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The Purpose and Pixie Dust Podcast
In this podcast episode, Lindsay Dollinger, a teacher and entrepreneur, talks about the importance of finding your tribe and building a support network when starting and scaling a business. She suggests attending networking events, joining online communities, and collaborating with others to meet like-minded individuals. Lindsay emphasizes the importance of finding people who naturally understand and support your business goals. The guest speaker shares tips on finding and making business friends, including attending conferences and volunteering in your community. The episode also promotes the Magical Membership for Women Entrepreneurs, which provides a supportive community, coaching, and accountability partners. The overall message is to create your own magic in the world with the help of a supportive network. Download the Daily Business Tasks List freebie: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/opt-in Join the Magical Membership for Women Entrepreneurs: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/magical-membership-sales-page Connect with Lindsay on IG: https://www.instagram.com/lindsaydollinger Other links: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/links If you love the show, please leave it a 5-star rating and review! Share it with a fellow biz friend.
Designed for the Creative Mind
Hey, y'all, welcome back to the podcast. I am excited to have the fabulous design duo Bryan and Mike Yates on the show today. They share the story of when and where they first met, why they decided to move from New York to Texas, and how they balance working together as a married couple. We also talk about the importance of relationship building, not only with potential clients but with builders, vendors, and even other design firms. Yates Desygn is a full-service lifestyle design firm that extracts clients' design language while guiding them to create a unique and liveable environment through interior architecture and design. Brought together by their passion for style and design, Mike and Bryan Yates married their talents to create Yates Desygn in 2015 and established their Dallas-based headquarters in 2016. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yatesdesygn/ Website: https://www.yatesdesygn.com/ Check out the Ever Atelier + Yates wallpaper collection: https://www.everatelier.com/yates-collection Get more info about our year-long mentorship and coaching program: https://www.designedforthecreativemind.com/business-bakery Text UPDATES to 214-380-1969 for all our DFCM updates. Thank you to our sponsor for their support! Sidemark is an all-new, all-in-one software that organizes sales, marketing, and business services all in one convenient location. Join mysidemark.com to help grow your interior design business. Stay in touch with Michelle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/designedforthecreativemind/ Join our Free Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/idbizlaunchpad Have ideas or suggestions or want to be considered as a guest on the show? Contact me! https://www.DesignedForTheCreativeMind.com/contact Podcast edited and managed by Haili Murch LLC. If you are interested in starting a podcast or you are currently a podcaster needing help managing or relaunching your podcast, you may email Haili Murch at email@example.com or you can click here to book a call: https://calendly.com/hailimurch/podcast-discovery-call
The Purpose and Pixie Dust Podcast
Lindsay Dollinger, host of the Purpose and Pixie Dust podcast, shares five lessons that entrepreneurs can learn from the Disney movie Toy Story. In this episode, she emphasizes the importance of embracing change, collaborating with others, believing in oneself, taking calculated risks, and building meaningful relationships with customers. Lindsay provides valuable insights for entrepreneurs looking to succeed in a constantly evolving market, highlighting the need for adaptability, collaboration, unwavering belief in oneself, and emotional connections with customers. Her guidance provides a roadmap for entrepreneurs looking to achieve success in their businesses. Download the Daily Business Tasks List freebie: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/opt-in Join the Magical Membership for Women Entrepreneurs: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/magical-membership-sales-page Connect with Lindsay on IG: https://www.instagram.com/lindsaydollinger Other links: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/links If you love the show, please leave it a 5-star rating and review! Share it with a fellow biz friend.
BUT FIRST, SHE FAILED - Career Growth, Women Entrepreneurs, Overcoming Imposter Syndrome, Growth Mindset, Confidence
In this episode, Host Paola Soares shares from the heart, she dives into 5 Steps To make this your most productive summer yet. Summer is right around the corner. This is an exciting time of year as the weather gets warmer, vacations are being planned, schedules change and adjusts whether Summer Fridays are something you do or whether that means the kids will be home for the summer and so your work hours will be adjusting… or even if maybe you'll have a little more time at your corporate job as the projects slow down as people start to travel more etc… your rhythm will most likely change a little over the next few months. Now is the perfect time to figure out what you want an amazing and productive summer to look like whether that is for your business, side hustle or your personal goals. If you are ready to have a productive summer where you crush your goals, listen to this episode. She shares 5 steps for having the most productive summer yet. Let's Connect: Instagram: @butfirstshefailed Paolasoares.com Weekly But First, She Failed Newsletter Sign up/ Your Boss Woman Profile Quiz But First, She Failed FB Community Email me: Paola@Butfirstshefailed.com Episode 80. Growth Mindset, What is it? ANd Why Your Need It In the New Year
The Purpose and Pixie Dust Podcast
Download my free daily checklist for your business here: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/opt-in In this episode of the Purpose and Pixie Dust podcast, Lindsay Dollinger shares 10 lessons that women entrepreneurs can learn from Walt Disney. She emphasizes the importance of following one's passion and purpose, embracing innovation and creativity, building a strong brand and reputation, being persistent and not giving up, surrounding oneself with talented people, embracing failure and learning from it, thinking outside the box, staying true to one's values and purpose, and believing in oneself and one's abilities. Lindsay encourages women entrepreneurs to apply these lessons to their own businesses and to focus on building a strong team to contribute to their success. Connect with Lindsay on IG: https://www.instagram.com/lindsaydollinger Please leave the show a 5-star rating and quick review! Join the Magical Membership for Women Entrepreneurs here. Download the Daily Business Tasks List freebie: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/opt-in Join the Magical Membership for Women Entrepreneurs: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/magical-membership-sales-page Other links: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/links If you love the show, please leave it a 5-star rating and review! Share it with a fellow biz friend.
Ageless Conversations with Tamika McTier
In this episode, I have a conversation with Tiesha Andrews. Tiesha is an accomplished Speaker, Trainer, and Coach. She has guided others in creating wealth through Real Estate as a Realtor for over 15yrs. Tiesha is also the owner of Amplified Impact. She coaches and encourages others to step out of their comfort and embrace their God-given gifts, talents, and abilities to make a direct impact in their lives and those connected to them. Driven by her desire to see women pursue their passion, she takes pride in providing a space where individuals can discover, launch, and attain their purpose. As a speaker and coach, she focuses on guiding you along your journey of self-discovery. Her passion for seeing others succeed leads them through the creation and execution of dreams desired. Connect with Tiesha on Instagram @tiesha_aandrews
The Purpose and Pixie Dust Podcast
Coming in on this Biz Tip Thursday episode is the question, "Are you leading your business or is it leading you?" Listen in for some clarity on this important question and to hear some strategies on making sure you're the CEO of your business, all day every day! Connect with Lindsay: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com Tag Lindsay on IG: https://www.instagram.com/lindsaydollinger Join the Magical Membership for Women Entrepreneurs: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/magical-membership-sales-page Grab VIP Strategy Coaching Sessions here: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/offers/rKPzhB7L/checkout
Athena Wellness Podcast - Reclaiming Our Warrior Spirit
#199 Today is Wednesday, time for a little wellness boost – a shortened episode to help keep your Warrior Vibe high.This show is a Walking the Talk Vancast, a portable episode that's informal and casual, recorded on the go from wherever Kathy finds herself on the day of recording.Kathy's on the road, heading home from a cross country trip, recording vancasts for future episodes. She's sharing a practice called R.A.I.N. that's helpful when navigating life challenges and difficult emotions.Kathy then invites you to experiment with R.A.I.N. by walking you through the four-step process. If you've been looking for a new method to help you work through difficult situations and emotions, this is the episode for you!Links:From Type A to Type Be Course: Course overview/sampleFrom Type A to Type Be Coaching: AthenaWellness.com/coachingEmail Kathy: firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you'd like to join our circle and never miss a weekly episode, please hit subscribe. While you're there, you can rate the podcast by highlighting the stars that match your experience. Much appreciated!For episode materials, show notes or to submit a question for a future episode, visit: https://athenawellness.com/podcast
BUT FIRST, SHE FAILED - Career Growth, Women Entrepreneurs, Overcoming Imposter Syndrome, Growth Mindset, Confidence
In this episode, Host Paola Soares chats with the author of the new book “Network” is not a Verb— Ellen Poole…. In her book she explains networking's mythical value in our culture and what to do instead to grow your professional network. As someone who still dreads “networking” herself and has made plenty of relationships building failures… A Former USAA Government Relations AVP Ellen…now shares how you can genuinely foster supportive professional connections and make yourself more valuable as a potential member of others' professional networks in her new book “Network” Is Not a Verb. ELLEN POOLE spent almost 15 years as a multi-state government relations executive for Fortune 100 company USAA, where she built a professional network spanning the country. She teaches people at all levels of their careers effective strategies to build networks and nurture relationships for professional success. Her audiences have included nationwide corporate teams, college students, and state, national, and international professional and trade associations. In this interview she shares the do's and don't of networking, the common missteps that could unwittingly alienate new connections and How can we go about becoming someone who others want to add to their professional network… this and so much more. Ellen has also extended a special 15 % off the book discount for all But first she failed listeners.. if you love what you hear and want to grab a copy of this book to learn for yourself how to truly grow your network in the best way then simply go to ey can go to www.ellenpoole.com, or www.networkisnotaverb.com, and enter “BUTFIRST” as the coupon code for 15% off. Connect with Ellen: www.ellenpoole.com, or www.networkisnotaverb.com, and enter “BUTFIRST” as the coupon code for 15% off Linkedin: //www.linkedin.com/in/ellenpoole/ Let's Connect: Instagram: @butfirstshefailed Paolasoares.com Weekly But First, She Failed Newsletter Sign up/ Your Boss Woman Profile Quiz But First, She Failed FB Community Email me: Paola@Butfirstshefailed.com
Welcome back to the podcast Baddie! Have you ever voted for a beauty pageant? Whether that be voting for your favorite Miss Universe, Mi Belleza Latina, or America's next top Model…have you ever voted? The reason why I ask this question is because similar to how Miss Universe gets voted as winner, I want you to begin casting votes for the version of YOU that you can't stop thinking ab out…(; Your inner dream girl. Your expression of Miss Universe. Your innermost winner. I want you to begin casting votes for HER. Most Baddies are completely unconscious to the fact that everyday, they are voting for either a wanted or unwanted identity through their habits! Whether it be voting for the identity of “I eat junk food.” by eating crap food everyday… Voting for the identity of “I never pay my bills on time.” by never paying their bills on time… Or voting the identity of “I don't have what it takes to go after my dream life.” by never going after their dreams! People are constantly casting votes for an identity that is either exciting them or keeping them stagnant. So with this week's episode, it's time for you to vote for your desired LIMITLESS identity!
