A question I get asked a lot is: how did you do it – start your business, keep it running, make it successful?

Well, ain’t that the million-dollar question!

I’ve answered hundreds of questions individually, and it has been on my to-do list for a long time to put a blog post together (after all, I am a sharer!). But, I’m kinda glad I dragged my heels on that one because now there is a podcast episode for you to listen to!

The awesome team, Amanda and Kingsley, at Journey To Happiness reached out recently and asked me to be the first guest on their brand new podcast show, Heart Driven Hustle. Usually, I’m asked about toxins and natural DIY (and I love that!). But I won’t lie, it was highly refreshing and exciting to have the chance to discuss the business aspect of The Inspired Little Pot and my journey so far.

So, if you’re keen to learn about how I started (social media, websites, lounge room-workplace) and what happened along the way that influenced my decision making (consumer needs, gaps in the market, competition), then this is a must-listen!

I’d truly love to know what you think once you’ve had a listen. And I’m happy to answer any other questions you might have!

Enjoy x

Krissy Ballinger

Krissy Ballinger

Author and Advocate for natural living

Krissy wants to see a world where people make conscious, educated decisions that honour both humans and habitat. With a background in education and health promotion, she devotes her time to passionately increase awareness on common and avoidable toxins, in everyday items like washing powder and deodorant, and to educate individuals on how they can easily reduce their daily exposure, through simple and realistic do-it-yourself ideas and recipes.

Krissy has sold over 40,000 copies of her natural DIY recipe books, including her award-winning book, Naturally Inspired - Simple DIY Recipes for Body Care and Cleaning, and her newly-released kids book, Make & Play - Natural DIY Recipes for Kids. She offers honest and gentle guidance, education and 100+ natural DIY recipes on her website.


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