Welcome back to the Ethical Entrepreneur podcast…
Welcome back to the show and this week I was honoured to have on the show a friend and someone who I first connected with back in 2014. In this episode I chat to Jo Hodson from ‘Boost Your Bowl’ and Including Cake. Jo is one of the most passionately creative people I know.
I’m super excited to have recently supported and coached her in the rebranding of her healthy toppers range.
We chat about the health food market back in 2014 and how quickly it’s grown and Jo shares some of the lessons she has learnt along the way, in being a health entrepreneur.
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What we discuss in this episode:
- How the health food industry has changed since 2014
- The rise of the healthy subscription box market
- Sometimes you need to simplify your products and ask ‘What the customer needs’.
- How to start building a community around your brand
- Staying authentic and walking your talk
- When the boundaries of work blur into life and vice versa
- Knowing when to kill a project or to boost it.
- You need to keep going back to your ‘WHY’
“Through changing how I ate, I changed how I thought. Through changing how I thought I changed how I act, through changing how I act, my whole world opened up in ways that previously had not existed for me.”
“If I’m not looking after myself, I can’t show up in my business”
“Stay curious and you’ll always keep learning”
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