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Shelf Help

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Shelf Help

Nicole Kavanaugh

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Parenting is tough these days; it can feel even harder when you're doing it alone. That's why we're here - this is Shelf Help, where Montessori and parenting meet. Join Nicole Kavanaugh, Amy Dorsch, and friends to chat about Montessori, kids, mom life, and all the joy in between.
 
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Hot Mamas

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Hot Mamas

Conversations with working moms trying to keep their cool on a heating planet

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Let's be real. Being a working mama is pretty damn hard. Add fighting for the survival of the planet in the middle of a climate crisis, and it just got that much harder. On this podcast, working climate mama and host Sarah Spengeman interviews the mothers who are out front, taking on powerful fossil fuel interests by day while trying not to drown in the laundry that never seems to stop at night. Grab a glass of wine or cup of tea and hear from hot mamas across the country who share their ver ...
 
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FastTrack Your Fashion Brand Podcast

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FastTrack Your Fashion Brand Podcast

Nicole Di Rocco : Fashion CEO, Teacher, Mentor and Speaker

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Are you ready to launch a Clothing Line? or Scale your Fashion Brand? Get ready to FastTrack your business with the latest strategies, mentoring advice and inspiration from industry experts and Fashion CEOs. FastTrack Your Fashion Brand Podcast with Nicole Di Rocco will inspire you to take action with the goal to work smarter not harder! This podcast is for any fashion entrepreneur that wants to create a sample, sell to big box retailers, master social media for their brand, to seeing their ...
 
The Listen to Your Body Podcast is all about helping women who lift weights get stronger, fuel themselves (without counting every bite of food), perform better in and out of the gym, and take up space. Strength coach, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Steph Gaudreau shares how lifting weights is a catalyst for a more expansive life and how to challenge the status quo around nutrition and fitness. This weekly show brings you discussion about building ...
 
A podcast for people looking to feel a bit braver about their work life. Bum jobs. Stuck. Skint. Adventures in freelancing. Took a lead role. Joined a start up. And now... I’m starting over. I'd ridden pretty high on the creative career rollercoaster. At times it was exhilarating (and occasionally it was terrifying.) It takes stamina, guts and more than a smattering of resilience. Don’t panic, this isn’t another podcast telling you to hustle harder. I’ve been there and got the burnout badge ...
 
How do we inject more health, humor and fun into our daily lives, even when things get messy? That’s the question driving award-winning journalist and podcaster Shelby Stanger as she interviews health, science and wellness experts as well as entrepreneurs, authors, artists and comedians. From breath work and diet, to brain training, physical outdoor challenges, and increasing our humor muscles, Shelby tests out her guest’s prescriptions, offering how a little Vitamin Joy is more of the medic ...
 
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Every business owner has to deal with forces beyond their control. But handling what you can control is usually enough to guarantee that you can navigate whatever happens. That’s the basic premise of Great by Choice, Jim Collins’ study of businesses that thrive in unpredictable, even hostile conditions. Researched like a thorough work of academia, …
 
Fantasy is a big part of every bedroom in America, regardless if you're a swinger or not. Couples have been dressing up & pretending they're everything from the preachers daughter to a college professor since the beginning of time...yet lots of us never get into the practice. Curious? So are we! So we invited hotwife/cuckold couple powerhouse Jack …
 
Which software is best? Whether it’s for web design, CRM, payment processing, fulfillment — you name it — every new business eventually runs into the question above. And yes, you can sift through company websites, review forums, and more as you search for The One. But listen to this episode first! Today, we’re not reviewing software. Instead, we of…
 
One of the biggest reasons for unsubscribes: too many emails. Of course, one of the biggest reasons for slow sales is not enough emails. So how many is enough? What’s the Goldilocks Zone for email frequency? Healthy open and click rates are the key to online marketing. Even in the age of social, email is still the highest-converting way to reach ou…
 
The written word: it’s still your most powerful tool for creating online traffic. But sometimes, you have to stimulate that traffic by getting your thoughts onto someone else’s site. The question is, why would anyone let you? Guest posting was huge for our business in its early days. By posting on more popular sites, Omar was able to build a founda…
 
