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Have you ever wondered how to gain more visibility online and build more influence? Kate Paine, LinkedIn expert and CEO/Founder of Standing Out Online, is our special guest this week on the Expand Your Fempire Podcast. Kate shares her tips for utilizing the many features LinkedIn now has to help small businesses grow. Check out this episode to discover some of the many ways LinkedIn can help you tell your story, build trust with your ideal client, and engage more with your community!
We've come a long way on our journey of having an abundant mindset versus a poverty or scarcity mindset but it has been a journey! We've learned that how you think determines where you'll go and what you'll do. When you're stuck in scarcity, it can derail you from your God given assignment. Listen now to hear how you can step more fully into living like a child of God with a good Father.PS...head on over to our IG post (the.joyfulmama) and answer our question of the week!Instagram- www.thejoyfulmama.com/instagramFree Homeschool Ebook- www.thejoyfulmama.com/ebook1 on 1 Coaching- www.thejoyfulmama.com/getcoached Wanting to grow your business but struggling to do so? Book a 30 minute interview with Sara here. She will ask specific questions in an interview style for 30 minutes and then spend 30 minutes coaching you. FOR FREE! https://thejoyfulmama.com/freecoaching Facebook Group- www.thejoyfulmama.com/fbgroup
Hey my friend, You are fired up for your business idea but your spouse is just not on board with it? An entrepreneur's life can be a tough act. Especially if you are just starting out and trying to balance things out. There might be resentment and bitterness or even a hard-no from your spouse. And maybe, you are starting to second guess yourself too. All these thoughts might be spinning in your head. Is entrepreneurship really the way to go? Should I do this? Then you get frustrated and get resentful towards your spouse. Why is he standing in the way? Or why is he so slow to understand! Do not fret my friend. In this episode I share 3 things to consider before you give up on your spouse or on your entrepreneurial idea. I share with you what will make navigating this tough phase easier. I pray this blesses you. Cheers, Archana Archana Jacob Coach, Business Woman, Christian Entrepreneur & Investor ****** Coaching Wanna work together!? Snag a private coaching session with Archana: firstname.lastname@example.org Check out the Website www.moonshot-entrepreneur.com Contact email@example.com Connect with Archana on Facebook (Click join to be part of the Moonshot Entrepreneur Facebook Group Community) www.facebook.com/groups/moonshotentrepreneur
Flex Mami shares the secrets of her signature Flex tonal orange makeup look and other beauty hacks. Adore Beauty Acknowledges First Nations People as the Traditional Owners across the lands and waters of Australia. We recognise and pay our respects to Elders past, present and future, whose lands were never ceded. Sadaf and Flex chat about how she does her tonal orange makeup look, her best beauty hacks, how to know if you're a frog or a rat (IYKYK) and Flex shares some beauty faves she's loving at the moment. Flex Mami is an Australian Media Personality, Radio Presenter @ CADA, Best Selling Author, Award-Winning Influencer, DJ, Business Woman, and TV Presenter. Find out more about Flex here: https://www.flexmami.com/ and follow her on IG: @flex.mami Host: Sadaf RaziGuest: Flex MamiDisclaimer: https://www.adorebeauty.com.au/disclaimer.htmlFind out more about SkinCeuticals Vitamin C here: https://www.adorebeauty.com.au/skinceuticals/vitamin-c.html See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tanya Fasnacht Jolliffe, a non-diet registered dietitian and founder of L I T Wellness Solutions, is helping people live healthy and whole lives of purpose. Tanya's experiences as a health coach revealed diet culture's impact on health outcomes, prompting her to start L I T Wellness Solutions. With it, she intends to bring her strengths in non-diet nutrition care, wellness integration, health coaching, and strategic program design to help people "IGNITE the Change Within." Tanya wants to remedy the unhealthy diet culture and help people become mindfully attuned to the habits, rules, routines, and rituals as well as the feelings and emotions. Listen to this episode to learn more about Tanya and how she is helping people make lasting health transformations. Today, you will learn about: Tanya's early life and career Her work as an online healthy eating expert and health coach Founding of LIT Wellness Solutions Programs and approaches used to bring about a culture of wellness Tanya's mission of igniting the change from within Her work as an author Advice to budding businesswomen Key Takeaways: Do not just think; take action to make the change Unhealthy diet culture results in harmful outcomes Non-diet approach fuels a culture of wellness Becoming mindfully attuned to yourself is key Stop the comparison game Connect with Tanya Fasnacht Jolliffe https://www.linkedin.com/in/tanya-fasnacht-jolliffe https://www.litwellnesssolutions.com/
There's a way we're taught to run our business and make money. It works sometimes, but more often it leaves you confused and making way less money than you want. In ways you that you don't even like.How about a better way? One that uses your brain to solve problems and make money, instead of leaving that up to chance. And that lets you be yourself, do what matters to you, they way you want to do it. Put the profit control in your hands and have a lot more fun doing it.To learn more or work with Sarah: sarahnemecek.comSign up for my emails.Follow me on Instagram.
Welcome to Episode 59 of the re-launched Dental Boss Lady Leadership Academy Podcast with Dr. Terri Pukanich. In today's episode we are gonna be talking about how to implement new systems inside your practice. We will discuss the importance of the 80-20 rule and what's one of the biggest barriers to successful implementation. Lastly, I will be sharing the five steps you should consider before implementing a new system. All this and much more, up next. Bullet points (02:07) How to implement new systems inside your practice (06:20) The five step guide (06:50) First: Have a strong understanding of why you are implementing a new system. What problem is this system going to solve? (11:55) Second: Identify your allies. Who does this impact? (13:48) Third: Understand and be clear on why implementing this new system connects to your vision and mission (18:14) Talk to your team about it: Be clear and set expectations (22:59 ) Fourth: Design your system (23:05) Fifth: Think like your team (26:58) One of the biggest barriers to successful implementation (29:39) Look at the big picture: What do I actually need to work on? (32:09) What is the number one problem I need to fix?
