#003 How To Be A Successful Multi-Passionate Entrepreneur

Wanting to jump into entrepreneurship? Not sure where to start or how to build something from nothing? This is the episode for you!




Bridget helps us discover how to take the opportunities we have in business and be successful...all while juggling motherhood. As a mama to Ava, 9 and Royce, 3, she is familiar with the ups and downs of building a business, or in her case, multiple businesses all while trying to balance daily life with littles. She breaks down her tried and true methods for setting yourself up for success from the beginning and talks about how building a community instead of competition is incredibly important to your success. She lovingly refers to herself as a “boutiquing chicken farmer” and if that has you scratching your head a little, then you’ll definitely want to join in on this conversation to find out more.


In this conversation, we covered:


  • Being a mom with young kids and building multiple businesses

  • How to make the most of every opportunity and figuring things out as you go

  • Safe-gaurding yourself and your business from the beginning

  • Having an open mind about your business opportunities and not putting yourself in a box

  • Problem solving in a crisis to grow your business and build your brand

  • Surrounding yourself with both like-minded entrepreneurs and people outside your industry

  • Being authentic and genuine with your business

  • Not giving up when things don’t seem to be working out




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