Please enjoy this 'best of' episode featuring Katie Selvidge, founder of Cottage Hill. The CEP gals are taking a month off after a year of podcasting 2 times weekly. It's worth listening to again! This episode interview Katie Selvidge of Cottage Hill Magazine about living and making decisions intentionally, and learning from fear. Katie is all about being intentional with time, money and resources, listen in on how she achieves this. Besides intention, Katie's other main highlight this episode is about the role fear plays in business and how to overcome and even learn from fear. Linked with understanding fear is how courage plays its role in creative entrepreneurship. Katie goes on to talk about how much of fear is linked with shaming, and how it's not the failure that we fear, but rather what others will think. Katie relates this to mom-shaming as well. Finally Katie ends with how you should honor your truth and how, despite living in the middle-of-nowhere, you can network and be present.
- How to be intentional about our time, money and resources
- What role fear plays in your business and life
- How courage plays its role in creative entrepreneurship
- How to overcome shaming (specifically mom-shaming)
- How to network and be successful (despite living in the middle-of-nowhere)
- Why you should honor your truth (and why it's the key to your success!)
Katie O. Selvidge is an editor in chief, writer, thought leader and consultant for creative entrepreneurs. As a former ballerina and choreographer, Katie coaches creative professionals in a unique way utilizing her self-developed curriculum ‘Assured + Well’ to cultivate creative authenticity and sustainability. After Katie launched Cottage Hill in November 2014 as the only lifestyle and wedding publication, its inaugural magazine – The Homecoming Issue was immediately welcomed by thousands of readers in 43 US states and 4 countries before landing in all Barnes & Noble newsstands. Following publications, The Captivated Issue and The Pioneer Issue both sold out online before hitting newsstands, reaching all 50 US states and 7 countries. The Grace Issue debuts November 2016. Cottage Hill is named after Katie’s hometown and celebrates lives worthy of an elegant and meaningful legacy through original inspiration, real stories and fine art photography by artists around the globe. Simply put, Cottage Hill is the art of wholehearted living. Katie resides in Oklahoma with her husband and their daughter.