On this episode, Orly and I discuss the way to discover your own personal style. With 3-4 words, which her method helps you unlock, you'll find a way to express yourself authentically in order to feel more confident in your everyday life!FIND ORLY HERE: https://www.stylelanguage.tvhttps://www.stylelanguage.tvON INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/orlyshani/?hl=enYOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSWqS4gVZEUOIS345CKRmPA
On this episode, Kristin is joined by fashion stylist JenniLee and they chat about how she got her start in fashion, how to add a little creativity to what you wear, and shares her framework for getting dressed for every occasion. JenniLee is a fashion stylist and image consultant who splits her time between NY & LA. She's been styling for well over a decade, and all over the world, with incredible women, like Angelina Jolie, Hayley Williams, and Lana Condor. JenniLee's been featured in the pages of Harper's Bazaar, Bust, Rolling Stone, Spin and Flaunt magazines and has lent her style expertise to iconic brands Lucky Brand, Diesel, and Bloomingdales. Evoking emotion through style is her passion, and teaching women to use fashion to explore their creativity is one of her greatest joys life, taking her clients on a life-changing journey to experience self-acceptance through fashion. Her mission is to provide a safe space for women to embrace style, so they can reap the benefits of confidence and dream bigger. She serves to bring out the best in others, making people feel free and comfortable so they can shine. She practices kindness and empathy, and empowers authenticity. To clarify, she takes her clients on a life-changing journey to experience self-acceptance through fashion. Links: TAKE THE ‘WHAT'S YOUR BADASS BOSS STYLE' QUIZ Follow JenniLee on Instagram: @JenniLeeStylist Connect with Kristin: Instagram @kristinsweeting Make 30k a Year with Album Sales Mini Course Danger School Online Course Apply for our 1:1 and Group Mastermind Experience for Next Year Credits: Music by @jamielono and @shammydee Produced by @jenmadigancreative https://jenmadigancreative.com
On this episode of Metaphysical AF, we're diving into the world of glamour magic and exploring how it can be used to enhance your personal power and confidence. Our guest, Alexa from Queenly Nails, shares her expertise on using press-on nails as a tool for self-expression and manifestation. From selecting the perfect design to applying and maintaining your nails, Alexa gives us the inside scoop on how to elevate our self-care routine with a touch of glamour magic. Join us as we explore the intersection of beauty and spirituality and learn how to use press-on nails to manifest our desires and step into our most confident selves. Follow Alexa on Instagram to get your custom set at Instagram.com/queenlynails_ ------To work together go to beacons.ai/wilsonmaggie to get Ebooks, Meditations, and get your personalized daily practice. Written, researched, produced, sound designed, and hosted by Maggie WilsonStart with the link in my social media bio to connect with book reccomendations and sign up for a mini online course!Click the link in my bio on all social media platforms @metaphysicalaf or go directly to beacon.ai/wilsonmaggieAbout Maggie Wilson: As Seen In Best Life, Bustle, Insider, Forbes, Mind Body Green, New York Times, Stylist, and Vice.I'm a Metaphysical AF being, a bestselling author, and a marketing executive. I'm a US-southern raised rebel, living in a vibrant pastel dream house near the beach in Southern California. For the last seventeen years, I have been working in the wellness + self-care space, teaching people how to truly be themselves through Metaphysical, books, and workshops. ...And we have achieved so much in such a short time. Before I started this work, my life was a huge question of what I was supposed to do as my purpose. After I found my true power using Reiki + Kundalini, I became obsessed with the idea that how we think can have so much impact on our daily lives, our future, and our power to manifest. I don't give weight to other people's opinions because 99.99999% of the time they don't know what they are talking about. What other people think of you is none of your business!Professional accolades? Okay. I am a cannabis executive for a leading healthy edible in California and the first black woman to be a trained cannabis sommelier. I've curated and hosted dozens educational cannabis dinners for executives from multiple industries. My podcast has been listed in the Top 3 Apple Podcasts in multiple countries ( after 4 years of producing/creating my own podcast!). My first publication, The Metaphysical Cannabis Oracle Deck (Sterling, 2022 + Liminal 11) became an instant bestseller at #1 in its category and has been accepted into multiple international museums. I've taught at MSU Denver, been featured in The New York Times and on Spotify, and have celebrities using my oracle deck such as India Arie. That's amazing right, but for me, nothing compares to meeting someone who has taken a soundbite and changed their entire life for the better. It's literally what lights me up! Or when someone tells me I showed up in their dreams! Be Your Own Coach: www.trannabischi.comGet Your Weekly Planner From: https://intelligentchange.com/?rfsn=6986899.34e7a0&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=6986899.34e7aUse code: Maggie10
Novelist Laura Kay (@lauraelizakay) on her writing journey from journalism to novels, how her writing career was launched from Penguin WriteNow programme, queer visibility in fiction, writing sex scenes and how Laura writes and edits her romantic comedies. Laura also talks about tackling writer's block with an ‘ideas walk', the reality of forging a career as a full-time writer and her approach to dealing with critics and feedback.*ABOUT LAURA KAYLaura Kay is an author and journalist whose work has appeared in Diva Magazine, The Guardian, Stylist, The Metro, and more. Laura was one of ten writers selected for Penguin's 2018 WriteNow programme, during which she developed her debut novel, The Split, published by Quercus in 2021. Her second novel, Tell Me Everything is out in paperback now. *RESOURCES:Laura's books:The Split: Amazon UK/ Amazon USATell Me Everything: Amazon UK/ Amazon USAWild Things (coming in May 2023)*Follow Laura on socials:Twitter: lauraelizakayInstagram: lauraekayWebsite: laurakayauthor.co.uk*Books and links mentioned in the interview:Penguin's WriteNow programmeThe Split by Laura KayInfamous by Lex CroucherFirst Time for Everything by Henry FryDouble Booked by Lily LindonAuthor Matt CainAuthor Justin MyersIn at the Deep End by Kate DaviesWhat Page Are You On? PodcastOn Writing by Stephen King*For show notes, transcripts and to attend our live podcasts visit: podcast.londonwriterssalon.comFor free writing sessions, join free Writers' Hours: writershour.com*FOLLOW LONDON WRITERS' SALONTwitter: twitter.com/WritersSalonInstagram: instagram.com/londonwriterssalonFacebook: facebook.com/LondonWritersSalonIf you're enjoying this show, please rate and review this show!
