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Episode 21: Transforming a Personal Brand into a Premium Offering with Chinae Alexander

12/10/2018
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Chinae Alexander is a female entrepreneur, feminist, and community builder dedicated to providing honest content which inspires confidence and self-care. Chinae is extremely open with her life online and in-person, saying she prefers to sacrifice her own discomfort for the sake of offering a voice and community to those who have none. After going to… The post Episode 21: Transforming a Personal Brand into a Premium Offering with Chinae Alexander appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:01:01:17

Episode 20: Tara Interviews Kara

12/3/2018
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It’s our 20th episode of the A-Cup Podcast! Just as Kara interviewed Tara for the tenth episode, ten episodes later the roles are reversed as Tara interviews Kara. Kara is a copywriter, food photographer, and automation expert working behind the scenes for influencers and small business owners. Kara writes web copy that blends the business… The post Episode 20: Tara Interviews Kara appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:55:18

Episode 19: Following your Intuition (No Matter What), with Meg the RHN

11/26/2018
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Meg Doll is a registered holistic nutritionist, eating disorder survivor, public speaker, and self-love expert. After battling anorexia at ten years old and again in high school, Meg chose to study nutrition, focusing on the gut-brain connection on a way to help clients seek complete nourishment. In undergrad, Meg started her original blog, A Dash of… The post Episode 19: Following your Intuition (No Matter What), with Meg the RHN appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:57:06

Episode 18: How to keep thriving when you go down $1M in sales, with Rayme of Comida

11/19/2018
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Rayme Rosello is the owner and founder of Comida, a Denver-based taco truck turned brick and mortar. Combining Rayme’s favorite food (tacos) with her Alabama roots, Comida serves Mexican soul food made from the highest-quality ingredients. Rayme began her career in New York City, waiting tables while trying to make a go of her acting… The post Episode 18: How to keep thriving when you go down $1M in sales, with Rayme of Comida appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:56:20

Episode 17: Building a Profitable Business with a $7.99 Offering with Talia of Workweek Lunch

11/12/2018
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Talia Koren is the founder and owner of Workweek Lunch, a subscription service teaching working professionals how to meal prep for just $7.99 a month. With over 40,000 monthly readers and 150,000 followers, Talia helps busy people save money, eat healthy, and place their health as a priority. A former staff writer, Talia gave herself… The post Episode 17: Building a Profitable Business with a $7.99 Offering with Talia of Workweek Lunch appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:53:06

Episode 16: Hiding Your Real Life from Instagram with Natalie Uhling

11/5/2018
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Natalie Uhling is a fitness model and influencer, training women through her signature class, NUFit. NUFit combines HIIT training, spot toning, and choreography; focused on building up your confidence as much as as your muscles or heart rate. A lifetime lover of movement, Natalie coached classes before and after work, enrolled in a six-month training… The post Episode 16: Hiding Your Real Life from Instagram with Natalie Uhling appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:57:40

Episode 15: How to Get Legally Legit with Ashlee of Contracts for Creatives

10/29/2018
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Ashlee Hightower is the owner and founder of Contract for Creatives, a legal services company dedicated to creative entrepreneurs. After passing the bar exam and working as a practicing attorney, Ashlee transitioned to working as a legal editor. There she started her side hustle, a travel and style blog called the Cobalt Chronicles. Today, Ashlee… The post Episode 15: How to Get Legally Legit with Ashlee of Contracts for Creatives appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:52:47

Episode 14: You Can’t Sell Something That Isn’t You, With Alexa Schirm

10/22/2018
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Alexa Schirm is the founder of Simple Roots Wellness, a platform offering an unconventional approach to nutrition, mindset, and hormonal health. With three online programs, one physical product, and a top-ranked podcast on iTunes, Simple Roots Wellness has multiple revenue streams. She also has three little girls (and sometimes her nieces and nephews!) and husband… The post Episode 14: You Can’t Sell Something That Isn’t You, With Alexa Schirm appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:54:02

Episode 13: Dealing with online backlash, with Kiona of How to Not Travel Like a Basic Bitch

10/15/2018
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Kiona is the founder of How to Not Travel Like a Basic Bitch, an online travel blog turned community-sourced, social justice platform. After the encouragement from friends and family (and a whole bottle of wine) to publish an online travel resource, Kiona’s following exponentially grew to 70,000 visitors by year one. Today, Kiona consults ambassadors, city planners,… The post Episode 13: Dealing with online backlash, with Kiona of How to Not Travel Like a Basic Bitch appeared first on A-Cup...

