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Ep 79 The Future of the A.I. Skillet
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In episode 79, Camille shares more about the future of the A.I. Skillet, which is my AI skills development program. She shares her insight into the ever-changing world of A.I.
In episode 78, Camille talks about the wild, wild west ride that is A.I. and why it's the new gold rush. Enjoy another A.I. episode with one more to come.
In Episode 77 Camille revisits her acronym, CLEAR for writing effective prompts in AI tools such as chatGPT, Bard, Bing, Canva, copy AI, or Grammarly. So, pay close attention.
In episode 76 Camille talks about why you need to learn the skill of writing prompts for Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) and how to get started. It's a game changer!
In Episode 75 Camille gives a breakdown of the new A.I. Executive Order, what the main points cover regarding safe, secure & trustworthy Artificial Intelligence.
In Episode 74, Camille demonstrates how she used her A.I. voice to create this podcast because she got the flu and was unable to speak in her normal voice. Enjoy.
In Episode 73 Camille discusses the results of a survey sent to her subscribers asking about their interest in Artificial Intelligence (A.I.). and what it all means.
Today's episode, #72, picks up where #71 left off and Camille shares 3 key points from the 1st A.I. Skillet session, the Artificial Intelligence Skills Lab Program.
Episode 71 is a summary of the key points from a live demo Camille did of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) tools and the importance of A.I. in working remotely.
In episode 70, Part 4 of 4 about A.I. and Remote Work, Camille will explore 13 Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) Tools that either she uses or plans to use soon.
In today's episode 69, Part 3 of 4, Camille explores exactly what Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is so that you can understand it and maybe even embrace it.
In Episode 68, part 2 of 4 of a series of episodes, Camille will talk about AI and its impact on remote work & 9 skills you need to be a candidate for remote jobs.
Episode 67 is Part 1 of 4 lessons regarding what you need to know about remote work and artificial intelligence, during which we will explore different angles with each lesson.
In this episode, the final series installment, Camille's guest, Pia Edberg may inspire you to become a self-published author. A dream many of have.
In Episode 65 Camille interviews email marketing wizard Liz Wilcox and explores the amazingly lucrative world of email marketing! Prepare to be super inspired!
In this exciting episode, Camille interviews Flip Into $500-course creator Sir Isaac. Learn how to earn virtual income by creating a Virtual Workshop. Enjoy!
In Episode 63, I share tips and ideas for how to earn income with your very own online course using knowledge you already have and how to share that knowledge.
Episode 62 will show how creating digital products & services can be a game changer for supplemental income, starting a side business, or anything in between.
Using ChatGPT to write your resume might seem like cheating but in this episode, I will show you some tips for polishing a resume that will stand out.
In this episode you will learn the B.E.S.T. way of creating your resume with each letter representing the process in step-by-step format.
In this episode delve into job searches, resumes & bots. Remote work is the new retirement plan giving retirees the chance to work and live on their own terms.
In this episode, I share the topic of building a resume for the digital age and my new mini-course called Resume Power Hour to help you complete your powerful resume in one hour.
In this episode, I interview serial entrepreneur, Kimi Kinsey, to learn about the sticker business she runs on Etsy. She shares about her business and how she got started making a profit off of such a niche market.
In episode 56 Flip Into $500: we hear from Sir Isaac Smith about how he earns an extra $500 (or more) a month on eBay and how anyone can do this too. Join Isaac's Flip Into $500 Workshop in the show notes.
This episode features an interview with Sharee Collier, a business owner who has multiple streams of income, including as an author who writes and sells books on Amazon for side income.
In this episode, we'll discuss the latest report from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics and how it impacts the job market and your future. The report reveals both positive and negative aspects, so I help you get prepared.
In this episode, I introduce you to my first artificial intelligence (AI) voice. This is an experimental episode that explores what's possible with this technology. Good or bad, AI is here to stay. So let's have some fun with it!
