ELISE GETS CRAFTY

ELISE GETS CRAFTY

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small business knowledge & thoughts on goal-setting, motivation and creativity.

Episodes

reflecting back to move forward / ep 116  

just elise this week reflecting back on 2016 (both personally and for season 3 of the podcast) and discussing giving yourself the time and space to rest. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes116

on a decade of collaboration / ep 114  

elise chats with Maria Alexandra Vettese (MAV) and Stephanie Congdon Barnes (SCB) of 3191 Miles Apart about working long-distance together for almost 10 years and their newest book, A Year Between Friends. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes114

on passion and business / ep 113  

elise chats with Megan Eckman of Studio MME about finding a business that works, even if it's not your passion and finding time for a passion, even if it's not your work. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes113

on chasing slow / ep 115  

elise chats with Erin Loechner about her ten years writing online, changing your perspective and her upcoming book, Chasing Slow. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes115

on listening to your intuition / ep 112  

elise chats with Jess Lively of The Lively Show about creative risks and learning to listen your intuition. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes112

on launching a new business / ep 111  

elise chats with Chelsea Sonksen about how ideas evolve and her experience starting bossladies magazine. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes111

on growth and continuing forward / ep 110  

elise chats with Chelsea Dinsmore about loss, choice, limits and living your legend. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes110

on getting your goals down on paper / ep 109  

just elise this week, sharing a talk I gave in spring 2016 to a group of entrepreneurs about scheduling your days, weeks and projects to actually make progress. My talk involved using my planner, a Get To Work Book, but much of what's discussed can work for any time-management method. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes109

on online shop logistics - two years later / ep 108  

elise chats with Julie of Julie Ann Art about running an online shop. Elise and Julie first talked about this topic in August 2014 and a lot has changed for both of them since then. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes108 (explicit label for one minor curse word)

on building a consulting biz / ep 107  

elise chats with Shannon Whitehead Lohr about how she changed career paths and Factory45, her company that's dedicated to helping other small businesses produce clothing ethically in the United States. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes107

on working to live vs. living to work / ep 106  

elise chats with business owner Hillary Denham about becoming an entrepreneur, delegating jobs, building a business that works for you and learning how you work best. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes106

on rapid business growth / ep 105  

elise chats with Shanna Noel about starting her business, Illustrated Faith, and it's quick success and expansion. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes105

on starting slow / ep 104  

elise chats with dressmaker and owner of Pyne and Smith Clothiers, Joanna McCartney about her entry into making and selling clothing. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes104

ARTIST INTERVIEW : SARAH BENNING / EP 103  

elise chats with modern embroidery artist, Sarah Benning, about her experience in art school, evolving as an embroidery artist, living a nomadic lifestyle and staying inspired. shownotes for this episode are available at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes103

on "being busy" / ep 102  

elise chats with author and journalist, Laura Vanderkam about time-tracking and the myth of "busy." shownotes for this episode are available at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes102

on the 100 day project / ep 101  

elise chats with designer and artist, Allie Lehman, about their adventures in the 100 Day Project. this creative challenge started on April 19 and finished today, July 27. elise shared 100 pep talks. Allie painted 100 paintings. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes101

on time / ep 100  

elise chats about TIME. how to figure out what you want to do with your time, how to cut out the garbage, how the comparison game is pointless and the value of getting organized. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes100

on adventuring and finding your passion  / ep 99  

elise chats with Rob Blaha about his passion for traveling the world, visiting national parks in the US and photographing it all. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes99

on using instagram / ep 98  

elise chats with lifestyle blogger Allie Seidel about using Instagram as a platform to promote your work, but also as a tool for connection and engagement. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes98

on doing the side hustle / ep 97  

elise chats with author, Jenny Bravo, about how she wrote and self-published a novel while working a traditional day job. So many of us work to build businesses and careers "on-the-side" and this episode discusses motivation and staying accountable. shownotes can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast/shownotes97

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