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Live In The Feast

Jason Resnick | Freelance Web Developer | Family G

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Live In The Feast is a seasonal podcast for developers and designers looking to discover their niche to build recurring revenue. So that they can live the life that they want and ultimately reach the goals of why they started their own business in the first place. Each season will be a theme specific to your business. And each episode features a guest who's been there before and achieved success. You'll get actionable takeaways for you to implement in your business immediately after each show. No fluff, no pie in the sky dreaming, this is real-life examples and takeaways for you.

Latest Episodes

612 - Undercharging, Targeting the Wrong Audience, and What You Should Do About It with Alex McClafferty

Todayâs co-host is Alex McClafferty. Alex is the co-founder of WP Curve and a CEO coach. Since selling WP Curve to GoDaddy a few years ago, heâs spent a lot of time traveling and spending time with friends and family. But like most entrepreneurs, he wasnât about to sit still for very long. He started coaching CEOs, and runs a Consultant to CEO program.

43 MIN3 weeks ago
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612 - Undercharging, Targeting the Wrong Audience, and What You Should Do About It with Alex McClafferty

611 - Creating Results and Building Relationships Through Your Pricing with Mor Cohen

Todayâs co-host is Mor Cohen. Mor is a branding and web designer and teaches people how to build better client relationships. Mor is the founder of FlixFrame, a web design agency for small businesses and entrepreneurs.

49 MINSEP 17
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611 - Creating Results and Building Relationships Through Your Pricing with Mor Cohen

610 - Knowing Your Audience, Making Mistakes, and Pricing Products vs Services with Jack McDade

Todayâs co-host is Jack McDade. Jack is the founder and creator of Statamic, a CMS that makes building a website better and easier to manage. Jack created Statamic in 2012, and though it started as a side project, it has grown into a platform, community, and profitable company. Heâs currently working on version three of the software.

42 MINSEP 10
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610 - Knowing Your Audience, Making Mistakes, and Pricing Products vs Services with Jack McDade

609 - Pricing Your Productized Services and Working with Intention with Brian Casel

Todayâs co-host is Brian Casel. Brian is a designer and full-stack developer, as well as the founder of ProcessKit and Audience Ops. While Brian started as a freelance designer, he has transitioned into a business owner by productizing his own services.

48 MINSEP 3
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609 - Pricing Your Productized Services and Working with Intention with Brian Casel

608 - Story Lines, Positioning, and How To Differentiate Your Business with April Dunford

Todayâs co-host is April Dunford, a positioning consultant and entrepreneur who literally wrote the book on positioning. Sheâs also an in-demand keynote speaker. While her book, Obviously Awesome, refers to products, most of it can be applied to services, as well â something April talks about in todayâs show. She also shares how her loose position affected her trajectory when she first became a consultant.

43 MINAUG 27
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608 - Story Lines, Positioning, and How To Differentiate Your Business with April Dunford

607 - Case Studies, Client Research, and How To Create Killer Conversion Copywriting with Joel Klettke

Todayâs co-host is Joel Klettke. Joel is a conversion copywriter and the co-founder of Case Study Buddy. Joel is a sought-after consultant, having worked with companies like Hubspot and WP Engine, among others. Today, Joel is talking with us about his strategies around conversion copywriting.

42 MINAUG 20
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607 - Case Studies, Client Research, and How To Create Killer Conversion Copywriting with Joel Klettke

606 - Consulting, Pricing, and Understanding your Clients with Hillary Weiss

Todayâs co-host is Hillary Weiss. Hillary is a concept development consultant, speaker, copywriter, and founder of Statement Piece Studio.

47 MINAUG 13
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606 - Consulting, Pricing, and Understanding your Clients with Hillary Weiss

605 - Mindset and How Goals Inform Your Pricing with Vito Peleg

Todayâs guest is Vito Peleg from WPFeedback. Vito is a business owner, musician, and developer who got his start building websites when he was 14 years old. Many of the valuable lessons heâs learned came from the years spent with his band. Though he was a musician first, he learned how to run a business while he was on tour.

51 MINAUG 6
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605 - Mindset and How Goals Inform Your Pricing with Vito Peleg

604 - LinkedIn, Pricing Strategies, and Why Video is the Medium of the Future with David Kilkelly

Todayâs guest is David Kilkelly. David is the co-founder of BlinkBack, a creative video production studio that specializes in helping clients create marketing campaigns with video.

47 MINJUL 30
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604 - LinkedIn, Pricing Strategies, and Why Video is the Medium of the Future with David Kilkelly

603 - Developing Client Relationships, Leveling Up Your Pricing, and Getting Better at Business with Chris Do

Todayâs guest is Chris Do. Chris is a teacher, consultant, designer, and entrepreneur. Heâs also the founder of Blind, one of the longest running, single-owner design agencies. Chris also founded The Futur, an education platform with more than 500,000 YouTube subscribers.

