Description and Show NotesLet's talk about how to use Facebook if you know for sure that your ideal clients are using it.Using Facebook can be a very heated topic. You may not even be using it because you've given it up.
Welcome to the show!
My intention is to help you infuse more compassion into your business, whether it's having more compassion for yourself as the CEO or for your intended customers and the journey they're going through.
This podcast is created for and dedicated to owners of (very) small businesses who are struggling with the online marketing and back end processes of building a brand that supports the communities you care about.
Formerly titled, "The Self-Employed Nerd."
Show Notes Does your backdrop really matter that much? Do you look... different? In this episode I talk about how your unique look/aesthetic sets you apart from your competitors in a good way. Showing up as yourself without filters, branded photoshoots,
Show Notes What does it actually mean to have compassion for yourself and for your intended customers? Running a business is hard! Let's talk definitions and an example of how to apply compassion and self-compassion to the sometimes painful aspects of
Description and Show Notes In what will hopefully be an annual practice from now on, I'll be taking a break from podcasting and the content production pipeline for the holidays. Next episode drops on January 10th. Revisiting what it means to
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Description and Show Notes This was a really fun conversation. Listen in to hear more of her story and the big radical act that you can do take up space and reclaim our true selves. We rant a bit about euro-centric
Description and Show Notes Pearl is Lakota, Dakota and Anishinaabe. She is a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and affiliated with White Earth Nation. She says the following about her work, “I enjoy sharing and connecting with individuals on
From one overachieving self-employed helper to another, I have a semi-honest but admittedly sarcastic question for you: Why can't the result of working extra hard for way too long just have amazing, long-lasting results for you and everyone involved, all the
Description and Show Notes If it feels like you're being slimy and salesy in your marketing, you're probably not in alignment with your values. Yes, YOUR personal values, as the human being behind the brand you've invested all your hard earned
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Want to be interviewed by me? I'm currently accepting guest speaker pitches from people who meet all of the following qualifications:
- BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, or Person of Color) or LGBTQ2IA+
- Micro Business Owner (solopreneur or leading a small team) or non-side hustler (non-profit work, running for local office, etc.)
- People who align with my code of ethics: Rochelle's services are available to open-minded, inclusive people. We believe in rights for LGBTQIA+, respecting transgender & non-binary pronouns, fighting against systemic racism, and that Black lives matter.
- Business owners who are willing to share a behind-the-scenes story or example of how they have personally implemented a compassionate strategy.
Need some help with your business?
Alternatively, I invite you to get FREE COACHING by participating in a Mini Strategy Session with me, on the podcast. We can talk about a specific issue you've been having with your online marketing strategy, your brand visibility, or your struggles with staying on schedule and holding yourself accountable to your big dreams. This opportunity is open to those who meet the following requirements:
Rochelle's services are available to open-minded, inclusive people. We believe in rights for LGBTQIA+ and disabled people, respecting transgender & non-binary pronouns, fighting against systemic racism, and that Black lives matter.