In this episode, I interview Richard H. Freund who at 81 yeard-old is teaching himself how to transition his in-person art classes to online workshops. In this "Founders Over 50" series, I interview people who have started businesses over 50 years old.
In this episode, I interview Chevonne Frank who at 57 years old is a vintage fashion curator and fashionista and is expanding her brand and business online. She shares her wisdom in this inspiring episode.
65-year-old Lynn C. Davison has a coaching business helping parents of autistic adult children. She shares a lot of wisdom that can help anyone—autistic or otherwise—change their circumstances by changing their brain.
This series is called "Founders Over 50" and features people who started a business after the age of 50 years old. It's my birthday month and to honor that I invited a few guests over 50 to share their business journey.
In this episode, we explore how much you need to make from remote work and different ways to charge for the work that you do. From hourly, retainer, and leveraged work, a little creativity can help you reach your goals.
Job scams are everywhere but they can be avoided. Be on the lookout for red flags and do your research. Learn how in the quick episode and save yourself time, money and the potential shame of getting caught in a scam.
The AI (artificial intelligence) revolution is here! Is it for techies and engineers, or can regular people use it too? Not only can you - but you should be using AI. This is especially true if you are job searching or starting a new business.
If you know how your skills fit into a "job family" you can see how to transfer into different jobs. Hear how Heather went from a $ 15-an-hour job to running a multi-million dollar agency by focusing on her skills.
These are the top remote job and business ideas you can start this year. A list isn't everything but sometimes you just need ideas to get going! Have a listen and then brainstorm your own ideas.
Take a look at your lifetime "Body of Work" to find your unique gifts and turn them into short-descriptive phrases. This will help you describe yourself so that people can quickly and easily understand the essence of who you are.
In this episode, we are going to discuss “How to Turn Your Struggles into Strengths”. If this is your first time joining us, I encourage you to go back and listen to episodes #37 and #38. These episodes will set the foundation for this episode, and the series finale next week.
In this episode, you will learn some tips for "How To Talk About Yourself Without Sounding Like A Jerk!" Sometimes talking about yourself feels weird. Try talking about the other person instead to take the pressure off.
How can you position yourself for remote work? As we begin my new February series, I will go over some ways you can reinvent yourself for remote work or business. Keep listening for what I mean by reinventing yourself, and some new ways to think about "how you work". This is going to be a great month!
In this series finally, we continue this month's series with our last spoke episode. We are going to find out the "Five Tools You Need To Know to Work Remotely". We will connect this last episode to our first episode - The Top 5 Remote Work and Business Predictions for 2023. Be sure to listen to episodes #33 thru #35.
In this episode, I am sharing the 3 things to avoid when you are working with clients or employers. We continue the main series topic of my top remote work and business predictions for 2023. I would encourage you to go back & listen to episodes #33 and #34 before continuing on with this episode.
Welcome back to this month's series. Last week I shared my five predictions for remote work and business opportunities in 2023. Now we are going to dig deeper into increasing your online presence for income opportunities. Be sure to watch #33 before you listen to this episode.
It's time for a brand-new series. I'm so excited because this whole month is all about the top remote work, and remote business predictions for 2023. Now today I will share my top five predictions, and then in the following 3 episodes, I will give you action steps so you can take advantage of these opportunities.
In the series finale, I will share with you how to turn your action items from your life vision into daily habits so that you can bring your vision into your everyday life. Be sure to go back and listen to episodes 29 to 31 to complete all the steps you need to before you finish up with this episode.
In this spoke episode, we are going to dig deeper into what a life vision is, and how fun it is to create one. Together we will take a look at the 'roof' of your house and work on improving it. If you didn't catch Episodes 29 and 30, which are the first in this series, go back and give them a listen before you tackle this episode.
Welcome back to this exciting new series where I want to inspire you to create a life vision. In today's spoke episode, I give you specific exercises to create your value statements. If you haven't listened to episode #29, the wheel episode, listen to that one first because it sets the stage for this episode.
