And how do you, not only how do you allow yourself to shift and pivot, which is one of the hardest things we do as a human, it's like our big creative act, right? That we can do this, that we can change who we are and what we're doing and how we're showing up in the world and, and how we're serving other people. We can change all of that. How do you do that in public? When we live in a culture where, what if they say, because you're shifting your flaky, or what if they say, because you've pivoted again, you don't know what you're doing.
What if people look at it like you keep stepping down instead of the fact that you're actually spiraling upwards in a very natural progression?
You are listening to the Online Creator Podcast, episode 30. Today I'm speaking with Hunter Niland Welling. She is a luxury marketing expert, business mentor, avid Experimenter and the founder of The AgenShe. Devoted to helping you turn the business you have into the business you want. She shares sustainable strategies and embodied practices to ease the way.
Listen into the episode today to hear some unique ways she is adding private audio feeds to her business. You are going to love how she has implemented them into her coaching to help support her clients one-on-one without having to show up for live calls and to still add huge value. And how she has structured her business to run 111 days out of the year.
Welcome Hunter to the show.
Hi, Hunter. Thank you so much for joining me in a conversation today on the Online Creator P odcast. I'm so excited to have you here.
Thank you so much for having me. It's really good to.
So the first question that I kind of lean into with all my guests, and I cannot wait to dive into more of what you do because your title when I look on Instagram is EASE Architect. And I just find that super fascinating and know what you do is so, so important and the work that you do with your clients, so I can't wait to dive into that.
But the first question I always open up the conversation with is how have you leveraged your voice to better your business and brand? And maybe it, it's been a bit of a journey from what it looked like at the beginning to where you are now.
Sure. Well thank you for that introduction. Yeah. However, I leveraged my voice. I was thinking about this question a lot leading up to our interview, and it's like, I don't know how leveraging my voice hasn't been a part. Like it would be harder to pull out the ways that that hasn't been essential, because what I'll say is my whole business I've owned my business for eight years this year, so it's been a while.