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Hello hello and welcome back to the Day in the Life podcast!
Happy 2019 everyone! I can’t believe we are already halfway through the first month of 2019, so crazy!
Anyways, before we get to today’s episode, I wanted to share a few housekeeping updates before diving in.
As most of you know, this podcast is a passion project of mine and not a primary way I make income. I was feeling really burnt out from all of the work I had taken on and taking a break was really good for me.
So…with that, a few updates:
1) We’re going to try something new for the podcast this year…we’ll be doing seasons!
Our “second” season will run January 15-April 2 and we will take a 6-week break in between before the third season starts.
I have some fun plans for the mini-breaks though so you aren’t left with no new content 🙂
2) Minisodes will still be happening on Fridays and I’m hoping to make them more action & value-packed.
I want us all to be challenged on how we can improve our days, whether it’s physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, etc and I want to use these minisodes to motivate and challenge you (and me!)
3) I’ve decided to launch a YouTube account!
I’ve talked about this with countless people, some even in this group, and I’m committing to making it happen this year.
My biggest hesitation around starting a YouTube account for the Day in the Life has been my fear of putting it all out there.
Ya see, if I’m sharing what my daily life is like, I have to share the good AND the bad AND the ugly. And that intimidates me but I’m willing myself to push past that and show up…no matter what.
I haven’t decided an exact date of launch yet but it’s coming…and I’m putting it here so you guys can keep me accountable.
SO! Now that that’s out of the way… let’s get to today’s episode!
Today’s interview is with Alexis Teichmiller who is the ConvertKit Affiliate Manager. (Don’t worry, if you don’t know what an affiliate manager is Alexis shares exactly what that is!)
Most interestingly though, I wanted to bring on Alexis because she has made it a point to share vulnerable things about your life, your relationships, your struggles, anxiety, etc on social media.
She shares why this is important to her, how other people can start to feel more comfortable with sharing their vulnerabilities, what “image management” is, as well as what it’s like to work for a completely remote company, and how she prioritizes her side hustle passions alongside a full-time job.
Guys, I compared her to Brene Brown during the episode because she is just THAT GOOD.
Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!
In today’s episode, you’ll find out:
Alexis Teichmiller is the Affiliate Manager at ConvertKit, an email marketing provider for online creators. She is a content creators for hospitality brands as well as the host of The Laptop Lifestyle Podcast.
Helping entrepreneurs tell their story and grow their businesses are two of her biggest passions.
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