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Pet Productivity: Tips for Caring for Pet Companions Productively

This week on the show, we discuss pet productivity, covering some tips for caring for your pet companions productively with pet lover and branding expert, Isabel Pinaud (find her on Instagram @brandyourweird).

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In this Cast

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Isabel Pinaud

Isabel Pinaud is a productivity geek, bookworm and all around weirdo.

Through her business Brand Your Weird, she encourages quirky entrepreneurs to embrace who you are and then uses the psychology of design to help them create a brand that attracts their ideal client without giving up their personality. In other words, no cookie cutter businesses allowed. 

She’s also a dog mom, animal lover and owns a brick & mortar pet shop, hence why she’s here with us today to discuss pet productivity with us today.

Instagram: @BrandYourWeird

FB Page: @BrandYourWeird

Free FB Group: Brand Your Weird

Clubhouse: @IsaPinaud 

TikTok: @IsabelPinaud

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