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The Vendor's Daughter is a podcast focused on finding a work/life balance because growing a business takes work both inside and outside the office but that success would mean nothing without a healthy body and people to love. Tune in to listen to interviews with entrepreneurs who are growing their businesses while living their best lives.

The Vendor's Daughter is a podcast focused on finding a work/life balance because growing a business takes work both inside and outside the office but that success would mean nothing without a healthy body and people to love. Tune in to listen to interviews with entrepreneurs who are growing their businesses while living their best lives.
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The Vendor's Daughter is a podcast focused on finding a work/life balance because growing a business takes work both inside and outside the office but that success would mean nothing without a healthy body and people to love. Tune in to listen to interviews with entrepreneurs who are growing their businesses while living their best lives.

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Episodes

TVD #048 Someone Else's Opinion of You is None of Your Business

9/9/2019
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In Episode 48 of The Vendor's Daughter, Jennifer Calderon digs into why other people's opinions of you are none of your business. Although it's important to get advice from experts, from people who are further along the path you want be on, it's also important not to get too many people's advice, or to let other people's opinions dictate how you spend your life. Instagram @thevendorsdaughter Website: thevendorsdaughter.com

Duration:00:11:44

TVD #047 Learn from Your Mistakes & Hire Experts with Jennifer Calderon

9/2/2019
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Listen in as Jennifer shares a recent experience in SF that reminded her to: -Make mistakes O.L.D (own them, learn from them, don't do them again) -Be an expert in your field -Hire people who are experts in their fields In this episode you'll also be reminded to look for proof of the ways you've grown, to not be ashamed of wanting to make more money and that you are exactly where you need to be. Shownotes: thevendorsdaughter.com/episode47 Instagram: @thevendorsdaughter

Duration:00:30:55

TVD #046 Lindsay Tramel-Jones Collaborate Deliberately & Know Your Target Audience

8/28/2019
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In Episode 46 of The Vendor's Daughter we talk with Lindsay Tramal-Jones, Founder of Organized Chaos Design Company, a brand curating and web designing service. In this episode Lindsay shares why she's chosen to only work with women, how she finds time to grow her business while being an active member of the US Army, why it's important to collaborate deliberately and why you need to make sure you are selling to your targeted customer, not to yourself. Shownotes:...

Duration:00:42:58

TVD #045 Friendly Flower ATX on Being a Good Partner & Responding to Customer Feedback

8/12/2019
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In Episode #45 of The Vendor's Daughter, Founder of Friendly Flower ATX, a sustainable, local bouquet delivery service in Ausin Texas, shares: - why it's important to be a well-rounded business partner - the difference between their bouquets and the ones you find at grocery stores (hint: they smell better, live longer and are better for the environment) - the importance of making time to rest even when starting a business. You have to rest in order to be ready for the next lap - what it...

Duration:00:43:51

TVD #044 Stay the Course with Jennifer & Ryan Calderon

8/10/2019
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Sometimes it feels like you aren't going to achieve your goal. That the math is too hard, the climb is too steep, the sacrifice is too big. This Secret Sauce episode is all about encouraging you to keep going. We have some fun along the way as Ryan & Jennifer share some pet peeves they have in their relationship and how a thermostat taught them the key lesson of it's easier to maintain than start from scratch. For more visit thevendorsdaughter.com

Duration:00:28:20

TVD #043: Marshall Rowe, Jim Fitts & John Weeks on Planning Your Next Adventure

8/6/2019
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In Episode #43 of The Vendor's Daughter Marshall Rowe, Jim Fitts & John Weeks, Authors of "Your Next Adventure" discuss the importance of planning for life after retirement and/or the sell of your business. We talk about a 5 year plan, the three questions you need to ask yourself and the three clocks you need to consider to determine if you're ready to sell. We also discuss the most important advisers any entrepreneur should have on their team. For more visit havestcap.com or...

Duration:00:41:03

TVD #042 Justin Wiesinger Choosing Perseverance Over Perfection and Regaining Your Childlike Spirit

7/29/2019
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In Episode 42 of The Vendor's Daughter we interview Justin Wiesinger, Author of The Childlike Heist. In our interview Justin shares what it means to choose perseverance over perfection, why it's important to speak your dreams out loud, how you can delegate stress and what it means to regain your childlike sense of wonder. You can learn more at thevendorsdaughter.com/episode42 ot at thechidlikeheist.ca

Duration:01:11:36

TVD #041 Lauren Chew Going in Blind and Scaling Your Business

7/25/2019
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In Episode 41 of The Vendor's Daughter Lauren Chew, Founder of Completeats, a plant-based, vegan cookie, shares what it was like to leave her corporate job in solar energy to start a pre-packaged cookie company. With Lauren we also discuss the health benefits of a plant-based diet, what it looks like to scale your business and the importance of managing your thoughts and your time.

