Interview with Business Coach - Charity Rogers

Interview with Business Coach - Charity Rogers

Charity Rogers, Founder of Something to Chat About

International Women's Day is a global day celebrating women's social, economic, cultural, and political achievements.

In a series of interviews, we interviewed inspiring women entrepreneurs to learn more about their challenges and inspirations in and outside of the brand.

In this interview, we talked with business coach Charity Rogers, founder of Something to Chat About.

(This article has been edited for brevity)

1. What is your company’s purpose and mission?

I help entrepreneurs create and scale their online businesses by leveraging social media.

2. What inspired you to start your business?

I started my business seven years ago, and I wanted to help people avoid the costly mistakes I made along the way.

3. What is your favorite brand, and why?

Girl + God is my favorite brand. It was created by Krystal Lee, a young black American woman. Her company makes T-shirts that spread positive vibes.

4. What did you do before starting the business?

I worked a full-time job as an executive assistant for a large corporation.

5. What is your biggest challenge as an entrepreneur?

My biggest challenge is wanting to help out everyone. However, I'm just one person, and there is only so much I can do.

6. Share your top 3 tips for success with fellow entrepreneurs and people thinking of starting a business.

  1. Just start, chances are you already know what you need to know to start. So just start.
  2. Utilize your free resources.
  3. Don't be afraid to fail.

7. How do you spend your time when you are not at work?

I love to travel and watch superhero movies

8. What do you love to do most in your daily life?

Sit out on my back porch and embrace God's goodness.

9. How do you continue to educate yourself?

I absolutely believe in investing in education. So, I buy courses, programs, mentorships, read books, sign up for seminars, and watch a ton of Youtube.

10. Tell us about your logo design and what message it carries.

My logo has butterflies in it. It represents the transitions you go thru in your business.

11. What were some obstacles in determining the brand identity?

I want to make sure my logo matches what I teach in my business from step to step.

If you’d like to connect with Charity, please visit her on her website, Instagram, or Linkedin.