Click here to download your FREE gratitude journal to improve all areas of your life, including a stronger immune system. In this episode, Ty shares his lessons in hardship, acceptance & self-discovery and how you can get through to reap the blessings. TY HUNTER is a Stylist, creative director and author. He became a significant force in the fashion industry as he helped shape an entire generation of fashionistas through his role as Beyoncé's stylist for 18 years. Hunter has gone on to design his own collections and has shown them at New York Fashion Week. His design career continues with a collaboration with A.Cloud. He recently joined forces with one of the most exciting names in fashion today when he became Billy Porter's head stylist and creative director. For two decades, stylist Ty Hunter has created some of the most iconic and talked about looks on the red carpet, at top-tier events, in global hit music videos, and for the most extensive concert tours on earth. But suppose you ask his stellar clients such as Rosario Dawson and Naomi Campbell. In that case, they will tell you that Hunter is also a trusted friend, close confidant, and inspiring force who, as Kelly Osbourne says, “is that rare breed of human who is equally kind and talented.” In his memoir, MAKEOVER FROM WITHIN: LESSONS IN HARDSHIP, ACCEPTANCE, AND SELF-DISCOVERY, Ty Hunter shares his journey that brought him from humble beginnings to the top of his field and made him a trusted influencer to fans around the world. From his Texas country youth through struggles that tested him physically, mentally and emotionally, causing him to re-evaluate his beliefs and self-identity, to pivotal moments in his career that inspired him to grow and transform, Ty's positivity and perseverance will inspire anyone who yearns to find their place but isn't sure exactly how. We discussed: Growing up with a single mother and caring for her during her journey with breast cancer. Having both parents diagnosed with cancer around the same time and how it shaped him. Not accepting the labels society places on you and learning to accept yourself. The benefits of fasting (Sacrifice, disciple, and clarity equal control) Having a severe wake-up call after being shot from a case of mistaken identity Learning to say NO And much more! Stay connected with Ty online: Website Twitter Instagram Facebook Stay connected with us online: A Walk In My Stilettos Legacy Leavers Media Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube LinkedIn Books Subscribe to our newsletter if you love the value and free stuff! Send feedback/questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Submit guest suggestions HERE
Brief note from Val before we dive into today's episode:In bittersweet news, this is the FINAL episode episode of Bodyful— but I'm not going anywhere, and neither are these episodes! Stay subscribed to this feed, and you'll get episodes of Bad Bitch Therapist Podcast, which will be launching January 24, 2023.And for now— a wonderful final Bodyful conversation with our guest, personal stylist Dacy Gillespie... As a surprise to literally no one, the style & fashion industry is not typically kind to diverse bodies.
Rachel and Simon speak to Moya Lothian-McLean, contributing editor at Novara Media. She began writing articles about music for Vice in 2015 while studying at university; in 2016, after graduating, she joined Stylist as an editorial assistant and wrote features as well as articles for the website. In 2020 she joined gal-dem, an independent magazine, as politics editor. Now she is contributing editor at Novara Media and writes for the New York Times and the Guardian, among other publications. Alongside her editorial work, she presents "Human Resources", a podcast about Britain's involvement in slavery, and appears on broadcast media. We spoke to Moya about breaking into freelancing, her stint at gal-dem and her current role at Novara Media, and the differences between journalism and content creation. You can find us online at alwaystakenotes.com, on Twitter @takenotesalways and on Instagram @alwaystakenotes. Our crowdfunding page is patreon.com/alwaystakenotes. Always Take Notes is presented by Simon Akam and Rachel Lloyd, and produced by Artemis Irvine. Our music is by Jessica Dannheisser and our logo was designed by James Edgar.
In this episode, we discuss interview attire, the do's and don'ts, and general interview best practicesThe Getting Dressed Podcast is a fun and informative conversation about all things style Hosts Leah Nalepa - http://instagram.com/realdistrictstyleAnthony Bolognese - http://instagram.com/anthonybolognese Follow us! http://instagram.com/gettingdressedpodcast http://facebook.com/gettingdressedpodcast Listen on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/2WTFIbv5z7zn6Iu32gD1Cc Listen on Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-getting-dressed-podcast/id1628398214?uo=4 Listen on iHeartRadio - https://iheart.com/podcast/98020421Listen on Google Podcasts - https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvNTU0MDQ3OS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkListen on Amazon Podcasts - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/208d746e-a0e5-4e01-9a25-55f2a596754a/the-getting-dressed-podcast Listen on Podcast Addict - https://podcastaddict.com/podcast/3991633Listen on PodChaser - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-getting-dressed-podcast-4751747Listen on Spreaker - https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-getting-dressed-podcastListen on Deezer - https://www.deezer.com/show/3779867
New Episode Out on All Platforms, The Boyz talk about Industry girls & De-angelic talks about his plan to Style Drake and Jay z. Click the link below https://anyhowpodcast.podlink.to/NewE... To connect with the Anyhow Boyz. #anyhowpodcast #podcast #comedy #comedypodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-anyhow-podcast/message
Today I'm speaking with podcaster and writer Emma Gunavardhana.She's the host of the podcast The Emma Guns Show where she interviews celebrities, creators, editors and authors. The podcast launched in April 2016 and has been featured in Stylist, Metro and Cosmopolitan in print and The Coveteur and Get the Gloss online.Previously she was Beauty Editor at OK! magazine for a decade, where she interviewed industry experts, fashion designers and celebrities. Since going freelance in 2012 she has written for Red, Stylist, Sunday Times Style, Women's Health, Zest, Easy Living, The Telegraph, Get the Gloss, and many others. Emma is also a busy consultant for global beauty brands on product development, campaigns, celebrity endorsements and social media projects. Emma learned to meditate in January of 2022 after reading Jillian Lavender's book Why Meditate Because it Works and has been an amazing advocate for meditation since.So speaking of meditation, here's Emma.-----Speaking of Meditation is written and produced by Michael Miller, with direction by Jillian Lavender and assistance from Emma Rae.Editing by James Green at Green Podcast Productions.https://www.greenpodcastproductions.com/Original music by Rich Jacques.https://www.richjacques.comGraphics by Elle and Elle.http://www.elleelle.comSpeaking of Meditation… What are you noticing? Who is benefitting? And how are you staying inspired?
