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Your Handmade Business

"Your Handmade Business" is a podcast for makers about the big picture of your business. Each episode we tackle an important (and sometimes uncomfortable) topic about running a handmade business and feature perspectives and experiences from Academy of Handmade members, as well as the greater maker community.

Episode 7: The Myth of the Solopreneur

Isaac Watson

There’s no such thing as going it alone when you’re a maker. Isaac stresses the importance of finding others to help with your journey, and talks with Brianne Mees, co-owner of Tender Loving Empire about the family she’s formed over the last 10 years.

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Episode 6: Less Info Is More

Isaac Watson

Isaac has recuperated from being sick and pops back in this week to talk about the importance of trusting what you already know and listening to yourself instead of getting sucked into “education desperation”.

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Episode 4: It's OK to Be Bad at Some Things

Isaac Watson

In this episode Isaac covers the importance of letting go of your perfectionism, the perils of the do-it-all-yourself mentality, and prioritizing what to work on. He talks to Dawn Ambuehl-Sadek of Maman Sucre about the ways that she’s acknowledged her own limitations in life and business, how she seeks help, and what she’s chosen to let go.

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Episode 2: Don't Set It and Forget It

Isaac Watson

Planning for your business at the beginning of the year is great, but there's more to be done than just setting it and forgetting it. Jill Evans of Hapertas & Co also talks about what it's like to have a catastrophic shift in her business vision.

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