Dream Hustle with Shana Recker

94. Emily Kund, The data driven business!

April 22, 2019 Shana Recker
Dream Hustle with Shana Recker
94. Emily Kund, The data driven business!
Chapters
00:03:15
A little about Emily
00:09:40
"I always know that I have skills that can be used"
00:12:37
How Emily made the decision to leave her corporate job
00:14:38
You need to be aware of your own needs
00:19:13
"You're not meant to do the same thing for your entire life"
00:21:00
"We're meant to feel happy and fulfilled"
00:27:39
What type of people are you attracting and who is it that you want to attract?
00:31:01
The data can tell you a lot about your business
00:36:13
Take 'feelings' out of the equation
00:38:40
Don't sell yourself short!
00:44:00
"It's not what you think your product is worth, it's the value it has for the person purchasing it"
Dream Hustle with Shana Recker
94. Emily Kund, The data driven business!
Apr 22, 2019
Shana Recker

Emily Kund is a data and leadership consultant with her company, Analytics to Inform, where she specializes in helping small business owners and entrepreneurs use data to learn more, earn more, and do more good.  She is also the founder of the global conference series, the Tableau Fringe Festival, co-host of the Tableau Wannabe Podcast, and co-organizer of the DC Data+Women group. She is also the founder of the Pretty Strong Smart, a women’s empowerment initiative to support girls and provides scholarship for educational expenses.  Prior to starting her own consultancy, Emily was a bank examiner for 19 years and earned her National Bank Examiner and Federal Thrift Regulator credentials. She analyzed data and supervised banks of all sizes from the local community banks to some of the country’s largest institutions.

Emily is also the mom of two awesome kids, Alex and Katie, one cool husband, Matt, and one cuddly pup, Zeus.  When she’s not nerding out with data and reports or being about the mom life, she enjoys reading and working out in her spare time.

Learn more about Emily and her business here:
https://www.analytics2inform.com/about.html
Find Emily on Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/shanarecker/
Emily's Free Resources:
https://www.analytics2inform.com/free-resources.html


Shana's 6 Steps to Starting Your Dream Hustle Online here:
http://bit.ly/createonlinehustle




Show Notes Chapter Markers

Emily Kund is a data and leadership consultant with her company, Analytics to Inform, where she specializes in helping small business owners and entrepreneurs use data to learn more, earn more, and do more good.  She is also the founder of the global conference series, the Tableau Fringe Festival, co-host of the Tableau Wannabe Podcast, and co-organizer of the DC Data+Women group. She is also the founder of the Pretty Strong Smart, a women’s empowerment initiative to support girls and provides scholarship for educational expenses.  Prior to starting her own consultancy, Emily was a bank examiner for 19 years and earned her National Bank Examiner and Federal Thrift Regulator credentials. She analyzed data and supervised banks of all sizes from the local community banks to some of the country’s largest institutions.

Emily is also the mom of two awesome kids, Alex and Katie, one cool husband, Matt, and one cuddly pup, Zeus.  When she’s not nerding out with data and reports or being about the mom life, she enjoys reading and working out in her spare time.

Learn more about Emily and her business here:
https://www.analytics2inform.com/about.html
Find Emily on Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/shanarecker/
Emily's Free Resources:
https://www.analytics2inform.com/free-resources.html


Shana's 6 Steps to Starting Your Dream Hustle Online here:
http://bit.ly/createonlinehustle




A little about Emily
"I always know that I have skills that can be used"
How Emily made the decision to leave her corporate job
You need to be aware of your own needs
"You're not meant to do the same thing for your entire life"
"We're meant to feel happy and fulfilled"
What type of people are you attracting and who is it that you want to attract?
The data can tell you a lot about your business
Take 'feelings' out of the equation
Don't sell yourself short!
"It's not what you think your product is worth, it's the value it has for the person purchasing it"