A podcast that exposes the good, the bad and the ugly about entrepreneurship. From triumphs to failures, from leveling up to F-ing up, this is what it's really like to pursue your dreams and your passion.
Charlotte Entrepreneur Brian Orr
On this episode of the Advent Coworking Podcast, recorded in March 2020 prior to the COVID-19 stay-at-home order, host Erin Breeden is joined by Brian Orr. Entrepreneur, real estate investor, podcaster, and international DJ, Brian is a renaissance man with many talents and interests. His philosophy is “Earn Success Every Day.”
Skillpop's Haley Bohon
On this episode of the Advent Coworking Podcast, host Erin Breeden is joined by Haley Bohon. Haley is CEO and founder of Skillpop, a business that hosts in-person classes for participants to learn new skills. Listen as Haley discusses how she and her team shifted from in-person classes to online learning opportunities.
On this episode of the Advent Coworking Podcast, host Erin Breeden is joined by Rachel Sutherland, founder of Rachel Sutherland Communications, a public relations & marketing agency that believes everyone has a story. Listen as Rachel discusses her business and clients and the impact COVID-19 has had on her professionally and personally. And when it comes to communications strategy, remember to watch your tone.
Crowned Sparrow Craft's Stephanie Newman
Host Erin Breeden is joined by Stephanie Newman. No stranger to pivoting when it comes to her career, Stephanie is the owner of Crowned Sparrow Craft Co. Although her career began in the marketing and event planning space, Stephanie’s true passion has always been crafting and creating unique items. With COVID-19 stay-in-place restrictions, Stephanie has had to pivot her business model. Instead of bringing her signature craft classes to breweries, offices or homes, Stephanie is now hosting classes via Zoom. Listen to how this pivot has helped her through this time, but also allowed for a new revenue stream moving forward.
Fear and Uncertain Times
As our nation and our world is affected by COVID-19, the Advent Coworking Podcast will be switching up our format for the next few weeks. Our podcast will feature shorter episodes where small business owners affected by COVID-19 tell their stories. On this episode, host Erin Breeden goes from interviewer to storyteller as she tells how she leaned into fear, made a business mistake, and her thoughts about fear and strategy in a time of uncertainty.
Advent F-Up Night Part 2
On this episode of the Advent Coworking Podcast, we present our September 2019 edition of the formerly named Advent Coworking F*ck Up Night. Hear speakers Calla Hales, Marc Jacksina, and Greg Jackson discuss their personal and professional f**k ups and the lessons they learned. The theme of this event was advocates and fighters and that's exactly what the speakers are in their respective fields. The conversation was so good it needed two episodes to do it justice. Here is episode two.