Hosted by Tori Kopke, here to answer questions from the audience across an array of topics. Starting with a mini marketing series that has now lead to episodes covering work life balance, future proofing your business, juggling the holiday pressure and more. This podcast is an oasis for rural business listeners looking for somewhere to fit in, in the fast paced digital landscape.
How to have staying power in an industry
I am 8 years into business and the business I am running today is completely different to the business I started. Not only have I weathered the storms and trends of the online industry, I have also gone through two maternity leaves and I have learnt so much.
In today's episode I am going to talk about how to have staying power in an industry. People can blow into the industry with unethical marketing practices and wild false promises. But if you are going to have staying power in an industry, you need to have a solid promise that you can back up.
Systems and streamlining with Meredith Nowlan
Today we are joined by Organised Queen Meredith Nowlan, founder of The regional OBM.
Meredith is a book lover, mum to three girls, a Systems Strategist, and an Online Business Manager who is stoked to be supporting rural and regional women in business.
In this episode, Meredith shares a few of her secrets in how to balance business and parenthood without the chaos. Meredith also breaks down the role of an Online Business Manager and how you may utilise one in your business. She also discusses her favourite systems she uses.
Podcasting for your business with Kirsten Diprose
Today we are joined by Kirsten Diprose founder of Rural Podcasting Co.
Kirsten Diprose is a communications specialist, podcaster and farmer based on a sheep and cropping property near Caramut, in south-west Victoria.
Drawing from her rich media background, we'll explore Kirsten's inspiring journey as she embarked on the path of podcasting, leading to the birth of Rural Podcasting Co. Additionally, Kirsten shares invaluable insights and practical tips for those eager to embark on their own podcasting journey.
Making fashion accessible and sustainable with Julia O'Connell
Today we are joined by Julia O'Connell from Julia O'Connell Styling who is based on her family farm in the Riverina, NSW.
Julia is a qualified personal stylist and is here to help mums rediscover their style, feel confident in their body, and build the wardrobe they love to wear while juggling the challenges rural women face. She is proud to work a little differently in the bush.
NO trend chasing. NO huge walk-in closet. NO bottomless bank account.
The 'how' of a seamless launch during harvest
Harvest is my busiest time of the year, so naturally, that would make it a terrible time to open the doors and launch The Power Project. But I did it anyway. This week listen in to hear how I juggle harvest with mum duties all the while launching my Mastermind as seamlessly as possible.
Balancing the now with the future
This week I talk about the balancing act of juggling ambition with the everyday struggles of day-to-day life. Maybe it's wanting to achieve the goal of a 6 or 7-figure business while tip-toeing through the daily tribulations of motherhood. Hear ways you can find that middle ground without letting it get too messy or feeling too overwhelmed.
Found this just in time!
Vacation rentals in a remote area can be challenging and our business is 100% online. Now more than ever, this podcast has helped me understand what I need to do rather than just wait for things to happen.
Where has this been my whole life?!
This podcast is a must for any small business owner. What a great listen!
A fun way to learn
The information is presented in a very easy to understand format. It is a good listen and amazing how in depth it is without getting too complicated. Stuff I can actually apply to my business.