Building a business to support your life instead of living to build a business
Love this podcast!
Love this podcast!
Diane is such a good interviewer and makes every episode so jam packed with info but also FUN to listen to!
If you’re burned out on biz- listen to this show🙌🏻
I love Diane’s fresh and honest approach to business. It’s so refreshing to hear someone speaking about building a business to support their life rather than the other way around. I chased the carrot for the first several years on my business - to the point that it wasn’t fun anymore. I now have created a business from my values and truth which is a lot of what Diane speaks about on the show. Cheers to Diane who is willing to talk about the things that many of us entrepreneurs are thinking but sometimes unsure if there’s a lighter way.
New fav business show!
I love Diane’s approach to building a business that works with your life, instead of taking time away from it. There are so many practical tips and strategies packed in each episode, and you can tell Diane really knows her stuff. I love how the topics go beyond the expected to cover some less talked about aspects of business, like how to build something that truly makes you happy, rather than outwardly successful. I’ll be tuning in regularly for sure!
Love Diane’s approach to building a life first business … we didn’t start businesses to burnout so I appreciate her and her guests insight on how to thrive while building in rest and fun
Diane is the real deal (no fluff)!
Diane is such a breath of fresh air in the online space. She's down to Earth and incredibly genuine. I love her introduction about building a business that suits your lifestyle and not living to build a business - so important and often overlooked (or not talked about in hustle culture). I've enjoyed the wide-variety of guests Diane's had on her show, and learn something new every time.
Diane does a great job making sure the topics of her interviews fit her audience and give them actionable steps to move their business forward. The interviews are easy to listen to and packed with information
There’s no one right answer to the question, “What’s a good profit margin?” The trick is to avoid looking at it in a vacuum.
There are 5 questions a prospect needs to say yes to before they will buy. Without being able to pass these questions, you won't get a sale no matter how much attention you attract with marketing.
Speaking is the easiest way for someone to get a feel for what working with you might be like.
If social media is a free strategy, how do you measure whether it worth your time, effort and energy?