How likely are you to try something completely new when it comes to movement? Trying something new can be scary, but the benefits you get from incorporating movement into your daily routine and trying new things may surprise you. Click play to listen right on this page, no app needed: Or, listen on your favorite app: iTunes (Apple Podcasts) | Spoti…
 
How likely are you to try something completely new when it comes to movement? Trying something new can be scary, but the benefits you get from incorporating movement into your daily routine and trying new things may surprise you. Key Takeaways If You Are Ready To Start Moving More, You Should: Look around you to see what new movement practices you …
 
In business, you have to play the hand you’re dealt. In the age of COVID, that means moving traditionally IRL activities online. Sometimes that works out. Sometimes…not as much. Following up on our episode about why we chose to hold a virtual retreat, today we discuss the results. Our online “retreat week” just ended, and we learned a few things. S…
 
Think of yourself as a coach, and watch your team win. Too many team leaders act as “managers.” But think about how we use that term outside of business. We “manage” problems, difficulties. Our employees are neither. Instead, our employees are investments — and they can only deliver returns when we bring out the best in them. Ruchira Chaudhary is a…
 
Apple knows what they’re doing. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, the world’s leading tech company has a unique ability to excite their own market. Each year, Apple’s fall announcement of new products and updates causes a stir — and offers incredibly valuable lessons for entrepreneurs. Today, we share 4 of those lessons. Apple events are worth watching for any…
 
Marketing isn’t just about what brings customers to your door. It’s what brings customers together that counts. When your business model includes some element of a movement, you do better than creating leads and sales. You create a sense of community that drives long-term brand loyalty, and full-blown evangelism for your brand. In other words, your…
 
What’s a symbol worth? When you start a business, you start lean. That means making careful choices about where to spend your marketing dollars. When it comes to branding, how important is the company logo? How much is really worth investing when you have plenty of other costs? It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’ve got a listener with a brand-new business …
 
Sleep can be a touchy subject. While everyone needs sleep in order to function properly, it is especially important for those of us who are more physically active. Not only does sleep help in the recovery process, but it also has many additional benefits. If you want to get more restful sleep, this episode is filled with tips so that you can get th…
 
Sleep can be a touchy subject. While everyone needs sleep in order to function properly, it is especially important for those of us who are more physically active. Not only does sleep help in the recovery process, but it also has many additional benefits. If you want to get more restful sleep, this episode is filled with tips so that you can get th…
 
Peloton is one of the most successful fitness business models ever. How did they pull it off? Exercise equipment comes and goes. Most of the time, companies that sell in-home workout machines have terrible churn, as New Years’ resolutions become next year’s regrets and laundry starts to pile up on the treadmill. What makes Peloton different? Peloto…
 
Hi [First Name], Do your cold emails…work? Most people’s don’t. That’s because writing cold emails is different from any other kind of copywriting. If you want results, you have to craft emails in a way that strikes the right tone — and doesn’t come off as a phony attempt to be personal. Fortunately, we have an expert on that. Laura Lopuch is a cop…
 
In any ethically non-monogamous situation, inevitably we're going to encounter a wave of emotion leftover from the decades we've all been conditioned for monogamous behavior. Be it religion or family dynamics, living an ethically non-monogamous life often runs counter to our upbringing. That emotional wave can rapidly turn to panic and it's incumbe…
 
Take a cue from the tortoise. Slow & steady is the way forward. Entrepreneurship is not a sprint; it’s a marathon. In fact, it’s not even a race — it’s a lifestyle! And slower growth is the most stable kind of growth. Instead of fretting that you’re not an overnight (or over-week, or over-year) success, take a breath, and realize that’s probably a …
 
As anyone in business can tell you, all tragedies contain opportunities. Today, we discuss how in certain situations, it’s never been easier to start a business (or expand one) — because of the pandemic. Savvy entrepreneurs can identify the gaps in the market the disaster left behind. If you’re able, the chance to fill one of those gaps could be a …
 
Blogging is still one of the most effective (and cost-effective) kinds of content marketing. But does frequency matter? If so, how often should you post? It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’re helping a relatively new blogger figure out how much content to pump out. In 6 months, this blogger hasn’t seen the needle move much. Does it make a difference if you…
 
