Preston Tillotson and Tyler Robinson of Sudz by Studz.

Preston Tillotson and Tyler Robinson of Sudz by Studz.

Meet Preston Tillotson and Tyler Robinson, everyone! They're the makers behind a very successful line of artisan skincare products, Sudz by Studz, and they were kind enough to join me on today's episode to talk creativity for a bit.

Both Preston and Tyler have very diverse backgrounds and I found it so interesting to hear how their journeys led them to soap making. If you're interested in turning a hobby into a business, want to know how a philosophy student and musician came to become soap makers or just love learning more about creating products for sale, this is the show for you. 


FAVORITE QUOTES:

"Know your brand. It's much easier to create if you know who you are, what you're making and who you're making it for." --Preston Tillotson  //  CreatingYourOwnPath.com
"Don't sit around waiting for someone to tell you that you can do it. You have to be proactive." --Tyler Robinson  //  CreatingYourOwnPath.com 

LISTEN:

Today's show brings me to ThinkHouse Collective to chat with Preston Tillotson and Tyler Robinson, owners of Sudz by Studz. Together they create artisan skincare products and I am so inspired by their story.

Listen in as we chat about how they went from a contestant on The Voice (Tyler) and a student of philosophy (Preston) to becoming professional soap makers, the new company they've just acquired, their incredibly wise advice to those just starting out. Happy listening! 


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Special thanks to ThinkHouse Collective in Midtown Sacramento for the use of their recording space.

 

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