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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 #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

TVD #029: Learning as You Go with Nicole Spear of Metta Good

11/1/2018
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In Episode 29 we interview Nicole Spear, founder of Metta Good, a lip balm that is good for your body and good for the planet. In this episode Nicole shares what it was like to work on perfecting her product for two years before launching it, how she had to teach herself as she grew the company and why it's important to use meditation as a tool and intuition as a guide. For more details visit www.thevendorsdaughter.com/episode29 or www.mettagood.com

Duration:00:51:46

TVD #028: 2018 Holiday Gift Guide Inspired by Season 2 Guests

10/30/2018
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In this episode of The Vendor's Daughter we talk about all things 2018 Gift Giving: how the holidays are coming on too quickly, how finding the perfect gift can be hard, but it doesn't have to be. This episode features: mettagood.com practicallymagiccompany.com drinkmosswood.com For full show notes and more gift giving inspiration visit: www.thevendorsdaughter.com/episode28

Duration:00:18:51

TVD #027: Growing at Your Own Pace, Adjusting Your Timeline and Giving Your Spouse Space with Therese Agnew

9/28/2018
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Therese Agnew is Co-Founder of Mosswood Spirits, a distillery based in Berkeley California that specializes in rectifying whiskey and rum. Therese started Mosswood with her husband and together they are growing the business and dreaming of the future. For show notes visit www.thevendorsdaughter.com/episode27 and for more on Mosswood visit www.drinkmosswood.com

Duration:00:50:17

TVD #026: Letting Go of What No Longer Serves You with Jennifer Calderon

9/20/2018
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In Episode 26 of The Vendor's Daughter we talk about letting go of the things, people, thoughts and feelings that no longer serve your life. For full show notes visit www.thevendorsdaughter.com/episode26

Duration:00:14:52

TVD #025: Advice on Creating Training Programs with Jennifer Calderon

9/13/2018
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In this episode of The Vendor's Daughter we discuss some tips on creating training programs and Jennifer shares what she believes is the greatest tool in creating a success program. Show notes can be found at www.thevendorsdaughter.com/episode25

Duration:00:10:08

TVD #023: You Were Made Specifically - Advice on Hiring

9/5/2018
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In Episode 23 we discuss what it means to lean in to your strengths and what it looks like to hire well. With a special clip from our interview with Kim Hanks, CEO and Co-Founder of Whim Hospitality, we look at what it means to trust others to help grow your business and give 4 tips to consider when hiring your next employee. Show notes can be found at www.thevendorsdaughter.com/hiringtips

Duration:00:09:02

TVD #022: Becoming a CEO and Learning to Give Yourself Grace with Kim Hanks of Whim Hospitality

8/30/2018
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In Episode 22 of The Vendor's Daughter, Kim Hanks, Co-Founder and CEO of Whim Hospitality shares what it's been like to grow into the role of CEO. She also shares: You can find show notes at thevendorsdaughter.com/camplucy And you can find out more about Kim and whimhospitality.com

Duration:01:12:57

TVD #021: Making Sanctuary with Jena Farid of Ro and Westing

7/26/2018
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In Episode 21 of The Vendor's Daughter, Jena Farid shares the importance of making sanctuary in your home and in your life. Jena opens up about what it looks like to overcome the insecurities that come with starting a business in an industry you did not go to school for, what it looks like to accept the gifts you've been given and what it means to put your creator and your family above all else.

Duration:01:11:34

TVD #020: Learning to Rest Not Quit with Jennifer Calderon

7/17/2018
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In episode 20 Jennifer Calderon shares a few changes being made to the podcast as well as what it means to learn to rest when you feel like quitting. Show notes can be found at www.thevendorsdaughter.com/restdontquit Follow @thevendorsdaughter on instagram

Duration:00:12:24

TVD #019: Learning How to Let Go to Create Balance with Missy Adiego of Haverton Hill Creamery

6/28/2018
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In episode 19 of the Vendor's Daughter, we interview Missy Adiego of Haverton Hill Creamery, a creamery in Northern California that specializes in Sheep's milk ice cream, butter and ice cream. In this interview Missy shares what it was like to move their creamery all while renovating their 82 year old farm house and raising three daughters. For full show notes visit thevendorsdaugther.com/havertonhill and for more on Missy and Haverton Hill Creamery visit havertoncreamery.com

Duration:01:00:10

TVD #017: Growing a Business by Staying Focused on Your Why with Rip Pruisken of Rip Van

6/21/2018
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In Episode 17 of The Vendor's Daughter we interview Rip Pruisken of Rip Van, a company most known for their cookie, the Rip Van Wafel. Rip along with the company's co-founder Marco De Leon started Rip Van out of their college dorm. Dedicated to their cause of changing the way Americans consume their on-the-go snacks, Rip Van is continually improving their recipe and is getting ready to launch a new product line. In this episode, Rip discusses what it's like to grow a business by staying...

Duration:00:28:33