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Gen X Amplified with Adrion Porter

Gen X Amplified is the premier personal development and leadership podcast dedicated to the powerful generation between the boomers and millennials. Gen X Amplified is part of Adrion Porter's vision and mission to change the brand narrative of Generation X, and help Gen X professionals maximize their impact at work, business, and life. The podcast features valuable insights and conversations with world-renowned Gen X thought leaders including: Gretchen Rubin, Carmine Gallo, Paul C. Brunson, Jay Baer, Marie Forleo, Brian Solis, and many others.
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Aug 31, 2015

If you love kids, and want to hear about how to turn your passion into a home-based business that also dominates on Facebook, then you'll love this episode.

On this episode of Gen X Amplified we are having a great chat with with Holly Homer, of kidsactivitiesblog.com.  

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Holly is a "social media obsessed" entrepreneur, wife, mother, and the co-owner of the popular website kidsactivitiesblog.com. She also runs the website's Facebook page ,which is called Quirky Momma. What is fascinating about their Facebook page is that they grew it to over 1 million fans....in less than one year!

She is also the author of the book “101 Kids Activities That Are the Bestest Funnest Ever!” 

Holly is here on Gen X Amplified to talk about her website's brand purpose, Facebook marketing best practices, and why parents should take advantage of the "simple things" in life when entertaining kids.

Key Highlights From This Episode:

  • How Holly and her team overcame Facebook's algorithm changes.
  • What she really loves about her generation.
  • How parents can use their kitchen junk drawer to make awesome play activities for their kids.
  • Why entrepreneurs must figure out what their fans want and expect - then deliver on that.
  • How to balance being a Gen X parent and business owner.
  • Why blogging is essential for business owners to establish a presence.
  • And so much more!

Important Mentions from this Episode (with links):

Thank you for listening!
 
Thank you so very much for checking out the podcast and hanging out with us. There are so many other shows out there, so the fact that you took the time to listen in really means a lot!
 
Now if you enjoyed the show, I would be extremely grateful if you would go to iTunes and give a rating and review for this podcast. Ratings are very important when it comes to overall rankings and especially availability of the show for more people to enjoy.
 
And I do in fact read every review because your feedback is valuable and it’s important that we focus on providing the best content we can to our audience. 
 
And please don’t forget to subscribe to Gen X Amplified in iTunes, if you haven’t already. That way, you will get updated each and every time a new episode is made available. 
 
Also, if you could - share this episode on any social networks you see here below of this post, that would be awesome.
 
Again, thanks so much, and until next time - all the best to your success!
Aug 24, 2015
If you want to jumpstart your day with a better mindset, and if you are a recovering night owl - then this episode is especially for you!
 
That’s because we are chatting with Hal Elrod, the #1 best-selling author of the book “The Miracle Morning: The Not-So Obvious Secret …. Guaranteed To Transform Your Life…Before 8AM.”
 
Hal, who is also known as “Yo Pal Hal”, is a keynote speaker, author, coach, and the host of the “Achieve Your Goals” podcast. 
 
He is here on Gen X Amplified to talk about how you can positively change every area of your life, just by simply changing the way you wake up in the morning.
 

Key Highlights  From This Episode:

  • What was the life changing event that led Hal to becoming an author
  • How your mindset totally can change your productivity
  • Why having a set morning routine is the best way to jumpstart your day
  • The reason why journaling is so valuable
  • Why in the face of tragic events, you must embrace acceptance to move forward
  • What is the best way to measure the level of success in our lives?
  • And so much more!

Important Mentions from this Episode (with links):

Thank you for listening!
 
Thank you so very much for checking out the podcast and hanging out with us. There are so many other shows out there, so the fact that you took the time to listen in really means a lot!

 

Aug 24, 2015
Do you wanna know more about digital marketing? Then you’ve come to the right episode. 
 
Our guest, Rich Brooks, is a digital marketing expert, that oversees a web design and online marketing firm out of Portland, Maine called Flyte New Media.
 
He is a nationally recognized speaker and content creator, who has been featured on CNN.com, the Huffington Post, Inc. magazine and many other publications.  
 
Rich is also the founder of the Agents of Change Digital Marketing Conference - which is in its 4th year, he just relaunched his Agents of Change podcast.
 
On this episode, Rich and I chat about all things digital marketing -  including how critical email is to your business growth.
 

Key Highlights From This Episode:

 
  • Why going to live events are the best way to establish relationships.
  • What is the best way to meet your ideal customers and covert to quality leads?
  • The interesting way that Rich came up with the name of his agency.
  • Why Rich decided to launch an annual conference, particularly in Maine.
  • Why your email list is the most valuable tool you have as a small business owner.
  • What is the best way to actually grow your email list.
  • And so much more!

Important Mentions from this Episode (with links):

Thank you for listening!

Thank you so very much for checking out the podcast. There are so many other shows out there, so the fact that you took the time to listen in really means a lot!
 
Now if you enjoyed the show, I would be extremely grateful if you would go to iTunes and give an honest rating and review for this podcast. Ratings are very important when it comes to overall rankings and especially availability of the show for more people to enjoy.
 
And I do in fact read every review because your feedback is valuable and it’s important that we focus on providing the best content we can to our audience. 
 
And please don’t forget to subscribe to Gen X Amplified in iTunes, if you haven’t already. That way, you will get updated each and every time a new episode is made available. 
 
Also, if you could - share this episode on any social networks you see here below of this post, that would be awesome.
 
