Fun Friday – “Lifelong quest to get that 8 dollars back”

I hope you all had a great week.

 

Back in March, I was able to sit down and really test out my podcasting skills with the crew at Cygnal. I’m thankful that Brent Buchanan gave me this opportunity. You’ll have to check it out. Here’s the teaser – what could I possibly be talking about here:

  • I have been on a lifelong quest to get that 8 dollars back.” Nicole Schlinger

Let me know what you think! Have a great weekend.

Business Basics

I recently joined Lee Iben on his business coaching channel – Action Coach Campus to discuss some business basics and just what we do at CampaignHQ.

You can watch the full clip here:

“As Nicole explains to Head Coach Lee Iben, ‘you need to be adaptable.'”

 

I had a great time visiting with Lee and I am always looking for opportunities to talk about CampaignHQ and what we think works.

 

Thanks for listening,

Nicole Schlinger

Winning the Tough Ones

Recently, I had the chance to do a podcast –  this was my first podcast, so now I am very hip. I spoke with Justin Grubbs, host of Winning the Tough Ones.Nicole Schlinger

On the show, I went through the history of phones and political campaigns, giving a look on how the industry has changed since I’ve been involved. Organizations who didn’t adapt early to  people dropping landlines do not exist anymore. At CHQ, we adopted a mobile-first strategy and are leading the way to new technology like peer-to-peer texting.

I also chatted with Justin about how Campaign Headquarters influenced the fights on Merrick Garland and Obamacare.

I had a lot of fun and am thankful to Justin for letting me come on his show. By the way, you should listen to some of the other guests he’s had on -some of my great friends and people I admire like David Kochel, Jeff Roe, Eric Branstad and Chuck Larson – along with great campaign strategy for everything like fundraising to yard signs, and everything in between.

And if you have a podcast, I’d love to come chat! You can listen on Apple , on Google  or through RSS feed here.

Thanks for listening!

Nicole Schlinger