Today’s episode is about letting it all out and showing the world your true colors. Business owners lives are a little bit of a mess behind closed doors. They’re dealing with stress, deadlines, employees and cash flow. Often times, business owners try to hide this side of themselves instead of opening up and showing the world who they really are. On the podcast today Cassandra sits down with Diana Kerr. Diana explains to the listener’s that once she laid it all on the table and opened up about her problems on her blog, she freed herself. Now she coaches women on how to do the same thing. Diana is a certified professional life coach who helps Christian women get over their limiting beliefs and inspires them to conquer fears in their personal life and businesses.
Today’s episode is about all photography, the wedding industry, wedding photography and self-development. To dive deep into these topics Cassandra enlists the help of her good friend April Yentas. After giving birth to her daughter, April began to lose a connection with herself and the creative person inside of her that was around since she was a kid. She decided to do some deep self-development work, reconnect with her inner photographer and create a wedding photography business. April is a now a full time wedding photographer and in 3 years her business went from 1 wedding a season, to 7 to 25. Now she even has a team that she outsources some of her work to. In this episode you’ll hear April’s story and how doing deep self-development work helped her build her business.
Art has healing principles and Jackie Radford couldn’t verbally express the pain she was experiencing from an abusive past, she began to draw. Today, Jackie joins Cassandra on the podcast, to discuss how creating art can help heal the mind. Jackie is a North Carolina based mixed-media artist that focuses on painting, sculpting and making books, journals and paper. Her work is heavily involved with texture. In this episode you’ll Jackie’s story on how she used art as a way to heal from the trauma in her life and how she’s deeply connected with the clients that she creates for.
It’s important to be able to adapt and accept change in your life and in your business. In this episode Cassandra connects with friend, Andrea Claassen. The two share an interesting conversation about changing the course of your life and discovering new philosophies. Andrea is a former Type A mom and fitness trainer who was always working in overdrive. After discovering the ancient teaching of Ayruveda she was able to slow down and reconnect with her mind, body and spirit. This changed the way she ran her coaching business and now offers a different approach to women’s fitness and wellness.