Friday, March 29, 2013

Cool Things My Friends Do - Dee Copeland Patience and Lipstick Unplugged

Each Friday on this blog I enjoy highlighting some of the cool things my friends do in their work and personal lives. 

My friend Dee Copeland Patience is the curator of a great web community and the host a series of fantastic video podcasts. 

 Lipstick Unplugged™ is focused exclusively on helping strong women entrepreneurs build a bold online brands and platforms for their businesses.

Dee shares that she wasted over $18,000 in her first 9 months online. She listened to all the gurus, bought every training out there and got way off base. She spent money on equipment, tools, courses and resources that wasted time and money. She does not want others to make these same mistakes.

She believes that you don’t need a "high-gloss" and scripted act that tells you how to embrace your inner flower so you can buy a $25,000 mastermind program from a hard selling online guru. She also knows that you also won’t make money overnight with a blog, podcast, web show or Kindle book.

You need to know what works, why it works and how to implement it fast. NO GLOSS.

Dee has set out to get the stories and opinions of people who have achieved success in a variety of areas, and she does this with amazing interviewing skills that gets people to open up and share the details from their personal journeys.

Check out all her interviews at Lipstick Unplugged.  She posts a new video every other week.  She also lists a variety of resources that can assist entrepreneurs find success.  While the site is for women, men will find value there too!

I had the honor of being interviewed by Dee ... you can see the video below.

Have A Great Day.

thom singer


Dee Copeland Patience said...

This is awesome! I love all of the cool things your friends do. I'm honored to know many of them and definitely look forward to your posts.

Thanks Thom!

Great interview, by the way. People love it.

Dee Copeland Patience said...

Love all the cool things your friends do!

Your interview was an absolute pleasure and you definitely deserve to be up there with Moira Forbes and company.

Looking forward to growing old with you when you'll blog about cool things your senior friends do. :)