Podcasting is more than a conversation. It is about highlighting and bringing people’s stories to the table. And that is what Michelle Jackson aka Mimi Jacks loves most about podcasting. Mimi Jacks is the host of the MProper Mimi Podcast where she talks about empowering women at Home, Work and Play. Going into the 3rd year of podcasting, Mimi Jacks loves to share stories of the amazing women she has come in contact with as well as embracing the freedom of saying whatever is on her mind at the time!
Join our chat as we discuss:
- Loving your podcast
- Bringing your family into entrepreneur work
- Planning podcast discussions
- The importance of boundaries
- ASMR – soup slurping
- Food Porn
- Muddled Drinks
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