Again, thanks so much, and until next time - all the best to your success!

 

Aug 24, 2015
Paul C. Brunson is an entrepreneur,  television host, speaker, social media guru, and a life coach. He is the founder of the top rated international matchmaking and coaching agency, the PCB Agency. And the author of the best-selling book “It’s Complicated, But it doesn’t Have to Be: A Modern Guide to Finding and Keeping Love”. 
 
He is also host of the current host of “Our World with Black Enterprise”, and the host and creator of the very popular #MentorMonday series on the Spreecast platform. There he interviews successful entrepreneurs and thought-leaders sharing practical advice for your big dreams.
  
During this episode, Paul and I discuss entrepreneurship, matchmaking, and the importance of taking care of things closer to home before business.
 

Key Highlights From This Episode:

  • What was that transformational moment that led Paul to transition from investment banking to matchmaking?
  • Why he believes that having a “partner” is essential when starting a business.
  • How did get he get to work with Oprah Winfrey after only a week of launching his business?
  • Why you should ALWAYS listen to your audience.
  • The key areas Gen Xers should focus on before building a business.
  • The most important device you have at your disposal. 
  • And so much more!

Important Mentions from this Episode (with links):

Thank you for listening!

Thank you so very much for checking out the podcast and hanging out with us. There are so many other shows out there, so the fact that you took the time to listen in really means a lot!
 
Now if you enjoyed the show, I would be extremely grateful if you would go to iTunes and give a rating and review for this podcast. Ratings are very important when it comes to overall rankings and especially availability of the show for more people to enjoy.
 
And please don’t forget to subscribe to Gen X Amplified in iTunes, if you haven’t already. That way, you will get updated each and every time a new episode is made available. 
 
Also, if you could share this episode on social media at the bottom of this post, that would be awesome.
 
Again, thanks so much, and until next time - all the best to your success!
Aug 24, 2015
My guest today is a marketing strategist, branding expert, professional speaker, consultant, and a frequent contributor to a few publications you may have heard of…such as   Forbes, Harvard Business Review, and Entrepreneur.
 
She was in fact recognized in Forbes as one of the “25 Professional Networking Experts to watch in 2015."
 
She is the author of two bestselling books - - Reinventing You: Define Your brand, Imagine Your Future, and also her most recent  book Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea, and Build a Following Around It.
 

Key Highlights From This Episode:

  • Her fascinating story and journey to a successful career as an entrepreneur
  • The different strategies to discovering and amplifying your breakthrough ideas
  • Why Linkedin is a great blogging platform for increasing your profile 
  • Why having a strong personal brand and being known as an expert is critical
  • What are the biggest challenges and opportunities for Gen Xers 
  • Why forming your own mentor "board of directors" is a great idea
  • And so much more!

Important Mentions From This Episode (with links):

Thank You For Listening!

Thank you so very much for checking out the podcast and hanging out with us. There are so many other shows out there, so the fact that you took the time to listen in really means a lot!
 
Again, thanks so much, and until next time - all the best to your success!
 
Gen X Amplified - It’s more than a podcast. It’s a movement. 

 

Aug 20, 2015
If you are looking to maximize your impact and influence especially in this new media world, then you can look no further than from this episode’s awesome guest.
 
For the Gen X Amplified inaugural episode, we kick things off right with a chat with the one and only Chris Brogan.
 
Chris is the CEO of Owner Media Group, a sought after public speaker, and the New York Times bestselling author of eight books, and currently working on his forthcoming book: Insider: Strategies and Secrets for Business Growth in the Age of Distractions.
 
Chris has consulted with the biggest brands you know, including Disney, Coke, Google, GM, and many more. He’s appeared on the Dr. Phil Show, interviewed Richard Branson for a cover story for Success magazine, and once even presented to a Princess.
 
Forbes listed Chris as one of the Must Follow Marketing Minds of 2014, plus listed his website as one of the 100 best websites for entrepreneurs.
 
During this episode, we discuss many valuable insights, including focusing on doing for others as leader, and the importance of writing multiple ideas, reading, and taking action as a business leader.
 
We also get to hear Chris sneak in a line from a famous 1990s sitcom opening theme!
 

Key Highlights From This Episode:

  • How branding is really about defining “who you are” and people relating to your personal story
  • Why the best leaders are really “servant leaders.”
  • How instant gratification for content is now the norm - and why Gen Xers must pay attention
  • Why generational labels can be important, but "individuality" should still co-exist
  • What the generation after Gen Z may be called?
  • The reasons why Chris’ parents are not the typical Baby Boomer
  • And so much more!

Important Mentions From This Episode (with links):

 

Thank you so very much for checking out the podcast and hanging out with Chris and I. There are so many other shows out there, so the fact that you took the time to listen in really means a lot!
 
Now if you enjoyed the show, I would be extremely grateful if you would go to iTunes and give an honest rating and review for this podcast. Ratings are very important when it comes to overall rankings and especially availability of the show for more people to enjoy.
 
And I do in fact read every review because your feedback is valuable and it’s important that we focus on providing the best content we can to our audience. 
 
And please don’t forget to subscribe to Gen X Amplified in iTunes, if you haven’t already. That way, you will get updated each and every time a new episode is made available. 
 
Also, if you could - share this episode on any social networks you see here at the bottom of this post, that would be awesome.
 
Again, thanks so much, and until next time - all the best to your success!
 
Gen X Amplified - It’s more than a podcast. It’s a movement. 

 

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