Dating, partying, socialising, special occasions, holidays… without alcohol does this sound difficult to you?Could you imagine going sober at the age of 26 without using the excuse “I am on antibiotics” or “I am working tomorrow”?This week we spoke to the founder of the Sober Girl Society and one of the leading voices on the sobriety movement, Millie Gooch.At the age of 26 Millie decided to make a big lifestyle change, she quit drinking. After too many binge drinking nights that left her feeling anxious, and insecure. She realised she needed a change. Millie has written for a range of publications, and her campaigning work has been featured everywhere from ELLE and Stylist to the BBC and Evening Standard.In this episode, Millie gives us practical advice for how to date, party and socialise sober. We debunk the myths surrounding sobriety and how having a healthier relationship with alcohol can massively improve your confidence, relationships, productivity and your relationship with yourself.We loved chatting to Millie, she is a brilliant voice for the movement.Enjoy!Lots of Love,Dave & SteveTo find out more about Millie and her work check out her Instagram: @milliegoochThis episode is sponsored by Vivobarefoot Footwear. Vivobarefoot Footwear have given our listeners an exclusive 15% discount when you enter the code HAPPYPEAR15 Genuinely these are the only shoes you will see Dave & Steve wearing!Produced by Sean Cahill & Sara Fawsitt Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, we do a quick run-through of the different types of winter outerwear, their use cases, and how to style them properly!The Getting Dressed Podcast is a fun and informative conversation about all things style Hosts Leah Nalepa - http://instagram.com/realdistrictstyleAnthony Bolognese - http://instagram.com/anthonybolognese Follow us! http://instagram.com/gettingdressedpodcast http://facebook.com/gettingdressedpodcast Listen on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/2WTFIbv5z7zn6Iu32gD1Cc Listen on Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-getting-dressed-podcast/id1628398214?uo=4 Listen on iHeartRadio - https://iheart.com/podcast/98020421Listen on Google Podcasts - https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvNTU0MDQ3OS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkListen on Amazon Podcasts - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/208d746e-a0e5-4e01-9a25-55f2a596754a/the-getting-dressed-podcast Listen on Podcast Addict - https://podcastaddict.com/podcast/3991633Listen on PodChaser - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-getting-dressed-podcast-4751747Listen on Spreaker - https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-getting-dressed-podcastListen on Deezer - https://www.deezer.com/show/3779867
Hello! Welcome to the latest edition of the exclusive audio commentary podcast hosted by me, David Hughes. In this episode I'm very excited to be joined by screenwriter Jill Gevargizian, co-writer, director and producer of 2020's brilliant Kansas City-set horror film The Stylist, in which a profoundly disturbed hair stylist, played by the phenomenal Najarra Townsend, gives very special hair treatment to her clients. Eat your heart out, Sweeney Todd. I've been a fan of this understated film – which you can find here (US) and here (UK) – since I first saw it, and although there's a fantastic special edition Blu-rays out there with commentaries and all kinds of extras, I was thrilled when Jill agreed to provide this brand new audio commentary. Comments? Feedback? Suggestions? Email David *at * Rogue-Commentary *dot* com or send us a tweet. We have lots of exciting episodes in the works, so if you like what you hear – or just the idea – please subscribe, and remember to rate us wherever you hear this podcast – it'll really help us to keep going. Oh, and follow us on Twitter and/or Instagram to stay up-to-date on our forthcoming releases. Thanks for listening! A Synchronicity production. Conceived, written and presented by David Hughes. Produced by Sam Ibrahim. Music by Olli Oja. All content © 2022 Synchronicity II Ltd. All rights reserved.
In this episode, I sit down with stylist, closet therapist, and wardrobe specialist Allison Bornstein to talk about all things style and the emotional significance of what we wear. We discuss the identity shift that comes with motherhood and how style fits into that, Allison's wild and experimental fashion sense as a child, and how both of our mothers have influenced our style journeys to this day. Allison takes us through her coined “three word method” and defines my three words, she explains why it's okay to look and dress like you care, and we discuss how closet clean-outs and the kind of work she does is deeply therapeutic and personal. Key Takeaway / Points: Why fashion and style are not frivolous The identity shift that comes with motherhood and how style fits into that Allison's wild and experimental style as a child The fear of other parents perceiving you and your children How our mothers' relationships with fashion influenced us Allison's trajectory in fashion school and how she grew her business Allison's “three word method” and defining my three words Why it's okay to dress and look like you care Why closet clean-outs are emotional processes How clothes are meant to fit us and we are not meant to “fit” our clothes On our authentic selves versus our social media personas Listen to the Jessamyn Stanley episode here Listen to the Serena Kerrigan episode here Order Athletic Greens and get a FREE 1 year supply Vitamind D AND 5 travel packs here: www.athleticgreens.com/fff Follow Allison: Instagram: @allisonbornstein6 TikTok: @allisonbornstein6 Website: allisonbornstein.com Follow me: Instagram: @cameronoaksrogers Website: freckledfoodie.com TikTok: @cameronoaksrogers Twitter: @freckledfoodie Youtube: Cameron Rogers / Freckled Foodie Pinterest: Freckled Foodie Creative Lead: Amelie Yeager Produced by Dear Media.
In this episode, we talk about New Year's resolutions and how you can make a few for yourself and your wardrobeThe Getting Dressed Podcast is a fun and informative conversation about all things style Hosts Leah Nalepa - http://instagram.com/realdistrictstyleAnthony Bolognese - http://instagram.com/anthonybolognese Follow us! http://instagram.com/gettingdressedpodcast http://facebook.com/gettingdressedpodcast Listen on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/2WTFIbv5z7zn6Iu32gD1Cc Listen on Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-getting-dressed-podcast/id1628398214?uo=4 Listen on iHeartRadio - https://iheart.com/podcast/98020421Listen on Google Podcasts - https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvNTU0MDQ3OS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkListen on Amazon Podcasts - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/208d746e-a0e5-4e01-9a25-55f2a596754a/the-getting-dressed-podcast Listen on Podcast Addict - https://podcastaddict.com/podcast/3991633Listen on PodChaser - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-getting-dressed-podcast-4751747Listen on Spreaker - https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-getting-dressed-podcastListen on Deezer - https://www.deezer.com/show/3779867
Hiring a personal stylist is a dreamy idea but there's always some question marks around what that looks like. In today's episode I'm talking about some misconceptions that women have about hiring a stylist. After you listen I hope you have some clarity and even some excitement about giving yourself this awesome, dreamy experience! Support the show
