“Loving it is how you get through the parts you don’t like. You have to love the work enough to do all the parts and pieces that allow you to do the work”
Casey Jourdan is a business strategist, speaker and podcast producer and host, who finds fulfillment in troubleshooting small business struggles and supporting start-ups.
Having survived a road-side bombing in Iraq, while in service for our country, Casey has come to deeply believe that change is inevitable but evolution is optional. Casey encourages her listeners and clients to create their best lives and a business that suits their lifestyle. On her podcast, Steady She Grows, Casey talks with women about what it’s really like to start and grow a business, both logistically and emotionally.
Casey’s humor, wit and excellent knowledge of what it takes to become and maintain the solopreneur life was so on point. I immediately took to her honesty and frankness; if you crave real talk on what it takes to move into owning your own business, this is one episode you will not want to miss!
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Business Strategist | Speaker | Podcaster
One of Casey's main goals is helping women micropreneurs with online businesses to overcome the confusion and self-doubt that come with starting and growing a small business. She does that by helping them to embrace change as an opportunity for growth and by creating clarity out of chaos through strategies and systems custom to their needs.
A little bit about Casey: She was wounded in a roadside bombing in Iraq in 2004, and lives with post-traumatic stress, a brain injury, and joint and nerve damage. In the process of learning to live with the permanent residues of her injuries she found a knack for making the complicated less so. She lives to simplify hard things and be as efficient as possible with time and energy.
Casey also has her own podcast, Steady She Grows, talking with women about what it’s really like to start and grow a business, both logistically and emotionally.