Today’s episode is a conversation on grief, with former commercial lawyer turned small business owner Ingrid Fernandez. Ingrid shared so beautifully about her own experience of grief, why she wants to talk about this more, the importance of being ok with not being ok, connecting with each other in the hardest of times, and tips for supporting loved ones through grief and loss. Continue reading
The episode I’m sharing with you today is incredibly relevant right now. In fact, I’d say that journalling has been my best tool to cope with, adapt to, and positively respond to all of the changes that have been happening over the past few months. But if it doesn’t work for you, don’t let it be another thing to add to your to do list. Take what does work for you and leave the rest. Continue reading
Today I’m chatting to expert community builder for Quiet Revolutionaries, Eli Trier. We had a wonderful conversation all about how the online business world is changing.
It's an unprecedented and uncertain time for all of us right now, with the covid-19 pandemic happening around the world, so how should we navigate it? Here are my thoughts.
As I release this, on March 26th 2020, the schools and nurseries are currently closed, the UK has been placed on lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus, and I decided it wasn’t time to release the solo episodes I had planned. So instead, I’m re-releasing an episode from last year, all about those times when you have nothing to say, and when you’re not getting much done.
Today’s episode is on something I’ve been wanting to talk about for a while: all things woo! I’m speaking to experienced business owner Jane Lindsay, who helps people connect with the life they want through her popular membership community Snapdragon Studio.