Just Wanted to Ask
with Anne Zuckerman
One day I saw a product and thought I could "do better." I did, and with the help of a great friend, Bezi Bra Discs were born. After all -- women want to be heard without distraction. Not only did I launch my product, I discovered that I love business, I love entrepreneurship and I love networking. I have learned to live outside my comfort zone. Travel and networking have given me an opportunity to meet some amazing people. But, I was taught not to ask too many questions. Then, one day, I was introduced to the world of podcasting.
Share an experience that has shaped who you are today.
As I mentioned, I manufacture Bezi Bra Discs and sell them to stores. In exploring the possibility of expanding into retail sales, a coach suggested that I get out there in social media. When I met Kamie Lehmann, I was interested in possibly being a guest on other people's podcasts.... She casually mentioned that she was starting another session of her podcast school. I don't know what I was thinking -- I enrolled. I thought I'd learn what it was about, be a casual observer, and walk away. But noooo, she had other plans. It was like jumping off a cliff with a parachute. Wow, it's great, until you realize that you can't go back.... So there I was, launching a podcast. And then, I discovered a world in which I could invite wonderful people to an interview. I Just Wanted to Ask. So many stories, so many entrepreneurs, and so many business people. As in the famous quote -- "it's like a box of chocolates," with every interview, I get to explore what makes my guest special.
Tell us about your podcast audience.
My audience is like me at a networking event. So many interesting people and so many interesting stories. They also know that my interviews are a small window into my guests' businesses and they are invited to explore more. What makes you come back? It may just be "like a box of chocolates."
What makes your podcast unique?
In the business world, not everyone is famous or even known. Through networking, I have met some incredible people who have created and designed their own business niches. They are entrepreneurs, business people, coaches, and writers, who want to share their unique perspective. When I launched my business, there were people who thought I was a joke. I would have loved to have had an opportunity to share my story and struggles. Now with my podcast I can offer that opportunity to my guests.
Here are the things to expect in the episode:
- Why is sugar bad for you?
- What is the healthiest way to sweeten food?
- How can you satisfy your sweet tooth without sugar?
- What are the benefits of cutting sugar from your diet?
- And much more!
About Nabila and Luke:
Nabila and Luke are founders of ZUKR, a British business. They are passionate about making a real difference in the nation’s (and the world’s) health by reducing the amount of sugar in our diets without compromising on flavor.
Nabila and Luke believe that everyone should enjoy sweet foods, cakes, coffee, and sweet drinks, without feeling guilty, as part of a healthy balanced approach to nutrition. They are working to ensure that sugar is no longer the default sweetener at home or in the food industry and that viable solutions are offered to satisfy our desire for sweet treats without the dangers of high sugar consumption. ZUKR is a perfect alternative to sugar.
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