We often associate these qualities with "bad leadership." Poor results Overbearing Micromanagement Lacking authenticity Lack of consistency But, what if there was an unseen driving force behind these challenging leadership behaviors? Confidence, while not always seen, plays a significant role in our behavior and how we show up. And, it is not as easy as it sounds. In this episode of The Coffee with Rhonda Show, we'll discuss the warning signs of leaders who lack confidence and specific steps they can take to turbo-boost their confidence so they can achieve greater balance, less stress, and bigger results. Let's talk confidence with this week's special guest Pegine Echevarria as she joins Mireille Toulekima, Roz Jones, and myself at the coffee table! About Pegine: Leadership speaker, Best-selling author, and Award-winning Businesswoman, Pegine (Peg-een) is an advisor to US Presidents and their task forces as well as Fortune 500 executives to be effective at engaging their people and stakeholders. She educates leaders and businesswomen on influencing, impacting, and inspiring others to increase profits productivity, and positivity. Pegine coaches women CEOs, Admirals and Generals, College Presidents, and entrepreneurs on influence, impact, and presentation skills. Her expertise is on women leaders and women in business. She is the founder of Power Women Worldwide. Her newest book is “Called to Lead: Success Strategies for Women” AVON and Real Leaders Magazine called Pegine one of the world's top leadership motivational speakers. Clients include ten percent of Fortune 100 global corporations, and 15 percent of the Global Top Direct Selling corporations. Business and Leadership News Outlets including Forbes, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Real Leader Magazine, and HR Magazine, seek her expertise for interviews. Pegine's song: https://youtu.be/xIb5hD3mTFI ______________________________________________________ Learn more and register for Leadership Above the Grind Mentoring and Coaching Academy. http://eliteleaders.net “LEADERSHIP ABOVE THE GRIND™ (LATG) and The mentoring and coaching ACADEMY make it possible to reach YOUR LEADERS with the TOP-RATED, CULTURE-SHIFTING support they need to do their best work – AND ALL THAT THAT IMPLIES – amid new and ever-shifting business realities. Whether you're addressing the achievement of new initiatives, DE&I, underperformance, stalled team and/or individual motivation, conflict resolution, or disengagement, we provide the support solutions needed to navigate constant change, uncertainty, and beyond. LATG founder and CEO Rhonda Y. Williams, supports, trains, and develops your “pros” using dynamic, proven, highly integrative, customizable, targeted, and lasting tools. Our resources WORK to unite current employees to achieve success in their leadership roles while honing skills to level up to leadership mastery. The one thing missing from so many excellent organizations is the thing they need most – total immersion leadership cultivation that lasts. We encourage you to click the link below to learn more about our acclaimed positive impact on organizations and how swiftly and engagingly the shift can be made to operating as a genuinely revered, more profitable, and retentive culture of engagement.” Leadership can be stressful. Is it time to STOP the madness? Download the complimentary 5-step formula to reduce toxic stress and reclaim your personal power. http://launchforleaders.com Schedule an appointment to explore The Mentoring and Coaching Academy services: https://stressfreeleader.kartra.com/page/LATGServices
Nicole Bankhead, a Licensed Professional Counselor, CEO and Founder of Serenity Wellness and Counseling Center, is committed to treating her clients' minds, bodies, and spirits through a holistic approach. Utilizing the brain's power, her goal is to teach skills one can use to feel empowered, take on life's challenges, grow, and rebuild. Nicole goes beyond just talk therapy to achieve long-lasting results and provides clients with accountability to help them reach their goals. Through specialization training, they provide the clients with a more unique, individualized plan to facilitate higher quality care with quicker results. Listen to this podcast to know more about Nicole and the fantastic work that she is doing with her company to help people lead better lives. Today, you will learn about: Nicole's early life and educational background Her foray into becoming a full-fledged licensed therapist Founding of Serenity Wellness and Counseling Center Services offered and approach used to provide holistic wellness Importance of connection between therapist and client Word of advice to future businesswomen Key Takeaways: Illnesses go beyond just affecting physical health Holistic wellness elevates the entire living system Therapeutic processes can help empower individuals Support and confidence- building is key to navigating life situations Mistakes should be treated as a learning curve Connect with Nicole Bankhead https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolespanglerbankhead/ https://serenitywellnessandcounseling.com/
Hey my friend, Do you find yourself in the space where you are denying yourself any expenditure at all? Maybe, you have invested in building up your own business and finances are really tight or you are working on paying back your debt. Or maybe you have decided that you need to cut back on expenses in order to achieve a big financial goal. As a result, you refuse to sign up for a training that you so desperately need or put of hiring an assistant for your new business even though you are drowning in work. Sometimes, it's wise to cut back. However, you are doing yourself a great disservice if you fail to invest now into something that will pay off in the long run. Managing your money well is so important. However, there is a difference between being thrifty and being just cheap. Let's say you have a car and never get it properly serviced. Sooner or later you it will break down because you did not take care of it at the proper time. Being in a financially tough spot can feel like you have no other options left on the table. I get this. I've been there too. But I am here to tell you today, that there you can invest in that training you so desperately need to up-skill yourself without breaking the bank. Nowadays, there are so many ways to get affordable help in your business and even around your home. This means however, that we have to overcome the mindset of "not having enough" and of "never being able to afford it". It's time for us to be resourceful. After all, isn't this one of the greatest business skills? Being resourceful and imaginative with what you have in order to create new services and increase profitability is what has made many businesses great. So, take this as a challenge. In today's episode I share with you 7 Hacks to overcome financially tough phases in your personal life through resourcefulness. I pray this blesses you. Cheers, Archana Archana Jacob Coach, Business Woman, Christian Entrepreneur & Investor ****** Coaching Wanna work together!? Snag a private coaching session with Archana: firstname.lastname@example.org Check out the Website www.moonshot-entrepreneur.com Contact email@example.com Connect with Archana on Facebook (Click join to be part of the Moonshot Entrepreneur Facebook Group Community) www.facebook.com/groups/moonshotentrepreneur
Horoscopes for the Business Woman (Libra Season) Live Stream Replay. This is Clubhouse App Live stream Replay. I will be touching on the Business women's business focused horoscopes for Libra Season. This room was created in the Womxn in Business Club in Clubhouse. About Chakras & Cusswords Podcast Chakras & Cusswords is a real life podcast that dives into self growth, self care and daily obstacles. Topics include over coming obstacles, clean eating, spirituality, relationships, self improvement, working out, raising kids, social topics, and finding your purpose. Life is a journey of happiness, grief, disappointments and courage. Finding our passion, impacts and success one day at a time. About Katherine Pacheco Since a young age I knew my purpose was to heal, create, and motivate. I discovered my purpose working as an Emergency Room Nurse. I have seen and care for patients, and their families during some of the worst moments of their life. I began to realize that many people need more outlets, and resources. I specialize in helping people identify and achieve their personal goals. By coping with the issues that are causing them distress, anxiety, and stress. I take great pride in the progress and success of my clients, and look forward to helping you. Get in touch to learn more. I have started my journey of helping others create goals and find spiritual practices and modalities that fit in their lifestyle. I centered off the my intuitive though process, the Chakra system with a strong astrology focus. Links: Website:https://www.chakrascusswords.com https://www.instagram.com/chakras_cusswords/ Blog: https://www.chakrascusswords.com/blog Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/@kalikat --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chakrascusswords/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chakrascusswords/support
Nicole Anderson, an HR entrepreneur and founder of MEND HR Solutions, works towards changing the industry and guiding corporate leaders to better understand tomorrow's workforce. Nicole's broad corporate experience and work with first-year startup companies guided her vision: the need for employers to understand where their employees come from and build a symbiotic relationship with them. Her other vertical, MEND Recruiting, works very closely with the clients to understand their specific needs and to match professionals in the industry with the business. Listen to this podcast to know more about Nicole and how she is leveraging her HR experience to build better companies and employees. Today, you will learn about: Nicole's early life and career Transition into entrepreneurship with MEND, LLC Services offered by the company Reason behind the founding of MEND Recruiting Nicole's approach in bridging the generational gap Her book and other involvements Advice to budding women business owners Key Takeaways: Companies must keep up with changing business environments Healthy relationship between employer and employee is key Every company is unique, so should be their workers Inclusive workplace culture is imperative Do not lose character to gain clients Business is a marathon, not a sprint Connect with Nicole Anderson https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicoleandersonhr https://mendhr.com/
Dr. Lucey considers how Russia's writers and artists popularized images of madams and procuresses as manipulative and greedy figures who tricked and abused the women in their charge. Portrayed as far more heinous than the men who frequented brothels, the madam looms in literature and fine art as a trafficker in human flesh who goes against God and nature in the pursuit of profit. Yet, as historians of imperial Russia have shown, the experience of brothel madams working under the state system of administrative supervision (nadzor) was far more complex than reflected in visual and print culture. Learn how the image of the madam evolved in nineteenth-century Russia and why such figures evoked heated debate about the rights of women and the regulation of commercial sex. About the Speaker: Colleen Lucey, PhD, is assistant professor of Russian and Slavic Studies at the University of Arizona. Her research focuses on gender and sexuality in nineteenth-century Russian literature and visual culture. She is the author of Love for Sale: Representing Prostitution in Imperial Russia (Cornell University Press, 2021).
