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This podcast explores how creatives, coaches and social entrepreneurs have turned passion into profit!

In each episode, I interview an inspiring business owner to learn more about how he or she has managed the many different aspects of growing a purpose-based business.

Topics include:
- The creative process
- Powerful communication
- Connecting with the client
- Managing risk
- Using your intuition
... and much more!

Listen in to get concrete tips and loads of inspiration!

Business With a Heart Sanna Koritz

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This podcast explores how creatives, coaches and social entrepreneurs have turned passion into profit!

In each episode, I interview an inspiring business owner to learn more about how he or she has managed the many different aspects of growing a purpose-based business.

Topics include:
- The creative process
- Powerful communication
- Connecting with the client
- Managing risk
- Using your intuition
... and much more!

Listen in to get concrete tips and loads of inspiration!

    Episode 5: Interview with artist Tomas Vagner on going after your dream, getting rid of limiting beliefs, staying productive and the importance of community and talking about what you do.

    Episode 5: Interview with artist Tomas Vagner on going after your dream, getting rid of limiting beliefs, staying productive and the importance of community and talking about what you do.

    In this episode, I talk to Tomas Vagner, Swedish artist who creates abstract, over-sized paintings with a style that he himself describes as raw and powerful.
    Before dedicating himself to his art full-time, Tomas worked internationally with advertising, graphic design and illustrations. For many years, being an artist remained just a dream for Tomas. But 1,5 years ago, something shifted, and he made the decision to commit fully to his art.
    We talk about what holds us back when it comes to going after what we really want, and what happens when we make a conscious decision to take our dreams seriously. Tomas tells us about how the shift from employee to artist has affected him. He also shares his thoughts on how to stay creatively productive and the importance of finding habits that work for you.
    Like most business owners, Tomas is on a continuous path towards refining his ideal client, his price strategy and his communication. He shares openly how old, limiting beliefs can still affect him, and what he does to move past them. Being part of a community with like-minded artists is key for staying motivated and productive, says Tomas. He encourages creative entrepreneurs to dare to talk to others about what they do. Not only is it key for marketing and selling your art, it’s also vital for building your confidence.
    If you want to learn more about how to build an authentic business as a creative, then this episode is for you!
    LINKS MENTIONED
    www.vagner.se
    SOCIAL MEDIA INFO
    Sanna Koritz
    Instagram: @sannakoritz Facebook: www.facebook.com/thrivingwomenentrepreneurs/ LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/sannakoritz Tomas Vagner
    Instagram: @art_by_vagner https://www.facebook.com/DesignByVagner LinkedIn: Tomas Vagner - Konstnär

    • 37 min
    Episode 4: Interview with social entrepreneur and educational revolutionary, Rebecka Koritz, on the importance of taking on risk, listening to the needs of your audience and staying authentic.

    Episode 4: Interview with social entrepreneur and educational revolutionary, Rebecka Koritz, on the importance of taking on risk, listening to the needs of your audience and staying authentic.

    In this episode, I talk to Rebecka Koritz, founder of multiple alternative schools in Mexico, unschooling mom and educational activist who always represents the children’s perspective. Rebecka is driven by a vision of a society free from conflict and competition, where we can all learn to know ourselves and contribute with the unique gifts that we have to offer this world.
    Rebecka bases her work on the belief that children are fully capable individuals who can and want to guide their own development. Her educational centers are based on the principle of self-directed learning, and today, Rebecka has left the day-to-day running of those centers to provide content that supports a worldwide audience in becoming the parents that their children need for them to be. 
    We talk about the importance of taking on risk; what the challenging consequences can be of doing so; and how Rebecka has managed those. She also shares her best tips for getting people to embrace your vision and for building a strong community. We also get to take part of her thoughts on how to use communication to grow your business; and how to manage international teams and clients.
    If you want to know how to realize your BIG vision and how to build a social business that really makes an impact, then this episode is for you!
    LINKS MENTIONED
    www.enskolafranscratch.se
    SOCIAL MEDIA INFO
    Sanna Koritz
    Instagram: @sannakoritz Facebook: www.facebook.com/thrivingwomenentrepreneurs/ LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/sannakoritz Rebecka Koritz
    Instagram: @seeds.of.freedom Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/becka.koritz (in Swedish) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rebeckakoritz/ (in Spanish) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecka-koritz-887762102

    • 56 min
    Episode 3: Interview with Beatrice Lugano of Beatrice Lugano AB on the importance of intuition in the creative process.

