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SweetLife Entrepreneur

It’s not about the money, it’s about the freedom. Your go-to podcast for lifestyle entrepreneurs who want an online business built around a life you love: travel, sport, time freedom, family, and making the difference you’re called to make. Learn to make money so you an make an impact. Especially for creatives, coaches, consultants, solopreneurs and service providers who want simplified steps, trainings and strategies. Join women’s startup expert, lifestyle entrepreneur coach, activist, non-profit founder, and mom of three boys, April Beach, as she makes the complex simple, and introduces you to Entrepreneurship by Design™. Proven tips from over a decade of experience launching startups, pioneering online business and making an impact through activism - with impressive guests who download their wisdom to help you grow even more! Not everyone wants a multi-million dollar business. But you do need the freedom a successful business delivers to create, grow, give, travel, learn more, and live life on your terms. Discover what it truly takes to build a lifestyle first company and live a life you won’t regret. Unfiltered honesty from a lifetime of innovative entrepreneurship that shows you how to build a business on your terms. Grab worksheets, show notes and join the SweetLife Entrepreneur Community at www.sweetlifecommunity.com
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Mar 26, 2018

I don't exactly hide the fact that I'm a Christian but I also don't regularly talk about it on the podcast.

However, I do strongly believe in being transparent about your core beliefs when you're in a place of leadership and, seeing that it's Easter week, I felt the need to address the often-confusing dilemma of mixing your faith with your business.

Alex Miranda is a former Miami nightclub promoter who, after having a "come to Jesus" moment, left the nightclubs behind to start the Daily Godpreneur; a personal development brand for Christian entrepreneurs.

One topic that's always been of interest to me as a Christian entrepreneur, is the balance between needing money to survive but not worshiping it.

During this part of the conversation, Alex summed it beautifully when he said, "The profits are a byproduct of me doing what I’m born to do."

In this episode, Alex and I talk about his professional and religious journey, how he sees the Bible as a book on how to run a business, the importance of discovering your calling and then shaping your business around that, how he takes his clients down the path of finding their calling, how to balance your business and being open about your faith, and so much more!

To learn more, visit the show notes.

Hang out with me this week in our LIVE business strategy coaching session inside the SweetLife Entrepreneur Facebook Community 


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Mar 19, 2018

Being a entrepreneurial mama requires a supportive community in order to stay sane and be successful.

In last week's episode, I introduced you to Katya Libin and today we're continuing our conversation about how she helps women just like you find the support they need.

Katya Libin is the Co-Founder of Heymama; a global community for entrepreneurial mamas.

After attending college with the intent of becoming a lawyer, Katya quickly found herself being one of the top sales staff at an emerging tech company working with brands like Nike, Victoria's Secret, and American Express to name a few.

After she unexpectedly found herself pregnant while all her friends were still partying it up in New York City, she realized she felt alone in her personal life and unfulfilled in her professional one.

After meeting her current business partner, and fellow mama, she discovered that a connection to other business-minded mama's was what she had been missing.

In this episode, Katya talks about the need to have confidence as both an entrepreneur and mother, why we shouldn't be intimidated by the unknown, the importance of democratizing information, knowledge, and experiences, and more!

To learn more, visit the show notes.

Hang out with me this week in our LIVE business strategy coaching session inside the SweetLife Entrepreneur Facebook Community 


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Mar 12, 2018

Being an entrepreneur is difficult. Being a mother is extremely difficult. Being both means you deserve a medal.

Neither of these two things are easy to do on your own and having a supportive community behind you who know exactly what you're going through can make all the difference in the world.

My special guest this week is Katya Libin and she is the Co-Founder of Heymama; a global community for entrepreneurial mamas.

After attending college with the intent of becomming a lawyer, Katya quickly found herself being one of the top sales staff at an emerging tech company working with brands like Nike, Victoria's Secret, and American Express to name a few.

After she unexpectedly found herself pregnant while all her friends were still partying it up in New York City, she realized she felt alone in her personal life and unfulfilled in her professional one.

After meeting her current business partner, and fellow mama, she discovered that a connection to other business-minded mama's was what she had been missing.

In this episode, Katya explains her personal journey, how she founded Heymama with just $500 and an Instagram account, why she felt compelled to serve entrepreneurial mama's, how Heymama helps these women by providing both free and paid content, and so much more.

To learn more, visit the show notes.

Hang out with me this week in our LIVE business strategy coaching session inside the SweetLife Entrepreneur Facebook Community 


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Mar 5, 2018

Making pre-recorded videos can be intimidating and, for a lot people, the idea of doing live videos on Facebook can be downright terrifying.

Once the camera turns on, we can become a big ball of insecurities. I know this because this still happens to me.

But, here's a little secret ... no one is going to judge you as much as you judge yourself.

Your audience wants your content and they want to see the real you presenting it.

Our resident Facebook expert, Sarah Tomes, is back on the show to ease some of your fears around going live.

She's also giving us her top tips and tactics for how to best utilize Facebook live videos to grow your audience.

In this episode, Sarah talks about when and where you should go live, why you should be interacting with your live viewers, how you can use your live videos to re-target the viewers, and why you should practice going live in a group you're comfortable with before you going live to your audience.

To learn more, visit the show notes.

Hang out with me this week in our LIVE business strategy coaching session inside the SweetLife Entrepreneur Facebook Community 


Follow Me On:
AprilBeach.com/Facebook
AprilBeach.com/Instagram
AprilBeach.com/LinkedIn
AprilBeach.com/YouTube

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