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97: Carly Romeo, How to Be a Disruptor

This episode of the Creative Empire Podcast with Carly Romeo of Carly Romeo & Co is all about how to be a disruptor in your industry! Carly shares how she founded her unusual niche and gives advice for people looking to find what makes them happy AND pays the bills. The trio discuss how to have a mindset that doesn’t compromise even when it’s hard and/or scary, how to say the unpopular thing, and why we need to be courageous enough to say the things we believe in. Also included in this episode is how to really niche down to your target audience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Show Highlights:

  • How Carly found her unusual niche
  • What happened when Carly published her feminist manifesto
  • How to figure out what makes you happy AND pays the bills
  • How to have the mindset that isn’t willing to compromise on your values even when it’s hard + scary
  • Why she cofounded Catalyst
  • How to hit publish (or say the unpopular thing)
  • How to really niche down on your target audience
  • Why we need to be courageous enough to say the things we believe in

Show Notes:

Carly’s Bio:

Carly Romeo is a photographer, feminist, and serial project-starter. Since graduating from the University of Virginia in 2008, she has been a nanny, record store clerk, barista, Planned Parenthood intern and staff member, fake Princeton student, and member of Gloria Steinem’s staff. She’s a pure extrovert and though she loves the problem-solving nature of running a small business, she misses having coworkers. Her current projects include running a program called Feminist Camp, being a co-founder of and hype woman for Catalyst Wedding Company, and owning and operating a feminist wedding photography business called Carly Romeo & Co.

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