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Bri Cobb is a ReBranding Expert and Digital Marketing Strategist who transitioned from a high-paying corporate career in brand management to entrepreneurship, while raising her children, nurturing her marriage and managing her household. She inspires women to embrace their desires to start and manage businesses aligned with their personal and professional experiences. She also encourages them to know they can shape their entrepreneurial journeys. Bri earned an MBA in Marketing Management and has cultivated a career in brand management and has a thriving business in the online marketing space.

Entrepreneurship is a Bitch Podcast Entrepreneurship is a Bitch Podcast

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Bri Cobb is a ReBranding Expert and Digital Marketing Strategist who transitioned from a high-paying corporate career in brand management to entrepreneurship, while raising her children, nurturing her marriage and managing her household. She inspires women to embrace their desires to start and manage businesses aligned with their personal and professional experiences. She also encourages them to know they can shape their entrepreneurial journeys. Bri earned an MBA in Marketing Management and has cultivated a career in brand management and has a thriving business in the online marketing space.

    I Don't Work For Free. Do You?

    I Don't Work For Free. Do You?

    Working for free in the early stage of your business is common, but shouldn't be. Many service businesses offer free consultations and are essentially working for clients and giving away strategic ideas at no cost in the hopes of building their businesses. It doesn't have to be this way.

    On this episode, I share personal stories of how I handled the free consultation early in my business and offer helpful, useful advice to advance your business.

    Take a listen and let me know what you think. Let's chat at:

    Facebook: @entrepreneurshipisabitch
    Instagram: @entrepreneurshipisabitch

    Thanks for listening!

    P.S. If you enjoyed this episode, it would be great if you could leave a review. Select ‘Listen in Apple Podcasts,’ then choose the ‘Ratings and Reviews’ tab to share your thoughts. I'd be so appreciative.

    Have an idea for a business, but need help to get it launched? The Idea to Launch 10-week Intensive Course may be just what you need. We'll start your digital imprint, develop your brand, design your integrated website and plan your launch. Visit http://ideatolaunchcourse.com for details.

    • 17 min
    Will You Cower or Will You Thrive?

    Will You Cower or Will You Thrive?

    Now is not the time to give up on you. If you still want the business you've built, stay the course. Do not succumb to fear during this cruel pandemic that we're all living through.

    On this episode, you'll hear four examples of how local businesses are dealing with our unique situation. Here are a few items I address:

    - How to keep loyal clients loyal.
    - How to adjust to a new normal.
    - How fear can give birth to creativity.

    Take a listen and let me know what you think. I'd also love to know how you're dealing with the new state of business. Let's chat at:

    Facebook: @entrepreneurshipisabitch
    Instagram: @entrepreneurshipisabitch

    Thanks for listening!

    P.S. If you enjoyed this episode, it would be great if you could leave a review. Select ‘Listen in Apple Podcasts,’ then choose the ‘Ratings and Reviews’ tab to share your thoughts. I'd be so appreciative.

    • 33 min
    You have not because you ask not.

    You have not because you ask not.

    Is getting what you want really as simple as asking for what you want? I think so; but only if there's clarity. When you give serious consideration to something, you think it through and become specific in your ask. You then become focused and every action step you take towards that goal gets you closer to achieving it. This applies to both your personal and business lives.

    Check out this episode and learn how Steve Harvey has motivated many to list their asks, with the intent of elevating their lives.

    I hope you enjoyed this episode. If you did, I'd love it if you subscribe and leave a review in the "Ratings and Reviews" tab. Much appreciated!

    P.S. Let's chat on Instagram (@entrepreneurshipisabitch) to discuss your thoughts and AHAs.

    • 20 min
    Multi-level Marketing (MLM): The controversial and polarizing business model that appeals to many.

    Multi-level Marketing (MLM): The controversial and polarizing business model that appeals to many.

    The multi-level marketing business model is popular, yet controversial. In many cases, it is preferred to a traditional business. People choose MLMs as a business because of the support they receive in the form of marketing and business development training. MLMs provide a formula to follow to increase the rate of success. However, there are many people who are not in favor of this model. They don't view it as a "real business".

    In this episode, I explore the reasons why it is so appealing. I also interview Jenna Abbott, a powerhouse in Sacramento, CA who runs a successful environmental consulting business, is a short-term rental hostess of an Airbnb know as The Green Door Guest House, and is a Rodan + Fields Independent Consultant. She loves every aspect of how she has designed her business life. But, this interview will focus on her R+F business. Listen in as Jenna shares how she got her start, and why she added R+F to her portfolio of businesses.

    If you've conducted your research and decided that an MLM business model is not right for you, but a traditional business is, know that you are not alone. I've established Ask-an-MBA (www.ask-an-mba.com) for entrepreneurs who want access to Marketing, Branding and digital Advertising expertise at the time it's needed. If you're challenged with executing marketing programs for growth and you find yourself longing for a few minutes with a marketing and branding expert to get your questions answered, this is for you. It's a great alternative for entrepreneurs who are not ready to commit to long-term coaching or masterminds. Ask-an-MBA offers 90-minute sessions of Marketing, Branding and digital Advertising (MBA) expertise just for you.

    If you're interested in connecting with Jenna regarding Rodan + Fields here is her contact info:
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenna.abbott.3
    Email: jennaaabbott@gmail.com

    I hope you enjoy this episode! If you do, I'd love it if you subscribe and leave a review in the "Ratings and Reviews" tab. Much appreciated!


    P.S. Let's chat on Instagram (@entrepreneurshipisabitch) to discuss your thoughts and learnings.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    When You Fail, Recover Quickly and Pivot.

    When You Fail, Recover Quickly and Pivot.

    Like many solopreneurs, Markisha Velazquez wears many hats in her business, Junior Baby Hatter. For this modern millinery for dads and their baby boys, Markisha is the designer, overseer of pattern making, overseer of production, marketer and business manager. Yet, her passion for her fashion business has not waned.

    During this interview, Markisha shares:

    - her transition from costume designer to entrepreneur.
    - how giving birth changed her and her focus.
    - the source of her inspiration for Junior Baby Hatter.

    She imparts a bit of wisdom for emerging entrepreneurs. Listen up to find out about her gems. They'll help you, while you tread your path.

    If you're looking for the most adorable father and son hats for your men, check out Markisha's collections at https://juniorbabyhatter.us/

    I hope you enjoy this episode! If you do, I'd love it if you subscribe and leave a review in the "Ratings and Reviews" tab. Much appreciated!

    P.S. Let's chat on Instagram (@entrepreneurshipisabitch)to discuss your thoughts and learnings.

    • 40 min
    A Little Nip and A Little Tuck May Just be What the Doctor Prescribes

    A Little Nip and A Little Tuck May Just be What the Doctor Prescribes

    Aging can be a bitch. Let's admit that not everyone ages gracefully. Many people look in the mirror and identify all of the areas that are deemed to be flaws. But the thought of having facial treatments resulting in the pulled face of yesteryear or today's balloon face is not appealing. Your opinion of how to approach aging may change once you meet New York based plastic surgeon, Dr. Sonita Sadio.

    Dr. Sadio has built a successful, private, members-only practice specializing in facial aesthetics. The setting for her exclusive practice is one that is welcoming and comforting and has an Ivy League club feel versus the traditional, clinical, sterile environment. Her practice is so discrete that there isn't any signage identifying her business, simply a non-descriptive logo. So, if you're in the know, then you know.

    She brings a European model to the U.S., with minimally invasive treatments, to maintain one's natural look. She customizes plans for each patient based on their specific needs.

    Dr. Sadio proves that designing a business you love is actually possible. Just because it hasn't been done, doesn't mean it can't be done.

    Listen to the interview and check out how this Ivy League trained surgeon initially built her practice and client base, serving both women and men.

    Enjoy!

    For women: http://www.subrosas.com/
    For men: http://drsonitasadio.com/

    P.S. If you enjoyed this episode, I would love it if you review it on iTunes or SoundCloud, rate it and subscribe to it! I would be forever grateful!

    • 1 hr 4 min

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