Today's Episode is with the effortlessly cool Costume Designer and Stylist, Dawn Ritz. Her resume includes working with Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, Bella Thorne, Elton John, Grammy Winning Producer Timbaland, Emma Roberts, Keke Palmer, Nick Jonas, Grammy Winning Slipknot, Academy Award winner John Hawkes, Multi Grammy and Academy Winner Glen Campbell... and today, we are bringing you all the details of her design for Icon, Ozzy Osbourne. Dawn talks with me all about how she created his look for the Rams Half-Time Show this year and you can see it for yourself at the link below. We also get into her unique philosophy and outlook and what keeps her engine running in this ever evolving industry. Grounded, sincere, and talented as hell, I'm thrilled to have Dawn on the show as the last episode of 2022! OZZY OSBOURNE - Patient Number 9 & Crazy Train at Rams Season Opener (Live Performance) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iZMPB13Lp8 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/look-behind-the-look-pod/support
There is a fine line between having great technical skills and being a great business owner. You start out as a stylist or therapist, you're passionate about what you do, and you're good at what you do. It's enough to make you decide to open your own Salon. But technical skill can only take you so far. Because when you're so good at serving clients, it often means clients only want you, which leaves you overbooked and overwhelmed. You can't do it all by yourself - so you grow a team. But growth brings so many lessons as a Salon CEO…and there is only so much you can prepare yourself for. Business is a whole new game. This is why I believe in the power of learning from someone who is 2 steps ahead of you, who has been there, done that. I want to introduce you to Mary Harcourt. Mary has decades of experience in the industry and knows what it takes to run a thriving and growing business. Mary is a former hairstylist, turned lash guru, who is now running her own manufacturing company for lighting systems for spa and lash Salons. Mary and I sit down in this episode to share with you the strategies around navigating the ever-changing landscape of going from an operator (hairstylist or therapist) to owning your own business and becoming a true salon CEO. We discuss team, marketing, CEO burnout, and everything else in between! Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: Discover the secret to becoming a successful Salon CEO Learn my strategy for transitioning from a hairstylist to owning a business How to navigate the world of business ownership Inner Salon CEO Snapshot: CLICK HERE to get your hands on it Let's chat… I'd like to chat with you a bit more about your business and how I may be able to help you. Just click here to jump over into messenger & chat! Resources: CLICK HERE to join the Profitable & Successful Salon Owners Facebook Group CLICK HERE to check out Mary's website CLICK HERE to check out Mary's Podcast
In this episode, we're looking at you, procrastinators! If you've got someone stylish in your life in need of a Christmas gift, listen up.The Getting Dressed Podcast is a fun and informative conversation about all things style Hosts Leah Nalepa - http://instagram.com/realdistrictstyleAnthony Bolognese - http://instagram.com/anthonybolognese Follow us! http://instagram.com/gettingdressedpodcast http://facebook.com/gettingdressedpodcast Listen on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/2WTFIbv5z7zn6Iu32gD1Cc Listen on Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-getting-dressed-podcast/id1628398214?uo=4 Listen on iHeartRadio - https://iheart.com/podcast/98020421Listen on Google Podcasts - https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvNTU0MDQ3OS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkListen on Amazon Podcasts - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/208d746e-a0e5-4e01-9a25-55f2a596754a/the-getting-dressed-podcast Listen on Podcast Addict - https://podcastaddict.com/podcast/3991633Listen on PodChaser - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-getting-dressed-podcast-4751747Listen on Spreaker - https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-getting-dressed-podcastListen on Deezer - https://www.deezer.com/show/3779867
Your wedding is full of many events leading up to and during the wedding weekend. You've got the bachelor/bachelorette parties, engagement parties, and countless photo ops with you, your partner, and the new ring. And at the wedding, in addition to the wedding, you have the rehearsal dinner or welcome party (or both) a bridal luncheon or a grooms' luncheon for the traditional people, and don't forget the send-off brunch too! With all those events come many wardrobe needs. And today I'm joined by Alison Bruhn of the Style That Binds Us.So before you hit next on that search for a white dress from Revolve, you have to listen to this conversation with Alison for all her styling tips and shortcuts. Here's a summary of our interview:What are you looking for when putting together the style? [01:48]What does the process look like when couples or brides work with a bridal stylist? [06:00]How much does working with a stylist typically cost? [17:30]“This or That” [22:58]Connect with Alison BruhnInstagram: @thestylethatbindsusOnline: https://thestylethatbindsus.comTHANK YOU TO TODAY'S EPISODE SPONSOR!Proven Skincare. Get $20 off my daily skincare routine! Enter the code DESIREE during checkout to save $20 off your first order.Connect with the show!
Mompreneurs,On this episode of The Good Enough Mompreneur Podcast, I interview Benafsha Ghowrwal, a stylist who incorporates mindfulness in her mission to help busy women enhance their appearance by teaching them how to become their own stylist, become more confident, and as a result live a more abundant life. A few important takeaways from this episode, include:Anyone can learn to be more stylish.Your style is a mirror to those around you, so be thoughtful about the message you are sending with your style.Identify your style for your body type now, not one you want to be when you lose weight, etc. You don't need to put off looking and feeling great! If you would like to connect with Benafash, you can connect with her on:Instagram: @benafsha_ghowrwalFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Banafsh.ghowrwalWebsite: https://www.benafshaghowrwal.com/Did you enjoy this episode? Leave a review and share with a friend! It helps the show so much.I'd love to connect! Follow me on Instagram @angela.masciulliI with questions, feedback, or even request to be on the show.If you found this episode helpful, please follow wherever you listen to podcasts and leave a review so more mompreneurs can find the show, and share the show with friends and family!Thank you for listening! Talk to you next week! - xo AngelaTags: mompreneur, entrepreneur, business, motherhood, parent owned business, small business, starting a business, new business owner, newpreneur, mom guilt, parenting
WE ARE BG - Brittney Griner is home! Basketball is a sanctuary not just for Taron but for so many. This game continues to touch so many of us. From his friendship with Kahleah Copper to his roots in Philly. From working with KD and we talk Philly hoops! Follow Camille on Instagram Follow Jianni on Instagram Follow us on Instagram
Katie Holmes' stylists explains her meth tweaker outfit at the z100's Jingle Ball. Jennifer Coolidge talks about how she allegedly slept with 200 men after her role as stifler's mom in ‘American Pie.'
