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Go Where The Funding Is w/ Janel Maitland of Frienedy
Join The Working Woman Entrepreneur Community Working woman entrepreneur Janel Maitland is the CEO and Co-founder of Frienedy, the next generation of social media designed for private group networking. She left a corporate career of 20 years to form a tech company and social media platform around her vision. Launched in April 2015, the Frienedy team is currently finalizing version 2.0 anticipated late spring 2016- and which is fully expected to dominate a new social media niche. In this episode we talk about: Her transition from employee to employer How she got funding for her venture The importance of a safe environment for our kids to socialize online How she makes money off of her site that has absolutely no ads on the front end for users to see The importance of a positive digital footprint for our kids and for ourselves The concept of surrounding yourself with people who lift you up not bring you down Resources: Frienedy Unroll.me Evernote Asana Entrepreneur On Fire Amy Porterfield Brene Brown Ted Talks Daring Greatly The Elegant Entrepreneur Electronic Parenting Contact Info: Freinedy.com Twitter Facebook Join The Working Woman Entrepreneur Community
Episode 59: If You Do Nothing, Nothing Will Happen
JOIN the WW Entrepreneur Mastermind Laura Berg is a working woman entrepreneur and the President of My Smart Hands Inc, a company that teaches Baby Sign Language with over 200 instructors. Her book, The Baby Signing Bible has cemented her status as the go-to authority on Baby Sign Language. Laura also has a very successful YouTube channel with over 36 Million views. She is a professional speaker that shares her entrepreneurial journey with audiences around the world. In This Episode We Talk About: The truth about crickets (?) Email tip-Only open email once. If you're not going to respond or delete it, then don't open it Pivoting in your business when needed Turning a skill into a teachable program for others And So Much More......................... Resources: Lynda.com UnMarketing: Stop Marketing. Start Engaging My Smart Hands Inc. Contact Info: Lauraberginc.com JOIN the WW Entrepreneur Mastermind  
Welcome To The Online Mastermind Community (Bonus Episode 2)
Learn More HERE After interviewing over 50  women I have identified 5 Top commonalities among them: They belong to mastermind groups. They have accountability partners or belong to accountability groups. They are planners and  goal setters with great time management  skills. They are very health conscious (Body Mind and Soul). They all have a group of women that they can talk to about anything, business or family. These  5 elements are being incorporated into the Working Women Entrepreneur Online Mastermind community. I want you to join me! This is a paid community that includes: Weekly mastermind calls via Google Hangouts (in the evening for you 9-5er's) Discussing weekly wins and struggles and helping each other to turn those struggles into wins. "Hot Seats." Putting members on the virtual "hot seats"  where other members will be asking specific questions about their current business or business ideas. Monthly Q and A’s with previous podcast guests and other business experts. Goal setting and sharing as an accountability group. Connecting individuals with others who want separate accountability partners. Weekly fitness challenges. Secret Facebook group.  Issues that come up from our Mastermind meetings. Milestones and goals reached (or not reached). Time Management Tips. Business ideas. Whatever YOU want to discuss Share daily practices with each other and how they have made our lives better. Book Club where we will agree on a book to read and meet as a virtual book club in our Facebook Group. Resource Library Goal setting tools Video recordings of our meetings and Q and A's Mind mapping tutorials MORE LET's JUGGLE IT TOGETHER! Learn More HERE
Get Busy Blogging w/ Rosemarie Groner of The Busy Budgeter
Workingwomanentrepreneur.com/rosemarie Rosemarie Groner is a formerly stressed, overworked and exhausted mom who loves blogging almost as much as she loves brownies. She writes at The Busy Budgeter about how she used the free Ultimate Money Saving Workbook to reduce their spending enough to be able to quit her job, stay home with her kids and then found a way to make up her salary at home. She’s still working on the cure for exhaustion. Current Business: The Busy Budgeter Definition of Success: Freedom to make your own choices. Best Advice: If you want to blog then just do it and invest in training as soon as you can. Secret to Being the Best Mom She Can Be: Getting help from her husband.  Huge Time Saver: Ordering groceries and other household items online. Links: Elite Blog Academy, Pro Blogging Secrets, Peapod, Target App: Good Reads Leave a Review in iTunes Check us out on: Facebook and Twitter
