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Live Your Dreams Studio 78 with Nache Snow is a podcast about finding, pursuing, and building your creative passion or next business endeavor. She dives into how she’s been able to do this on nights and weekends, while keeping her sanity. Nache talks to guests about design, software, finance, crafts, product love, lessons learned and how they’ve achieved success in business and life. This podcast sets out to inspire all to get the right mindset for success.

Live Your Dreams Studio 78 with Nache Snow is a podcast about finding, pursuing, and building your creative passion or next business endeavor. She dives into how she’s been able to do this on nights and weekends, while keeping her sanity. Nache talks to guests about design, software, finance, crafts, product love, lessons learned and how they’ve achieved success in business and life. This podcast sets out to inspire all to get the right mindset for success.
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Washington, DC

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Live Your Dreams Studio 78 with Nache Snow is a podcast about finding, pursuing, and building your creative passion or next business endeavor. She dives into how she’s been able to do this on nights and weekends, while keeping her sanity. Nache talks to guests about design, software, finance, crafts, product love, lessons learned and how they’ve achieved success in business and life. This podcast sets out to inspire all to get the right mindset for success.

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@nachesnow

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English


Episodes

70. How Creative Entrepreneurs Can Become Diversity Suppliers for Large Companies

10/21/2018
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Amelia Roberts is a registered nurse by trade, entrepreneur by passion. She decided to start a side hustle to help her get out of 18k in student loan debt, but she wanted it to be something different than nursing. This led her to teach people in the healthcare space about social media marketing. In this episode, we discuss supplier diversity, proactive business programs which encourages the use of minority-owned, women owned, veteran owned, LGBT-owned, service disabled veteran-owned small...

Duration:00:48:47

69. How a Plant-Based Diet Can Help Endometriosis

10/14/2018
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Jessica Murnane focuses on wellness and prevention of illness, in particular, endometriosis, through the use of natural nutritional therapies to achieve optimal health. She is the creator of the One Part Podcast, The One Part Plant Cookbook, and The Know Your Endo Program. In this episode, we discuss what endometriosis is, the symptoms of endometriosis, and the benefits of a plant-based diet. We also talk about how the skills acquired and connections made in Jessica's various careers have...

Duration:01:00:49

68. Behave Boldly: Why It's Important to Chase your Dreams

10/7/2018
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Elise Russell, the owner of Pony Friday, is about sticking her neck out to win. In 2012, she quit her job as an award-winning advertising creative to be an entrepreneur. It wasn’t a soft transition; she didn’t have a plan. She simply wanted to have more fun and work when she felt inspired, not force her own creative hand in the conventional nine-to-five machine. In this episode, we discuss how Pony Friday has evolved from only taking contract work to selling merchandise, why she started...

Duration:00:48:44

67. Growing a Purpose-Driven Business Through Networking, Pitch Competitions, and Fellowships

9/30/2018
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Yelitsa Jean-Charles is the creator of the Healthy Roots Doll, Zoe. Healthy Roots is a toy company Yelitza founded that creates dolls and storybooks that reinforce positive self-perceptions of the richly diverse, varying shades of complexion, and natural hair textures among girls of color. Societal beauty standards negatively impact the self perception of girls of color. She aims to empower, educate and inspire self-love. In this episode, Yelitsa tells us how a class project led her to...

Duration:00:42:12

66. How to Manufacture a Product and Sell It

9/23/2018
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Kimberly Wilson is a stationery designer in Auburn, California and the creator of The Lettermate. She’s had countless brides, friends, and fellow DIY’ers come to her in search of a solution to easily address envelopes. In comes The Lettermate, an envelope addressing guide for those who have trouble writing in a straight line! In this episode, we discuss how she came up with the idea, developing a prototype, market research, working with manufacturers, and marketing her product. Have you...

Duration:00:43:59

65. How to Build a Portfolio and Determine Your Pricing Structure

9/16/2018
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Giulietta (Juliet-ta) Pinna is the owner of Limonata Creative a prop styling and event design business she started in 2016. After a move from NYC—where she attended the Fashion Institute Of Technology, obtained an Advertising Marketing Degree, worked for fine art galleries & artists for seven years—she planted roots in Baltimore, MD. Giulietta realized that while her former career path perfected her business skills, it prevented her from being creative which is why she started Limonata...

Duration:00:49:03

64. How to Become a Wedding Planner

9/9/2018
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Lesley-Anne Billups is the owner of Elegantly Charming Events. She has always had a passion for event planning and weddings. She has coordinated several weddings along with special events to include a podcast launch party and a book signing. She holds a Masters Certificate in Project Management from the University of Virginia and received her Certification in Planning Weddings and Events from Lovegevity Wedding Planning Institute. In this episode, we discuss how she made the jump from...

Duration:00:44:20

63. Knowing When to Quit, Stick, or Pivot

9/2/2018
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Mallory Whitfield teaches people how to creatively market themselves online and how to tap into their creative potential. In addition to her day job, she frequently speaks on topics related to creativity, marketing, and personal branding. She not only has a personal brand, but is also the producer, editor, and host of the Badass Creatives podcast. In this episode, we talk about how and why Mallory made specific career choices through the years. To include her decision to have a day job at...

Duration:00:58:04

62. Growing an Upholstery Business Through Intentional Entrepreneurship

8/26/2018
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Nicole Crowder is the independent furniture designer and upholsterer behind Nicole Crowder Upholstery based in Washington D.C. She has been upholstering furniture for clients since 2013. Previously Nicole was a Photo Editor for The Washington Post and Netflix. In this episode, we discuss Nicole's journey to launching her upholstery business, how she made a deliberate attempt to be more intentional about her lifestyle, and how she manages her business. Nicole Crowder Upholstery Website:...