Kendra Swalls is a mom of 2, photographer and educator. In 2012 she started her first business, Paisley Layne Photography, and everything changed. What started as a hobby alongside her teaching career quickly turned into a successful business. In 2017 she left her teaching career behind to run her photography business and start the Girl Means Business brand + podcast. Now she helps small business owners, like you, take their business from survival-mode to success-mode using the same relationship marketing strategies that have been the foundations for her business success. You can find Kendra on Instagram and check out her Business. Remarkable Quote: “Don't be afraid to take the risk. Anything worthwhile comes with a risk.” Find Us Online! Website: iamJulietHahn.com Instagram: @iamjuliethahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: @iamjuliethahn Fireside: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn
Decoding Success with Matt LeBris
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In this episode of the podcast, we sit down with Ellen Yin, the founder of Cubicle to CEO, a media platform empowering female entrepreneurs with financially transparent content, live events, and educational products. Ellen shares her journey from being a first-generation Asian-American working in the corporate world to becoming a CEO at the age of 23.She talks about leaving her corporate job without a solid backup plan and the challenges she faced while bootstrapping her own company. Ellen also shares her "marketing minimalist" approach to growing her business and how she leverages different social media platforms in a sustainable and relevant way.Ellen emphasizes the importance of financial transparency for women entrepreneurs and discusses the obstacles that inspired the services and topics covered in Cubicle to CEO. She also shares some of her core values and what she believes are essential for being a successful entrepreneur. Ellen talks about the future of Cubicle to CEO and the resources available for women entrepreneurs. Tune in to this episode to get inspired and gain valuable insights from Ellen's journey and advice for female entrepreneurs.Ellen Yin is the founder & host of Cubicle to CEO®,, a top 100 Entrepreneurship podcast and free weekly newsletter sharing financially transparent insights from self-funded 6, 7, & 8 figure businesses. Reaching more than 100K+ women entrepreneurs monthly, our media platform answers the business questions you CAN'T google.Ellen's own Cubicle to CEO® journey began with quitting her corporate job without a backup plan and led to bootstrapping her first $300 freelance project into over $2 million in revenue by age 28. Ellen has mentored more than 10,000 students through her online programs and also owns "The Clubhouse", a women's coworking space in Salem, Oregon.Connect with Ellen!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/missellenyin/Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cubicletoceo/Cubicle to CEO Podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/cubicletoceo Website: https://www.ellenyin.com/Connect with Brianna!Instagram: @mombossinaustinLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/briannademikeFollow the Podcast on Instagram: @badassbasicbitchLove the podcast? We would love if you would leave a review!Thank you to this week's sponsor, SorBabes! Use code BADASS for $$$ off at checkout!
Designed for the Creative Mind
Have you ever thought of creating an online course but have no idea where to start? Ariel Schiffer is the Founder of Dreampro, the first-choice course creation agency for entrepreneurs and small business owners. She has over 10 years of experience working with Fortune 50 companies, non-profit organizations, small businesses, and private companies to develop their professional and leadership development programs. In this episode, we dive into how to leverage courses to create additional income for your business, the biggest mistakes course creators make, and how to create an experience that actually transforms. Visit www.dreamprocourses.com to learn more about Ariel and her team, and don't forget to follow them on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/dreamprocourses/ Get more info about our year-long mentorship and coaching program: https://www.designedforthecreativemind.com/business-bakery Text UPDATES to 214-380-1969 for all our DFCM updates. Thank you to our sponsor for their support! Sidemark is an all-new, all-in-one software that organizes sales, marketing, and business services all in one convenient location. Join mysidemark.com to help grow your interior design business. Stay in touch with Michelle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/designedforthecreativemind/ Join our Free Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/idbizlaunchpad Have ideas or suggestions or want to be considered as a guest on the show? Contact me! https://www.DesignedForTheCreativeMind.com/contact Podcast edited and managed by Haili Murch LLC. If you are interested in starting a podcast or you are currently a podcaster needing help managing or relaunching your podcast, you may email Haili Murch at email@example.com or you can click here to book a call: https://calendly.com/hailimurch/podcast-discovery-call
The NO Bullsh*t Manifestation Show
On this solo episode of The NO Bullsh*t Manifestation Show, Kat talks about:Doing the deep, healing innerworkLearning how to trust yourself & intuitionReleasing your fear around decisions Reframing failures as course correctorsAccepting where you are in order to get where you want to be Leading with the belief of “my faith is greater than my fears”If this episode resonated with you, or you know it will help someone else - please share it. Your support of the show is how I can continue to make this show better and better.If you are interested in how you can work with Kat & gain her support, check out the resources linked down below:Join The NO Bullsh*t Manifestation Starter Pack: https://www.katcozadd.com/starter-packPodcast Instagram: https://instagram.com/thenobsmanifestationshowKat's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katcozaddcoaching/
Gamify your finances and change your mindset to earn more and save more. Jenifer Sapel, ChFC® WMCP® - founder of Utor Wealth shares her financial expertise and wisdom on the steps to harnessing your financial power. We live in a profit-first society, where your finances can be tied to feelings of shame and self-worth. The truth is that finances can be viewed like a game, and you can improve your gaming skill sets to gain more financial confidence and freedom. Research your market worth, focus on saving, invest in diversity, and give and spend your money with JOY! Empower yourself with financial wisdom and win the game of making money!
