Me And Orla 공개
[search 0]

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Want to find an audience online for your creative work? Hashtag Authentic is a weekly podcast exploring the secrets to online success for dreamers, makers and creatives. With practical tips and inspiring stories, Sara Tasker of 'Me & Orla' (Instagram: @me_and_orla) guides you through the lessons and strategies she used to grow her 300k+ audience and six-figure business online. Tune in every Wednesday for analysis and interviews with trailblazing creatives, for an insider's view of all things ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Links mentioned in this episode: Ida on TikTok Ida on Instagram Ida on Youtube Ida’s lumberjack TikTok Clubhouse My Instagram Class, The Insta Retreat Me on Instagram – @me_and_orla Times for our Clubhouse chat 16:00 GMT 11:00 AM EST 08:00 AM PST 04:00 AM Sydney저자 Sara Tasker - instagram expert & creative business
 
Things We Talk About In This Episode: Multi-layered, multi-hyphenated careers and what to call yourself if you’re asked at a party Being led by curiosity, the value of deep-dive research, and the joy of starting something new Mel’s early career in the not-for-profit charity sector, and the turning point she reached that led her to galvanise a group…
 
Things I Talk About In This Episode: The evolving trends of Instagram How our fears and doubts stay the same, no matter how the platform evolves The risks and costs of buying too heavily into one trend Why I'm always wary of one-size-fits-all solutions online The importance of staying connected to your own creative vision and voice How to use trend…
 
Things We Talk About In This Episode: The world changed between the time Skye wrote this book and when it was published. We talk about how she faced the challenge of publishing a book about feeding the people you love, when you’re not allowed to be with them. (Spoiler alert: being apart from the people we love makes us value those times we do have …
 
Things We Talk About In This Episode: The business idea that grew out of Maressa’s own creative slump How important it is to value creativity (Maressa says it’s the uniqueness that makes us human) even if the people around us - and society in general - don’t recognise the value The challenge of finding the balance on Instagram (and elsewhere) betwe…
 
Things We Talk About In This Episode: Why you don't need a huge audience online to be successful How to get organic reach on Instagram without having to pay for ads Photography for Instagram, and how it differs from conventional photography Pivoting your business, and why it pays to put yourself at the heart of your brand The difference between bei…
 
Things I Talk About In This Episode: Why we get tempted to make something new instead of doubling down on selling what we've already created What to do when you think you've run out of marketing ideas Why our brains like to keep us from doing things that are new The benefits of creating and selling a long-term product Lessons learned from maintaini…
 
Things We Talk About In This Episode: Nova's career path through acting, singing and psychotherapy, and how she came to anti-racism work Nova's wedding blog and the lack of diversity in the wedding industry Nova's work educating white people about white supremacy The boundaries and safeguards Nova has to put in place due to the trauma of her work T…
 
Things We Talk About In This Episode: What's great, and not-so-great, about conventional art education The balance between profitability and individuality, and where mainstream advice often goes wrong Creating an online class for the first time, and building a mailing list Why it's so hard, and so important to get to grips with your own creative vo…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Why being truly indistractable isn't really the aim “A mistake repeated more than once is a decision” ― Paulo Coelho Why your goal should be growth, not perfection Why we can't rely on willpower and self control The antidote to impulsiveness How time-boxing your calendar gives you freedom Why we can't blame our…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Women for Women's #MessageForMySister campaign How Angelica started About Time Magazine and built her readership How the title survives online when so many others have folded Finding mentors, and how sometimes the best mentors can be people you've never met The value of meeting fellow entrepreneurs and creative…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Rachael's new book - The Telephone Box Library The need for 'comfort reading' and gentle entertainment in a difficult world Why women's fiction is so important, and the power of a quiet message in accessible form Social media as a force for good Why feeling uncomfortable about what you share can be a good thing…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: The fears that stop us sharing our creative work Maria's journey from making art in her house that nobody saw, to sharing and selling full time What Maria gained from The Instaretreat The power of a nurturing community Maria's plans for online teaching Instagram's ALT text feature Adding captions to Instagram S…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: What journalists and content creators can learn from one another The power of engagement of numbers The content creator/journalist/freelancer as a brand Managing your public versus private self The positives of being more 'reachable' in today's media/content realm Anna's newsletter, how she developed and grew i…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Developing good habits around tech, and managing existing bad habits Distraction vs traction Forethought vs impulse, and how the two interact How procrastination and distraction interlink Why to do lists are generally unhelpful The magic of 'timeboxing' The importance of translating your values into time Using …
 
