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Episode 71: Managing Subscriptions, Diversifying Your Income, and Growing Your Business at the Right Pace with Stacey Trock from FreshStitches

Sharing is caring! Listen to the episode in the player, download the episode here, or subscribe on Google Play Music, iTunes, Stitcher, or TuneIn.  Stacey Trock is the owner of FreshStitches. After a technical failure during our interview at The National NeedleArts Association summer show in June, we talked over Skype about the success of her kit club …

Episode 70: Transitioning Your Business from Online to Face-to-Face, Time Management, and More with Kim Russo from Kim Dyes Yarn

Sharing is caring! Listen to the episode in the player, download the episode here, or subscribe on Google Play Music, iTunes, Stitcher, or TuneIn.  Kim Russo is the yarn dyer behind Kim Dyes Yarn. We met at The National NeedleArts Association summer show in June, and later I spent some time talking to Kim, who shared how her …

CYES061: The National NeedleArts Association (TNNA) Membership and Trade Show for Newbies with Beth Whiteside

Sharing is caring! Listen to the episode in the player, download the episode here, or subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or TuneIn. Have you considered joining The National NeedleArts Association (TNNA)? In this episode, I interview knitting teacher, designer, and tech editor, Beth Whiteside, about the benefits of membership, newly formed Business and Creative Services sector, and power tips …

Episode 27: Connecting with Your Mailing List and More with Vashti Braha

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Episode 18: 8 Best Investments I Made In My Business in 2014

In this week’s episode, I share the 8 best investments I made in my business in 2014. While the topic may seem oddly personal, I talk about why each investment added value to my business and what you might take away from the list to support your yarn-related business in 2015.

8 Best Investments I Made in My Business in 2014
1. (Improved) Web hosting
2. A (more reliable and faster) computer
3. Comfort tools
4. Monthly massage therapy
5. A (multi-functional and higher quality) tripod
6. (New) tools and training for business expansion
7. Conference (or face-to-face event) attendance
8. Time for networking with other solopreneurs

You can find show notes for today’s episode at http://creativeyarnentrepreneur.com/18.

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