We are thrilled that Bold founder Carrie Sheffield was a guest on Elayne Fluker’s podcast, Support is Sexy.
Elayne’s interview with Carrie covers her family, the evolution of Bold, and being Never Trump. Here’s a preview:
“Carrie Sheffield is a ‘musician brat’ who grew up between here and there and went to 17 different public schools while traveling with her family, who were all musicians. So she knows how to adapt in ever-changing environments — including changes that she initiated herself contrary to popular opinion, such as leaving the Mormon church after attending a Mormon college, deciding to become a political journalist rather than a stay-at-home mom, choosing not to support the president-elect during the campaign season, and launching her own media company, bold.global, which has a mission of shifting the conversation around politics to one that is bi-partisan, although Carrie is a strict conservative.
But one thing Carrie had to learn within the past year is that standing by your convictions isn’t always convenient, especially for business. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Carrie speaks openly how she has evolved as the leader of her one-year-old startup, how she’s shifting the vision for her business, how she is remaining committed to her principles and how self-care and stoicism have changed her life.”
Support is Sexy is all about empowering women, specifically women entrepreneurs, leaders and creatives. The podcast interviews women about their journey starting their own business, endeavors or projects — the podcast covers both the highs and lows of #startuplife.
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