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Brand Spanking You

Brand Spanking You

By Nicole Montgomery

Welcome to the Brand Spanking You podcast with host, Nicole Montgomery.

A podcast dedicated to business and personal branding for the aesthetic industry.

The essence of trust and rapport are the foundations of building a successful, sustainable, long term business.

Interviewing thought leaders and experts that have built successful personal brands. We share their stories, how they got to be where they are. Plus we share practical advice and actionable tips for you to implement into your own personal and business branding.
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Women and Ageing with Dr Kathleen Chang of The Harmony Aesthetic Clinic

Brand Spanking YouMay 04, 2021

Women and Ageing with Dr Kathleen Chang of The Harmony Aesthetic Clinic
May 04, 202144:02
Kiki and the Quads with Natalie Maree

Kiki and the Quads with Natalie Maree

Multiple births always attract attention and there is generally a great deal of fascination about the concept of more than one baby being born at the same time. But for parents of quadruplets, their initial responses can be far from what can be called exuberance, at least in the early stages. The practicalities of raising four babies to adulthood can seem utterly overwhelming, which is why experienced parents of higher-order multiples (HOM) say it can help to just take things slowly at first and to allow the news to settle in, one steady day at a time.

In this week's podcast episode, Guest host Jenny will be speaking with Natalie Maree, the incredible mom of infamous Kiki and The Quads.

She and her husband Kahn were then overjoyed when they fell pregnant with daughter Kiki and became parents two years ago. But the pair were even more shocked when Natalie was told she was expecting quadruplets last year.

Now, the mum-of-five regularly shares life updates on her Instagram account where she details life as a mum to five kids under five. Natalie has kept her followers updated as she's debunking myths on ‘post-baby body bounce back’.

Join us in this amazing episode when we talk everything about fitness, motherhood and self-care!

Learn more about Natalie Maree here:
Instagram: @kikiandthequads

Mar 23, 202124:18
Social Media Content Calendar with Nicole Montgomery

Social Media Content Calendar with Nicole Montgomery

In today’s digital world, spending time on social media has become almost second nature for many professionals and firms. (If that doesn’t sound like you, it’s time to reconsider and get on the social media bandwagon.) It's no mystery that social media is a crucial part of any marketing strategy -regardless of industry, company size, product, or service.

With just a few clicks of the keyboard, we’re able to send out a tweet or share content to our LinkedIn connections.

However, despite the immediacy and near-routine nature of social media, professional services firms interested in getting the most out their social media marketing still need to plan ahead—with a social media content calendar.

Instead of focusing on quick posts and wins, content calendars help you to focus on long-term strategy. Organising the framework of a content calendar and determining content pillars helps you to identify the type of content and when it needs to be posted. A well thought out and organised social media calendar can help to define your content themes and posting cadences to match each social platform’s audience and objective.

In this week's podcast episode, Nicole will walk you through creating and planning your social media content calendar.

If the thought of building a social media calendar seems like a daunting task, don’t worry. Once you have everything in one place, you’ll wonder how you ever operated without it.

Mar 09, 202134:43
The importance of the entrepreneurial mindset with Richard Crawford Small

The importance of the entrepreneurial mindset with Richard Crawford Small

If you have ever had a feeling in the pit of your stomach — that you are meant to do something bigger, more meaningful, and all yours — you are an entrepreneur. You just need to learn to think like an entrepreneur.

Much of the conversation about entrepreneurial growth narrows in on sales objectives, hiring the right talent and other similar objectives. The importance of the entrepreneurial mindset is often missing from these conversations. The entrepreneurial mindset is about a certain way of thinking -- it is about the way in which you approach challenges and mistakes. It is about an inherent need to improve your skillset and to try and try again.

But why is this important?

That's what we'll learn in this week's podcast episode with Richard Crawford Small. Richard Crawford-Small is an award-winning consultant and the creator of the iConsult Interactive Client Management System. During his fifteen years in the UK Medical Aesthetic Industry, Richard has provided business support and sales and marketing consultancy for small independent practices through to large multisite chains.

He is also a writer and had successfully published two books, Changing Faces: The Secret to Creating a Beautiful Medical Aesthetics Business and Changing Minds: A Deliberate Plan for Accidental Success.

Don't miss this episode and learn what the journey entails and how to stay focused on key tasks to ensure that your business is a success.

Learn more about Richard Crawford Small here:
Twitter: @RCSConsulting

Feb 23, 202101:08:14
Five botched surgeries; Real story of Katherine Hanna

Five botched surgeries; Real story of Katherine Hanna

Katherine Hanna, turned to surgery to fight the flab after her weight reach more than 266lbs. However, she was forced to undergo four separate gastric ops between 2011 and 2018 after one saw the wrong portion of stomach removed and another caused such severe acid reflux that she was barely able to eat.

