Building a business isn’t for the weak in the knees, let’s just say that. Business curation from the ground up takes time, focus and a whole lot of motivation to keep you going steady. Today I chat with forever-busy event & business mogul, violinist and author, Natasha Miller, about how growing your business is less DIY than you’d think. It’s really more about learning, connecting and knowing when are at your weakest and highest points – and how to navigate each when you are. If you’re ready to walk away from this episode with more wisdom and confidence for building your business, then grab your coffee or your tea (and a pen) and let’s talk it out!
Grab your coffee, grab your tea, let’s talk it out!
About Natasha Miller
Natasha Miller isn’t your average CEO. She sits at the helm of Entire Productions, the go-to experience design, event, and entertainment production company in San Francisco, and has been on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies in America for three years in a row. Natasha is a proud graduate of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses and studied entrepreneurship at the Harvard Business School and MIT.
She is a member of The Recording Academy (Grammys), ASCAP, SF Travel, and Meeting Professionals International (MPI), and is a board member of Entrepreneurs’ Organization. She is also a professional jazz vocalist and a trained classical violinist.
Natasha’s passion and commitment to giving back drive her invariable contributions and participation with numerous charitable organizations. She resides in San Francisco, California.
2 Years of Growth
Pay to Learn
The Pandemic Pivot
Work on Mindset
Do You Ever Feel Satisfied
Hiring a Team
Working With Planners
Happen at a Cost
Decisions, Not Sacrifices
Self Care Practices
Connect with Natasha
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Title Track Voiceover: Melissa Disney
Editor: M. Lynn
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