Duration:00:42:02

Secret Sauce 001: A Lesson on Instagram Inspired by a Trip to Waco

7/17/2019
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This episode is the first "Secret Sauce" episode from The Vendor's Daughter. Why is it a secret episode? There are no show notes, there are no links, it's pretty much unedited and was recorded from my phone's video function on a ride back from Waco. The idea behind the Secret Sauce episodes is to show more of a behind the scenes, less polished view into the life of The Vendor's Daughter. This episode is all about content creation for Instagram, and how you might now need to work as hard as...

Duration:00:19:47

TVD #040 Iliana Berkowitz on Growing a Fan Base and Weighing Opportunity Costs

7/15/2019
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In Episode 40 of The Vendor's Daughter we interview Iliana Berkowitz, Founder of As Kneaded Bakery in San Leandro Ca. In this episode Iliana shares how she started her bakery with pop ups, grew a fan base and then opened her bakery/storefront. We cover work life/balance, what doing something with excellence looks like, being confident in selling your product and what it looks like to seriously consider expert advice rather than the opinions of others around you.

Duration:00:58:46

TVD #039 Learning to Be Bold and Plan with Jennifer Calderon

7/8/2019
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In Episode #39 of The Vendor's Daughter Jennifer shares what it's like to super commute from Austin to San Francisco. And what she's learned to do (and not to do) in order to make the most of her time in each city.

Duration:00:21:29

TVD #037: 5 Relationship Tips Inspired by Season 2 Guests with Jennifer Calderon

2/12/2019
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In this episode we take a look at 4 former interviews to get our 5 relationship tips which include: use the 5 love languages as a way to love better, allow your spouse/significant other to speak truth in your life, make date night a priority, be kind and ask for help. Listen to full episode for bonus tip and visit www.thevendorsdaughter.com/episode37 for show notes

Duration:00:27:36

TVD #036: Accepting Criticism to Help Grow Your Personal and Professional Lives

2/5/2019
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In episode 36 of The Vendor's Daughter we talk all things criticism: why we need to embrace it, who we should accept it from and why we need to move on after it happens. Jennifer Calderon shares a recent personal experience with criticism and dives into the enneagram (she's a 3). For show notes visit www.thevendorsdaughter.com/episode36

Duration:00:10:35

TVD #035 Analyzing Your Books and Prioritizing Your Life with Leah Wiwczark of Awesome Bars

1/23/2019
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In Episode 35 of The Vendor's Daughter we interview Leah Wiwczaryk, Owner and Founder of Awesome Bars. In this episode Leah shares why it's important to prioritize your time, why a business is a beast, why you should beware of "marketing opportunities," and some other lessons she's learned as a small business owner. For more on Leah visit www.youcantfakeawesome.com For show notes visit www.thevendorsdaughter.com/episode35

Duration:00:58:59

TVD #033: How to Decide Which is the Right Side Hustle For You with Jennifer Calderon

1/15/2019
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In Episode 33 of The Vendor's Daughter, Jennifer Calderon asks you three questions that should help you determine which is the best side hustle for you (or at least which is not the right side hustle for you). Show notes can be found at thevendorsdaughter.com/episode33

Duration:00:13:33

TVD #034: Why We Are All Entrepreneurs with Jennifer Calderon

1/8/2019
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In Episode 34 of The Vendor's Daughter, Jennifer Calderon shares the formal definition of what an entrepreneur is and why we are all entrepreneurs. Jennifer also shares 7 tips to help you on your journey as a life entrepreneur. For more go to thevendorsdaughter.com/episode34

Duration:00:16:10

TVD #032: Starting the New Year with What is Essential with Jennifer Calderon

1/1/2019
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In Episode 32 of The Vendor's Daughter we share what Essentialism is based on the book by Greg McKeown. Learn how things like exploring, play and rest are vital components of life that ideally would be taught to us as children rather than adults. There is a free download of a children's book written by Jennifer Calderon attached to this episode at www.thevendorsdaughter.com/episode32

Duration:00:07:23

TVD #031: Work, Rest, Hygge, Repeat with Aistė Kesminaitė of Woolen Clogs

12/20/2018
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In Episode 31 Aiste Kesminaite, Owner of Woolen Clogs shares what it's like to leave a corporate job to go into business for yourself as well as: For full show notes visit www.thevendorsdaughter.com/episode31

Duration:00:52:39

TVD #030: Why It's Okay to Keep Your Passion Project a Side Hustle with Kirstie Lee of A Jar of Pickles

11/29/2018
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In Episode #030 of The Vendor's Daughter we interview Kirstie Lee founder of a Jar of Pickles, a minimalist, punny and adorable stationary line. In the interview Kirstie shares how she went from selling her cards on Etsy to having a booming side hustle, what it's like to maintain your 9 to 5 while also growing your own business and why she believes her career actually helps fuel her success in her side endeavors. For more on Kirstie visit ajarofpickles.com and for full show notes go to...

Duration:00:44:40