This week’s flawsome entrepreneur on the podcast is Deborah Fryer, a Spiritual Business Coach dedicated to helping entrepreneurs build businesses without selling their souls or working a gazillion hours. She shares how you can be spiritual in your business and still make money, and how she overcame her fear of visibility on video.
Anita and Erin discuss owning and including your personality, quirks, and beliefs in your content to attract the right clients and repel the wrong ones. They also discuss Anita’s new website and how Erin’s copywriting is a major component of that.
This week’s #flawsome entrepreneur on the podcast is Corinne Boudreau, owner of Online Legal Essentials. She has used social media to grow her law firm and online business by incorporating humour, fun activities, and relatable stories. You don’t want to miss the crazy stories she shares!
In this week’s episode, Anita invites Kelly to speak about her business, A Sorted Affair. She is an organizer that is relaxed, practical, and filled with humour in helping with home or advanced planning. Find out why Anita wants you to #BeLikeKelly!
Sarah Khan shares her journey from being an employee with a side hustle to becoming full-time in her business as an Operations Strategist, and how she has built an online community by showing her true, authentic self on social media.
Anita has a captivating conversation with the owner of Penelope’s Boutique in Halifax, Penny MacAuley. Her love of vintage clothing is evident in her stories, and she is committed to being flawsome as she runs her (now online) business. Learn how she is using social media to attract customers!
In this first ever podcast episode, Anita and Ann-Marie have an inspirational conversation about what it means to be perfectly imperfect.