This month, I catch up with an old friend of the show, Steven Barrie. We chat about his most recent creative pursuits, including his effort to get a book published by entering a contest on a unique Kickstarter-like website called Inkshares.
This episode I interview Emily May of Go Haus Go. We discuss how she transformed an impulse decision to buy a small home into a thriving side hustle that scratches her creative itch.
This week I chat with Michelle Duncan-Wilson, the creator of Soul Work for Moms. We talk about her story of starting her own business and teaching herself how to start and host a podcast.
The Soul Work For Moms Podcast discusses ways to grow and evolve through the realities of mothering. The show includes practical tips from expert guests, and the opportunity to connect with real-life moms as they share their struggles and strengths.
Have you ever felt like you can't quite fix the problem of work/life balance? This week, I debrief my interview with Seth Schaeffer, the founder of Hoptocopter Films. Seth shared a lot of great advice, but what stood out to me was the way that he approaches the issue of work/life balance. It's not a problem to solve -- it's a tension to manage. There is no wrong way to manage that tension, as long as you're being authentic and intentional about it.
This week I chat with Seth Schaeffer about starting Hoptocopter™ Films, balancing work and family, and even wardrobe choices. Seth shares some great lessons about finding your niche, hiring talented people to work with you, and defining success on your own terms.