Toni Brown is one amazing female entrepreneur with so many stories to share! Our powerful conversation takes you on a journey to learn the importance of delegating within your wellness biz and how knowing what you want (and WHY you want it!) will prove to be the foundation for your holistic practice. Toni also shares her view of why balance is so critical for any business owner, and finally, her best piece of advice….tune in to hear it!
Claire Archer took the leap from corporate just two years ago and is on a mission to help women using a holistic approach to fitness and nutrition. Claire discusses the importance of establishing a support network of fellow entrepreneurs and mentors, how intuition plays a role in her business success and the challenges of putting yourself out there in social media platforms.
Yasmin Vorajee of Tiny Time BIG Results shares her entrepreneurial story about the importance of courage, persistence and investing in yourself as a business owner. She also shares her #1 secret to success: understanding the market you serve. Best of all? Our discussion about how major life events can potentially derail your business if you let them and the importance of having a structure in place to support you during these difficult times.
I can’t wait for you to hear my interview this week with Maureen Feeney! She is seriously a ROCKSTAR and built a six figure acupuncture practice in just one year. Yes, I said ONE YEAR! Maureen is sharing her thoughts on the importance of networking in the early stages of your business, how orchestrating a WOW client experience has delivered results in her practice and so very much more!
This week you will hear from Brett Dorrian! She is a seasoned female entrepreneur with LOTS of valuable business advice for your wellness biz! Brett shares insights on the importance of self-care, setting boundaries and overcoming the fear of failure. She talks all about the importance of people and the role they play in your success as well as my favorite topic, celebrating the WINS big and small. Although she is not a practitioner, her advice is spot on!