Leslie Reichert, “The Cleaning Coach”, is a nationally-recognized green home-keeping expert dedicated to educating people on keeping their homes, schools and work areas “green”. Her mission is to teach and encourage others in the “art” of green home-keeping. She is a green consultant whose wit, insight and humor has raised the green awareness in all of us. Leslie works with Better Homes & Gardens, Woman’s Day, Martha Stewart Living and even Dr. OZ! She is the editor of Clean Green Living Magazine, host of the weekly radio show – Clean Green Talk as well as a national speaker and TV personality.
Definition of Success: When your children turn back to you and say "we love what you do and we want to do it like you".
Advice for Women Starting Out in Business:
Motivation For Not Giving Up When Times Were Difficult: Take a few days to get head straight, walk away and if you are still loving it then you know it’s not the right time to quit.
Time Savers: 10 Minute Tidy (saves about 1 hour) -Put a timer on for 10 minutes. Give everyone a laundry basket and go...........(pick up everything and put in baskets).
Secret To Being the Best Mom You Can Be and Still Find The Time to Dedicate to Business: Be your children's cheerleader not their best friend.
Contact Information: Facebook
Natalie Eckdahl is the host of The Biz Chix Podcast and has appeared in numerous interviews sharing her own entrepreneurial journey and details of her life, her family and her businesses. Natalie has an MBA and is a former management consultant. She is the mom of 3 and runs two online businesses with her husband, Mark. Natalie also provides consulting services in podcasting and business startups and facilitates an exclusive group called THE NEST – A Biz Chix Accountability Group. Natalie enjoys speaking on Entrepreneurship, Work/Life Balance, Productivity and Outsourcing. She is able to share her own insights as well as those gleaned from interviewing over 100 female entrepreneurs.
Definition of Success: Having the time to focus on the VIP's in her life.
Advice for Women Starting Out in Business:
Motivation For Not Giving Up When Times Were Difficult: Getting back to her "why" which is wanting to serve other entrepreneurs such as the ladies in her Facebook group.
Time Savers: Daughter cooks dinner one day a week and has a Nanny that comes three days a week.
Rhonda Swan along with her husband and daughter have been traveling the world consistently for over 7 years. Their Unstoppable Endless Summer Journey has taken them to countries all over the world, including Hawaii, Mexico, Nicaragua, Bali, Australia, Peru and Brazil- to name just a few! As top income earners in the direct sales and network marketing industry, they have been able to ditch the corporate rat-race and live a luxury traveling lifestyle with their mobile business and are dedicated to sharing how they do it to the world around them.
Current Business: Direct Sales, Network Marketing, Coach, Mentor and Freedom-Preneur
Definition of Success: Being able to live free, earn free, make decisions free and allow her daughter to explore the world not through a text book but through experiences.
Advice for Women Starting Out in Business: Don't jump off the cliff give yourself a little room.
Huge Time Savers: Delegates cooking and cleaning to others (her husband is the cook). Assistants to help her on the business side of things.
This weeks interview with Honoree Corder. Honoree's mission is to inspire and motivate people to turn their vision and dreams into their real-life reality, sharing a leading-edge process she originally created for herself, and then eventually shared with her executive and business coaching clients. Honoree's results-oriented philosophy, combined with her ground-breaking 30-day Jump-Start and STMA 100-day Coaching Programs, all but guarantees you get the results you want. These programs have been embraced by people in a wide variety of industries and businesses, to rave reviews and exceptional results, around the world.
She drops a lot of value bombs as they say (I need to think of another term for that). We talk about a lot of things and we laugh a lot which as we all know is super dupper important. Learn how Honoree wrote a book just writing 5 minutes a day and how to applying this same tactic In other areas of your life. We also talk about the differences between coaches and mentors and how to succeed quicker by taking ownership . Listen all the way through to hear about Honoree’s present to you and as she says who doesn’t like presents?