Podcast – Talking with Melinda Emerson the Smallbizlady

Melinda Emerson "Smallbizlady"I had the distinct pleasure of meeting and interviewing Melinda Emerson “Smallbizlady” for the February 2010 podcast.  I first met Melinda via Twitter where she is well known for her weekly talk show #Smallbizchat. I was intrigued by her energy and her expertise in teaching entrepreneurs everything they need to know about launching and running a profitable business.  Not to mention, nothing like Twitter to connect me with someone who is in my neck of the woods (Greater Philadelphia Area).  I so love the global/local connection of the web!  We recently sat down via phone to talk about her own story and her first book Become Your Own Boss in 12 Months: A Month-by-Month Guide to Start a Business that Works! which literally just became available for purchase.

Let me share a little bit about Melinda with you…

Melinda Emerson “Smallbizlady” is a seasoned entrepreneur, professional speaker, and small business coach. Her areas of expertise include small business start-up, business development and social media strategy.  Melinda hosts #Smallbizchat, a weekly talk show on Twitter.  #Smallbizchat is the trusted resource on Twitter to discuss everything entrepreneurs need to know about launching and running a profitable small business.  Melinda has been featured on NBC Nightly News and in the Wall Street Journal, U.S. News and World Report and Black Enterprise.

You’ll want to check out her great business blog at www.succeedasyourownboss.com as well as her main website at www.melindaemerson.com

You can pre-order her book at www.becomeyourownbossbook.com

So, kick back (or kick it up for a good listen on your next workout) and tune into our conversation.

Audio Running Time ~ 40 minutes.


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