Megan chats with Todd Bulloch about how he and his wife began to work together after their blog Hey Grill, Hey took off.
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Think of your business one year from today.. Figure out which dreams light you up and make them happen!
Nothing brings people together like good food. If you’re putting a lot of good food out there on your site and Instagram, people will come.
Every season isn’t for creating. Remember there are cycles for everything and there are times that you should not be creating.
Susie and Todd focus on establishing one source of revenue, get it consistent. Then go out. See what viables sources of revenue are there. Then when you see one rising, figure how to build that out more. They have used this pattern with all that they’ve worked on.
Say no to fear to create space for the yeses.
“When you don’t take it seriously, people don’t take you seriously. If you don’t prioritize your business it’ll just get a little bit of you that’s left after you have given your time and attention to everything else in a day which isn’t much.”
We talk with Dan Porta, husband of food blogger and podcast host Megan Porta, about the supportive role a spouse can play through blogging.
Creative risk is anything with an uncertain outcome. It can be anything from sharing a different type of photo, sharing your viewpoint on social media, pitching a brand, hitting send on a blog post. See what works, what doesn’t and adjust from there.