Email marketing is my biggest business asset, and I’m OK with the fact that I keep repeating that, because it’s been such a key part of my online success. And it’s not about building a large email list either – you simply need a responsive one.
Today’s chat is with Eloise, who is just the perfect example of running a business that completely revolves around what matters to you. In this interview we discuss why her peaceful parenting blog, coaching and community is so important to her, how she hopes it can change the world (and not just for the parents she works with), how she sets boundaries around her work when it’s so closely tied into her family life, and the importance of kindness and non-judgement in everything she does. Whether you’re a parent or not, I think you’ll find Eloise’s story really interesting.
My latest podcast guest is Kat Nicholls. She’s been writing and blogging for a while and has just launched her self-worth coaching services. She’s super-honest about her mental health journey – we don’t get into too many details, but Kat does mention her eating disorder and anxiety, so this episode comes with a trigger warning.
I can’t quite believe it, but this August marked a decade since I registered as self-employed! It hasn’t always been easy, but I’m so proud of what I’ve achieved. Here’s a quick look at how my online business has changed since I started in 2008…
In my first solo episode on Creatively Human, I talk about my journey for the last 10 years since I first went self-employed.
My latest podcast guest is Rabya Lomas, who I chatted to about her playful living philosophy and creative inspiration. We also spoke about cutting yourself some slack, and staying safe when you share your life online.