Not fueling enough for your activity? This podcast episode covers what to do if you suspect you’re not eating enough. How do you go about shifting your daily food intake to better support your activity, whether you’re a weekend warrior or elite athlete? Find out on Part 2 of this awesome series with Jamie Scott, where we discuss the best fueling pr…
 
Jamie Scott is regularly eating 3000 calories a day and is getting leaner. How is this possible? Find out on Part 2 of this awesome series, where we discuss the best fueling practices for active people, the harmful side effects of fasting, and dive deep into the knowledge you need to know to fuel your body correctly and sufficiently. Key Takeaways …
 
If you don’t listen to your customers, you’ll lose them. Just as true: if you listen too much to your customers…you’ll lose them. Feedback matters. What your customers say should help guide your product development, or you won’t be competitive for long. But you can’t please everybody — and you can’t let yourself be blown around like a leaf in the w…
 
In this week's episode, Nicole and Amy are chatting about transitional positions - all the little movements that babies make between birth and starting to crawl and move. These movements are sometimes not given the time and attention they deserve. We give tips on how to support transitional positions throughout babyhood. Show Notes: https://www.the…
 
“Marketing.” The term is vague. New entrepreneurs don’t always know exactly what it means — let alone how to do it effectively. That’s why we’re so happy to have John Jantsch. A best-selling author, sought-after speaker, and founder of Duct Tape Marketing, John specializes in helping small businesses market effectively. In today’s extended conversa…
 
On this episode of Hot Mamas, I talk to Nicole Sitaraman, a hot mama of a six-year-old son, and a leading voice for climate resilience, clean energy and environmental justice. She shares her journey, from growing up in Philly, the daughter of a strong mother who made sure Nicole had the opportunities she needed to succeed, to starting out in her ca…
 
We love teachers. As the founders of a webinar platform (and former educators), we live and breathe coaching, training, and consulting as a business model. Our experience in that realm is what brought us into the webinar game, and continues to guide our development. But at some point, our good ol’ Omar had to hang up his consulting hat. Today, Omar…
 
You’ve hit a plateau. Whether your business is new, established, or even getting close to the endgame, anyone can get stuck. Surprisingly, it’s often because of this one thing. When you’ve looked into everything — sales, marketing, advertising — and you just can’t figure out what’s got your wheels spinning, there’s a very good chance it’s this. It’…
 
Entrepreneurship isn’t easy. Anyone who says so isn’t telling the whole story. Sometimes it’s difficult. Sometimes it’s boring. Sometimes you put everything you have into a campaign or product, only to watch it flop. This is a reality of business. The question isn’t how to avoid that — it’s how to handle it. It’s Q&A Wednesday, and one listener wan…
 
Your body needs a certain amount of energy just to function, let alone exert energy. If you are an endurance or strength athlete, a recreational exerciser, or you are a competitive weekend warrior, there is something for everyone to learn about fueling your body and making sure your body has enough energy to perform at its best. Click play to liste…
 
Your body needs a certain amount of energy just to function, let alone exert energy. If you are an endurance or strength athlete, a recreational exerciser, or you are a competitive weekend warrior, there is something for everyone to learn about fueling your body and making sure your body has enough energy to perform at its best. Key Takeaways If Yo…
 
Let’s lower that CAC! Your Customer Acquisition Cost is one of the biggest factors affecting your bottom line. The total investment of marketing, advertising, and sales dollars to produce a single customer is a key metric, one that has to be studied carefully. As your business grows, so can your CAC — leading to an overall plateau. Fortunately, the…
 
Is poker the best analogy for entrepreneurship? The Biggest Bluff makes a very strong case for “yes.” This fascinating memoir about a total novice’s quest to get really good at something is stuffed with insights that any business owner can learn from. By going from amateur to champion, Maria Konnikova demonstrated that in poker and business, it’s n…
 
Every Montessori home should strive to give children as much independence as possible. In this week's episode, Nicole and Amy talk about one of the most useful ways to give children independence at home - with a stool! We talk about some of our favorites and how we use them. Show Notes: https://www.thekavanaughreport.com/2021/09/MontessoriStoolsFor…
 
