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Evolution is a natural part of our lives, and our entrepreneurship is no exception. Building a brand is a process of iteration—and today’s guest, founder & host of Cubicle to CEO® Ellen Yin, has much to say on the matter.
Ditching her 9 to 5, with zero back up plan, she’s been making things work swimmingly ever since. But was it profitable from the get go? How many times did she pivot? What were the skills that helped her breakthrough to her next level?
Tune in and get ready to be inspired by her story of courageously creating her own path through curiosity, tenacity and bold moves.
This episode is EVERYTHING you needed to hear today, packed with beautiful insights and valuable tip, so let’s jump to it.
In this episode, Ellen shares:
- How she has evolved and pivoted her business (more than once) and the lessons she’s learned along the way
- The childhood trait she still uses as an entrepreneur (and is a superpower today)
- How to navigate the path when you’re called to go in a different direction (ie. change industries, niches or careers)
- Why fostering deep connections is essential in building your business
- If she had the chance, what she’d do differently in her business building journey
- Her relationship to the word hustle and
- What rest looks like for her in this season.
OTHER WAYS TO ENJOY THIS EPISODE:
- Listen to the full episode on Apple Podcast or Spotify
- Watch the full video episode on YouTube
- Read the episode transcript
Check out our interview on the Cubicle to CEO podcast – Ep # 162: Would You Merge Your Business With A Friend’s? These Two Pulled It Off In 108 Days
And here’s a few other episodes you might love too:
- THSS EP #118 – New Mantra: For Now, Not Forever
- THSS Ep #165 – The 5 things I’d Do If I Had to Start Over (Speaking Edition)
- THSS EP #171 – Don’t Let This Powerful Entrepreneurial Trait Sabotage Your Progress
- THSS EP #176 – Planning Guest Speaking & Visibility for 2023
ABOUT OUR GUEST:
Ellen Yin is the founder & host of Cubicle to CEO®, a top 1% podcast and media platform creating financially transparent content, events, and education empowering entrepreneurs to pursue what’s possible. Ellen quit her corporate job without a backup plan and bootstrapped her first $300 freelance project into over $2 million in revenue by age 28. Ellen has mentored more than 10,000 students through her online programs and also owns the Cubicle to CEO® Clubhouse, a women’s coworking space in Salem, Oregon.