Earn Your Happy

By Lori Harder

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Ever wanted a business bestie and life coach that could follow you around, get you totally pumped and ready to take massive action on your goals? That’s exactly what Lori Harder and her guests will do. You’re going to learn the tools and strategies that are proven to help you grow yourself, your confidence, your income and your business! Each week you can choose from interviews, quickies and even a question and answers segment featuring YOU, the listener! You will learn how to market your business, navigate tough conversations, challenging family + friend dynamics and create the tribe you need in order to live your dream life. This podcast is a mix of the practical + spiritual and shares the raw truth about what it takes to EARN YOUR HAPPY.

Episode Date
705. Q&A: Questions on Growing Your Biz
22:38

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How to get over being camera shy
  • Taking action to overcome anxiety
  • When to hire
  • Getting into your zone of genius

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I answer your questions about growing a business as an introvert and when to hire a support team.

Carlee Nash asks: How do I grow my business being extremely introverted, and camera shy?

Jessica Fusch asks: When do we know it's time to hire a team member?

Apr 21, 2021
704. Make Work + Life More Fun
18:12

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Giving what you want first
  • Setting the environment for fun
  • Change your environment
  • Building in mini-breaks
  • Living in the moment

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

How can you make life more fun? Even when you feel like you’re living good, there are often too many days that end with you feeling exhausted and like you didn’t get to have enough fun. We often say, to change your life, you have to change the questions you ask yourself. So ask yourself this: What would life look like if it were more fun?

Apr 20, 2021
703. We All Need Adventure in Our Lives with Shelby Stanger
56:14

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Lessons from being out in nature
  • Using laughter to get out of your head
  • Cultivating self-love
  • Podcasting as a business

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Shelby Stanger has a deep love for adventure. Whenever she feels stuck, doing something outside in nature, especially that scares her a little, gives her the confidence to do something scary elsewhere in her life. That ability to create courage at will has enabled her to do some incredible things. In this episode, we talk about the power of laughter, self-love, and creating endless adventures in life.

 

Question Highlights:

  • What’s something you took from blogging a punk concert series that you still use and apply to your life now?
  • Where did your love for adventure come from?
  • What are those moments in nature that you pull from?
  • What scares you?
  • What have you done to go on the journey of loving yourself?
  • What has your podcast done for your life?
  • How do you start thinking about a business?

 

Guest Bio:

A seasoned journalist and top-ranked podcaster, Shelby Stanger’s work has been featured everywhere from The New York Times and The San Diego Union Tribune to Outside Magazine and ESPN. Curious about her subjects and willing to go to great lengths in her research, Shelby has surfed from Tavarua, Fiji, to Tofino Canada; studied with a breath guru; fasted for six days on only water; paddled down a portion of the Amazon River; and interviewed countless CEOs, athletes, and wellness experts on assignment for major publications. 

Her curiosity and playful demeanor doubles as a secret interview weapon, loosening up guests on the most serious of topics. With a knack for audio stories, Shelby created and sold her first podcast about adventure called Wild Ideas Worth Living to REI Co-Op in 2020 (she remains the host) and recently hosted an award-winning travel show for Lufthansa called Life Changing Places. Her latest project, Vitamin Joy, has a standout crew of guests, offering prescriptions for having more health, humor and fun in their everyday lives.

Apr 19, 2021
702: What It Feels Like to Follow Your Gut
14:05

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Finding opportunity in fear
  • Sitting in the middle
  • Following what feels good enough

 

Resources:

  • Text PODCAST to 310-496-8363 to get your questions answered on our Q&A segment or get coached on the show!

 

Show Notes:

It’s so easy to look around for outside guidance and forget that there’s something in our gut that is telling us what to do. When you’re in the middle of the journey, far enough that you can’t remember why you started but not far enough to see the light at the end of the tunnel, it can be tempting to just give up as a way of avoiding the wrong move. But your gut is always guiding you and it is going to take care of you.

Apr 15, 2021
701. Q&A: Finding Clarity
27:44

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Standing out from the crowd
  • Finding your why

 

Resources:

  • Text PODCAST to 310-496-8363 to get your questions answered on our Q&A segment or get coached on the show!

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I answer your questions about 

Cindy asks: How do you stand out as an entrepreneur in the fitness field that’s already saturated with millions of coaches and mentors?

@holamanzano asks: I'm struggling to find my why. What are some tips to help me discover this?

Apr 14, 2021
700. Three Business Traps to Avoid
18:19

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Pushing your boundaries
  • Growing your audience
  • Competing on more than price

 

Resources:

  • Text PODCAST to 310-496-8363 to get your questions answered on our Q&A segment or get coached on the show!

 

Show Notes:

Your business might not be growing right now. That’s alright — we’ve all been there before. That’s why we are especially qualified to help you get unstuck and bring back the growth.

Here are the three reasons your business stops growing, and how to avoid them:

  1. You’re not growing. If you aren’t focusing on your development as a person, you cannot expect your business to continue growing as well.
  2. You’ve stopped filling the pipeline. You cannot stop collecting new audience members. Your existing customers will continue to grow and they will move on. You need to be bringing in new customers all the time.
  3. Your pricing is a race to the bottom. This shows a lack of confidence in your pricing and your product and is not sustainable. A race to the bottom always ends up at the bottom; there’s no profit to be had there.

If you can avoid these three things, you will be able to keep your business growing. If any of these sound familiar to you, it might be your key to getting unstuck.

Apr 13, 2021
699. Relentlessly Ask for What You Need, with Bree Jacoby
40:05

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How Bree Jacoby started
  • Networking effectively
  • Finding people’s pain points
  • Having the audacity to ask
  • Describing your value to others

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Bree Jacoby is the founder and CEO of one of the hottest growing personal shopping services, BREE JACOBY. She’s also the host of the Undressed by Bree Jacoby podcast which explores the lifestyles of entrepreneurs, socialites, and business moguls who have built or sold multi-million to billion dollar businesses. She’s built a book of blue chip clients with her company’s popular subscription-based models and employs a team of talented stylists that deliver exceptional experiences. She’s relentless in building her business, something I know you’ll pick up on to implement into your life.