Things we talk about in this episode: How Sophie built her online business from a personal blog Life in rural Australia - farming, drought and lots of long drives! Writing her book, A Basket By the Door, and teaching herself photography The power of Instagram for rural producers and product based businesses - especially when you're geographically i…
 
Things I talk about in this episode: Episode sponsor, Olympus and the new PEN E-PL10 camera Get 20% off in the Olympus webshop with code SARA20 Your customer pathway, and where Instagram sits on it The '7 touchpoint' customer rule Not putting all our eggs in one social media basket] Why relying on only one platform makes sales harder Why images are…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Old school vs new style Instagram Instagram as therapy How to know what is or isn't too vulnerable to put online EJ's experience of sharing his trans journey on Instagram Instagram's anti-bullying and moderation features The dangers of chasing likes Controlling your 'inner toddler' instincts Taking Instagram br…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Jameisha’s video creation process The realities of living with a chronic illness, and the importance of awareness Jameisha's experience of getting a diagnosis of Lupus The pros and cons of being your own “google doctor” Racism and conscious/unconscious bias in the health care system How colonialism still shapes…
 
Things I talk about in this episode: Getting stuck in passive action - reading books, buying courses, but never doing the work Why I made my new 15 Minute Magic program Why you're not lazy, and procrastination is much more common than we think Why 'willpower' is never enough How resistance is always here for a reason, and how to unpick it "You can'…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: How playing the algorithm and customer pleasing game too well can lead us off our true path Building a business with Addisons disease, and working with chronic illness Making successful sales through Not On The Highstreet and other third party platforms Why six figure turnover doesn't always equal high profits …
 
Things we talk about in this episode: How Fiona found blogging as a way to improve her mental health Fiona's book and podcast The positive power of social media for mental helth Why the friends and communities you make on social media matter Why diet culture sucks How to maintain a healthy relationship with the internet Why your self worth and stat…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Annabelle's journey to becoming an accidental florist The pitfalls of renovating an old house The joy of engaging in the nature around you Creativity and 'dignity in the doing' Finding beauty in the mundane Using real life experiences to connect with your audience Annabelle's podcast, and the challenges of publ…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Chupi's journey so far, and how she was inspired by her mum Being homeschooled in Ireland Her early years in business, writing a cookbook as a teenager and being scouted for Topshop at 21 Working alongside her husband Why you should focus your dream on what you are really good at Why you should employ people wh…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Naomi's background in media, marketing and journalism Naomi's role in Me & Orla How the Insta Retreat helped Naomi grow her Instagram and her business The 'Instagram vernacular', and the importance of creating for your audience Why it's vital to recognise and acknowledging your dreams The importance of leaving …
 
My next Instagram class, enrolling 1st October My first Instagram post back My book, Hashtag Authentic* (yes, I'm probably going to link to this in every show notes for the rest of eternity...what of it?) 24/7: Late Capitalism and The End of Sleep* TiredTrauma on Tumblr * denotes affiliate links저자 Sara Tasker - instagram expert & creative business
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Dominique's journey to 500k + followers. Behind the scenes of All that is She Setting and following Instagram trends Playing the Insta game, and why being authentic is better than following trends Introducing 'boy Dom' Juggling a family life whilst running a business from home Money shame, and why it's difficul…
 
My book, Hashtag Authentic* Dolly's book, Everything I Know About Love* Dolly's new novel, Ghosts - available for preorder here My Instagram (@me_and_orla) Dolly's Instagram (@dollyalderton) Dolly's Twitter (@dollyalderton) Brene Brown / vulnerability hangovers* Our sponsor for the event, Mirabeau wine My next Insta Retreat class * Indicates affili…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Reading from Hashtag Authentic's introduction How I started out on Instagram by seeking beauty in an uncompromising environment My previous job, working in speech therapy for the NHSWhy communication is central in everything I do Why I believe it's ok to create a 'highlight reel'Why visuals are the best communi…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Why Otegha left her career in advertising for freelance life Starting a business by following interests and opportunities, instead of by intent When your personal brand is your real self, and how this can help weed out inappropriate clients Not worrying about being liked by everyone - and not putting everyone e…
 