In business, it’s not the idea that leads to success. It’s the execution. That said, not all ideas are equally viable — which is why it’s important to change how we think about “good” or “bad” product and service ideas. A product that seems ridiculous might strike a chord with consumers (remember pet rocks?). Likewise, the graveyard of failed busin…
 
As a business owner, you set the standards. But what do you do when an employee — even one you like and respect — isn’t clearing the bar? It’s one of the most uncomfortable aspects of running a business. But it’s also pretty much inevitable. Team members will fail you sometimes. The key is to fix it through collaboration, not just correction. We ca…
 
We think of entrepreneurs as people who go their own way. But in truth, no one becomes successful entirely on their own. It’s Q&A Wednesday, and one listener wants to know who taught, coached, and inspired Omar into the entrepreneur he is today. We all stand on the shoulders of our teachers, whether or not we’re formal students. In his business jou…
 
So often, women who want to get stronger or start lifting weights are told to ‘be careful’ and make sure they don’t hurt themselves. While there is always an inherent risk when engaging with any activity, the benefits far outweigh the risk when it comes to strength training. Click play to listen right on this page, no app needed: Or, listen on your…
 
So often, women who want to get stronger or start lifting weights are told to ‘be careful’ and make sure they don't hurt themselves. While there is always an inherent risk when engaging with any activity, the benefits far outweigh the risk when it comes to strength training. Key Takeaways If you are ready to stop letting society tell you what activ…
 
Most online traffic is on mobile. That trend shows no signs of slowing down; Google even prioritizes mobile-friendliness when ranking for SEO. For many consumers, mobile devices are the primary, if not only devices they use. Whatever you’re doing online, it needs to fit and work as beautifully on an iPhone as on a desktop. Today, we explore how. We…
 
It’s about the person, not just the business. After all, your business can change. You can go through endless iterations of what you sell, but the one constant is who you are. If you can build a strong personal brand, it’ll follow you no matter where entrepreneurship takes you. Today, we bring on a pair of experts to help with that. Anne Candido an…
 
Sometimes, life kicks your business in the teeth. We planned what we thought would be an awesome conference for entrepreneurs in Australia. Then came the Delta variant. With the country plunged rapidly back into lockdown purgatory, everything we’d worked for was dusted. Well, not everything. Today, we discuss how to navigate a big blow to your busi…
 
If you don’t focus on what matters most, what matters least will take up your time. That’s one of the first — and one of the hardest — lessons entrepreneurs have to learn. We all have limited time, energy, and resources. We have to prioritize. Because the uncomfortable truth is that when everything is important, nothing is. It’s easy to let non-pri…
 
Your “why” is everything. If you don’t have a single, super-clear motivation for building your business, it gets very hard to stick with it. Entrepreneurship is a commitment that requires constant motivation. It’s Q&A Wednesday, and we’ve got a listener who understands that. They’re thinking about getting into the software game, but there’s one mis…
 
Making friends is hard enough without worrying about them judging you for the things you do in your bedroom...even if they're not involved. Tonight Mickey & Mallory sat down to talk about our own personal experience as we made the decision to prioritize lifestyle & sex positive friendships over traditional vanilla friendships as we established root…
 
I am not sure there is anything more terrifying than watching your child struggle to breathe and mom of three LaTisha Harris knows that fear all too well. It's her intense, motherly desire to clean our air for our children, to save lives, and create opportunities for her community that fuels her leadership for climate justice as an organizer for Mo…
 
I am sure you have heard or seen the common rhetoric of ‘eat less, move more’ online. While this perspective may be well-meaning, it is frequently misused and can have some dangerous consequences. When you are training hard, wanting to improve your performance, and ultimately feel better, it takes the right amount of fuel to achieve those results. …
 
I am sure you have heard or seen the common rhetoric of ‘eat less, move more’ online. While this perspective may be well-meaning, it is frequently misused and can have some dangerous consequences. When you are training hard, wanting to improve your performance, and ultimately feel better, it takes the right amount of fuel to achieve those results. …
 
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