Liz has transitioned into a personal chef after 35 years as a professional horse trainer. In this episode she talks about the fear and excitement that entailed plus how she worked through the challenges of starting a presence on the internet. Liz also shares her experience combining her two passions – being personal chef & Jeunesse health and wellness products – under one umbrella business, Better Lifestyle Solutions.
Dannie Fountain, an experienced marketing and PR strategist for creative entrepreneurs talks about her process writing her books, The Side Hustle Gal and The Bucketlist Babe. She also discusses sharing your story with purpose and her personal journey with writing her third upcoming book, One Honest Woman, also releasing in 2017. Dannie gives us a behind the scenes look at what it’s like to be a digital nomad and graciously shares tips and strategies for getting started as an entrepreneur.
Behind-the-scenes look at developing a new fashion brand with Kickstarter. Toyin talks about her process for sourcing sustainable materials, finding manufacturers in the U.S., and developing her product line.
Community has so many benefits for your business – collaborations, new clients, a safe place to talk about building a business with people who get it, feeling understood and supported as a business owner + emotional support when shit goes sideways.
What goes in to a business plan and how do you create one if you hate spreadsheets? Tali Koziol Thomason shares amazing strategies for planning and running your business, especially as a side hustler with young children.
Maggie talks about her transition to a brand that truly reflects her personality and helps her business stand out online. Plus, she shares tools for finding your voice in your brand and staying consistent in your marketing copy.
In this Small Business Sisterhood podcast episode, Lysa Greer shares her immense knowledge of what it takes to be an entrepreneur including how to price your services, the importance of self-care in your business, transitioning from a corporate background to an entrepreneurial mindset, and expanding from a one-on-one business model to a one-to-many model. There’s so much to be learned from Lysa!
In this podcast episode Tors Grantham discusses the importance of video as a business owner and how planning can make a difference. She provides tools for making video creation easier and reducing necessary editing time. Tors helps online business owners create video and audio content that aligns with their business goals and inspires, educates and grows their audience.