When starting out in business, the best kind of advice is that from those who have already walked the path. There may be comfort, then, for our community today to hear the sage advice of Karly Nimmo. From a $100K failed venture, to a no. 1 iTunes podcast, thriving podcasting school and voiceover business, Karly has experienced the highs and lows of being a creative entrepreneur first hand.
We invite you to tune in to her real story, as she shares insights on the benefits of podcasting, starting with what you’ve already got, and how to turn the tables on what it means to fail.
"A magical day leaving me bursting with inspiration to once again get stuck into a busy year ahead."
Sophie Bell, Peppa Hart
"I was young, naive, a little bit lost and sitting under a teepee in Bangalow, surrounded by a community of women on the cusp. Everyone was on the verge of doing something. They had ideas, big plans, startups that were already in operation and the energy in that space was electric.
There’s a popular slogan that was trademarked by Billabong back in the 80s’ – “Only a surfer knows the feeling.” Well this is true for today’s guest on the THP blog, whose burning love for the ocean from a young age lead him to seek out a career where he’d never be too far from it. In fact, Adam Duffy has made it his business to be in the ocean, the acclaimed international surf photographer having travelled the world extensively in search for the perfect wave, at the perfect place, in the perfect light, to capture through his lens. Adam shares with us highlights from his career so far, as well as how he continues to stay true to his art and passion.
Bec Zacher is one multi-passionate woman. The Gold Coast-based photographer, blogger and mother of three turned her love for photography into a business in 2016, and hasn't looked back. We chat with Bec about staying true to your own unique path and starting out small and dreaming big.