Trading in Knowledge
Josie Schweitzer aka Thank Yoga tells us about how she first got into the practice, and how she made the decision to leave her career as a hair stylist to start her own studio. She also tells us about how yoga is more than just physical exercise and how it informs her life.
We talk about the difficult decision Josie made when she stepped down as Thank Yoga studio owner, and how she still maintains her involvement in the brand as a whole.
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You’ll Figure It Out! Geri Peacock started Cherbourg Bakery 8 years ago by following her curiosity, saying “yes,” and figuring it out as she went. And today she’s growing the bakery using those same principles. In this episode, Geri talks about her humble beginnings, her next stages of growth, and how she works to keep […]
Social Media, Literary Food & Marketing Small Businesses Rebecca Ritchey aka Eating Books is a digital media consultant and freelance writer. On Rebecca’s blog she shares fictional food photography, literary musings, travel stories and business tips. In this episode of the podcast we talk about how Eating Books came to be, and which social media platform is Rebecca’s […]
Taxes, CFOs and Finding Your Financial Flow Joe Hamgeri, a consultant and “CFO-for-hire” calls in to discuss how he started his own business and how he helps clients reach financial success. Joe discusses the importance of knowing the numbers behind your business, especially your profit margin. He also gives us recommendations of websites and tools […]
What We Learned In this season finale episode of the podcast, we sit down with The Wonder Jam’s entire team to discuss what everyone has learned this summer. We talk with Annie Webster, Erika Strohecker, Olivia Jocson and Michael Tedesco about the individual projects they’ve been working on, and of course to analyze a wide variety of celebrity headlines. […]
This Started As a Project Nate DeMars started Pursuit because he was annoyed. Big box suit shops had pushy salespeople, too many options, and weren’t for him. In this episode Nate shares inspiration behind Pursuits early days, the struggles, and hurdles he bumped up against. Also Nate shares a fun story about sleeping on the […]
Full-Time Freelance Vanessa Wade owns a design studio in San Diego called Noirve, which focuses on brand development and web design for small businesses. In this episode, Vanessa describes what it was life to transition into working full-time as a freelance designer, including the time that she sold her car to ensure she had an […]
Choose Your Own Adventure! David Sherry was a college kid who didn’t act like other college kids. He ignored conventional wisdom and traditional “career paths” to turn a project into a business. In 2013 he founded Death to Stock. After a bunch of failed attempts to get larger companies to buy into a creative road […]
Appetizer Crawl We’re back! In this pop-up episode we fill you in on everything we’ve been busy with since we last posted an episode. We talk about the gallery we recently hosted which showcased pieces from Allie and Erika’s 100 Day Project, as well as some upcoming events at The Wonder Jam. Adam and Allie discuss the latest celebrity headlines […]
Trading in Knowledge for Learning Josie Schweitzer aka Thank Yoga tells us about how she first got into the practice, and how she made the decision to leave her career as a hair stylist to start her own studio. She also tells us about how yoga is more than just physical exercise and how it informs […]
On Scaling with Gretel and Steve Adams of Sunny Meadows Flower Farm Steve & Gretel Adams put their entire lives into creating and building Sunny Meadows Flower Farm. Steve and Gretel have created a strong business built on treating people well, working hard, and continual investment into their business (and themselves). In this episode, Steve […]