Today’s episode is a mini one about professionalism and why I want you to start breaking the rules.Read More
This week, we've got Sapphire Bates on the show. As a florist (The Flower Arranger) and the founder of The Coven, a tech support platform for female entrepreneurs and business owners, we talk about:Read More
Fifty episodes of laughs, inappropriate swears and a lot of the cold, hard truth around entrepreneurship. Fifty! How has that happened?! We’re so excited about what’s to come and we honestly can’t thank you enough for getting us here.
In a bid to practise what we preach and put inclusivity and accessibility at the forefront, we’re now going to publish transcripts for solo episodes on here (and hopefully, eventually, guest episodes). There’s room for everyone at the table.Read More
As creative entrepreneurs living in the digital age with the most effective marketing tool (social media) available at our fingertips, the pressure to put yourself out there is on.
A lot of my clients come to me with this feeling of dread-- a pressure to ‘perform’, to portray themselves and their brands in a good light. They worry that they’re going to come off badly and potentially harm their businesses/brands.
This is all of your inner critic's fine work.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve had many conversations with clients or members of the Space about setting sales targets for the year. Some say they have no clue where to start, others say they’re putting it off because quite frankly, they’re scared.
We’re our own bosses because we want a better life for ourselves. We want enough time to spend with family; we want to build a brand that makes a difference in the world; we want to earn enough to live our best life, but we get freaked out when it comes to working out our sales targets because we think we can’t. We think we're not going to reach those figures, or we think we’re not worth it. We say we don’t do it because it’s ‘boring’ but really, it’s because we’re scared of what we’re going to unearth. We don’t believe in ourselves enough to try. And that’s what I want to change.