Oct 1, 2020
Casey is an entertainment and digital media law attorney who helps influencers and creative entrepreneurs who struggle with navigating the legal side of their businesses and brands, specifically as it relates to contracts. She prides herself on helping creatives negotiate fair deals with Fortune 500 companies and leading entertainment brands, all while helping them build legally sound businesses that are built for generational wealth and impact. Here on the podcast, she normally does that through sharing the stories of successful entrepreneurs and influencers to help you learn from their mistakes. But occasionally, like today, switches things up and highlights popular culture.
Meet our Guest
Kandice Guice is a wife and mother. But by day she’s an attorney and influencing thousands of women. Her encouragement within the female community has grown her career to speak with over 20,000 fans on socials, develop content as an official TikTok Business affiliate, and partnerships with Change.org, The Lip Bar, and Peloton; to name a few. A letter to the CEO of her Fortune 100 Company began trending and advised leadership on increasing diversity within the workforce - and steps to move forward. Steps that opened doors for herself and her audience. I would love to bring her wisdom and tips to your platform.
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[5:36] – The Interview Begins.
[6:10] – Kandice shares some of her professional background and the many hats she wears. She describes herself as an attorney by day and a writer and social activist by passion.
[10:36] – In this section, Casey and Kandice discuss how to build a successful business foundation and prepare for your business to boom, from the very beginning.
[14:14] – Kandice talks about her viral email and the importance of diversity in business. She shares experience emailing the CEO of her fortune 100 company.
[21:00] – Casey asks Kandice to share how she helps women know their value and negotiate better contracts.
[29:20] – Kandice shares what she has learned about the need that many women have to please other people and how this affects their ability to identify their goals and achieve them.
[36:18] – Kandice talks about the legal lessons she has learned while being an entrepreneur and the mistakes that others can avoid making.
[43:36] – Kandice gives insight into her course Inking the Deal.
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