Welcome back my AF friends! On today's episode of Metaphysical AF with Maggie Wilson, join Maggie for a special episode on a fascinating topic - HUMAN DESIGN! Maggie dives into the human design, the patterns, and programs of people, ad all the ways we give ourselves meaning. This conversation explores our own relationship with ourselves through our own energy through work and business, how neurology can build new neural pathways when you understand your desires, and how to listen to your gut over your logical mind while society tells you "it's all in your head" and so much more. Get ready to get inspired AF. Tune in and catch the entire series. To learn more go to metaphysicalaf.com Grab one of the last spots for 1 on 1 High-Level Coaching For Entrepreneurs: https://buy.stripe.com/00gbJ75Nf7P11eU28gWritten, researched, produced, sound designed, and hosted by Maggie WilsonStart with the link in my social media bio to connect with book reccomendations and sign up for a mini online course!Click the link in my bio on all social media platforms @metaphysicalaf or go directly to beacon.ai/wilsonmaggieAbout Maggie Wilson: As Seen In Best Life, Bustle, Insider, Forbes, Mind Body Green, New York Times, Stylist, and Vice.I'm a Metaphysical AF being, a bestselling author, and a marketing executive. I'm a US-southern raised rebel, living in a vibrant pastel dream house near the beach in Southern California. For the last seventeen years, I have been working in the wellness + self-care space, teaching people how to truly be themselves through Metaphysical, books, and workshops. ...And we have achieved so much in such a short time. Before I started this work, my life was a huge question of what I was supposed to do as my purpose. After I found my true power using Reiki + Kundalini, I became obsessed with the idea that how we think can have so much impact on our daily lives, our future, and our power to manifest. I don't give weight to other people's opinions because 99.99999% of the time they don't know what they are talking about. What other people think of you is none of your business!Professional accolades? Okay. I am a cannabis executive for a leading healthy edible in California and the first black woman to be a trained cannabis sommelier. I've curated and hosted dozens of educational cannabis dinners for executives from multiple industries. My podcast has been listed in the Top 3 Apple Podcasts in multiple countries ( after 4 years of producing/creating my own podcast!). My first publication, The Metaphysical Cannabis Oracle Deck (Sterling, 2022 + Liminal 11) became an instant bestseller at #1 in its category and has been accepted into multiple international museums. I've taught at MSU Denver, been featured in The New York Times and on Spotify, and have celebrities using my oracle deck such as India Arie. That's amazing right, but for me, nothing compares to meeting someone who has taken a soundbite and changed their entire life for the better. It's literally what lights me up! Or when someone tells me I showed up in their dreams! Visit my website to support: www.metaphysicalaf.comBe Your Own Coach: www.trannabischi.comGet Your Weekly Planner From Intelligent Change Use code: Maggie10
This past September, at Lost Weekend, we had a chance to sit down with the writer-director behind The Stylist - which you can currently stream on Shudder. Jill Gevargizian has made a name for herself as an accomplished short film director and the aforementioned feature film debut. In this special live interview, Jill recounts the success of The Stylist, future projects, love for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and more! If you or someone you know is reading this right now and struggling with suicide, depression, addiction, or self-harm - please reach out. Comment, message, or tweet at us. Go to victimsandvillains.net/hope for more resources. Call the suicide lifeline at 988. Text "HELP" to 741-741. There is hope & you DO have so much value and worth!Check Out Our Sponsors: Convicted Printing: https://www.convictedprinting.com/, Fierce Literature: https://www.fierceliterature.com/, Diabolik DVD:https://www.diabolikdvd.com/This episode of Victims and Villains is written by Josh “Captain Nostalgia” Burkey. It is produced by Burkey. Music by Mallory Jameson (https://bit.ly/expandmal), Purple Planet (https://bit.ly/ppcoms) & Sofia Talvik (https://music.sofiatalvik.com/). Help us get mental health resources into schools and get exclusive content at the same time. Click here (http://bit.ly/vavpatreon) to support us today!
It's that time of year again, an end of year special! Who better to join Annie to look back at the madness and events of 2022 than Rebecca Taylor aka, Self Esteem; a popstar who not only speaks her mind and does not hold back (yes, this is no exception), but has also had a phenomenal year and seen her career change irrevocably after releasing her album Prioritise Pleasure. There's been Brit and NME nominations, a Mercury Prize nomination, which she will never forget, not least because the Queen died on the night the ceremony was about to start meaning it had to be postponed (this is discussed). She's played 31 festivals including Glastonbury wearing an outfit designed to honour the shopping centre Meadowhall in Sheffield, she's supported Adele at Hyde Park, appeared on Later…with Jools Holland, Graham Norton, the front cover of Grazia and Stylist, her success and schedule have been bonkers. Much like this year which has seen 3 prime ministers in the UK, Joe Lycett faking the Sue Grey report and calling out David Beckham, the England women's football team winning the Euros, queue gate after the Queen died, Matt Hancock in I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! and so much more. Where do we start? In a pub with Rebecca Taylor is where. Prepare for hilarity.The David Bowie documentary Rebecca references is Moonage Daydream which is in cinemas and available on streaming services.Changes is a deaf friendly podcast, transcripts can be accessed here: https://www.anniemacmanus.com/changes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Who is The Unstoppable Stylist? Sharon Huckle is the Unstoppable Stylist. She joins Kevin and Graham on The Next 100 Days Podcast. Graham met Sharon in Orlando Florida at a conference - Graham to see Dan Kennedy and Sharon to see Russell Brunson at Click Funnels Funnel Hacking Live. We spoke at 10 am in Canada, and late afternoon in the UK. What Does Sharon Do? Sharon is a serial entrepreneur. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Sharon-Huckle-Serial-Entrepreneur.mp4 Her main clientele are ladies, but she also has loyal male clients and kids too. Sharon has run the salon for 20 years! She jokes that for some clients, she has done their hair for BOTH their weddings! She sees it as them having true love for her salon. After all, Sharon has outlasted their first marriage! Kevin Goes to The Barber Bus in Northumberland http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Sharon-Huckle-Kevins-Barber-Bus.mp4 Just in case you don't understand what a barber bus is... What's Her Secret? Sharon gets things done. After all, she's the unstoppable stylist. No roadblocks here. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Sharon-Huckle-Her-Secret.mp4 Sharon runs the Canadian equivalent of a Car factory! http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Sharon-Huckle-Car-Manufacturer-of-Sorts.mp4 Where did the entrepreneurial drive come from? http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Sharon-Huckle-Inspiration-from.mp4 Graham and Sharon met at Click Funnels Live - What Was it Like for Sharon? A Rock Concert for Entrepreneurs. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Sharon-Huckle-Click-Funnels-Live.mp4 So, How Does Sharon Help Stylists? With her programme. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Sharon-Huckle-Helping-Stylists.mp4 Discover The Unstoppable Stylist on the Web! Sharon Huckle provides this testimonial We made her giggle! And Kevin attacks a guest! You'd never see Graham doing that!! http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Sharon-Huckle-Testimonial-1.mp4 The Next 100 Days co-hosts… Graham Arrowsmith Graham runs Finely Fettled to help organisations that want to market to affluent and high-net-worth customers. He also runs Meet Professionals which is being offered to financial advice groups as a white-labelled lead generation and conversion system. Contact Graham on LinkedIn: Visit Graham's LinkedIn Profile and by email. Kevin Appleby Kevin specialises in finance transformation and implementing business change. He's the COO of GrowCFO which provide both community and CPD-accredited training designed to grow the next generation of finance leaders. You can find Kevin on LinkedIn and at kevinappleby.com
