In this episode of One Woman Shop’s The Hot Seat, Cristina Roman + Sara Frandina talk about their experiences with meditation, the common hesitations they hear from people who want to try it, the benefits, and the best ways to get started — because meditation isn’t one-size-fits-all.
In this week’s episode of The Hot Seat, Sara + Cristina talk about the ins and outs of running a partnership: the benefits, where we’ve struggled, and the major lessons we’ve learned. (Yes, we realize the irony behind running a community of One Woman Shops but being a partnership, ourselves!)
In this episode of The Hot Seat, Cristina + Sara chat with Stacey Herbert, sales funnel expert and creator of Brazen Profit Lab. In our 45-minute chat, we learn why Stacey wrapped her laptop up in a sarong to overhaul her life from London to Berlin, hear her take on sales funnels + why they’re crucial to growing a biz, dig into what makes up a client experience, and learn why “selling isn’t a dirty word.”
In this episode of The Hot Seat, Sara Frandina and Cristina Roman talk about why outsourcing is important in a solo business, how to decide what to outsource, and how to set yourself up for success. (And how we haven’t always set ourselves up for success in our own business!)
In this episode of One Woman Shop’s The Hot Seat, Sara Frandina and Cristina Roman discuss major takeaways for both business and life from Brene Brown’s Rising Strong, an #OWSBookClub read. Topics discussed include handling criticism, cultivating mindfulness, the concept of “no regrets,” staying curious, and exploring whether people are really doing their best in any given situation.
In this edition of The Hot Seat, we talk about what it means to be multipassionate in life and business, the limitations and benefits of being multipassionate, and how to effectively pursue several passions.
In this episode of The Hot Seat, Cristina and Sara share quick tips on how to form a strong accountability relationship with a group or partner, what to take into consideration when choosing a partner or group, and where to start in finding one.