Despite the horrifying ordeal, the nurse was delighted to drop more than 126lbs but was then left with rolls of loose skin that clung to her petite figure.

She resorted to taking equity out of her home in a desperate final attempt to 'correct' her body, forking out more than $20,000 on a full-body lift and breast implant surgery in India.

But the surgeries were 'botched' again - leaving Katherine with folds of loose skin dangling from the bottom of her newly-implanted breasts. As well as being devastated over her 'ugly' breasts, Katherine says her body is riddled with a road map of scars, and she has suffered a painful infection in her arm and a fist-sized lump in her stomach.

Katherine is now warning others of the unwanted consequences of surgery.

Join us in this amazing episode as Katherine shares her journey and so much more!

Feb 09, 202141:15
Michelle Wong of Lab Muffin Beauty Science about choosing a unique brand identity
Dec 02, 202044:18
Take your branding to the next level with Maree Andersen
Nov 25, 202036:54
Facebook Optimisation with Nicole

Facebook Optimisation with Nicole

Facebook optimisation is one of the most integral yet undervalued online advertising solutions in today’s internet-driven world. Without a goal-oriented Facebook marketing tactic, you’re missing out on a massive opportunity to generate qualified leads and traffic to your website.

With over 2.6 billion monthly active users, Facebook remains the biggest social networking platform worldwide. This means Facebook audience optimisation has a huge potential to attract the right customers and increase your business’ long-term profitability.

Today, almost every individual and organisation has a Facebook account. From influencers and celebrities to small businesses and big brands, everyone is leveraging the power of the platform to expand their audience reach and stay connected with key stakeholders.

New to social media marketing? Fret not. We've got you covered.

In this week's podcast episode, let us walk you through the Facebook audience optimisation process.

Together, let us rise above the competition and generate the highest possible revenue for your business.

Nov 18, 202046:18
Differentiating your business with Vanessa Grech
Nov 11, 202037:56
Customer Experience with Nicole

Customer Experience with Nicole

Remarkable customer experience is critical to the sustained growth of any business. A positive customer experience promotes loyalty, helps you retain customers, and encourages brand advocacy.

Today, customers have the power, not the sellers.

Who gave them this power? Us — with help from the world wide web.

This is why it's so important to provide a remarkable experience and make them want to continue doing business with you — customers are your best resource for growing your brand awareness in a positive way.

So, how can you measure your customer experience to determine what you're doing well and where there's room for improvement?

That's what we will learn in this week's special podcast episode.

Grab your tea, find your best spot and listen to the episode now!

Nov 05, 202028:19
Neil Osborne, The Sales Growth Expert
Oct 28, 202033:43
Be a goal-getter with Mariza Nuttall
Oct 21, 202032:06
Engage with your clients while still following Covid-19 protocols with Katie Budd
Oct 14, 202020:56
Ins and outs of Nursing with Elissa O’Keefe

Ins and outs of Nursing with Elissa O’Keefe

Being a nurse is not a profession for the faint-hearted. Nurses deal with life, death, and everything in between.

It’s a common misconception that nurses simply carry out the doctors’ orders. Nurses are front and centre, monitoring patients’ responses to prescribed interventions and notifying physicians when unwanted or negative outcomes arise. Nurses are responsible for all orders that are carried out, including those that are wrong or contraindicated.

As the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic accelerates, global health care systems have become overwhelmed, leading to great psychological pressure on nurses in the care of critically ill patients with COVID-19. Nurses can make a significant impact on global health, if only they feel empowered to take their seat at the political table.

In this week's podcast episode, Nicole will be speaking with Adj A/Professor Elissa O’Keefe RN, NP. Elissa is a health industry pioneer, a highly-experienced clinician and educator and was the first nurse practitioner in the ACT.

She has an honorary appointment as an Associate Professor in the College of Adjuncts at the University of Canberra in the Faculty of Health and is a member of the Galderma Global Nurses’ Group. Elissa was the former Chair of the Australian College of Nursing Cosmetic Nursing Community of Interest. 

Listen with us as Elissa talks about empowering health care professionals especially nurses, philanthropy and her brain-child, Bravura Education.

Learn more about Adj A/Professor Elissa O’Keefe RN, NP here:



Twitter: BravuraEdu

Oct 07, 202042:22
The Brand Spanking You Podcast; Pilot episode with Grazina Fechner
Sep 30, 202044:19
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