What would you do if you could not fail? Studio 78 is a podcast for creative entrepreneurs (artist, makers, educators, coaches, curators, designers, etc.) who want to learn how to make money from their passion.
The studio is filled with stories from everyday females with extraordinary stories of entrepreneurship. They share how they’ve achieved success through personal and self-development, productivity, marketing, and determination.
Nache Snow encourages you to find and pursue your passion through self-discovery, positive mindset, hard work, and just GETTING STARTED! Prepare to be inspired and walk away with actionable steps to do the thing you've always wanted to do.
Setting Goals for 2021 + Journal Notebooks + Email Funnel Tips
We discuss what we thought we were going to accomplish in 2020 and what really happened. We also reflect on what we learned about ourselves during the pandemic and the importance of doing what you want to do and figuring out how you want to show up.
Some of our goals include making and selling our physical and digital planners. We have a robust discussion on what we need to do in 2021, like creating video funnels.
Show notes: https://nachesnow.com/123
Switching from In-Person to Virtual Workshops + Tips for Growing a Calligraphy Business
Amanda Reid discusses how she balances being a physical therapist and calligrapher, why she founded the Calligraphers of Color group, how she developed her pricing, and the importance of marketing. Additionally, Amanda is the queen of creating an experience with her workshops, and she shares with us her process for creating and running them.
Show Notes: NacheSnow.com/122
Tips from UPPERCASE Founder on Running a Successful Magazine
Janine Vangool chats about how hard work, taking risks, and perseverance allowed her to build a successful magazine. We discuss why she prefers smaller more intimate communities, her creative process, and how she stays organized. Additionally, she shares why her subscription model allows her to create content specifically for her readers without having to cater to advertisers.
Show Notes: nachesnow.com/121
Doing What You Love While Also Giving Back to the Community
Heidi Nielson discusses why she chose to be a lawyer by day and an artist during her “off” hours. We discuss how the 100 Day Project gave her momentum, the importance of being intentional with your business, and why setting clear goals are important. We also chat about how she’s been able to use her art to celebrate and support lawyers of color, to include partnering with others to support funds for future attorneys.
Show Notes: NacheSnow.com/120
Making Hard Business and Life Choices During the Pandemic
In this episode, Alana Rivera discusses why she chose to move her life and skincare business from San Fran to Ventura. She walks us through the challenges of reestablishing business connections in a new city virtually, sending her son to childcare, and overcoming supply chain issues. We also discuss the importance of constantly communicating with your customers, making tough personnel decisions, and tips for mentally staying afloat during these unusual times.
Show notes: NacheSnow.com
Believe in Yourself and Your Business—Just Start
The owner of Big Girl Press, Chandra Osann, discusses why she decided to open up an Etsy shop in 2020 to sell hand-lettered products. We discuss her research process, product selection, and the process of choosing a print company. She chats about getting help from others and the importance of having a positive mindset and believing in yourself.
Show Notes: nachesnow.com/118
Customer ReviewsSee All
This was so fulfilling! This inspired me so much as I was packaging up my own skincare products. Keep manifesting and thriving in everything you do. Now I have to look for more episodes because I’m hook!
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Nache lets her curious mind lead
Really enjoying the guests on the show and Nache’s interview style. The show explores the various degrees of art and business with artists with different backgrounds. It’s fun to listen to their journeys and see how everyone finds their fit.
Kali Williams, kalirally.com
I want to be like Nache when I grow up (and I think we’re about the same age!). She’s just so positive (in a realistic way). Just love her.