Apr 8, 2020
This episode features
the wonderful Shannae Ingleton, an entrepreneur who serves as a glowing
example of how to take the lessons learned from the corporate world
and apply them to entreprenuership. She not only quit her job to
start a business but then returned to the corporate world in order
to fully learn about what it took to run a successful
On top of being a leading
influencer, Shannae is also the co-founder of Kensington Grey, a
boutique influencer agency that manages and negotiates sponsorship
deals on behalf of clients.
Key Highlights of the Episode
This episode was
extremely actionable and insightful. Here are a few key
than an idea - Shannae realized there’s more to being an entrepreneur
than merely having a good idea and getting people to show up at her
events. Due to spending more than she was making, she needed to
return to the corporate world to learn about what it took to run a
benefits of a corporate job - Shannae used her corporate job as an excellent learning
experience. Not only did it provide her with a steady paycheck, but
also allowed her to add to her skill set and expertise.
you creating quality and compelling content? - After working
alongside many editors and creative individuals, Shanae learned that when you create genuine,
high-quality content, it attracts both fans and
a support group - Shannae started a group of like-minded influencers
which has grown to around 200 members. This open-minded network
allows each member to grow and flourish as resources and expertise
- Shannae’s advice for attracting sponsors - When
you’re unique, genuine and obsessed about providing value for your
audience, you will grow and have a super-engaged tribe following
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