Ep. 10 – Jessica Zweig Of Simply Be
I am so happy to bring you this new episode with Jessica Zweig of Simply Be, who is currently in the middle of her predictably huge and successful launch of her first book Be, which is currently sitting on my bookshelf, begging to be devoured. Jessica’s podcast was truly the best one I discovered in 2020, and brought me so much perspective in a year where we obviously could all use more love and open mindedness. I was intensely excited to join up with her for this episode, and I hope you enjoy listening to us talk about everything from branding and marketing not just for businesses, but for ourselves in terms of self-love, authenticity, jealousy, judgment, and not losing yourself in relationships. Be sure to get your copy of her brand new bright yellow book Be, in stores now.
Jessica Zweig is an award-winning entrepreneur, personal branding expert, the founder and CEO of SimplyBe. Agency and a published author! She works with entrepreneurs, creatives CEOs and the companies they lead to help them grow on and offline by leveraging the most powerful marketing tool on the planet: authenticity. She has a kick ass podcast, online membership group, and bright yellow and completely genuine personality you won’t want to log off from.
In this episode we talk about:
+ How we can brand ourselves in terms of self-love (not just for businesses)
+ How we can brand ourselves and honor a relationship/partner as part of us without it stripping of us our identify, worth, or freedom
+ Ways we have allowed ourselves to become more authentic and share ourselves, but were worried about the judgment we’d receive
+ Jealousy or judgment for different walks of life; difference between knowing what our values are and admonishing others for doing something different
+ The dichotomy of businesses where we go so hard to be of service and end up not being able to walk our own talk because we end up doing too much instead of being our own message
+ Jessica’s amazing new book, Be
Be sure to follow Jessica on Instagram and tell her I said hi!