Interested in starting your own entrepreneurial journey but unsure what to expect? Then read up on our interview with Danielle Nazir, Owner of Coach Content Collaboration, located in Dallas, TX, USA.

What's your business, and who are your customers?

Coach Content Collaboration is a Christian women-owned business that provides a monthly membership with done-for-you digital content. We are content-creating machines! Every month is packed with captions, graphics, tracking sheets, story images, recipes, Canva templates, and more!

We help faith-based wellness coaches go from feeling burnt out, overwhelmed, and frustrated trying to create monthly content to feeling excited about what they have to offer, having more time to do what they enjoy, and being better able to nurture their clients. While also being able to attract more like-minded Christians into their network.

Tell us about yourself

I graduated from Wichita State University in 2009 with a BFA in Graphic Design. Later that year, I moved to Texas and started working for another small business entrepreneur, from whom I learned a lot.

Then I found a love for health & fitness and created content for coaches. I took what I learned from my previous boss to start a simple Etsy shop and, a few years later, turned the content into a subscription service on Coach Content Collaboration.

My motivation comes from the Lord, and I'm so thankful to Him for bringing me the opportunity to be able to do what I love! It's wonderful that I have been able to turn my passion for creating into something that helps coaches transform their clients' lives and spread the good news.

What's your biggest accomplishment as a business owner?

My biggest accomplishment as a small business owner, besides building up our portfolio of work every month, is just being able to keep learning and growing and not giving up.

Being an entrepreneur isn't easy. There are so many challenges I never knew I'd have to face and learn how to navigate through them without throwing in the towel to improve on the other side. I have to keep trusting in the Lord and His plan for CCC.

What's one of the hardest things that come with being a business owner?

As an introvert, a people pleaser, and someone who aims to live by the motto "do unto others," one of the hardest things is dealing with others. I was not prepared to deal with some of the difficult and dishonest entrepreneurs that have come my way running a B2B.

But I have been called to serve them and to love them. It's not easy, but I try to remember that each challenging customer shows me how I do not want to be and helps me to learn to be more patient and forgiving.

What are the top tips you'd give to anyone looking to start, run and grow a business today?

  1. If you are a Christian faith-based entrepreneur, do not be afraid to speak openly about your beliefs. Make sure that what you do is aligned and give the glory back to the Lord. Dedicate your business to Him and allow Him to lead you because He knows what's best.
  2. Strive for quality over quantity. Whatever you do, do it well. Be excellent. When you work hard, and you put your heart into it, that's when you are most proud, and it shows. Double, triple check your work. Others will notice the way you genuinely care about your business and customers.
  3. Have a support system (or an assistant)! Being an entrepreneur can be a challenging and lonely road. Join FB groups, connect with other business owners, and have an assistant to help you. Ask others questions, learn from their experiences and get encouragement. It's essential to have a network that can inspire, motivate and uplift you!

Where can people find you and your business?


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