In this episode founder and CEO of Blog Society, Jaclyn Carlson, shares her secrets to help you fall in love with marketing and market your business fearlessly.
We dig into everything from storytelling and community building, to social media strategy and how to start marketing your business if it’s feeling scary or hard.
We also explore the magic of support networks, self-care and the big shifts that happen when you start your own business. Plus Jac shares the tools she’s used to ditch fear, frustration and comparison, how she’s built an incredibly engaged community, and why you don’t have to follow the crowd to kick butt in business.
Jac is an incredible woman and she’s shared so many juicy pieces of wisdom in this episode. I have to admit, I found myself writing notes about how to market my business when I listened back to this episode, so I just know you're going to love it!
For links and resources from the episode visit: https://www.sarahjensen.com.au/marketing-with-jaclyn-carlson-from-blog-society/
Today I’m talking with the amazing Anna Dower. Anna is chief boss lady at Design with Style, a graphic design boutique for female entrepreneurs, she’s the founder of the super successful ROOOAR magazine which is a quarterly e-magazine for girl bosses in business and she runs an online hub for graphic designers starting their own business called The Creative Circle.
Anna shares her tips to help you capture the attention of your ideal clients through design, how to make your business voice visual and why creating an emotional connection with your audience is so important.
We’re talking about ditching perfection in favour of getting it done, why knowing who you’re not for is just as important as understanding your ideal client, why you’re not limited by your budget and how to get help before you can afford it.
Plus, Anna shares why you won’t find the answer you’re looking for in a book, why your intuition is key and why you’re doing so much better than you think you are.
This is such a fun episode and it’s chock full of fantastic tips to help you build a business you love, that’s aligned with you and your mission. I hope you enjoy it.
Today I’m talking with the beautiful, Christina Butcher of Hair Romance.
Christina’s a super successful blogger and business woman who runs not one, but three amazing businesses.
She’s the Hair behind Hair Romance, has a fantastic travel and lifestyle blog with her husband Jim called Mr and Mrs Romance and she’s co-creator of the Little Blog Big workshop series with the gorgeous Carly Jacobs of Smaggle.
Today we’re talking about creating community, building an audience and growing your social media presence plus Christina shares her tip for kicking procrastination in the pants.
She shares how having a routine can actually increase your creativity and how setting boundaries and looking after herself have helped her become even more productive.
We’re also talking about why ditching the day job doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll get more done in your business and the fact that you can do everything, you just can’t do it all at once.
Christina’s shared some really fantastic tips today to help you stay balanced while you build your blog or business plus some really simple things you can do to stay focused and up your productivity. I’m so excited to talk with her today and I just know you’re going to love it.
Today I'm talking with writer and writing coach Mandi Kontos from Dreaming Fully Awake.
We’re talking about building a writing practise that works for you, silencing your inner critic and what to do when you really want to write but the ideas just won’t come.
Mandi talks about how a good writing coach and editor can help you shape your work and grow your confidence and we talk about why its ok to dabble until you find your sweet spot, in writing and in life.
We’re also getting a bit deep on the podcast today. Mandi talks about the death of her father and how it’s shifted not only her writing and her business but also her life and I'm opening up about one of the low points in my life and how it’s helped me become the person I am today. Plus we share why sometimes the bravest thing you can do is just reach out and ask for help.
It's a mix of practical and personal on the episode today. We’re talking really honestly about some of our struggles and how they’ve shaped us but we’re also sharing some great tips on how you can fuel your creativity, reconnect with your passion and go your own way. I hope you love it.