Don't Take It Personally w/ Jenn Scalia
Let's Juggle It Together! WWE Mastermind Jenn Scalia is a working woman entrepreneur, business strategist and visibility coach. She's built her business to over $500,000 / year in under two years. It's a true "reinvention story". She was in corporate America, doing social media and marketing for a company and suddenly found herself completely broke, with two kids, going through divorce. She moved back with her parents for a year so that she could have *some* help and focus on her business. Given that she already had the experience and expertise from her previous job, finding clients was something that came to Jenn naturally. Today, she runs a 500k+ / year business and is on track to make seven figures. Jenn has been featured in Forbes Magazine, Business Insider, The Huffington Post, and more. In This Episode We Talk About: Jenn’s journey from employee to visibility coach What exactly a visibility coach is The importance of storytelling What makes people want to be around her and be her customer The importance of surrounding yourself with people who believe in you How she stands out in loud internet world Resources: The Little Business Book The Grid Diary Word Swag The Alchemist  The Four Agreements Contact Info Jenn Scalia Let's Juggle It Together! WWE Mastermind
Being Conservative on the Front End w/ Jennifer Porter of Satsuma Designs
Working Woman Entrepreneur Jennifer Porter is a working woman entrepreneur and the owner of Satsuma Designs an online store where she sells the cutest baby and kids products. She’s been doing this for the past 7 years and recently opened up a and brick and mortar store in the Seattle Area. In This Episode We Talk About: The importance of having a supportive family, exercising,  and having faith while starting and running your business. How always being open to opportunity is key to your success. Her journey from employee to employer.    Her advice to other women about being conservative on the front end will help you in the end. And more. Links: Pic Monkey Fiverr Mail Chimp Shopify Pinterest Instagram Viral Tag Contact Info: Satsuma Designs Facebook Twitter Working Woman Entrepreneur
Turning Your Hobby Into a Business w/ Eden Hertzog of New Moon Kitchen
Working Woman Entrepreneur Eden Hertzog is a working woman entrepreneur who started her company, New Moon Kitchen, when she was nineteen years old. For eighteen years she has grown it to be a vibrant and abundant company, making healthy cookies for the masses. A proud mother of two, writer, and singer, you will never find her sitting still for too long. In this episode we talk about: How she turned her hobby into a business. The key to her success. The importance of feeding your soul with other activities besides business. How having the right mindset will help you achieve anything you want. Believing in yourself. Resources: Firefly Creative Writing Course Big Magic Book Contact Info: New Moon Kitchen Facebook Twitter  Working Woman Entrepreneur
Being Realistic w/ The Time You Have w/ Laura Roeder of Meet Edgar
Join Our Online Master Mind Community HERE Laura Roeder is the founder of Edgar, a new social media automation tool designed to prevent updates from going to waste. Since 2009, she’s been teaching entrepreneurs how to harness the power of social media marketing and create their own fame at LKR Social Media.Laura was named one of the top 100 entrepreneurs under 35 in 2011, 2013 and 2014 and spoke at the White House about the value of entrepreneurship.Laura has spoken at numerous influential industry conferences including, BlogWorld, The South by Southwest Interactive Conference, Real Estate Connect, The Social Communications Summit and Blogher, discussing online marketing, social media, and personal branding. Laura has been seen on Fox News, Forbes.com, CNET, The Los Angeles Times, Fast Company, Mashable, Yahoo Finance and many more influential publications and media channels. Current Business: Edgar Definition of Success: Being happy about how she is spending her day. Huge Time Saver: Staying focused. Favorite Quote: "How we spend our days is how we spend our lives."-Annie Dillard Books: I'll Drink To That, Blog.meetedgar.com App: Slack, Intercom, Help Scout, Kissmetrics Check us out on:Facebook and Twitter
