Erika Lyremark’s name kept coming up as somebody that I needed to have on the show. So as always, I decided to do some digging on what she was up to and was immediately intrigued by her voice and her personal brand. I knew it was only a matter of time before we’d have her as a guest on BlogcastFM. We’re also excited to continue our month of highlighting outstanding women in business. So don’t forget to share this episode on Twitter with the hashtag #OWIB.
Here are some highlights from our chat:
- How Erika’s Experience as a Stripper Provided Valuable Entrepreneurial Lessons
- The Importance of Knowing What’s Going to Be Sustainable for Your Business
- Key Questions for Shaping the Structure of Your Business
- How to Make a Career Transition When You’re in a Full Time Job
- Why Career Progression Isn’t Linear
- Discovering the Intersection Between Your Skills and What People Will Buy
- Why You have to Be a Straight A Student in Your Business
- Tapping into the Things You Enjoyed in Your Childhood to Shape Your Entrepreneurial Desires
- The Key Ideas that Shaped Erika’s Personal Brand
- Why the Things You’re Afraid to Share Could Be Integral Parts of Your Brand
- How Little Actions Add Up Over Time
- Why Erika Is Able to Get People to Repeat Her Programs More than Once
- The Importance of Having Fun with Your Marketing
- A Sneak Peak into Erika’s Book: Think Like a Stripper
- Key Insights Into What Makes Rockstars Thrive
Some Tweetable Insights and Quotes Include:
- Be willing to be uncomfortable because that’s where you’re going to get your best ideas (Click to Tweet)
- No matter how well you set yourself up for success, it is a bumpy ride (Click to Tweet)
- Listen to those things that intuitively keep bubbling up (Click to Tweet)
- You want to be able to bring in all your passions to your brand (Click to Tweet)
- If you just do a little bit of something everyday, you will make traction faster (Click to Tweet)
- If you’re not excited about it, you’re not going to attract money(Click to Tweet)
- If you don’t know how to do something, hire somebody to help you with it (Click to Tweet)
Erika Lyremark was a stripper for almost a decade and is now the business whipstress at Daily Whip and author of Think Like A Stripper: How To Hustle Your Business Like You Mean It! You can follow her on twitter @dailywhip.
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