The Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast delivers actionable advice and insight from real jewelry makers who are actively growing their online businesses. They can be found on Etsy, Shopify, Amazon Handmade, as well as other handcrafted jewelry marketplace favorites. The show isn’t about helping you get rich overnight or about selling you a fancy jewelry business course, guru system, or bootcamp. We keep it real and share what it’s like for real jewelry business owners. No sugar-coating. Some are part-time and simply use jewelry as a creative outlet while others have made jewelry a full-time career. Jewelryosophy 360 is one of the fastest growing free communities where results-oriented jewelry makers can come to get and receive encouragement. Whether you are just starting your jewelry business or have been making and selling jewelry for years, Jewelryosophy 360 is your free resource for jewelry education, community, and tools. The Jewelryosophy 360 podcast, hosted by Ayana Miller, is an extension of that community. We bring you real jewelry business owners, instructors, tips, and insights to help you grow your jewelry business and explore your passion. You won’t find any self-proclaimed gurus or overnight success stories here. We only feature real-life jewelry makers who are at the bench and actively working on their jewelry passions. Be sure to check out Jewelryosophy360.com for guides, articles, and tutorials and start connecting with like-minded community members for free. It doesn’t matter whether you are a jewelry hobbyist, teacher, part-time jewelry business owner, or full-time goldsmith- the Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast will help you achieve your goals and fuel your jewelry making passions!
Bringing Makeup Artistry to Jewelry Making
Elina started documenting her makeup looks online and garnered a huge following. Combined with her interest in art and jewelry, she started selling her pieces and the rest is history!
Going from Hobbyist to Full-time Jewelry Maker
Karmela is an international-based jewelry maker who has garnered an impressive jewelry client following in a significantly short amount of time.
Growing Your Jewelry Biz With a Virtual Assistant
Danielle is a creative turned serial business owner. When she realized that other creatives had a missing piece of their business puzzle, she set out to fill that need.
Using YouTube To Skyrocket Your Jewelry Business
On today's show, we'll talk with Patrick Adair. Patrick is the owner of Adair Designs and Patrick Adair Supplies. Patrick also recently launched a Kickstarter that is projected to hit $200k+. However, the majority of his income comes from our own organic (unpaid) social media content.
Patrick has over 600k subscribers on YouTube, and over 100k followers on Instagram. His fanbase is highly engaged and has an exceptional ability to turn viewers into customers.
What's Working NOW to Sell Jewelry Online
On this episode, we'll talk with Tracy Matthews. Tracy is the Chief Visionary Officer and Creative Director of Flourish & Thrive Academy. Through coaching and programs, Flourish & Thrive Academy has helped tens of thousands of jewelry makers get the customers of their dreams and keep them.
Preparing for the Next generation of Jewelry
Travis is a metalsmith who has beat the odds to manage a jewelry business of his dreams.
A Great Way to Connect with the Jewelry Community!
Jewelryosophy 360 is a great podcast focused on the aspects of starting and running a small jewelry business. Ayana’s selection of guests and questions have provided insightful tips and tricks as well as inspiration! It has led me to connections in the larger jewelry community, which is so valuable to growth.
Jewelers worldwide unite!
Found this podcast through a recommendation and I have been binge listening for the last two days. It is so great to hear stories of people that is or was on the same path I am right now. I don’t feel so isolated anymore ❤️ Thank you for creating this space!!!
Thank you for this podcast! Your discussion of the industry in Australia is really interesting as a jeweler based in NYC. Totally different challenges.