Joanna Waterfall — Helping Entrepreneurs Feel Less Alone


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Joanna Waterfall

Joanna Waterfall is the founder of Yellow Co. whose mission is to equip and inspire creative, entrepreneurial women to become agents of good.

Yellow Co. had their first conference, the Yellow Conference in 2014, have doubled in size in the three years following with women coming from all over the world to attend.

In this episode, Branden and Joanna dive into relationships, prenatal depression, failing publicly, and how to separate who we are from what we do.



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