Bold Broads highlights women founders and creative [read: BADASS] small business owners about how they really deal with the ups and downs of running a BOLD business. Meet Karen Young of Oui Shave, a beauty and fashion industry veteran with a history of building luxury brands.
It is amazing, and also a little scary, how often other people’s ideas seem to become our own. Many times we are told how we should be, who we should be, and how we should do it without it even being very obvious that it’s happening. But there are choices you can make, and perspectives that you can have, that can help you break away from what is “normal” and help you create your own values in your business and life.
It’s impossible to keep up. Every day I see countless articles about life hacking and personal development. There are never-ending itemized lists that outline things I must do throughout the day in order to be a fully-functioning and successful human being. According to most of these posts, it seems that if I continually optimize myself, I will run like a machine – living life at five-hundred percent, one-hundred percent of the time.
Bold Broads highlights women founders and creative [read: BADASS] small business owners about how they really deal with the ups and downs of running a BOLD business. Meet Hannah Pianko, co-founder of Kluk Pianko Law. Kluk Pianko Law represents companies and investors across a variety of industries, including software, technology, media, food and beverage, beauty, e-commerce and retail.
Working long hours with ever-changing schedules and to-do lists can make it seem impossible to find time to get our sweat on – not because we don’t want to but because it just doesn’t feel that urgent. Unfortunately, when we fall into a pattern of neglecting our bodies, we notice a decline in our physical fitness, strength and wellbeing, which often adversely affects how we feel about ourselves, our creativity and even our business productivity. It’s all connected.
I’ve never had a particular interest in or fondness for sales. It felt forced, aggressive, and at times, cheesy. The word “salesperson” would conjure images of tawdry used cars salesmen and bumptious, overly perfumed cosmetics associates. Prior to starting my company, it didn’t really hit me that we are all in sales, in a sense. We’re constantly pitching, influencing, negotiating, marketing. I had to change my attitude towards selling, in order to give my company a chance.
Bold Broads highlights women founders and creative [read: BADASS] small business owners about how they really deal with the ups and downs of running a BOLD business. Meet Liz Long, as a leader in the "maker's movement," she has worked with thousands of entrepreneurs to bring their product ideas to life.