JULES & STATOYA: Wrapping Up & Reflecting On 2019 And Looking Forward Toward The New Decade Of 2020

JULES & STATOYA: Wrapping Up & Reflecting On 2019 And Looking Forward Toward The New Decade Of 2020

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How crazy is it to think that 2019, and a decade, have come to a close?!? Where did the time go?? I heard it said once that time is like a roll of toilet paper, the closer you get to the end, the faster it goes. How true is this? It seems like, for at least us anyway, 2019 is a blur. Which is why it’s so important to stop and reflect on what was and dream about and plan for what will be in this next year. In this episode, Statoya and I get real. We push and encourage change wherever it’s needed. We may get a little under your skin, but if we do, it’s with all the love we can muster, and it’s most likely because you maybe need a little pushing. Consider us your cheerleaders who give little kicks in the ass every now and then. And remember, we would never push unless we weren’t right there with you in longing for positive change!  We hope you enjoy this episode and Cheers to all that 2020 brings!!

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HELEN HALL: Having A Good Product That Sells Itself, Going Over The Top With Customer Service, And Resisting All Defensiveness As A Leader

HELEN HALL: Having A Good Product That Sells Itself, Going Over The Top With Customer Service, And Resisting All Defensiveness As A Leader

Helen Hall has a lot going on. You might even say she’s a bit of a serial entrepreneur. She’s founder (or co-founder) of 5 businesses that she’s focused on growing every day – the incredible Blender Bombs, HushupXHustle, Tipsy Spritzers, 2 retail locations of Hustle Smoothie Bar, and the newest addition to her business list, 80×20. And while all of that is impressive and certainly inspirational, what we love most about Helen is her passion for people – her team, her Bombassadors, and her customers – and helping people get and stay healthy. Having learned a lot over the last few years with all these ventures, Helen is a wealth of knowledge, some of which she graciously shares in this episode.

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JENNY BADMAN: Finding Your Right Fit, Making The Case For Your Existence, And Embracing The Joys Through The Struggles Of Life

JENNY BADMAN: Finding Your Right Fit, Making The Case For Your Existence, And Embracing The Joys Through The Struggles Of Life

Jenny Badman is a born Northerner with a true Southerner’s heart. She’s a creative down deep, and she’s done everything from working for corporate, to working on her own as a freelancer, to now working as the Copy & Creative Director for a growing business in Charleston, SC. She serves on a host of boards, and she was an integral part of Pecha Kucha Charleston. While being a connected leader in her community, she’s also experienced her fair share of tough stuff that life has thrown at her. Her story is a good one and her life is an impactful one. To know Jenny Badman is to love her. We hope you enjoy this episode!

LIZ MARTIN: Figuring It All Out As You Go, Acting “As If”, And Living Every Day Like The Weekend

LIZ MARTIN: Figuring It All Out As You Go, Acting “As If”, And Living Every Day Like The Weekend

Liz Martin grew up as a mountain girl in Fairview, NC. She went to NC State and then grad school at UNC for speech pathology. After getting tired of speech pathology becoming about the money instead of really helping people, Liz started leaning into her creative side. Her friends loved her style, so one by one they began asking her to help them with the interiors of their homes. As most successful businesses evolve, what was a passion became a career. After a move to Charleston to lean into her love of the beach, she created an online store, called The Charleston Weekender, and started lifestyle blogging and writing about Charleston and all things creative, then found herself a co-founder and owner of a store in downtown Charleston called Cannonborough Collective. Now in addition to running the store, with her influence and 32k followers, Liz gets approached by the likes of small and large brands such as Tuesday Morning and Martha Stewart to promote their brands. As if that’s not enough to keep her busy, she also teaches others how to build a strategic business Instagram account. Liz is an influencer by trade but what we loved about her is that she’s so much more than that, she’s an influencer by the way that she honestly and authentically lives her life. What a privilege to get time with this beautiful soul. We hope you enjoy this episode!

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ASHLEY HARWOOD: Turning Wood Into Art, Proving People Wrong, And Teaching Others Your Craft

ASHLEY HARWOOD: Turning Wood Into Art, Proving People Wrong, And Teaching Others Your Craft

Ashley Harwood is a creative at her core. She grew up in Georgia, where her grandmom predicted she’d be an artist when Ashley was just 5 years old. Over the course of her life, she’s work with all kinds of mediums in art – glass blowing, sculpture, neon, and many others, and even made a life-sized sculpture of a chrysalis out of saran wrap… yes, saran wrap. But the more interesting thing – if that’s possible – is that she actually got in her sculpture as part of the presentation. After she graduated from Carnegie Mellon, she went to work at restaurants, doing her art on the side. once she moved back to Charleston, her Dad encouraged her to start doing woodworking. Years later, she is now considered a master woodturner in a male dominated industry and teaches classes all over the world. Her business is called Turning Native, but because of the impact she’s making in this industry, she’s mostly known by her name as her brand. With more than 116k followers on IG and almost 38k subscribers on her YouTube channel, Ashley is badass in so many ways. We loved getting to hear her story and we hope you enjoy this episode!

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