Posts in Episodes
Nikki Clause of Fling Before the Ring

We’re talking with Nikki Clause, the owner and creative planner behind Fling Before the Ring, today on the podcast. Fling Before the Ring is a personal planning service that creates unique bachelorette party experiences. Nikki and her team create custom party itineraries that match the budget and style of their clients, so that they create the best experience for them in the city that they choose. Some of the most common destinations Nikki works with include Austin, Nashville, Charleston, Miami, and of course Las Vegas.

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Paige Cole on Mindset & Manifestation

We are excited be chatting with Paige Cole on the podcast today. Paige is a master mindset and manifestation coach, as well as a business strategist for entrepreneurial women. She has always had an entrepreneurial spirit, even though when she was little her dream was to be a gymnast with an Olympic gold medal. She has had several jobs over the years including marketing, and real estate. However, Paige talks about how she believes she was a little late to the learning curve, but has always had a hunger to learn more.

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Chelsea Q. White of Chelsea Q. White Photography

On today’s episode, we are talking to Chelsea Q. White. Chelsea is a photographer who specializes in capturing all elements between marriage and motherhood, while focusing on images with an artsy eye. Growing up she always knew she wanted to be a storyteller of some sort, and was passionate about writing and taking photographs. Chelsea started doing photography as a business on the side while she was working as a journalist for a nonprofit.

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Torrance Hart of Teak & Twine

On the episode today, we have Torrance Hart the founder of Teak and Twine. Torrance has been a long time admirer of packaging and gifts. She stared this company because she believed that there was a need for beautifully created custom gifts with a specific focus on client, corporate, and occasion gifts. She also wanted to be able to serve her fellow entrepreneurs by being able to use their beautiful products and package them up to make them even more appealing. 

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Annette Stepanian - Setting Yourself Up For Success, Legally

Today on the show we are talking with Annette Stephanian, a lawyer for entrepreneurs. Her job is to help small business owners and entrepreneurs set up and grow their business. Annette studied business at UNC, and has always loved teaching. When she realized there was a need for these services in the business world, she decided she would make it her goal to educate others on business strategy and legal advice.

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Natalie Shelton of N Barrett Photogrpahy

Natalie Shelton is a self taught wedding photographer, who also runs her own podcast, and owns a print shop. We are so excited to be talking to her today. When she was younger, Natalie's father owned an old film camera that intrigued her and sparked her interest in photography. In high school she started shooting different events for fun, and eventually learned more about photography from her peers.

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Marcy Cook of Marcy Cook Art

Today on the show, we have Marcy Cook of Marcy Cook Art. Marcy Cook is a commission based painter, who specializes in abstract and expressionist art. Growing up Marcy wanted to be a vet, but she also had a creative side. She took art in high school, and painted in her free time. When she went off to college at Baylor, she decided to major in painting. After college Marcy started to feel burnt out from painting, so she decided to try something new and intern with a floral design company. She then moved on to co-own hew own florist company for seven years, until they closed.

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Natalie Franke of The Rising Tide Society

We are so excited to be talking to Natalie Franke, co-founder of The Rising Tide Society. When Natalie was young, she wanted to be a doctor. In high school Natalie got a camera and then started her own photography business. After colleges she jumped straight into this business, and grew it into a six figure wedding business. However, she soon found out that the more she poured into her business, the more isolated she felt. After that realization, she decided to make a change. Natalie believes in the spirit of community over competition, so once she decided she wanted to do something different, she got a bunch of her fellow vendor friends to get together to talk about business. This eventually grew into the Rising Tide Society, which is place to discuss knowledge, help people grow their business, and to find a support system.

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Adri Smith of Moss Floral Design

We are so excited to be talking to Adri Smith today. She is the owner and creative director of the boutique floral studio, Moss Floral Design. This Texas girl didn't start off wanting to design her own flower arrangements, in fact she was actually a teacher before she found her passion. Adri taught kindergarten for two years before realizing she wasn't meant to be a teacher. After planning her own wedding, Adri fell in love with floral design. She decided to quit her teaching job, and began working out of her own house.  

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Lindsey Williams of LAW Designs

Today on the podcast, you will be hearing from Lindsey Williams. Lindsey is the owner of LAW Designs, a Dallas based jewelry company that hand-makes their designs. When Lindsey was growing up, she wanted to be a race car driver, she even raced all through high school. She eventually gave up her dream of being a driver when she realized racing turned into her identity, and she lost who she was. After figuring this out, Lindsey decided to attend Dallas Baptist University. She eventually got a political science internship, but kept feeling a pull to be more creative. She then started making her own jewelry, and her business grew from there when others saw her designs and wanted them for themselves.

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Annie Wonderlich of Art Fleur

On today's podcast, we will be talking with the oh so fabulous Annie Wonderlich. Annie is the owner of Art Fleur in L.A. Art Fleur is a boutique styled floral company that specializes in events and everyday delivery. Annie worked in the medical field before starting her business. In our interview, she admits that she was a money chaster instead of a dream chaser. She realized later down the road that she wanted to do something more meaningful which inspired her to start Art Fleur.

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Kathryn Duckett of Creme Brands

Today I'm so excited to be chatting with Kathryn Duckett of Creme Brands! Kathryn is the owner, creative director and brand designer at Creme Brands, a brand design and strategy company for creatives and wedding professionals! Kathryn has worked with so many amazing creative entrepreneurs including some New York Times bestsellers, and I can't wait for you to hear her story! In the interview we chat all about how she got her start, some of her best tips for effectively branding yourself to reach your ideal client, and how clearly defining your processes and setting client expectations can ensure a better client relationship.

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