Episode 74: Amy Porterfield Peels Back the Curtains of Her Biz & Shares her Work/Life Balance Tips

Episode 74: Amy Porterfield Peels Back the Curtains of Her Biz & Shares her Work/Life Balance Tips - BizChix.comAmy Porterfield is a social media strategist and co-author of Facebook Marketing All-In-One for Dummies.

Amy has a deep background in Marketing and has worked for Harley Davidson and for Peak Performance Coach Tony Robbins – first as Director of Content Development, and later she managed large-scale online marketing campaigns.

She helps entrepreneurs across industries establish strategies to maximize the power of social media and increase the success of their online marketing efforts.  

She accomplishes this via her free webinars and online courses including FB Influence and most recently the Facebook Marketing Profit Lab.  She is also the host of one of my favorite shows, the Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast

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Facebook Marketing All-in-One For Dummies from Episode 74: Social Marketing Strategist Amy Porterfield - BizChix.com

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  1. I am loving this interview. I am an early bird as well. It’s fun listening to the personal side of Amy. I have been following her for a couple years now and hope to go to her mastermind session in September through B-School.

    • Michelle – I love meeting other early birds. I’m so glad you also enjoyed hearing more about Amy’s personal life. I thought of this interview as a gift to her fans and since I am one of them, it was easy to think about those things I wanted to know more about that I had not heard before.

      I won’t be at the fall mastermind as I hope to be holding my new baby (#3) by then. He is due the first week of September. Stay in touch.

  2. Nat – What a fantastic intro story! Not a surprise that EOFire John Lee Dumas was so helpful before, during and post launch of BizChix.

    I absolutely think it worked out better that you had Amy on later in your podcast year. It happened because you had to make a choice to stick to your “work-life” balance. It’s so easy to have “mental goals” but until they are tested – you just don’t know. Good for you! For Amy, this comes just after she launched her Facebook Marketing Profit Lab so it’s a win for you both and us “Audioites.”

    There are many, but I have to say this is one of my favorites. Your questions on Amy’s background (then & now) and how she specifically uses her VA’s was an excellent share. I also use the top 3 drivers to stay on track. I do have a Follow Up (for tasks from Top 3, Next (once Top 3 is done) and a Bucket Folder (to choose Next and Top). Her use of tools was just a Cherry on Top!

    Thanks Nat & Amy!

    It would be easy to imagine that Amy would become one of your first “repeat guests” as BizChix continues to evolve.


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