Liz Wagner, external consultant and founder of Hotel and Hospitality Concepts, has been a trusted source for global travel, executive accommodations, and tour arrangements for over three decades now. Liz began her career with Marriott International as a front desk clerk in the early 80s and retired as the Regional Vice President of Sales & Marketing, overseeing revenue generation for 25 hotels. In 1999, Liz founded Hotel and Hospitality Concepts (HHC), a boutique firm that made its mark in the entertainment industry by handling hotel accommodations for performers while on tour. In 2021, Liz became a Certified Life Coach and started Liz Wagner Coaching to help others find their happiness by resetting their lives, enhancing their careers, and solving general life issues. Listen to this podcast to learn more about Liz and her fantastic journey, enriched by her passion and intent to make others' lives better. Today, you will learn about: Liz's early life and corporate career Her foray into entrepreneurship with Hotel and Hospitality Concepts Services offered by her company Her unique, client-centric approach Liz Wagner Coaching - her life coaching venture Future plans and advice to women business owners Key Takeaways: Hospitality specialists are equipped to understand customer needs Client satisfaction is key Self-development involves three levels – Discover, Transform, Thrive Take charge of your lives through self-preservation Understand and acknowledge your skills to succeed. Figure out what you do well and tap into it. Connect with Liz Wagner https://www.linkedin.com/in/liz-wagner-chsp https://thehotellady.com/ https://www.lizwagnercoaching.com/
Planning is underway for the Hays Chamber's next awards banquet vice president of membership. Rhonda Meyerhoff and Vice President of Marketing and Communications Mariah Legleiter stop by to share all the details on this episode of the Post Podcast. Transcript: EDITORS NOTE: Transcripts are provided by an automated service and are not verified for accuracy. James Bell Planning is underway for the Hays Chamber's next awards banquet vice president of membership. Rhonda Meyerhoff and Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Mariah Legleiter stopp by to share all the details on this episode of the Post Podcast. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership we decided we would really give one to give more time to our our businesses that do the engraving on the award. So they didn't have last minute, we wanted to be able to give enough time to the committee that that picks from all the nominations to place them. And so we decided it was just be better to, to put that out in October instead of November. So it Yeah, yeah. It'll be in the in the October newsletter, if somebody wants that sooner. Absolutely. James Bell Okay. Well, let's talk some details like any Well, first off, I know we've gone to all the awards that we've done, and you've got this really cool list, right handed it to me as we got started, I don't know who I'm showing this to I'm showing it to the world out the window, I guess. But it's all the previous award winners, going back to the original award winners that looks like on some of these way back into the 80s, which is so cool. But anything new or different in that regard. Coming up on this one? Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership Well, the awards are the same as they were last year that we did start a couple of new awards last year. And that would have been the Grow Hayes proper e Schmidt Entrepreneur of the Year award. So Doug Williams at grow Hayes and Gary Sherman, with the Robert E. And Pat Schmidt Foundation, decided to come up with this one. So, you know, we've got a lot of really amazing entrepreneurs in our community, truly, you know, and in sometimes seminars, I suppose I did was start a new business will have a digital, is that a franchise? Did you form it after somebody else know that what that's an entrepreneur, and we have a lot of those in town just really good. And so they decided that they wanted to recognize someone who was an entrepreneur. And so yeah, somebody who's demonstrated, you know, that ability to create and, and grow their business over the last year. And, you know, and then there's always efforts that go in to make it a better value for our community. And we have some amazing things that happen in our community. And it's so fun to be able to recognize those. And then Mariah, we added another one typically, Mariah Legleiter we added the worst Wealth Management member investor of the Year award. We really wanted to well worth wells wanted to partner with us and come up with an award that really showcased one of our member investors that that adds a lot to the community. And that gives back to our chamber. I think I think it was a great idea. It went over really, really well. We were happy to have Hays med win that last year. I'm looking forward to the nominees for this year. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership Absolutely. Absolutely. You know, and it's not all about financial giving. James, you know, we have a board of directors that's volunteer ambassadors are volunteers, and they're pulled out of their workplace all throughout the day. I mean, we try not to have more than three events that they're pulled out. James Bell Just imagine they're trying to work and your call would like no time to go. See him so much out in the community. Yeah, great. Yeah. And yeah, and it does, it takes more than just their effort, it's their employers to that allows them to do that. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership Well, and their co workers sure picking up the slack while they're gone. You know, and we try to be really respectful of that. But you know, without those volunteers, and our H yp is a great group. They have some things during the day, usually at noon, or after hours. But you know, all of those things are really helping the chamber in immense ways. And then obviously financial, we appreciate that as well. But there's a lot that goes into that member of the Year award. James Bell Yeah, like that. Let's start getting some more of these. Are you a winner? No, maybe we will just go through it before we talk about the submission process and how that all Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership works. Oh, okay. Yeah, Mariah Legleiter so we have the city of Hays Small Business Achievement Award. The I smile Vision Plus dental Helping Hands award, the golden belt bank Hall of Fame Award. The grow Hayes, Robert E. Schmidt, Entrepreneur of the Year Award, the next Tech Citizen of the Year Award, the next Tech wireless Business Woman of the Year Award, five broadband Rising Star Award and of course, the worst well worth Wealth Management member investor of the Year award. James Bell So really kind of covers the gamut Yes. To me, yes. In the business world. Yeah. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership Yeah, those new rising individuals that are showing a lot of promise for the future of our community. You know, gosh, those small businesses, Mariah Legleiter the seasoned people that have been giving to the community for years, we have the Hall of Fame Award like, yeah, there's a little bit for everybody. I mean, anybody that that gives back, I mean, there's a way to give back to them. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership And I'll tell you, the really fun part is now being on this side when you know, yes, who's the winner? And Mariah Legleiter conspiring to get them there? Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership Yeah, because we don't want them to know. Sure. Oh, yeah. There's some fibs that are told in order to get somebody there. We just think it's all one off, off, okay. Because it's, it's for the award winner to get them there. But, and then we had their family hide in a room in the back. So they don't see their family there. Because that would give something away. Mariah Legleiter It's a it's an elaborate setup. James Bell The real reason why you had to push it back, you guys didn't do more time to get get Mariah Legleiter that actually, yeah, that actually was a discussion we had was to figure out how to get them there. We need just a little bit more time to figure that out. So Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership although we know the more people that know what's going on, then, you know, yeah, the cat can be led out of the bag. Our families are always so excited to I, I remember last year GT Park, her husband was back in the waiting room and, and waiting for it to be her turn. And she was so amazed when she went up to win her award. She just couldn't believe first of all, that she was worthy of winning the award, which is so humbling to me. And then she sees she goes, Oh my gosh, and my husband's here, too. It's just it's so off the cuff. It's so fun. And it's Yeah. And the people are so honored by it. So yeah. Love it. James Bell Well, let's talk about how to get to get these people honored. How do you get as people signed up? Or do you sign up yourself? Well, you could because I could make I could sign myself up right now. put my name down here. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership You can you could James James Bell actually wrote my name down like, like, Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership yeah, there's more than just writing the name on a piece of paper. Sorry, you're gonna have to get another one. Okay. Yeah, we actually have the forms that Mariah has created for us. Live, as I mentioned earlier, there'll be in the October newsletter. James Bell So old school, handwritten form? Mariah Legleiter Yes. Okay. It'll be on our website starting October 1. And it will also like she said, it'll be in our October newsletter, which is also available on our website. And which is Hayes chamber.com. For those that don't know. And it has just a short description of each award. And then at the bottom, you fill out name, address, like contact information for the person you're nominating what award you're nominating them for. And then you just write a short paragraph on why you think they deserved the award. And then that all goes to our nomination committee, and then they take it from there. James Bell Very cool. Easy peasy. Yeah, Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership you don't change that might be part of what you've never won, because it's a short paragraph. And people would write pages about you. James Bell I'm sure they would. And this guy got let me tell you about this guy. All day long. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership So if individuals can't find it, for some reason, please call our chamber 705 or 78562. Ad 201. I almost gave her my personal number. Anyway, or you could call me there too. And I would still get the for sure. You betcha. So um, yeah, they can call us and we'll give them the the form that way as well. James Bell Very cool. And what's the deadline? Again, if they want to get him signed up? November 30. Mariah Legleiter October, Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership October 30. Yeah. October 31. November 30. was last year. Yep. Mariah Legleiter So October 31. is the deadline for nominations. James Bell Okay, so get about six weeks. Yep. Don't wait, but get it in. Yep. Put together a little time Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership habit. But for now, you can be thinking of those Absolutely. Like, yeah, our past award winners on the website, right. Yeah, Mariah Legleiter no, but I think we discussed that at one point. So that might be something we can talk about. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership Yeah. We're in the middle of trying to do some different updates to the website. So very cool. In between events and Facebook Lives. Benson. Yeah. James Bell I understand. It's hard to get to those projects. You want to do it. It's always like, Oh, I'll do it tomorrow. I'll do it tomorrow. And then it just never gets. Mariah Legleiter tomorrow never comes. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership I don't think there's anything more fun than to have a member come into the office, or the opportunity for us to go out and celebrate and showcase a member. Yeah, that's that's the The ultimate joy that we have. James Bell Absolutely. And I imagine like yeah, if you have to choose between going to the celebration or setting and working on a website, I know what I would pick website all day long. No. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership They don't want me on the website. James Bell Strictly Mariah. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership Yeah, yeah, that's good. Very cool. James Bell Well, before we run out of time, guys, we better talk about I know you've got some weekly events coming. Yeah, Mariah Legleiter we do as always, super busy week ahead of us. Today at noon at the venue at thirsties brew pub and grill at 2704 Vine Street we have the H yp connection lunch. Also today at 330 at the Welcome Center, we will have our monthly chamber board meeting. Um, let's see we also have a groundbreaking at the Ark Park for the leadership Hays class of 2020. One's storytime project that they're working on. And that's at 11am at the Ark Park. And then on the 22nd we have a ribbon cutting for the western Kansas Therapy Associates. They are wanting to they have updated their business name and want to celebrate that so that'll be at 11am 208 East Eighth Street Suite D in the James building. September 22. There's also an H yp lunch with leaders with Lavon geese of DSN Wk M that will be at noon at Paisley pear at 1100 Main Street and then we will wrap up our week with our chamber chat. Oh, we don't have a chamber chat. Do we James Bell know no chamber channels faded. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership Yes. That just happened. Yes. James Bell News. No chamber chat this week. It has been or stay smooth. Stay tuned. Mariah Legleiter For more information. Rhonda Meyerhoff, vice president of membership Yeah, because I think we were trying to build that with one we are in so watch your email from it. Mariah Legleiter Yep. And social media will hop it out there.
“The success of our brand has been, from day one, that we've been about giving back… When you really hone in on why your brand has to exist, that's what drives success around it.”- Jenn HarperAward-winning social entrepreneur Jenn Harper is out here changing the world (and the beauty industry) for the better and showing that Indigenous people are business leaders, community leaders, and FABULOUS beauty icons!Jenn is not only the CEO and founder of the epic mission-driven, values-based beauty brand Cheekbone Beauty (I'm telling you right now, you NEED their lipgloss!), she's also an activist who regularly speaks to students about social entrepreneurship, empathy, and the history of her First Nations family. Jenn has woven sustainability and representation into the foundation of her brand, creating a “soft place to land” for people who crave community and are curious about culture.Tune in to learn why Jenn turned down a Dragon's Den deal (and why she doesn't regret it one bit), what she's learned from her biz idols, and why Cheekbone Beauty is LITERALLY a dream come true!In this episode of The Juicy CEO podcast, you'll discover: Why Indigenous people are the true OGs of sustainability — and why the rest of us need to listen to themHow Jenn knew that she was building something a LOT bigger than she expected (and what she did differently)What she does to stay balanced while changing the world About Guest: Jenn Harper is the founder and CEO of Cheekbone Beauty, a direct-to-consumer cosmetics company that helps Indigenous youth see themselves in a beauty brand. Cheekbone Beauty is committed to donating 2% of their revenue to organizations that support Indigenous people.Highlights: 01:51 Intro03:35 Meet Jenn Harper05:46 Brand ethos & values07:28 The Cheekbone Beauty dream10:39 Representation & culture13:12 Changing up the beauty world14:52 Entrepreneur's journey18:02 Getting into Sephora & “figuring it out”22:35 Feeling whole23:48 Raven Capital & the Creator26:50 Staying balanced29:52 Dragon's Den34:10 Cheekbone products & inspiration37:00 How to support Cheekbone Links To Visit:Jenn Harperhttps://www.cheekbonebeauty.comhttps://www.sephora.com/ca/en/brand/cheekboneInstagram: @cheekbonewarrior, @cheekbonebeautyMake sure you're subscribed to The Juicy CEO Podcast and leave a rating and review! To win some Juicy CEO Swag, take a screenshot, tag me on Instagram @moniquebryan_co, and use the hashtag #TheJuicyCEO on social media. Stay Connected: Instagram: @moniquebryan_co Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/JuicyBrandSquad
If you think the path to a better business and more success lies in buckling down, working hard, and being super serious all the time, I have news for you. The most successful people play more than their peers. Listen today to learn how to have more fun with your business and why it is actually a better strategy than what you might be doing right now.To learn more or work with Sarah: sarahnemecek.comSign up for my emails.Follow me on Instagram.
How are you at strategizing and making decisions that guide your business? In this important episode, Caterina shares her top guiding principles for operating more efficiently and effectively by shining the light on strategy. Not only will you learn the importance of always upgrading in your business, but Caterina also discusses how to massively monetize what you've already got and how to keep your clients coming back month after month!
Today we have part two of how to step out of the hustle and double your sales. We had so much fun doing part one. It literally felt like we talked for 30 seconds, but it was 30 minutes, and we covered so much. So if you haven't listened to part one, go back and listen to us talk about; how to set yourself up how to figure out what you want (in terms of not hustling anymore) what mindset we need to have in order to make the changes we really want to make Today, we're going to dive into taking that desire of working less while making more and bring it into reality. Listen in as Rebekah and I share some of our personal stories and those of our clients' and actually see this concept in living action. Ursula's Takeaways: Intro (00:00) Things Change (26:22) - (27:33) Took 14 Months To Make Twice As Much (31:42) - (32:52) What's Your Goal (38:03) - (39:13) Clear Boundaries (43:14) - (44:24) Be Vulnerable (48:06) - (49:16) About Rebekah Hall Rebekah is a veteran business coach with over 10 years of experience and has worked with over 2500 companies. She is the former Director of Organizational Development and Leadership Coaching for a $100 million dollar tech company in Arizona. Her specialty areas are operations, systems, sales, marketing strategies, product development, leadership, revenue modeling, and even management of private aircraft. About Ursula Mentjes Ursula Mentjes is an award-winning Entrepreneur and Sales Expert. She will transform the way you think about selling so you can reach your revenue goals with less anxiety and less effort! Ursula specializes in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and other performance modalities to help clients double and triple their sales fast. Honing her skills at an international technical training company, where she began her career in her early twenties, Ursula increased sales by 90% in just one year. Just 5 years later, when the company's annual revenue was in the tens of millions, Ursula advanced to the position of President at just 27. Sales guru Brian Tracy endorsed her first book, Selling with Intention, saying, “This powerful, practical book shows you how to connect with customers by fully understanding the sales process from the inside out. It really works!” Ursula is also the author of One Great Goal, Selling with Synchronicity and The Belief Zone, which received the Beverly Hills President's Choice award. Her Podcast, Double Your Sales NOW, is available on iTunes, iHeartRadio and other outlets. Ursula also serves as Past Statewide Chairperson of the NAWBO-CA Education Fund and Past President of NAWBO-CA. She is the recipient of the SBA's Women in Business Champion and a recipient of the Willow Tree's Extraordinary Example and Extraordinary Entrepreneur Awards, the NAWBO-IE ANITA Award, chosen as PDP's Extraordinary Speaker, PDP's Business Woman of the Year, the Spirit of the Entrepreneur Awards Finalist and the President's Lifetime Achievement Award from two Presidents. She has shared the stage with bestselling author Loral Langemeier, Les Brown, Tom Antion, Lisa Nichols, Giuliana Rancic and many others! Her clients include Aflac, Ebenezer and Fairview Hospitals, New York Life, Paychex and more! She holds a B.A. in Psychology and Communication from St. Olaf College and an M.S. in Counseling Psychology from California Baptist University. Social Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ursulamentjessalescoach/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ursulamentjessalescoach/) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UrsulaSalesCoach (https://www.facebook.com/UrsulaSalesCoach) Instagram: @ursulaincorporated! Twitter: @ursulamentjes Join Quantum Revenue Expansion Private Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/quantumrevenueexpansion/ (www.facebook.com/groups/quantumrevenueexpansion/) Thanks for Listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and...
Today's show features a delightful guest with an interesting life story! Adriana Velez is the founder of an incredibly successful business, Global-Tec Enterprises, Inc. While she enjoys success today, her journey was anything but easy and she will tell us the story and what led her there. With her warm personality, passion for people, attention to detail and uncompromising dedication to excellence, you will understand why she is such a business success!Adriana was born in New York, then grew up in Puerto Rico, before returning to the States. She had some interesting early jobs, including working on large dinner boats, where the staff was not only responsible for food & beverage service, but also as singers and entertainers, many of whom went on to become famous on Broadway and beyond! Ultimately, some life events took her in a different direction and led Adriana to her initial career in the business of dental materials manufacturing! After growing the company from nearly startup to $4 million in annual revenue, she was fired, without any reason or explanation. This became her springboard to success, as she used her superpower of building strong, trusting relationships with customers to launch Global-Tec! We'll talk about her company's expanded product lines, with some cutting edge technology designed to LITERALLY save lives! And we'll talk about a brand new company she has formed, which will help busy people on the go, stay healthier! And, of course, we'll hear her own fun story of what lured her to the lake! Connect with her! https://global-tecinc.com/ https://www.buydechoker.com/ https://www.adahealthyvending.com/
Brooke Burgstahler has created docuseries for Snoop Dogg, and been a leading journalist in the budding cannabis media scene since its early days of legalization. (pun intended). She shares her journey of creating her own media brand, being her own boss in an industry with no blueprint for success, and managing the stereotypes of what it is do be a consumer of Cannabis while building her business.
Hi everyone! Today I am talking to the wonderful Reelika Schulte all about stepping into your power as a business woman. We are talking about why clarity comes from taking action and why it is time to go "ALL IN"! If you'd like to find out more about Reelika follow these links: Instagram - @reelikaschulte Facebook Free workshop Don't forget to come and let me know you have enjoyed this episode on my Instagram - @victoria.maskell Have a great day Victoria xxx Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Francesca Cavallo"Ho un fuoco nel cassetto"Salan Editorehttps://www.salani.it/La libertà è come il fuoco: una volta che parte, non lo sai mica dove andrà.Donna, queer, meridionale: tre parole che costruiscono una prigione invisibile fatta di aspettative, di stereotipi e luoghi comuni. Una prigione da cui Francesca Cavallo è riuscita a evadere, guidata da una curiosità audace e dal desiderio bruciante di essere padrona del proprio destino. Cresciuta in un paesino pugliese, figlia di un venditore di auto e di una casalinga, si è ritrovata – in pochi anni – a fondare un'azienda multimilionaria in California e a scrivere un bestseller che ha ispirato le “bambine ribelli” di tutto il mondo. In mezzo, insieme a tanto lavoro e al coraggio delle sue idee, ci sono momenti di disperazione, di rabbia, di solitudine; c'è lo scontro con un mondo del lavoro che fa di tutto per tenere fuori le donne e le minoranze; c'è, soprattutto, la costante spinta a discutere i sistemi esistenti e a mettere al centro della vita i propri valori, i sogni, le speranze, per un rinnovamento individuale ma anche collettivo. La sua storia personalissima non è solo il viaggio di un'artista, di un'imprenditrice e di una donna. È un appello universale e appassionato a non avere paura di uscire dai binari, di oltrepassare i confini, di “dar fuoco alle polveri” per demolire i muri che ci impediscono di realizzarci, per costruire un mondo più libero.Francesca Cavallo (Taranto, 1983) è scrittrice, attivista, imprenditrice. Nel 2012 ha co-fondato in Silicon Valley la startup di media per l'infanzia Timbuktu Labs, con la quale ha pubblicato la prima rivista su iPad per bambini e la serie Storie della Buonanotte per Bambine Ribelli, che è stata tradotta in 48 lingue e ha venduto quasi 6 milioni di copie nel mondo. Nel 2018 ha ricevuto il premio Publisher's Weekly Star Watch Award a New York. Nel 2019 ha pubblicato il suo primo romanzo per bambini, Elfi al quinto piano, e ha fondato la sua seconda società, Undercats. Dal 2021 vive a Roma con una gatta enorme di nome Dopamina.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/
The workplace has been designed for men, by men, and society still tilts the scale in their favour. That's the view of Edwina Dunn, Businesswoman and founder of The Female Lead, who spoke to Newstalk Breakfast this morning.
