Janine's Media Kit
Here are Janine’s latest appearances!
Thank you to ELIFE magazine for asking me to write a financial series for their Holiday Issue. It was so much fun working with Trisha Ventker, their main editor! It is so much fun to be involved in the world of magazine production. This was a new venture for me and I am grateful for the experience with this.
Thank you to ShoutOutColorado for asking me to share with them my favorite places to go in Colorado as well as what brought me to live at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. It was a lovely time sharing the fun and adventure of this state and I hope you enjoy reading about all the cool stuff you can do here.
Thank you to Nick Armstrong for asking me to speak to the many creative communities that make up FC# or Fort Collins Comic Con. We chatted for about 30 min on the challenges of dropping the starving artist mindset and increase your income through your fan base by bringing your people along with you on your latest projects. Basically, drop the fear and let people see you making your art “out there!”
Thank you to Kristen Judd of Money Secrets for asking me to speak to their Westminster MeetUp on the challenges of decreasing expenses, increasing income while paying down debt. Kristen & I unveiled the Commuter Program that the two of us have been working on to the audience. We’re still running the online courses & classes for this, check it out here:
Sabine Kvenberg invited me to speak at her Women Helping Women Grow Summit this July. My address was to educate female business owners on the 4 Hours a Week Program where you can double your income in 12 months by working “on” your business and not “in” your business.
Click the link to listen to see the video training I offered these participants
Mike Capuzzi and I had a conversation about the use of books in a business platform and how it could help build trust and intimacy with your clients & customers. Books are key in establishing your authority for a topic. Mike and I discussed the points on how to serve your customers quality information and share without selling.
Gary Barnes, America’s #1 Traction Business Coach, has been a big supporter of my work and has asked me to speak at several of his events. He recently had me on his “Give Back Series” where we discussed the financial mindset that keeps business owners going even when cash flow drops. How do you keep the money pump working without burn out?
Michelle Kavanaugh reached out to me to be a guest helping solopreneurs and small-business owners with, “Money is not just for rich people.” We tend to have the mindset that it is. Accumulating debt is the biggest mistake we make. How do you build a business and manage your money so that it works for you?