In this episode, I’m chatting with Kate Boyd about how to mobilize your community into becoming clients. We talk about what a successful launch of a program, product or service looks like, how you should plan and prepare for one, as well as how to do it all with a servant’s heart.
Today’s episode is about re-defining self-care and what it means to YOU. There’s this misconception about what self-care really is. What usually comes up is the idea of indulging in luxurious baths, doing a peaceful meditation or getting your nails done. And if you’re someone, like me, who doesn’t always feel recharged from these types of commonly known self-care activities, it can feel like you’ve failed before you even started. So in this episode, I’m on a mission to help you be more intentional with the ways you prioritize yourself and begin looking at self-care in a new light.
In this episode, I’m interviewing Katie Proctor all about influencer marketing, what it is, and how you can implement it, whether you identify as an influencer or a brand, we look at both sides and how you can use this method of marketing to elevate your existing business.
In this episode I’m getting real and raw with a fear of mine that I’ve been battling since childhood. I’m sharing the dark details around how it’s affected my business, but more importantly what I’m doing today to face this fear and befriend it.
In this episode I’m chatting with Beth Brombosz, a copywriter and book coach, about how to simplify the self-publishing process. If you’ve ever thought about writing a book, now’s the time to take it off the ‘someday’ pile. Beth shares how simple the process can be, and how becoming an author can boost your authority + attract new leads for your business almost immediately.
In this episode, I’m diving into the small detailed process as it relates to crafting a killer client experience and the different ways you can love your clients well so they keep coming back or continue sending referrals — spoiler alert: this is not just about giving gifts! This is about exceeding expectations and doing it in a way that feels good to you.
Today I’m sitting down with Katherine Forbes, the founder of Designing the Row. Katherine has been working in the music industry for many years and has a lot to share on what entrepreneurs can learn from musicians. So in today’s episode we’re taking a page out of a musician’s playbook when it comes to mastering confidence, building an audience, launching + longevity!
In this episode, I’m talking about WHY intentionality can be a highly marketable skill and one that you definitely want to adopt and strengthen each day, especially if you are just starting out or trying to take your business to the next level. In either of these stages we’re faced with challenges that have several different solutions, so I’m sharing a few questions you can ask yourself to help you choose the right one.
In today's episode, I'm chatting with Kelsey Chapman about a recent realization of hers that led to a pivot in her business. We talk about the stark contrast between identifying as a thought leader vs. a manager and why playing to your strengths and allowing others to support your weaknesses is key to success.
In this episode of the newly renamed Ideas With Intention podcast, I’m sharing the inside scoop behind the name change plus why it’s important to allow ourselves the opportunity to evolve as entrepreneurs + let go our grip sometimes on original ideas or plans… because the first draft is rarely the final draft!
In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with Laura Johnson, the founder of You & Yours Distilling Co to talk about perseverance, going after a dream or passion with the utmost conviction and how to make your mark in a male-dominated or other industry.
In this episode, I’m sharing my biggest takeaways from my first speaking gig this summer in Brooklyn NY, the importance of IRL in an online world + how you can bring more face-to-face connection into your business.
In this episode, I’m interviewing one of my past mentors, Erika Sheffer Auckland. Together we talk about what it means to work smarter, not harder, how to rise above the noise in the online entrepreneurial space by un-complicating business & what it truly means to adopt a CEO mindset.
In today’s episode we’re talking about what to do when you’re feeling creatively tapped out and unable to pump out new content or ideas — it happens to the best of us! I’m giving you a behind-the-scenes look into how I handle this and specifically 5 of my go-to’s that you can borrow to connect back to your creativity when the well runs dry.
In today’s episode, I’m literally sitting down with my good friend Jacqueline Yvette. We recorded this episode in person to talk about how to rid comparison for good, why what you do doesn’t need to be as unique as who you are + how Jacquie and I, two business strategists who offer very similar services, are teaming up on a new project to prove that collaboration over competition exists and can absolutely be done.
In today’s episode I’m sharing 3 impactful marketing strategies that I believe are either overlooked or seriously under-utilized. Marketing is a muscle you have to work every day as an entrepreneur because it’s not enough to have a great idea or product or service offering. You’ve got to get eyeballs on it! And so today we’re talking about how to expand your reach without spreading yourself thin.
Today I'm speaking with the amazing Alexis Teichmiller who is possibly one of the most genuine human beings you'll ever meet. Together we dive into a conversation about what it really means to 'serve' as an entrepreneur. We hit this topic from a few different angles including how to become a better problem solver for your clients, connecting with your online audience in an authentic way, and how to approach partnerships & collaborations in business.
Today's episode takes a slightly different form than our usual interviews on the show. Since both Nicole and I have our own podcasts, we decided to do a swap and interview each other. So you'll hear both sides of our entrepreneurial story as well as our deeper discussion on leveraging your local community to grow and scale your business.
Today I'm celebrating one year of full-time entrepreneurship! It's been one rollercoaster of a ride but I wouldn't have it any other way. In today's episode I'm bringing you 10 lessons I've learned in the past year that I hope will help you better navigate your journey.
In this episode I’m sitting down with my friend Elana to talk about something that we tend to overcomplicate in the entrepreneurial space, and that’s social media. Today’s conversation is all about stripping down the strategy and tuning into what’s always been at the core of every platform — the opportunity to make genuine connections and real relationships that can fuel your business in ways you may have not even thought of.
Today I'm digging into some behind-the-scenes business strategy as I share all about what I consider to be the 6 P's of Profitable Ideas. If you've got an idea brewing deep within your soul and you're hoping to profit from it, this episode is for you!
This is our first time having two guests on the show and I’m so excited to introduce you to the amazing duo behind Wild Hearts Co., Lindsey & Lauren. Today we’re diving deep into some real talk about dream chasing and why you should never do it alone, the power of partnerships, and why building community doesn’t have to be complicated.
Today's high performance hack offers up a little twist on how to schedule your week. Listen in for the #1 thing you should be scheduling into your calendar before adding anything else — trust me, you'll thank me later!
Today I'm excited to feature one of my past clients, Leah Kirpalani who is a total wellness wizard and clean beauty boss. Together we dive into a conversation about why "Healthy Living Doesn't Have to be Hard", and how the modern day entrepreneur can improve her wellbeing without adding anything else to her plate.
In this episode I’m sharing 10 tips for living the double life, AKA employee by day / entrepreneur by night. If you're currently balancing your day job with your day dream OR thinking about doing so, this episode is for YOU!
Today I’m hanging out with my friend Madison Hedlund talking all about the importance of doing the inner work before exploring the outer external strategies for your business. We also chat about what it means to own (and share!) your story and how to set boundaries that allow you to come alive to your best.