Creating a life and business you love – with Greg Taylor

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Podcast Overview:

Greg Taylor is very unapologetic about who he is – and I love it.

In this episode, we cover all kinds of things from how to create a work/life balance, to people who want to pick your brain, having friends that you can trust, and creating a business you feel happy in.

This was a fast-paced episode that has lots of gems. Enjoy!

Greg’s Bio:

After working in marketing and business development for over ten years, Greg decided to pursue his passion for WordPress development and content marketing by starting his own company. Tired of seeing sites that look great but don’t achieve results, he founded Marketing Press to help business owners find the best of both worlds.

In addition to leading the company, Greg has become well-known in the WordPress community as a speaker and teacher. He has presented at several conferences, been featured on industry podcasts, and regularly appears on popular shows (like WPwatercooler and his very own Marketing Press TV).

When he’s not working on code or content, Greg spends his free time mentoring at Gangplank, taking in live music, hiking and playing sports in Tempe, AZ, or hanging out with family in his home state of New Jersey.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Marketing Press – Greg’s company

Gangplank – A collaborative coworking space in Chandler, AZ that Greg used to go to.

Zappos Tours – Where you can sign up to go on a tour of Zappos.

Greg’s Twitter account – Find him there.

Episode Transcript

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