It's December and time for a new series. This whole month is about defining your life vision and living it every day. In this exciting series, Camille will inspire you to create a life vision. There's a foundation, pillars, and a roof, and with each of these items, Camille builds a house!
In this bonus episode Camille interviews author and RV enthusiast Julie Chickery, they talk about business, swimming with polar bears, and how to challenge yourself in retirement! Just remember you can take your passions, and keep growing them. Retirement doesn't have to be boring!
In this third and final spoke episode, we explore how you know if the market is right for your digital product or service. I will give you ideas so you can test the market to find that out! If you didn't catch Episodes #24 through #26, which are the first in this series, I suggest you go back and watch them first.
In this spoke episode, we will dig deeper into how to price your digital products or services. It is part art and part science. There are so many options available you just have to find the right one. If you didn't catch Episode #24, which is the wheel, or #25 which is the first spoke, go back and listen to those before viewing this episode.
In this spoke episode, I help you get your hobby (that you want to make into a side job/get supplemental income) from your head, and get it on paper! If you didn't catch Episode #24, which is the first in this series, go back and watch it first. Then let me show you how to create a 3 to 7-step list of how you can take your hobby into a side business.
Since this is the first Wednesday of the month this will be the longer wheel episode. In this episode, I use my friend Brandi as an example of how you can turn your hobby into a side business, or simply use it for supplemental income! Find out how you can take your hobby(s), and start a remote work revenue stream.
In today's 10-minute episode, I share 3 steps to start your first remote work income stream. If you haven't had a chance to listen to the whole series I would suggest going back and listening to episodes 20 through 22. The answers from the previous episodes' homework will help you start your first remote work income stream.
In today's episode, we explore how to avoid getting yourself into something that isn't right for you. In this spoke episode, we will build on Ep #21 and help you determine what you're willing to risk to obtain your goal. Stick around till the end because I am sharing a bonus!
Welcome to my first Spoke episode. In this shorter podcast, we will take a deep dive into how to build various sources of remote income. If this is your first time joining us I encourage you to do back and listen to episode #20.
In this episode, I share my main sources of income so you can get ideas and inspiration for how remote work can work for you. Learn what you can do to have multiple income streams.
In this episode, I talk about what it has been like to rent my RV for supplemental income. I share what's working, what I have learned, and what I will do differently. Learn what you can do if you want to rent your RV.
In this episode, I interview Jon Dykstra from FatStacks Blogging. We talk about how to start and grow a profitable blog to the tune of five figures a month or more. You will also learn about Jon's course Niche Site Profits.
Are you prepared for the economic shifts affecting inflation, the stock market, and the job market? Remote work is the new "retirement plan" and knowing the three keys of success ends with Key #3 Pricing.
Are you prepared for the economic shifts affecting inflation, the stock market, and the job market? Remote work is the new "retirement plan" and knowing the three keys of success starts with Key #1 Planning.
How would four different characters from the show "The Office" get remote work. Let's follow Stanley, Angela, Andy, and Phyllis and see how they would start and what they should do.
This episode is a special live coaching conversation that took place in Remote Work School. Paul is a member who has been a hairdresser for 38 years and is looking to reinvent himself for remote work.
This episode answers the question should you get a job or start a business? In this new era of job market shifts, and more people than ever starting businesses, you should be prepared to take advantage of any and all work income opportunities.
Searching for information about RVing, motorhomes, van life, and camper travel? Full-time freedom week is the largest and longest running event for people who love to RV. Learn all about boondocking, remote work, and traveling with your family.
In this first part of a two-part episode, Camille digs deep into her journey of leaving a desk job, the transition into a Remote Worker, and starting a business in her RV.
In this episode, Camille talks about her 2022 remote work predictions, how these predictions might get you thinking a little differently about remote work and help you make some decisions.