Duration:00:57:30

61. How to Make a Living Selling Handmade Home Goods

8/19/2018
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Danielle Spillman is the co owner of Wood Intimations, a small home goods company that was built on the foundation of love and a passion for people and all things beautiful. They sell kitchen products and custom made tear drop trailers. In this episode, we discuss how she transitioned from owning a yoga studio to a home goods business, how she was able to get wholesale and consignments accounts, and finding your happy. SHOWNOTES: NacheSnow.com/61 Wood Intimations Website:...

Duration:00:48:02

60. $32 to 7 Figures Selling Natural Hair Care Products

8/11/2018
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We’re talking with Gwen Jimmere, the CEO and founder of Naturalicious, a company that creates beauty solutions for busy women who need products that fit into their lifestyle rather than consume it. We discuss how she started with $32, developed her product line, pitched to wholesalers, created packaging, grew her business, why she decided to patent her product, and of course how to take care of your natural hair! Show notes: nachesnow.com/60 Naturalicious Website:...

Duration:01:08:45

59. Branding Series Part 4 of 4: Brand Messaging

5/27/2018
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As they say, “all things must come to an end,” and unfortunately that is true not only for this season of the Studio 78 podcast, but also for the four-week branding series. Not to fret though, we’re wrapping up the series (and season) with an amazing guest, Marva Goss. Marva is a brand and sales strategist who coaches creatives who need help showcasing the value of their service so they can book more of the right clients. Marva is a veteran turned life coach turned strategist that encourages...

Duration:00:41:20

58. Branding Series Part 3 of 4: Tips for Building an Effective Website

5/20/2018
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Get ready for Part 3 of the Branding Series. Hopefully, you’ve found the content from the past two weeks helpful, and this week we’re going to talk about web presence. The Internet is such a powerful tool in branding your business. It helps solitic customers, connects you with your customers, but most importantly, it serves as a your introduction to your customer base. Subscribe on APPLE PODCASTS | STITCHER | ANDROID This week, I welcomed Jess Freeman who is a graphic and web designer,...

Duration:01:04:50

57: Branding Series Part 2 of 4: How to Create Your Visual Branding

5/13/2018
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Welcome to Part 2 of the branding series on the Studio 78 Podcast. If you’ve listened to Part 1 of the series with Robyn Young and took the requested actions, you should now know your “why.” In Part 2 of this series, you’ll learn how to apply your why to your visual brand. You’ll learn what a visual brand is, why it’s important, and how to execute it. What is a Visual Brand A visual brand is what people see relating to your business including, but not limited to, graphical elements such as...

Duration:00:33:38

56. Branding Series Part 1 of 4: Determining Your Why

5/6/2018
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Welcome to part one of the Studio 78 Podcast Branding Series! This four-part series will dive in to understanding your why, messaging, and building a website and provide resources, tools, and tips for getting started. Subscribe on APPLE PODCASTS | STITCHER | ANDROID Part one of this series focuses on your why with Robyn from Robyn Young & Co. She is a branding strategist and creative with a strong vision and eye for creativity. In this episode, she defines what a brand is and how to...

Duration:00:45:43

55. When to Make the Leap into Entrepreneurship + How to Get Sponsorship from Large Companies

4/22/2018
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Most entrepreneurs know that sponsorships can often be a game changer for new businesses, but most are unsure of how to pitch or start the process of landing a highly coveted sponsorship. This week’s guest, Quianna Murray, is a sponsorship strategist who helps entrepreneurs find, pitch, acquire, and retain the sponsorships to take their businesses to the next level. LISTEN on APPLE PODCASTS | STITCHER | ANDROID Quianna discusses the ebbs and flows she experienced to become a successful...

Duration:00:50:25

54. The Journey of Opening a Retail Store with Three Little Birds Sewing Co

4/15/2018
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What if you asked yourself everyday “What’s the worst that could happen if I followed my dreams?” or “Could I bare seeing someone else living my dream if I don’t take a chance?” Well, my guest this week asked herself these two questions while contemplating entrepreneurship, and with the determination to not allow fear to fuel or cloud her decisionmaking, she continued on down a path to realizing her dreams. LISTEN on APPLE PODCASTS | STITCHER | ANDROID <<< Katie Blattner is now the...

Duration:00:41:39

53. How to Earn a Living as an Artist + The Pros and Cons of Publishing a Book

4/8/2018
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This week’s guest truly believes in doing what you love without compromise. Jenipher Lyn had always been a creative force, using her creative energies to make and sell jewelry at an early age, but she found her voice as an illustrator during a challenging time in her life. From then, she discovered her purpose was not only to create but to encourage. With every whimsical and colorful illustration, she hopes to provide customers with motivation at any and every stage of their...

Duration:00:45:26

52. How to Discover Your Purpose and What To Do If You Feel Overwhelmed

4/1/2018
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Kishshana Palmer is a focus and purpose coach who specializes in helping working women and entrepreneurs achieve clarity and focus toward entrepreneurial and life goals. She too struggled to find her passion and purpose and knows firsthand the frustrations of being unaligned with your purpose. After working in fundraising for years, she discovered her true calling in coaching and hasn’t looked back since. In this episode, we discuss simple steps career women can take to overcome the feeling...

Duration:00:48:53

51. Why Building a Community on Your Platform is Important + The Importance of Support

3/25/2018
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It’s Women’s History Month, and as we celebrate the trailblazers, historians, and up-and-comers, I think it’s timely to speak about women supporting women. My guest this week, Elayne Fluker, has built a brand and business around this concept. She is the creator and host of the Support is Sexy podcast, a podcast dedicated to featuring women entrepreneurs and their stories. Although her podcast is about entrepreneurship, Elayne also created a forum to serve as a meeting place where...

Duration:00:49:19