About Rachel: Rachel is a creative entrepreneur with a passion for ushering in a "revival" in the foodspace, starting with better-for-you nut butters that actually taste good, with no added sugars, preservatives, or palm oil. When she's not deep in the throes of building this almond butter business, she's busy being Mom to her three kids (ages 3, 4.5, and 6.5) alongside her husband (who is also an entrepreneur!). Rachel and her family live in Indianapolis, IN and love to travel, learn new things, and have a lot of fun while they're at it!Website: https://revivalfoodco.com Instagram: @revivalfoodco on IG and TikTok Personal IG: @rayyyyyych What you'll learn in this episode:Unexpected learnings of being on the inside of a CPG brandBest advice she's received as an entrepreneur & Scaling her businessNeed for a "revival" in grocery and how consumer trends are going in this directionFlavors and sustainability in her ingredientsAbout Us - Women Who Brunch:Women Who Brunch is a community for women who love connecting, networking, and learning from each other over the most important meal of the week...BRUNCH!Visit our website for updates on events, recipes, brunch spots, product reviews and more or say hi on Instagram!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womenwhobrunchWebsite: https://womenwhobrunch.com
Flourish-Meant: You Were Meant to Live Abundantly
How can we develop the grit to break through barriers and unstick our minds? Today's guest, Mimika Cooney, shares tools based on faith and neuroscience to help you move forward to fulfill your purpose and live your best. Mimika is the creator of the “Unstick Your Mind“ a mindset mastery method, a transformative program that equips Christians with the tools to achieve their breakthroughs. Mimika is a Certified John Maxwell DISC Behavioral Analysis Coach and Consultant and is equipped with advanced training in behavioral analysis. She has studied the Neuroscience of Change with Coaches Rising, with the Positive Psychology Institute and NICABM. She is working on her certification as a Brain Health Coach with Amen Clinics University. Mimika is an empowering motivational Speaker, Author of 10 published books, 25-year entrepreneur, 10 years experience as a marketing consultant, international award-winning photographer, and 10 year veteran podcast host of the “Mimika TV” show. Huffington Post nominated her as one of "50 Women Entrepreneurs to Follow in 2017". Podcasting Magazine nominated Mimika among the “Top 50 Moms in Podcasting” in 2020, and nominated #9 amongst FeedSpot's Best 40 Christian Women Podcasts of 2021. Described as visionary, forward-thinking, influential, inspiring, innovative, dynamic, dashing, unconventional, ambitious, respected, results-oriented, motivating, competitive, entertaining, and striving for excellence. Mimika's vivacious energy will bring dynamic differences and enlighten an audience so that they feel inspired and motivated to take on any challenge! When she is not dreaming up creative concepts, coaching, training, speaking, writing books, or hosting her podcast; she will be found perfecting her spins on the ice as a competitive adult figure skater. As a personal challenge, Mimika took up skating as an adult at age 31. She has made it her mission to retrain her brain and muscle memory to learn this new skill. She has gone on to win several skating medals, which goes to show that you can teach an old dog new tricks! Cooney shares her personal experiences which led her to become passionate about mindset transformation. God took her through an inner healing process that revealed her mental programming. Mimika explains that mental programming might not be true, but we're not taught to challenge it. She advises aligning with purpose to reset yourself to who God created you to be. Cooney states we must retrain ourselves by renewing our minds daily. She highlights the power that is unlocked by living in our full potential. Mimika defines the term "grit" as the combination of resilience and perseverance. She says we give up too easily. Our society promotes avoidance. Cooney advises we must embrace the season we're in and recognize the possibility of change. You're not stuck with the brain you have. She emphasizes persistence when we cannot see immediate results. God rewards our faith and rewards the faithful. We discuss the worship of comfort. Cooney states that we need long-lasting solutions instead of quick fixes. She describes the discipleship process as a journey. Signs of a stuck mindset include: unwillingness to change defensiveness denial pride frustration Mimika notes awareness is key. She says we need to be willing to be challenged and open to criticism. The starting point to breaking barriers and unsticking your mind is the awareness you're stuck. Be open to seeing the signs and remain objective. Mimika encourages us to have the objective vision of an eagle instead of the limited viewpoint of a chicken. We must remove ourselves from emotion and become teachable. Cooney encourages the following tips to unstick your mind: document where you are journal with pen and paper review your journal later to see problems objectively start slowly remain consistent celebrate small steps count your blessings take time to rest let go of perfectionism Cooney declares grit as a product of experience, not something born into a select few. When facing discouragement, Cooney says we must choose to believe where you want to go is possible. Hold onto a vision. Reread where God has been faithful in the past. Believe you can change. Mimika notes that where faith and grit meet, we find persistence. Connect with Mimika Cooney at https://www.mimikacooney.com/ Check out Mimika's YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/@MimikaCooney Get inspired now and get Tina Yeager's newest release, Upcycled: Crafted for a Purpose! The book is available on Amazon, Bold Vision Books, or wherever books are sold. Visit Tina's website for craft videos and more at https://www.tinayeager.com/upcycled/
The Purpose and Pixie Dust Podcast
Lindsay shares her tips on how to manifest goals and dreams by linking actions and thoughts with current reality. She encourages listeners to do something small that is a part of their dream life today and not limit themselves to one path or decision. Connect with Lindsay, get more info on the Summer Disney Business Retreat, and join the Magical Membership for Women Entrepreneurs: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/links Please share this show with a friend today who needs to hear this!
In today's episode, I have the pleasure of inviting Purva Aggarwal. Introducing Purva Aggarwal, the visionary CEO of Good Good Piggy - a company dedicated to helping people save money and make smarter financial decisions. With her innovative ideas and strong leadership, Purva is changing the game in the personal finance industry, making it easier for everyone to achieve financial success. Join us in welcoming this dynamic and inspiring entrepreneur who is paving the way for a brighter financial future for all. If would like to reach out to Purva, then you can connect with her on the LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/purvaggarwal/ The Podcast is available in the following locations: Anchor FM: https://anchor.fm/anees-merchant Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7J60vbVgw8vaLs05x4gYj3 Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/masters-decoded/id1497451286 Google: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8xMzZiN2EwYy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw%3D%3D Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/2873effc-3ea4-4123-b823-044ca31387bd/Masters-Decoded Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/masters-decoded Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/masters-decoded Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1497451286/masters-decoded Pocket Cast: https://pca.st/f2isa733 Radio Public: https://radiopublic.com/masters-decoded-Gb497N IHeart: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-masters-decoded-59418392
If you are an entrepreneur who was previously in corporate America, you probably understand the personal journey that so many of us have gone through to bring forward the things that we were great at in our previous careers, while learning new strategies to succeed in the entrepreneurial world. On today's episode, Kami Guildner and I share our stories of how we transitioned from VP level corporate careers to finding our niches in the coaching world, and how animals played an integral role in both of our spiritual journeys. In addition to being the host of the Extraordinary Women Radio podcast and the bestselling author of Firedancer: Your Spiral Journey to a Life of Passion and Purpose, Kami is a Business Coach who helps women raise up their voice, their vision, and their visibility. Guest Resourceshttps://www.kamiguildner.com https://www.facebook.com/kamiguildnercoachinghttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kamiguildner/ Extraordinary Women Prosper event May 24, 2023: https://kami-guildner.mykajabi.com/prosper/. Use the code Erin and get $100 off.BE IN CHARGE >> TAKE ACTION >> GET RESULTSConquer Your BusinessJoin us on FacebookLinkedInInstagram
On today's episode, Carolyn Boldt, a fascinating entrepreneur and interior designer, shares her success story on how she created a virtual company to help Holistic Health professionals, especially chiropractors, elevate their businesses and image by focusing on their office space. Carolyn shares her insights on the importance of refining and documenting processes to scale a business, while also paying attention to marketing and sales to generate profits. She emphasizes the critical role of coaches and mentors in accelerating success and avoiding mistakes. Carolyn discusses the importance of identifying one's "zone of genius" to maximize productivity, energy, and money-making potential. She also shares her experience of growing a business and learning how to be an effective leader, highlighting the importance of changing belief systems and learning about money and hiring. Whether you're a holistic healthcare professional or someone who's looking to build a successful business, you won't want to miss this episode. Tune into the Money Loves Women podcast to learn from Carolyn's inspiring journey and discover how you too can create a thriving business that attracts both clients and employees. Topics Discussed: The Impact of Interior Design on Health and Wellbeing Building a Successful Business for Women Entrepreneurs Creating a Holistic Healthcare Space to Attract Patients Embracing Mistakes to Achieve Mastery in Business The Zones of Excellence and Genius Building Wealth and Finding Resources for Women Entrepreneurs Resources: Tune into her Podcast Follow on Facebook Stay in Touch on LinkedIn Follow on Twitter For more information on how to achieve financial freedom, personal mastery, and professional success, please visit https://moneyloveswomen.com/.
Welcome back to the podcast Baddie! If you have been feeling like your dreams are FAR-FETCHED and can't seem to see how everything is going to align for you, this episode is for you! I have been talking to clients, friends, and family and I have been noticing a common theme going around and that theme is unfulfill-ness. Either they are unfulfilled at their job... Or they are unfulfilled in their current environment... Or they are in an unfulfilling relationship... This honestly excites me because just 2 years ago, that was me! I would look at influencers on my brake and see yet again another Bali vacation while I was at work on my 10 minute break, trying to eat my food as quickly as possible, unfulfilled AF. So trust me when I say that if I was able to change my reality in just under 2 years...so can you. You are limitless and I want to prove that to you!
