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Working Woman Entrepreneur |Successful Women Entrepreneurs Empowering You To Gain and Maintain the Freedom To Live The Life That You Want.

Working Woman Entrepreneur is a weekly podcast for Moms who want to be inspired and empowered by successful women in order to gain and maintain the freedom to live their lives the way they want to. If you want to learn how other women have successful businesses while raising their families and making a difference in the world then this is the podcast for you. Ladies We Can Have It All!
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Mar 29, 2016

Working Woman Entrepreneur

Libby Gill is the former head of communications and public relations for Sony, Universal, and Turner Broadcasting. She is the founder and CEO of executive coaching and consulting firm Libby Gill & Company. An international speaker, bestselling author, and former Dallas Morning News columnist, she has shared her success strategies on CNN, NPR, the Today Show, Business Week, Time, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and more.

Libby helps established and emerging leaders at companies including AMC Networks, Avery Dennison, Cisco, Disney-ABC, Go Daddy, Kellogg’s, Microsoft, PayPal, Royal Caribbean, Safeway, Warner Bros., Wells Fargo, and many more drive high passion and high performance.

Current Business: Executive Coach and Speaker.

Roles in the Game of Life: Mother, Wife Daughter, Sister, Entrepreneur

Definition of Success : In earlier stages of life it was survival. Later it was Finding a satisfying professional life, starting a family and raising great kids, giving great value to my clients, helping my family and my loved ones be healthy and happy without getting in their way or interfering with their right to make mistakes and also to learn and grow as an individual. When she has that in balance it's a good day or a good year.

"Recipe" for Success:

Clarify the vision.
Simplifying the pathway by getting the wrong things out of the way and bringing the right things in.
Executing the plan.
Lesson(s) Learned: She feels she could have saved 5-6 years early on in her entrepreneurial journey by getting professional help from a mentor earlier. She really encourages people to get the help early on even if they don't feel they can afford it.

Huge Time Savers Delegation Station: Housekeeper, Planning Travel, Administrative Tasks, Accounting.

Daily Practice: "Gratitude Blast," Write, Meditate (sometimes), Exercise ( a minimum of 1/2 hour a day).

Stress Reliever: Accountability partner(s) for business and friendship, writing fiction.

Recommended Apps: Airline Apps in general, Kayak, Daily Reset Break with Tessa Todd, Audible, Waze

Recommended Books: You Unstuck, Capture the Mindshare and the Market Share Will Follow, Change or Die, Traveling Hopefully

Other Links : Hope Theory

Contact Information: Libbygill.com, libby@libby.com

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Mar 22, 2016

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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.....................

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Mar 15, 2016

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.

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Mar 8, 2016

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.

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Mar 1, 2016

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After 14 years of putting bad guys away as a Special Agent with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), Heather Ryan figured out that interrogating criminals was easier than figuring out how to balance being a mom and being an Investigator.  She knew something had to change.  After a year of learning everything she could about business Heather took a giant leap of faith, turned in her badge and gun and started her own business where she teaches safety workshops and self-defense courses to women. Currently, Heather is incredibly excited to be part of Get Safe Academy, an online program that teaches parents how to keep their kids physically safe and safe online.  She's also feeling very grateful that she can now take her kids to school, pick them up in the afternoon and make it to every practice.

In This Episode We Talk About:

  • Get Safe Academy.
  • Her “plotting” preparations for leaving her job and starting her own business.
  • Her giant leap of faith.
  • How she gets rid of those negative thoughts.
  • The importance of listening to your gut.
  • The fact that there is never a perfect time to do something only a good time.
  • Advice to woman who are going through the Leap.
  • Not comparing yourself to others.
  • The importance of a positive social media digital footprint for teens.

 

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