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I'm a wife, a dog mama and completely obsessed with coffee and running a healthy business.
As the 3rd generation at my family's business I was feeling overwhelmed with ideas of how I wanted to improve the business that has existed since 1978. Other family members didn't quite get my new business ideas (like the need for an Instagram page) and I was feeling pretty alone.
So, as someone who is addicted to podcasts, I decided to create my own. The Vendor's Daughter was built to create a community of entrepreneurs (largely women) who were proof that although it would be hard (and tiring) you could build a successful business and have a healthy, happy life outside of work.
I don't believe we were meant to walk this road alone. I believe we do better when we're in community and although balance might be hard (if not impossible) to achieve, together, I believe we can build lives that we're excited to wake up to each day.
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038 Pursue Your Dreams & Find What's Missing with Clara Bailey of MacBailey Candle Co
035 Analyzing Your Books and Prioritizing Your Time with Leah Wiwczaryk of Awesome Bars
030 Why It's Okay to Keep Your Passion Project a Side Hustle with Kirstie Lee of a Jar of Pickles
077 Being Kind to Yourself and Growing a Community with Ashleigh Borwn of Compliments 'N Coffee
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Writing was my first and my greatest love. In fact for a long time TVD was only a blog.
I started with the idea that working in Sales was a lot like dating: get the courage to ask for a meeting (a date), make a good first impression and then follow up in a cool way that let's them know you're interested but not too eager.
I'm married now and life has changed a lot. I no longer have to worry about whether "he'll call or not" but I still believe there are a lot of lessons that we can learn from business and apply to our personal lives. The same goes vice versa.
The blog is where we talk about these things and sometimes random things like "how to be a great AirBNB host"