BUT FIRST, SHE FAILED - Career Growth, Women Entrepreneurs, Overcoming Imposter Syndrome, Growth Mindset, Confidence
In this episode, Host Paola Soares chats with former nurse turned intuitive eating and body image coach Victoria Yates. Victoria is dedicated to helping women stop struggling with food and their bodies for good by relearning how to listen to their body's cues with eating and heal their relationship with food and their body so they can live free and confident lives. In this interview she shares how body image influences our relationship with food, why dieting is actually counter-productive, what the red flags are and how women can tell if they have an unhealthy relationship with their bodies? And how to become an intuitive eater this and so much more…. Connect with Victoria: IG: @nondiet_rn Victoriayates.com Let's Connect: Instagram: @butfirstshefailed Paolasoares.com Paolasoares.com/courses Weekly But First, She Failed Newsletter Sign up/ Your Boss Woman Profile Quiz But First, She Failed FB Community Email me: Paola@Butfirstshefailed.com
Mompreneurs employ more than 9 million people in the US alone. However, for many moms, balancing the demands of running a business with the responsibilities of being a parent can often lead to frustration, burnout, neglecting your own self-care, and feeling like a hot mess!In this episode, co-hosts Nola Boea and Lori Vajda talk to Nikki Oden about the challenges she faced trying to juggle business, career, and family. Hear as this attorney turned entrepreneur shares her actionable steps, insights, and practical solutions for reducing those feelings of overwhelm so you can find harmony between your personal and professional lives.Thanks for listening! Let's stay connected!If you enjoyed this show, subscribe so you'll never miss an episode. Want more tips delivered to your inbox? Sign up for “News You Can Use” at Sticky Brand LabIf you haven't already, please connect with us on Facebook! Business success strategies are in the works. Come have a listen!By the end of this episode, you'll learn Scalable tips to manage the "double responsibility" of running a business and a householdHow to get off the hot mess express to avoid feeling like you're living in continuous survival mode Practical tips and resources for running a home-based side businessKey points Lori and Nola are sharing in this episode:(05:10:55) The pivotal moment when she made the decision to start a business came from a ‘not too proud' personal experience and the desire to find a solution to a problem.(06:57:97) The stress spills over just as easily as the joy, maybe even more so. Small steps, like doing a mental dump weekly, can help reduce overwhelm.(10:01:13) The meaning of “If You Want to Have It All, You Absolutely Can't Do It All" and how to use it to prioritize getting things done(12:00:75) How this recovering perfectionist stopped perfectionism and the mindset reset she teaches other moms and entrepreneurs so they can enjoy their lives(15:03:21) The key to prioritizing and managing your time is understanding which of those balls are made of rubber and which are made of glass(21:03:14) Four books anyone thinking about starting a business should readResources Love Your Mom Life, podcast - Listen on AppleBook: "But Definitely Wear Mascara: Hacks to Help You Love Your Mom Life (and Yourself) a Little More." - AmazonConnect with Nikki Oden - https://youridealmomlife.com/ Sign up for “News You Can Use” at Sticky Brand LabYou can subscribe to Lori and Nola's show (we love you and want to make it easy) on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audible, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.ConvertKit: Our #1 Favorite Email Marketing Platform (This is an affiliate link)Podcast Transcript
Quotable: a Female Millennial Entrepreneur Podcast
In this week's episode I got to sit down with Aly Giampolo and Colette Dong, female-founder duo of the ness — the celeb-approved wellness method that's redefining movement for all. The ness workout method is anything but ordinary, offering bounce, a beat based trampoline class that will challenge you both mentally and physically and sculpt, the perfect complement to bounce that will leave you strong, balanced and focused. Listen in to find out more about the passion & purpose behind the ness method. After dedicating the first 20+ years of their lives studying and practicing movement, the ness founders met as professional dancers in NYC. While training, both were warned that running and other high impact workouts would be detrimental to their professional dance careers. In search of a high intensity, low impact option, they discovered the trampoline as a satisfyingly sweaty form of cross-training. Experiencing what a positive impact the unique piece of equipment had on their personal bodies and minds, they were inspired to concentrate on a method and share the lasting benefits of rebounding with their community. Listen in to learn more about how Aly & Colette turned their passion into a successful wellness brand that has seen rapid growth from the start. In this episode you will learn: Why celebs are loving the ness method and what sets it apart Ways the ness is redefining fitness to be inclusive, empowering and enjoyable Keys to a successful business partnership with a friend Connect with Aly & Colette: Website: thenessnyc.com Instagram: @thenessnyc, @alygiampolo, @colettedong TikTok: lets_ness Connect with me: I would love to hear how this helped you! Comment on this episode's Instagram post and share what inspired you most. If you have any other tips or ideas leave a comment under the post for this episode on our Instagram page @quotablemediaco or shoot me a DM. You can also connect with us at our Quotable Magazine Instagram account @quotablemagazine. For any show ideas, to submit a guest to the podcast, or if you have any questions, please visit https://quotablemediaco.com/podcast. This episode is brought to you by: This week's episode is brought to you by life and business coach, Rosaleen Doherty. Book a free connection and clarity call at www.rosaleendoherty.com.
Bobbie Racette is the Founder & CEO of Virtual Gurus, a tech platform that creates work-from-home opportunities for underrepresented people while at the same time, providing fractional back-office support to businesses. She has been recognized as one of 50 Changemakers for 2021 by Report on Business magazine and Startup Canada's Indigenous Entrepreneur of the Year. In 2021, Bobbie became the first Indigenous female to secure a Series A fund round of $8.4 million. In this episode, we talked about: How Bobbie was laid from her oil and gas job and built her own tech company How she overcame impostor syndrome The transition from being lead to being the leader and how that's helped her succeed Why hiring an underrepresented individual could benefit your business CONNECT WITH BOBBIE RACETTE Website: https://thevirtualgurus.com LinkedIn: https://www.instagram.com/virtual_gurus Instagram: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobbiejoracette Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yourvirtualgurus Twitter: https://twitter.com/Bobbie_Racette If you liked this episode of the Women Who Build Empires, please LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW, like, share, and subscribe! Tired of feeling overwhelmed? Download my free guide: The Aligned Entrepreneur: How to Break All the Rules in Business and Still Be Wildly Successful CONNECT WITH EMI KIRSCHNER Website Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Listen to all of the episodes of Women Who Build Empires, the leading podcast for women entrepreneurs on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Designed for the Creative Mind
What kind of experience do you give your clients? While yes, you are hired to create beautiful, functional spaces, as a luxury provider, you are also providing a luxury experience for your clients. In this episode, I am sharing what we call our ML Experience. This is what we use to lead our clients through the entire process with authority so they know they can trust us. It shows we are confident, professional, well-prepared, and that we care about them and their project. I'm also sharing a few tips you can use to elevate the experience for your clients. Michelle Lynne began her interior design career after spending more than two decades working in Corporate America. She began in the home staging arena and has since built a successful, award-winning, full-service interior design firm, employing talented designers and serving clients across the country. In the summer of 2018, Michelle began focusing on a big gap she saw missing in the interior design industry: teaching interior designers how to run the business of an interior design business. She now engages in private coaching and leads an in-depth, 12-month group coaching program, both options focus on teaching designers profitable processes, systems, strategies, and mindset needed to run a streamlined, profitable interior design firm. Her motto is simple: we rise by lifting others. Text UPDATES to 214-380-1969 for all our DFCM updates. Thank you to our sponsor for their support! Sidemark is an all-new, all-in-one software that organizes sales, marketing, and business services all in one convenient location. Join mysidemark.com to help grow your interior design business. Stay in touch with Michelle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/designedforthecreativemind/ Join our Free Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/idbizlaunchpad Have ideas or suggestions or want to be considered as a guest on the show? Contact me! https://www.DesignedForTheCreativeMind.com/contact Podcast edited and managed by Haili Murch LLC. If you are interested in starting a podcast or you are currently a podcaster needing help managing or relaunching your podcast, you may email Haili Murch at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can click here to book a call: https://calendly.com/hailimurch/podcast-discovery-call
Virginia has a thriving wine culture and tradition where Corry Craighill continues to make her mark as a winemaker. Now at Septenary Winery in Central Virginia, Corry has learned both the art and science of making wine through hands-on experiences at wineries on multiple continents. She shares her journey and advice she has for carving out a name for yourself and finding the position that fits you best. Special Mentions: Virginia WineJefferson VineyardsBlenheim VineyardsKing Family VineyardsSeptenary WineryPurchase Septenary WinesVirginia Winemakers Research ExchangeWine Terms:Maceration: This process, used primarily in making red wine, involves steeping grape skins and solids in wine after fermentation, when alcohol acts as a solvent to extract color, tannins and aroma from the skins (aided by heat, the amount of skin contact and time). (Wine Spectator)Carbonic maceration: A winemaking process that takes place during fermentation to produce fresh, fruit-forward, low-tannin red wines. Carbonic maceration uses whole clusters of grapes in a sealed, carbon dioxide-filled tank to start fermentation within each grape. (MasterClass)Cap: The thick layer of skins, stems and seeds that forms at the surface of fermenting red wine. Cap management, or breaking up the cap to increase contact between the skins and the liquid, is important since red wines extract color and flavor from the skins. (Wine Spectator)Thank you to Tony Stuck for the awesome intro/outro music and to Mary Ann King for the amazing pod art that you see for every episode. If you've enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, and review the podcast! 5 stars goes a long long way and I so appreciate your support. For more information about me and this podcast visit us online at othercwords.com or follow the podcast @othercwords. Talk to you soon! And thanks for joining me today!