Honor the Fear and Redirect It w/ Natasha Grey of Conscious Living-Episode 60
Join The WWE Community Natasha Grey is the co-creator of The Conscious Store, the co-host of the Conscious Living podcast with Casey plus Natasha and is a wife and mother.She has a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and extensive education in holistic nutrition. She is passionate about helping people wake up to their life and live a conscious life (a life with purpose and on purpose)! In This Episode We Talk About: What conscious living means Her "Ah Ha" moment that led to her leap from employee to entrepreneur Certified passive housing, health building materials and how she makes money from her house The importance of immersing yourself in people who are "stepping it up" and living more consciously The power of being around people who radiate health Resources: Casey Plus Natasha www.theconsciousstore.com The Conscious Living Podcast The Conscious Builder The Success Principles Awaken the Giant Within Contact Info: www.caseyplusnatasha.com Join The WWE Community
Do It To Win It w/Nellie Akalp of Corpnet.com
Check out our online Mastermind Community HERE Nellie Akalp is a serial entrepreneur, small business advocate, speaker and author.  She is the founder & CEO of CorpNet.com, an online legal document filing service, where she helps entrepreneurs start, grow and maintain a business. Current Business: CorpNet.com Definition of Success:  Something you achieve based on what you put into it. Working towards something significant. The secret to Being the Best Mom She Can Be: Having your priorities straight. Huge Time Saver: Do the things that you're more effective at and enjoy doing and delegate the other things. Apps: Co Tweet, Hootsuite Books: Burnt Toast, Delivering Happiness Contact Info: info@corpnet.com, Facebook, Twitter Check us out on Facebook and Twitter Check out our online Mastermind Community HERE
1 Year Anniversary
Check out our online Mastermind Community HERE Welcome to bonus Episode 4 of the Working Woman Entrepreneur Podcast. My name is Anne Meador the host and creator of the show. This is just a short episode to thank all of you who have listened to the show over the past year and also the wonderful guests that have been on the show. There are a lot of other podcasts out there (more every day), so I am grateful and thankful that you listen to the show. I started the podcast because I loved listening to other Entrepreneur interview style podcasts. Such as Entrepreneur On Fire and The Smart Passive Income. But what I especially loved were the episodes when they interviewed female entrepreneurs who were also Mom’s. You’ve got to agree or at admit that Mom’s running their own businesses definitely have significantly different challenges than those without families. It was time-consuming to find those specific episodes.  I loved hearing about these women who in my mind have it all. They were juggling, their business, their families and their households while taking care of themselves. I was and still am in awe of these women.  If they can do it so can I and so can you. Hence, the tagline “Ladies We Can Have It All.”  So like many other podcasters I decided to make the show that I wanted to listen to so here I am a year and 50 episodes later. As a thank you for listening to the show I want to give away some books that were written by some of my former guests….including a copy of The Miracle Morning…..An amazing book that changed my life.  Just sign up for the community to the right of this post. I will randomly choose the winner by March 4th.  -Alright Ladies Thanks again for listening, have a great day, week, month and year, and keep on Juggling It.   Check out our online Mastermind Community HERE  
8: How To Overcome an Imperfect Boss w/Karin Hurt
Welcome Karin Hurt to the Working Woman Entrepreneur Podcast. Karin is a keynote speaker, leadership consultant, and MBA professor.  She helps leaders improve business results by building deeper trust and connection with their teams. A former Verizon Wireless executive, she has over two decades of experience in sales, marketing, customer service, and human resources. Her award-winning blog, Let’s Grow Leaders, has grown into a highly interactive, international community. Her book, Overcoming An Imperfect Boss is available on Amazon. Additionally, she was recently listed on Inc’s list of 100 Great Leadership Speakers For Your Next Conference.      
