This is Fempreneur Secrets, where Business Secrets are Revealed. With your host & brand strategist, Huda and notable women entrepreneurs, you will learn about branding, marketing and business strategies from the perspective of women entrepreneurs.
It's not easy to start a business, but when you believe in yourself, you have all the hope in the world to be successful. In this episode, we spoke with Melanie Johnsson, a celebrity graphic designer and illustrator. She shares her journey and how it has helped shape her to be who she is today.
"If you try anything so hard with the right why, you can accomplish it" — Sara Foote. In this episode, we have Sara Foote, a certified dietitian share with us the importance of eating right to be better functioning Fempreneurs. If you think diet soda helps you stay healthy, it might not be the case all the time. Listen to this episode as Sara shares her entrepreneur journey and all about intuitive eating.
In the previous episode, I shared with you the importance of networking and how it has helped me gain 60% of my total business revenue. In today’s episode, I want to focus on The Secret to Building Strong Networks.
You've probably heard that Your Vibe Attracts Your Tribe. When networking, that's exactly what you need to look out for: vibe. But do you have what else can happen when you network for your business? In this episode, I'll share with you the 4 main reasons why networking is so valuable for you and your business.
In the last episode, we talked about managing your time better. In today's episode, we share the 3 ways you can systemise your business for growth. You'll need to refer to the show notes here for the full understanding of today's episode.
We know that managing your time can be a challenge, especially when you're just starting out in your business. In this episode, I cover the 5 Healthy Habits to Manage Your Time better for business success.
In this interview with Jamie Nonis, I had an interesting insight into how you can be the captain of your industry simply by following your dreams. Especially if you're a creative entrepreneur, this episode is perfect for you.
It's not easy to differentiate sponsorship and collaboration, especially since it's not being used correctly today. With a strong reliance on social media, you'd probably encountered being asked for sponsorship or collaboration. How can you tell the difference, and which is best for your business? In this episode, I break down the truths and reality of sponsorships & collaborations so you won't have to doubt them in the future.
Female entrepreneurs are probably the busiest group of entrepreneurs because of the amount of responsibilities we have in business AND in personal lives. The question now is how can we effectively organize time for our business?
In this episode, I share my 5 secrets to organize your time for your business!
The only way to know if there's demand for your business idea is to test it out. Placing your product or service to your target customers or clients will really help you determine if you should continue or tweak your idea. This concept is a favoured one amongst many startups because you wouldn't be wasting resources working on something that nobody wants. Listen to this episode as I share with you the exact steps I took to beta test my handmade stationery business and our signature service.
At an early stage of your business, a lot of experts recommend bootstrapping your business. But, I want to focus your attention on this possibility: you can also bootstrap your business WHILE raising capital to START your business. Imagine that! This gives you ample opportunity to start your business earlier. While this isn't exactly an episode on raising capital, bootstrapping helps you manage your business finances effectively while you're starting. Listen in because this is a great business strategy to h
In this part number 3 out of 5-part series on Raising Capital, we reaffirm the notion of raising capital without loans. Believe it or not, living for less truly helps you raise short-term business capital for your small business — especially when you're building it as you're planning to leave your full-time job. I can't wait for you to listen to this episode!
In this second part of the 5-part series on Raising Capital, I wanted to focus on how changing your lifestyle can help you to raise capital for your business. It's a simple tweak in your life that can help you push your savings into your capital pool. This episode talks about the exact step I took to raise capital for the 3 businesses I've started. I can't wait for you to tune in to this interesting episode here.
This is a really interesting episode because we talk about how much capital to raise and where to keep the money in. I've also included a fun sheet for you to follow through, which you can get from The Secret Vault. I can't wait for you to tune in to this episode.
In this episode, we’re going to be talking about the one thing business people avoid — failure. There's a personal backstory on my one business failure never shared before anywhere else publicly. Here’s 5 Ways Failure Has Helped In Business
Brain Dump is an interesting exercise that I have been practising for awhile now. It helped me develop 21 Revenue Generating Business Ideas in under 2 hours. Tune in to find out how to exercise brain dump on your own too.