Episode 21 Prioritizing so you can wear lots of stylish hats with Amanda Easterlin
Amanda may have gotten her thick accent from small town Georgia, but she’s ventured far outside the limits of her small town in many ways. Throughout her school and college years, she had a feeling she would enjoy working in the fashion industry but after a brief stint, she pivoted to work in insurance. Only a few years later, with the help of her network of close friends and professionals, she was encouraged to make her own name in the fashion industry by starting Closet Couture ATL.
In this episode, we talk to entrepreneur, Amanda Easterlin. We talk about her career path, its motivations, and how she manages to balance a family with multiple businesses!
2:33 – How a conversation about mothers-in-law inspired an idea for a book
5:07 – Leading a multi-faceted entrepreneurial life
10:05 – Amanda has small town Georgia for her distinct accent
14:08 – Where Amanda found her fashion influences
18:30 – Deciding on a career after college
26:15 – Did Amanda miss out by not pursuing fashion in NYC?
33:20 – Re-entering the fashion industry and launching Closet Couture ATL
39:23 – Becoming a fitness instructor and balancing multiple careers
49:53 – Looking forward to the years ahead
Thank you so much, Amanda, for appearing on the podcast! You can follow Amanda on IG @ClosetCoutureAtl
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