Growing up and as a young adult, my dad was always telling me to "dress for the job you want." And honestly, I was always pretty resistant to it.
But years later, I've come to believe that this phrase is one of the most important phrases to live by and embrace as entrepreneurs.
In this episode I'm going to share why I changed my mind about this particular phrase, and how I think you can apply it to how you're living life and doing business.
Over the years I've learned that so many boss moms out there have issues surrounding money and how to grow a profitable business.
That's why I'm beyond pumped about our guest today, the amazing Hilary Hendershoot, host of Profit Boss Radio, a weekly podcast for women and money.
Hilary has an MBA, is a Certified Financial Planner, a TedX speaker and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, NBC, ABC, FOX, DailyWorth, Forbes and Investopedia.
She was recognized as a Top 40 Under 40 Entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, and with more than 30 television appearances, she’s the go-to personal finance expert in Silicon Valley for the NBC evening news where they call her "The Investor's Voice of Reason."
We have a really fun, really interesting conversation all about business, money, mindset, program development and so much more, so get ready to dive in and have a freaking blast learning how to be a profit boss!
Are you someone that struggles to be disciplined in your business when it comes to following through on the things that will really move you forward? In this episode we are exploring how to apply the same principles for teaching your children discipline, to learning to be disciplined in your business.
Recently we unveiled the brand new Boss Mom Website, including a fabulous new resources page created to help you clarify which tools you need and when you need them, depending on where exactly you are in your business.
As your business, products and services morph and grow, the tools you need will likely change too, but figuring out how they should change and in what order you should start and stop using tools can be tricky to figure out.
In this episode I'm going to help you gain confidence in choosing the best tools for where you're at and help you feel good about the money you're spending, by breaking down six questions to ask yourself when making these decisions.
Facebook ads are something we all know we’ll need to use at some point in our business journey, but it can be really challenging to figure them out because we either don’t have someone showing us the way OR they just aren’t our jam.
Well, if Facebook ads have ever had you crying on the bathroom floor, you’re going to love this episode because I’m joined by the lovely Becky Burgess, owner of Splash Owl Media, a social media marketing agency specializing in Facebook, and she’s providing tons of answers to the loads of questions I threw her way (that I’m sure you’ve been wondering yourself too!)
For many of us Boss Moms, figuring out how to get work done while our kids are at home is a daily reality (and no easy feat!) In this episode NJ and I are discussing strategies and tips for actually being productive and getting things done while the kids are home for a sick day, a snow day, a summer, or all the time.
Raise your hand if you're one of those entrepreneurs who constantly has a barrage of ideas flowing through your brain at any given moment? I can totally relate, which is why I'm diving into the topic of how to handle having all those ideas without letting them clog up your brain and productivity.
For the first time ever I am welcoming a repeat guest onto the podcast because we were recently talking about something that I just knew you ladies needed to hear.
In this episode I'm joined by the lovely Samantha Rodgers from Eating Clean, Cooking Dirty about strategies and tactics to literally save and create more time in your life.
This one is relevant to anyone, and everyone, so be sure to tune in and share it far and wide!
So often there are things we will experience as Boss Moms that might trigger some guilt. Those times when you catch yourself enjoying your business more than your family....that'll do it!
But we believe this subject is totally normal and shouldn't be taboo, so we're diving right in and opening up a conversation about what to do and how to deal with those times where you're more excited about your business than about your family.
One of the toughest things as an entrepreneur, especially one who is just starting out, is figuring out what the heck to create or offer.
With a million awesome ideas swirling around in our heads, we want to do #allthethings. But it's super important to make sure you're building your business in the right order so you can grow most effectively.
In this episode I'm going to walk you through the 3 main things you need to know before creating your programs, and the 3-phase process you need to move through when creating your offerings.
In this episode I’m joined by Julie Ford, a certified coach, trainer and author of Creating Time & Energy, a workbook that supports “crazy busy” working parents so they can live more “intentionally full” lives and enjoy every stage before the kids leave the nest ready to live well.
Throughout our conversation, you’ll hear Julie share her unique journey through Boss Mom life, how she learned to roll with the punches and make lemonade from lemons, and how she’s funneling her passions into helping women just like you and me create more time and energy for the things that matter in life.
When it comes to talking to your spouse, significant other, accountant, team or anyone else about your business, finances and all the things that are working and not working, you might feel like crying and you might not want to do it.
We are going to talk today about how to have the tough conversations (and not cry!) because it's an important skill to develop and takes both intention and practice.
In this episode I'm going to dive into four core concepts from a beloved children's book, The Pout Pout Fish, that can totally be applied to learning how to build and run successful businesses.
In this episode I'm joined by video and YouTube strategist Trena Little, whose passion is helping online business owners create a video content strategy that works for their business.
Being a busy business owner herself, Trena understands the importance of making video simple and painless, but effective and lasting.
I just love that she describes her Youtube videos as being her "sales team" and they do the heavy lifting for free (seriously, how cute is that?!)
By the end of our chat together, you'll hear it become really clear to me that I want to jump in with Youtube (pssst, Boss Mom TV anyone?!) and whether you're already doing video in your business or not, I know you'll walk away with some valuable tips and strategies to leverage Youtube in your business.