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Matt Hart is the Wordpress developer for Wonderly. In this episode, Matt shares tips for service-providers in thinking through their website and talks about the evolution of his career. You can follow more of the good work Matt is doing by following @WithWonderly on Instagram. Matt also hangs out in The Gem Club membership answers any Wordpress que…
 
Ashli Nixon joined The Wonder Jam as a partner and serves as the managing partner for BASIS. In this episode, Ashli shares lessons learned over the first 6 months leading BASIS as well as tips for online retailers who are getting ready to start selling their products. Follow @WithBasis on Instagram to stay up to date with more work from Ashli. --- …
 
In September 2020, with the launch of Wonderly, Allie Lehman took her career and work on a new, focused direction. In this episode, Adam interviews Allie about her work, her clients, and what evolution she sees her clients making. You can follow Wonderly more closely on Instagram over on @WithWonderly. Sign up for Allie's newsletter - a considerati…
 
Sitting down with Simi is always refreshing and in our conversation together Simi shares her observations as to what the current work-from-home environment is doing to our minds, how to move through it, and allowing ourselves to change and adapt. Simi also shares a bit more about her virtual barre membership called Unmeasured. You can learn more by…
 
In this episode, Allie and Adam share some news regarding how The Wonder Jam is evolving. They share the thinking, plans, and what you can expect to see going forward. They also introduce a new teammate that is going to be doing big things in The Wonder Jam's future; Ashli Nixon Learn more by visiting TheWonderJam.com. --- VISIT OUR NEW PODCAST - T…
 
In this Episode, Allie is joined by Tasha Branham - CEO of naturally smitten, and Krystopher Scott - Creative and Co-Founder of Billion or Bust Media for an Upgrade Your Side Hustle event moderated by Adam. They discuss ups and downs early in their entrepreneurial careers and how they got to where they are today.…
 
In this behind-the-scenes episode of the podcast, Adam and Allie talk about how their business changed when they transitioned from working from home to occupying a physical studio space. Adam breaks down monthly expenses and Allie talks about how clients' perceive your business differently once you have a brick and mortar location. Of course, Adam …
 
In this episode of the podcast, Adam and Allie answer questions that most business owners don't want to address. They get into how to fire a client and the nitty-gritty of finances. Enroll in The Wonder Jam's Diamond Membership! Show Notes: The Most Successful Brands Focus on Users — Not Buyers Service Bar - Cheesy Brisket Crunch…
 
Adam and Allie discuss how people with multiple skillsets can amplify what they want to be known for. They talk to The Wonder Jam's developer, Matt Hart, about specialization and balancing work with other creative passions. Matt also describes the benefits of being a member of a team, as opposed to working as a 1-person-operation.…
 
In this episode Allie asks Adam to share some of his insight regarding personality testing. He describes some of his favorite tests and what the results have taught him about himself and how he works with others. They also talk about how personality test results can help employers build balanced teams. Tests Mentioned: 16 Personalities 9 Types Stre…
 
This week, Adam asks Allie about how she balances having her own personal aesthetic as an artist while still delivering what a client wants. Allie explains how her fine art background plays into things and why it's important for her to remember that her work isn't just art — it has to be useful to a client. If you're enjoying Season 3 of the podcas…
 
In this episode Adam asks Allie to talk about how she handles client feedback. Allie talks about how her reaction to feedback has changed since she first started presenting work, and why she prefers to receive feedback in person rather than over email. If you have a question that you want Adam & Allie to answer on the podcast, send us an email at p…
 
Two weeks into 2018 and we're finally both back in the office for the first time since the New Year. After dealing with back-to-back illnesses that kept each of us out of the office, we decided to dedicate this episode to talking about how to handle being sick and running a business at the same time. From preventing getting sick in the first place …
 
We're back for Season 3 of the podcast! This season we're doing things a little differently — instead of interviewing different guests each episode, this time around it's just the two of us. We'll be releasing shorter episodes focused on condensed topics we want to talk to each other about — topics we think our dedicated listeners want to hear our …
 
In this Season 2 Finale episode of the podcast, Allie and Adam reflect on the last 10 episodes, touching on their favorite interview moments and lessons learned. We also look forward to Season 3 and talk about our plans for how the podcast will be different starting in January. Thank you to everyone who listened to the podcast this season! If our m…
 
