Episode 99: Taking Big Risks To Design Your Life While Raising Thoughtful Kids – with Sitinee Sheffert

 

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Episode Highlights:
  1. An explanation of what it means to be a social entrepreneur.
  2. Sitinee’s journey of selling her home and moving her family of seven to three different cities in 15 months so they can collectively decide where they want to live life on their terms.
  3. The two opportunities Sitinee has for entrepreneurs and their children to become more involved in service projects.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

The holiday season is upon us and that means now is the perfect time to finally become a social entrepreneur!

Not only is our guest this week, Sitinee Sheffert, a social entrepreneur, but she is also a blogger and speaker with a passion for empowering kids to make a difference.

She is also the founder of Giving Artfully, a platform that connects crafters with volunteer opportunities, and Giving Artfully Kids; which is a program that inspires kids to spread kindness through crafting-based service projects.

Together with her husband, who is also an entrepreneur, Sitinee is raising five children and homeschooling them so they grow up learning they have the opportunity to design the life they want and can live it on their terms.

If you’re a parent entrepreneur who’s looking to defy the status quo, if you’re looking for opportunities to make an impact outside of your business, or if you’re looking for simple opportunities to help your children make an impact and be part of giving initiative that you don’t have time to create or figure out on your own, this episode is for you!

How to Take Action:
  1. Join Sitinee Sheffert’s Giving Artfully Kids Program
  2. Become a Giving Artfully Instructor
  3. Visit SweetLifeCo.com to learn more about our giving initiatives

Links Mentioned:

Giving Artfully Kids on Facebook

Giving Artfully Kids on Instagram

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 31: How to Hire Your First VA with Trivinia Barber

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 84: Inside The Life Of An Entrepreneur’s Kid – Interviewing My Son Tim Beach

Episode 91: Saying Yes With Purpose: Setting Boundaries to Make Your Solopreneur Business Thrive – with Regan Walsh

 

Regan Walsh SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast April Beach

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Download Regan Walsh’s Guide: 3 Life-Changing Ways to Shift From Survival Mode to Purpose Mode

Episode Highlights:
  1. How this expert life coach designs her own life; including her strict rating system for deciding which opportunities to pursue.
  2. How Regan coaches her clients to take control and organize their life and business.
  3. Regan’s mission to give away a million dollars by the time she’s fifty.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

Regan Walsh is a mother of two, speaker, and an NYU certified Life Coach whose gift is helping women get from a point of total survival mode to walking into their purpose.

She is a contributor to Forbes and the Harvard Business Review and has also been featured by Elite Daily, Bustle, FabFitFun, Smart Business, and more.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed and like you’re doing 1,000 different things without any of them actually moving forward towards your goals and purpose, this is one you won’t want to miss.

How to Take Action:
  1. Download Regan Walsh’s Guide: 3 Life-Changing Ways to Shift From Survival Mode to Purpose Mode
  2. Connect with Regan Walsh on Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.
  3. Visit Regan Walsh’s Website.

Links Mentioned:

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 02: Don’t Make Perfect the Enemy

Flying Horse Farms

Besa

Greg McKeowon’s Book | Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

Episode 66: How to Infuse Purpose Into Your Business

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Your Business Needs a Purpose

There’s been a recent shift away from a complete separation of business and purpose.

This shift is due to the fact that more and more consumers are choosing to give their money to brands and companies with missions or beliefs that align with their own.

To consumers, why you do what you do is now more important than what you actually do.

In This Episode:

Earth Day is rapidly approaching and, as an environmental activist and non-profit founder, I felt it was important to help you understand how to make your business one that truly matters and connects with your ideal clients and customers on a deeper level.

So, this week, we’re talking about three simple ways to infuse more meaning and purpose into what you do with your business.

Why You Can Expect:

In this episode, I talk about:

  1. The importance of sharing your why in the form of a Statement of Beliefs
  2. Why you should give first in addition to giving back
  3. How you can give of your time in a way that doesn’t feel overwhelming
Take Action:

Do good and grow your business! Get the complete SweetLife Business System for a small donation to one of the nonprofits we support.

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Resources Mentioned:

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 63: Faith & Entrepreneurship: Discovering God’s Purpose in Your Business – with Alex Miranda

1% For The Planet

Reef Safe Suncare

 

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Episode 38: Business, Boobs & Bravery – With Handful

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Want To Scale Your Online Business In The Fastest Way Possible?

I can’t fully explain how much joy it brings me to share this episode with you.

Jennifer Ferguson and Cary Goldberg, of the amazing company Handful, are here to talk about the emotional ups and downs of building a business and working directly with breast cancer fighters and survivors.

They’re ladies are committed to helping women, especially those who’ve experienced breast cancer, feel comfortable, confident, beautiful, and happy.

Why You Should Tune In?

The Handful story is a perfect example of how unpredictable, stressful, and fulfilling starting a business can be.

It’s also the perfect example of how to do more than just make a profit.

It’s no secret that I firmly believe in building your business around your ideal lifestyle and Jennifer and Cary are living that belief while making the lives of those touched by breast cancer a little easier and more enjoyable.

Handful Recording
Jennifer and Cary’s crazy wonderful recording set-up for our interview.

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What Can You Expect?

In this emotionally charged and powerful episode, you learn about the process of launching a business, the side steps all entrepreneurs must be willing to take to reach your goals, why it’s so important to have a purpose and vision behind what you’re doing, and the true power of building relationships.

Don’t Forget: Enter “sweetlife” during checkout to receive a 20% discount during the entire month of October!

Also, breast cancer survivors can receive a 30% discount for life on bras with their Breast Friends Forever program.


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Resources Mentioned:

Handful’s Website

Handful’s Breast Friends Forever Program

Cary’s Portrait for The SCAR Project

#FUcancer

 

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