The Home Entrepreneur Show with Jyotsna Ramachandran

By Jyotsna Ramachandran

About this podcast   English    United States

Are you looking for ways to escape your 9 to 5 job? Do you want the flexibility of working from home while following your passion? Do you need guidance to move from being a freelancer to a business owner? You are in the right place because this is the Home Entrepreneur Show, your weekly dose of actionable inspiration, where home-based entrepreneurs share their stories and strategies to build a successful business from home. Each episode is packed with practical tips and resources that will take you one step closer to you entrepreneurial goals. Hosted by Jyotsna Ramachandran, the bestselling author of the book 'Job Escape Plan'.
In this podcast
Oct. 5, 2015
Lise Cartwright is an Amazon bestselling author who has written over 20 books. She started working as a freelance writer on Odesk a few years back so that she could earn enough to quit her job in an admin role. After becoming a successful content writer, Lise ventured into writing her own books under different genres. The passive income she is generating has given her the freedom to lead a location independent life, travelling around the world. Lise now coaches aspiring authors and has also co-founded a portal called Author Basics.
Sept. 28, 2015
Kishen Sreehari is a startup founder from India. He dropped out of his college in Chennai where he was pursuing a degree in Commerce and moved to Bangalore to join a startup company. Soon he quit to start his own web design venture and ran it successfully for 3 years. He is now keen on creating software products to help self-published authors and also teach them growth hacking strategies!
Sept. 28, 2015
Morgan Gist MacDonald is a writing coach and editor of nonfiction writing and the founder of Paper Raven Books. She blogs about writing, motivation, and impacting the world with your words at paperravenbooks.com. She started her career in the field of sociology and later found her passion in editing books. In this episode we'll find out more about how this mom of 3 kids transitioned from a sociology teacher to a home entrepreneur. Morgan also shares her story of how she positioned herself as a company rather than a freelancer.
Sept. 28, 2015
Dan Norris is a serial entrepreneur from Gold Coast, Australia. He is an award winning content marketer, international speaker and the author of the bestselling books The 7 Day Startup and Content Machine. After failing at several entrepreneurial ventures, Dan started WP Curve in 2013. The company provides WordPress support to over 2000 clients by managing a team of over 40 developers from across the globe. Find out more about how Dan manages his multinational business by building a successful team!
Sept. 28, 2015
Megan Pangan was working in a government job selling flying discs, while learning photography from her boyfriend during her free time. She gradually grew her side-business of wedding photography that helped her to finally quit her uninspiring job. Megan now runs a video production company called Clean Media Production and is also the host of the hugely popular podcast Get in the Lab.
Sept. 26, 2015
In this introductory episode, Jyotsna Ramachandran talks about her transition from an employee to an entrepreneur. She also discusses how technology has helped in the evolution of the Home Entrepreneur and what are the advantages of working from home. She also shares the story of her most favorite entrepreneurs: Chris Ducker, Pat Flynn and John Lee Dumas, who run million dollar businesses by working from their home office. Lastly, she also tells what to expect from this weekly interview podcast.
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