If so, let’s take this opportunity and inspire them now instead of later.
Are you hosting a podcast, virtual conference, or live event? I’m ready to bring my experience and enthusiasm and share valuable insights on thriving and growth that your guests can use to start transforming their lives immediately.
Natasha Miller is an award-winning, Wall Street Journal best-selling author. She is the founder and CEO of Entire Productions, an event and entertainment production company based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Natasha is a classically trained violinist and celebrated jazz vocalist. She is a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10ksb program and has studied entrepreneurship at Harvard and MIT. Natasha is a 3x in a row Inc. 5000 honoree for having one of the fastest-growing businesses in the US.
She is an advocate for homeless youth programs. Natasha is a proud mother of her daughter, Bennett, and lives in Oakland, CA.
An Amazing Event Requires An Extraordinary and Entertaining Speaker Who:
Entrepreneurs’ Organization- (Los Angeles) Power Lunch- How to Amaze and Wow your Clients with Experiential Marketing Events (and fill your pipeline while doing it)ILEA-NCC (San Francisco) Thriving Despite Hardships
You could save yourself, your team, and your clients a lot of headaches, money, and confusion if you have the right systems, processes, and automation implemented in your business. Natasha talks about the key elements in building a successful plan that your employees, vendors, and clients will swoon over. And save you headcount and errors in the future.
Natasha walks you through your burning questions of why you should (or should not) consider starting a podcast for your business, the basics of how to get started, and how it can add to building your authority. She uses her own podcast journey as well as cast studies of others to amplify the pros and cons of podcasting.
Most entrepreneurs wonder if they should (or should not) write a book, the basics of how to get started, and how it can add to building your authority. She uses her own podcast journey as well as cast studies of others to amplify the pros and cons of podcasting.