rancher | small business owner |
photographer | creator | podcast host
In this episode, we cover a lot: The Chore Beer mentality. Adult money. Fondly recalling the last time we saw the sun. Sandi says 4-6 bad words. Donkey stalking. Speaking up, or performatism?
EVERYBODY ON THE INTERNET KNOWS BETTER THAN US and other musings about unsolicited cyber-advice. Jessica Brock accidentally becomes my E6 punching bag. Big Aries energy. Feet pics. THOUSANDS OF CHICKENS + the resulting demise of SB the poultry farmer.
Risk-taking. Choosing your 'busy'. Bieber knows best: it's lonely at the top. Becoming friends with yourself. Turning a personal diary-entry vlog into almost 1M subscribers on YouTube, and the double-edged sword of having a large social media presence.
Screw your before + after, we want the messy middle. The power of story-telling. Stop talking and do the work. Playing the comparison game. Starting a petition to make Sandi clear her inbox notifications.
Sandi Brock (AKA Sheepishly Me) is a mom, wife and sheep farmer in Ontario, Canada.
After 6+ years of advocating for agriculture and authentically sharing her story online, Sandi has become a household name with close to 1M subscribers on YouTube.
This episode is brought to you by:
Bluepoint Public Relations + T Lazy T Boutique
Bluepoint Public Relations
Bluepoint Public Relations is a bilingual boutique PR & Strategic Communications firm specializing in inclusive, trauma-informed communications.
Bluepoint PR’s goal is to grow your reputation by building long-term, meaningful relationships between you and your audiences.
T Lazy T Boutique
T Lazy T Boutique is a western-inspired online boutique run by fifth-generation farmers and sisters in Cadillac, Saskatchewan.
They advocate for women in agriculture through their clothing, and strive to bring women from the barn to a night out on the town. They also offer custom embroidery.
T Lazy T Boutique is offering our listeners a promo code - make sure you check out E6 to get yours!
T Lazy T Boutique - For the Fashionable Farmer.