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The Big Leap Show with Kathlyn Hart | Inspiring Interviews with Badass Women About the Journey from Dreaming to Doing

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Ready to earn more, switch careers, start a business, or maybe even quit your job to travel the world, but scared as hell to actually take the leap? Then mama you are in the right place. Finding the courage to get outside of your comfort zone to do something new can be downright scary and overwhelming (especially when it feels like everyone is killing it and you are completely clueless). That’s why the Big Leap Show is here. In this podcast, salary negotiation coach and motivational speaker Kathlyn Hart sits down with inspiring badass women who candidly share all about their journey of going from dreaming to doing. Don’t expect sugar-coated success stories around here ;) From the good, the bad, the ugly, and everything in between, get ready for some real talk with real women about their journey + actionable insight on how you can do the same!

Ready to earn more, switch careers, start a business, or maybe even quit your job to travel the world, but scared as hell to actually take the leap? Then mama you are in the right place. Finding the courage to get outside of your comfort zone to do something new can be downright scary and overwhelming (especially when it feels like everyone is killing it and you are completely clueless). That’s why the Big Leap Show is here. In this podcast, salary negotiation coach and motivational speaker Kathlyn Hart sits down with inspiring badass women who candidly share all about their journey of going from dreaming to doing. Don’t expect sugar-coated success stories around here ;) From the good, the bad, the ugly, and everything in between, get ready for some real talk with real women about their journey + actionable insight on how you can do the same!
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Ready to earn more, switch careers, start a business, or maybe even quit your job to travel the world, but scared as hell to actually take the leap? Then mama you are in the right place. Finding the courage to get outside of your comfort zone to do something new can be downright scary and overwhelming (especially when it feels like everyone is killing it and you are completely clueless). That’s why the Big Leap Show is here. In this podcast, salary negotiation coach and motivational speaker Kathlyn Hart sits down with inspiring badass women who candidly share all about their journey of going from dreaming to doing. Don’t expect sugar-coated success stories around here ;) From the good, the bad, the ugly, and everything in between, get ready for some real talk with real women about their journey + actionable insight on how you can do the same!

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Episodes

049: Permission for Imperfect Action with Jenny Blake, Author of Pivot

4/18/2017
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Ever feel like you have your whole life and career figured out, only to reach a plateau and wonder, "Is this all there is?" As counter-intuitive as it may sound, this feeling may be a sign of success, a sign that you are ready for your next pivot. Say what?! Yes mama yes. But how do you move from discouraged to daring? Tune into this week's interview with motivational speaker, teacher, and author Jenny Blake to find out. For full show notes + links to resources visit:...

Duration:00:41:37

048: Fail Miserably or Not at All with Robyn Sue Fisher of Smitten Ice Cream

4/11/2017
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We all know the dread of showing up for a job we hate. Pulling into a dimly lit parking lot, wishing we could turn around, and sitting in our cars a fewww extra minutes to avoid walking into that golden prison. For this week’s guest, Robyn Sue Fisher of Smitten Ice Cream, the idea of being stuck and settled was something she could no longer live with. Instead she made vow to herself to make this whole “adulting” thing fun. But how did she go from one small vow to inventing the first...

Duration:00:46:50

047: Letting Passion and Purpose Fuel You with Shannon McLay of The Financial Gym

4/4/2017
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After working in the traditional financial sector for 13 years, this week's guest Shannon McLay founded The Financial Gym - a new-age financial services company focused on providing affordable financial training so it's clients can achieve financial freedom. This dream of a business did not happen overnight though, and rather was the result of deliberate testing and planning over the course of 3 1/2 years. In this week's interview, Shannon shares with us her journey of discovering her...

Duration:00:48:39

046: Reframing Failure and Showing Up to Life with Betsy Crouch & Zoe Galvez of Improv HQ

3/28/2017
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What is failure really, and how can we evolve from what we think it is? In this episode I sit down with Betsy Crouch and Zoe Galvez of Improv HQ - two women on a mission to empower business leaders and their employees work better together through the art of improv. Tune in to hear about the evolution of Improv HQ, lessons from the art that they apply to their personal lives, and how to have more fun every day by learning to reframe failure and wahoo what we often call "mistakes." For full...

