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Episode 7: Taking Bold Risks with Adam Auriemma

Adam Auriemma joins On Track with Shanna Goodman to discuss his journey of channeling his love of media and ability to write and edit into service-based journalism. It wasn’t until he started writing about money from a consumer point of view that he really appreciated the power of his platform. Over the years, that’s led him to some bold choices: taking a risk to leave a prestigious job, and rebranding Money Magazine with a new audience focus.   

Adam Auriemma is the editor-in-chief of NextAdvisor, the personal finance channel of TIME. Previously, he was the editor-in-chief of Money Magazine and a deputy bureau chief at The Wall Street Journal. Teams working under Adam’s leadership have received the Gerald Loeb Award for Business and Financial Journalism, a National Association of Black Journalists Digital Media Commentary Award, and an Emmy nomination for Best Cultural/Topical Documentary. He is based in Brooklyn.

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Small business growth expert, Shanna Goodman, will share practical and applicable steps on the mindset and mechanics of pursuing purpose in your small business. 

Topics include: uncovering your purpose and how to continuously anchor yourself to it, how to overcome procrastination, and even nitty gritty details like how to position yourself online so that you’re found by your ideal clients. 

Shanna Goodman has been helping small businesses grow in meaningful ways for more than 16 years. 

Raised by entrepreneurs, she is a voracious reader and writer, regularly contributing to Business Insider, Forbes, Fit Small Business, Create & Cultivate, and Working Mother.