Building a business and showing up online is vulnerable and challenging. Adding in the phenomena of Cancel Culture has many second-guessing how they show up in fear of being the next target. We’re sharing our thoughts on the subject and how it impacts us.
Your business has a story to tell. Through content marketing, there are endless opportunities to connect with your customer. In this episode, we dive into the types of content marketing, ideas for different pillars to focus on, and how a good content marketing strategy can help grow your business.
When guest Stephanie Smith (From My Enneagram Life) asks what your number is, it’s not to give you a call. In this episode, we’re talking all about the Enneagram types. How to identify yours, the things that motivate you, scare you and, of course, the best type of self-care for each type!
Our guest, Marsha Weeks (www.marshaweeks.com) loves helping people celebrate important milestones. Whether it’s planning their dream PEI wedding or finding their perfect PEI home, she will be there every step of the way. On this episode, Marsha shares what it was like to transition to being self-employed, balancing real estate with officiating weddings and her favorite self-care practices.
Choosing a niche may be one of the hardest things you do as an entrepreneur and it can be just what you need to build the business you dream of. In this episode we talk about the importance of choosing a niche, steps you can take to find yours and what we’ve learned through our own experiences.
What does astrology have to do with entrepreneurship and self-care? A lot more than you might think! Inspired by an astrology workshop we attended in October, we share how knowing your signs can help you better understand yourself (and others). Tune in to learn more about your sign including what entrepreneurial endeavors and self-care practices might benefit you the most!
We are joined in the closet by mompreneur, Kathleen MacPhee of Kathleen Grace Fitness (kathleengracefitness.com). After several years of teaching fitness classes she decided to take the leap into running her own business. Kathleen shares with us her tips and lessons learned of entrepreneur life with 4 young kids and a partner who is also an entrepreneur.
If you have thoughts like “They’re onto me”, “I’m not enough”, or “I am just lucky”, you may have imposter syndrome. It’s that feeling of being a fraud or believing that your achievements don’t matter. Many of us feel this way sometimes (even Maya Angelou), and while there may not be a way to remove it from your life, we do have some tips on what you can do when it pops up!