Meet social media and ads strategist Samantha Semans…
Samantha is the founder of Ten 10 Social. With a hunger for freedom in her own life and a clear understanding of the tireless work of small businesses, Samantha set out to build a business from the ground up. She fused her passions for shopping local, creativity, and serving others into Ten 10 Social. Not only does she enjoy the flexibility and newfound freedom for her family, but loves seeing other business owners’ dreams come to fruition.
In her free time, Samantha can be found volunteering with her church, drinking a tad too much coffee (if that is even a thing), and happily raising her four precious kiddos ages 8, 7, 4, & 2. They love hanging out, playing outside, watching movies, and just being together. And they just made a crazy move from California to Tennessee.
You can listen to my conversation with Samantha Semans at the link above. Or get an overview below.
1. What do you do in your business and why did you choose it?
I am a Social Media and Ads Strategist for busy entrepreneurs. Starting as a VA, doing all of the things, I quickly realized it was not for me. I couldn’t be all the things for all the people and I’ve always loved social media. Funny thing is, I had done social media for free for years!
2. What is your greatest strength when it comes to running your business?
I think my greatest strength (and sometimes weakness) is that I love people. Like I genuinely care about people and their business which means I serve with excellence and want them to get incredible results.
3. What is the area of entrepreneurship where you could grow the most?
I am growing and stretching in my confidence as I level up and in hiring for myself. I was super confident in some of my packages and then my coach saw them and “made “ me level up. That saying, “new level has new devils” is so true.
4. If you were to start your business over today, what piece of advice or lesson learned would you emphasize to yourself?
I would tell myself to go hard or go home. To not be afraid. I would hire a coach to help sooner in the game. And I would stop doubting myself and my abilities.
5. What is your best advice for balancing business and home life or creating intentional family time?
Be intentional. My business name reminds me to live an abundant life daily but also abundant in how I see fit.. not what the world tells me it’s supposed to be. Meaning I created this business to provide for my family but also to stop trading time for money. I created it so I could have more time with my family, not be chained to the biz. Always remember your why.
Where can we find you on social media?