Running a business in this digital age has made things easier for us. However, the ever changing algorithms of Instagram has made it difficult for business owners to reach their audience. Today we're sharing a few tips on how to organically grow your instagram following by making genuine connections, being your authentic self, and reaching your target clients.
In this weeks podcast the girls laugh, cry, talk about business and mom life with this weeks' guest Melissa, the creator of Josiah and Co. Josiah+co. started out of a desire to share our story of multiple pregnancy loss, and to encourage others to not grieve alone.
and thanks again to are guest this week josiah and co
credit: in case you missed it The wonderful host our Ashley, Megan and Sydney
Thanks to Tayne for the edit
and thanks again to our guest this week melissa from josiah and co https://josiahandco.ca/
where else to find us
this n that design co: https://www.etsy.com/ca/people/ThisNThatDesignCo
we also have a Instagram @selfmadelifepod
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As a creative entrepreneur and maker, navigating the market scene can be tough and intimidating. We walk you through some tips and advice to help you get started, up your game, and share our own experiences.
On today's episode, we sat down with Linda Kelly from Dollop Bakery to learn more about her and her home based bakery business. From unique flavours, branding herself with the cutest miniature deserts, and what is involved in becoming a licensed home kitchen in Burlington, Ontario. www.dollopbakery.com/
Finding your tribe of boss babes is so important when you are an entrepreneur. We sat down to chat with local boss babe Emma from Simple Girl Canada. Her contagious laugh, positivity and message of empowerment drew us in and she is pretty much one of the sweetest humans we know. Grade 2 teacher by day and girl boss by night, this girl is making some serious waves in the community! Check her out on social media at @simplegirlcanda and online at simplegirl.ca . Use the promocode simplysydney10 or simplyashley10 for 10% off your first purchase! Trust us -- you will LIVE in those sweaters.
Running a business is hard! There are so many things to consider when opening and operating your business including the financial side. On today's episode, we're chatting with Jessie Manuel from The Boost Up Bookkeeping. Jessie helps explain and answer some of your questions when it comes to bookkeeping, important and best practice financial advise for running your business, and touches on key details that we need to consider to be compliant with the CRA. This episode is specifically geared to business owners in Ontario, Canada. This is not by any means legal advice. Please contact your certified professional bookkeepers, CPA, accountants and lawyers in your specific area.
No matter what business you run -- you are likely wearing all the hats and juggling all the things in your business. On today's episode we talk about batch working and how it saves us all time in each of our own businesses. From creating handmade products, to batch editing content for clients and social media, to time blocking for a productive day. We're also answering some Q & A's from you guys -- our listeners!
Starting a business and being your own boss is hard. There are so many steps along the way. We're here to share our own experience about starting a business all while giving you tips and advice on how to start your own business or sharing ways to streamline your process. We're also answering some Q & A's from our recent instagram poll.
The Self Made Life is a podcast for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs. We're here to inspire small, local and creative businesses along their journey to success. We'll give you a behind the scenes look at your favourite local businesses and what it's like to be Self Made.