 

Question Highlights:

  • How did your current business get started?
  • What are the keys to networking?
  • How do you start establishing a relationship?
  • What’s coming up next?

 

Guest Bio:

When it comes to getting dressed, Bree Jacoby is the go-to stylist for some of the largest CEOs and Founders out there. Her clients include Alli Webb of Drybar, Sheila Nazarian of Nazarian Institute, Payal Kadakia of ClassPass, and other male and female c-suite alike. She has mastered the ability to simplify the shopping experience, creating a 360-degree experiential way of seamlessly going through an edited closet and then building wardrobes based on needs and goals. She and her team of amazing stylists have mastered the skill of bringing innovation to retail, adding a new spin to how people shop the brands they love.

Apr 12, 2021
698: Coaching Call with Shanae Kidd of Girl Hi Boutique
40:19

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Building a brand for free
  • Putting yourself in your client’s shoes
  • Making your content look good
  • Repurposing inspirational content
  • Net-zero marketing
  • Being your biggest fan

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

In her early 30’s, Shanae Kidd got to the point where she was asking herself “What do I really want to do with my life?” Just getting out of a bad relationship and feeling a serious lack of confidence, she wondered what to do to find herself. She took the steps to get her MBA, but still wasn’t feeling fulfilled. What really made her feel good was making women feel empowered and confident in their own skin, and that’s exactly why she started Girl Hi Boutique. I know you’ll find yourself in this story, you’ll hear yourself in Shanae, and be able to apply my advice to your situation.

 

Shanae Asks:

  • What is the most underrated but powerful strategy for building a brand for free?
  • How can I reach my audience on their own platforms?

 

Guest Bio:

Newly settled in Phoenix, Arizona by way of Salt Lake City, Utah, Shanae Kidd is a corporate woman with a deep passion for fashion and running her online dress boutique. Girl Hi Boutique is a one-stop dress shop with the goal to create confidence via clothing. Her brand slogan states it proudly, Dressing Confident Girls for Every Occasion.  Girl Hi Boutique can be found on social media, @girlhiboutique, and online, www.girlhiboutique.com.

Girl Hi Boutique was created on Shanae’s discovery of self-love, one of her sincerest lifelong accomplishments. Combining her love of fashion and her understanding of the power a dope outfit brings, how it can instantly boost your mood and confidence, inspired her to help other women feel great, too. Something special is in each and every Girl Hi Boutique dress named in honor a woman in Shanae’s life.

Apr 09, 2021
697. Your Dream Will Eat You Alive If You Don't Go for It
09:49

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Listening to your calling
  • Waking up to your purpose
  • Having clear targets to hit

 

Resources:

  • Text PODCAST to 310-496-8363 to get your questions answered on our Q&A segment

 

Show Notes:

I know that you have something big inside of you. You may not know what it is yet, or maybe you haven’t put a name to it, but it’s there waking you up at night. If you keep ignoring that calling while it’s still a whisper, eventually, it’ll turn into a 2x4 that smacks you across the face to wake you up. If you’re getting lost in the strategy and the cycle of learning without taking action, you’re doing yourself a disservice. Once you start taking that regular action you’ll stop feeling the fear as much.

Apr 08, 2021
696. How the Little Things Add up in Your Favor
08:36

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What saying no to things does to your brain
  • How consistency can make or break you
  • Taking small steps consistently

 

Resources:

  • Text FAST to 310-421-0416 or visit fastfoundations.com to see if there’s room in our elite mastermind
  • Text PODCAST to 310-496-8363 to get your questions answered on our Q&A segment

 

Show Notes:

We’re all searching for the one thing that’s going to make us successful, but real success comes from doing the small things consistently. This works both ways: Consistently doing small, positive things can build up to huge wins. Just the same, consistently making poor choices, or not showing up for yourself, can compound to hold you back.

This should be taken as good news, too! People are often so afraid of having to take a big leap in order to reach massive levels of success. We’re here to tell you, it’s taking small steps every day that are going to lead to you reaching your goals.

Apr 06, 2021
695. Coping With A Public-Facing Life with Becca Tilley
47:08

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Pivoting to be known for something completely different
  • Living life in the spotlight and dealing with criticism
  • Finding your people
  • Becoming your future self
  • Having confidence in being single
  • Giving yourself permission to chase your dreams

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Becca Tilley is in a season of complete transition right now, which makes it the perfect time to talk to her. Everyone reaches this point in their life eventually: where they’ve been known for something for so long, and now they have to start from scratch as a beginner. And it can be scary! Known for being on The Bachelor, she naturally began to gravitate towards the influencer space where she now has over a million followers. She shares what it was like dealing with the spotlight, how she cultivated a positive online community, and what her hopes and dreams are for the future.

 

Question Highlights:

  • What are you known for and what are you doing now?
  • What are some of the coping mechanisms you use to get through things?
  • How did you create such a wonderful community?
  • How do you make quicker decisions in your life?
  • What are you doing to support the future version of yourself?
  • What is a question that you wish more people asked you?

 

Guest Bio:

Becca Tilley is a television personality, podcast host, and style & beauty influencer. A Louisiana native, Becca was quickly put into the public eye after appearing on Seasons 19 & 20 of The Bachelor. Now you can listen to Becca on her iHeart Podcast, “Scrubbing in with Becca Tilley and Tanya Rad,” where she covers everything from dating and relationships, to her love of Grey’s Anatomy, and anything that falls in-between. Scrubbing In won the People’s Choice Award in 2018 and 2019 for Best Pop Podcast. 

