Jen interviews Amy C. Waninger to talk about the importance of broadening our experiences and networks. Is your professional network as diverse as the workforce and community around you? If not, you could be missing important opportunities.
On this episode we talk about how to communicate with IT staff and technical freelancers like web developers. We all know communication is one of the more important soft skills to have. But how do you talk to someone whose skills and perspective you might not understand? We’ll talk about how techies think, a techie’s work environment, and how gender plays a role.
Jen interviews Kalyna Miletic to discuss digital entrepreneurship (AKA digital nomad), digital strategy, the importance of non-negotiables and how she's created the life of her dreams as a road warrior traveling and working globally.
On this episode, Jen visits with Katie Collins to discuss the sales fears and obstacles that prevent women entrepreneurs from getting the best clients. Overcome those fears so you can attract who you want without compromising your rates.
On this episode, Jen visits with Benjamin Dell, Founder and CEO of MissingLettr and the MissingLetter Uppercase Conference. Benjamin provides a lot of insights into rapidly developing ideas and taking them to market.
On this episode, Jen visits with Brigette Iarrusso. She’s passionate about transforming how people and organizations approach leadership so it better reflects the collaborative environment we find outside of business. There are a lot of gems in here from a couple of leadership geeks - I think you’re going to love it!
Join Jennifer as she interviews Sally Foley-Lewis. Sally is obsessed with productive leadership. We learn why it’s important to have a magnet in our heart, a compass in our head, and an oxygen mask as a reminder.
Join Jennifer as she discusses recent podcast changes, the challenges of finding truth in business in a ‘post-truth’ world, and the impact of women-owned businesses and people of color on the economy and hiring.
Join Jennifer and her guest Tandy Pryor where you’ll learn how your attitudes toward power, including your physical environment, may be holding you back and help you get some tips for standing in your own power.
Are you in a self-created prison? Are you limiting your success? Jen interviews Brian Fowlie, who learned meditation to free his mind while in prison. Now he helps people break through the walls of limitation and develop personal empowerment.
Jen and Twila talk SMART goals, identifying effective strategies, and why curiosity is the key ingredient to growth. You’ll also hear how the term “coffee-worthy” helped a client manage time and ROI more efficiently.
Jen and Twila explain what growth hacking is and how you can integrate this mindset into your business. You’ll also hear how Twila lost her growth hacking virginity with diabetic sugar-free gift baskets.
Twila and Jen discuss how business growth comes from strategy that works for you, so you’re not taking on too much too soon. You’ll also hear how both Jen and Twila’s “down-home” Idaho upbringings influence their business savvy.
Twila and Jen talk staying adaptive with technology, so when something breaks (cuz it will) you have options. You’ll also learn how honesty earned a “homeless” man $10,000 in a social experiment in Vegas.