Accomplish More Podcast
About This Show
The Accomplish More podcast is created specifically for the small business owner who doesn't think small. Being a small business owner or a solopreneur is rewarding, but certainly not without its challenges. Being small doesn't mean that our impact, our reach, nor our profits should be small.
I'm Gayla Scrivener, a small business owner myself who works with small businesses and I'll be your host.
I hope the show will create a community where we share our challenges and celebrate our accomplishments while instilling inspiration and motivation to help all of us grow our businesses beyond our expectations.
Tune in each week for practical ideas, hints, tips, and tricks to help you grow your small business where you can leverage your time and accomplish more.
I encourage you to contact me with questions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for listening. I hope you enjoy the show!
Most Recent Episode
#028 - Defining Your Personal Brand
3 days ago
Early in my career, I was taught to dress for the job I wanted, not the job I had. I didn't quite understand it then, but over the years I learned how important personal branding really is. Whether you call it your signature style or your go-to professional look, how much thought are you putting into marketing yourself effectively using the subtle clues of your wardrobe and communication? Personal branding isn’t a new idea by any means but seems to have been lost over the years. It’s not just about dressing professional, it’s also about speaking confidently and conveying your thoughts and ideas effectively. I'm excited to welcome back Kandice Alexander and Michele Rickman as we dive right into this subject. Kandace and Michele share how personal branding isn't stripping away your personality but rather builds a professional look with your own individuality. Don’t miss Kandice and Michele's upcoming Show Them What You Know event on May 5th. To learn more about this event and their other personal branding events, email Michele at email@example.com.