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Growing Your Business is Like Growing Anything + Eggs

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This episode of Women in Food is a little bit different as I turn the tables, I mean microphone, and sit down to become the guest. I’ve brought in Social Entrepreneurship Coach and Host of the Awarepreneurs podcast, Paul Zelizer to interview ME about food, business and my personal story.

I have to say, as I listen to this conversation, it feels raw and vulnerable to share this behind-the-podcast look at my journey from my childhood growing up in a family business through multiple career chapters to creating what Crown Hill Farm is becoming. During this conversation I share some of my perspectives on intuitive business growth—like the patient tending of a garden—and delve into my strongly held belief in the power of nurturing relationships as the bedrock of success for any business or venture.

Along the way, our conversation organically unfolds between the art of raising chickens, ducks, and geese, the nutritional value of pasture-raised eggs, and my passion for farm-to-table sustainability. Through some of my stories you’ll hear about the resilience I’ve tapped into through life's wild weather, and hear bits of what inspires me to host Women in Food, grow a food-based farm business and of course follow my passion for cooking and food!

I share a recipe for my favorite way to cook eggs — Eggs en Cocotte— as we chat about stewarding the land with grace and my intuitive approach to business coaching. It’s all a part of what weaves through my daily life on the farm. So, join us as we dance within the worlds of business acumen, farming culture, and the reverence for the humble egg in a discussion overflowing with gratitude, interconnectedness, and the celebration of women's influence in the food industry.

The Recipe starts at 51:48 Resources mentioned in this episode:

Business Coaching Website: SpiritBizPeople My Farm Website: Crown Hill Farm

Missy’s Social Media: Instagram, Facebook

Are you looking to elevate your Business in a mindful and aligned way? Get a 1:1 Business Coaching Session with Missy at: WomenInFood.net/workwithmissy

If you enjoyed Paul Zelizer’s interview, please go listen to his podcast, Awarepreneurs

Become a member of the Women In Food Community at: WomenInFood.Net/Community

  continue reading

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This episode of Women in Food is a little bit different as I turn the tables, I mean microphone, and sit down to become the guest. I’ve brought in Social Entrepreneurship Coach and Host of the Awarepreneurs podcast, Paul Zelizer to interview ME about food, business and my personal story.

I have to say, as I listen to this conversation, it feels raw and vulnerable to share this behind-the-podcast look at my journey from my childhood growing up in a family business through multiple career chapters to creating what Crown Hill Farm is becoming. During this conversation I share some of my perspectives on intuitive business growth—like the patient tending of a garden—and delve into my strongly held belief in the power of nurturing relationships as the bedrock of success for any business or venture.

Along the way, our conversation organically unfolds between the art of raising chickens, ducks, and geese, the nutritional value of pasture-raised eggs, and my passion for farm-to-table sustainability. Through some of my stories you’ll hear about the resilience I’ve tapped into through life's wild weather, and hear bits of what inspires me to host Women in Food, grow a food-based farm business and of course follow my passion for cooking and food!

I share a recipe for my favorite way to cook eggs — Eggs en Cocotte— as we chat about stewarding the land with grace and my intuitive approach to business coaching. It’s all a part of what weaves through my daily life on the farm. So, join us as we dance within the worlds of business acumen, farming culture, and the reverence for the humble egg in a discussion overflowing with gratitude, interconnectedness, and the celebration of women's influence in the food industry.

The Recipe starts at 51:48 Resources mentioned in this episode:

Business Coaching Website: SpiritBizPeople My Farm Website: Crown Hill Farm

Missy’s Social Media: Instagram, Facebook

Are you looking to elevate your Business in a mindful and aligned way? Get a 1:1 Business Coaching Session with Missy at: WomenInFood.net/workwithmissy

If you enjoyed Paul Zelizer’s interview, please go listen to his podcast, Awarepreneurs

Become a member of the Women In Food Community at: WomenInFood.Net/Community

  continue reading

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