Making It Podcourse – Week 2 – MONEY

Making It Podcourse – Week 2 – MONEY

Welcome to the Making It Podcourse!
It’s back! Those of you who are long-time listeners to the show may remember the original Making It Podcourse I ran in July 2018.

Well, I’ve re-organised the lessons, and am bringing this free course to you again in September 2019 – but this time, in weekly chunks.

Each episode will be approximately an hour long, packed full of lessons.

Today is the second week of the course, and in it, I take you on a money journey – helping you figure out your money story, clarifying what you can expect out of your business in the early days, addressing the ‘what should I charge’ question, clarifying profit, and much more.

In September I’ll be releasing an episode once per week, via the Create & Thrive Podcast – on the topics of mindset, money, marketing, and business management.

Making It Podcourse – Week 2 – MONEY

Making It Podcourse – Week 1 – MINDSET

Welcome to the Making It Podcourse!
It’s back! Those of you who are long-time listeners to the show may remember the original Making It Podcourse I ran in July 2018.

Well, I’ve re-organised the lessons, and am bringing this free course to you again in September 2019 – but this time, in weekly chunks. 

Each episode will be approximately an hour long, packed full of lessons.

Today is the first week of the course, and in it, I tell you what to expect, as well as sharing a little bit of my own story for those of you who don’t know me.

Over the next four weeks, I’ll be releasing an episode once per week, via the Create & Thrive Podcast – on the topics of mindset, money, marketing, and business management.

I’ve created this FREE course specifically for makers – those who create handmade goods to sell.
To create this course, I’ve drawn on my 10 years of experience running my own successful handmade business, coupled with over 6 years of teaching other makers about handmade business right here at Create & Thrive.

I wanted to create something that was actionable and practical for all makers, no matter what stage of business you are at: and that would allow you to dig deep into 4 key aspects of the crafty biz journey.

I hope it helps your handmade business to thrive!

If you want to take your learning to the next level, the course conversation is happening daily over in my private membership community for makers – the Thriver Circle.

You can find out more about the oodles of benefits of membership right here. Membership will open on September 16th, 2019.

[203] Emails that Get Attention with Katie Salmon

[203] Emails that Get Attention with Katie Salmon

You’ve heard you should be using email to market your handmade business – but how do you get people to open – and act on – your emails?
My guest on this episode – Katie Salmon – is a self-proclaimed marketing geek and spends her days dreaming about how to help business owners sell more stuff. Since 2016, she’s been serving clients through her boutique marketing agency Katie Does Marketing, where she has helped shop owners turn email marketing into a lucrative sales channel.

But Katie knows that not all businesses are ready to outsource their marketing, so this year, she co-founded Shop Pop, a one-stop resource center with marketing education and templates. Through Shop Pop, Katie hopes to help shop owners get the skills and confidence they need to do better their marketing in less time.

The 5 Qualities Successful Business Owners Share {YouTube}

The 5 Qualities Successful Business Owners Share {YouTube}

There are so many things to consider when you’re growing a business. But today, I’m not talking about things that you ‘do’ – I’m talking about qualities you embody. I think sometimes people fail not because they’re doing the wrong things… but because they’ve got an...

[201] Heidi Luerra and the Work of Art

[201] Heidi Luerra and the Work of Art

You know I’m all about no-nonsense advice about growing a creative business – and my guest today is aaaaall about that.
Heidi Luerra is the founder and force behind RAW artist showcases, which she founded in LA 10 years ago.

She’s also the author of the upcoming book The Work of Art: A No-Nonsense Field Guide for Creative Entrepreneurs.

In this interview, she describes how RAW came to be (and her background as a fashion designer); how she’s grown it into a global organisation; and she shares some tips from her book on how you can be more successful as a creative entrepreneur.

[200] An Interview with Jess’ Husband Nick – His Side of the Creative Journey

[200] An Interview with Jess’ Husband Nick – His Side of the Creative Journey

Have you ever wanted to hear the other side of the story?
What’s it like to be the partner of a creative entrepreneur?

What’s it like working full-time with your spouse in your business?

Who does the washing? (Spoiler: not Jess.)

We answer all these questions and more in this special, 200th episode of the Create & Thrive Podcast, where I interview my husband and right-hand-man, Nick Bianchi, on the show!

I did a call-out for questions… and boy, did you all deliver! So I asked, he answered, and we bantered about our experience working together and sharing all aspects of our lives over the last decade – since before Epheriell even began.

We had a lot of fun recording this, so I hope you enjoy listening to Nick’s experiences, and this glimpse ‘behind the curtain’ of a self-employed couple.

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