It’s a quick one today because I’m at the vets! Or rather I’m in the car waiting for my dog in the vets because you know…COVID.
You’re chronically ill, super anxious, crazy shy, unconfident, and have no interviewing skills. To some, that recipe may sound like a terrible concoction to start a podcast. However, for me, I knew it was something I had to do. I had to share people’s stories. I had to raise awareness of different conditions.
Here we are again. Friday! The weeks are flying by and I don’t know how we got here but it’s time again for another round-up of another week of business and Multiple Sclerosis.
I feel exhausted. This week has pushed me hard. Being a chronically ill business owner in your 20’s is HARD. I’m making a point of saying ‘in my 20’s’ because it’s dawning on me I don’t have much of my 20’s left. 6 months in fact. Eek.
“It’s easy to run a podcast, isn’t it? All you do is talk to people”. HA! I wish it was that straight forward. For huge businesses or people with plenty of money who can outsource all the work to someone Read more…
Starting today, you can expect a round-up of what I learned from the week in my business on a Friday. It’s already in my calendar, and everyone knows if it’s not in my calendar – it doesn’t get done!
I hate needles. Being told I’d need to do injections was the worst news ever, second only to my diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
A few weeks ago I made the mistake of trying to make things easier for Sophie (my podcast editing queen!). Before her joining, I was typing out show notes whilst listening to the episode. It was a lot of work and it made the editing process so ridiculously long – like 3 hours per episode.
An email pinged into my inbox. Payment received, £29. What that meant changed everything.