Interview with Misfit Entrepreneur Beksie’s Boutique

I’ve never had a proper job. From selling homemade cards when I was 14, working in the film industry, starting one of the first virtual assistant companies and my current work as a life and business coach, for self selected misfit entrepreneurs I’ve always made my own rules. In my book, Misfit to Maven: From Argh…

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I’m a Mess, But Here’s Why its OK…

It has always been my intention to create community, to help creative entrepreneurs to choose curiosity over fear, and to reframe uncertainty – so that you are able to feel a sense of internal belonging, and choose courage and experience over an expectation or expected outcome. This last launch and the financial loss that came with it…

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Interview with Misfit Entrepreneur Louise George

I’ve never had a proper job. From selling homemade cards when I was 14, working in the film industry, starting one of the first virtual assistant companies and my current work as a life and business coach, for self selected misfit entrepreneurs I’ve always made my own rules. In my book, Misfit to Maven: From Argh…

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Interview with Misfit Entrepreneur Jane Copeland

I’ve never had a proper job. From selling homemade cards when I was 14, working in the film industry, starting one of the first virtual assistant companies and my current work as a life and business coach, for self selected misfit entrepreneurs I’ve always made my own rules. In my book, Misfit to Maven: From Argh…

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Interview with Misfit Entrepreneur Sarah Starrs

Sarah Starrs is a writer, coach, and host of the Punk Rock Personal Development podcast who helps women get their shit together and create a life they love. She’s a Canadian expat living in London, England with her husband and cat, Hagrid. Having struggled with depression and paralyzing self-doubt for many years, Sarah is now…

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