Styled Stock Society Member Feature: Doctor Kondwani Musonda
We love seeing how our members use our styled stock photos and learning more about their businesses! So each month we’re featuring one of our Styled Stock Society members – giving you a little peek at who they are, what they do, and how they are elevating their visual content with the help of their Styled Stock Society membership.
This month we’re excited to feature Doctor Kondwani Musonda.
Tell us a little about your business + what you do!
I'm a medical doctor, WordPress Coach / graphic designer and I love helping ladies/female creatives streamline their business ideas and thereafter teach them how to design exceptional websites that showcase their ideas to ideal clients and generate leads.
Where can we find you online?
What’s the most important thing you’ve learned as a business owner?
Niching down is absolutely important for any business to actually grow and thrive in the direction of success and running a business requires investment, patience, resilience and dedication. Times will get rough but backing down should never be a resolution – instead change your strategy and forge ahead.
What are you excited about in your business right now?
I'm currently officially moving from the beta stage of my WordPress coaching program and officially launching it in December. I've been working with my student and it's been an amazing experience watching her design, brand and launch her business platform. So I have finally decided to take up more students and work 1:1 with them to make their business ideas tangible products that they can share with the rest of the world.
How has being a Styled Stock Society member made your life easier and/or benefitted your business?
Styled Stock Society has become my go to place for templates and stock photos that enrich my graphics and save me a lot of time with designing. Pinterest has been so demanding these past few months and it's been a relief knowing I can easily access images and canva templates and publish them whenever needed.
What are your favorite Styled Stock Society collections?