Apr 05, 2021
Trailer: Earn Your Happy
03:46
Apr 05, 2021
694. Requirements for Growing Your Audience and Business
15:49

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being consistent and being dedicated
  • Finding out where people want you to show up
  • Realizing how much work it takes

 

Resources:

  • Text PODCAST to 310-496-8363 to get updates on the podcast and see when YOU could be featured on the show

 

Show Notes:

If you want to see success in everything you do, you HAVE to exercise extreme commitment to the craft. Figure out what it is that you can show up for consistently, and stick with it. If you haven’t found it yet, and you’re wondering why you aren’t taking off, these tips may be exactly what you’re missing.

Apr 01, 2021
693. Q&A: Discipline and Self-Care
28:01

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Staying in a positive mindset
  • Tinkering around the house
  • Connecting with people
  • Coping with anxiety around speaking

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I answer your questions about discipline and self care.

Megan Seibel asks: What is your favorite form of self-care to help you stay in a positive mindset when business feels hard?

Kristie Dean asks: I've been doing a lot more presenting and speaking around my purpose and feel sooo anxious speaking literally my chest tightens and I feel like my voice might just not come out at moments. Not doing it is not an option so I'm going to get through it. I know you've said you've had anxiety around speaking, do you have any tips?

Mar 31, 2021
692. Most Important Steps to Take When Pivoting
22:25

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • When to make a pivot
  • Why you have permission to pivot
  • The steps to making a transition seamlessly
  • Making the leap to something new

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Let’s talk about pivots! Career pivots, expertise pivots, you name it. The world has changed so quickly over the last year: people are pivoting left and right, whether out of necessity, or inspiration. And you have full permission to pivot. The expectation of staying in the same career or business your entire life is long gone.

While pivoting is always possible and may be the best decision for you or your business, it is not always easy. You will have to stand up and make yourself known for something new. You have to make it real and show up consistently. We’re going to give you the steps to making a successful pivot.

  1. Make an announcement of your pivot: tell people why you are making the change and take them along on the journey to making that decision.
  2. Transition your current audience: mix in some of your old content with some of the new content. You’ll start shifting more and more towards the new content until your old content gets completely phased out.
  3. Map out your path: you will need to transition not only your content but your income. Determine how much income you need to live the life that you want, and calculate when you can make the leap.

You have permission to pivot, you just have to put some planning into how you do it. And when you do, you'll be better off than you ever thought possible.

Mar 30, 2021
691. Growing Your Empire, with Susan Sly
55:35

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The myth of success
  • Not sitting in your pity forever
  • Shifting your mindset towards positivity
  • Removing limiting beliefs
  • Living up to your own standards
  • Not sweating the small stuff
  • Not putting people on a pedestal

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Susan Sly lit a fire in my belly when I saw her speak on stage for the first time. She rocked my world. There is so much fire, commitment, and power inside of her. She’s one of the smartest women that I know and one of my biggest inspirations, and I’m excited to share her with all of you.

 

Question Highlights:

  • Where did you come from?
  • What’s a belief that you hold now that’s the opposite of what you felt before?
  • How do you know when you need to say yes and when you need to say no?
  • What are the standards that you hold up to?
  • What’s something that you’ve had to let go of to be yourself?
  • When did you realize that life is a series of collecting tools?
  • What do you do when a relationship doesn’t end the way you want?

 

Guest Bio:

Susan Sly is a best-selling author, speaker, trainer, and entrepreneur. She is considered an expert in the areas of network marketing, entrepreneurship, and work-life balance. She has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Fox, Lifetime Television, The CBN, The Morning Show in Australia, and been quoted in Forbes Magazine Online. Susan is the author of 7 books. Her book project with NY Times Best Selling Author Jack Canfield made six Amazon Best Selling lists.

As part of the team of CFSII, helmed by the late Bill Bartmann, Susan was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. Susan has won the Editor’s Choice Award on two occasions for her work with Soul II Success and Success 360. Susan was selected as the only Canadian to be part of the exclusive Harvey Mackay Roundtable. Mr. Mackay has written 7 NY Times best-selling business books and is the founder of the Mackay-Mitchell Envelope Company in Minneapolis. This group of 37 people includes Christine Jones, one of the founders of GoDaddy™, John Langbein– founder of Ticket Exchange™, and others.

Susan produces a podcast and blog that reach thousands of people per week. Furthermore, her Facebook live series has regular viewers of up to 20,000 per week. Susan is in the process of filming a series for Network Be - a women-driven network out of Los Angeles with noted Investors like Sharon Stone and Maria Shriver. Susan has completed the Boston Marathon 6X and placed Top 10 in the Pro Division of the Ironman Triathlon in Malaysia.

In her early years, Susan raced professional duathlon and frequently had podium finishes in the U.S.based Dannon Duathlon series. Susan is passionate about philanthropy and has dedicated a significant amount of time and money working to liberate girls from trafficking and invest in education to support women and girls who have survived trauma and abuse both domestically and overseas.

Susan believes in giving back. She has been a passionate supporter of Make-A-Wish, World Vision, the UNHCR, and others.

On a personal level, the thing she is most proud of is coaching her son’s cross country team at a school for children with special challenges.

Susan is the mother of five children and resides with her husband in Scottsdale, Arizona. Susan truly believes we can have it all.

Mar 29, 2021
690. Get Unstuck by Changing These Things
16:01

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The excuses we use to sabotage ourselves
  • How to turn your excuses on their head
  • Creating accountability
  • Doing the work

 

Resources:

  • Text PODCAST to 310-496-8363 to get updates on the podcast and see when YOU could be featured on the show

 

Show Notes:

We have got to stop sabotaging ourselves. It’s so easy to not take ownership of the things we’re doing. I’ve stayed in that place for a LONG time, and my hope for you is that you don’t stay as long as I did. I’m going to go over the excuses that we often tell ourselves… and how you can kick them to the curb and replace it with a thought that EMPOWERS you.

Mar 25, 2021
689. Q&A: Imposter Syndrome
31:27

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Balancing the guilt of being a good parent while also working hard
  • Avoiding overwhelm while juggling multiple projects

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I answer your questions about imposter syndrome.

