Bold Company Episode 10 – Amy Eaton

Bold Company Episode 10 – Amy Eaton

Bold Company – Episode 10

featuring Amy Eaton

Show Notes

It’s the season finale of Bold Company, and in this episode I’m sharing my own transformation with my bold listeners. As a photographer, I’m embarking on a personal journey to unblock my creativity, which has been buried deep for a long time.

I’m also making some major shifts in the way I do business. I’m moving away from the status quo of online marketing (the “sales funnel”, ie, more people = more money), and focusing on creating a new business model that is based on building a community and genuinely connecting with the people in my community.

Listen now to hear just how I plan to make the shift, and how each guest from this season helped inspire me to make this bold move in my own business.

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Bold Company Episode 9 – Zach Spuckler

Bold Company Episode 9 – Zach Spuckler

Bold Company – Episode 9

featuring Zach Spuckler

Show Notes

In this episode, I’m talking with Zach Spuckler who career has been characterized by “zigging when everyone else is zagging”.

Zach’s success has been built on bold moves – like walking away from his 7-figure business as a course creator to start a new endeavour as a Facebook ads agency. At a time when all the experts were pushing a “one-to-many” approach to business, Zach flipped his business to a one-to-one service-based model, because that’s the way he wanted to work with people.

Zach’s story is one of trusting in yourself, your instincts, and not following the money, but knowing that the money will follow you.

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Bold Company Episode 8 – Mai-Kee Tsang

Bold Company Episode 8 – Mai-Kee Tsang

Bold Company – Episode 8

featuring Mai-Kee Tsang

Show Notes

In episode eight of Bold Company, I’m speaking with my friend Mai-Kee Tsang. Mai-Kee’s road to entrepreneurship was paved with tremendous challenges. Everything, from her upbringing as a “good little Asian” child to a horrendously abusive relationship as a young adult, Mai-Kee was essentially trained to be obedient, and live a safe, conventional life. But her brave, warrior-woman spirit fought hard to change her story, and she HAS.

Mai-Kee’s story is one of vulnerability, honesty, and overcoming significant adversity to live the life she was called for, and deserves. This interview is an absolute must-listen for anyone trying to grow a business and live a better life. 

A special thank you to Mai-Kee for her brave vulnerability when speaking with me on Bold Company. Her story will no doubt inspire so many others on their own difficult paths to a better life.

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Bold Company Episode 7 – Kenney Fitzpatrick

Bold Company Episode 7 – Kenney Fitzpatrick

Bold Company – Episode 7

featuring Kenney Fitzpatrick

Show Notes

In this episode of Bold Company, I’m chatting with my good friend, Kenney Fitzpatrick.

Kenney recognized a lack of representation for music artists in the LGBTQ+ community and made it his mission to showcase the wide variety of talent in the queer community, through his podcast, music charts, playlists, YouTube channel, and more.

Kenney has provided a platform for queer music artists to be heard, seen, and loved by music fans across the globe, and his project continues to grow by leaps and bounds.

His commitment to bringing inclusivity to the music community is incredible, and highlights the profound impact we can make in our businesses when we make it our mission to do so.

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Bold Company Episode 6 – Emily Arbour

Bold Company Episode 6 – Emily Arbour

Bold Company – Episode 6

featuring Emily Arbour

Show Notes

It’s episode six of Bold Company, and I’m chatting with my good friend and fellow entrepreneur, Emily Arbour. Emily is a business powerhouse, and a huge player in the Canadian handmade business scene.

Emily works for Etsy Canada, has her own retail shop where she sells only handmade goods, created and facilitates her Cheerfully Made craft shows in the Ottawa area (10 years running), and even was a maker herself before selling her handmade business, a line of soy candles.

Oh, and she also created and launched a digital course teaching makers how to sell wholesale. Yeah. You could say she knows a thing or two about business.

In this interview, we chat about the evolution of business, managing businesses during COVID-19, and so, so much more.

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Bold Company Episode 5 – Jami King

Bold Company Episode 5 – Jami King

Bold Company – Episode 5

featuring Jami King

Show Notes

In this episode, Jami King and I talk about all about building businesses when it feel like the most impossible thing to do, and why you just have to keep going.

Jami’s top priority when it comes to running her business is serving her community. It steers her ship, and is always what she comes back to when making decisions about her business.

Come spend an hour with us, and discover just how many businesses Jami actually started before landing on her “one”, and let her madly inspire you in your own journey.

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