Welcome to another amazing segment of our "Marriage of Mindset & Marketing" episode on the podcast. Remember our focus is being able to show the relationship between mindset and marketing with an emphasis of the importance of them working together for success. I call them "The Successful Happy Couple".
Meet our anonymous business owner (she couldn't be on the show at the last minute but the show must go on!). She is an Online Business Manager and handles the day-to-day operations of other businesses while looking for ways to increase efficiency and prepare the business for scaling.
Meet Camille Telicia who is a transformational coach based in Atlanta, GA and is the founder of The Intentional Goddess, a company dedicated to supporting women’s healing. Camille is passionate about empowering women to take their healing into their own hands, and does this through providing coaching, facilitating workshops & events, creating waistbeads, adornments, and other products, as well as teaching virtual classes, some of which are currently available on Activate U Now University.
She is the author of the book, Shut the Stuff Up, a personal development book designed to help readers shut down the fears, false stories, and limiting beliefs that hold them hostage from their goals.
Meet Kat Sturtz is affectionately known as known as The Purgatory Relief Coach for People Who Think Marketing Is Hell for her ability to help small business owners quickly move past obstacles that had kept them trapped in despair. She's the founder of 56 Vibes Services and RockingYourPath.com, plus hosts Fast Action Fridays, a weekly interview series. She is a Business Life Mentor and Marketing Coach.
Listen in as we hear how Camille and Kat would coach with our anonymous business owner if she were present on the call to bring about changes and transformation for her business.
Camille’s business and social media:
- Camille’s website
- Camille Telicia on Facebook
- Camille Telicia on Instagram
- Camille’s Free Gift – E-Workbook
Kat’s business and social media: