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Updated January 2020
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Dr. Cortney Baker is an award-winning CEO and author of Unlimited: Conquering the Myth of the Glass Ceiling, a book dedicated to educate, inspire, and empower female entrepreneurs. Now she's bringing the same information to her podcast... Women in Business: Inspirational Stories of Women Entrepreneurs. By highlighting female entrepreneurs who have built successful companies on their own terms, the show empowers the next generation, Millennial women, to close the gender gap in leadership thro ...
 
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Is there anything worse than running your business for almost two years and hearing that someone else has registered the exact same business name as yours? This happened to one of my clients, and she is, unfortunately, not alone. But examples like this just go to show you why it’s essential that you start your business the right way - the legal way…
 
When women live in their truth and share their stories through business, success happens. Connection happens when you share; your audience will feel like they know you and this connection definitely helps your business grow. Eleanor Beaton is here to talk about using your story to fuel your business. Eleanor started sharing her personal story when …
 
When your business is in making people happy, you know you’re living the good life. Adina Reyter creates beautiful, affordable, high-quality jewelry for the modern woman - even Meghan Markle wears her designs - and it all started with a vision for designing something Adina wanted to wear herself. Adina studied advertising in college and quickly got…
 
Scaling your business and building it to the next level doesn’t have to be a scary, daunting endeavor you keep putting off because you don’t know what to do. In fact, as long as you establish a solid foundation and framework, scaling your company couldn’t be easier. Scaling your business isn’t about hiring a full team of employees all at once, in f…
 
Heading into the new year, we need to think about not just the health of our business, but our body’s health, as well. As entrepreneurs, we’re more likely to prioritize our business and family over our own health, but this will be detrimental in the long run! Christine Hronec is the founder of Gauge Girl Training, LLC and she joins me to talk about…
 
With women-owned businesses projecting substantial growth in 2020, there is no better time to start your own business! If you’ve been putting it off, if you think you can’t do it, or if you’re just scared: listen to me. You really can start your own business! In this episode, I’m setting the record straight on what it actually takes to start your o…
 
LinkedIn is one of the best, but most underutilized social media platforms for business out there. Many coaches recommend building your platform where your audience hangs out, which is great advice, but if you’re not also creating new connections on LinkedIn, you’re seriously missing out on a huge part of your network. Louise Brogan, the host of Th…
 
Entrepreneurship is about embracing the highs and lows and everything in between. Successful entrepreneurs learn to ride this wave by putting systems and tactics in place to deal with the low points. Gabrielle Chipeur joins me to talk about how she built a successful marketing automation and graphic design business, despite the rocky road. Gabriell…
 
Balancing motherhood and your own business can be a challenge, but wouldn’t it be great if you didn’t have to? Katie Fleming joins me to talk about how she successfully navigates all her roles and teaches other moms to do the same thing. Katie is the host of the Ambitious Motherhood Podcast and she helps moms reach 6 figures in their businesses. Ka…
 
You are never too old to seize hold of the opportunity to start your own business if that’s what you feel called to do. Age is just a number and I guarantee you’ll find your clients no matter what your number is. Honor Garrett joins me to talk about how she started her life and health coaching business in her fifties. Honor explains that every new …
 
The worst things that happen in your life, hitting rock bottom and failing businesses don’t have to be the end of it. Many entrepreneurs use these moments as learning points and inspiration on how to prepare and reinvent themselves and their new businesses. Stefanie Gass is here to talk about how she built her business helping Christian moms create…
 
Gender equality in the workplace is over 100 years from being our everyday reality. These statistics are shocking. They’re one of the reasons I encourage and help women to start their own business now, instead of wasting decades of their lives working for companies that don’t value them as employees. I truly believe that if you have the desire to s…
 
The most important thing you can do for your reputation is to put yourself out there and start creating one. That’s something that Keri Murphy has learned through her years in both video and entrepreneurship. Her conclusion is simply that you can’t wait to put your business out there. Keri started acting in front of the camera when she was just a c…
 
Today we discuss about the method I created to achieving your goals, and that's the DAMM method! With this method, you'll be able to big, long-term goals and create smaller short-term goals to achieve in a timely manner. I hope you find this helpful and implement DAMM into your life! Links Find Dr. Cortney Baker Online Follow Dr. Cortney Baker on F…
 
When you’re stuck in a life that doesn’t feel fulfilling, you might be living outside your true purpose. But creating your own purpose-driven life and career is not outside your grasp. If Jessie Harris Bouton can actualize her dream career from professional drag racer to a successful life and business coach, so can you. Having lost her father at ag…
 
Whether we want them to or not, recessions are inevitable in our economy. As successful business owners, keeping our business profitable and trading can be a real endeavor during a recession. But I’ve put together five of my best tips for making sure your business is recession-proof based on my own experience from the last 2007/2008 recession and p…
 
