Ladies! Whether you currently own a business or have the dream of owning one, Iâ€™ve rounded up 11 podcast episodes to inspire, motivate, and educate you from my podcast: Thatâ€™s So Maven. All of these boss babes run successful businesses but each of their businesses are unique. They all have learned lessons over the years that are invaluable no matter where you are in your business journey. Iâ€™m sharing everything from money talk to career changes to staying authentic through the ups and downs of business. The struggle is real when it comes to running a business, but these 10 female business owners remind us that with struggle comes triumph and the end result is always worth it.
Starting off with a bang, I know. How often has money been the root cause of your stress? What if I told you it didnâ€™t have to be? Jamila Souffrant, a certified financial education instructor is sharing all about managing your money, some important steps to take and how to not stress out about your bank account. Letâ€™s just say this episode is an important one.
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Did you know you can have a thriving wellness business behind the scenes? I brought my operations manager, Tanya on the podcast to chat about her path.
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I am so excited to share this conversation with Alexis Josephâ€¦ aka Hummusapien. Initially I approached Alexis about coming on the show to talk about time-management and pursuing multiple passions (she is a successful blogger and also co-founded Alchemy Juice Bar), but in true hummus-fashion, Alexis hit me with her brutal honesty. â€śGirlllllll, I do not have that figured out!â€ť. So I ditched my initial set of questions and just let the conversation flow.
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The dreaded quarter life crisisâ€¦have you ever had one? I most certainly did and I can assure you that this blog would never exist if I hadnâ€™t had one. Silver lining? In todayâ€™s episode, weâ€™re welcome Kali Rogers from Blush Life Coaching to talk about the quarter life crisis and how to navigate it if you feel like youâ€™re having one.
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Lee reaches millions of visitors every month and has inspired so many with her recipes and body positive content. Today weâ€™re chatting about what itâ€™s really like behind the scenes of FFF and how things have changed recently.
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Erika and her business partner (then college roommate) stumbled into a business as college freshman. Never in their wildest dreams did they think theyâ€™d end up taking the peanut butter they ground up in their college dorm room and selling it for profit. Let alone having mass distribution across the country and a whole lineup of nut butters and overnight oats!
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Iâ€™m honored, grateful and SO excited to welcome Ella Mills from Deliciously Ella to the show! Her balanced approach to health is what has amassed her millions of followers, successful cookbooks (I own all 3!) and many many other ventures including a product line and 3 restaurants! If this woman doesnâ€™t inspire you, Iâ€™m not sure who will!
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Iâ€™m so excited to welcome my friend, badass business lady and new mama Ali Maffucci from Inspiralized onto the show. On todayâ€™s episode Ali is opening up about the behind-the-scenes struggles that arenâ€™t always shared with the public and how she is finding balance between self-care, her business and motherhood.
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Sadie is a mother, a business-owner (the founder of Barre3!), a fitness professional and a huge inspiration to me and so many others. I wanted to have her on the show to share more about her own experience with growing a business, her thoughts on the fitness industry and why sheâ€™s choosing to run things her way rather than do what other people think is best for her business.
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Iâ€™m chatting with neuroscientist and mindfulness expert, Nkechi Njaka about landing her dream job and then realizing it wasnâ€™t her dream job at all. We talk about how she took what she learned from that job and launched her own business.
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