Discover the inspiring story behind Sarah Dusek, Co-Founder of Enygma Ventures, as she joins Susan Sly on the Raw and Real Entrepreneurship Podcast. Hear about Sarah's journey of building and exiting a nine-figure business and her mission to empower entrepreneurs in Africa. Sarah shares her story of confronting the highs and lows of the startup world, and how she has helped over 5,000 entrepreneurs become investor ready. Learn from the amazing work she's done to give diverse entrepreneurs access to power and capital, and how she is making a positive contribution to the world through her work. About Sarah: Sarah Dusek is a managing partner and co-founder of Enygma Ventures, a private investment fund dedicated to supporting and investing in women-led businesses in Africa. Since Enygma's inception in 2019, over 5,000 entrepreneurs have gone through Enygma's investor-ready programs to learn how to build valuable companies. Sarah aims to demystify the complicated and often inaccessible world of funding. Making capital accessible for women, helping them to both deliver outstanding outcomes for their own businesses and drive economic and social progressive change. Connect With Sarah: Facebook @enygmaventuresfund Instagram @enygmaventures LinkedIn @sarahhdusek Twitter @@EnygmaVentures About Susan: Susan Sly is the Co-founder and Co-CEO of RadiusAI, a tech investor, best-selling author, keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and host of the highly acclaimed podcast – Raw and Real Entrepreneurship. Susan has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Fox, Lifetime Television, The CBN, The Morning Show in Australia and been quoted in MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance, Forbes, and more. She holds Certificates in Management and Leadership, Technology and Operations, and Strategy and Innovation from MIT. Susan is the author of 7 books. Her book project with NY Times Best Selling Author, Jack Canfield, made six Amazon Best Selling lists. Connect With Susan: Twitter @Susanslylive Twitter @rawandrealentr1 LinkedIn @susansly Facebook @susanslylive Website https://susansly.com/ Join the Raw and Real Entrepreneurship Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rawandrealentrepreneurs Join the Insider's List: https://susansly.com/insider/
As a woman, understanding finances and learning to invest your money is the smartest thing you can do. Rachel Grunn and Andrea Cwik are co-founders of GoodGood Investing, where they share their knowledge on the world of commercial and real estate investments. The main message is this - when women have great wealth, they do great things for their communities and the world, but challenging the barrier to entry for investing can be difficult. The first step is to invest in yourself through education and learn how to take advantage of assets you already have so you can start to grow your independent wealth. Commercial investing is all about who you know, so network and find people like Rachel and Andrea who are already plugged into the real estate investing ecosystem and can help. Set up a legacy for yourself and invest in your freedom and independence!
The Purpose and Pixie Dust Podcast
This continues our weekly series on five lessons to learn from our favorite Disney movies! The movie of the week is "Moana," and we dive into five lessons that Moana specifically teaches us that we can apply to our lives and businesses as entrepreneurs. Hint: Perseverance and knowing and following your passion comes up a lot this week! Connect with Lindsay and join the Magical Membership for Women Entrepreneurs here: https://www.lindsaydollinger.com/links If you love this show, be sure to share it with a friend and tag @lindsaydollinger with a screenshot of you listening on your social! Rate and review the show below.
FemCity Business for Your Soul Podcast
We're back! To kick off our new season of the FemCity Podcast, FemCity Founder, Violette de Ayala and FemCity COO, Lynn Pelzer dive into the topic of Spring Cleaning Your Business. Why it's important to spring clean your business and how! Listen Now. FemCity Members, grab your Spring Clean Your Business Worksheet at FemCity.com under Member Portal > Worksheets About FemCity // FemCity offers a Free 30-Day Trial Membership and Memberships start at only $15.99. You can also learn more about launching a FemCity Chapter in your community. FemCity has been seen in Gilt, Vogue, AP News, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and MarieClaire. Learn why FemCity is more than just a women's networking group at www.femcity.com and on all social platforms @FemCity. About Violette de Ayala // Violette is a Cuban-American serial and social Entrepreneur, Founder of FemCity®, and virtual mentor to over 20,000 women. Violette has been quoted in Success, Entrepreneur, CNBC, Yahoo Small Business, Business Insider News as a small business expert. You can connect with Violette on IG, FB, LinkedIn @violettedeayala. About Lynn Pelzer // Lynn is the COO of FemCity and has held a chair position on boards, currently part of a DEI board with FemCity, she has been awarded the Rising Star Award and Crystal Executive Award in her previous company. She has been a contributor on podcasts as well as blogs, and has been a speaker in women's groups on the topics of business. You can connect with Lynn on Facebook or Linkedin @lynnpelzer.
Athena Wellness Podcast - Reclaiming Our Warrior Spirit
#196 Today is Wednesday, time for a little wellness boost – a shortened episode to help keep your Warrior Vibe high.This show is a Walking the Talk Vancast, a portable episode that's informal and casual, recorded on the go from wherever Kathy finds herself on the day of recording.Kathy's happy to be back outside on the trails near her home. She's sharing some thoughts on morning routines, including what they are and the benefits of having one.Kathy then walks you through the process to create one that works for you invites you. If you've been looking to ways to better utilize the first moments of the day, this is the episode for you!Links:From Type A to Type Be Course: Course overview/sampleFrom Type A to Type Be Coaching: AthenaWellness.com/coachingEmail Kathy: email@example.comIf you'd like to join our circle and never miss a weekly episode, please hit subscribe. While you're there, you can rate the podcast by highlighting the stars that match your experience. Much appreciated!For episode materials, show notes or to submit a question for a future episode, visit: https://athenawellness.com/podcast
Overcoming the Challenges All Women Entrepreneurs Face, with Nourish by Nathi Celebrity Nutritionist & Chef, Nathi Toro—Are you looking for inspiration to become successful in the entertainment industry? This video showcases the journey of one female producer who created her own mark. Learn from her story and gain insight into how to make a name for yourself while monetizing your creativity, and surround yourself by powerful individuals while doing it. Discover how she achieved success, never let any life challenge stand in her way and start making your own progress today!Nathi's Mission:After being diagnosed with atypical hyperplasia (precancerous cells) at a very young age and later Hashimoto´s (inflammation of the thyroid gland); Nathi made it her life mission to heal herself adopting a vegan/plant-based lifestyle in 2011 that also included integrative approaches including movement, breathing techniques, nutrition, and social support. After many attempts to find the root cause of her disease; she decided to immerse herself in the art of nutrition & cooking. She owns a luxury culinary agency and a nutrition consulting company that has allowed her to work with different clients from all backgrounds and travel around the world.Social:Instagram: @chefnathitoroWebsite: www.nathitoro.comSupport the show— About the Host: Sara Quiriconi is an actress, host, writer, producer and wellth entrepreneur, inspired and driven to empower others to be resilient, never settle, travel well and live free. Podcast: Subscribe NEVER SETTLE Web: LiveFreeWarrior.com Instagram: @livefreewarrior YouTube : Live Free Warrior
BUT FIRST, SHE FAILED - Career Growth, Women Entrepreneurs, Overcoming Imposter Syndrome, Growth Mindset, Confidence
In this episode, Host Paola Soares chats with Social Media Strategist Mandy Emerson. Emerson is a social media strategist teaching female entrepreneurs how to scale & grow their business with effective strategies! She started her business in August of 2020 & had has had great success since then she has hosted Reels workshops, spoken at conferences on effective social media strategies & at the beginning of 2022 launched The Fierce Social Society Membership for business owners to learn her proven framework & methods of utilizing socials! In this interview she shares How business owners go about creating content this is Ideal for their business? Where do they start?, The common mistakes she sees people make, and best practices for social media in 2023….This and so much more…. Connect with Mandy: Themandyermerson.com @Themandyemrsonson @Thefiercesocialsociety Let's Connect: 2 Year Anniversary Survey! : https://forms.gle/fMyriPw7URuBpQH2A Instagram: @butfirstshefailed Paolasoares.com Paolasoares.com/courses Weekly But First, She Failed Newsletter Sign up/ Your Boss Woman Profile Quiz But First, She Failed FB Community Email me: Paola@Butfirstshefailed.com
Welcome back to the podcast Baddie! On today's podcast episode I am sharing with you 5 amazing energy/ imagination hacks that are going to help you reprogram your subconscious mind to attract more success & abundance! These energy hacks are mini-rituals that are ridiculously simple to do and help reprogram your mind to be one that sees beauty
The NO Bullsh*t Manifestation Show
*Trigger warning: body image, eating disorders and self harm are discussed in this episode.On this solo episode of The NO Bullsh*t Manifestation Show, Kat talks about:Things affecting your manifestations that you may not realizeHealing your relationship to yourself and your bodyBeing bullied throughout childhoodThe development of the subconscious mind Diet culture and how it perpetuates eating disordersRecognizing patterns in your life that are hard to face Exposing your shadowHow your past traumas can serve as motivatorsConnecting to your feminine energyWhat happens when you prioritize yourselfIf this episode resonated with you, or you know it will help someone else - please share it. Your support of the show is how I can continue to make this show better and better.If you are interested in how you can work with Kat & gain her support, check out the resources linked down below:Join the waitlist for The Abundant *AF* Babe Academy: https://www.katcozadd.com/academyPodcast Instagram: https://instagram.com/thenobsmanifestationshowKat's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katcozaddcoaching/
