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Honey & Hustle

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Honey & Hustle is a video podcast featuring conversations with creative entrepreneurs, small business owners, and non-profit founders in North Carolina. On this show, you can expect vulnerability, motivation, laughs, and candid discussions about what it takes to pursue meaningful work that makes a positive impact. This is where storytelling and entrepreneurship collide to give you a real-world MBA that feels like a movie. Grab some popcorn, a pad, and your favorite pen. Rated "CEO." Hosted and produced by Angela Hollowell. 

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Desmond Wiggan is the founder of BatteryXChange, a Charlotte tech startup that has quickly expanded its reach across the state. Raised in North Carolina with strong ties to his Jamaican roots, he's had some incredible life and work experiences that have helped him become a strong salesman with a strong vision. From Pepsi to China to Charlotte, his journey is the reason why he's the founder successfully raising a series C round of funding. While it's unlikely that you'll be able to directly replicate this whirlwind of experiences, you will learn how sales, creativity, and confidence when pitching can allow you to grow and scale a successful venture. Tech is anything but boring or monotonous in this episode.Find out more about what Desmond is building with BatteryXChange at: https://www.batteryxchange.co/---Join Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
Kasem Rodriguez Mohsen is one of the co-founders of Equilibrium Ventures, a venture capital fund based in Winston-Salem, NC. Venture capital isn't typically a space where minority founders are successful, and not all funders have been entrepreneurs themselves. I was super interested in Kasem's perspective on business funding, as he's been a serial entrepreneur who's had 3 exits (aka sold his businesses). This intimate conversation on our relationships with money, innovation, ourselves, each other, and the future of raising capital is one that left me with contentment and admiration for his journey. I wanted to honor his lived experience, successes, and failures. I know you'll receive notes of motivation and encouragement while hearing him share his wisdom.---Join Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
Shannon Healy is the founder and owner of Alley Twenty Six, a staple cocktail bar in downtown Durham. This James Beard Award nominee and restaurant owner shared his journey to creating and sustaining this bar from day 1 to now. We talked about how the bar got its name, the evolution of the food and alcohol scene in downtown Durham, and his North Star – investing in educating his customers and employees while selfishly creating something cool that everyone can feel a part of. If you're a food entrepreneur looking to get creative with crafting the ultimate customer experience, this episode is for you. So pour yourself a drink (non-alcoholic and mocktail options are also valid!) and enjoy the laughs and expertise in this interview. ---Join Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
In this special financial roundtable episode of Honey & Hustle, I am joined by Andrea Inoken and Corey Barbour to discuss grant funding and securing commercial loans. While offering free money to businesses, grants can be highly competitive. Entrepreneurs should align their business with organizations that match their industry or geographical location to enhance their chances of securing grants successfully. Grants also often come with post-award reporting obligations. Entrepreneurs must understand the reporting expectations and be ready to demonstrate how the grant funds were utilized and the impact they had on the business.Corey emphasized the importance of evaluating their capacity to repay the loan and the character of the borrower. Understanding your cash flow and financial position is essential before taking on debt. This aligns with the idea of being prepared to answer questions about how the loan will be repaid and demonstrating a track record of responsible financial behavior. Want to learn more? Find Cadence Cash and Barbour Companies online at https://cadencecash.com/ and https://www.barbourcompanies.com/. ---Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
In this episode with Henry Woodbridge, founder of the Mapt app, we discuss nontraditional paths to education for high school seniors. We dive into the challenges of college decision-making and the importance of informed choices. This ed-tech founder is creating software solutions to empower students navigating the college admissions and scholarship application processes. By offering tools for self-reflection, campus exploration, and fundamental education about college applications, the app guides students toward making informed decisions aligned with their academic and personal goals. There are a lot of different pathways to education that aren't necessarily four-year degrees. In addition to his app, we talked about angel investors, how we met his co-founders, and being a sober entrepreneur.Submit a Question: honeyandhustlerdu@gmail.comJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