Duration:00:46:06

045: Confession, I've Been Using Confusion as a Crutch with Kathlyn Hart

3/21/2017
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Hello, hello! A few weeks ago I made the big announcement about the future of the podcast. Although it was a difficult announcement to make, I felt I had finally worked up the courage to share it with you all. Then fear really set in. "Are you sure you want to be doing this, was that a huge mistake, do you really want to pursue workshops full time, why would you let go of something that is good..." In this week's episode, I get real and honest with you all about how I was using...

Duration:00:06:08

044: The Only Way to Know is To Ask with Jamie Lee of She Negotiates

1/4/2017
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What's more badass than a woman that knows what she wants? A woman that asks for it. This week I'm excited to kick off the new year with She Negotiates consultant Jamie Lee. Jamie is a pragmatic negotiation geek dedicated to helping women catapult their careers to the next level with a gutsy ask through consulting and speaking. I first came across Jamie during a She Negotiates webinar. After connecting on our love of empowering women to be bold, brave, and get better paid, Jamie made the...

Duration:00:48:45

043: Knowing When It's Time to Let Go

12/28/2016
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Hey, hey, hey. Well ladies, it's been a hot minute since we last talked. Like many of you, the U.S. presidential results stirred up a lot of emotions around women's rights and the importance of female empowerment. I didn't expect for it to overcome me the way that it did, but here we are two months later and I finally feel ready to crawl out of my cave. This has been a challenging time for me dealing with feelings of helplessness around how we can create a more loving and understanding...

Duration:00:13:25

042: How Courage Takes Over When Fear Can No Longer Hide with Jenni Brown of Prim'd Marketing

10/26/2016
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What happens when a J-O-B isn't exactly necessary for you to keep a roof over your head? Would you go for your dreams? Hit the ground running like a pro and make it happen? I think we all like to assume we would... But what about that nasty bugger named fear we all know so well? Even with greater financial freedom, fear doesn't suddenly disappear. So what's a boss babe to do? Tune into this week's guest with Jenni Brown of Prim'd Marketing to hear how she found the courage within to...

Duration:00:51:11

041: Trusting Your Gut and Bursting Through Open Doors with Dyan Dolfi-Offutt of Soda Pop PR

10/20/2016
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What happens when our first dream doesn't work out? We find our second dream of course ;) At least that's the wisdom from this week's guest Dyan Dolfi-Offut. After the sudden passing of her mother, Dyan realized at 27 that the dream she once had to make it in Hollywood was no longer the dream she wanted to chase. Instead, she found her heart calling for PR, the field she had studied all through college. But how was she able to not only land a job after 5 years of no experience in the...

Duration:00:46:43

040: Creating the Product You Wish You Had with Summer Kramer of SUMMERSKIN

10/11/2016
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At the young age 26 this week's guest, Summer Kramer of SUMMERSKIN was diagnosed with melanoma (the deadliest form of skin cancer). While fortunately, she discovered the cancerous mole early enough to treat it, the event itself forever changed her life. Following surgery and at her dermatologist's recommendation, Summer sought out to buy sun protective clothing to shield herself from the sun's harsh rays. To her terror, she quickly discovered her only options were baggy safari gear, zip-off...

Duration:00:39:39

039: Paving Your Unique Path with Mallory Whitfield of Miss Malaprop

10/5/2016
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This week on The Big Leap Show we sit down with boss babe Mallory Whitfield aka Miss Malaprop. As a blogger and creative entrepreneur since 2006, Mallory has worn many hats, including blogger, visual artist, upcycled clothing creator, performance artist, jewelry designer, craft show vendor, creative strategist, speaker, teacher and consultant to other small business owners. How did she manage to pursue all of her passion while still working a desk job by day? Tune into this week's episode...

Duration:00:45:55

038: Attracting the Life You Want to Live with Rachel Rossitto of Rose Holistic

9/28/2016
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It's sometimes in the darkest of time, that we truly learn to see the light. For this week's guest, Rachel Rossitto of Rose Holistic, it took hitting rock bottom and a trip to the ER for her to start exploring what her greater purpose and big WHY. How did she transform her life from a party girl to a self-loving women's coach, certified holistic health coach, yoga instructor and birth doula? Tune into this week's episode to find out... For full show notes + links to resources visit...

