Black Women Rising

Kronda Adair -- Episode #045

December 21, 2021 Kronda Adair Episode 45
Black Women Rising
Kronda Adair -- Episode #045
Show Notes

Is fear of failure or making mistakes holding you back from building a business around work that you enjoy? In order to succeed we must learn to fail forward. Don’t be afraid to bet on you!

Today on the Black Women Rising Podcast, we sat down with podcaster and CEO of Karvel Digital, Kronda Adair. She shares with us how she got on the journey to building a successful business that she enjoys after getting let go from her job as a developer. She shares the mistakes that she's had on the journey so far and how learning these things has allowed her to help other mission-driven and service-based business owners succeed in their businesses.

Key Discussion Points From This Episode Include:

[00:03:33] Getting Fired and Getting Into Entrepreneurship

[00:07:10] The Journey to Creating Success in Business

[00:13:08] Biggest Mistake Made In Business Since Starting 

[00:16:53] Kronda’s Philosophy on Entrepreneurship

[00:19:58] Advice For Small Business Owners

[00:22:15] Dealing With Microaggressions In Tech 

[00:25:04] Kronda’s Black Girl Magic 

Connect with Kronda:

Instagram: Karvel Digital (@karveldigital) • Instagram photos and videos

Facebook Group: Service CEOs: Systemizing for Profit | Facebook

Podcast: Podcast - Karvel Digital

Kronda Adair is the founder of Karvel Digital, an agency that helps mission-driven service-based businesses automate their marketing to create a predictable sales pipeline.

From her humble beginnings building $500 WordPress websites, Kronda found a passion for digital marketing and marketing automation and is in the process of becoming a certified Automation Service Provider

Her flagship offer is Content Bootcamp, a 12-week online intensive to teach overwhelmed entrepreneurs how to create and use content as an asset that saves time and sells for you.

When she’s not working, she can be found enjoying time at home with her wife, two cats, and Vizsla puppy, reading dead-tree books, riding one of her five bikes, or enjoying the postcard vistas of the state of Oregon.

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