This is a behind-the-scenes follow-up conversation to the Nourish Experience that Tamsin Crimmens and I offered last month. We were so fired up about the themes and concepts that we wanted to keep going. We cover topics such as: How we define and experience success somatically Moving from capitalist/patriarchal productivity, performance and comparison to sustainable, healthy and connected business Institutionalizing Empathy and Feeling Creating structures that support and nourish your body and all the other bodies you know Anchoring inner resources and stitching them together More definitions of what regulation really is and how we support it Supporting unique brains and approaches to work in ways that are supportive ....and more! If you love the conversation and want to sign up for Nourish to be guided through a 2-hour somatic experience of this, it's available for you to sink into right now! https://shelby-leigh.thinkific.com/pages/nourish Here is a little bit more about Tamsin: Tamsin is a writer and mentor for (quietly) revolutionary coaches, healers and world-changers. She's obsessed with helping best-kept-secrets who'd love to be more “industry famous” to discover the medicine in their message, feel safe enough to share it, and get paid for their ideas. A rare mix of space holder, storyteller and entrepreneur, she helps women who are tired of playing small to activate their Inner Creatrix (that all-powerful creative energy that makes magical messaging) so they can freak their audience out and have them saying “How are you inside my head!!?” As a former journalist with bylines in ELLE, Stylist, Grazia, The Guardian, The Telegraph, and The Sunday Times Style mag, she's written about it all and interviewed everyone from Caitlin Moran to Stella McCartney. Along a journey that's taken in everything from political communications and women's magazines to the world of yoga, womb and somatic healing, Tamsin follows the philosophy of 'Body First, Mind Second', to support her clients to access their deepest truth and express it in a way that builds sustainable success. To explore more of her work, check out these links: www.tamsincrimmens.co.uk Instagram: @tamsincrimmens Connect with Shelby: Instagram: @fierceheart.shelbyleigh www.creatingsaferspace.com www.creatingsaferhealthcare.com Body Of Work
What are you happy wearing and what also fits your lifestyle? This week Sioned tells us how to find our own style personality, daily uniform and dress for who we are, not who we think we should be! This week's episode is filled with fun chat not just about fashion, but also tips to make the entire Christmas season run smoothly.Thank you to fabulous Peachy Belts, the sponsor of Season 3! Order your own today and use discount code ASKCHARLIE for 5% off! www.peachybelts.co.uk Get your Christmas Hamper by Ask Charlie and stock your cupboard for the festive season! Chutney included! Visit Ask Charlie online shop: www.askcharlie.how/shop ✨DISCOUNT CODE: PODCAST10✨
Tune in to hear Recent Hair School Graduate, Skky share what she expects from a salon and salon owner, how she thinks about her future and path forward, and gain insight into the future generation.Want to see more videos like this? Make sure to subscribe to our channel for weekly videos!KEY TAKEAWAYS:-- My priority was continuing education, and diversity is second only to education. -- To me, diversity is important, not only in the clientele but diversity in the team. -- Rising Stylists want to feel confident that their boss is interested in building them.-- Rising Stylists also want to feel confident that they can go to their boss when they need help or have an issue.-- Building a diverse team with a diverse clientele will make the salon more appealing to Rising Stylists.-- ATTN Rising Stylists: Know what is important to you: education, clientele, diversity, money, etc.-- ATTN: Salon Owners: Apprenticeships should have clear expectations communicated regularly so the Rising Stylist does not feel they are being held back.MENTIONED IN TODAY'S EPISODE:-- Follow Skky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/creationsbyskky/-- Follow Jackson Harlow Beauty Lounge on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacksonharlowbeauty/-- Follow Paul Mitchell Tysons Corner on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pmtstysons/We deliver curated resources, coaching, advice, and first-hand experience so you may become a well-rounded, self-sufficient, business-savvy, and strong individual, ready to transition or transform yourself and the industry. We won't stop until we are all: Hairdresser Strong.
Kerilynn Vigneau is a wardrobe stylist who started her own company KLV Styling with the hopes of empowering both men and women to feel like their best selves. Whether you're hoping to identify your closet staples, redefine how you dress, or transition your clothes to fit your current lifestyle she's the girl for the job!
In this Episode Shelby Bettencourt and I have a conversation all about debt in your business and personal life for her podcast The Healthy Wealthy Stylist You can find The Healthy Wealthy Podcast on Apple or Spotify Resource Links: 5 Ways to find money free cheat sheet
What is style and why is it important? How to do find your authentically YOU style? All these questions and more are what we chat about with mother/daughter styling dup Delia and Alison. With multitudes of experience, Delia and Alison talk about the science behind getting dressed and the steps to help you build a wardrobe that fits both you and your budget. So if you want to learn a thing or two about how to be confident in your day to day with what you wear, this is the episode for you. Topics Covered: Mother/Daughter The science behind getting dressed Finding your style Confidence with the style Dipping your toe in Hard and fast rules for entrepreneurs Everyone notices shoes What do clients respond to Start with what you like What's it like working with a stylist? Rapid fire questions
Did you know that your personal style is an assistant to your aura? Michaela speaks with Celebrity Stylist Lo VonRumpf on all things fashion, energy and aura. Lo discusses body insecurities, how to dress for your best outlook in life and he also gives some style tips for KYA listeners. Lo shares some words of wisdom about his decade of experience diving into people's personal styles and what he has taken out of it. Mystic Michaela Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mysticmichaela Know Your Aura Website: https://knowyouraura.com Mystic Michaela Website: https://www.mysticmichaela.com Mystic Michaela Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2093029197406168 Mystic Michaela Podcast Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/know-your-aura-with-mystic-michaela/id1477126939 Mystic Michaela Bonus Episode - Every Aura Color Explained: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bonus-every-aura-color-explained/id1477126939?i=1000479357880 Lo VonRumpf's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stylelvr Get 20% off your first order at https://dadgrass.com/kya Get $15 off any order of $80 or more at https://milkbarstore.com/kya Get 10% off your first order with promo code: KYA at https://oseamalibu.com Go to https://theouai.com/aura to get 15% off your entire purchase! More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426
Stylist, Sara Waits, joins me to talk about how she left her independent suite to renting a chair at Establish 37. We explore how working in a team environment makes us better and recharged her passion for hair.
Today Trae sits with a style icon, Jarrod Barnes. He's the Costume Designer for The Wiz at 5th Avenue Theater. He's also a Fashion Designer, a Tailor, and a Stylist. Tune in to hear all about his story and the inspiration for the phenomenal costumes the audience experiences in the show.