In this episode of Honey and Hustle, I speak with Deshawn Brown, co-founder of Coworks, an app that powers coworking spaces. We discuss how coworking spaces can facilitate business growth and the importance of in-person collaboration. Deshawn shares his own experiences as a coworking space member and highlights the pain points that led to the creation of Coworks. Tune in to learn more about the benefits of coworking and how it can help take your business to the next level!Find out more about Coworks at: https://www.coworks.com/---Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
In this episode of Honey & Hustle, I interview Taylor Adams, the founder of Scrapped Productions. We discuss the importance of maintaining creative integrity while pivoting your niche or purpose. Taylor shares his journey from working in the athletic department at North Carolina State University to starting his own production company. The conversation also touches on the term "content creator" and its implications. We argue that not all creative work should be labeled as "content," as it diminishes the value and uniqueness of different artistic mediums. Find Taylor's work at: https://www.scraptproductions.com/----Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
Changing things up a bit today with a solo episode! I'm sharing 12 ways you can grow your creative business this year. These are strategies, habits, and tactics that I use in my own business and that can prove helpful across different creative and entrepreneurial disciplines.Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
In this episode of Honey and Hustle, I speak with Stephanie Reed, the founder of Aspire2Higher. Stephanie shares how she is bringing together hip-hop, higher education, and lasting career change. The conversation explores the importance of diversity and inclusion in the workforce and how Stephanie's business helps people connect their passions and values to their careers. Tune in to learn more about this innovative approach to career development!----Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
Chisa Pennix-Brown is the founder of Lady Bizness and Give It to the People. We talked about the origin of the name Lady Bizness (it's probably what you think), how she separated her business persona from her personal brand, and how she started Give it to the People with her husband. Between laughs, I got to hear about her approach to forming genuine connections and relationships. She's a speaker, event curator, and author who brought raw honesty to our conversation. If you listen closely, you can hear the connection between knowing who you are, what you want, and attracting opportunities with ease. Find her next event at https://www.giveittothepeople.com/Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
In this episode, I speak with serial entrepreneur Angela Salamanca about her journey of starting businesses as an immigrant. Learn how Angela turned her labor of love into a legacy of inclusion with ventures like Gallo Pelon, Centro, and Ex-Voto. Discover how necessity drives creativity, leading many immigrants to entrepreneurship out of a need for financial stability. Angela emphasizes the importance of inclusivity, community building, and shared experiences as key values for creating her legacy. Creating spaces where everyone feels safe and welcomed is crucial for people to be their best selves. From her restaurants to her annual 5K run on Dia de los Muertos, she shares how intimacy plays a role in community building. I was shocked to learn that with her experience as a restaurateur, she still is having trouble securing a business loan (SBA loans seem particularly difficult). From running to cooking, this conversation covers a lot of vulnerable topics. I hope you enjoy this wild ride!Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
In this episode of Honey and Hustle, I interview Ryan O'Donnell, co-founder of EmployUs, a company that has since been acquired by Hireology. Ryan shares his experience of selling his company and provides insights on how others can do the same. Ryan shares how he had to relinquish control and trust a larger team after the acquisition. Listeners will learn valuable insights on selling a company and the great things (and challenges) that come with it. Listeners will learn about the transition from being a small team to having a larger organization, the importance of relinquishing control, and the value of having experts in specialized roles. Don't miss this conversation with a Guinness World Record holder turned successful entrepreneur!---Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
As a first-generation college graduate, keynote speaker, podcaster, and founder of multiple businesses, Dr. Evingerlean Blakney shared her incredible journey of becoming a serial entrepreneur.We delved into the unique challenges faced by first-generation college students, particularly at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs). Dr. Blakney opened up about her personal experiences, including the loss of her grandfather during her first year of college and the internal struggles of choosing a major and planning for the future. Dr. Blakney's story is a testament to the power of resilience and adaptability. She discussed the realities of entrepreneurship, including the highs and lows, the financial challenges, and the need for persistence. We also explored the concept of diversifying income streams, both as an entrepreneur and as an employee. Find her online at: https://www.evingerleanworldwide.com/----Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