“What your brand says about you is an asset… and it's an asset that you can turn into revenue right now!”- Andrea HenryAndrea Henry from Henry Business Law is back on the podcast… and this time, we're talking about maximizing your brand!Andrea is multi-6-figure business owner who runs her own law firm and helps bad ass women business owners protect their moneymakers and kick through the earning ceiling (and if you DON'T already know about Andrea, listen back to episode 30 where she gives some amazing advice on protecting your brand!).Look — before I met Andrea, I knew basically NOTHING about protecting my business. The idea of being sued, negotiating contracts, and even incorporating were such scary concepts that I didn't even want to think about them. A lot of Andrea's clients felt that way when they first reached out to her.Maybe YOU feel the same way right now.But as smart, savvy, and Juicy CEOs, we NEED to handle our legals in order to protect AND leverage our brands! Because guess what — that big, beautiful brand you built is one of your greatest assets.And once you understand how to leverage it, the revenue possibilities are E-N-D-L-E-S-S!From turning your IP into sellable products to dealing with licensing, there are so many elements that go into maximizing your brand — and Andrea's hands-on Mo'Mentum Personal Brand Experience training is packed with juicy strategies to help you level up and WORK IT!As Andrea says, if you can figure out Reels, you can figure out legals!In this episode of The Juicy CEO podcast, you'll discover: Different ways that you can leverage your brand as an asset and create juicy new revenue streamsThe energetic lift you experience when sharing a space with ambitious, driven, smart women in business What to expect from the Mo'Mentum Personal Brand Experience — and especially Andrea's epic workshop! If this episode of The Juicy CEO Podcast resonated with you, subscribe for more powerful stories from visionary women in business! Highlights: 01:43 Welcome, Andrea!04:20 Why is protecting ourselves so scary??06:52 Your brand is your biggest asset08:57 Andrea's upcoming trips09:35 Mo'Mentum Personal Brand Experience!11:50 Andrea's hands-on Mo'Mentum training14:24 What is Andrea most excited about?16:26 Entrepreneurship: the lonely journey18:13 Should YOU be at Mo'Mentum??21:49 Meet us in Miami! Links To Visit:Andrea Henryhttps://henrybusinesslaw.comhttps://henrybusinesslaw.com/secure-your-way-to-7-figuresInstagram: @henrybusinesslawFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/henrybusinesslawLevel up your brand at the Mo'Mentum Personal Brand Experience!https://bit.ly/momentumretreatMake sure you're subscribed to The Juicy CEO Podcast and leave a rating and review! To win some Juicy CEO Swag, take a screenshot, tag me on Instagram @moniquebryan_co, and use the hashtag #TheJuicyCEO on social media. Stay Connected: Instagram: @moniquebryan_co Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/JuicyBrandSquadTICKETS CLOSED JULY 29TH to the public. If you are still interested in snagging one of these convented spots, join the waitlist at https://www.juicybrandondemand.com/momentum or email us at email@example.com with the subject line: Momentum Waitlist
Hey my friend, Does this sound familiar to you: Your kid hit his head and cries at the top of his voice while you are having a sales pitch on Zoom. Or, your daughter walks into the room for the 10th time while you are trying to finish the presentation so that you end up yelling at her and making her cry. Then you became so frustrated with yourself and the mom guilt is just eating you when you are tucking in your little one that night because you feel like a bad mother. You know what? The struggle is REAL. I've been there too. I have also struggled so many times to do all the things and be all the things to everyone at the same time. It often left me feeling like a loser, especially when I realized that I had been mean to my little one because I was stressed out. Do you feel the same sometimes? On one hand you love your kids and you really want to spend time and be a great mum to your children. On the other hand, you are also passionate about business and really want to make it work. This does not have to be a contradiction. Nor are you supposed to have Mum guilt. I share with you 5 strategies to get rid of mom guilt! I pray this blesses you. Cheers, Archana Archana Jacob Coach, Business Woman, Christian Entrepreneur & Investor ****** Coaching Wanna work together!? Snag a private coaching session with Archana: firstname.lastname@example.org Check out the Website www.moonshot-entrepreneur.com Contact email@example.com Connect with Archana on Facebook (Click join to be part of the Moonshot Entrepreneur Facebook Group Community) www.facebook.com/groups/moonshotentrepreneur
Welcome or welcome back to BAD BLEEP SPEAKS! This week jada and guest NIKKI GAL host of RAW TALK speak on what it's been like growing up in the digital age, making the hardest decisions ever at a young age, becoming the people they were meant to be, uplifting women of all backgrounds, doing what they love and remaining true to who they are! You can listen to raw talk Via this link featuring me https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/raw-talk-with-nikki-gal/id1571619465?i=1000579061403 stalk Nikki here -> https://www.instagram.com/p/Chvjx08pdpE5IGIfvvjz9Clcp_2LMvliRUuifA0/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=
This week Caterina is joined by the "Queen of Wealth," real estate investor and broker Olympia Hostler. Olympia shares her top five guiding principles for real estate investment. Whether it's getting out of your own way, understanding your risk profile, or learning the importance of having a team of professionals on your side, Olympia is a negotiation and financial genius whose tips will help you find the best returns on your investment!
Welcome to Episode 58 of the re-launched Dental Boss Lady Leadership Academy Podcast with Dr. Terri Pukanich. In today's episode we are gonna be talking about what you have to focus on in order to drive production forward. We will discuss the importance of building the right team culture and sharing your vision with your team. We will also talk about how to build great relationships and create raving fans by exceeding expectations. Finally, we will touch on wage transparency and how to structure the pay. All this and much more, up next. Bullet points (00:17) Taking a two-week vacation and empowering your team (04:45) Coming back and doing doctor-hygienist meetings (08:00) New live course on Nov 5th: All about patient communication (10:15) https://www.dentalbosslady.com/HOWTOTALK (10:33) Finding production lagging: Understand where the problem is coming from (12:02) What you have to focus on in order to drive production forward (12:55) Hiring and building the right team culture (16:29) Profit and production (17:02) Why my production had been falling (20:58) Talking about vision with your team (22:44) Believe your vision is possible (25:17) Leading the change: The small things can make the biggest difference (26:25) Building relationships and creating raving fans: Exceeding expectations (28:34) Picking up on the small details and showing gratitude (33:35) Structuring the pay and wage transparency: Why energizers get paid the most (37:33) A quick story (39:40) Moving up the ladder: What can I bring to the table? (45:07) Production follows
Season TWO Episode NINE of the Your Story Our Fight® podcast welcomes Teri Scott and Demetria Buie. Teri T. McIntyre-Scott is a 43 year a mother of two who lives in Clewiston, Florida. She is a certified correctional officer and has been on the job for almost 20 years. She also has her own photography business, T'Shots Photos. She has been battling lupus for 25 years but refuses to let it slow her down. Demetria Buie is a Businesswoman, Author, Mentor, & Magazine Owner who lives in the Louisiana area. She hosts Conferences & Retreats for female entrepreneurs in business and ministry all over the country. In 2019 Demetria Buie started her Lupus Support journey after being tested for Lupus 3 times & seeing over 25 Doctors. She now supports Lupus Ladies all over the Globe by interviewing Lupus Patients, leading prayer rallies and more.
“I am Not A Hypocrite, I am Human,” is the title of T. L. Jackson's book, a successful businesswoman and powerful person of faith with an inspirational story of how one can realize purpose through the pain which is the title of her next book. Question: There are many local talents in your community that we usually miss for various reasons. Why don't local stores carry local talent? We explore this in the episode today and ask that question on our Spotify and Anchor community page that you may respond to. The episode also featured a guest, Marvin, who was with us on the show and shared with us, as he also gets ready to share his own story about how one can go from death-row to being freed and fully adjusted so that he is giving back to society and even investing in others to realize their goals. Marvin is the Uncle of Ms. Jackson who lives in a beautiful section of Philadelphia close to the suburbs in Mount Airy. But she tells you how her near death experiences from several bank robberies at her own banks and the trauma that followed affected her life in a positive way and how one must follow the leading of the Divine even when others don't understand it and question your decision making based on this Divine impetus. She discussed her journey from Banking to being a Business woman in Philadelphia to now an author and where she gets her inspiration. She talked about the difficulty of gaining access in local Philadelphia Book stores who only publish “Big Name” books or if one is connected to the owners of the bookstore. Nevertheless, she stated that her book was self-published, but later picked up an hybrid Christian publisher and the book is now available in audible, paperback or hardcover on Apple, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and T. L. Jackson's website - Author T.L. Jackson | Sharing Stories That Inspire and Empower! (authortljackson.com) Towards the end of the episode T. L. and I pray and offer words of encouragement and motivation, and shares how to overcome challenges and realize next level success. The Neoliberal Round Podcast is produced by Donte T. Nelson, hosted and created by Rev. Renaldo McKenzie, author of Neoliberalism, Globalization, Income Inequality, Poverty and Resistance and is an Academic and President of the Neoliberal Corporation, grassroots think tank digital media and research/publishing company that is “serving the world today solve tomorrow's challenges”. Join Renaldo on October 6 for an interview on George The Poet's show on BBC, and October 10-12 in San Antonio Texas for the Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Professionals Annual Conference where he will be a presenter. Get your copy of Neoliberalism from any online platform or by contacting our publishers at Palmetto publishing or The Neoliberal Corporation. Renaldo is available for speaking, digital creation, writing and academic consolations. Visit us at https://renaldocmckenzie.com or https://theneoliberal.com. Subscribe to our show for free at https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal and donate to us at https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support
Hey my friend, Being your own boss is great. However, it does not only bring perks with it. Especially if you are starting out, you will have to fill in more than one role to get your business to thrive. You are the owner, the CEO, the CFO and the COO at the same time. So, how do you handle this? How do you make sure that you take the right decisions, especially if you are not experienced in a certain area? Today we'll look at the Financial Responsibility that comes with being an Entrepreneur. What does it mean to be the Chief Financial Officer of your business? What do you need to be aware of? What kind of aspects do you have to think through when you make decisions? How do you make sure that you plan ahead and keep flexible at the same time to deviate from the plan when a new opportunity arises? You'll know the answer at the end of this episode. Enjoy your listen. I pray this blesses you. Cheers, Archana Archana Jacob Coach, Business Woman, Christian Entrepreneur & Investor ****** Coaching Wanna work together!? Snag a private coaching session with Archana: firstname.lastname@example.org Check out the Website www.moonshot-entrepreneur.com Contact email@example.com Connect with Archana on Facebook (Click join to be part of the Moonshot Entrepreneur Facebook Group Community) www.facebook.com/groups/moonshotentrepreneur
UPDATE: Queen Elizabeth II of England died today at the age of 96 years old. This episode was recorded earlier this morning when it was announced that she was under medical supervision at Balmoral, the royal family's Scottish holiday home. Bethenny Frankel, businesswoman, creator of SkinnyGirl, and former Real Housewife of New York had a LOT to say about Meghan Markle's business ventures, and how much her husband Prince Harry may or may not be helping her. Listen to The Royal Report with Sir Gary and Baroness Lisa for all the tea. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In one of Caterina's most uplifting episodes yet, she shares her top guiding principles for overcoming setbacks while remaining ambitious with your goals. She discusses the power of choice, the benefit of having business adventures as standard operating procedure, and the importance of embracing positivity while being willing to be uncomfortable. This podcast also explores how to create a compelling vision for your life and how to use setbacks to help you bounce forward, time after time!
