In this episode Cheryl Davies tells us her inspiration story about how she got Cancer and decided to start her own gifting business, and how it changed her life. She shares her top tips on how to go above and beyond for your customer.
In this episode me and Nikita Dixon talk about returning to business as a children's activity provider after covid. Nikita is the founder of Story Sense and tells us how she has pivoted her business during covid and how she is returning back to her classes.
Social media has been one of the best tools for me when it comes to creating more sales, in this episode I go through my top tips.
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In this episode Jenny Guertin founder of Sharkie&Bear talks about why she decided to launch a brand new business in lockdown, and why she thinks, that you should just launch a business now if you want to!
In this episode Charlie talks about why she thinks it's so important to learn to love the hustle, and enjoy every second of the process. Being a small business owner isn't easy, but it is so worth it, enjoy every second.
In this episode I interview Jonathan Self, a portrait photographer who talks to us about the importance of mindfulness not only as a business owner but anyone trying to navigate this tough time. Jonathan also shares his passion about networking to grow your business.
Susan Jayne runs Dorothy Loves and in this episode she chats to us about why you should take every single opportunity that comes your way.
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During this episode Charlie talks about identifying your ideal customer. If you know who your ideal customer is, where they can be found and how to get in front of them you are onto a winner.
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10.) From Post Natal Depression to running your own business. Here is Emma Millward’s inspirational story.
In this episode Emma Millward tells her story of how she went from having post natal depression to running her own business. With four children who she home educates, Emma took the brave step to launch her own Basking Babies franchise, in this episode she shares her story.