@michaela_slade asks: How do you maintain focus and avoid overwhelm when you've got multiple projects on the go?

Katelyn Moss asks: I have some problems with my self esteem being a good mom and working at my dream job but I feel that mom guilt and the guilt is HEAVY. What do I do?

Mar 24, 2021
688. Increase Your Productivity With These Happiness Hacks
27:21

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How happiness makes you more productive
  • The five things you can do to impact your happiness daily

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Happiness increases your productivity by up to 31%. It also increases your ability to learn. We wrote down five things that will help make you a happier human being, thereby increasing your productivity. When you do these five things, you will truly have the energy to move through business – and life – the way that you want.

Five things that impact happiness:

  1. See stress as a challenge and not a threat.
  2. Gratitude and three wins
  3. Exercise
  4. Acts of kindness
  5. Environment

If you want to make big changes in your life, you have to approach it from a place of happiness and positivity. Feeling miserable and slogging through the change is only going to slow you down.

Mar 23, 2021
687: Build the Best Relationships: Dating, Business, & Friends with Damona Hoffman
54:02

In This Episode, You Will Learn About:

  • Learning the skill of dating
  • Getting your dating mindset right
  • Where to source dates
  • Defining your comfort zone upfront
  • How to handle follow-through

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Damona Hoffman is brilliant. She’s a dating coach, but her advice goes far beyond romance: it applies to your friendships, your business partnerships, and more. We talk about dating, relationships, and finding love during a pandemic. I love talking about the dynamic that relationships play in life, and Damona truly brings it.

 

Question Highlights:

  • How did you get into being a dating coach?
  • How do people navigate dating during this time?
  • How do we narrow down what we’re looking for?
  • What is the next part of the dating funnel?
  • What are some questions you can ask yourself to set yourself up for a better dating experience?

 

Guest Bio:

Damona Hoffman is a dating coach & TV personality who starred in the A+E Networks' (FYI TV) series #BlackLove and A Question of Love. She’s a contributor for CNN Headline News (HLN), BET.com, The Washington Post, LA Times, Match dating app, and more. Her advice has been featured in hundreds of publications, podcasts, and TV shows, and she was the subject of an Oprah O Magazine cover story in 2019.

Mar 22, 2021
686. Success is a Numbers Game — Here's How to Play It
19:26

In This Episode, You Will Learn About:

  • The exciting changes coming to Earn Your Happy
  • Taking failure as feedback
  • Adding value every day
  • Making a commitment to showing up
  • The success formula

 

Resources:

  • Text PODCAST to 310-496-8363 to submit questions to Questionably Awesome

 

Show Notes:

Success is a numbers game. So many people think that things are going wrong or that they aren’t good enough when just one or two things don’t go well. But the key to success in anything is in the number of times you try. The more you fail, the faster you learn. The more you learn, the faster you succeed. And the more you succeed, the better you can leverage that success. So don’t quit the game early — put in the numbers.

Mar 18, 2021
685. Q&A: Goals
32:50

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Overcoming imposter syndrome
  • Creating a plan and implementing it
  • Finding ways to add value

 

Resources:

  • Text PODCAST to 310-496-8363 to submit your questions to future episodes!

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering more of your questions around goals and dreams.

@jennaatkinsonp5 asks: What are the best ways to add value if you don't have a big social media following?

@tima922 asks: I am struggling with creating and implementing a strategic plan for my goals. Where do I start?

@sheriazhomayoon asks: The vision I have for myself and my professional work sometimes feels "too big". Then I question, "who am I to take that on"? How do I overcome this?

Mar 17, 2021
684. Successful People Do These 5 Things
25:49

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Showing enthusiasm and passion
  • Taking messy action
  • Getting comfortable with asking for help
  • Collaborating for success
  • Showing up consistently, even when things are hard

 

Resources:

  • Text FAST to 310-421-0416 to get early access to my mastermind and $500 off your enrollment

 

Show Notes:

We’ve worked with many successful people over our careers, and many of them go on to achieve even greater success. Meanwhile, some people continue to struggle in their businesses, never quite reaching their full potential. The thing is that what people struggle with seems to be universal: We hear it all again and again. We’ve identified the common traits that set apart those who succeed from those that struggle.

If you can embrace these five traits of successful entrepreneurs it can quickly shift your results for the better.

 

  • Enthusiasm and passion

 

Enthusiasm doesn’t mean being loud and bubbly in public — though honestly, that can help. What it means is that when you describe your product, when you do your marketing, and when you tell someone what you do, people can feel the passion in you. If it doesn’t come naturally to you, don’t worry: Enthusiasm is a muscle you can build. So get pumping.

 

  • Messy action

 

Time is your most valuable asset. You don’t need to know everything before you start. As long as you have some idea of what you are doing, you can figure out the rest as you go if you are just taking action. And chances are, you’ll learn it even faster.

 

  • Unapologetic asker

 

Many people are so focused on providing value to others. That’s great! But how would you provide value if you never knew what people needed? Let’s flip it around. How great would it make other people feel to know that they are providing you with something you value? That’s right: Fantastic.

 

  • Collaboration

 

Collaboration is the shortcut to success. Collaboration in your business, in your social media, and in your marketing will fast track you to success. Focus on networking and partnerships and help others grow while helping yourself. Instead of looking up to the titans in your industry, look around to the people at your level and you can all level up together.

 

  • Consistency

 

Statistics show that people have to see your offer 7-8 times before deciding to buy from you. With how hard it is to reach people, in order for people to see you enough you need to be taking action daily.

You can learn all of these on your own. You don’t need anything to start doing these things.

Mar 16, 2021
683. Leveling Up - with Eric Siu
55:38

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What video games can teach you about success
  • How to power up your life
  • Putting yourself into spaces that challenge you
  • Making asymmetrical bets
  • The different levels of life

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Eric Siu is an amazing human being. Getting into video games as a kid he discovered that he was building a lot of skills, joining teams, and creating communities — all things that he didn’t have in real life. As he grew up he learned to take that same passion and skill set and apply it to other areas of his life. In his new book "Leveling Up" Eric uses video games as a lens to view personal growth and achievement in a way that anyone can understand. If you’re ready to reach the next level, give this a listen.

