SDH 332: Fake It, Till You Make It with Jacqueline and Minna from The Product Boss

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Today's guests.... yes guests! Because we don't just have one but two guests for today! One with a fashion design background and the other with graphic design! Be ready to fall in love with these ladies' energy, their amazing journey on entrepreneurship, their incredible story and how they launched The Product Boss.

 

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    Jacqueline Snyder and Minna Khounlo-Sithep are the combined force behind The Product Boss podcast. They teach business owners how to grow their product-based businesses with smart strategy and a community around them.

    In addition to The Product Boss, they each own their own businesses. Jacqueline is the owner of Designer Consulting Co-Op and has over 12 years of coaching fashion apparel brands and is a start-up expert. She formerly owned her own product business, Cuffs Couture, and grew that to international sales. Minna has over 15 years of entrepreneurial experience, is the owner of Lil’ Labels and an Amazon expert!

    In this episode, you will...

    • Hear how Jacqueline and Minna started The Product Boss

    • How Amanda met these astounding ladies

    • Get a glimpse of their lives before The Product Boss

    • How "figure-it-out-as-you-go" works

    • Learn how to get your way to agencies for freelancers

    • Discover how they manage their tasks

    • And don't miss the rapid fire round!


    Insights:

    • "I used to say fake it until you make it. Until I realize one day that I actually knew what I was talking about... I know what I am talking about now." - Jacqueline

    • "I was always a pro-education kind of person, that's how my grandparents and parents raised me. I always thought I can find a job while creating my own business." Minna Khounlo-Sithep


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