FEMnation Podcast
Scaling Your Business by Creating more Time For Yourself as the Business Owner

Scaling Your Business by Creating more Time For Yourself as the Business Owner

April 2, 2020

Our anonymous guest in today’s Hot Seat shares issues and roadblocks she is running into her business at the moment and do a Hot Seat coaching with her. I help her tackle problems on time expansion and finding the right team members for her business.

What you’ll learn:

  • The current roadblock in her business.
  • 1 thing that is holding her back from scaling her business right now.
  • Her current time expansion and how she can maximize it.
  • How outsourcing can help in her business.
  • Hiring online versus in person.
  • Working better with VAs you hire.
  • Finding the right team member for you.
  • Assessments that can help you in finding the right team members.
  • Dealing with the financial component of your business.

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Lorene Wapotich - Embracing Nature and Engaging Mothers & Daughters for their Personal Alignment

Lorene Wapotich - Embracing Nature and Engaging Mothers & Daughters for their Personal Alignment

March 31, 2020

I enjoyed talking to Lorene Wapotich, the Founder of Celebrating her Rite and Feet on the Earth. She understands how to utilise nature, building a connection, empowering the awareness of young people, and taking that as a way to create more confidence as an individual and work with a community. I loved that we discussed how we can further move society in a better direction.

What you’ll learn:

  • The story of where Lorene’s entrepreneurial journey began.
  • Studying Herbalism and Natural Remedies.
  • Catalyst of empowerment from wilderness trips for women.
  • Most common hurdles women overcome.
  • Empowering women through Feet on the Earth and Celebrating Her Rite
  • Her therapy for moving along.
  • Creating opportunities and measuring success.
  • Honoring each life stage.
  • Mothers declaring the right of passage and healing from childhood.
  • Understanding our children in each stage of their life.
  • Providing sufficient guidance and space for their own experience.
  • Importance of connecting with the earth at a young age and as an adult.
  • Creating a better environment for our kids.
  • Understanding what we’re biologically wired for.

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Dr. Katie Takacs - Follow up

Dr. Katie Takacs - Follow up

March 26, 2020

This is a follow-up episode to my interview with Dr. Katie Takacs of Gateway Natural Medicine where I further highlight some points and share my thoughts about our conversation.

What You’ll Learn About:

  • Being disruptive is standing for a cause and moving forward with it.
  • The best way to educate and give value.
  • Some questions to ponder on the effect we have as female entrepreneurs.
  • Seeing the process and the possibilities.
  • Putting it into action.
  • Find people that hold you up.

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Dr. Katie Takacs - Empowering Women Through Wholistic Healthcare & Education.

Dr. Katie Takacs - Empowering Women Through Wholistic Healthcare & Education.

March 24, 2020

I recently had a great conversation with another advocate of female empowerment, Dr. Katie Takacs, Clinical Director of Women’s Health at Gateway Natural Medicine, has dedicated her healthcare practice for women’s education. Her goal is to always figure out the root cause and to be able to provide customized solutions to their current lifestyle.

What you’ll learn:

  • The story of how Dr. Katie’s entrepreneurial journey began.
  • What a typical checkup looks like.
  • How their clinic’s approach is different.
  • How Dr. Katie stepped into her vision.
  • What her experience was like in getting checked wholistically.
  • Her journey on working with women and their health.
  • Accomplishments on women’s health journey and empowering them.
  • Different experiences with dealing with people in the medical industry.
  • Her goal to educate women on their healthcare.
  • How she tries to help with specific solutions to each patient rather than giving general advice.
  • Hardest struggles & accomplishments on the entrepreneurial side.
  • Katie’s pinnacle of success in providing a program on women’s education on health.
  • The changes brought about by becoming a female entrepreneur.

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HotSeat - Dealing with trauma and other hang-ups from your business.

HotSeat - Dealing with trauma and other hang-ups from your business.

March 19, 2020

Our anonymous guest in today’s HotSeat will share where she is at in her business today, the hang-ups and the common things she has gone through. Her experiences teach us that having clarity at the moment is just one of the pieces of moving the business forward.

