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Today Julie Allen, owner of Mary Rose Boutique and Mary Rose Foundation, joins us to discuss starting your own business and foundation. Her mission is all about spreading a positive message within the community around her and changing lives in the process. The most crucial point Julie brings up in today’s episode is how important it is to have a WHY behind your business. You won't want to miss Julie Allen's amazing and inspiring story! And as a heads up for our listeners, today’s episode discusses battling eating disorders and mental illness. 

Today we're talking about all things #BoutiqueStyle with one of our favorite ladies, Nikki Casey, Director of Style at The Boutique Hub. As you all might know, The Boutique Hub had their major site split earlier this year, and we couldn't be more pumped! Nikki is here to give us all the ins and outs of our new site Boutique.Style. You’ll get to learn about how this site will help shoppers find a simpler way to discover your boutique and help them find unique, trustworthy business to buy from. We got to create an amazing win-win scenario for both shoppers and boutique owners!

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Shaley Ham joins us for today’s episode, Collaborating with an Influencer. Shaley starts by giving us background on how she grew to become an Instagram influencer. She gives us some extensive and valuable knowledge on the correct ways to work closely with an influencer and LOTS of tips and tricks to help grow your following and engagement on Instagram. You can never learn too much about the world of influencing and Instagram, so grab your notebook and let’s get started!

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Have you ever wondered what life would be like AFTER your boutique? Today, on Episode #232 Life After Your Boutique, we chat with entrepreneur Randa Carrabba, Founder of Southern Jewlz, PowHer.Fit, and her own label -- about how life can evolve from your boutique! Randa’s journey began with making jewelry in college and from there it grew into a widely successful clothing boutique. She shows us that evolving as a person and a business owner is OK, it may be scary but you’ll never look back with regret. Randa is a woman who wears many hats but does it all with so much grace, you can’t miss this inspiring episode!

Key Points:


1. Treat everyone the same no matter where you are at in your journey, relationships are some of the most important things you can have. 

2. Bigger is not always better. Women want to be heard and feel like they a part of something. 

3. Take time for yourself. Self-care needs to be one of the most important elements of your day.

Favorite Quotes:


“Whether you are making 500K a year or 50m a year, people want to be treated the same, building relationships and that trust are things that aren’t new to the industry but are going to being even more demanded.” -Randa 

Truth Bomb: “You don’t have time, but how much time do you spend scrolling and comparing yourself to someone else online.” -Randa 

Not everyone is going to love you because most people don’t even love themselves.” -Randa

Follow Randa below: 

Instagram sites: @randacarrabba, @randacarrabbalabel, @powher.fit
Personal Site: https://www.randacarrabba.com/

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