Fearless Hustle Collective
It's finally here!
The Fearless Hustle Collective podcast for creative female entrepreneurs is finally here.
Honest conversations about the ups and downs of running your own business and the fear that we need to overcome to make it happen.
So whether you're well on your journey to becoming a successful business owner, or you're dreaming of quitting the 9-5, this podcast is here for YOU.
This week, I chat with Franky from Love Audrey. Franky is a freelance copywriter based in Bristol, specialising in copy for creative businesses. We chat about setting up workshops, the process of hiring a VA, being self-employed with a chronic illness, co-mentoring and so much more!
This week I chat to my husband Adam - we call a conversation we once had whilst driving, all about being an extroverted introvert, how that affects us in our work and personal life. We also discuss a book called Mindset by Dr Carol Dweck and the difference between the fixed and growth mindset. I highly recommend reading this book if you'd like to dive deeper into changing the way you think.
It's time for episode 22 - this week's guest is Ashton Smith. Ashton is the creator of the Awakening membership, a platform for women to claim their self-worth and create lives they dream of. I chat to Ashton about body positivity, overcoming doubt when launching new projects, cultivating self-worth and so much more.
This week I chat to my friend Amy Phipps, who is a creative business and life coach, a Nottingham Etsy Team Captain, and fellow podcast host over at Women Who Create. We talk about what it's like to have a multi-hyphen career, the journey of becoming a coach and my current favourite topic - self-care!
In the last episode of Season Two of the Fearless Hustle Collective podcast, I chat to my friend Natasha Boyes. Natasha is an editorial and commercial photographer, who works with small brands to tell their brand story. We chat all things business, the struggles of starting a business and what the first year of business can often look like.
This week I chat to Elizabeth Stiles, who is a fashion brand consultant. We chat about Elizabeth’s leap to take her side hustle full time, why it’s important for small brands to really connect with the consumer and the rise of ethical fashion.
It’s episode 18, and this week I’m chatting to Aiste Saulyte - a fellow photographer who has grown her presence online by staying true to herself.
This week’s episode is all about authentically showing up online - something that can be the driving force behind your brand. My guest is Alice Benham - a digital marketing coach and podcast host.
This week’s episode is all about branding, and what it takes to create a cohesive brand. My guest is the lovely Cat Byrne from Gatto Web - a branding and web designer from Manchester.
In this episode, we chat about learning to code at a young age, bullet journaling, how to start a podcast, taking time off work and, of course, branding.
This week, I chat to Elizabeth Cairns all about what it means to be an empowered entrepreneur, creative a vision for your business, the importance of curating your working space and prioritising the projects that are important to you.
In episode 14, I chat to Lucy Parker, also known as Lucy and Lentils - a Nottingham based food blogger. Lucy has recently taken the plunge to take her side hustle full time. With a hugely impressive online following, Lucy has worked with some big brands such as Waitrose, Tesco, Ikea, to name a few.
In episode 13, I chat to Josephine Brooks - a productivity mentor for side hustlers. I really enjoyed my chat with Josephine - we talked about ways in which you can prioritise your workload, especially when you’re side hustling and juggling two jobs, looking after yourself and taking time out, Josephine’s 12 week plan and the benefits of batching.
In episode 12, I chat all things money with Julia Day of Easy as Vat. We talk about Julia’s journey in setting up her own business, money mindset, pitching and Julia’s new membership - the Independent Girls Collective.
In the first episode of Season Two I chat to Sas Petherick, a self doubt researcher, coach and mentor. We talk about the ways in which self doubt might be showing up for us and how we can deal with it.
In the last episode of this season, I chat to Kayte Ferris about slow, soulful marketing, her journey across the country and why failure isn’t as bad as we are led to believe.
In week 9, I chat to Sophie French, a creative coach based in Leicester. We talk about self doubt, crushing the can’t in your head, content creation and so much more. Enjoy!
In week 8, I chat to my husband, Adam Dunleavy, all about our fearless beginnings, getting the work life balance right, taking a step when you're not 100% ready and charging your worth. Please share your fearless beginnings with us using #fearlessbeginnings - I'll be sharing your stories over on Instagram.
Episode 7 is with the lovely Lizzle Evans, the founder of SMUG. I chat to Lizzie about running a brick and mortar shop, adapting as a new mum and curating your ideal life.
Episode 6 is with Amy Bailey of Amy Bailey Design. Amy is a friend of mine, and a fellow girl boss working in the wedding industry.
Rebecca runs the Wildflower Illustration Co. together with her husband Carl and their gorgeous dog, Martha. Wildflower Illustration Co. sells beautifully illustrated cards as well as wedding stationery.
This week's episode is with Nirrimi Firebrace - writer, photographer and the true definition of an artist.
This week's episode is with Nancy Straughan - a stylist and designer based in London. We chat about Nancy's recent decision to take the leap and become a stylist full time. We also chat about anxiety, the work-life balance, finding new clients, and the law of attraction.
This week's episode of the Fearless Hustle Collective podcast is with Olivia Tripp - the founder of Weekend:IN - an agency helping independent brands connect, engage and grow their audiences.
Sara Tasker, also known as Me & Orla, is an Instagram expert, photographer, writer and a creative coach. Her Instagram courses sell out within hours of launching. She has her own podcast - Hashtag Authentic, as well as co-hosting a new podcast called Letters from a Hopeful creative. She’s an inspirational figure to many women, turning her blog into a hugely profitable enterprise in just a short few years.