In the last episode of this season, I share five simple ways you can challenge the fear that may be holding you back in your creative journey right now.
In this episode I share with you the lessons I've learned from seeing big-hearted creatives make things happen since starting my coaching business two years ago.
In this episode I share five reminders for any big-hearted creatives who are feeling a little uninspired, out of sync, or disconnected in their business right now.
In this episode I dive into five of the questions that my clients always ask me about creative living, including what to do when you're freaking out about money, how to market yourself without feeling icky, and more.
In this episode I share with you some of the things I see getting in the way of big-hearted living and working for creative business owners, and how we can move past them and live wholeheartedly instead.
In this episode I explore the difference between clarity and certainty as a creative business owner, and which one can serve us best along the way.
In this episode I share with you five mantras to help you choose a mindset of abundance over scarcity in your journey as a creative business owner.
My clients are always asking me for book recommendations in regards to specific struggles or experiences they’re having in their current season of their creative life, and these are the books that I always recommend them to dive deep into.
In this episode I re-introduce you to Make It Happen, recap the show so far, and share with you what you can expect from Season 4.
For the last episode of Season 3 I thought it would be fun to switch things up and for the first time ever on the show put me in the hot seat as the interview guest instead of being the interviewer. I have been asking some awesome creatives this season about how they make things happen in their business and I thought how better to end this season than answering those questions myself. And when I thought about who best to interview me I thought who better than my other half Alex, who is also the other half of this show too as behind the scenes he is the one editing and producing this show so it can actually be brought to life each week.
Season 4 will be here in early 2017, but until then thank you so much for listening to the show this season and I hope you enjoy this last episode!
In today’s episode I’m joined by the awesome Lucinda Burgess-Farwell. Lucinda is a creative VA and we had so much fun talking about her routine and business and how she makes things happen along the way. Lucinda has also had a really incredible business journey so far too and I’m so excited for you to hear more about it in today’s episode.
In this mini episode I walk you through some of the questions I ask my clients whenever they’re feeling unfulfilled, and lost, and stuck, and unsure of what steps to take next in their business and creative life. This episode is for you if you’re aching for a little more clarity and direction in your creative work and life right now.
In this episode I’m joined by Amy Kuretsky, a health coach for creatives and an acupuncturist and we talked all about how she makes things happen in her business. We also talked a little about what it means to your fuel your hustle and also what it looks like to listen to your intuition as a business owner. I love the work Amy is doing in the world and this is a great episode for any business owners looking to run their business in a healthier, more intuitive way.
Today’s mini episode is all about how to keep your dream job just that little bit dreamy by adding some joy back into your daily grind. If you’re struggling with your business leaving you feeling bored, overwhelmed, drained, or uninspired, this is the episode for you.
In this episode I’m joined by the awesome Amy Young, who is a life coach and video blogger and we talked all about how she makes things happen in her business. So much more than just that though, we also explored our thoughts on routines, motivation, and some of the lessons we’ve learned in our business so far along the way.
Today’s episode is for any creatives who would rather spend less time online and more time doing the work they’re inspired to do and living their life too. I share some of the steps that have helped me to run an online business without having to completely lose myself to the internet along the way.
In this episode of Make It Happen I’m joined by the awesome Paige Poppe and we talk all about how she makes things happen in her business. Paige is a painter, illustrator, and designer and we have a great chat all about her routine, where she finds joy in her business, and how she does things on her own terms along the way.
In this mini episode I share with you a story I used to tell myself that almost stopped me from starting my creative business. If there’s a story you’re telling yourself right now that’s holding you back in your journey, this is the episode for you.
In this episode I’m joined by product photographer and stylist Holly Booth to talk all about how she makes things happen in her business. We have an absolute blast talking morning routines, managing emails, navigating stress, and so much more.
In this mini episode I’m sharing with you some of the biggest lessons I’ve learned so far in my journey of building and running a lifestyle business. If you’re ready to run your business on your own terms and live your creative life by your own rules, this is the episode for you.