Nine uniquely beautiful roads to success - Holly’s round-up of Series 15
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At the end of each podcast series, Holly likes to take a moment out of the hustle and bustle of small business life, to sit and reflect on the special conversations she’s been lucky enough to have.  So if you haven’t yet listened to every episode this season, or if you loved them all so much that you want to recall key moments – settle down with a cup of tea and get ready to take notes from some of the most successful founders on the planet.  In this series, each of Holly’s guests have shared tales from their business journeys so far, building some of the most recognised brands in the world. Each guest opened up about the highs and lows of their unique journeys, but the one key similarity Holly recognised amongst every founder is their ability to pivot when the going gets tough, in order for their businesses to survive.  Here, Holly has selected a key moment from each of her conversations that have stayed with her – including ungooglable pieces of advice, inspiring moments and some emotional memories we can all take lessons from.  This round-up episode features snippets from Holly’s conversations with Trinny Woodall, founder of Trinny London, Kate Robinson, co-founder of The Creative Revolution and Never Grey, Dishoom’s founder Shamil Thakrar, Helen and Sarah, squiggly career experts and co-founders of Amazing If, Josie Naughton, founder of Choose Love, Marisa Hordern, creator of Missoma, Renee Elliott, founder and mastermind behind Planet Organic and Beluga Bean, NEOM’s founder Nicola Elliott, and Charlotte Wood, founder of Polar Post and Queen of Christmas.  Plus for more unfiltered insight, subscribe to Holly’s weekly newsletters on our website, where she shares small business inspiration of all kinds, exclusive nuggets of wisdom from her and her guests, plus offers, creative ideas and topical, 'ungoogleable' business advice. 
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