Precious L. Williams is a 13-time national elevator pitch champion. She has also been featured on "Shark Tank," CNN, Wall Street Journal, Forbes Magazine, Black Enterprise Magazine, Essence Magazine, and the movie "LEAP." Precious is a dynamic international professional speaker, effective corporate trainer, and 4X number 1 bestselling author. Her company, Perfect Pitches by Precious, teaches the tools and tenacity to pitch with power, sell with storytelling, and develop a masterful mindset for communication. In this episode, we talked about: Precious's rock-bottom moment made her killer pitch master How to be unapologetically you What's the unique approach of get the impactful pitch Book a power pitch consultation with Precious Williams https://perfectpitches.leadmomentum.com/powerpitchconsults CONNECT WITH PRECIOUS WILLIAMS Website: https://www.instagram.com/perfectpitchesp Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/PerfectPitch LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/precious-l-williams/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/perfectpitchesp/ If you liked this episode of the Women Who Build Empires, please LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW, like, share, and subscribe! Tired of feeling overwhelmed? Download my free guide: The Aligned Entrepreneur: How to Break All the Rules in Business and Still Be Wildly Successful CONNECT WITH EMI KIRSCHNER Website Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Listen to all of the episodes of Women Who Build Empires, the leading podcast for women entrepreneurs on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Hear why strategy without accountability doesn't work! I met Aviva Ajmera when she invited me to speak to her groups of CEOs in Kansas City. We hit it right off and had an exceptional time learning about each other and the type of work we love to do to help companies grow. Working with teams, CIOs, CEOs and C-suite level executives, Aviva knows how to bring out the best in them, their collective wisdom and perspective. She loves to build strategic plans but she also knows that unless you create action plans to go with those strategies, they don't go anywhere, no matter how great they are. They have to be a product of the organization. Our conversation is full of ideas about how you can build a great strategic plan for your organization, and actually convert it into a business plan that works. Listen and learn! Watch and listen to our conversation here Three themes we discuss that are very relevant to our listeners Engage the entire organization in the planning process. They have great ideas. Don't shut them out. And the plan will be much easier to implement if your teammates are all involved in building it. Execution must be part of the discussion. As Blue Ocean Strategists, we know how challenging it is to move an organization forward. Don't make it more difficult. Think carefully about the plan and its implementation at the same time. Put a planning process in place so you can see progress, celebrate small wins and redirect if necessary. No battleship is ever turned with just an oar. Connect with Aviva on LinkedIn, her website SoLVE, or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Want a strategic plan that will actually stick? Try these suggestions for ideas: Blog: Everything Is Changing. Is This A Great Time For A Blue Ocean Strategy? Blog: Will You Adapt Or Die? How Cultural Anthropology Can Transform Your Business Strategy Podcast: Mari Ryan—Time For A Big Strategy For Your Company's Well-Being Additional resources for you My two award-winning books: Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Businessand On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights Our website: Simon Associates Management Consultants Read the transcript of our podcast here Andi Simon: Welcome to On the Brink With Andi Simon. I'm Andi Simon, your host and your guide. You know, we've done almost 400 On the Brink podcasts, and divide that by 52 weeks, that's a whole lot of years sharing with you ways that you can get off the brink, and soar. My hope, my purpose, my joy is helping you see, feel and think in new ways so that you can have that aha moment when all of a sudden your brain goes, Oh, that's what I can do. So I find people who can help you do just that. And I'm looking at a beautiful woman today who I met in all kinds of ways. Let me introduce her first, and then I'll tell you a little bit about how we got connected and what she's going to talk about today. Aviva Ajemra is a beautiful woman from Kansas City and she helps companies do all kinds of wonderful things to help them grow. She's going to tell you more about her own journey. But I met her because she invited me out to speak to a group of hers at a CSuite Solutions event, really a marvelous organization, and I spoke to three of them about culture change. I had a great time in Kansas City. And so my reciprocity was to share your thoughts with my audience. And she's laughing. But I do think that we're purpose-driven in the sense of wanting to share what we know with others. And it's more about helping them than it is about profits with them. It's great fun! But all of us are looking for ways to be of help. And that gives us a great kindness. Aviva thank you for being here with me today. Aviva Ajmera: Thank you for inviting me, Andi. It was such a joy to meet you in person in January. And I felt like we had an immediate connection. So it's really fun to do this at this point in time. Andi Simon: Well, thank you for sending me all those great pictures. I truly didn't realize that's what I look like. But that looks pretty cool. Tell the listeners about your own journey. Who is Aviva? And how did you arrive at where you are now? So then we can set the stage for the wisdom that you want to share. Aviva Ajmera: Absolutely, happy to. I can honestly say my journey was very unplanned. I wonder, is it serendipity? I believe in serendipity. Is it destiny? I believe in karma and destiny. But I also believe in a plan. I am a very planned person. I think it was really the combination of all three that got me to where I am today. When I think about how I started as a painfully shy first generation Indian girl to immigrant parents growing up in upstate New York. I went to college in Texas. That was a big leap, a big step forward. I ended up living in Minneapolis, joining a consulting firm, moving to Kansas City, which was never on my radar growing up in New York. Back in 1995, I joined Hallmark Cards, and then I left corporate without a job to go to when I was there 15 years. But I just felt like that's what was right for me. I ended up joining an international consulting firm. I was a partner there for seven years. And I was traveling all the time, and my little girl was growing up. And that's how I decided to start SoLVE, my strategic consulting firm here in Kansas City. And then this year, I started my new firm, the one that you came to speak to, called C-Suite Success. So I never would have thought growing up the way I did, super shy, really kind of sheltered, that I would now be the CEO of two companies in the belly button of America. Andi Simon: Well, you know, I'm a big believer in serendipity. And I do think there's a path. I just don't know what the next step on that path is. And we are all talking about what's next because we've reached that phase where we're pretty successful. And we sort of know who we are. And the journey has so many interesting uncertainties to it and is full of challenges. But you're an important part because you've been inside a company helping it grow. You've been a consultant helping companies grow. You now have your own business, helping them grow. And watching you lead these groups that I spoke to, they have a magic relationship with you. They listen, and they're learning at the same time. So share with us some of the wisdom of what you learned as you went through this, and some of the things that you're doing now to help companies see, feel and think in new ways, because you have that magic. Aviva Ajmera: Oh, well, thank you so much. That means a lot coming from you because I know you work with hundreds and hundreds of companies. Well, really candidly growing up, my mom and dad were amazing parents but as immigrants, they didn't grow up in the US. So I didn't have the benefit of a lot of role models as I was growing up or approaching college, thinking about career, grad school, etc. And what I found is that I was really blessed. I had so many mentors, before the word mentor even was like a word that got used in corporate America all the time. And I feel like they always saw something in me that I did not yet see in myself. And I'm so grateful for that. So as I work with teams, CIOs, CEOs, C-suite level people, and then usually their next one or two levels down in my consulting practice, my goal is always to bring out the best in them, to bring out that collective wisdom and that collective perspective. Because I work with them, I'm building strategic plans. And I know that strategic plans don't work when only the leader has created the plan, or heaven forbid, the consultant has created the plan. It has to be a product of the organization. And as I do that, and I spend time with clients, trying to figure out how to bring out the best in them, what I realized is a bit of a shift that's happened in corporate America in the last, I would say, easily 10 years, but maybe even it goes back further. I was lucky in that when I started out at Accenture, they had and still do, a really robust training and development plan. Most companies don't have that anymore. And they don't have it because they can't afford it. And it's definitely been a common line item to cut out over the last four to five years. And so what we've done with C-Suite Success is bring together all of these eager, high potential people wanting to grow, wanting to invest in themselves and create cohorts. So we have a CEO cohort, we have a C-suite cohort, and then we've got that next level, all of which want to continuously learn, continuously improve, and they need a safe place to come and talk, to come and recharge, and to be able to learn together and talk about applications for each of their companies. The folks in our groups cross any industry. You can imagine: profit, nonprofit, family owned, public, everything, because what we find is that issues are the same. And the ways that people want to grow and develop professionally, it doesn't matter what kind of company you're in, it's all pretty common. And so that's what I would call the magic of how our groups work together. Andi Simon: You know, magic is interesting, because the trust factor is high. And when they come in there, they almost have to shed their fear of failure, or not looking professional, or being the CEO or the C-suite leader that is expected among their peers. I mean, I've done Vistage now for years. I think I've done 500 Vistage talks and I'm always fascinated by the CEO. For those of you who don't know what Vistage is, it's an organization that brings in speakers, like myself, to introduce ideas to their members. And, it becomes an interesting way of getting a feel for what's happening. When I went to Aviva's group, a wonderful group, different people and they were all coming in, shedding their concerns about who they were and what they did. And they came in sort of open-minded to see what somebody else could share with them and help them grow. And growing is very hard when you hit a certain point. So as you're working with them, and even problem solving, is there some approach that I heard you say? Are there certain approaches you take, for example, to build a strategy with a client that helps them see it themselves? Aviva Ajmera: Yes, it's multi-step. And it happens over time, because it is at the core, what you said, it's a relationship. So with consulting engagements, the very first thing I do is send a survey out. It's all open-ended questions. And then we talk on the phone, then I interview them. And we usually spend an hour on the phone. So I work very hard to create a unique one-on-one relationship with every single member of the strategic planning team. And oftentimes, some other key stakeholders; sometimes it's board members, sometimes it's other people that aren't on the team, but they are big influencers in the organization. And we talk a lot about trust. And it's actually one of the principles when I kick off an engagement in my consulting firm. We talk about how we're going to work together and we talk about how when we are together, it is a safe place. There's no judgment, and we're