In this insightful episode of Honey and Hustle, I had the pleasure of speaking with Ed Ross, the founder of Core AI. Our conversation delved into the nuances of authentic leadership and the transformative power of effective communication in the workplace. Ed emphasized that time does not equate to experience or expertise, and that individuals should be encouraged to lead in areas where they excel. We explored the importance of storytelling in presentations and how it can make information more memorable and engaging. Ed provided valuable insights into how every conversation, whether it's with a large audience or a one-on-one interaction, counts towards building relationships and influencing others.A particularly touching story was shared about Ed's mentor, Connie, who played a pivotal role as a sponsor in his career by providing support and opportunities for growth. This story highlighted the difference between a manager, a mentor, and a sponsor, and the profound impact a sponsor can have on an individual's professional journey.We also touched on the challenges faced by Black founders in raising capital and how Ed has navigated this landscape with the support of angel investors and strategic partnerships. The episode concluded with a rapid-fire Q&A session, where Ed shared his indispensable business tool, his alternative career choice (which is none, as he loves what he does), and a description of his brand, which is all about authenticity and helping others.Find him online at: https://michiganmanchester.com----Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
In this episode of the podcast, I sit down with Nish Evans, the founder of Lennox & Grae. Nish is a real estate investor and general contractor who is shaping Durham's skyline one building at a time. Nish shares her journey from banking to venture capital to real estate development, highlighting the importance of curiosity and being open to new opportunities. She discusses the strategic planning behind her projects, including the intentional placement of women-owned and black-owned businesses in historically significant areas of Durham. Nish also emphasizes the need for collective prosperity and the importance of incorporating technology into the construction industry. Throughout the conversation, Nish's confidence and determination shine through, as she navigates challenges and learns from her experiences. ----Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
In this episode of Honey and Hustle, I'm joined by Charles Inoken, the co-founder of Cadence Cash. We discuss the connection between equity and access to business capital. Charles shares his journey in finance and how he realized the importance of equal access to capital for education, health, and ownership. Cadence Cash provides access to experts who can offer guidance on topics such as creating financial statements, developing a compelling fundraising story, and understanding the key requirements and regulations that impact a business. The goal is to help entrepreneurs organize their businesses and acquire the necessary knowledge and documents to engage with institutions and venture capital funds. Additionally, the episode emphasizes the advantage of having a partner to bounce ideas off of and analyze risks when starting a business. Charles and his team of family members aim to equip individuals with information and expand their reach to provide better access to capital and form partnerships with financial institutions. Learn more about Cadence Cash at: https://cadencecash.com/----Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
In this special bonus episode of the Honey & Hustle podcast, Dane Cardiel, the founder of GoodTape and a member of the Gumball team shares his perspective on community fractures in podcasting and discusses the importance of innovation in marketing efforts. We recorded this episode at Resonate Podcast Festival, the perfect backdrop for this conversation about podcasting and podcast monetization. We delve into the importance of understanding the depth of audience affinity to a show in the podcast industry. While downloads can indicate the scale of a show, they may not be the best metric for determining the audience's affinity. Advertisers really want to know if an ad campaign effectively reaches the audience and if that audience converts. We raise the question of whether there is a resurgence of physical media, such as vinyl records and cassette tapes, and how this may impact the podcasting industry. This conversation truly highlights the historical overlap between print and audio, and the desire for a separate and tangible media experience. Dane shares how the skills and knowledge gained in newspaper journalism can be applied to audio production and storytelling. If you're interested in checking out the first edition of Good Tape, you can check it out here: https://goodtape.com/-----Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/
