34 min

Jessica Leving Siegel from Sing Creative Group on special siblings support, using PR & Media to tell powerful stories and ghostwriting‪.‬ Erin Keam's Conversations about Closets with my Closest 1000 friends.

    • Entrepreneurship

Jessica Leving Siegel is the owner of Sing Creative Consulting, a boutique PR/marketing firm that helps nonprofits, small businesses, and creatives hone their story and amplify their impact. She is an experienced writer and communications specialist with experience spanning the newspaper and magazine industry, the nonprofit sector, and children's book publishing.

She has written for USA Today, The Boston Globe, The Jerusalem Post and more--and is also the author of three children's books, host of The Special Siblings Podcast, and founder of her own nonprofit organization, The Center for Siblings of People with Disabilities. She currently lives in the Chicago suburbs, where she and her husband spend their free time wrangling their rambunctious dog and two cats.

Find Jessica here:
Website: www.makeit-sing.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/singcreativeconsulting

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About Erin Keam

Erin Keam is a Kiwi living in Seattle who works with women solopreneurs to create their ideal life and achieve their vision. She combines her 23 years’ experience mentoring and being mentored in the recovery field with her career in marketing, film, media, TV, advertising, real estate and customer service (and a passion for fashion) to be a trusted source for solutions to what is getting between you and the life you want.

She offers two paths to progress. One is her unique LifeStyle Statement sessions, in which women uncover their personal themes which are distilled into a one-of-a-kind Statement which can then be taken to every area of their life from wardrobe to relationships to their business to their career and their home.

The other are her “pressure relief” mini-intensives where the focus is on moving closer to your vision through exploring and tackling personal and marketing issues which are keeping you stuck, whether clarifying your website’s message to your clients, looking at how you spend your time and money, decluttering (mental and physical), dressing as who you want to be, assessing the first impression your media and home office make on your ideal clients and creating action plans to get you the life you want.

When she’s not doing this, she’s interviewing women entrepreneurs on her podcast Conversations About Closets With My Closet 1000 Friends, about what they do, why and what they love about it, with one or two questions in there about clothing (there’s that passion for fashion!). Female-identifying (or non-binary) and want to be a guest? Book here!

You can find out more on her website erinkeam.comShe would love to connect with you on Instagram or LinkedIn or Facebook.

Hey, Koa Club members! Something getting between you and your goals? Often, all we need is someone to hold space while we talk through what’s keeping us stuck and the solution presents itself. Book a Talk it Out Call here with Erin. If you want an action step, she’ll suggest one.




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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erin-keam/support

Jessica Leving Siegel is the owner of Sing Creative Consulting, a boutique PR/marketing firm that helps nonprofits, small businesses, and creatives hone their story and amplify their impact. She is an experienced writer and communications specialist with experience spanning the newspaper and magazine industry, the nonprofit sector, and children's book publishing.

She has written for USA Today, The Boston Globe, The Jerusalem Post and more--and is also the author of three children's books, host of The Special Siblings Podcast, and founder of her own nonprofit organization, The Center for Siblings of People with Disabilities. She currently lives in the Chicago suburbs, where she and her husband spend their free time wrangling their rambunctious dog and two cats.

Find Jessica here:
Website: www.makeit-sing.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/singcreativeconsulting

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About Erin Keam

Erin Keam is a Kiwi living in Seattle who works with women solopreneurs to create their ideal life and achieve their vision. She combines her 23 years’ experience mentoring and being mentored in the recovery field with her career in marketing, film, media, TV, advertising, real estate and customer service (and a passion for fashion) to be a trusted source for solutions to what is getting between you and the life you want.

She offers two paths to progress. One is her unique LifeStyle Statement sessions, in which women uncover their personal themes which are distilled into a one-of-a-kind Statement which can then be taken to every area of their life from wardrobe to relationships to their business to their career and their home.

The other are her “pressure relief” mini-intensives where the focus is on moving closer to your vision through exploring and tackling personal and marketing issues which are keeping you stuck, whether clarifying your website’s message to your clients, looking at how you spend your time and money, decluttering (mental and physical), dressing as who you want to be, assessing the first impression your media and home office make on your ideal clients and creating action plans to get you the life you want.

When she’s not doing this, she’s interviewing women entrepreneurs on her podcast Conversations About Closets With My Closet 1000 Friends, about what they do, why and what they love about it, with one or two questions in there about clothing (there’s that passion for fashion!). Female-identifying (or non-binary) and want to be a guest? Book here!

You can find out more on her website erinkeam.comShe would love to connect with you on Instagram or LinkedIn or Facebook.

Hey, Koa Club members! Something getting between you and your goals? Often, all we need is someone to hold space while we talk through what’s keeping us stuck and the solution presents itself. Book a Talk it Out Call here with Erin. If you want an action step, she’ll suggest one.




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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erin-keam/support

34 min