We’re all constantly facing unexpected events, but some of them really change our lives forever. To Ashley Wellman, it was the moment when her husband passed away. In this episode, she tells us about how she went from grieving to becoming an entrepreneur and how that journey has changed her and her daughter’s life.
Turning into a better version of yourself is all up to you. We’re constantly-and unconsciously-repeating old patterns that may prevent ourselves from becoming a better person in any aspect of our lives. Veronika Winski tells us the importance of being aware of these patterns and shares some tips on how to break them.
Podcasting is a lot more than pushing the record button… Alesia Galati knows it and makes it easier to handle by offering a full podcast management service. From editing and launching to optimizing content and getting leads, Alesia and her team make it easier to start the podcastprenenur life. She also talks about her journey to starting her company and why she believes there needs to be more emphasis on biz owners who aren’t in it for the six figure life.
When it comes to selling and networking, mindset is key. In this episode, Tish Times shares with us what she has learned from 16 years of experience in this field: You take the chance no matter what.
Have you ever felt like you didn’t know how to overcome failure? Or maybe you know how but don’t feel confident enough… As entrepreneurs, we’re likely to feel that way more often than we think. Jess Critchlow shares with us some mindset tips that would help us go through those dark times and learn from them.
What would you do if you had a hundred million dollars now?
Bridget tells us how that question made her jump into her entrepreneurship journey 2 years ago. With a professional coaching certification, but even better, certified by her own experience, she’s now the one who helps other people become successful entrepreneurs while keeping a 9-5 job.
Coming from an entrepreneurial family, Brittany learned early on how to create smart systems and strategies for her own business, and now she helps other women and mompreneurs do the same for their own. Systems documentation, entrepreneurial burnout, VAs are one of the topics you’ll find on this interesting chat.
Military Spouse, Homeschooling Mom, and Entrepreneur… sounds challenging doesn’t it? Samantha tells us how she keeps the right balance in her life while enjoying each part of it.
Believe it or not, the way we eat affects other aspects of our lives, especially during quarantine time. Mary-Katherine shares with us tips on eating properly in a realistic way while also talking about the importance of feeling confident with our bodies.
Surrounding yourself with people who understand you is always a plus, especially when you’re facing difficult times. Diane Pauley shares her experience with walking out from doing what she loved and how she learned again to believe in herself.