going to have trust. Now that doesn't mean you have to agree. It just means you have to be comfortable. enough and feel safe enough that whatever's on your mind, regardless of what your level is in the organization, we want you to contribute because we think your opinions are important, which is why we've asked you to be on a team. With C-Suite Success, it's a little different because we've got folks from different companies. With our CEO group, they all represent individual companies. But we have an interesting secondary dynamic in our C-suite group. And in our key leader group, which is, sometimes we have two folks from the same company in our group. And candidly, I was really curious to see how that would go. Would they feel like they couldn't open up because of somebody else in the company that's listening. And in fact, what I found was the exact opposite. They felt a sense of partnership and a camaraderie because they had somebody that was hearing them express a challenge or an issue that they had, and the other person genuinely wanted to help them. We had one meeting where someone was sharing that she felt very frustrated, because she felt her role could have a wider dimension than the leadership was allowing her to have. And the other person from the company in that group said, it makes me really sad that you feel like that and I want to figure out what I can do to help you not feel like that. And, I mean, I was just watching it happen. And I was like, Oh, I love this so much. Andi Simon: But to your point, people within a company play their roles, but don't have time to be honest with each other. Or, she wasn't even looking for help, she was just articulating her feelings. And being who she was, she was ready to see it through a fresh lens, which was beautiful. But it's interesting to watch people because people are so challenging. I mean, they're trying to do a good job, and they don't know: I can't do more, I can't hang in there, and then I get shut down. When you're working on the strategy stuff, you said something important, that is, you help turn it into an execution. We do a lot of Blue Ocean Strategy work. And the hardest part is to turn a great idea into an innovation. You know, we often said our tagline is From observation to innovation because it's hard to see it. And then once you see it, what are you going to do with it? What kind of tools can our listeners learn from you about turning those ideas, a strategy, into an implementation that actually works? Any thoughts? Aviva Ajmera: So many thoughts. And you are speaking my love language when you talk about strategy and implementation. So you know, anytime I talk to a group, and frankly, when they're interviewing me, and I am also interviewing them to make sure it's a good fit, I ask them about previous strategic plans. What did they like? What did they not like? What worked, what didn't work? A common theme of what didn't work is, We built this plan, then nothing happened. If I have a client that experiences that with me facilitating the work, that means I have failed. That is absolutely not what I want to do. So when I work with a client, I make it very clear, we'll build you a strategic plan, but the more important work is actually the implementation plan. And the key aspect to the implementation plan is accountability. So for every single initiative, you might have 30 initiatives under a particular strategy. You have a timeline around it, you have metrics around it, and you have a person that is in charge of making sure it gets done. And then follow up. I tell them, even when we create the plan, it's based on what we know. We create three year strategic plans, but we're doing it in the current-state timeline where you are going to live the plan. So I teach them, it's a living, breathing document, really like our journey in life is, right? Things are going to change but we are building the best plan we can with what we know today. But I teach them how to think about how you adjust. And I really encourage them to do monthly check-ins, and my most successful clients do that. They check in every single month. That way things don't slip. If people are struggling, they can share it. They can talk about what adjustments do we need to make, and then we continue to move forward toward their big three year plan goals. Andi Simon: It's always been interesting to me how even when I was an executive in banks, I was an executive in three banks, and we would build the strategy. And yet the idea that this was business every day was sort of an anathema to the folks who somehow knew they had to create this thing. And it was done. And then we could go back to doing our job. And the two were so disconnected that I watched and I wondered, what is this that we're trying to do, this thing called strategy? And then the other part that was disconnected was the goal of all of this, so we had a strategy to get someplace. The daily business was different from what was in the strategy. And some goals that we were trying to get to, that was sort of elusive at the end. How interesting, how business was run. And now that's unacceptable. You can't do that. Let's start backwards. Where do you go? I had one healthcare client with a 44-page plan, can you believe that? Aviva Ajmera: Oh, that just sounds painful to me. That's never going to happen. And then my 15 years at Hallmark Cards, and I am grateful for my career there. I grew and just bloomed while I was at Hallmark. But I remember every single year, we had a different senior manager in charge of leading strategic planning. Well, guess what that means: every single year, the format of strategic planning is different. And I remember when I was young, like late 20s, coming out of grad school, the concept of a strategic plan. I'm so excited about it, right? Like I learned how to do that when I was in grad school. When I came to the company, when you're 27 years old, and you're an individual contributor, you're not involved in the strategic plan at all. You are given these big corporate goals, and you sit there, I did anyways, and I would say, where am I going to fit in? The strategies are way bigger than my sphere of influence. The goals are numbers I don't control. I don't have visibility so I get maybe a twice a year update, maybe an annual update. And so the way I do plans is just really different. And I tell the organization as we're building it, and then I tell them as we're recapping it: everyone in the organization should be able to see their role in the plan. And if they don't, that means we didn't build the plan properly. So it is a little bit of a pressure test even as we're building the implementation plan. That doesn't mean every single person has something they're accountable for, but that they should at least be on a team that is accountable for a particular initiative. Andi Simon: One thing that we've begun over the years to realize is that you also have to tell people what they're going to stop or not do. Those are often fascinating to me, because they'll say, Of course, we can stop that. And then you go observe, being the anthropologist I am, I don't even ask them, I go watch, and I watch the thing they're going to stop is the thing they do every day. Habits are so powerful that they know how to do it so well, even if it has no value anymore. And I had one client and I said to him, You know your clients don't need this. "That's what we do," he said. I said, "But they told me what you're doing. So how do we change this so it fits where you're going, as opposed to where you have been hard to let go?" Have you found the same? Aviva Ajmera: Absolutely, absolutely. It's exactly what you're saying. It's habit. And it's comfort. That doesn't mean that it's right, it doesn't mean that it was wrong to do it when you started doing it. But just as all things evolve, it might not be the right fit for where the company is now, for where their clients or their customers are today. So how do you break that habit? You make a list. You make a list of what's new in the plan. Whate are you going to start doing? What are you going to stop doing, and you syndicate it. You syndicate it with the board. You syndicate it with the senior leadership, and you syndicate it all the way through the company. Now we know behaviors take time to change so we have to hold each other accountable. And there are fun little things you can do, you know, awards of the month, that focus on the change that you're trying to create, or other types of recognition that keep it alive, in the energy, in the culture of the company, to make sure that you're reinforcing. Not only are we articulating what we want to change, but we are reinforcing it by recognizing the new changes and the behaviors, and then soon they become a part. Andi Simon: But to emphasize this with our audience, the brain remembers what you celebrate. And so if you really want that person to stop, we're not even going to stop smoking, or just try doing procedures that are already automated that they're doing with paper again. But anything that you really want to demonstrate, you record. Recognize the effort that went into changing, it's celebrated. Because the brains of the people you're working with will remember what you praised. And if you don't, it won't think it's important. And those are not incidentals, it's not sort of an afterthought. Or even a thank you note, a little act of gratitude, can have a huge opportunity cost for you. As somebody will say, Oh, this matters, I didn't know. And the other part is, I love teaming people up. Because if you can team them up, there's another person who's watching. And then if they trust each other, then they can talk to each other. Like those two people in your C-suite program. It's interesting, we do things for others and with others, but on our own, we go back to what we've always done. And we're not happy to be asked to change it. Change is painful. It's really hard. Aviva Ajmera: Yeah, it's so true. I mean, you taught us the idea of a funeral. And I'll tell you, all three groups were like, We love that idea. One of the things I do with the groups is, every month, I ask them to tell us about what you've implemented from the last speaker that you heard. And then I also do it quarterly as a way to try to reinforce reminders to take this great learning that you got from spending a day with me and a speaker, and make sure that you're actually implementing and embedding it in the organization. Another simple technique for a company, a lot of times, I will ask them to send me a year's worth of agendas, send me your agenda. I want to see what you talk about. Is your agenda just an update, or are you literally having a discussion? And if you've got new behavior that you're trying to instill, where are you giving it some time. It could be a stand-up meeting, it could be a formal meeting, it could be a newsletter, it could be anything, but where are you recognizing and calling out these new behaviors that we're wanting to encourage in an organization. Andi Simon: The hardest part is to make them feel competent, to take the ideas back and implement them. You know, it's not like learning golf in an hour or two or three with a club in a book and hitting the ball. Although I've done that, and it's not easy to do. But you have the humility that comes with it, the vulnerability of saying to their colleagues, you know, this is something that I heard and I really think we should try. Let's, you know, we don't have to fail or not, let's not fear failure, let's try. And I share that with our listeners, because you need a language and a conversation for implementing the new, when your folks are going to immediately walk away and resist you, pretending you didn't say the words you just did. And they don't