The beautiful Erin Laishley is a wellness coach who works with women to balance their businesses and health goals. In this episode you’ll learn about why self-care needs to be the foundation of your business (rather than an afterthought), some tips on how to analyse your time, what group coaching is and who it’s for and more.
This week’s podcast guest, Adam Franklin, is the co-founder of Bluewire Media, plus an author, podcaster and speaker. He is passionate about marketing and especially the way in which marketing has evolved in the online world.
In this episode, we talk about the content strategy behind his business, how his podcast – Web Marketing That Works – fits in with the overall content marketing strategy of Bluewire and Adam’s top tips for aspiring podcasters.
Amanda Cook is the Wellpreneur – a wellness entrepreneur and a business coach to other wellness entrepreneurs – and one of my podcasting heroes. When I was planning my podcast about wellness entrepreneurs I looked around for anything else in the field and Amanda’s podcast was it! That’s a different story now but she’s still an absolute leader in the wellness field.
Have you ever been completely terrified of doing something, yet completely intrigued and certain deep inside you that it was the right thing to do? No rhyme or reason? Perhaps it’s how you felt about the business you started, or the first time you met the person you were to marry, or perhaps you’ve just…
It’s our third & final episode in the podcast miniseries Startup With Style. So much fun interviewing 3 amazing, new health coaches making their mark in the health and wellness industry! Today’s episode is with the gorgeous Leslie Thompson. We talk about starting out in business, putting yourself out there and meditation, to name just…
Second in our Startup with Style mini series is Ricki Vinci, a health and learning coach who has found her unique model of combining a background in medical science with
Ricki has combined her background in medical research with her skills as a health coach and her personal experience with health and wellness.
I have been so excited to share with you this mini-podcast series of episodes I lovingly call ‘Start-up with Style’. Candid interviews with wellness entrepreneurs who are in their start-up phase and are telling their start-up story as it happens. We rarely get to hear these stories – it’s usually successful entrepreneurs looking back through biased glasses at their early days of business. So, enjoy the generosity and honesty with which my guests open up!
There’s a new kid on the social media block, called Periscope, owned by Twitter. It’s a live streaming app, which at first glance may seem at best nothing new, at worst stupid. But before you declare it not on your list, I’d encourage you to consider how you might use it to connect uniquely and authentically to your community.
015 – Build a wildly successful superfood business and pitch on national TV for investment (and get it) with Kate Johansson of Koja Foods
Kate Johansson founded superfood company Koja out of her personal passion for wellness and whole foods – and a desire to get real foods back on the menu for Australian consumers. You may have seen her on Australia’s Shark Tank in 2015 and that bubbly personality comes shining through on the podcast today. Kate shares with absolute honesty her journey to starting Koja as a solopreneur – she shares her process, her successes and her failures. Kate’s interview today is a masterclass in persistence and momentum – you will get some of the best advice and inspiration for starting a wellness business today!