Things I talk about in this episode: A reading of one of the sections in Hashtag Authentic - Our Visual Culture Why I ended up working directly with a publisher without an agent - and why I'll do it differently next time What happened when my publisher retired mid-way through the process How self doubt showed up for me during the writing process, a…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Erica's move from working as a journalist and fashion editor to running her own 'mini magazine' on her Instagram & blog The impact of showing your real self online Moving away from London - and how this brought Erica clarity on her brand and voice Being a 40-year-old, size 12-14 fashion blogger - and why there'…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: What is Pinterest, and why you should be using it Advice and top tips on how to get the best out of Pinterest for your business Updates on new Pinterest tools How to organise or repurpose your boards An introduction to Pinterest Themes The joy of planning your pins and boards Using Pinterest as a visual search …
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Anna's new book - An Edited Life How Anna got started online How our favourite platform online can change and evolve The importance of following your interests How Anna built an audience that has grown and evolved with her The importance of planning and structure when managing your social media accounts How to …
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Laura's new book - Just Eat It Laura's career path and journey to Intuitive Eating, and how podcasting shaped her career Defining 'diet culture' why it's unhealthy for you, and it's relationship with the patriarchy Challenging BMI negativity, and why it's a poor indicator of risks to health and disease Laura de…
 
Things we talk about in this episode: Farrah's new book - The Discomfort Zone Farrah career path, and the role failure and discomfort have played The 'London bubble', and why you don't need to be in it to succeed in print media Breaking down the barriers of starting out in journalism, and the need to diversify the media The challenges faced by youn…
 
The New Year is a natural time for setting goals, plans and intentions - so why do so few of us wind up making them actually happen? And worse, why do they always feel so grim? This week I chat with stylist and writer Hannah Bullivant about her 'January Book' ritual, how it's helped her in her family and professional life, and how setting kind and …
 
Kate Watson Smyth is a powerhouse in the interiors world. A blogger, journalist, podcaster, author and interiors consultant, Kate has the kind of in-depth knowledge and strength of voice that can only come from years of creativity, hard work and life experience. In this episode she shares her route to where she is today, the importance of tenacity …
 
Dasha Pears is a conceptual photographer with a unique and magical voice and style. This week Dasha shares how she stays true to her creative voice and delivers value and magic – whether she’s creating for her own pleasure, for her devoted Instagram audience or for one of the brands she works with worldwide. An unmissable episode for anyone at an e…
 
Public speaking falls outside of the boundaries of the comfort zone for many of us, but is an indispensably valuable skill in many creative careers. In this episode, Viv Groskop, journalist and writer turned stand up comedian, shares the different ways we can show up and truly own the room – without having to compromise on who we truly are.…
 
Working for yourself can mean years of feast and famine, financially - and nobody seems to mention it. This week I talk to fashion designer turned illustrator Niki Groom, about what makes the difference, sticking with your dreams, and building a secure financial future. Full show notes: https://meandorla.co.uk/podcast55-2-2/…
 
Comparison and envy can sneak into pretty much any area of our lives, and it's seldom pretty. Comparison coach Lucy Sheridan has made it her life's work - and the focus of her business - to get to the heart of those feelings, and help people live a life free from its clutches. https://meandorla.co.uk/podcast54/…
 
Neal Whittington is the creative mind behind online stationery wonderland, Present & Correct. I’ve followed him online for a long time not only for his store’s range of glorious paper goods, but because his social media is always a treasure trove of unusual links, on-brand curiosities and visual delights. In this episode we talk about the magic of …
 
My guest this week has spent ten years researching writing, and the psychology of happiness. Author and Academic Megan C Hayes believes the two can be firmly intertwined, and has developed a framework - the Positive Journal® approach - to help anyone pick up a pen and start feeling more positive. In this episode we explore her background online, th…
 
Syreeta Challinger started her lifestyle brand and online studio, Moments of Sense and Style, following a total upheaval of her and her partner Rob's life. Life changed in a heartbeat when Rob suffered a severe stroke and brain haemorrhage whilst on holiday in Sydney, Australia, miles from home, friends and family. Since then both Syreeta and Rob h…
 
Instagram gets a lot of criticism for having too much styled content and not enough reality - but sometimes staged, planned imagery can still be heartbreakingly honest. Artist and photographer Carolyn Mara uses her camera and Instagram as away of working through the difficult parts of her life, and expressing emotions or experiences that are harder…
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드

Google login Twitter login Classic login