 

Question Highlights:

  • What does leveling up mean to you and where did it come from?
  • What’s most important to you right now?
  • What makes you think that anyone can win at life and business?
  • What are the universal truths you see in successful people?
  • How did you move through your family not supporting you?
  • How do you put yourself into spaces where you continue to level up?
  • How do you mentally prepare for putting yourself in uncomfortable situations?
  • What’s something that you couldn’t live without?

 

Guest Bio:

Eric Siu is the CEO of content intelligence software ClickFlow, which helps you grow your traffic while looking like a genius. He also owns ad agency Single Grain and has worked with companies such as Amazon, Airbnb, Salesforce and Uber to acquire more customers. 

He hosts two podcasts: Marketing School with Neil Patel and Leveling Up, which combined have over 30 million downloads to date. 

He also speaks frequently around the world on marketing and SaaS.

Mar 15, 2021
682. Science of Manifesting
08:39

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The placebo effect
  • How belief affects us positively and negatively
  • How what you consume affects your life

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Believing in yourself is going to get you to where you want to go. I believe manifestation is one of the most powerful tools we can use to accomplish our goals, improve our lives, and make ourselves feel better. And that’s not just my opinion: It’s backed up by science! We all know the placebo effect and how in many instances it is nearly as powerful as actual medication — all with the power of our mind. So why don’t we think that the power of belief can work just as well with our goals? Spoiler alert: It does.

Mar 11, 2021
681. Easy = Frustration
20:11

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Doing the hard things
  • The psychology of facing tough days
  • Choosing your version of hard
  • Acknowledging the season that you’re in
  • Procrastination disguised as productivity

 

Resources:

  • Text FAST to 310-421-0416 to join our Fast Foundations mastermind group
  • Visit liquidiv.com and get 25% off your first order with promo code HAPPY

 

Show Notes:

When you stop doing the hard stuff, life actually feels harder. It’s not always easy to do the things you need to do to live the life that you want. But if you skip out on the hard stuff, the rest of your life is only going to be harder. Doing it may be the hard part, but the reward makes life easier.

There’s a couple of psychological tricks to help you face a challenging day. One is to block out the impact of how hard it’s going to be and instead focus on how it’s going to feel on the other side. You can also choose to feel grateful for everything you have in your life — including the things that are afforded by those hard things.

You also need to acknowledge the season of life that you are in. Sometimes what you desire is on the other end of doing something that you don’t want to do. If you enjoy personal space but you have a goal that requires you to momentarily give that up, acknowledge it upfront so that you know that this is only temporary and that it will be worth it.

Life is going to get hard. That’s unavoidable. But it’s up to you whether the hard things you do in life lead to an easier life on the other side. Pick the hard you want in life, and don’t let the drive to live easy lead to frustration.

Mar 09, 2021
680. Becoming Fearless - with Rebecca Minkoff
58:13

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Removing emotion from failure
  • What stops women from achieving their potential
  • Creating something you love
  • Viewing your career in the long run
  • Remembering why you started your business
  • Mastering the art of the ask

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Rebecca Minkoff is a legend in the fashion industry. Her new book “Fearless” shares how you can find courage, creativity and success on the other side of fear. We talk about everything from imposter syndrome to living into your big dreams and all of the fears she’s still facing in her life right now and how her mindset helps her get through all of it. You’re going to learn to think like her so you can get through the hard things too.

Question Highlights:

  • What has the book journey been like for you?
  • Why did you choose the topic you did for your book?
  • What do you do in the interim when you don’t have any answers yet?
  • What do you see that stops most people?
  • Who was your customer and what excited you about what you wanted to create?
  • What’s something you’ve learned that’s a universal truth for success in business?
  • How did you start to enjoy the journey along the way?
  • How do you create positive pressure in your life?
  • What was the tipping point for creating your own business? When did you get pulled out of your zone of genius?
  • What roles do relationships play in your life?
  • How do you go about asking for what you need?
  • What’s the value you’ve gotten from your podcast?
  • What do you do when things do not end the way that you want?

 

Guest Bio:

An industry leader in accessible luxury handbags, accessories, footwear and apparel, Rebecca Minkoff’s  modern bohemian designs are inspired by strong, confident and powerful women who are drawn towards a  west-meets-east sensibility.  

After developing an affinity for design while in the costume department in high school, Rebecca Minkoff  moved to New York City at age 18 to pursue her dream of becoming a fashion designer. 

In 2001, Rebecca designed a version of the “I Love New York” t-shirt as part of a five-piece capsule  collection, which appeared on The Tonight Show and became an overnight sensation. 

In 2005, Rebecca designed her first handbag, which she dubbed the “Morning After Bag,” a.k.a. the “M.A.B.”  This iconic bag ignited Rebecca’s career as a handbag designer and inspired her edgy, feminine creations in  the years to come. Rebecca’s success was further enhanced by the support of her brother, the company’s  CEO and co-founder, Uri Minkoff, who helped usher in and pioneer the company’s industry-leading  innovations with technology and fashion. 

After four years of designing statement-making handbags and accessories with her trademark leathers,  studs and hardware, Rebecca returned to her roots of apparel design and introduced her first ready-to-wear  collection in 2009. 

Today, Rebecca Minkoff is a global brand with a wide range of apparel, handbags, footwear, jewelry and  accessories products. In the spring of 2017, Rebecca Minkoff Watches was launched, reimagining the  category through their decidedly downtown, rock-and-roll aesthetic.  

The brand has 3 national retail stores, eight international locations, and is distributed in over 900 stores  worldwide. In 2015, Rebecca Minkoff stores unveiled the first ever “Magic Mirror” technology, where  customers could interact with mirrors installed in the dressing room walls of her store and tap to pick out  additional sizes, colors and styles of clothing. 