No Is Sometimes More Powerful Than Yes w/Katie Blineau of Unearthed Vintage
Check out our online Mastermind Community HERE Katie Blineau is a co-founder of Unearthed Vintage, South Florida’s first and largest vintage rental company, along with her husband, Jovan.  What began as a wedding project in 2011 turned business venture in 2012, is now a highly successful rental company servicing upwards of 400 events a year. The company specializes in vintage furniture, offering its unique collection of rentals to events of all kinds in the South Florida area, and can be found as far as Key West up to Orlando and across both coasts of the sunshine state. When she’s not traveling across the country scouring flea markets for the latest vintage pieces to add to her collection, she and Jovan can be found outdoors chasing around their 7-month-old son, Sawyer, and fur babies Riley and Stella. Current Business: Unearthed Village Definition of Success: Waking  up to do something that I love each and every day. Finding happiness in the smallest victories. The secret to Being the Best Mom She Can Be: Being 100% present in what she's doing at that time.  Business time is business time, and family time is family time. Huge Time Saver: Having a nanny 3 days a week and mother in law 2 days a week to take care of her son. Time Hack: Prioritize work list at the end of each work day so she knows what to do first thing in the morning. Apps: Doc Scan, Dropbox, Baby Connect Contact Info: Unearthed Vintage Facebook and Instagram Check us out on Facebook and Twitter
Best of Episode 4 w, Heather K. Terry of NibMor Chocolate
Heather K. Terry is the founder of NibMor Chocolate, which can be found in thousands of retail locations nationwide. Entrepreneur, yogi, food enthusiast, author and mom, Heather is a health aficionado and an advocate for eating real, simply prepared, organic foods (especially chocolate). Heather is also big on empowering women in business to live their lives while bringing home the (nitrate free) bacon and inspires thousands via her Instagram feed (@heatherkterry) by sharing her entrepreneurial experiences, yoga practice and food choices. She holds an MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and studied chocolate making at The French Culinary Institute of Manhattan. Heather's first book 'From Broadway to Wall Street: Cautionary Tales of an Unlikely Entrepreneur' will hit bookshelves November 2015 (heatherkterry.com). Current Business: NibMor Chocolate Definition of Success: Getting up, getting out there and going whole hog all day. Best Advice: Believe whole hardheartedly that everything you’ve experienced in your life is valid and can be useful in business. Secret to Being The Best Mom She Can Be: Time with her daughter is sacred, nonnegotiable and great fun. She puts boundaries in place and won’t sacrifice them under any circumstance. Time Hack:  When she's feeling unproductive and/or zapped she'll walk away for 10 minutes, do nothing and it recharges her battery so she can get back to work and is more productive. Huge Time Saver: Uses online services such as: Thrive Market, Abe's Market so she doesn't have to go out to stores. Books: From Broadway to Wall Street, The Mystic in the Theater, Letters to a Young Poet, When Things Fall Apart, Anatomy of the Spirit, Dream Work, Mother Daughter Wisdom Apps: Evernote, Margin Calculator Leave a Review in iTunes Check us out on: Facebook and Twitter
Episode 58: Find Your Superhero Sidekick w/Stacy Tuschl
Mastermind Info Working woman entrepreneur Stacy Tuschl is an entrepreneur, author, speaker, and business coach.  In her book "Is Your Business Worth Saving?", she reveals proven strategies for pulling entrepreneurs out of a rut and launching them toward business success. You can check our her top-rated podcast on iTunes, Business Rescue Road Map, where she interviews leading industry experts and shares her real life experiences to help you save your business and rescue your life. In this episode we talk about: Scaling your business The best way to get Virtual Assistants How she started her Dance studio when she was 18 years old The differences between running a brick and mortar biz and an online business The importance of routines Not Doing It All and getting a Super Hero sidekick Resources: Stacytuschl.com Business Rescue Roadmap Dropbox Hootsuite Virtual Freedom  Onlinejobs.ph Is Your Business Worth Saving? (1st Chapter Free) The Life -Changing Magic of Tidying Up Asana If This Then That Contact Info: Stacytuschl.com Mastermind Info
Financial Freedom is Within Your Grasp w/Latisha Styles
