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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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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

91. Disrupting the Skincare Industry with an All-Natural Apple Vinegar Based Deodorant

6/23/2019
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In this episode, Founder of Sway deodorant, Rebecca So, discusses how she developed and tested her apple cider vinegar based natural deodorant, the underarm detox period, and a bit of deodorant education. Rebecca also talks about how she's trying to bring more attention to underarms by creating products that look beautiful enough to post on social, but also make your underarms look and smell fabulous. Show notes: nachesnow.com/91

Duration:00:52:11

90. Turn Doodles Into a Prosperous Sticker Business

6/16/2019
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Brita Lynn Thompson is the owner of Zenspire Designs. She sales vinyl stickers, prints, and creates custom orders of her illustrations that have a zentangle vibe. In June 2014, she was chosen out of 4,000 plus entries as the winner for Starbucks “White Cup Contest.” The day before they announced her as the winner she created an Etsy shop. That summer her design was reproduced onto their reusable cups online and in every store in the US and Canada. Her dream of owning a business became a...

Duration:01:00:48

89. How to Become a Sign Painter

6/9/2019
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Lindsay Sochar is a Los Angeles based painter who specializes in lettering and signs. Using vintage designs, and retro advertising, her work is colorful, whimsical and bright. She also creates custom artwork, wedding signage and gifts, and chalkboards. In this episode, we discuss her love and passion for painting, the importance of having a dedicated studio space, and figuring out pricing. Show notes: nachesnow.com/89

Duration:00:40:31

88. Why Blogging is a Great Side Hustle

6/2/2019
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Lindsay Ponta is the creator of the blog Shrimp Salad Circus. She started this DIY blog in 2009 to inspire the person who doesn’t think she has a creative bone in her body but is ready to try. Though mostly known for her DIY projects, she’s also into hand-lettering, cooking and baking, and photography. She has a day job as a social media manager for a nonprofit, but you can usually find her at home snuggled up with her sweet little girl, her hubby, and their two shelter cats and rescue...

Duration:00:49:39

87. Turning a Layoff Into a Successful African Home Decor Business

5/26/2019
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Anitra Terrell began Reflektion Design in late 2013 after being laid off. She was at a crossroads, but instead of feeling defeated, she considered it an opportunity to forge her own path. When she thought about the happiest moments of her life, Ghana surfaced repeatedly. It was then Anitra realized she had to share her passion for African textiles and culture with others, and Reflektion Design was officially launched. Anitra designs decor for culturally inspired people who love unique,...

Duration:00:51:45

86. Best Practices for Hiring an Editor + Craftcation Recap

5/19/2019
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Kathy Cornwell has over 15 years of editorial experience across numerous fields, including the art and craft industry. She has experience writing blog posts, newsletters, worksheets, and other content for artists and other creative entrepreneurs. Kathy has copyedited books, quilt patterns, brochures, websites, and many other types of creative content. She has over a decade of editing, writing, and business experience; hands-on experience with art and craft businesses as an employee as...

Duration:00:49:45

85. Don't Let Fear Have all​ The Fun—Take Action

5/12/2019
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Monique Malcolm of Keep Chasing the Stars is a business coach for aspiring creative entrepreneurs who have all the ideas but struggle to make them happen. She's also the creator of the Visionary Journal, a snazzy goal setting guide, vision board and day planner designed to help you get from idea to done. Monique is into making big ideas happen and bringing dreams to life! When doubt creeps in and the chorus of fear starts singing its warm-up notes, she’s the woman that you want by your...

Duration:00:49:08

84. From Hobby to Business: How to Start a Natural Skin Care Line

5/5/2019
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Alana Rivera stumbled into the world of natural body care while working a job that left her feeling lost. At a time when she was unsure about what direction to take, she found brewing up apothecary products in her kitchen gave her purpose. Batch after batch, inspiration came from her other passion: food. Lavender shortbread became Lavender Soap. Coffee with fresh mint became Cold Brew Mint Coffee Scrub. Cardamom Old Fashioned became Grapefruit Cardamom Body Oil. After leaping into the...

Duration:01:02:41

83. How Passion Projects Can Lead to Opportunities

4/28/2019
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Lauren Hom is a designer and letterer based in Detroit, schooled in New York, and raised in Los Angeles. Known for her bright color palettes, playful letterforms, and quirky copywriting, she’s had the pleasure of creating work for clients like Starbucks, Google, AT&T, YouTube and TIME Magazine. Her work has been recognized by Communication Arts, the Type Directors Club, and the Webby Awards. She’s also the author of the popular blog and book Daily Dishonesty. In this episode, we talk...

Duration:00:35:10

82. How to Use Storytelling to Build a Strong Brand

4/21/2019
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Rebecca Orlov is the Founder and Creative Director of Orlov Design Co. With two decades of creative development and project management experience in advertising & marketing, Rebecca has paired her valuable knowledge and experience working with Fortune 100 companies and social Influencers with her passion for brand strategy, storytelling, art direction, trend insights, business development, and design. In this episode, we talk about the importance of discovering your brand voice and how to...

