Nicole Baldinu resides in Sydney, Australia and is the co-founder of Webinar Ninja and the $100 MBA Show with her husband, Omar Zenhom. But before all the excitement of an entrepreneurs life, Nicole was a high school and university teacher and she learnt how to turn her failures into success by identity what her real strengths were.
In this episode we discuss:
- Why Nicole prefers to be behind the camera
- Working with her husband
- How they created $100 MBA
- Repurposing content
- Podcast failures and learnings
- Becoming the best podcast on iTunes in 2014
- Brand alignment
- Pitfalls when you don't stay on brand
- Identifying your weaknesses
- Playing to your strengths
- Good preparation
- Developing team culture
- The development of Webinar Ninja
- Developing remote teams
You Will Get Better
You need to go with your strengths and change if things are not working as they should. Don't be afraid to make the change, especially when you know it is necessary.
The first time you do anything it is fearful and it doesn't always work, but the second time it is much easier.
Monday Morning Tip
When we look at our to-do-lists they're usually quite long, and we tend to do the easy, fun stuff first. Instead, we need to start work on the important things first.
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