How to leave your small town, become a super model, win Star Search 11 times, become a super entrepreneur and create your own fragrance company with Mona Maine De-Biran Mona Maine de Biran (born August 11, 1969) is an American businesswoman, entrepreneur, socialite, model, blogger, and advocate. She is the winner of Star Search Spokesmodel 1995. Mona is also the founder of a NY-centric fine fragrance house, KIERIN NYC, and a blog called ‘Manhattan Minds' which she runs. She is a Countess by marriage, as her husband is the male-line descendent of Count Arnaud de Gontier and the French philosopher Francois-Pierre Gontier de Biran, usually known as ‘Maine de Biran'.
Is it really possible to work less and still double our income? This is what Rebekkah and I are going to be discussing in our two-part series on stepping out of our side hustle and still doubling our sales income. Back in the early days they taught us the only way to get ahead was to work all the time and then do a little bit more. In other words “ABC - always be closing”. If you were standing in a lineup at Subway, don't just stand there idly waiting this is an opportunity to make a sales connection. Fast forward to today, the time of the internet and connections being made all over the world from the comfort of your home. Things have changed drastically and we realize that working that hard is just not worth it. It takes a toll on our relationships, our free time and our entire body, mind and soul. So how do we work less and still make more? We all know people who make us wonder, how are they making that much money when they're always on the golf course, at the spa, or traveling all the time? What did they figure out that we haven't? … what are we missing? Ursula's Takeaways: Intro (00:00) Climb The Corporate Ladder (4:35) How Are They Doing It? (7:16) Just A Belief (11:57) Changing My Mindset (16:51) What Do You Choose? (20:35) Change Is Going To Be Hard (22:34) About Rebekah Hall Rebekah is a veteran business coach with over 10 years of experience and has worked with over 2500 companies. She is the former Director of Organizational Development and Leadership Coaching for a $100 million dollar tech company in Arizona. Her specialty areas are operations, systems, sales, marketing strategies, product development, leadership, revenue modeling, and even management of private aircraft. About Ursula Mentjes Ursula Mentjes is an award-winning Entrepreneur and Sales Expert. She will transform the way you think about selling so you can reach your revenue goals with less anxiety and less effort! Ursula specializes in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and other performance modalities to help clients double and triple their sales fast. Honing her skills at an international technical training company, where she began her career in her early twenties, Ursula increased sales by 90% in just one year. Just 5 years later, when the company's annual revenue was in the tens of millions, Ursula advanced to the position of President at just 27. Sales guru Brian Tracy endorsed her first book, Selling with Intention, saying, “This powerful, practical book shows you how to connect with customers by fully understanding the sales process from the inside out. It really works!” Ursula is also the author of One Great Goal, Selling with Synchronicity and The Belief Zone, which received the Beverly Hills President's Choice award. Her Podcast, Double Your Sales NOW, is available on iTunes, iHeartRadio and other outlets. Ursula also serves as Past Statewide Chairperson of the NAWBO-CA Education Fund and Past President of NAWBO-CA. She is the recipient of the SBA's Women in Business Champion and a recipient of the Willow Tree's Extraordinary Example and Extraordinary Entrepreneur Awards, the NAWBO-IE ANITA Award, chosen as PDP's Extraordinary Speaker, PDP's Business Woman of the Year, the Spirit of the Entrepreneur Awards Finalist and the President's Lifetime Achievement Award from two Presidents. She has shared the stage with bestselling author Loral Langemeier, Les Brown, Tom Antion, Lisa Nichols, Giuliana Rancic and many others! Her clients include Aflac, Ebenezer and Fairview Hospitals, New York Life, Paychex and more! She holds a B.A. in Psychology and Communication from St. Olaf College and an M.S. in Counseling Psychology from California Baptist University. Social Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ursulamentjessalescoach/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ursulamentjessalescoach/) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UrsulaSalesCoach...
If you're an entrepreneur or thinking about becoming one anytime soon, join my conversation with Susie Carder, author and podcaster of "Power your profits," about how she pivoted from being a cash-strapped single mom into a superpower businesswoman that built several multi-million dollar businesses.
Are you scared that in order to build the life of your dreams, you'll have to sacrifice your peace in the process? Well, your fear is warranted because most people do. Why do you think there are so many miserable rich people? Very few of us have cracked the code on how to live a holistically fulfilled life. So… what do you do when you doubt the path you've taken? Find someone who is where you want to be. And MODEL them. Briana Borten is that person for you today. She's a wife, mother AND successful entrepreneur. And she's got one crazy story (listen to the episode to find out). Instead of diving into the logistics of how to build a thriving business, we dove into the “beyond the surface” practices she uses to be the peace engineer of her own life. We go over: How to feel like you're choosing things in life instead of life choosing things for you How she overcame personal health tragedies and turned it into a "why" for her business Her entrepreneurial story with Dragon Tree Transitioning out of the business How to run a business with your spouse How she continues to deepen intimacy in her marriage while being as busy as she is Parenting advice for the entrepreneurial mom Modeling success and fulfillment for your kids How she is a “peace engineer” A finale question at the end… that is very powerful If you are struggling to manage it all and need some nurturing hope and guidance, listen to this episode.
Clement is joined by Businesswoman, news anchor & author Nzinga Qunta, actress, entrepreneur & author Salamina Mosese and Poet and Writer Lebogang Masango where they discuss the importance of children books and reading for children. They also look at literacy as a critical building block in reading and storytelling which teaches children a variety of lessons such as using their imagination, having the confidence to speak, articulation of thought compassion.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Caterina teams up this week with bestselling author, international speaker, and book-writing mentor, Seema Giri, to bring you an empowering episode about finding resilience in the face of devastation and adversity. Seema shares her personal story and how her unexpected life challenges - from being a young Indian woman expected to act a certain way, to growing and losing a seven-figure business with her husband, to serious health challenges - all helped her grow into the successful entrepreneur she is today. The two friends also discuss how every woman has a story inside her waiting to be told, and that our unique stories deserve to be heard!