If you’re a business owner who doesn’t have a background in finance, looking at your numbers causes you to break out in a cold sweat, or you just don’t have the time to dedicate to your bookkeeping, you should consider outsourcing it. Danielle Hayden joins me to talk about how she helps female entrepreneurs make sense of their numbers and plan for …
 
Sitting there thinking about your business one day existing isn’t going to make it happen. You need to get out of your own head and start doing, otherwise, how are you ever going to succeed in business? And whatever you do, don’t listen to that mean little voice who exists in your head. Trust me, she just wants to see you hold yourself back. The sa…
 
It’s possible to create the life of your dreams. It takes a vision, the right attitude, and showing up consistently. That’s how Elizabeth Hartke has created the life she never even knew she wanted, helping other entrepreneurs scale their businesses to 7 figures while living on a farm with her beautiful, growing family. Elizabeth realized early in h…
 
Starting a business doesn’t have to be nearly as difficult as the internet makes it out to be. With the thousands of people searching Google for this every single day, you’d think someone would put together a simple step by step guide to starting your own business. Well, that someone did - me! In this episode of Women in Business, I’m giving you th…
 
Entrepreneurship often starts with a vision of what you want to create, but that doesn’t have to hold you back from growing and expanding your mission. Danyel Surrency Jones may have started in a corporate career, but when her husband approached with an innovative sports technology idea, she took the leap into entrepreneurship. Now, alongside POWER…
 
It doesn’t matter how popular you are, you have to be profitable to be successful. Creating a successful business is more than just making a podcast or deciding to become a blogger. At the end of whatever marketing and content strategies you put out there, you need to have something that your audience wants to buy. I’m not saying you shouldn’t crea…
 
Do you know your business numbers? Studies have shown that women are more likely to be involved in the decision process, yes even in their own business, when they understand what’s going on financially. Geraldine Carter is here to talk about what you need to know when it comes to your business finances. Geraldine is a business coach for CPAs who ar…
 
I’ve been in business for 16 years! In that time, I have learned so many valuable lessons that I’m sharing with you today so that you don’t have to wait 16 years to figure them out on your own. First of all, yes this episode is about the 10 lessons I’ve learned in 16 years of business, but I’m splitting it up into two episodes. In this episode, I’m…
 
Trading in a stable job with a very secure income for a life of uncertainty can be a totally daunting experience. But that’s just what Kashlee Kucheran did when she ditched her high earning real estate career to become a travel blogger. She knew she couldn’t do both successfully, so she went “all in” on her new role. Kashlee is a travel blogger at …
 
So you’ve decided to quit your job, congratulations! Whether you’re starting your own business or transitioning to a new role somewhere else, there are some guidelines you should follow. In this episode, I’m talking about the ten things I think you should know and do when you’re quitting your job. Whether you love your job or you hate it so much yo…
 
Writing copy that makes your audience, and your client’s audience, take notice could be the difference between making your bills and, well, not. Laura Belgray joins me to talk about how she built her copywriting business from the ground up, almost accidentally, and what things she wished she’d prioritized when she was starting out. Laura is an awar…
 
The formula for a successful company is good leadership coupled with sound financial decisions… Are you ready to turn your business into a thriving successful business? When it comes to a business, having someone in a position of leadership isn’t always an indicator that it’s going to be successful. If that leader does not foster a sense of communi…
 
Tenacity, determination, and taking advice from women who have been there before you all contribute to your business and career success. Freelance news anchor and journalist, personal trainer, mentor, and entrepreneur Jenny Anchondo joins me to talk about her personal journey through an eating disorder to working for national television networks. J…
 
Entrepreneurs are more likely than any other demographic to experience loneliness, depression, and other mental health issues. I’m here today to tell you that if you’ve felt like this, you’re not alone. I’ve also experienced my fair share of depression during my entrepreneurial rollercoaster. We’ve all been there; when we’re working behind a screen…
 
What do you do when you’ve just started your business and then experience a tragedy in your life? You have two choices: let the tragedy consume your every waking thought or let your business save you. For Katie DePaola, she chose her business over and over again to help her cope with the death of her brother. Katie is the founder of the Inner Glow …
 
Every business owner needs to learn the value of a cold pitch - and above that, how and who to deliver your cold pitches to. Once you have this practice down, business opportunities will really start opening up to you. But if there’s one thing so many women in business are hesitant about: it’s the cold pitch. But you just need to get over it. That …
 
Balancing your new business with your existing relationship shouldn't be hard... but sometimes it is. You need to focus on not only building your business but also maintaining love and respect at home. Anna Osborn joins me to talk about how you nurture your relationship alongside your business, so nothing is neglected. Anna is a family and relation…
 