In 2011, Rebecca won industry recognition when she was awarded the Breakthrough Designer Award from  the Accessories Council. She is an active member of the CFDA, and supports multiple philanthropies  including Baby2Baby organization. In August of 2017, she was announced as a member of the first-ever New  York State Council on Women and Girls, in the company of other female industry leaders including  Refinery29 founder Christene Barberich, SoulCycle CEO Melanie Whelan and Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert.  Rebecca is dedicated to bringing women together to enact positive change. 

In September of 2018, she established the Female Founder Collective, a network of businesses led by  women who invest in women’s financial power across a socio-economic spectrum by enabling and  empowering female-owned businesses. 

In 2020, Rebecca will launch a diffusion line of children’s clothing called ‘little minkoff”, marking a foray into  designing a truly sustainable and environmentally friendly collection. She will also launch a new name sake  fragrance to be sold at retailers nationwide. 

Rebecca is married to director Gavin Bellour, and they reside in Brooklyn with their three children.

Mar 08, 2021
679. I'm Scared Shitless... but I'm Not Stopping
11:59

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being vulnerable
  • Facing uncertainty
  • Pushing through hard times

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

I’m getting raw, real, and vulnerable right now. I’m in a place right now that exists often when you’re an entrepreneur or someone going for your dreams. Right now, with everything that’s happening, I’m just feeling really scared. There’s so much uncertainty and so many things up in the air, and I have to be okay with that. I hope this makes anyone going through this now feel a little less alone, and shows that it’s possible to get through all of this.

Mar 04, 2021
678. Q&A: Relationships
27:21

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Setting clear expectations
  • Maintaining friendship in business
  • Replacing professionalism with respect

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering more of your questions around relationships.

@jaiakasha asks: How do you work through conflict and keep the relationship strong?

@charitymajors asks: How do you protect business and friendship?

Mar 03, 2021
677. Are You Caught in the Middle?
13:58

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Whether or not you’re stuck in the middle
  • Why being stuck in the middle hurts
  • Purposefully upping the stakes

 

Resources:

  • Text FAST to 310-421-0416 to join our Fast Foundations mastermind group



Show Notes:

Are you trying to get things done without going all in?

Don’t allow yourself to be caught in the middle. Not in the middle of drama or a fight but caught in the middle of a commitment with yourself. This doesn’t affect the people who haven’t made a commitment and are doing nothing. It also doesn’t affect the people who are already all-in. It’s for the people that are high potential and working hard for their dreams but a part of them still wants a different life. Maybe you want a better body or a better life but you’re allowing old habits to hold you back.

If you’re finding yourself wanting to change in your life but you’re still stuck in your old ways you need to burn the ships. Up the stakes on your new life so that you have no choice but to keep moving forward. That may mean taking investments in your company so that you have to create a return for your investors. Doing extreme things in your life requires extreme action.

Mar 02, 2021
676. Big Ideas from a Big Online Business Owner - with Brian Smith
57:15

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Falling in love with wine
  • The experiences wine brings
  • Telling a story with your brand
  • Breaking new ground in your industry
  • The challenges that come with innovation



Resources:



Show Notes:

If you have a big idea, a dream, and a hobby, you can turn it into a business. Brian Smith is passionate about wine and finding a way to share great wine with as many people as possible. He shows how injecting some creativity into any industry can help you grow and scale your hobby into a thriving business. This one is great for anyone looking to turn their passion into something much bigger.

 

Question Highlights:

  • What are you excited about right now?
  • What is the perfect experience with a bottle of wine?
  • What are the two different projects you’re working on?
  • What made you decide to put so much personality into your brand?
  • What was the moment where you decided to do something different in your industry?
  • What is the magic of attraction and conversion?
  • What is something that is lighting you up right now?

 

Guest Bio:

Brian Smith – Advanced Sommelier, Winc COO & Co-Founder

Brian is driven by a passion to share great wine with as many people as possible. The role of Winc co-founder and COO furthers his mission to create and connect great products with today’s consumers. Brian combines his years of experience as a sommelier, winemaker, and brand builder to oversee the world’s most innovative and culturally relevant wine program. A firm believer in creative collaboration, Brian has led Winc to partner with Charity Water, NYT Bestselling Author, Atticus, and designer, Jonathan Simkhai. Brian and his team of winemakers carefully craft more than 100 wines a year from grape to glass. Prior to Winc, Brian founded successful finance and fashion startups. His previous wine experience includes creating the wine program for the tech-enabled Clo Wine in New York and founding the millennial cult brand Jolie Folle rosé.

Mar 01, 2021
675. Create a Solution Addiction
18:43

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Addictions to problems or solutions
  • Two ways to get attention
  • Focusing on one thing at a time
  • Increasing your willpower

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

When we start to look at our lives we are either addicted to the solution and the positive or we’re addicted to the problems and complaining. Which one are you? Look at your day and recognize whether you are more focused on coming up with solutions to the problems that come up, or if you’re allowing yourself to stay in the addiction of the drama. If you find yourself gearing more towards the complaining, let’s discuss how you can switch that around and fall in love with solving problems.

Feb 25, 2021
674. Q&A: Building Confidence (continued)
26:07

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Finding confidence in action
  • Starting something new

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering more of your questions around building confidence.

@vivianamindful asks: How do you remain confident when you're at the start of your business and feeling overwhelmed?

@suzannelamoureaux asks: How do you gain confidence when starting something new that you've never done before?

Feb 24, 2021
673. 6 Q's to Make Sure You're in the Right Business for You
21:47

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Whether you should be an employee or an entrepreneur
  • Understanding why you’re starting your business
  • Envisioning what your days look like
  • Thinking of the future
  • Staying in your zone of genius
  • Creating the habits you need to move forward

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Are you ready to be an entrepreneur? 

We have six questions you should be asking yourself — whether you have a business already or are thinking of starting one — to make sure you aren’t putting yourself into situations that are going to lead you to unhappiness.

