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Over the years I’ve developed a system of capturing and organising ideas, information and appointments/tasks that works for me, a fully-self-employed woman who runs 2 businesses (and is part of a third).
The key? Stuff needs to be written down, and everything needs a specific home, so nothing gets lost or forgotten.
In today’s podcast/video, I’m going to share the exact system and tools (apps, etc.) that I use to stay organised, on-task, and keep everything running smoothly.
Is it possible? Short answer – yes, absolutely!
This video/podcast is my longer answer 😉
Today, I’m going to share 9 ways to have a successful handmade business WITHOUT having to use or rely on social media to market your biz.
Combining some or all of the strategies I mention will help – the more ways you can get your work out there, the better.
Think you'd be a great fit for the show?
I’m always looking for new guests to interview on the podcast!
If you are a maker with a successful, profitable business, or, you have something to teach that will help handmade businesses, specifically, I’d love to hear from you.