Two new podcast episodes to help business owners during COVID-19 quarantine lockdown.

Happy Thursday! I hope this email finds you well. 

I’m super excited to announce this because it’s a huge milestone for my podcast. I uploaded two new episodes with my first special guests.  On the first episode I caught up with Your Knife Guy Rene who is a long time friend and a huge influence in my professional life. We caught up and talk about websites and digital marketing for older generations and helping them during quarantine lockdown.

Click the image to listen to the episode. 

On the second episode I caught up with Adam Araujo of who gives us advice for what to do if you’re opening a new business that will eventually start running ads. Click the image to listen to the episode. 

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More News! 

I added two new clients to my client list! I’m expanding my portfolio as quickly as I possibly can, and I will continue to update you guys whenever I do so you can check out what I’m doing and hopefully there’s something throughout my content that can help you in your business. 

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Featured Artist 2B!zzy

The first time I heard B!zzy, I knew he was going to change Hip Hop in South Texas forever. He has a different style so unique, it’s really hard to compare him to anyone (which is a good thing). Locally, there’s very few acts that stand out, and B!zzy is most definitively one of them! With his signature 9-Fifty Six, tag, he’s sure to make you vibe. Super dope cat, and super dope music, check him out. 

Here is his Spotify link.  

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I’m gonna leave you with the following quote:

“A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.”

― William G.T. Shedd

Thank you so much, keep rocking!