It’s not often I get to record a conversation with a friend just because, but I’m happy I recorded this one with Flo Lumsden. Maybe you’ve heard of her? She’s the founder of Chorus Studios and co-host of the Why Raleigh? Podcast. We talked about:creating branded B2B podcastssome of our favorite video podcastsdigital tools and platforms we’re using and playing around withAnd probably a lot more because we were just relaxing and talking shop. Tell me if you'd like more casual talks like this! I’d like to do more casual founder talks that aren’t necessarily about any one thing in particular, just breaking down how we’re trying to build our creative businesses. ---Submit a Question: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/questionJoin Our Community on Substack: https://pleasehustleresponsibly.substack.com/Use Our Affiliate Links: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/digitaltoolsSponsor The Podcast: https://www.honeyandhustle.co/sponsorsBuy The Interview Workbook for Storytellers: https://www.blurb.com/b/11662269-interview-workbook-for-storytellersSubscribe To Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/AngelaHollowellFollow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/honeyandhustleConnect With Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelahollowell/Mentioned in this episode:Join the Community on Substack!Our Substack has free and paid options for our beloved podcast audience! On the free tier, you'll get access to our podcast articles, YouTube videos, and curated creator economy news directly into your inbox. As a paid member here on Substack, you’ll get access to behind-the-scenes outtakes, exclusive episodes, aftershow thoughts, and our community group chat. Subscribe to support the show: www.honeyandhustle.co/community
In this special recap episode, we cover the highlights of Honey & Hustle's biggest season yet. With 44 interviews, the podcast crosses the 100-episode milestone and garners over 10,000 combined views and streams. Angela shares her personal journey as a host, discusses the season's recurring themes like entrepreneurship, team leadership, and mental health, and teases what to expect in the upcoming Season 4.Key Takeaways:The podcast has reached over 100 episodes and garnered more than 10,000 combined views and streams. Season 3 alone featured 44 interviews.Diverse Themes: Season 3 covered a wide range of topics, including entrepreneurship, small business management, team leadership, marketing, personal development, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).Mental Health: A notable highlight was the discussion on the intersection of business and mental health, featuring guests like Dr. Nehemiah Mabry and Wells Thompson.Local Economy Focus: Angela stresses the importance of supporting local businesses and discusses the journey from being a solopreneur to a full-time entrepreneur.Upcoming Season 4: Angela teases what to expect in Season 4, including new formats and an expanded guest list that goes beyond the local triangle area.Support the Show:Website: https://www.honeyandhustle.coYouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSRDgLW25aGwQq3S1dAg1doxZBZyHM84B1:1 Consultation: https://angelahollowell.lemonsqueezy.com/checkout/buy/a0d1b976-39d0-4d1f-b2ee-5f5e3e6d7691?logo=0Linq Affiliate code "angela": https://buy.linqapp.com/discount/angela?redirect=%2F%3Fafmc%3DangelaMentioned in this episode:Join the Community on Substack!Our Substack has free and paid options for our beloved podcast audience! On the free tier, you'll get access to our podcast articles, YouTube videos, and curated creator economy news directly into your inbox. As a paid member here on Substack, you’ll get access to behind-the-scenes outtakes, exclusive episodes, aftershow thoughts, and our community group chat. Subscribe to support the show: www.honeyandhustle.co/community
In this special highlight episode, we share some of our favorite moments and lessons learned from season three of Honey & Hustle. The episode features impactful nonprofits, funny moments, duos, athletes, artists and creators, food entrepreneurs, book authors, and mentors. Our guests discussed topics like the advantages of running startups under a nonprofit umbrella, the challenges and rewards of transitioning from sports to life after sports, the importance of food in the black community, the journey of starting a business, the power of storytelling through film, the creativity and flexibility of entrepreneurship, the impact of community support on small businesses, the process of writing and publishing a book, and the importance of leadership and personal growth. Please enjoy this highlight episode of Honey & Hustle.Key Takeaways:Nonprofits have the advantage of taking more risks upfront due to their funding mechanisms.The journey of entrepreneurship is filled with challenges and self-doubt, but it is important to stay focused on your why and keep practicing.Building a successful business requires taking risks, reinvesting, and finding support from family and mentors.Leadership is not hierarchical but a culture and process of influence that everyone has the capacity for.Surrounding yourself with people who think bigger can shift your mindset and help you achieve greater success.Support the Show:Website: https://www.honeyandhustle.coYouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSRDgLW25aGwQq3S1dAg1doxZBZyHM84B1:1 Consultation: https://angelahollowell.lemonsqueezy.com/checkout/buy/a0d1b976-39d0-4d1f-b2ee-5f5e3e6d7691?logo=0Linq Affiliate code "angela": https://buy.linqapp.com/discount/angela?redirect=%2F%3Fafmc%3DangelaMentioned in this episode:Join the Community on Substack!Our Substack has free and paid options for our beloved podcast audience! On the free tier, you'll get access to our podcast articles, YouTube videos, and curated creator economy news directly into your inbox. As a paid member here on Substack, you’ll get access to behind-the-scenes outtakes, exclusive episodes, aftershow thoughts, and our community group chat. Subscribe to support the show: www.honeyandhustle.co/community
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