Hey appreciated listeners,

l am sorry it’s been a little while since you received the last episode. I moved houses and countries, left social media, wrote a zine and enjoyed summer. Thanks for your patience!

Now that I am all set and unpacked I am really excited to started sharing more episodes since one of my main aims with leaving social media was to be able to create more long form media and have more in-depth conversations.

This one with Eli Trier stayed with me for a long time and gave me a whole bunch of ideas that I have already implemented. I am honestly so grateful I met Eli and got this little glimpse behind the scenes of how she does things. It’s magic! Here is what we talked about:

  • How to reach out to others as an introvert
  • Overcoming social anxiety and creating working conditions that truly work for us in a sustainable, regenerative way
  • The magic of creating community projects that go much deeper than your average telesummit or weekend gathering
  • Why bringing people together around a shared passion is so much more powerful than shouting random stuff from the rooftops
  • Redefining our ideas of success and “adulthood”
  • Rehumanising business relationships and investing in transparency, kindness and connection

 

Eli Trier lives in the wonderful city of Copenhagen, Denmark and is a community builder for Quiet Revolutionaries. She helps introverts with big dreams to get connected and build thriving, engaged communities around their businesses, so that they can make a massive impact, find their dream clients, and make their corner of the world a better place. A long-time business owner, Eli knows first-hand the power of human connection to build a business, and her unique approach got her featured in The FT Guide to Business Networking. She specialises in creating powerful, strategic online community projects and loves every minute of her work (even the boring bits). When she’s not working you can find her curled up with a book, painting, or hanging out with her fiance Lars.
 
The video message service Eli mentioned is called Bonjoro – https://www.bonjoro.com/
And her love>numbers group programme can be found here – https://elitriercommunities.com/lovenumbers
 
 

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:: About me and the DIY Small Business podcast ::

I am a web designer, small business mentor and tech fairy who helps people start and run small businesses that are fun to work in and make enough money for things that matter.

The DIY Business Podcast is supporting people in creating regenerative, sustainable and feminist businesses that redefine success and center community through interviews with like minded folk, how to guides and exploratory shares.

I am not on social media anymore because I want to focus on creating indy media like my podcasts, compare myself less and spent little time on my phone. This means I have more energy to nurture my communities and make cool things for you!

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