FEMnation Podcast
Episode 171: Can You Love Your Ideal Client Enough To Accept Where They Are Starting At?

Episode 171: Can You Love Your Ideal Client Enough To Accept Where They Are Starting At?

November 29, 2022

What if we gave our ideal client the same grace we wished we found? I invite you to press play for a beautiful question to ask yourself as you explore the depths of who your ideal client is.

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Episode 170: Why Self Reflection Is Critical In Business

Episode 170: Why Self Reflection Is Critical In Business

November 9, 2022

What do you do when the content you create is just...off? Even if it's ever so slightly off, there's something that needs to be looked at.

Check out this short episode if you need a reminder that making a mistake is ok, and learning to trust your inner authority when it's letting you know something is off.

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Episode 168: The Five Stages of Simple Scaling Success - An Entrepreneurial Journey

Episode 168: The Five Stages of Simple Scaling Success - An Entrepreneurial Journey

November 1, 2022

An entrepreneurial journey is building a business - whether you consider it a hobby or whether you’re making six figures + a year (..) It’s still a business, and you have to treat it as such. 

In this week’s FEMnation podcast episode, I break down every stage you need to experience to transform your business from a creative idea to a rinse-and-repeat cycle;

  • Stage 1, The Dreamer - How to lead yourself, what resonates for you, and what impact you want to make in this world
  • Stage 2, The Newcomer - The controversy towards discovering your niche without losing what matters to you and your ideal clients
  • Stage 3, The Preparer - Your uniqueness is what draws your product/service to your clients and creates the foundation to connect 
  • Stage 4, The Inventor - How to invent the road to scale and place your product into your ideal client’s hands 
  • Stage 5, The Thriver - Scalability becomes possible, and opportunities flood in to elevate your business 

The entrepreneurial journey is full of lessons, challenges, failures, and wins, but it’s all worth it if you REMEMBER to stay true to who you are, place your clients first, and follow through. 

And remember, the timeline is yours. Where you are is exactly where you need to be to get to where you want to be. 

How does this week's topic land for you? What stage do you think you're falling in? 

I'm so grateful to be on this journey with you.

 

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Episode 167: The Entrepreneur’s Dilemma: When to Ditch the Expert’s Rules

Episode 167: The Entrepreneur’s Dilemma: When to Ditch the Expert’s Rules

October 18, 2022

Building a business isn't linear - it's the process of many small decisions affecting future outcomes. Most of us are willing learners when it comes to growing our business. But what if parts of an expert's strategy doesn't sit right (even though you diligently try to make it work)?

What if you were called to be a trailblazer? 

One of the most supportive (and freeing) ways you can grow your business is to think outside of the box.

In this episode, I share how trying to fit what I paid to learn wasn't landing, and how I decided to blaze my own trail.

 

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Episode 166: The Entrepreneurial Journey: Finding Your Inner Leader

Episode 166: The Entrepreneurial Journey: Finding Your Inner Leader

October 11, 2022

Have you heard the story of how I fumbled my way through entrepreneurship? Well, now you can.

Tune into this story-time episode to hear how I learned, tested, and navigated everything to do with my entrepreneurial journey...except trusting (and subsequently leading) myself.

This is a beautiful, intimate, behind the scenes share of what it was really like to build what you now see.

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Episode 165: How An Unintentional Shift Turned Into One Of My Greatest Transformations

Episode 165: How An Unintentional Shift Turned Into One Of My Greatest Transformations

February 8, 2022

Owning that I couldn't see through the change I desired, but going ahead anyway, paved the way to a transformation that rippled through more of my world than I imagined.

 

In this episode, I decided to deviate from sharing a business journey to dive into more of a journey of self discovery by sharing my transformation summary after-the-fact.

 

Listen in on how the little things we don't realize make an impact and end up becoming great lessons for our own growth and transformation.

