20: Slow living and work, pivoting your brand, and celebrating women entrepreneurship and creativity with Chelsea Sonksen of Bossladies Magazine and Eredita
You are in for such a treat today. I got to sit down with my dear friend Chelsea Sonksen, founder of Bossladies Magazine. Chelsea is a talented writer, community builder, and someone who I very much look up to as a mentor and friend. Her brand, Bossladies, has attracted a loyal community and has featured some of the most talented creatives and entrepreneurs across the country. I am constantly inspired by Chelsea and her thoughtful approach to work— I know you will gain so much from this episode.
In this episode, we discuss:
How and why she started Bossladies
What Chelsea learned from interviewing over 100 women for the magazine
How Chelsea defines success
The story behind Work Sesh, her weekly gathering of entrepreneurial women
The importance of community in entrepreneurship
Chelsea’s experience working with her life partner
How her brand is pivoting and evolving
Building a visually appealing brand
Chelsea’s “please stop shouting” approach to marketing
They way Chelsea is changing her relationship to work
Chelsea’s approach to slow, thoughtful living
How and when to center money in your business
All the deets:
Hop over to Bossladies to see Chelsea’s work, sign up for Work Sesh, and order previous editions of the (gorgeous) magazine.
Say hi to Chelsea over on Instagram at @bossladiesmagazine, and keep an eye there for details about Eredita’s launch in Spring 2019.
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