Join The Working WomanEntrepreneur CommunityWorking woman entrepreneur LaTisha Styles is a nationallyrecognized millennial personal finance expert and digital marketingprofessional. Through her signature coaching programs, LaTishahelps emerging entrepreneurs establish an online presence to findnew clients. She has been featured in The Economist, quoted inForbes, and mentioned in U.S. News and World Report as a toppersonal finance expert to follow on Twitter.In this episode we talkabout:Her #1 tip to gaining FinancialFreedom.Her advice on how to go aboutleaving your 9-5 job.How she transitioned from employee toemployer.What to do with your 401k whenyou leave your job and start working for yourself fulltime.How she monetizes herbusiness.How she gets more done in less time.Resources:Asana The Power of HabitLatisha.tvLatisha's FreeBoot CampContact Info:LatishaStyles.comJoin The Working WomanEntrepreneur Community 
Profit First w/Gila Kurtz of Dog is Good
Join the WWE Mastermind Gila Kurtz is a Working Woman Entrepreneur and the Founder and Co-Owner of Dog is Good, an award-winning, nationally recognized lifestyle brand for dog lovers.  Renowned for its clever and poignant messaging, the company offers unique gifts, apparel, home décor, and experiences that resonate immediately with dog lovers worldwide.  She is also the author of Fur Covered Wisdom… A Dog Can Change the Way you See the World which quickly became an #1 book in Amazon. In This Episode We Talk About: How she grew her business to 7 figures during a recession Ideas to find what kind of business is right for you Her journey that resulted in her lifestyle brand for dog lovers The importance of coming from a place in the future  Advice about becoming affiliated with associations Dog is Good Exhibitor program Generating profit right out of the gate Resources: Fur Covered Wisdom Dog is Good Profit First Contact Info: gila@dogisgood.com Join the WWE Mastermind
Quitting Your 9-5 Job w/ Kate Erickson of Entrepreneur On FIre
Kate Erickson is a creator, engager and implementer over at EOFire, a 7-day a week podcast that interviews today's most inspiring and successful entrepreneurs. She is also the host of Kate's Take: The Entrepreneur On Fire Audio Blog and author of The Fire Path: A Beginner's Guide to Growing Your Online Business. Kate is passionate about helping entrepreneurs create freedom in their business and life through developing systems and processes that can help their business scale and grow. Current Business: Entrepreneur on Fire Kate has been such an inspiration to me, I consider her one of my virtual mentors. There were so many things I wanted to talk to her about, but when I really thought about it there wasn’t a doubt in my mind what that was. I’ve heard her talk about her “journey” over the years, but she shared a lot of details in a post she wrote on her blog Why job security is BS (and how to leave your 9-5) . This is a topic near and dear to my heart.  I know a lot of the listeners feel the same way and want to figure out how to do it for themselves. Kate's Story Kate was like a lot of us.  Climbing the corporate ladder and then figuring out that letting someone else be the “master of her destiny” was not the way she wanted to live her life. When she became self aware to the fact that being unhappy M-F in order to be happy on the weekend was just crazy. She walks us through her process: Phase I: The Decision Phase II: The Preparation Phase III: The Leap The Escape Plan Everyone’s story is different so we talk about different ways to form and execute a plan to leave your 9-5, which I now refer to as the "Escape Plan." Internal/External Influences We also talk about how she dealt with friends and family who didn’t understand entrepreneurship. That negative inner voice that some of us suffer from a.k.a "The Impostor Syndrome" (who am I to do this). You Do you agree that job security is BS? What's holding you back? Are you ready to put down on paper your “Escape Plan?” Resources: The Freedom Journal SMART Goals Meetup.com Linkedin WWE Online Mastermind Community Podcasters' Paradise Kickstarter Kate's Take The Fire Path: A Beginner's Guide to Growing Your Online Business Pencils of Promise Contact Info: http://www.eofire.com/contact/ Check us out on: Facebook and Twitter                          
Embrace Uncertainty w/Lisa Vogt of Ever Better U