Duration:00:47:45

037: Speaking on Your Truth, and Screwing the Haters with Amy Schmittauer of Savvy Sexy Social

9/20/2016
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I love me some women that are straight up and real. Sprinkle that with ambition, a killer wit, and weekly bite-sized YouTube videos on how to build a savvy, smart and oh so sexy business... 🙌 you have me weak in the knees. For years now I've been following Amy Schmittauer, a YouTuber that is watched every week in over 179 countries with more than 600 episodes accumulating 3 million views. A few months ago though, she came out with a video that made me love her even more. The video was in...

Duration:00:47:46

036: Daring To Bare Your Deepest Insecurity with Jenny Gaither of the Movemeant Foundation

9/13/2016
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We all have insecurities. Usually, it’s easier to hide behind them and pretend they don’t exist. But what if we decided to face them head on? For years, this week’s guest struggled with unrealistic body standards. As a dancer in New York, Jenny Gaither felt extreme cultural pressure to look a certain way and fit a certain dress size. Over time, she found herself falling out of love with dance and movement, and into a battle with anorexia and bulimia. It wasn’t until she found SoulCycle...

Duration:00:48:42

035: 6 Tips for Relaxing When Sh*t Hits the Fan

9/6/2016
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Sometimes sh*t hits the fan. Last week was one of those weeks for my family and me. In this mini-episode, I share the three tips that have helped me especially in the past week, as well as 3 other daily routines I like that help me relax during the storm. For full show notes + links to resources visit www.thebigleapshow.com/episode035

Duration:00:06:50

034: From Knocked Down to Knockout with Lynn Le of Society Nine

8/30/2016
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This week's guest is kicking some serious butt - literally and figuratively. You see before Lynn Le came along, women boxers all over the world were trying to fit into a man's world. Too often they would use men's gloves that were much too large or children's gloves that were much too small (a modern boxing Goldilocks dilemma if you will). All that changed when Lynn founded Society Nine, a company on a mission to make the best boxing and MMA gear designed specifically for women in mind. I...

Duration:00:49:56

033: Creating a Freedom Lifestyle with Rebecca Tracey of The Uncaged Life

8/23/2016
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Dream about starting your own business, working from wherever, and never having to put on pants again? Well, you're not alone. This week's guest Rebecca Tracey of The Uncage Life is the queen of the no-pants party and is on a mission to help as many other business owners create their own freedom lifestyle. How did she get her start? I'll give you a hint... It included a van, shotty McDonalds WiFi and a whole lot of drive (pun most definitely intended) 😜🚙 For full show notes + links to...

Duration:00:39:48

032: From Volunteer to CEO with Alaina Percival of Women Who Code

8/16/2016
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What would you do if you found yourself running a $2 million organization as a volunteer on nights and weekends? For this week’s guest, Alaina Percival, this reality hit her smack-dab in the face while she reviewed the annual budget for Women Who Code, a global nonprofit dedicated to helping women enter the tech industry. How did she make the transition from volunteer to CEO, and what challenges did she face while growing the organization to over 50,000 members in 60 different countries?...

Duration:00:37:01

031: Changing the Conversation Around Women and Pleasure with Ti Chang of Crave

8/9/2016
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For many women, the idea of buying a sex toy for themselves is embarrassing. You feel exposed when walking into a shop filled with phallic accessories, and wonder what the heck you are doing there. While many of these toys are supposed to be geared towards women, it becomes clear pretty quickly that despite the pink glitter that’s been slapped on it, these products were not created by or for females. That's where Crave founder Ti Chang comes in. For the past nine years she’s been working to...

Duration:00:41:01

030: Overcoming Challenges and Choosing Your Attitude with Eve Peters of Whim

8/2/2016
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"When you at first don’t succeed, get back up and try again." This week we sit down with Eve Peters, founder of dating app Whim (the app that gets you from phone to date in just few taps), to hear all about her journey of starting two businesses within the dating realm, challenges and lessons learned along the way, and tips and nuggets of wisdom on how you can take the leap and start a business of your own as well. For full show notes + links to resources visit...

Duration:00:48:50