What you’ll learn:

  • The status of her business, the hang-up she is experiencing and how she’s perceiving it.
  • Do her ideal clients embody the same values that she has regarding cannabis.
  • Handling a paid group that are her ideal clients.
  • The big and scary things that she experiences in front running cannabis in the women’s health world.
  • Working on healing her trauma.
  • Things that may trigger her trauma.
  • Steps in overcoming naysayers.
  • Letting go of the stigma in her mind.
  • The reason why she needs to stand in authority in what she knows.
  • Her steps into owning her authority.
  • Tips for starting a podcast.
Katie Smith - Taking A Leap of Faith and Starting Your Entrepreneurial Journey.

Katie Smith - Taking A Leap of Faith and Starting Your Entrepreneurial Journey.

March 17, 2020

Katie Smith, the Boss Lady of All Pro Heating & Air, a heating and cooling for commercial and multi-family properties business joins us in this episode to talk about her entrepreneurial journey and how she is rising above the challenges of working in a male-dominated industry. Taking a leap of faith in starting her business has proved to be a very good decision for her looking at the growth her company has experienced over the years.

What you’ll learn:

  • The story of where Katie’s entrepreneurial journey began.
  • Things that she has overcome in order to move forward.
  • What made her take a leap of faith and start her business.
  • The services they offer in their business.
  • What Katie loves the most about working in a male-dominated industry.
  • Her definition of success in her business.
  • What growth looks like for them.
  • Focusing on serving one area of the industry.
  • Advice for businesses on nicheing.
  • One key takeaway from her entrepreneurial journey.
  • Explaining their company culture.

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Kris Lucas - Follow Up

Kris Lucas - Follow Up

March 12, 2020

This is a solo follow-up episode on my interview with Kris Lucas of Klutch Custom Painting where I share my thoughts on our conversation.

What you’ll learn:

  • Men and women in the entrepreneurial space.
  • Women are still not viewed the same as men in certain industries.
  • How Kris stepped out of her comfort zone to tell her story.
  • The combination of the work of men and women can provide great service and outcomes.
  • Where we need to be with inclusivity.

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Kris Lucas - A Successful Woman Making a Mark in a Male-dominated Industry.

Kris Lucas - A Successful Woman Making a Mark in a Male-dominated Industry.

March 9, 2020

Badass woman, Kris Lucas of Klutch Custom Painting joins us in this very interesting conversation today on the podcast. From being neglected by others when they find out that she’s a woman to successfully making a mark in the many clients she has served, Kris’ confidence has really grown beautifully. And I feel so fortunate that Kris is here today with us to  share her journey and experience in building a business in a male-dominated industry and how it has changed her over the years.

 

What you’ll learn:

  • The story of where Kris’ entrepreneurial journey began.
  • What success means for Kris.
  • She shares her experiences with clients.
  • Dealing with the vulnerability of being in a male dominated field.
  • Working with men who support her in this field.
  • How the entrepreneurial journey has changed her.
  • What she wishes she knew then what she knows now when she started her business.

 

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Claudia Garbutt - Follow Up

Claudia Garbutt - Follow Up

March 5, 2020

This is a solo follow-up episode on my interview with Claudia Garbutt of PearTreePond where I share my thoughts on our conversation.

 

What you’ll learn: 

  • What we need to work on as business owners.
  • Whitedove’s challenge: Focus on where you are standing in the way in the evolution of your business.
  • The benefits of being aware and present in your business and removing the bottlenecks of your business.

 

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Claudia Garbutt - From Molecular Biologist to the Solopreneur Safety Net

Claudia Garbutt - From Molecular Biologist to the Solopreneur Safety Net

March 3, 2020

My conversation with Claudia Garbutt of Pear Tree Pond was a very interesting one. She is amazing at what she does in the analytical and spiritual side of mindset work. And today, she shares her entrepreneurial journey with us and how she ended up in this type of work being a former molecular biologist. Her mission, as the Solopreneur Safety Net, is to help entrepreneur moms transform more lives with their products and services.

 

What you’ll learn:

  • The story of how Claudia’s entrepreneurial journey began.
  • Struggling with imposter syndrome.
  • The importance of action and getting things done.
  • Manifestation and Law of Attraction.
  • Claudia’s definition of success.
  • One accomplishment she is very proud of.
  • Future plans for her business.
  • Steps on how she gets out of her own way.
  • Claudia’s favorite author.
  • How the entrepreneurial journey has changed her.
  • Her big huge audacious goal.

 

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