Duration:01:11:05

Episode 12: How to evolve your business in 2018 with Juli Bauer of PaleOMG

10/8/2018
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You know Juli Bauer Roth as PaleOMG, a paleo-recipe site evolved into lifestyle blog. After graduating with a degree in exercise science and nutrition, she hustled at five different CrossFit gyms working for $17k a year, slowly building up her website. Years later, she’s the author of three cookbooks, a New York Times best-selling author,… The post Episode 12: How to evolve your business in 2018 with Juli Bauer of PaleOMG appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:01:08:09

Episode 11: Launching your business with your sister, with Maddie and Jenna of Senita Athletics

10/1/2018
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Senita Athletics launched in 2015 by two sisters, teammates, and friends, Jenna Transtrum and Maddie Carr. As former soccer players and D1 track athletes, they were determined to get back in shape. Describing themselves as, “humble girls who shop at Target and TJ Maxx,” they were disappointed by the prices offered to them. With no… The post Episode 11: Launching your business with your sister, with Maddie and Jenna of Senita Athletics appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:54:00

Episode 10: Kara interviews Tara

9/24/2018
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It’s our tenth episode! Rarely do we talk about ourselves, but we wanted to take this week to introduce at least ONE of our hosts. A former D1 track athlete, Tara Laferrara is a personal trainer, yoga teacher, and is mobility and durability certified. Today, her business encompasses six different revenue streams. She is the… The post Episode 10: Kara interviews Tara appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:01:07:08

Episode #9: When you go $30k over budget pre-launch with Sophie Stich

9/17/2018
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Sophie Stich is the owner behind StichYourSolutions and Toastworthy, two DC-based businesses in the hospitality industry. Toastworthy is a pop-up bar operating out of a vintage airstream, serving as the perfect backdrop to weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, and other events. Sophie launched her business with no co-founder, investor money, or anyone to tow her 3,000 lb… The post Episode #9: When you go $30k over budget pre-launch with Sophie Stich appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:57:34

Episode 8: How does an accountant launch a makeup line? With Emily Hines of Sweat Cosmetics

9/10/2018
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Emily Hines is the CFO and co-founder of Sweat Cosmetics, a makeup line designed by active women, for active women. A former D1 soccer player, Emily Hines and college teammate (now co-founder!) Taryn Hemmings once caked on foundation for soccer games, causing breakouts and clogged pores. They joked that they would start a makeup line exclusively for athletes,… The post Episode 8: How does an accountant launch a makeup line? With Emily Hines of Sweat Cosmetics appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:55:16

Episode 7: “No, this is not just a hobby,” with Julia Morgan

9/3/2018
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Julia Morgan is the owner and founder of j.mo studio, a lifestyle photography studio in Denver, Colorado. Six years into business, Julia narrowed her focus to boudoir and fitness photography, making women feel comfortable, proud, and beautiful in each shot. A self-proclaimed people pleaser, Julia tells us the self-debates she went through when scaling her… The post Episode 7: “No, this is not just a hobby,” with Julia Morgan appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:01:01:20

Episode 6: How to Run a Transparent Business with Ashlynn Haynes of Paper Laundry

8/27/2018
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Ashlynn Haynes is the co-founder and co-owner of http://www.hellopaperlaundry.com/Paper Laundry, a creative strategy and branding studio in Denver, Colorado. Ashlynn and business partner Cara bring clean design and engaging copy to clients ranging from restaurants, music festivals, and wellness entrepreneurs—like Tara! If you saw the killer design (that totally matches Tara’s personality) on TaraLaferrara.com, you… The post Episode 6: How to Run a Transparent Business with Ashlynn Haynes of...

Duration:01:04:51

Episode 5: Making Educational Videos Go Viral with DocJenFit

8/20/2018
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Doctor Jen Esquer is the owner of founder of DocJenFit, a platform giving individuals the tools to stay mobile and find the root cause of injury. While in grad school for physical therapy, Jen launched an Instagram account that grew to a six-digit following before graduation. A former athlete and coach in gymnastics and track and field,… The post Episode 5: Making Educational Videos Go Viral with DocJenFit appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:56:32

Episode 4: The Trust it Takes to Start a Business Partnership, with With Grace and Gold

8/13/2018
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Kelly and Andra are the founders and owners of With Grace and Gold, a branding and web design one-stop-shop for creative women. The two met at a coffee shop when Kelly said to Andra, “I’m new in town! Will you be my friend?” Just a couple months following their first encounter, they launched their business. Their… The post Episode 4: The Trust it Takes to Start a Business Partnership, with With Grace and Gold appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:01:01:40

Episode 3: All the Hurdles of Launching Your First Space, with Alex Perrin

8/6/2018
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Alex Perrin is the co-founder and CEO of Cut Seven, a sports conditioning studio in Washington, DC. Alex opened the doors to Cut Seven in early 2017, and it has quickly become known as one of the toughest workouts in the city. Alex is trying to strip the fitness industry of its “clicky” vibe and… The post Episode 3: All the Hurdles of Launching Your First Space, with Alex Perrin appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:51:26

Episode 2: Developing multiple revenue streams and your own brand with Jillian Keaveny

7/25/2018
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Jillian Keaveny is a serial wellness entrepreneur, running the gamut between events, production, brick and mortar, and personal branding. She holds a stake in Compass Fitness, Denver Fit Fest, and Beach Movement Balance, all based in Denver, Colorado. Originally from Colorado Springs, Jillian got her start in the fitness industry at lululemon. After becoming a… The post Episode 2: Developing multiple revenue streams and your own brand with Jillian Keaveny appeared first on A-Cup Podcast.

Duration:00:55:51