Female Startup Club

1 of 421 episodes indexed
Back to Search - All Episodes

6 quick questions with Claire Xue, Founder of Moodelier (part 2)

by Female Startup Club
August 9th 2022
Welcome back to the show! It’s Doone here. Your host and hype girl. Today's episode is presented in partnership with our pals at Norby - if you haven’t met them yet you should totally check them out!!... More
Welcome Back. Here are the six quick questions. So question number one is, what's your why? Why are you doing this every single day because I'm so passionate about what I'm doing, that's why. And that's the, and it's my first company. Obviously I got really personally, really attached and that's good and also bad. Um, but just I'm really passionate about and I really believe in what I'm doing. Amazing. Question # two is what has been your favorite marketing moment so far. I think when I tried to launch the correspondence, that was my failure marketing moment and it really worked and I got really great feedback. Love that for you. Question # three is what is your go to business resource when it comes to a book or a newsletter or a podcast. I don't have a one book. I really enjoyed reading a couple of years ago, building a brand story.

That's a really good book for building a brand and it really helps you with messaging. That's really good resource for me. And today I feel like there's just so many resources out there. Honestly, I feel like a Tiktok is really good one. That's where I discovered your Tiktok, I discovered you're sharing all these like a grand and like all these resources. So I don't really have a go to one. I feel like a lot of us these days don't have just one hub, one place we're kind of jumping around. Yeah. So I don't know if that's a good answer, but I do like Tiktok. It's a great answer, I love Tiktok to Yeah. And I I also just bookmark it. If I find out something really interesting, I don't have time to like fully digest or dig into that resources there provided I just bookmark it. And later on I go back to a 100%. Me too. I do. The same question of a thought is how do you win the day? What are your AM or PM rituals and habits that keep you feeling happy and successful in the morning?

I don't know if this is a good habit. I always have a coffee in the morning and I have a little Pomeranian and five minutes. It's like, oh my God, your dog is so cute. I have to tell you, I forgot to tell you already. I have a little dog too. And hazelnut is like warms my heart. I love her. She's so cute. What is your dog name? My dog is. She's a little chihuahua and she is called sweetie, sweetie. What a sweetie pie. Yeah. So I feel like you probably feel the same. Like whenever you come back to home or waking up in the morning, they just jumps on you and then greeting you and making you. That's just like a good five minutes for me and I needed that every morning to wake up. Um, going to sleep is not good right now. It's just Tiktok, I don't recommend to go with Tiktok, but that's something I needed to change. Um, yeah, but that's kind of my simple routines.

I don't, I, one thing I wish I develop a workout in the morning routine, but I currently don't do not have, and that's just what it is. That's just what it is. Hey, I mean one step at a time, you've got the dog kisses, that's the best ever. That's all you need. It's again, also my like favorite part of the day is like the mornings and giving her little snuggles and stuff. She's so cute. Question # five is what's been your biggest money mistake? And how much did it cost you? Money mistake? I think maybe launching product that is not ready for your audience, that was my mistake Cost me maybe I would say 10 grand. What did you launch? I think I launched um some digital product that was not really audience of my audience, not really ready. And I think in my head of my, this is really good idea, I think, but I didn't really test it out.

I didn't really like do more researching before and I just kind of launched it. So I feel like that's something they were not ready for. Probably what's my biggest mistake, but even that, I feel like it's okay because like the digital product, I can still utilize their photos, so I can still utilize those photos. Um yeah, so it's, it is a mistake by, it's a good mistake to, to have? Yeah, absolutely. Learning comes from those mistakes. And question number six, last question, what is just a crazy story, good or bad that you can share from this journey of building a business? I think maybe it's not when I was building the company, it's before why I motivated me to building the company. Obviously I said because I was passionate about my product and I think it's a great idea, but really before that makes me really wanted not working for anybody anymore for the next couple of years, it was my previous job really made me realize I can do this and I feel like if I'm gonna bust in my ass off for somebody else, I may try that from my own company.

Yeah, so that's kind of really big like moment of waking up moment um for me to really want to having the idea of having my own company. 100%. So true. So true. Claire this was so fun. Thank you so much for taking the time to join me on the show today and share all of your learnings and your cool journey in mid earlier. Thank you so much for having me. It's been a pleasure and I'm so honored to be part of your family and I can't wait to see what else is coming for you this this year. Next I'm excited for you. Thank you so much. Thank you

6 quick questions with Claire Xue, Founder of Moodelier (part 2)
6 quick questions with Claire Xue, Founder of Moodelier (part 2)
replay_10 forward_10