Duration:00:56:14

81. Writing, Publishing, and Marketing a Children's Book About Self Love

4/14/2019
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Jennifer Vassel's current project is “I Am Unique!” – a children’s book and empowerment brand about self-love and sharing your unique gifts with the masses. The book stemmed from her childhood insecurity of having a birthmark. She wrote the story to inspire young girls and women alike to rise above their insecurity, and use it to impact the world. In this episode we talk about the power of self-love, how to self publish, and her top four marketing strategies. Show notes: nachesnow.com/81

Duration:00:47:03

80. How to Start a Stationery Business

4/7/2019
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Catherine Hildner, owner of Kitty Meow: A Creative Boutique, creates and sells beautifully designed paper goods with witty charm or sweet sentiments, retail and wholesale. On her site, you can shop based on your mood, because if you're anything like her sometimes you feel a little saucy and sometimes ya don't. In this episode, Catherine and I discuss how and why she decided to open Kitty Meow Boutique as a full-time business. She also talks about why she moved away from digital invites...

Duration:00:43:14

79. Lessons Learned from Two Decades of #Adulting

3/31/2019
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This is my birthday episode. I talk about what I've learned in two decades. To include money mindset, removing negativity from your life, forgiving yourself, the importance of hobbies, the key to success, and why I don't think there is only one true love for every person. Show Notes: nachesnow.com/79

Duration:00:28:54

78. Never Ask for Permission

3/24/2019
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Logan Rena is the Wholefidence Coach. She merges wholeness and confidence to encourage women to walk in consistent love with who they are. As a result of working with Logan, women have learned how to set their hearts and minds free from toxic "situationships" and how to cover pain, insecurities, and rejection with the make-up of self-love. She is the Chief Creative Director of The Logan Design Project. She is a contributing writer for the #1 Entrepreneurship Magazine in San Diego, Life By...

Duration:00:50:52

77. How to Change the Direction of Your Business + Product Powerhouse Summit

3/17/2019
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Abagail and Emylee founded Think Creative Collective just months after meeting each other online. Together they built a multi-six-figure business in under 12-months by helping thousands of creative entrepreneurs build a soul-fulfilling and freaking profitable business. They recently rebranded to Boss Project and they are now planning their second free virtual summit, The Product Powerhouse summit. In this episode, Emylee and I discuss the importance of making money right from the start....

Duration:00:33:51

76. How to Start Your Own Lingerie Business

3/10/2019
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Jackie Michel started Bare Reverie to make killer lingerie that doesn’t kill our environment. The production of her garments happens in the very city she designs them, Miami, by partnering with responsible manufactures using sustainable fabrics. She used her decade of fashion knowledge to build a brand she loves. In this episode, Jackie walks us through how she started her company in four months while working a full-time job! Show notes and links: NacheSnow.com/76

Duration:00:48:02

75. Money Mindset and Revenue Generating Tips For Your Side Hustle

3/2/2019
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Kara Stevens is the founder of The Frugal Feminista website. It was created from a deep place of love, advocacy, and joy that comes from understanding the brilliance and beauty of black women; and knowing the role that money can play in helping them live life on their own terms. In this episode, we discuss how she was able to take a personal project and grow it into an amazing side hustle. Kara walks us through how she worked on her money mindset to transform her idea into a business. Show...

Duration:00:53:56

74. Building a Community Around a Beverage Brand

11/18/2018
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Milan Jordan is the creator of the beverage company Cultured Kombucha. She has a background in American studies and architecture, so building community has been a lifelong passion of hers, but in brewing kombucha, she came to see the community through a different lens. Milan created Cultured Kombucha because she loves brewing and drinking kombucha, but also because she wanted to tackle some of the racial barriers to wellness. Cultured Kombucha was created to be a tribe: a tribe of healthy...

Duration:00:51:42

73. How To Conquer and Pursue Your Dreams

11/11/2018
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Jen Proctor is the founder and CEO of Cultivated Entertainment. They work hand in hand with clients to research, identify and secure the perfect talent for various projects. Just before launching the company, Jen was the Head of Talent for Embassy Row, Sony Pictures TV and digital production company. In this episode, we discuss knowing your worth, getting over a fear mentality around money, believing in yourself, and growing a company. Show Notes: NacheSnow.com/73

Duration:00:39:48

72. Growing a Profitable Jewelry Business via Branding, Networking, and Great Product Design

11/4/2018
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Lorraine West has always had an affinity for creating and donning unique jewelry. Her mother’s love for ornate pieces was the inspiration for Lorraine to delve into jewelry design while studying Illustration at the Fashion Institute of Technology. After teaching herself how to manipulate various metals into beautiful original jewelry pieces, and with the increasing demand from family and friends to create custom designs, Lorraine West Jewelry was conceived. In this episode, Lorraine talks...

Duration:00:57:30