    Episode 3: Interview with Beatrice Lugano of Beatrice Lugano AB on the importance of intuition in the creative process.

    CONTENT
    In this episode, I talk to Beatrice Lugano, founder and owner of Beatrice Lugano AB – a Stockholm-based coaching business that helps professionals, artists, creatives and therapists get the most out of their business with less effort – and, not the least, without the overwhelm.
    Beatrice shares her experience of running multiple creative businesses and how she has built all that goodness into her current coaching practice.
    We talk about the importance of complementing the intellect with our intuition; of following what feels joyful; and of creating a structured business framework to enhance the creative process AND reach a consistent flow of clients and income.
    Beatrice tells us how she uses the Akashic Records to help her clients reconnect with their intuition. She also touches upon Ikigai, and the importance of financial and energetical sustainability. The antidote to fears and the need to be in control, says Beatrice, is a combination of intuition, clarity, play and fun!
    If you’re looking for in-depth knowledge on how to turn your creative career into a profitable and sustainable business, then this episode is for you!
    LINKS MENTIONED
    www.beatricelugano.com
    SOCIAL MEDIA INFO
    Connect with Beatrice on Facebook or LinkedIn
    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1269833096
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/beatrice-lugano/
    Connect with Sanna Koritz on Instagram, Facebook or LinkedIn.
    https://www.instagram.com/sannakoritz/
    www.linkedin.com/in/sannakoritz
    https://www.facebook.com/sannakoritz

    • 40 min
    Episode 2: Interview with Karin Robling of Karin Robling Design Studio on quality, overdelivering and managing customer expectations.

    Episode 2: Interview with Karin Robling of Karin Robling Design Studio on quality, overdelivering and managing customer expectations.

    CONTENT
    In this episode, I talk to Karin Robling, founder and owner of Karin Robling Design Studio – a Stockholm-based company that creates solutions for exhibitions, museums and commercial interiors. In her work, Karin combines creativity and playfulness to create soul-filled settings, and the ultimate goal with her work is to engage the visitor and create an interest in her clients.
    We talk about quality. What is quality? And as a creative entrepreneur, how do you make sure that you’re delivering to the customer’s expectations? On that same theme, we’ll also be talking about overdelivering – if it’s always a good thing to strive for, or if 80% is good enough! 😊 When you’re your own boss and need to manage your time super efficiently – what makes good business sense!
    LINKS MENTIONED
    www.karinrobling.se
    SOCIAL MEDIA INFO
    Karin is currently not active on social media. : )
    To connect with me, Sanna Koritz:  
    Instagram: @sannakoritz
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sannakoritz
    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/sannakoritz

    • 40 min
    Ep 1: Interview with Interior Designer Eva-Jo Hancock of Rabalder Story Design

    Ep 1: Interview with Interior Designer Eva-Jo Hancock of Rabalder Story Design

    In this episode, I talk to Interior Designer and Owner of Rabalder Story Design - an international interior design business that creates fantastic projects for hotels, restaurants, bars and luxury attic apartments in Stockholm, Helsinki, Paris and more.
    Eva-Jo shares her thoughts on what makes for great interior design, and what makes a room commercially successful and a place that you want to keep on coming back to. 
    She also talks about how to make sure you and your client share the vision of a concept, the importance of long-term customer relations and how to ensure quality in every aspect of your work. 
    If you want to learn about how to run a successful creative business, and how to combine strategy and business sense with creativity - then this is the episode for you!
    For more information about Eva-Jo and her business, go to www.rabalderstorydesign.se or follow her @rabalderstorydesign.

    • 39 min

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