Astra's Interview by Michelle Connolly

Astra's Interview by Michelle Connolly

I was delighted to be asked by Profile Tree to come down to the studio to be interviewed for their award winning 'Business Leaders' series. We covered a wide range of topics and it was a really fun experience!

Some of the topics we covered were,

  • How to get help as a start-up
  • Mental health and children
  • Gratitude as insurance
  • Authenticity online
  • Braving vulnerability
  • My 2019 struggles
  • Itty Bitty Book Co's plans for 2020

It's a full half an hour so I'd recommend getting a cup of tea and a cosy place to sit! I'd really love to continue the conversation with you over on social media after. If you have any thoughts or opinions on what we covered please share, I am keen to learn more.

Make sure you give it a thumbs up if you liked it and share it to spread the positive message further!

With love & tons of positivity!
Astra




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