I have worked with this special guest and friend for a few years now as her marketing director and it was a pleasure to speak with her in this Special Edition Episode. Lara Casey is the CEO of Cultivate What Matters (maker of one of my favorite tools, the PowerSheets goal planner). During our interview, Lara discusses her brands greatests strength, a few marketing wins, and what she plans to work on in the year to come. As a mompreneur, she shares some of her best advice to those starting...
In this Special Edition episode, I interview Shunta Grant, creator and owner of Because of Zoe Designs, which designs handcrafted hair bows using premium fabrics. This attorney turned mompreneur shares with me her most successful marketing tactic (hint, a little teasing can go a long way) and how she exchanged a living for a life.
I interviewed Kathy Romero, the founder of Kathy Romero Weddings and Events, a small company that does impressive work all over the world! Kathy shared with me her marketing wins from the past year, plans for the future, and a misstep along the way to her success (never underestimate the need for space in your work schedule).
In this Special Edition episode, I interview Lindsay Teague Moreno, a serial entrepreneur and published author. We dive into her journey from a photographer to a multi-talented Jack Jill-of-all trades, who is making entrepreneurship a viable option for moms who want to share their talents and gifts with the world.
Lisa Funk is a hand lettering artist and creative founder of Hand Lettered Design. In this Special Edition Flourish episode, I chat with Lisa about her successes and failures in her business and what she learned from them, her future plans that include focusing on facebook ads and evergreen sales, as well as the importance of embracing the chaos in one’s business and life as a mompreneur.
Fellow mompreneur and my business coach Amber Lilyestrom shares with me her journey from only providing one-on-one coaching to launching her own mastermind. We also discuss the importance of being oneself and riding the wave of brand me in a world surrounded by people trying to put us in boxes.
Brittani Allen is the creator and owner of Pinch Of Help, a home organization service that helps families clear the clutter, while also creating a healthier space. We dig into the marketing campaign tactics that work and didn’t work for Brittani in the past years and what she has learned from them. She also offers up lots of brilliant advice for fellow mompreneurs that you don’t want to miss.
In this episode, I share my reflections, highlights, and progress on goals from 2018. Join me as I take a walk down memory lane of things I learned this year as a mama and business owner and what I’m looking forward to in the coming year.
In this special episode, I chat with my friend and fellow mompreneur, Cathy Olson, who runs Love Inspired. She shares some of her brand’s greatest strengths, as well as a marketing campaign tactic that didn’t quite work out, but how to turn failure into success.
In this Special Edition Flourish episode I interview my friend and fellow mompreneur, Heather Crabtree. We discuss her Savvy Business Owners Group, why marketing campaigns can fail and what to learn from it, as well as her brand’s greatest strength.
In this episode, I break down one of my favorite tools that has helped me manifest my biggest life and business dreams - a Vision Board! A vision board is the opportunity to put out your dreams to the universe in a fun, visual, and physical manner.
This special Saturday episode gives you an inside look at my Christmas List, resolutions for the new year and reflections on the past year. I also share details about my one of my favorite traditions - the Christmas Cookie Exchange Party, where a little friendly competition mixes with some delicious treats.
I have just returned from an amazing retreat in Los Angeles for Amber Lilyestrom's mastermind with Lewis Howes as a featured guest. While the trip is still fresh in my mind, I wanted to share with you all my biggest takeaways from the retreat and how they are impacting my year to come.
In this episode of Sweet Saturdays, Amber reads her first winner of the podcast review contest. Then Amber reveals how the Instant Pot was intimidating, and she let it sit in her pantry unopened for months. Also, Amber’s Dahlias are thriving even at the end of October.