059 – Build an empire off a single product – with Matcha Maiden’s Sarah Holloway

On this episode I catch up with the gorgeous girl behind Matcha Maiden tea brand Sarah Holloway. We chat about her “accidental” journey into the world of business and the importance of social media – particularly her delicious Instagram – in growing her thriving business. For the average entrepreneur,there is usually ambitions that assimilate to operating or even starting your own business, for Sarah the journey began quite differently and has become much more than she ever expected

024 – Facebook Like a Boss – with Bianca Van Meeuwen {Podcast}

This week I sat down with Facebook marketing goddess, Bianca Van Meeuwen as she simplified and demystified Facebook marketing for the soulful and passionate entrepreneurs amongst us.

023 – Get Interested in Pinterest and Grow Your Business – with Sarah Miller {Podcast}

Episode summary

 

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.

Get Started on Periscope

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.

011 – Authentic Reinvention with Amy Crawford of The Holistic Ingredient

In this interview with the wellness entrepreneur behind The Holistic Ingredient, Amy Crawford, she reflects on what it takes to thrive as a wellness entrepreneur. We talk about business models – and yes, it gets me excited – and about how Amy’s business model while it might look like a crap one, actually plays perfectly to her strengths from her corporate career. We talk about the current landscape and how she’s adapting her business to respond.