Happy Black Friday? Or Shop Small Saturday? Or Cyber Monday? No matter how you decide to shop for holiday gifts this year, we want you to SHOP SMALL and support INDEPENDENT CREATORS as much as you can! This HOLLY-DAY season, your favorite personal stylist Holly Katz has created a spectacular GIFT GUIDE full of unique items that has something for everyone, gives back to an important cause - and - ends with a one winner who will win it all! When You Give, Holly Gives: This year, we are using our GIFT GUIDE to support Ahimsa House, helping people and pets escape domestic violence together in Georgia, USA. https://ahimsahouse.org Ahimsa House is Georgia's first and only organization dedicated to helping the human and animal victims of domestic violence reach safety together. Domestic violence often hurts family pets, too. Ahimsa House, Inc. (a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization) is dedicated to helping the human and animal victims of domestic violence across Georgia reach safety together. They have provided over 150,000 nights of safe, confidential shelter for pets in need. It costs them approximately $500 to care for one survivor's pets. Ahimsa House relies heavily on individual donations, grants, and corporate sponsorships. So, because we love pets, especially dogs, please consider a donation: https://donate.givedirect.org/?cid=11674&n=150757 But if you are not able to help right now, Holly will donate FIVE DOLLARS for every listener who sends us their email! Drop us a DM, send it to us on our website, or DM on our social. We will count you in! The Gift Guide: Happy Socks, Fun, Fashionable Socks: www.happysocks.com/us/socks Gift: 5 pairs of Happy Socks, valued at $80.00 Spreading #HappinessEverywhere since 2008. “COLOR, CREATIVITY, AND FUN” Happy Socks is for all of us who think that life can never be too colorful. And that true happiness stems from the freedom to be yourself. Our vision is to bring happiness and color to every corner of the world - inspiring authentic self-expression through color, creativity, and fun. Fleur'd Pins, Men's Lapel Pins: www.fleurdpins.com GIFT: Pink Leather Carnation Lapel Pin, valued at $100.00 The Timeless Symbol of the Well-Dressed. Lapel Flowers Handcrafted in NYC by Andrew Werner. For generations, the boutonnière has been a symbol of romance, power, and sophistication. It celebrates elegance, refinement, and prestige; an accouterment meant to enrich the ensemble it is paired with. Handcrafted in New York City from the finest fabrics to leathers and exotic skins, wearing Fleur'd Pins will undoubtedly make them take notice and leave a lasting impression. GGMaul Designer Handbags: www.ggmaul.com Gift: Rebel Key Chain valued at $200.00 Gorgeous multi-wear handbags for women who multitask. Gretchen Maull Berger founded GG Maull to fulfill her lifelong purpose of empowering women through fashion by elevating their self-confidence and inner strength. Kim White Handbags and Belts: www.kimwhitehandbags.com Gift: Mini Ring Wristlet, valued at $135.00 Kim White handbags and belts was established in 2003 in Los Angeles, California. What began as a one-of-a-kind handmade textile bag business with Kim sewing each bag herself, has bloomed into a boutique business specializing in leather bags, and leather belts. Fun Fact: She went to a fabric warehouse and bought old car upholstery fabric and started making bags out of them. All her belts and bags are made in the US, with the finest craftsmanship, made by real people, one by one. Brightkins Pet Learning: www.brightkins.com Gift: Surprise Party Treat Puzzle, Cactus Surprise Treats Dispenser, & Hunger for Words Talking Pet Starter Set, valued at $63.00. Interactive Pet Toys and Training Tools! This new line of pet toys and products unlock our pet's curiosity while providing bright ways for pets to play and stay entertained. With the surprise party treat puzzle, dogs of all ages can snack along as they figure out how to open these treat-filled presents. 6.) Taelor, Men's Subscription Style Service: https://taelor.style/ Gift: One Free Month of Subscription Styling, including 8 items, valued at $88.00. Look good without buying clothes, menswear rental subscription. Stylist and AI pick for you. Our new friends at Taelor.style, Phoebe, Anya and Melissa created a menswear monthly box subscription platform for just $88 a month. Your favorite guy can have an online virtual stylist help them through the everyday mundane chore of picking out clothes and even doing their laundry! Men can choose, try on, wear, and send back items for a new box or purchase right there on the spot. No laundry, no dry cleaning. It's the best of both worlds and best of all, no shopping. There are over 200 brands that they partner with to make getting dressed super easy and fun - and take up less brain space for those who are jumping from their busy lives to business travel to their weekend or social lives. 7.) Mobvoi Smart Watches: https://www.mobvoi.com/us Gift: Mobvoi TicWatch E3, valued at $199.99. Maker of #TicWatch and #TicPods An AI company that strives to push the boundaries of next-generation human-machine interaction. No matter how busy your life is, it's important to devote time to maintaining an active lifestyle. Powered with the Qualcomm® Snapdragon Wear™ 4100 Platform and Mobvoi dual processor system, TicWatch E3 combines smooth performance and advanced health sensors in a classic, stylish design. Effectively manage your life, health, and well-being with more than 20 professional workout modes, built-in GPS, and helpful apps and services on Wear OS by Google™. 8.) i.d x-change Cuffs of Love, By IGAL DAHAN: https://www.instagram.com/idxchange/ Gift: One cuff bracelet, valued at $75.00. Every piece in the Cuffs of Love collection has a connection with love. The pieces were designed for those who embrace and want to express the connection of love they cherish with friends, family, and in relationships. The innovative interlocking cuffs have hit a cord with consumers and celebrities alike including Chris Daughtry, Snoop Dogg, Kelly Clarkson, Matt Damon, Kim Kardashian, Teri Hatcher and The Jonas Brothers. 9.) JGame Tennis Fashions: https://jgamenyc.com/ Gift: Gift Certificate for $50.00. Do good and look good in Tennis Apparel. Female Founded - Sustainable – Made in NYC. JGame is a female founded company, who is an eco-conscious, ethically-made NYC-based brand. If you love tennis and pickleball or if you care about reducing your carbon footprint and want to look effortlessly chic on and off the court, you've are about to meet your match! Each piece is made with high quality recycled fabrics is designed with both functionality and covered in mind. They want to mitigate the culture of disposability and create pieces that are timeless. Each piece goes through a rigorous process of wearing washing and drying several times to test its longevity. How To Win All of These Items: 1.) Shop, shop, shop these amazing small-businesses during this Holly-Day season! 2.) Give, Support and Love Ahimsa House, so that families and pets can be safe and secure this holiday season - and always. 3.) Send us your email to enter to win ALL. 9. GIFTS. For each email we receive for our newsletter list, Holly will donate FIVE DOLLARS to Ahimsa House in your name. Happy Holly-Days! 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Join the Free Facebook group www.facebook.com/groups/salonandsuitebusiness https://beautybusinessguides.com/ As a beauty business coach she helps Salon Owners, Independent Hairstylists and Beauty Professionals build stronger businesses. As a Salon Owner and Stylist of 20 years, she's been successful in building 2 salon businesses while navigating the changes in our industry. She has created a revolutionary approach to structuring salon menus, services and pricing by creating a Modern Menu & Hybrid Pricing Blueprint, as well as a comprehensive business auditing plan that puts salon owners well-being and profits first. What challenges did you face when you started Tell us about your salon model and the good, bad and the ugly truth of business ownership? Why did finances and numbers become your obsession? You coach salon owners 1:1 and do a salon audit. What things do you look for and what do you think most salon owners are missing in the business? What areas in salon business are overspending or can cut costs? When you started to buckle down and understand your expenses and prices, what were some things you found that surprised you? You shed light onto taxes and write offs. What are some misconceptions you have seen or heard as a coach? You coach salon profit. With all the money going in and out, where can salon owners start a better cash flow and profit trajectory? When it comes to numbers you are a wiz at breaking down formulas to help owners understand their business. What was that experience like figuring out a way to simplify these numbers to help transform businesses? You teach towards many different business models. Do you have a favorite and why? Can you tell us what the Modern Menu is? When it comes to creating a menu, what are the most common mistakes you hear salon owners making? It's been a hot topic the past few years of hourly pricing in your experience. What are the pros and cons of this method? Hybrid Pricing Besides menu and pricing creation, what other KPIs do you think are the most important to track to determine success? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jennifer-alvarez0/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jennifer-alvarez0/support
Hilton Carter is an American freelance filmmaker, interior designer, plant stylist, and author. He grew up in Baltimore and gained fame majorly as a plant enthusiast. Hilton found his true calling as a plant stylist while working for an advertising agency. What he started as a novice with a few succulents in New Orleans has now become an empire, more appropriately a “green empire.” Hilton owns an apartment space in Baltimore, with a plethora of indoor plants, which he has now turned into a studio for photo blogging. He has garnered recognition on 'Instagram,' and his ‘Instagram' account majorly features his most favorite “green pet,” “Frank.” The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture. To find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory. Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episode ★ Support this podcast ★
Grab my signature Money BEYOND the Chair digital course for 50% through the month of Nov. using code: SAVE50 In this episode I share the 3 secrets to becoming a Cash Confident Hairstylist. This is a replay of a LIVE webinar Interested in trying out Salon Scale? Use Code 'Misty10' to save 10% on your subscription.
