Hosted by Amber Daines, The Politics of Everything launched in May 2017 as a weekly podcast series asking newsworthy experts and leaders the tricky questions about the politics of everything that matters to mankind in the 21st century.
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Kate Toon discusses The Politics of SEO or Search Engine Optimisation, a word most business people need to understand if they want to get found online! Kate is an exceptionally talented copywriter and successful 'solo-preneur' who has learnt the fine art of internet speak. She helps businesses and brands get ranked on page 1 in the magical digital landscape.
Her website Kate Toon Copywriter showcases her personality and professional offerings including copy and script writing, workshops and in early 2017 she ran her first copywriting conference. Kate also has a new book called Confessions of a Misfit Entrepreneur.
In this podcast, Kate teaches us:
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For Episode #14 we have Peter Mastroianni discussing The Politics of Rentvesting - which is a modern term where you are renting a place in an area you want to live and investing where you can afford. In Australia, where capital cities medium house prices have continued to rise up to 20 percent a year, it is an effective way the increasingly prohibitive real estate market.
However, what are the pitfalls and pluses in a nation obsessed by home ownership? Peter has a business called Rentvesting, which has its features a podcast and webinars. He unpacks how to own property in a less traditional way.
In this podcast, Peter will give us insights into:
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Anna Kellerman is Chief Mama and founder of Mama Creatives, a women's community group that is based in Sydney but with a global vision. Four years after it started, Mama Creatives runs monthly masterclasses and special events designed specifically for women, many of whom are writers, designers, singers or creative entrepreneurs, as well as parents. Anna is passionate about the arts, kids, sharing and connecting and is an art educator and registered art therapist.
Over the past 10 years, she has worked with kids and teens with a range of emotional and behavioural problems and most recently worked with children from domestic violence backgrounds. We are delighted to get her on board to discuss The Politics of Creative Women.
In this podcast, Anna will explain:
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