Like nobody's business
Hosted by Emily Cassel
August 10, 2020
So many women ask me what it’s REALLY like to work with me inside the Business Alchemy Circle program, and are curious about what kinds of results they can expect to create through this 6-month business accelerator in their businesses. In this episode, I sit down with 6 of my Business Alchemy Circle clients – Stacie Barber [Stacie Barber Coaching, The Mindful Body Pilates Studio], Elizabeth Anderson [Embraced Wisdom Resource Group], Sarah Graham [Natural Florals by Sarah Graham], Natalie Perera [Out of Neutral], Taylor Mobley [Blonde & Ambitious Blog, Hustle Like a Mother Podcast, Lush Wedding Hive], & Naomi Shanti [Alchemy Tattoo & Fine Art]. Each of these women has been in the program for different lengths of time, from 2 months to 1.5 years, and share their experience and unique perspective about how this experience of weaving soul, strategy, & sisterhood into their businesses has transformed their impact and income. Tune in to hear the first-hand accounts of what they’ve been up to behind the scenes of the program, what specifically has changed for them since they began (as a woman, entrepreneur, mother, leader, etc), how they navigated the investment in their businesses & themselves, and who they recommend joins the next round of the program!
Sarah is 33 years old and started her business a year and a half ago. She works from a home studio and sources the majority of her flowers locally. Sarah is often asked what led her to floral design. Her answer is surrendering to the universe and trusting her sacral instinct. There are two underlying convictions Sarah holds when running her business. One. She operates under an environmentally sustainable model that aims to lessen the carbon footprint of the wedding industry. Two. She partners primarily with other women owned businesses. In addition to event floral design, Sarah also offers fine garden maintenance and consulting, seasonal container design and fresh outdoor holiday decor. Sarah holds a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology with minors in African Studies and Music, as well as a Master’s Degree in International Peace and Conflict Resolution. She is certified in Peace Education K-12.
Stacie works with and guides ambitious women to unveil the truth of their inherent value and worth to bring more joy and freedom into their lives through Conscious Mindset Mentorship, Transformational Containers and Sisterhood.
Natalie is a Career Purpose Coach that started Out of Neutral to work with female leaders in the corporate world that are ready to stop doing what they think they should do and start taking control and feeling energized by their careers again. She helps them discover their true passions and then supports them in taking bold action to get the career of their dreams!
Taylor Mobley is an ambitious mama, successful blogger, Pinterest marketer, podcast host, co-owner of a wedding educational hub and business strategist. Her journey in entrepreneurship started with her blog, Blonde & Ambitious Blog. She went full time after 2 years, and then decided to start her second business, Lush Wedding Hive (a wedding vendor educational hub). After that, she launched her podcast Hustle Like A Mother! Taylor teaches busy moms 1:1 how to eliminate overwhelm with their side hustle and launch into overachieving with full time income.
Dr. Elizabeth Anderson, PhD has most recently been working as an Academic Analytics Researcher for K12, Inc while teaching graduate level research methods and statistics courses for the University of Denver, University of Colorado at Denver, and University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Dr. Anderson also has experience in program evaluation, grant writing, instructional design, and course conversions to hybrid or online versions. Dr Anderson’s research focuses on learning analytics in the K-12 online learning environment.
Founder and owner of Alchemy Tattoo and Fine Art in Ocala, Florida is a trained fine artist, tattooist and educator. She spent most of her formative years in and around the tattoo industry, watching and learning from her late brother (Henry Bertka: owner of Hardcore tattoo in Cedar Rapids, Iowa). Naomi’s dream has been to take art, the healing she received from it, and create a space where she could share it, offer it, and help to empower others through it.
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