From postpartum depression as a new mother to postpartum euphoria, today's guest, Ali Levine, knows what deep inner work looks like. She joins me in a collaborative conversation today to discuss the lows and highs as we learn to tap into trust, alignment, and sovereignty. Ali and I recorded this conversation days before the birth of her third child and a few weeks before my wedding. We decided to record this episode to be shared on both Your Woo Woo Best Friend and Ali's show, Awakening with Ali. Ali Levine is a breathwork specialist, a celebrity stylist, TV personality, and a transformation expert. She's a mother of three, helping women around the world tap into a higher frequency of being. Ali is a master of moving her clients from breakdown to breakthrough, showing them how to shift both consciousness and confidence. Ali has styled thousands of celebrities and fashion industry leaders around the world. Between conscious styling, energy audits, and breathwork she's transforming individuals from the inside through a process that's uniquely her own. Ali lives by the mantra "confidence is your best accessory and authenticity is your superpower." In the episode, we discuss: Intention setting and learning to lean into divine timing Getting comfortable in the “real” and showing up messy Ali's experience as a celeb stylist and the moment she knew she was done with Hollywood What happened when Ali decided to share her true, vulnerable self versus her red-carpet self True surrender: shifting into an awareness that everything is happening for you Ali's birth experience and how it reaffirmed her trust in the universe Andi's experience moving to a small town on the Mediterranean coast and how it kick-started her meditation practice Breaking free of the programming to find fulfillment and your soul calling Why Andi embraced the opportunity to go through Kundalini teacher training and how she's applying it to her corporate client work How Andi stayed aligned with her mission when creating her Google Creators Youtube and Pinterest TV series Returning to your truth and connecting to your inner child The process of shadow work and how to know when you've moved to a new timeline How Ali found healing when she released fear and took responsibility for her decisions How to step into sovereignty, empowerment, and embodiment Living by the mantra: what is for me will find me in divine timing Learn more about Ali Levine by following her Instagram at @alilevinedesign. Check out our new show sponsor Magic Mind and get a limited-time 40% off the Magic Mind subscription & 20% off a one-time purchase offer with the discount code bestfriend20. Want to chat about this episode? Text me
In this very exciting episode, I'm chatting with Wilglory Tanjong, the Founder and CEO of Anima Iris, a technology-driven luxury bag brand that is industrializing Africa through retail. Starting with a personal investment of $5K, in under two years Wilglory has scaled Anima Iris into a multimillion-dollar valued company. In this episode she shares: How she worked alongside artisans in Dakar, Senegal for their craftsmanship and ended up supporting their livelihoods and families Her advice on keeping the faith and betting on yourself and your business every time The crazy story of how she got Beyoncé to rock an Anima Iris bag and post about it on Instagram! Check out this episode and others on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube This episode is brought to you by: Shopify. Go to shopify.com/hustlepro for a free fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. Links mentioned in this episode Anima Iris Website: https://animairis.com/ College Prep Program:https://ledascholars.org/ Wharton/Lauder MBA Program: https://mba.wharton.upenn.edu/lauder-program/ Topicals Skincare:https://www.instagram.com/topicals/ Canva: https://www.canva.com/ Brandon Blackwood: https://www.instagram.com/brandonblackwoodnyc/?hl=en Beyonce's Stylist: https://www.instagram.com/kjmoody/?hl=en Click here to subscribe via RSS feed (non-iTunes feed): http://sidehustlepro.libsyn.com/rss Announcements Join our Facebook Community If you're looking for a community of supportive side hustlers who are all working to take our businesses to the next level, join us here: http://sidehustlepro.co/facebook Guest Social Media Info Side Hustle Pro – @sidehustlepro #SideHustlePro Anima Iris: https://www.instagram.com/anima.iris/ Wilglory: https://www.instagram.com/wilgloryy/
Enroll in The Sacred Stylist Mastermind Doors close Tuesday November 8th! The Sacred Stylist is an elite 12 month mastermind for stylists and salon owners who are ready to quantum leap into their best year yet. Class starts January 2023, but when you enroll you'll get access to a few of Elizabeth's live workshops happening in 2022, plus other amazing bonuses! The Doors close November 8th, and won't open back up until Mid 2023, so make sure you enroll now! We are so excited for Missy Megginson (@soyoureahairstylist) take over as host to interview CEO and Founder of SalonScale with Alicia Soulier! They talk about how SalonScale came to be, what they are today, and what they are currently doing in the industry to empower all hairstylists! When Alicia Soulier created @salonscale, she knew it was going to revolutionize the industry, and she knew she wanted to include all hairstylists to spread awareness! @soyoureahairstylist takes of #hairloveradio this week with an incredible interview with CEO and Founder of #salonscale Alicia Soulier! They talk about the process of getting SalonScale to be the amazing product it is today, and how every day stylists have helped them create awareness and share this technology with the world!