Entrepreneurship is so trendy right now. While it’s a great way to make money and build financial security, not everybody is meant to be an entrepreneur… at least not right now. Use these questions as a guide to determine whether or not being an entrepreneur is right for you:

  1. Why are you starting this thing?
  2. What is your day-to-day going to look like?
  3. Will you be happy doing this three years from now?
  4. What is your zone of genius and who will you need in order to get back to your zone of genius quicker?
  5. Who do you need to be in order to bring this company to success? What habits do you need?
Feb 23, 2021
672. How to Believe It's Possible for You, So You Can See It in Reality - with Jamie Kern Lima
01:06:48

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The unknown struggles of entrepreneurship
  • Finding a why that keeps you going
  • Sticking to your values
  • Not putting people on a pedestal
  • Learning how to handle rejection
  • The joy of being of service to others

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Without Jamie Kern Lima in my life, I’m not sure that I’d be starting my company right now. She’s a cheerleader for all women and has so much belief in people. Her personal story is a billion-dollar success story when the cosmetics company she founded was sold to L’Oréal and became the first female CEO of one of their brands in history. Her new book "Believe It" is a must-read if you have big dreams, and she’s going to ignite your soul on fire and remind you that anything is possible.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • How did you feel when you released your book out into the world?
  • Can you share a story of rejection?
  • How can we connect back to why we started something in the first place and stop comparing ourselves to others?
  • What do you tap into to keep going?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Jamie Kern Lima started IT Cosmetics in her living room and grew the company into the largest luxury makeup brand in the country. She sold the company to L’Oréal in a billion-dollar deal and became the first female CEO of a brand in its history. Her love of her customers and remarkable authenticity and belief eventually landed her on the Forbes America’s Richest Self-Made Women list. Today, she’s a mother of two and an active investor, speaker, and thought leader who is passionate about inspiring and elevating women. She’s also an active philanthropist who has donated over $40 million in product and funds to help women face the effects of cancer with confidence.

Feb 22, 2021
671. Action Breeds Confidence and Courage
10:38

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How a plan puts you into action
  • Breaking down your big goals
  • The things that keep you stopped and stalled

 

Resources:

  • Text LITEPINK to 310-496-8363 to learn all about my startup journey!



Show Notes:

So many of us are operating in life without a plan. That’s why whenever we think about our dreams or something that we want to do we start to freak out. When you don’t have a plan around the things you need to accomplish it can be paralyzing. There are just too many possibilities for you to get distracted with. So let’s talk about why you need a plan that’s going to put you into action and give you the confidence you need to keep moving forward.

Feb 18, 2021
670. Q&A: Building Confidence
29:26

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Learning from people more successful than you
  • Getting comfortable with discomfort
  • Prioritizing yourself over people-pleasing 

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around building confidence.

 

@rowellty asks: How do you overcome being intimidated by being in the company of those you admire or are more successful than you?

 

@melissa_wucinick asks: How do I overcome people pleasing? I know I am doing it but can't stop, and need the validation on social media.

Feb 17, 2021
669. 3 Things to Make You Better in Leadership AND Relationships
21:44

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The commonalities between leadership and relationships
  • Giving feedback in the moment
  • Being honest, open, and building trust
  • What gets recognized gets repeated

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

There are some common threads between being a good leader and being a good romantic partner. Nobody is going to be great at either when they’re just starting out — just think back to your first relationship and I’m sure you’ll agree — but with some intentional practice, we can become better leaders and better partners at the same time.

Give feedback in the moment

Nothing is worse than letting a grievance sit and then coming back to it after the other person has moved on. Some people get over things much more quickly than others. If you try to bring something up later, the other person may get confused, defensive, or angry. And small things left unaddressed continue to build up until they become a huge roadblock in your relationship. That can all be avoided by bringing it up in the moment.

Being honest, open, and building trust

Building off of that last point, giving feedback in the moment is what is going to make people learn to trust you. Being honest also empowers other people around you to open up and be their best, and that is the sign of a good relationship in business AND life.

What gets recognized gets repeated

When you see the kind of behavior you want, you have to work to recognize it in a way that acknowledges the other person. This will help that behavior stick and give further clarity to the types of behaviors you want. This also opens the trust door for feedback and makes it easier to breach the conversation around what can be improved.

If you take in these three tips, you’re going to make it a lot of the way towards being great in both leadership AND relationships.

Feb 16, 2021
668. How to BE the Most Powerful You - with Jessica Zweig
57:12

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Getting over the fear of asking
  • Building an obsession-worthy personal brand in 2021
  • Expanding who you are
  • Getting on your path
  • Surrounding yourself with people who love you
  • Showing up as yourself

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Jessica Zweig is a girl on FIRE. Not just because she’s doing big things in the world, but because she’s truly tapped into the power of being herself. You hear it all the time: Being your authentic self is your superpower. But how do you do that? Jessica is going to show you how you can activate this power inside of you at this very moment, reminding you how to get out of your head and figure out what it is about you that makes you unique and apply it to everything you do.

 

Question Highlights:

  • How did you get comfortable asking for things outside of your comfort zone?
  • What does it mean to build an obsession-worthy personal brand?
  • What do you do when you think you’ve found yourself and then you go and do something new?
  • Why should you build a personal brand in the first place?
  • How do you start building out a personal brand?
  • What is something that you wish more people knew about you?

 

Guest Bio:

Jessica Zweig is the CEO of the SimplyBe. Agency, a premier personal branding firm based in Chicago, serving clients across the globe. Named a “Personal Branding Expert” by Forbes, a Top Digital Marketer To Watch by INC, and honored with the Gold and Silver Stevie® Award for “Female Entrepreneur of the Year” in 2018 and 2019, Jessica facilitates sold-out workshops and speaks on the power of personal branding to corporations including Google, Salesforce, Virgin, Nike, Motorola, Red Bull, and Bank of America. She also hosts the top-ranked marketing podcast The SimplyBe Podcast. Jessica’s debut book, Be: A No Bullsh*t Guide to Increasing Your Self Worth and Net Worth by Simply Being Yourself, launches in February 2021 with Sounds True, an imprint of Macmillan. 