http://www.workingwomanentrepreneur.com/lisav Lisa Vogt is a serial entrepreneur who enjoys the challenge and creativity of building companies and communities that make a difference. Lisa lives in the D.C. area with her husband and wonderful teenage son. She is a breast cancer warrior who is grateful for the support of her family, friends,and incredible medical professionals who have helped her along the way. Lisa founded the Ever Better community to share resources and ideas for continuous improvement. Check out the Ever Better podcast and community at EverBetterU.com. Current Business: EverBetterU.com Definition of Success: Achieving a good balance in her life with family, friends, business and the communities she’s involved with while contributing to making the world a better place. Best Advice: Take time to carefully research what your endeavor is. Secret to Being the Best Mom She Can Be: Tries to listen to her son and what’s important to him. Spends time with him and tries to understand his perspective so she can be there for him.  Huge Time Saver: Hiring a house cleaner, meal planning and preparation on the weekend for the following week. Book: The Boys in the Boat, Big Magic, Resilience App: Podcasts Other Links: Pilates Reformer Leave a Review in iTunes Check us out on: Facebook and Twitter
Best of Epiosode 2 w/ Kelly McNelis of New Leaf Wellness
http://www.wwentrepreneur.com/bestkelly Kelly McNelis is a psychologist who quit her day job to become a full-time blogger.  On her blog, NewLeafWellness.biz, Kelly writes about crockpot recipes and freezer meals. She also has four eCookbooks.  Kelly has three young daughters and is currently expecting a baby boy. Current Business: New Leaf  Wellness Definition of Success:  Having a family business that generates a full-time income. Best Advice: Start collecting email addresses immediately and send out a newsletter to your community.  Sending out a newsletter is more important than writing that next blog post. Secret to Being The Best Mom She Can Be: Being a Mom, Wife and Homemaker comes first. Time Saver: Freezer crockpot meals. Delegated Household Task: Grocery Shopping Online. Recommended Books: Launch, The 4-Hour Workweek Recommended Apps: Cozi Other Links: Her viral blog post  Contact Information: New Leaf Wellness Leave a Review in iTunes Check us out on: Facebook and Twitter http://www.wwentrepreneur.com/bestkelly
Episode 55: Don't Expect Perfect w/ Deborah Sweeney of My Corporation
Working Woman Entrepreneur Deborah Sweeney is a Working Woman Entrepreneur and the CEO of MyCorporation.com.  With her experience in the fields of corporate and intellectual property law, Deborah has evolved from lawyer to business owner.  She acquired MyCorporation.com from Intuit in 2009 and is passionate about the start-up and entrepreneurial industry. MyCorporation has been involved in the formation of hundreds of thousands of businesses throughout the US and Canada, giving Deborah a strong understanding of the landscape of small business. Ms. Sweeney received her JD & MBA degrees from Pepperdine University. She is active in the community and loves working with students and aspiring entrepreneurs.  She serves on the Board of Regents at California Lutheran University and is a founding member of Partners of Pepperdine.  Deborah has served as an adjunct professor at the University of West Los Angeles and San Fernando School of Law in the areas of corporate and intellectual property law. Ms. Sweeney is also well-recognized for her written work online as a contributing writer with top business and entrepreneurial sites such as Forbes, American Express, Business.com, and Business Insider. In her ‘free’ time, Deborah enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons, Benjamin (11) and Christopher (9).  Deborah believes in the importance of family and credits the entrepreneurial business model for giving her the flexibility to enjoy both a career and motherhood. In this episode we talk about: The importance of keeping your employees happy. Her Family Motto. "You can either have a boss or be the boss." The steps you should take to make your jump to successful entrepreneurship. The importance of surrounding yourself with people who lift you up. How she finds time to take care of herself. And more..................... Resources: Omvana (Meditation) Contact Info: My Corporation Email Working Woman Entrepreneur
A Plan For Success w/ Ruth Soukup of Living Well Spending Less