Setting boundaries is important for every aspect of your life, including, and maybe especially, your new business. In fact, it’s so essential for your business, that I’d go as far as to say there are five business non-negotiables to protect your sanity! I’m speaking from personal experience in this episode. Every single one of these non-negotiables…
 
Every year, more and more American women are starting their own businesses. But did you know that 80% of these women will give up after only a few years? I’m here with Racheal Cook to talk about the nitty-gritty of running businesses. After completing her MBA, Racheal went on to work in the corporate world. She was earning good money but had no lif…
 
Taking the leap and starting your own business is a daunting endeavor no matter what your age. But Jenna Irvin started living her dream in her early twenties when she became obsessed with the idea of barre exercise classes. She’s only been in business for a year, but she’s making leaps in both barre and coaching. Jenna’s interest in barre started a…
 
You are capable of starting anything you want to, sometimes you just need a little push. That push can be from a mentor, friend, advisor, or, well, anyone really! As today’s guest, Valerie Rocio Campbell asks, what’s the worst that can happen? It’s been one year since Valerie quit her full-time job to start her own business. Fast forward to today, …
 
Leaving your 9-5 job can be a stressful experience, especially when you actually really like it! But when you have the support of an online community, such as my Facebook group, From Side Hustle to CEO, the journey is a lot easier. Jade Buford, a graphic designer, and photographer knew she wanted to make the transition to self-employment and felt t…
 
It’s time for women to embrace and transition into a healthy, positive money mindset; but many of us don’t know where to start. Seeking out financial experts and reading books is a great way to start. And then there are coaches like Tess Wicks who will shatter all your money beliefs wide open. Tess is a qualified actuary, that’s someone who works l…
 
If you’re thinking about hiring your first employee, this episode of Women in Business is for you! The most important thing you need to know when you’re getting ready for your first hire is that you shouldn’t hire someone just because you’re busy. You don’t want to hire someone who ends up watching you be busy all day. So what do you need to do bef…
 
Being a successful entrepreneur takes knowledge, incredible interpersonal skills, and the ability to balance many different aspects of your life. If you’re not willing to take the hard days with the good days, guest Lindsay Nahmiache thinks starting your own business might not be for you. Lindsay started Jive PR + Digital 10 years ago, after a chil…
 
If you ask any business owner what one of the hardest parts of starting was, you’re going to get the same answer: determining what they’ll charge. When you’re a service-based business, rather than a product-based one, there are so many different elements you need to keep in mind when figuring out your bottom line. Of course, once you figure out you…
 
Through hard work, dedication, passion, and happiness, you can create a small empire that supports and lifts you up! It’s totally possible, even if it might seem out of your grasp right now. But that’s just what my guest, CEO of Classy Career Girl Anna Runyon, has done. When Anna left college, she started with the first job that came along, but aft…
 
Entrepreneurs make mistakes, it’s how they learn and grow their business. But there are some mistakes that almost every single business owner makes at the beginning that they don’t have to! This episode is about what those mistakes are and how you can fix them - sometimes even before you make them! Do you know why it’s so important for you to have …
 
Creating a group course is an incredible way to add revenue to your bottom line, reach more clients, and build your brand reputation. Our guest, Jessica Terzakis of Terzakis and Associates, works with brands and small businesses to help them create group courses that complement their 1:1 coaching. Jessica left her job as a teacher after an inspirin…
 
The entrepreneurial spirit is multi-faceted with lots of different components - some innate, some learned. But topping it all is mindset because when you approach business with the right frame of mind, anything can happen. However, not everyone has what it takes to start their own business. There are five major components to the entrepreneurial spi…
 
Having those sales conversations are a vital part of owning a business. And while some people absolutely love having them, others are less enthusiastic about the thought of having those important talks. Nikki Rausch, The Sales Maven, is an absolute marvel who is sharing so many sales secrets with us today. Nikki uses her Neuro-Linguistic Programmin…
 
Do you have what it takes to start your own business? If you know that it’s not going to be smooth sailing, martinis at noon, totally glamorous, and always fun, you’re at least thinking you know what you’re in for. In this episode of Women in Business, I’m telling you the truth about the side hustle. Just like having kids, there is never a perfect …
 
Pivoting your business until you create something that makes your heart sing is essential to your well-being. Being able to sit back with satisfaction and think, “I made this,” is one of the best feelings in the world. Today’s guest, Taylor Lou Dixon, shares her journey from a young social media manager to an inspiring women’s business coach. Fresh…
 
Anyone can start a business, but it takes planning, preparation, and dedication to succeed in it. That’s where your business plan comes in. A business plan is a vital, living document that will give you the structure of your business. Today on Women in Business, I’m explaining what the role of a business plan is. Why you should have one and what el…
 
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