Today on the podcast I welcomed Peta Shulman, young and thriving entrepreneur behind the success of the Goodness Me Box, a healthy sampling subscription box business. Reaching a million dollars revenue in its first year, this girl and her boxes are on the rise!
You know her as the other half of #LadyBossChats but today I wanted to bring Elle on the show as a proper, bona fide guest (aka Katie has to shut up more).
I sat down with my business coach and new podcast intro voice talent, the beautiful Tash Corbin to chat. We talk about business, creating lean start-ups, what connected leveraged income looks like. This is great for wellness entrepreneurs who are looking to start up or fall back in love with their businesses again.
Today is a new episode in my podcast collaboration with my biz bestie, work wife & soul sister, Elle Roberts!
Elle is a creative business coach from Townsville & we met online (much less creepy than it sounds!), formed a mastermind together & have been doing little collaborations together for the last 6 months.
Today on the podcast I interview Sarah Miller, the brains behind Intuitive Digital Marketing about her business and all things Pinterest. If you don’t know how Pinterest works, or your previous efforts on the platform have fallen flat, this is the podcast for you, or you are like I was and you just don’t get it. Find out about what to pin, how to use the platform to drive sales, and how to become an avid pinner with very little effort.
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.
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.