This Week in Weddings is a support group for wedding industry entrepreneurs. We're the ones behind the scenes - planning and designing the wedding, creating the invitations, baking the cakes, and taking the photos. The podcast features wedding planner Kimberly Rhodes and invitation designer Annie Roche chatting about the business of weddings with professionals in the wedding industry.
Transitioning into Coaching and Consulting
If you have an established, respected business in the wedding industry, chances are high that you've had people reach out to "pick your brain" for advice and guidance. But at what point do you go from being an open book about your process to actually monetizing it? In this week's episode of the This Week In Weddings podcast, we're chatting about making the transition into coaching and consulting, including running memberships. There are certainly things to know before jumping in head first.
Channeling Your Intuition for Entrepreneurship
It's a fresh year and for our first episode of 2021, we're talking about intuition and how you can tap into this additional sense. Do you "trust your gut" when you make a decision in life and business? Or are you ignoring your own intuition? In this week's episode of the This Week In Weddings podcast, we're chatting with a life coach all about intuition, what it is, and how we can be more aware of the intuitive hits that are coming at us.
The Ins and Outs of Instagram Guides
Just when you've figured out Instagram Reels, the social media platform changes it up with a whole new feature to figure out. Enter Instagram Guides. In this week's episode of the This Week In Weddings podcast, we're chatting with a social media educator about the newest Instagram feature and how it can be used by wedding pros to curate their content. Grab your phone and follow along as we take it step-by-step!
The Importance of Sleep for Busy Entrepreneurs
We've all heard at some point that it's important to get 8 hours of sleep each night. But for busy entrepreneurs, it's certainly not uncommon to trim back on sleep when things get busy and you need more hours in your day. In this week's episode of the This Week In Weddings podcast, we're talking to a a neurologist and sleep expert about the importance of sleep for our bodies and minds and some tips for getting more quality sleep over time.
Increasing Your Productivity with Block Scheduling
Getting all the things checked off the to do list, staying focused for extended periods of time, and wrapping up at a decent hour feeling completely accomplished and successful... sounds like a perfect work day, right? But most entrepreneurs aren't running their businesses that way and could take small steps to make each day more productive. In this week's episode , we're talking to a business coach lets us in on how block scheduling can be game changing for productivity, focus, and intention.
Selling to Multiple Decision Makers
It's certainly not uncommon for weddings to be planned by more than one person – bride and groom, bride and mom, groom and groom, bride and her bff! And when you're a wedding pro trying to sell, it's challenging to know who you need to actually sell to. In this week's episode of the This Week In Weddings podcast, we're chatting with Sam Jacobson about the best ways to sell when there are multiple people in the room, checking out your website, and potentially reading your email responses.
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The real real
Let me start off by saying I’ve been in the wedding business for almost 20 years and was introduced to this podcast last week. I LOVE it! Not only is it totally candid and relatable but I’m learning so much. Every time I listen to a podcast I walk away with actionable steps I can take in my business that make a difference. They get down to it and give you the nitty-gritty. I love the episode on Google my business. So eye-opening! And when I saw the episode on what to do when you hate your business, I laughed so hard, then immediately listened. I thought I was alone in that. Thanks for the camaraderie and community feel you’re creating. Thank you thank you thank you!
Variety is the spice of event life!
I THOROUGHLY enjoyed the insight, educated expertise and candor in this week's episode with Kawania Wooten. Crisis Management isn’t a sexy topic but it’s a necessary topic, not only due to the covid19 pandemic but beyond. So many tangible nuggets and real life scenarios that can apply and elevate each business owner that tunes in. Thanks for sharing!!
If you are in the wedding industry you need to listen
TWIW is a great listen! Kimberly & Annie are fun to listen to and provide a fabulous job in keeping it real!