, and there is no reason that those products shouldn't be yours. I want to talk to you about the …
 
Noted symbologist Robert Langdon has to "solve" a "mystery" that "references" Dante's Inferno! Let's see if he can crack the clues before the whole world succumbs to a transhumanist disease (yes, that's a real sentence that makes real sense.) For context, this was originally released in late May for some of our Patreon supporters. *** As we say in …
 
Jhumpa Lahiri's second short story collection focuses on the experiences of second- and third-generation Bengali-Americans, people caught between the futures they're trying to build and the pasts they're trying to honor. Her direct, compelling writing style makes these slices of life particularly affecting, as do the characters and the misfortunes …
 
In this episode, I’ll dive into the topic of the cost of lost opportunity and one of the most crippling questions that every startup online entrepreneur should avoid focusing on, “What if it doesn’t sell?” That is the worst mindset one can have when they’re starting an online business (or any business for that matter) and I’m living proof that adop…
 
My grandmother asked me to tell you about this podcast. It's about a book by Swedish author Fredrik Backman, and it's about a precocious young girl named Elsa and her quest to deliver her Granny's letters of apology. It's a fairy tale - of sorts. It's also a story about coming to grips with the world's complications, with the ways in which we are a…
 
In this episode, I’m going to have a conversation with high ticket sales extraordinaire, Eileen Wilder. Eileen is a bestselling author, coach, ordained pastor, the founder and CEO of Wild & Free™, and in-demand speaker who has helped countless people get unstuck, change lives with their message, and turn their passion into profit. She's helped coac…
 
What's a boy to do when his dad is the bumbling Chief of Police? Solve crimes, of course! Join us as we solve The Mystery of How Donald J. Sobol Wrote Detective Fiction for Kids! Special thanks to the Patreon supporters who joined us in the live chat. For more info on how to participate in bonus episode recordings, head to patreon.com/overduepod.…
 
In this episode, I’m going to move away from the normal business topics that I talk about to share what it’s been like living in Puerto Rico. It’s been a year since my husband and I moved our family from our awesomely comfortable home in Utah to set up base in Puerto Rico, and I’m going to talk about the absolute adventure that it has been for us, …
 
Fair warning: this book's a bit of a bummer! Agee's autobiographical A Death in the Family centers on the aftermath of the automobile accident that took his father's life in 1915. It's a poetic exploration of grief and trauma -- which may not be everyone's cup of tea these days! Ways we try to lighten the mood include: It's a Wonderful Life musings…
 
In this episode, I’m going to bring tapping expert Alex Ortner to the show to talk about exactly how tapping can benefit us. The first time I heard about tapping, it was a little bit of a unique stretch for me. It was out of the normal and I was super confused about what it was, but at the Brendon Burchard mastermind that I went to a couple of mont…
 
In this episode, I’m going to talk about the four different types of online stores that one can start and grow successfully. When I first got started in online business, I didn't even know that there were actual different types of online stores. I just started selling leftover crafting supplies from my house. And in hindsight, my lack of awareness …
 
The arena calls our name again, and we must volunteer as tribute! It's time we talked about Suzanne Collins' second novel about the dystopic land of Panem and their annual Hunger Games. Tune in for a discussion of revolution, game design, and underbaked love triangles. Plus, Andrew goes a-Googlin'! If you aren't caught up on our Hunger Games journe…
 
In this episode, I’m going to have a conversation with Mel Abraham, a.k.a. The Influencer’s Influencer and The Thought Leader to Thought Leaders. He is the founder of Thoughtpreneur Academy, an online training program that helps entrepreneurs build their expertise and authority in their niche to grow their businesses and increase their revenue. He …
 
In this episode, I’m going to talk about why you can't make decisions related to your family or business even when it’s important that you do. When five o’clock in the evening hits, most mothers are super tired, and the age-old question from their kids about what’s for dinner makes them feel like they’ll cringe and you just want to make everything …
 
In this special episode, I’ll talk about all that’s going on in the world with the Coronavirus, the stock market tumbling, the earthquake in Utah, and all the horrible things that are happening globally. I’ll share how I was being overwhelmed by all those things and how I’ve been receiving messages from some of my students who are having second tho…
 
In this episode, I brought in Laura Stevenson, one of my students of the Zero to 100k system, to give her some one-on-one coaching so that you can hear how these roll out. When I first pulled up her video to do this coaching session, she was beaming with excitement to geek out about her business with me. Laura was the marketing director of a dental…
 
Have you ever found yourself in a state wherein you are always chasing the latest, greatest tool, social media platform, product, etc? Of course, the bare problem within this problem is that one chases the newest thing and never completes the older thing. If that’s you, you’ve fallen victim to the shiny object syndrome. You never see any substantia…
 
We had a blast processing this novelization of the hit film Sonic the Hedgehog! Did you know it's based on a video game?! Gotta read fast! Special thanks to the Patreon supporters who joined us in the live chat. For more info on how to participate in bonus episode recordings, head to patreon.com/overduepod.…
 
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