Sagan Morrow - Small Business Sisterhood PodcastSagan Morrow - Small Business Sisterhood Podcast

Sagan Morrow - Small Business Sisterhood Podcast

Sagan Morrow

productivity coach + author

Sagan teaches busy, time-crunched solopreneurs how to build their own successful home-based businesses—without the overwhelm—through her online courses and business resources. She specializes in productivity tips and action-oriented strategic planning for multi-passionate creatives. Sagan has over a decade of experience as a freelance writer and editor and hosts the Indie Author Weekly podcast. When she isn’t teaching solopreneurs or doing freelance work for her own clients, Sagan writes romance novels.

In This Episode…

[00:41] Introduction to Sagan and her business
[02:15] Strategies on managing a multi-passionate business
[07:01] Adaptability as an entrepreneur
[08:48] How Sagan navigates her multi-passionate business
[10:50] Starting a multi-passionate business
[17:31] The practicalities of a multi-passionate business
[27:10] How to determine what to work on as a multi-passionate
[33:01] Lessons learned from starting a business

Sagan Morrow is a productivity strategist for multi-passionate creatives, and is also an indie author of romantic comedies. She started back in 2008 as a healthy living blogger and has slowly pivoted into a small business resource for solopreneurs, adding in different strands and interests to her business as she went.

In this episode, Sagan shares the practicalities of running a multi-passionate business – from managing an email list and how she describes what she does – and gives great tips on how to create and run a multi-passionate business yourself, without getting overwhelmed.


“Too often we’re copying and pasting what we see other people doing because it works for them so we assume it’ll work well for us.”

“For me it’s all about putting these pieces together, there’s so many things that I want to be doing that I keep adding to my business whenever I get excited about a new project.”

“There’s a reason why you’re drawn to multiple different things and there’s going to be at least one thing that connects the dots.”

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Mentioned during this episode…

Indie Author Weekly podcast –