WorkingWomanEntrepreneur.com Ruth Soukup is a blogger, author, and entrepreneur, as well as the New York Times bestselling author of Living Well Spending Less: 12 Secrets of the Good Life and the founder of the Living Well Planner™. Through her popular blog, LivingwellSpendingLess.com, she encourages more than a million monthly readers to follow their dreams and reach their goals, sharing easy-to-implement tips and strategies for saving time and money while focusing on the things that matter most. She lives in Florida with her husband Chuck and two daughters, Maggie and Annie. In this episode we talk about: Figuring out how to focus on the things that have the greatest impact, let the other things go and not feel guilty. Her blogging journey. Monetizing your platform. Elite Blog Academy Why she wrote her first book. Advice to women who are thinking about taking the LEAP into entrepreneurship. How she learned more from her mistakes than from her successes. Using your  time wisely And more..................... Resources: Asana The One Thing Presence ProBlogger Contact Info: Living Well Spending Less Elite Blog Academy WorkingWomanEntrepreneur.com  
Episode 68: TTFN w/ Anne Meador of Working Woman Entrepreneur
Working Woman Entrepreneur If you listened to this episode you know that I've decided to put the podcast on the back burner so to speak while I focus on other business activities. I was planning on quitting my 9-5 job and start working for myself on August 12, 2016, but did not meet my deadline. My new deadline is August 12, 2017. I want to share the main reasons I failed in order to help others who may be working on a similar goal. The 3 Main Reasons Why I Believe I Failed Not being realistic with my time.  Not focusing on money making activities. Not saving enough money in order to have a sufficient “runway” after I left my 9-5 job.  11 Great Pieces of Advice  shared by previous guests (these are just some) Be realistic with your time. Episode 47 Be present in the moment. Make time for yourself and your friends. Schedule everything you want to achieve in your calendar.  The only way you fail is to give up. Episode 65 Don’t take things personally. Episode 63 Profit first. Episode 62 Don’t expect perfect. Episode 55 Wherever there is a problem there is opportunity. Episode 46 Don’t sell what you want to sell. Sell what your customer wants to buy.   1 Great Piece of Advice I Want To Share With You DON'T COMPROMISE YOUR SLEEP FOR ANY REASON! Resources: Sleep Smarter-Shawn Stevenson The Sleep Revolution-Arianna Huffington  KEEP On Jugging It! Working Woman Entrepreneur  
 Attract Wealth By Seeing It In Your Mind w/Kathy Fetke of Real Wealth Network
Join Our Mastermind Group Kathy Fettke is passionate about helping people create real wealth — which she defines as having the freedom and the money to live life on your own terms. She is the CEO and Co-Founder of Real Wealth Network, a California-based real estate investment group with over 16,000 members. She specializes in helping people create passive monthly cash flow by investing in income-producing assets like real estate. In This Episode We Talk About: Real Estate Investing Her husband's winning battle with cancer Breathing exercises to connect heart and mind How to attract wealth The importance of hiring people who are better than you Resources: Real Wealth Network Real Wealth Show Podcast Base Camp The Science of Getting Rich Retire Rich With Rentals Contact Info Kathy@realwealthnetwork.com Join Our Mastermind Group
Your Exit Plan w/ Zahrina Robertson
Join the WWE Community For Working Woman Zahrina Robertson taking photos is deeply personal. From the moment she picked up a camera as a child, exploring the beauty and simplicity of the world around her, she was hooked. Born into a home where cameras had pride of place, Zahrina took up photography as not only a way to make a living but as her way of making a difference in people’s lives. Inspired by her father, who was an amateur photographer, she was in awe of his ability to take every day things and transform them. Fast-forward to now, and her passion for photography and connecting with others is what sets her apart. For Zahrina, photography is not a job; it is an extension of her psyche and her heart. It gives back and feeds her soul by allowing her to tap into her creativity. Her gift behind the lens, coupled with her passion for personal branding, sees her create photos that have people going ‘WOW’ In This Episode We Talk About: Those 4 little letters DO IT! Putting your exit plan together The importance of getting a coach Getting a running start while you're still in your 9-5 The connection between branding and Archetypes Zenning out on a Saturday with Asanga Yoga Resources: Zahrinaphotography.com Tiny Calendar Asanga Yoga Contact Info Zahrina Robertson Got Mastermind?
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