Episode #92: How to Run Your Business Your Way: Advice From 12 Business Owners

Today’s episode is an extra special one. This season I have interviewed 12 wonderful women, and I asked them all a bonus question that I didn’t include in the original episodes, about how they run a business based on who they are.

Episode #87: Working With Your Tendencies & Unique Needs as a Human With Kat Cuthbert

Today I’m chatting with Kat Cuthbert all about working with your own tendencies. Kat describes herself as a messy-brained planner, writer and mental health advocate who helps other messy-brained, imperfect humans find space to breathe in their work and life through online courses, workshops and workbooks. Her approach is rooted in gentle, realistic self-development and […]

5 Questions To Ask Yourself When Your Business Feels “Too Much”

As a business owner, do you ever feel uncertain, overwhelmed, confused? When I first started my first business, I was “winging it” for several years, regularly working until midnight, spending a long time answering emails (instead of doing the actual work), and I felt less than fulfilled with what I was doing.

#79: Accepting Our Self-Doubt, Letting Go of the Shoulds & Defining Success on Your Own Terms with Kelsey Mech

Today I’m chatting with Kelsey Mech, a clinical counsellor and trauma therapist, who is passionate about exploring the intersections between mental health and living a more intentional life. We talk about how anxiety and self-doubt show up in our creative work and businesses, being authentic and having boundaries, the societal expectations that impact our mental […]

#76: Why Raising Rates is Good for Mental Health with Fiona Thomas

Today I’m chatting with Fiona Thomas all about why raising rates is good for our mental health. We touch on what happens when we undercharge, why we undercharge, how to feel confident enough to charge more, and all the wonderful reasons why you (probably) should charge more.