Business & Life Conversations With Angela Henderson
The Business & Life Conversations Podcast with business consultant Angela Henderson from Angela Henderson Consulting is the home to inspiring business and life conversations with and for start-ups and veteran entrepreneurs/business owners. You’ll get support, tips, techniques, tools and more to help you expand your business and life. Join Angela where you’ll be inspired by thoughtful solo shows with practical business lessons or join in the rich conversations she’ll be having with real life entrepreneurs/business owners (from all stages of business) discussing everything from their top business strategies to help you grow, failures, struggles, successes, finances, fears, mental health, life and more. It’s through these conversations that Angela will help entrepreneurs/business owners to feel part of a community and to get the support they need to grow in both business and life.
Susie Campbell from Little Black Book Marketing joins us in this episode to talk about the pros and cons of a media release and the importance of building a media profile for your business.
In this episode, Ben Fewtrell of Max My Profit shares his words on how people can build businesses that they imagine will give them more freedom and financial security.
In this episode, Tyson Franklin, author, speaker, podcaster, and creator of 365 Hour Mental & Physical Challenge, shares his expertise on being successful by knowing what’s next for your business.
In this important, raw and honest solo episode, we discuss a topic that should be talked about everyday but in reality, is never given too much attention.
Have you ever wondered how giving back as an entrepreneur can help you, as a business and as a person, become better and make your life fuller?
Running a business can be very challenging and in this episode, Rebecca Grugan of I AM Montessori shares with us how our choices can affect the businesses we run. Being flexible, open minded and okay with change can be a positive thing when pivoting your business. Change is inevitable and learning to be okay with it, especially when handling your business, may give you opportunities that you wouldn’t have imagined.