Trademarks, copyright, legal protection, LLC's, INC's Taxes, oh my! Owning a business as a creative entrepreneur can seem overwhelming if you don't have someone like attorney, Andrea Sager to break it down for you like she does on this podcast episode.
Whether you're thinking of working with a life coach or high performance coach, or any kind of coach, or you are looking to become a life coach, this episode is for you. Learn the 4 questions you should ask any coach BEFORE you work with them, and the 4 questions every coach should easily be able to answer for themselves.
Discover how former director turned “accidental entrepreneur,” Tirzah Shirai, founder and CEO of BlinkBar scaled to over $30 Million in less than five years by creating the "Starbucks of the lash industry.”
Kimberly Spencer shares why you must be on a campaign to share your business' WHY like a politician running for president, and an NLP communication tool to help you attract your tribe of ideal customers into your biz.
Kimberly shares her 4-month experiment of ditching her self-care routine in order to show up with greater self-compassion. Discover when or if, you need to make some changes to how you show up for yourself.
Kimberly interviews Social Media Strategist for coaches, Sarah Lorenz, on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and the future of social media, advertising, and how you, as an entrepreneur, can build your brand effectively.
In this episode, Kimberly Spencer dives into the perfectionist habits that can hold you back in marketing your business - especially when you hyper-edit yourself. Discover how to make your mess your message of service.
Ever ate sh*t? Whether it's a sh*tty failure or you just made a mistake, when you're creating anything, sh*t will happen. Learn the Universal law that dictates this and how to work through it with Kimberly Spencer.
In this episode, Kimberly Spencer interviews singer-songwriter, author, and founder of the Sexy Mama Movement, wife and mother of four, Luci Lampe on shame, doing it all, and following your vision. Listen now.
In this episode, Kimberly Spencer interviews business consultant, serial entrepreneur, and CEO of Raincatcher, Inc. which helps small business owners buy and sell their businesses, on the how, when, and why you should consider selling your business.
Kimberly interviews former corporate legal assistant turned digital executive assistant and work-from-home mompreneur, Rachel Everington. In this episode, you’ll learn Rachael’s 20-50-100 Productivity Rule for working from home with toddlers, how being a woman can be an asset for your business, and what to do when mom-guilt just doesn’t want to go away.
In this episode you’ll learn why you should make failure fun, how to incorporate being a princess into your business (without being in pageants), and the secret to becoming Wonder Woman and believing that you can do anything.