Second Momentum is a weekly Podcast for women who are transitioning from the corporate world who are tired of being looked over for promotion, not being fulfilled in their role or don't like the organisational culture and have acknowledged that voice deep inside them to take that big leap of faith and fulfil their dream of becoming their own boss and starting their own business.
Find out more at michellepascoe.com
Are you confusing your customers?
Is your branding sending mixed messages to your customer that leaves them confused and moving onto your competitor? In this episode I am sharing with you the importance of brand recognition (even if you are a solopreneur) and a Brand Experience Audit download for you to complete on your own business.
Brand Audit freebie: https://www.michellepascoe.com/pl/146382
Operating your business from afar
How do you manage to run a business on a daily basis without being to confined to the 4 walls of your office? Michelle travels a lot: for work, for professional and for personal development so has embraced her business moving into the digital age. Being able to work remotely involves putting trust into your team and today Michelle shares how she does this successfully.
Don't Give Up On Your Dream
In this episode I share with you the importance of living your dream, not letting the overwhelm of isolation, naysayers comments and the impact of the pandemic stop your business idea.
You have the rest of your life make it the best.
Putting your health first
Leone Wilson is a naturopath, nutritionist and herbalist. Leone has always been passionate about natural medicine but as a single parent she postponed her degree until the children had grown. For many years Leone suffered with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis without any conventional medicine practitioner identifying this. Now, Leone has a special interest in thyroid disease and autoimmune conditions. Today she joins us to discuss the importance of putting your health first.
PART 2 Tips and Strategies on leading your team to a Grand Reopening
In this podcast I interview Chris Miller who has worked as an emergency and crisis manager, planning for and dealing with many disasters including floods, terrorist bombings and a tsunami. Most relevant to the current challenges of COVID-19, she continues to work as a pandemic continuity planner.
How to tell a customer that they have to do something when they don't want to
When it comes to post COVID19 business practices, they will be different, however, some customers won’t want to abide by the changes of distancing and cleanliness therefore the importance of preparing your frontline team, management and yourself for a post COVID19 Customer Journey is critical to ensure that there is the support for each other and that customers who are doing the right thing are not turned away.
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Thoroughly enjoy this podcast every week, great content for a family business, some fantastic tips and great interviews