44 MINJUL 23
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603 - Developing Client Relationships, Leveling Up Your Pricing, and Getting Better at Business with Chris Do

Latest Episodes

612 - Undercharging, Targeting the Wrong Audience, and What You Should Do About It with Alex McClafferty

Todayâs co-host is Alex McClafferty. Alex is the co-founder of WP Curve and a CEO coach. Since selling WP Curve to GoDaddy a few years ago, heâs spent a lot of time traveling and spending time with friends and family. But like most entrepreneurs, he wasnât about to sit still for very long. He started coaching CEOs, and runs a Consultant to CEO program.

43 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
612 - Undercharging, Targeting the Wrong Audience, and What You Should Do About It with Alex McClafferty

611 - Creating Results and Building Relationships Through Your Pricing with Mor Cohen

Todayâs co-host is Mor Cohen. Mor is a branding and web designer and teaches people how to build better client relationships. Mor is the founder of FlixFrame, a web design agency for small businesses and entrepreneurs.

49 MINSEP 17
Comments
611 - Creating Results and Building Relationships Through Your Pricing with Mor Cohen

610 - Knowing Your Audience, Making Mistakes, and Pricing Products vs Services with Jack McDade

Todayâs co-host is Jack McDade. Jack is the founder and creator of Statamic, a CMS that makes building a website better and easier to manage. Jack created Statamic in 2012, and though it started as a side project, it has grown into a platform, community, and profitable company. Heâs currently working on version three of the software.

42 MINSEP 10
Comments
610 - Knowing Your Audience, Making Mistakes, and Pricing Products vs Services with Jack McDade

609 - Pricing Your Productized Services and Working with Intention with Brian Casel

Todayâs co-host is Brian Casel. Brian is a designer and full-stack developer, as well as the founder of ProcessKit and Audience Ops. While Brian started as a freelance designer, he has transitioned into a business owner by productizing his own services.

48 MINSEP 3
Comments
609 - Pricing Your Productized Services and Working with Intention with Brian Casel

608 - Story Lines, Positioning, and How To Differentiate Your Business with April Dunford

Todayâs co-host is April Dunford, a positioning consultant and entrepreneur who literally wrote the book on positioning. Sheâs also an in-demand keynote speaker. While her book, Obviously Awesome, refers to products, most of it can be applied to services, as well â something April talks about in todayâs show. She also shares how her loose position affected her trajectory when she first became a consultant.

43 MINAUG 27
Comments
608 - Story Lines, Positioning, and How To Differentiate Your Business with April Dunford

607 - Case Studies, Client Research, and How To Create Killer Conversion Copywriting with Joel Klettke

Todayâs co-host is Joel Klettke. Joel is a conversion copywriter and the co-founder of Case Study Buddy. Joel is a sought-after consultant, having worked with companies like Hubspot and WP Engine, among others. Today, Joel is talking with us about his strategies around conversion copywriting.

42 MINAUG 20
Comments
607 - Case Studies, Client Research, and How To Create Killer Conversion Copywriting with Joel Klettke

606 - Consulting, Pricing, and Understanding your Clients with Hillary Weiss

Todayâs co-host is Hillary Weiss. Hillary is a concept development consultant, speaker, copywriter, and founder of Statement Piece Studio.

47 MINAUG 13
Comments
606 - Consulting, Pricing, and Understanding your Clients with Hillary Weiss

605 - Mindset and How Goals Inform Your Pricing with Vito Peleg

Todayâs guest is Vito Peleg from WPFeedback. Vito is a business owner, musician, and developer who got his start building websites when he was 14 years old. Many of the valuable lessons heâs learned came from the years spent with his band. Though he was a musician first, he learned how to run a business while he was on tour.

51 MINAUG 6
Comments
605 - Mindset and How Goals Inform Your Pricing with Vito Peleg

604 - LinkedIn, Pricing Strategies, and Why Video is the Medium of the Future with David Kilkelly

Todayâs guest is David Kilkelly. David is the co-founder of BlinkBack, a creative video production studio that specializes in helping clients create marketing campaigns with video.

47 MINJUL 30
Comments
604 - LinkedIn, Pricing Strategies, and Why Video is the Medium of the Future with David Kilkelly

603 - Developing Client Relationships, Leveling Up Your Pricing, and Getting Better at Business with Chris Do

Todayâs guest is Chris Do. Chris is a teacher, consultant, designer, and entrepreneur. Heâs also the founder of Blind, one of the longest running, single-owner design agencies. Chris also founded The Futur, an education platform with more than 500,000 YouTube subscribers.

44 MINJUL 23
Comments
603 - Developing Client Relationships, Leveling Up Your Pricing, and Getting Better at Business with Chris Do