How to reinvent yourself and your brand - there’s more to you than being a mom.
How to plan a crazified photoshoot that will resonate with your brand and make people remember you.
The reason behind Kira wearing an eyepatch and full-on pirate garb.
How to show your quirkiness/uniqueness in your branding.
How to pitch yourself to podcasters to get publicity.
- Why you must use your words and your images on your website to stand out from the rest of the crowd.
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Quick Q&A with Mom Business Owner Kira:
What’s one of your favorite business books, and what was the key take away?
Linchpin by Seth Godin
How to be indispensable.
Favorite business quote?
“You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” - Eleanor Roosevelt
If you can only leave one piece of advice to your children, what would that be?
Go with your “plan A” for everything. In other words, don’t settle.
What’s the one business tool you use that you cannot live without?
Sanebox - an email tool
Mom Entrepreneur Challenge:
Pitch yourself to a podcaster to promote yourself and your business.
Start with one that you resonate with.
Lisa says - Submit an application to Crazy Ambition if you fit with the podcast! I’m always looking for ambitious mompreneurs to feature.
How can listeners connect with you online?
Mompreneur Business Bio:
Kira Hug is the copywriter + strategist behind Kira Hug Inc. — and your fellow Pirate — Kira is your rebellious curator, your storyteller, your art director, and your challenger. And sometimes, she’s even your therapist.
Under Kira’s care + wordsmithin’ wizardry, your story will be translated into copy that highlights the shiniest parts of your personality to the umpteenth degree AND sells, sells, SELLS.
Kira’s eclectic background in marketing and visual communication led her to work for startups like ActionableBooks.com, luxury brands like Estée Lauder, and a handful of global nonprofits.
As the Host of the Bridal Rebellion Podcast, Kira interviews the most disruptive leaders in the wedding industry and the most rebellious (and lovable) brides.
Kira lives outside of New York City on a mountain, surrounded by bears, with her partner, toddler, and baby boy.