even know that their brains are fighting it. Aviva Ajmera: Absolutely, absolutely. Another technique I've learned over the years is something I'll call converge and diverge. So the converging is listening to what the change needs to be. The diverging is breaking into small groups and brainstorming, coming up with ideas. And then you come together again, and you share those ideas. So it gives everything a little extra juice, a little extra validation. And many times when we do that, in our groups, one group will say, Ooh, I really like that. Can I borrow that? I'm going to have that list too. And it's really fun seeing when energy builds because they're learning from one another. Andi Simon: It's interesting, I have two, three leadership academies: one four years, one three years, one five years, and the interaction is less about me than it's about them and what they can learn from each other. To your point: only about having time to think out loud, and to be able to share ideas that are sitting there and bubbling up but don't have a place to come through. And always there are great ideas coming often down in the trenches, because they're closest to the work being done. But even all the way across the whole thing, it's fun to watch people ideate all of a sudden. They go, Ah, you know, I can do that. And all of a sudden it becomes part of their story, not someone else's. I love it. So my question for you, my podcast has been ranked among the top 10 futurists podcasts, but I didn't know I was a futurist. So I asked my listeners, my viewers, pardon my interviewees to share with our viewers. What do you see coming? Anything in particular, as you're working with both your customers, your clients, your members of your group? Are there key themes that you hear particularly as we're coming out of the pandemic? What's coming? Aviva Ajmera: A few common themes. The first one that came to mind was health. So self-health, mental health, it could be relationship health. I think for me, I know the pandemic, because it was so abrupt and everything kind of stopped. I mean, my clients put work on hold for nine months until we realized this wasn't going away. We needed to adapt and figure out how to do our work in a virtual way. They work with me, not their businesses, but I think it gave us all that time that we have to live our life in a way that naturally feels good to us, whether that's how you start your day, what you eat, exercise, who you talk to, all of that. And then as we now create this new normal and kind of reenter, nothing is 100% like it was prior to March of 2020. It's all an adapted version of it. And I think most of us are still figuring it out. Because those norms are gone. So we're creating new norms. So an openness for employers to understand that their employees are seeking that, and there's no right answer. I really feel like the right answer is just talking to your employees. The other one that I see across all industries, and even with my angel investing, really is the idea of partnership. So you might call it networks. You might call it mentors. You might call it really just business model partnerships. More and more, I see companies recognizing for them to reach their fullest potential, having strategic partnerships is how they really will soar. Because it's really hard. Just like any one person cannot be an expert in every single thing called life, any one company cannot necessarily be the expert at every single thing they need for their company to live its fullest potential. And that's where I see a lot of partnerships coming into play. Andi Simon: I think of the well-being and of all kinds of healthcare, behavioral health, mental health, family health, I mean, the health. You know, the tragedy of the pandemic, truly was a tragedy, but it's opened us up to every day is a gift. How will we live it? And then how do we find the benefits of our days? But the other part is this partnership concept. Uber has shown us you don't need to own everything. And I do think that once you take a look at what Airbnb or Uber or others have done, you realize that the market has lots of ways of solving a problem. And I had one client and I said, you know there are lots of ways of solving your situation. You don't have to have it all. And who could you connect people with? Because they're asking you for things and you say we don't do that. Well, you don't need to do that. But that's a recurring theme. I get it. But you know, in the past, I said yes, but that kind of strategy works, then maybe today's strategy isn't about we don't do it. But how can we help you to different conversations? Aviva Ajmera: Right, exactly. How can we facilitate it? So I think of two words that come to mind. One is insights. So what are those customers or those client insights? What need is needing to be met? And then the other word is ecosystem. And I feel as though that word has really evolved and grown over the last, I'll say, five to seven years in a way. I've never seen it happen before. And I see it in my clients. But I also see it in my startup companies that my angel invests in: the idea of ecosystems, supporting one another is so incredibly powerful. You kind of conquer, you help each other conquer those learning curves faster because I've already figured that out, or I've already looked into that and let me share it with you. So back to that partnership word versus holding everything close to the vest and it's like, No, I paid my dues. I figured it out. You could figure it out on your own. I see that going away. Now I will say, I live in the Midwest, and I know that the coasts and the cultures are a little bit different. But I see it on the coasts as well. I really see it all over the world as I have friends and family that live all over the world. So I think there's a synergy that comes from ecosystems and partnerships where it clearly can be a win-win for the people working together. Andi Simon: Well, in some ways, it is a reflection of us coming to terms with, I don't need to do it all, and we can help each other. And we both can prosper much more easily then being proprietary, even intellectual property. People say, can I access your stuff? I give it to you, you know, enjoy it, use it, let me know how I can help. And it becomes a very different dialogue, and I'm going to protect it and hold it, and you got to pay for it, or you've got to do something with it. It's a time when I think the multiplier is really more interesting than the protector of the isolated. Because, you know, I met one person and the work I was doing, he had 98% of the market share for his particular product. And I said, So what does that do for you if you own the market? It's a market growing as a market shrinking, what else can you do for them? And the reason I love thinking out loud, like you and I are doing, is, what else can we do? Where are their unmet needs? And how can we be a value beyond simply the thing that we do? It's no longer a product to sell as the service or solution. So I love to solve. It really captures what we're trying to do with solving each other's problems together. Well, we can talk, you and I for much longer, but I think it's time that we summarize for our listeners, one, two or three things that you don't want them to forget. I made a bunch of notes myself, what are some of your takeaways? Aviva Ajmera: You know, I think I mentioned to you, my daughter is 21. And she's graduating college this year. I'll be 55 this year. It's interesting that I am almost 55 talking to my 21 year old daughter. What I wish someone had said to me at that age causes you to reflect on your life. Like, where would you have taken bigger chances? When I think about three lasting thoughts, the first one is about network. And network sometimes is a scary word. Use whatever word you want. It could be ecosystem, it could be other people, you know, whatever. But it's about not only building your own, but also realizing your friends' network can be your network, your family's network can be your network. And as you think about your mentors, I would say have lots of them. You're going to have mentors at different stages of your life for different reasons in your life, just like all of your friends, just think big. Think wide. The other thing is, I told you, I love plans. So yes, have a plan. But be willing to change that plan. Because you have no idea how once you start living the plan, how your thoughts and ideologies might change a little bit, how your experiences will influence what you value, and what is most important. And part of that is being a continuous learner. It does not matter how old you are. We just learned how to play pickleball. I'm learning things in pickleball that I can apply to my business life. Well, it's a really wonderful thing. And then the last thing is really what you asked me about as far as big changes that I'm seeing. It's about taking care of yourself, because for those of us, which is most of us that are high achievement oriented, right, very goal oriented, you will acquire those titles and that monetary status, you'll acquire it, just assume that but none of it matters if you don't have your health. If you don't have healthy relationships, people in your life that you can enjoy that success with and know that your definition for success might change when it comes to material acquisitions, but taking care of yourself is always the same. Do I feel good every day? Am I happy every day? Am I healthy enough to go enjoy what it is? I've said in my life, I want to go try that or I want to go visit there, or whatever the adventure is for you. Andi Simon: You know, Aviva, I am going to a pickleball benefit, not too many weekends from now, and I said, How do you play pickleball? I'm trying to make my golf game at least competent. And I have to learn another game? And maybe because that's where all the action is. Even our golf clubs would open up pickleball courts because that's where all the people are. And they were at a membership meeting and I said pickleball and they looked at me, I said, that's where all the growth is. And it's fast and it's easy, and it's fun. And people come because they enjoy it. And so let's enjoy ourselves. So it's an interesting time. Thank you so much for the conversation. It's been wonderful today. Thank you. Aviva Ajmera: Thank you, Andi. I always enjoy talking with you and I am very grateful for the opportunity to be on your podcast. Andi Simon: Well I just love sharing wonderful people like yourself. It's so much fun to talk about what I love to talk about, which is strategy and how to grow people and their companies so they can live happily ever after. It's not a fairy tale. And one thing I want to make sure you understand is, hope is not a strategy. So I have a hunch Aviva would agree with me. Every time they tell me the inbox, or word of mouth, I just want to say, you hope somebody finds you and somebody will do business with you. But that's not a good strategy. So, for all of my listeners, thank you for coming. It's always fun. I love sharing and this is a great opportunity for me to share with you a little of our thoughts, lots of good people who want to help you see, feel and think in new ways. Don't forget my books are available on Amazon. My new book comes out in September of 2023. It's called Women Meaning Business, and in it are 101 women trailblazers with great wisdom to share with you. I can't wait to show it to you. It's almost coming. But right now, I want you to remember that I love your emails, send them to info@Andisimon.com. That comes right to me and Simonassociates.net is on a new website and it's all so much fun. Thanks Aviva. I'm going to say goodbye. Take care. Bye bye now. Bye bye.
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