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Episode 029: Embracing the Early Years of Entrepreneurship with Elizabeth McCravy

October 27, 2020

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We're chatting the early years of entrepreneurship - the imposter syndrome, and incorporating your personal journey and self into your brand.

The Early Years of Entrepreneurship

Are you someone who’s in the early years of entrepreneurship? The first few years of building a business can be tough. But you aren’t alone, and I think this week’s episode is going to be really encouraging for you.

Now, on today’s episode, I’m joined by my friend Elizabeth McCravy. Elizabeth is a Nashville-based website designer and business strategist. She designs strategic and fun website templates for female entrepreneurs.

Elizabeth has served hundreds of talented business owners to help them build a personal brand business and make more money online. She mixes marketing strategy, personality galore, and tons of fun to create custom brands, custom websites, and website templates.

Her goal is to make beautiful and strategic websites that turn viewers into raving clients. Elizabeth is also the host of the Breakthrough Brand Podcast where she teaches entrepreneurs how to stand out online. Elizabeth is a Showit Design Partner and is the current “Showiteer of the Year”, and has been recognized as a Top Designer by Showit.

I met Elizabeth at a conference last year, and was immediately struck by her authenticity. A few of us ended up having dinner together, and Elizabeth was as real, vulnerable and kind in person as she seems on social media. When I dreamed up this podcast, I knew from the beginning that I wanted to have her on so that she could share her expertise with you, and honestly, she would have been on here much sooner if not for scheduling conflicts. But. This episode was worth the wait.

Today we’re chatting about the beginning of building a business – the side hustling, the imposter syndrome, and incorporating your personal journey and self into your branding authentically — all in the hopes that you’ll be able to enjoy the ride that is the early years of entrepreneurship. Let’s go ahead and dive right in.


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We're chatting the early years of entrepreneurship - the imposter syndrome, and incorporating your personal journey and self into your brand.

Elizabeth McCravy is a Nashville-based website designer and business strategist. She designs strategic and fun website templates for female entrepreneurs. Elizabeth has served hundreds of talented business owners to help them build a personal brand business and make more money online. She mixes marketing strategy, personality galore, and tons of fun to create custom brands, custom websites, and website templates. Her goal is to make beautiful and strategic websites that turn viewers into raving clients. Elizabeth is also the host of the Breakthrough Brand Podcast where she teaches entrepreneurs how to stand out online. Elizabeth is a Showit Design Partner and is the current “Showiteer of the Year”, and has been recognized as a Top Designer by Showit.

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  1. Starting a business the right way is certainly one of the most challenging things to do for a young entrepreneur. So episodes with insights like these serve as a brilliant learning resource.