After growing up in Highland Park, IL, and attending the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, Jessica co-founded CheekyChicago, one of the premier lifestyle magazines in Chicago. The website was a huge success, and although Jessica was known as a Top 10 Chicago “It” Girl, behind the scenes her life was far from perfect. The website began to lose money, and Jessica’s relationship with her co-founder turned toxic, but she still strove to maintain the façade of success. After overdrafting her checking account and unable to pay her cell phone bill, Jessica realized she wasn’t being her authentic self. Instead, she was operating from a place of fear which prevented her from true success. This revelation led Jessica to found her own company, SimplyBe. Agency, in 2014.  

At SimplyBe., Jessica and her team work with corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and creatives to become recognized industry experts and thought leaders. SimplyBe works with clients including Heineken, Morningstar, Blackstone, Mars, Vishen Lakhiani, Jason Rosenthal, Andrea Levoff, Larry Jordan, and many more to successfully develop their personal brands while highlighting their greatest business asset: their authenticity. Her business provides customized branding, marketing, and creative services with an emphasis on core values like kindness, truth, service, and of course, authenticity. 

Jessica believes authenticity is the key to true success, and that being yourself opens up a new world of empowerment that’s not just about how much money you’re making. She’s also on a mission to debunk the perception that personal branding is an act of vanity; instead, when done right, personal branding is an act of service, a social responsibility, and a positive investment toward a positive future. 

Jessica has brought her life-changing and trademarked methodology to clients around the world, taking many from unknown experts to recognized thought leaders. In her free time, she loves traveling, meditating, journaling, working out, and reading. She is involved with multiple charities including the Humane Society, The Human Rights Campaign, I Grow Chicago, Black Lives Matter, and more. Jessica currently lives in Chicago with her husband and two dogs. 

Feb 15, 2021
667. Comfort Zones are Painful
12:33

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being in rooms with people that call you up
  • Choosing discomfort
  • Imagining the pain of staying in your comfort zone
  • Picturing the reward for breaking the pattern

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

You are always going to be uncomfortable for one of two reasons: you’re either leaving your comfort zone or you are staying in it too long. They both create discomfort, so which would you rather choose? Staying in your comfort zone never creates the result that you want; you don’t grow, and still end up experiencing pain when the universe decides it’s time to wake you up. Or, you can choose to leave your comfort zone on purpose and move through the discomfort to reach the next level — you’re going to be uncomfortable either way, so you might as well have something to show for it.

Feb 11, 2021
666. Q&A: Consistency & Greed
31:51

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being consistent on social media
  • Creating structure
  • Outsourcing when you need help
  • Dealing with greed
  • Exploring your deep motivations

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions about consistency and greed.

@miss_evab asks: I'm struggling to be consistent with my business social media account!

@danigmorris asks: Can you talk about how to overcome GREED? I'm seeing it become an addicting habit.

Feb 10, 2021
665. Creating Pain Points to Get You to the Next Level
18:49

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Why you need to choose your pain
  • Getting from good to great
  • Choosing God-sized dreams
  • Welcoming pressure

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

There are two types of pain points in life: The ones you are dealt and the ones that are chosen. If you aren’t choosing the pain that you face, life is going to choose for you — and it may not be the kind of pain you want. But any pain you face is going to help you grow, so if you need pain, make sure it’s the pain you choose.

Feb 09, 2021
664. How Felicia Alexander Left Corporate America to Build Her Dream Gym - with Felicia Alexander
53:45

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Creating a communal class structure around boxing
  • Starting a new business
  • Adapting to COVID-19
  • Embodying perseverance
  • Bringing people together

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Felicia Alexander is the cofounder of BoxUnion, a boxing fitness studio sparked by her dream of empowering communities and helping others discover their greatness. In 2020, her business went digital in order to adapt to what was happening in the world, taking her reach from California to global. We talk about pivoting, opening a business, and leaving behind the life you thought you were going to lead. It’s an awesome, inspiring conversation that you’re going to get a ton of value from.

Question Highlights:

 

  • Where did your love for boxing come from?
  • What did it look like when you were getting BoxUnion started?
  • What was an eye-opening lesson you’ve had since starting this business?
  • What did your business look like when COVID hit?
  • What does it feel like when the future is so unknown right now?
  • What does perseverance mean to you and how do you bring it into your life?

 

Guest Bio:

Felicia’s love of community and fitness started at a young age. While her grandfather was an amateur boxer, it wasn’t until after the sudden death of her father when she was only 16, Felicia discovered her love of boxing.

A graduate of Stanford University and the UCLA Anderson School of Business, Felicia went on to have a successful career as a Sales & Marketing executive for companies including Sun Microsystems, Sony, Mattel, and Leaf Group, all the while recruiting friends and members of her team to come together through fitness.

In 2016, she decided to leave corporate America to chase her childhood dream of empowering the community through boxing and helping others discover their true greatness through fitness— no matter their age or ability. Together with her business partner, Todd Wadler, Alexander launched BoxUnion in Santa Monica, CA in April of 2017. After the success of the first studio, BoxUnion opened a second location in West Hollywood, CA in January of 2019. In April of 2020 BoxUnion Digital launched allowing consumers all over the world to stay healthy, de-stress, and build their mental strength from anywhere at any time.

Feb 08, 2021
663. How to GO FASTER on Your Goals!
15:00

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Discerning what needs to move fast and slow in your life
  • Making temporary decisions
  • Changing your mind
  • Believing you will figure it out

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

I’ve had a lot of people reach out to me about how I’m able to get so much done so fast in my new company. I want to dive into that topic, showing how I am getting some things done fast, what is taking me longer, and the things that need to intentionally go slower in order to do them right. Making decisions is a muscle that needs to be worked, so get flexing!

Feb 04, 2021
662. