Our guest is Rebekah Scott, from South Dakota. Her whole vibe reminds me of Chip and Joanna Gaines on HGTV but on a whole different level of cool. I was first introduced to Rebekah in the November 2018 Issue of the Handmade Seller Magazine. In this episode, Rebekah shares her story to help other women lean into their power and give themselves the permission to pause and slow down.
Here a few main things Rebecca and I talk about during this episode: Why and How to slow down, How to look at yourself as an expert, and Really getting clear on what you're good at and finding inspiration in that. Last but not least Rebekah shares with us how important mental health is to her and her family and how she’s turned a very difficult pain into a passion to help save many. So Yes tune in and tell us what you think.
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CEO & Designer of Rebekah Scott Designs
Rebekah’s spark for textile style began at the age of four, with her mom’s fabric scraps and her very own little sewing machine. During college and her early married days, she sewed several purses for gifts and in 2003, a business was born. Rebekah Scott Designs, a handmade purse, and accessory business has grown into a federally trademarked and direct sales brand which includes business coaching, a podcast called The Encourager with Rebekah Scott, and a book for mompreneurs. From her farmhouse studio, Rebekah remains rooted in her loves – both her business and her family, including her husband and four growing kids. Rebekah employs a team of creative moms and women who desire to work at home and raise their families while she remains at the helm – designing and sewing new bags and accessories with her kiddos nearby.