In this episode, Catherine & Bryan Williamson sit down with us to discuss what it's like to own a business with your spouse. Catherine and Bryan, however, don't own just one business together, they own three: Mix Design Collective is their design-build company that specializes in interior design, old home remodels, and real estate investment. Begin…
 
Rebecca Ritchey aka Eating Books is a digital media consultant and freelance writer. On Rebecca's blog she shares fictional food photography, literary musings, travel stories and business tips. In this episode of the podcast we talk about how Eating Books came to be, and which social media platform is Rebecca's favorite. Allie and Rebecca share the…
 
Jenny Sansouci, publisher of Healthy Crush started her blogging journey 10 years ago. After enrolling at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN), she quit her digital advertising job and started focusing full-time on health coaching and blogging. In this episode, Jenny talks about figuring out how to make a living off of her blog, traveling t…
 
In this episode we sit down with Kate Finley, of Belle Communications, a digital PR agency that specializes in restaurant, lifestyle and non-profit brand marketing. Kate talks about how she built her team without having an actual shared workplace, and how the remote team stays connected. She also discusses having to implement new policies as her co…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Deja and Chanelle, sisters and founders of Replenish: The Spa Co-op. We talk about their experience as owners of a brick-and-mortar business that recently opened a second location. Deja and Chanelle talk about expanding their team, what it's like working with family and how Replenish is so much more than just a spa…
 
Joe Hamgeri, a consultant and “CFO-for-hire” calls in to discuss how he started his own business and how he helps clients reach financial success. Joe discusses the importance of knowing the numbers behind your business, especially your profit margin. He also gives us recommendations of websites and tools he uses to increase his productivity. As al…
 
Josie Schweitzer aka Thank Yoga tells us about how she first got into the practice, and how she made the decision to leave her career as a hair stylist to start her own studio. She also tells us about how yoga is more than just physical exercise and how it informs her life. We talk about the difficult decision Josie made when she stepped down as Th…
 
In this episode we talk to Hillary Weiss, a “copywriter, ghostwriter, and mischief-maker.” Hillary talks about what it was like to start an online course, and how she assembled a team of creatives to make the launch happen. She also explains how she helps clients find their authentic voice through their original stories and unique experiences. Hill…
 
In this episode we talk to Melissa Alam, the founder of FearlessCon — a conference "for women who get shit done." Melissa talks about what inspired her to create FearlessCon, the importance of giving women of color a platform and what it's been like building a community of female business leaders. To enter to win 2 tickets to FearlessCon in Philade…
 
The Wonder Jam Cast is back! Season 2 of the podcast is all about the nitty gritty details, we’re calling it Below the Surface: The Secret Lives of Business Owners. In this episode, we answer listeners’ questions, telling them everything they’ve ever wanted to know about what goes on at The Wonder Jam. Questions range from “Who is your dream client…
 
In this season finale episode of the podcast, we sit down with The Wonder Jam's entire team to discuss what everyone has learned this summer. We talk with Annie Webster, Erika Strohecker, Olivia Jocson and Michael Tedesco about the individual projects they've been working on, and of course to analyze a wide variety of celebrity headlines. Thank you…
 
Vanessa Wade owns a design studio in San Diego called Noirve, which focuses on brand development and web design for small businesses. In this episode, Vanessa describes what it was life to transition into working full-time as a freelance designer, including the time that she sold her car to ensure she had an emergency fund. Vanessa also talks about…
 
Malika Jacobs never set out to open a board game parlor, but that's exactly what she did. Kingmakers Board Game Parlor was founded in Columbus in 2014, and just recently opened its second location in Indianapolis. In this episode we talk about Malika's journey; moving multiple times throughout her childhood, getting her MBA at The Ohio State Univer…
 
We're back! In this pop-up episode we fill you in on everything we've been busy with since we last posted an episode. We talk about the gallery we recently hosted which showcased pieces from Allie and Erika's 100 Day Project, as well as some upcoming events at The Wonder Jam. Adam and Allie discuss the latest celebrity headlines that caught their a…
 
In 2013 Danielle Evans combined her love of lettering, design, photography, and eating to create food typography. In this episode, Danielle discusses the courageous move to become a full-time artist in a niche field. We also talk about knowing your worth as an artist and being comfortable charging for your work and time. Danielle also describes her…
 
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