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Pru Chapman
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Pru Chapman is the Founder + Head Hustler at Owners Collective, a dedicated digital community and global online resource hub for early-stage entrepreneurs. Pru gets giddy supporting business owners to create meaningful, sustainable + profitable business. She loves nothing more than bulletproof coffee, her pooch Maverick, andd an empty mountain hiking trail.

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Welcome to our new series ‘Hustlers at Home’ where we highlight the incredible Hustlers in our community who continue to Hustle whilst working from home. ​The next 5 weeks, our focus is all about how we can support our community who are working from home with tips, inspiration for their body, mind & business.

 

A conversation with Grace Bae from A Little Bite Studio

 

What do you do:
I practise my own art while teaching little + big creatives to go after their creative passion + dreams.

 

How do you start your morning?
Since the lockdown, everything has changed. I jump onto youtube and dance ( sometimes yoga) with my 6 year old son Aiden. This sets the tone of the day.

 

Tea or coffee?
A big coffee lover here.

 

What are your top 3 values?
Authentic
Creative
Joy

 

How do your values shape your life & work?
I always stick to my gut feelings with all the decisions I make and my work brings me so much joy and creative energy!

What does home mean to you?
Home to me is a little (Sydney apartment) cozy place where I feel comfortable putting my feet up and where my Son sings and dances in the background 24/7.

 

What do you love doing at home?
Since the lockdown, I’ve brought my studio home. I’m currently using the corner of our living space to create, make art, online classes and a messy space for my son Aiden.

 

What book or podcasts are inspiring you right now?
I’m currently binge listening to Make Your Break Podcast  by Jai Long.

 

What does your nightly wind down routine look like?
I like to end the day with a cup of hot peppermint tea. I put my son to sleep then create a checklist of things to do the next day.

 

 

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