How do you make friends in your 30's when you're a full-time mom, and a businesswoman? R is excited about her newly developing friendships in D.C. and Shanan is KID FREE this week ! Thanks to our sponsors: Start cancelling your unused subscriptions and save money at RocketMoney.com/think Follow us: Think Loud Crew IG: @thinkloudcrew Cheyenne's IG: @cheynotshy Shanan's IG: @hairbyshananc R's IG: @rkylelynn More about the show: Check out our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEWHZqlWjGI1ZD9TwHBT8jg. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or using this link: http://bit.ly/ThinkLoudCrewPodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this Episode, Susan interviews Blaine Bartlett, author of the number 1 international best-seller Compassionate Capitalism: A Journey to the Soul of Business. He's worked with entrepreneurs and leaders in many of the largest companies and organizations on the planet to change the way leadership is used to foster Compassionate Capitalism. He shares that the purpose of business is not to make money, but rather uplift the experience of all living things on this planet. If your business uplifts the experience of being alive, consumers will beat a path to your door. He believes that every organization has a “soul” or spirit that is its founding source and knowing how to access and leverage this unique “soul” is a crucial key to sustainable success! Blaine is a co-host of Office Hours with David Meltzer on Bloomberg TV, hosts the Soul of Business podcast and is featured in the TV series World's Greatest Motivators, the movie and book Think and Grow Rich: The Legacy as well as three TEDx talks and numerous podcasts. As CEO of Avatar Resources, a global leadership consultancy he founded in 1987, he's worked with entrepreneurs and leaders in many of the largest companies and organizations on the planet to change the way leadership is used to foster Compassionate Capitalism. Website and social media links Website https://BlaineBartlett.com https://Avatar-Resources.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BlaineBartlett https://www.facebook.com/OfficialBlaineBartlett Instagram https://www.instagram.com/blainebartlett Twitter https://twitter.com/blainebartlett LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/blainebartlett YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/blainebartlett1 Connect With Susan: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SusanSlyLive Instagram https://www.instagram.com/susansly/ Twitter https://twitter.com/Susan_sly LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/susansly
Today we welcome our incredible Sponsor and one of the co-founders of Active Truth. We are such HUGE fans of this company and have both lived in the maternity tights before and after birth. So, we are humbled to chat to Nadia Tucker, who moved to Brisbane on the same day in 2011 and as new her neighbor Stevie (sounds like destiny) and they quickly became friends over baby playdates and long pram walks in search of coffee. Together, they navigated returning to exercise after having their babies and the many changes that their bodies experienced over this time. They were frustrated with buying activewear online and receiving products that looked beautiful on models but didn't perform in real-life on bodies without model proportions, so they decided to take matters into their own hands. This was a common theme when talking with friends and family. So, they set out to create a brand that not only serviced the activewear needs of women, but celebrated them too!Active Truth is committed to showing a diverse range of women wearing their activewear. They want women to look at Active Truth and see someone like themselves – happy, active, looking and feeling amazing in their activewear. They refuse to photoshop their models and continue to challenge stereotypes and bias around body image which we love. Active Truth are proud to work with organisations that support women through their partnerships with Share the Dignity, Body Image Movement, and a number of smaller female-led, or female-focused, charities. We talk about:Pumping and BIG boobiesStarting the business in the living room and sleeping in swags etc.How the 4th Trimester was for Nadia and the challenges that she overcameHow far the business has come and her fave pair of tightsWhat the idea of 'success' means to Nadia and a Businesswoman and MotherThe power of word of mouth and reviews and Mothers sharing the loveThe Most beautiful and Challenging aspects of MotherhoodAdvice to any parent starting a businessMotherhood in 3 words and MORE!This episode is brought to you by Active Truth who Soph and I absolutely LOVE. Please go and check them out @activetruthmaternity and @activetruth for the most comfortable Active Wear you will EVER need. Lots of love Mummas and Pappas xxSupport the show
In this week's episode, Caterina is joined by G.L.O.S.S. Loft founder and creator, Jacquelyn "Joey" Flesner. Joey discusses how she went from losing her business overnight to creating a nationwide network of female entrepreneurs. She also opens up about shifting to being more of a "girl's girl" and how she avoids drama, as well as the ways she infuses kindness into everything she does in her business.
Mark and Bernadette talked about the primary winners and losers. Bernadette and Mark disagree about Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. Bernadette, who lives in Florida part time is a big fan. Mark mocked DeSantis' latest campaign commercial and his nasty disposition.
When Avani Modi's brother reached out to her about creating plush toys based on Hindu dieties, she thought, "Are you crazy?" Four years later, she leads Modi Toys, a successful, homegrown venture that provides mantra-singing plush toys. She shares her journey, her vulnerabilities, and her goals with That Desi Spark on this week's episode.
She's written 27 books, is famous for her fitness and her ability to make people laugh. A true entrepreneur, Suzanne Somers is one of the first people to use her fame to create her own brand, spanning entertainment, beauty, health and wellness during her expansive career. Ever determined, Suzanne has used every challenge she's faced to strengthen her resolve and push even further. When NBC fired her for attempting to renegotiate her salary to the same rate men were being paid, she created her own Vegas act and made more money than if the network had agreed to her terms. Whether she's writing books, designing green beauty products or sourcing organic supplements, Suzanne brings her confidence and passion to everything she does. Next up? A return to the Vegas stage… and book 28! Thanks for listening! Don't forget to order Rebecca's new book, Fearless: The New Rules for Unlocking Creativity, Courage, and Success. Follow Superwomen on Instagram. Social Media @suzannesomers Links Suzanne's Books Big Ideas Life's biggest challenges as the catalysts that forge the greatest resilience and determination. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superwomen/support
Nanette D. Murphy, a certified health coach, author, and founder of the online community, Divorce After Forty, has been working towards empowering women so that they not only survive the pain of going through a divorce but get through it stronger, wiser, and courageous. With the sole aim of guiding, supporting, and encouraging other women to do the same, she founded Live Life Now, LLC, in 2021 to provide women with essential pieces of information to get back on track. Her online community, Divorce After Forty, supports those who are divorced, thinking of filing for divorce, recently filed for divorce, or going through the process of divorce. Nanette's book ‘Shattered Dreams and New Beginnings” chronicles her journey of heartbreak, healing, and growth and aims to inspire and give hope to others. Listen to this podcast to know more about Nanette and her journey to self-awareness and growth, and how she has become an inspiration to many who are in the same place. Today, you will learn about: Nanette's personal life and struggle with divorce Her foray into divorce coaching Authoring a book about her life experiences Being a coach and not just a counselor Her online community that supports other women Future plans and advice to women in similar situations Key Takeaways: Divorce after a long-term marriage is challenging Dive into self-care to alleviate your pain Seek help when you feel lost Navigate mental challenges to evolve and grow See divorce as a new beginning, not an end Connect with Nanette D. Murphy https://www.livelifenowwithpurpose.com/ https://www.divorceafterforty.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/nanette-d-murphy-403601140
Miki Agrawal is the founder of several acclaimed social enterprises: TUSHY, THINX, & WILD. She is also the author of the #1 best-selling books DO COOL SH*T and DISRUPT-HER.Miki was named "Fast Company's Most Creative People", “Young Global Leader” by the World Economic Forum, and INC's “Most Impressive Women Entrepreneurs”.She passionately speaks about her 15 years of entrepreneurial adventures, from inventing products in taboo categories, to creatively launching them, to marketing and scaling them exponentially, to dealing with shocking setbacks - and she shares her colorful, authentic revelations along the way.SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER & STAY UPDATED > http://bit.ly/tfh-newsletterFOLLOW TFH ON INSTAGRAM > http://www.instagram.com/thefounderhourFOLLOW TFH ON TWITTER > http://www.twitter.com/thefounderhourINTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR? EMAIL US > firstname.lastname@example.org