 

  • Why change has become sustainable this time
  • The things I had to do that helped with my transformation
  • Letting go of what was holding me from my progress
  • What I learned from going through this program (apart from losing weight)
  • There’s more to transformations than just the obvious

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Episode 164: Sarah Dawn - Ending Burnout for Your Life

Episode 164: Sarah Dawn - Ending Burnout for Your Life

February 1, 2022

Have you ever felt burned out with your job or your business? You’ve probably felt this one way or another. For some, they don’t even notice it until it affects them healthwise just like what happened to Sarah Dawn, a lawyer specializing in small businesses. In this episode, Sarah shares her entrepreneurial journey and the scary defining moment she had that led her to change things for the better. If you would like to end burnout for yourself, I encourage you to listen to my conversation with Sarah to learn how she ended burnout and turned her life around.

  • Sarah shares the story of her entrepreneurial journey.
  • How trials and lessons have helped Sarah as an entrepreneur.
  • The defining moment of her burnout and how it helped her give importance to herself while having a thriving business.
  • The importance of establishing boundaries for yourself.
  • What her business looks like today and how she helps business owners in the legal field.
  • Sarah tells us what success is for her.

 

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Episode 163: Powering Through Life’s Experiences with Joanna Chanis

Episode 163: Powering Through Life’s Experiences with Joanna Chanis

January 18, 2022

How do we get through challenges and learning experiences in our life and manage to stand up wiser and stronger? Life is never an easy road, and we all have different struggles. It’s all up to us how we want to react and push through it all. In this episode, Joanna Chanis, Professional Mentor and Resilience Expert, shares her very personal story with us and how it has helped her to power through life and entrepreneurial journey. 

  • The story of how Joanna’s mom inspired her to start her entrepreneurial journey.
  • How becoming a mother has changed her personal and professional goals.
  • Joanna shares the businesses she owned and created.
  • Having cancer and starting her journey after this awakening by writing her book.
  • Teaching the Mindset Mentor Method and seeing unbelievable results with my clients.
  • Three kinds of women you can be.

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Episode 162: Kim Woods - How the Gift of Intuition Led Her to Help Entrepreneurs Achieve Business Success

Episode 162: Kim Woods - How the Gift of Intuition Led Her to Help Entrepreneurs Achieve Business Success

December 14, 2021

How many times have you made business plans and strategies that just don’t seem to fit your personality? In today’s episode, I invited Kim Woods, a successful intuitive business strategist who helps businesses become more aware of who they are and translate that to business success. Want to know your intuitive type? Head to the links section and take the quiz! You will get so much wisdom from this episode. 

  • How Kim became an entrepreneur without ever planning to be one
  • Becoming an entrepreneur and a full-time mom at the same time
  • The experience clients get when they meet Kim
  • How Kim’s intuitive gift became her passion
  • From being referral-based to building a strong business
  • Surpassing the time when Kim was hiding her strength and powerful gifts
  • The awakening period when other people felt Kim’s intuitive gifts before she knew them
  • What Kim’s business can offer you
  • What it means to be intuitive
  • How being intuitive translates to your business success and leadership
  • Kim’s definition of success
  • Astrology as an acceptable form of intuition
  • The awareness that people experience after working with Kim
  • Kim’s big thoughts, ideas, and the era we are moving into
  • The feminine energy and the masculine energy
  • How Kim’s entrepreneurial journey changed her
  • Kim’s “Know Your Life” quiz to know your intuitive type

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Kim Woods - Know Your Life Quiz

Kim Woods Website

Kim Woods Instagram

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Episode 161: Julie Allen - Standing For What You Believe In No Matter What

Episode 161: Julie Allen - Standing For What You Believe In No Matter What

December 7, 2021

Not everyone in business is courageous enough to stand for what they believe in. You can exclude Julie Allen, Julie Allen CEO of Mary Rose Boutique and Founder of Mary Rose Foundation, from that list. This fierce woman has stood her ground, survived through a pandemic, and is still standing strong. Her business, Mary Rose Boutique, is not only an ethical clothing line but her foundation also helps empower and provide financial help to those with eating disorders and who do not have financial help .

  • Julie shares her entrepreneurial journey.
  • The lessons she learned through building her business while experiencing a pandemic.
  • Understanding the 3 main issues with fashion in general.
  • The criteria for creating clothes that are slow fashion.
  • Putting your values first in your business and working towards a common goal of changing the world through it.
  • Julie talks about the Mary Rose Foundation and the people they help.
  • Sharing her goals for the boutique and foundation.
  • How Julie’s entrepreneurial journey changed her as a person.

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