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001 – The Podcast Pilot
Sometimes you just have to start. Do the thing. Forget perfection. That's what we did here.
002 – Start with Be
"Start with why" is great advice when working on your marketing message. But when it comes to working on your business or trying to improve your quality of life — start with be.
003 – How to Run an Airbnb from Your Basement (and Find Contentment) with John Hopple
In our first official interview, we sit down with full-time Airbnb Host, John Hopple, in his home in (East) West Asheville.
004 – Gillie Roberts of Ware on How to Open a Small Retail Shop (and Be Sustainable, Too)
In this episode, we interview Gillie Roberts, founder and owner of Ware – a sustainable lifestyle store located in the heart of Asheville.
005 – What We Wish We Had Known Before Moving to Asheville
What surprised us most about the move, insight we've learned about the city, and strategies we have for settling in.
006 – From Dishwasher to Chef de Cuisine with Derek Herre
The Rhubarb's Head Chef shares some thoughts on what it takes to rise in the restaurant industry.
007 – Growing A Wedding Planning Business with Nikki Sciurba of Carolina Love Events
In this episode, we go behind the scenes with Nikki to talk about how she has grown her wedding planning business from a company of one to six.
008 – A Lesson on Finding Your Own Creative Style (and Business Niche) with Sarah Hooker
In this episode, we interview Sarah Hooker, the one-woman show behind two niche photography businesses located in Asheville: Sarah Hooker Photography and Virago Boudoir.
009 – The Art of Butchery and How to Make Better Meat Eating Decisions with PJ Jackson of The Chop Shop Butchery
In this episode, we interview PJ Jackson, co-owner of The Chop Shop Butchery in Asheville, North Carolina.
010 – The Paradox of Independence
In our tenth podcast episode, we take a break from interviewing Asheville locals and share a conversation around the theme of independence while owning a business.
011 – The Evolution of a Cake Artist with Melissa Gray
Melissa Gray (you know her as the founder and artist behind Cakes by Gray) tells us how she started and grew her cake business in Asheville.
012 – On Selling Time and Building a Luxury Concierge Service with Kara Candler of Tick Tock Concierge
Founder of Tick Tock Concierge, Kara Candler tells us how she started and grew her luxury concierge business and why she believes time is the most important asset we have.
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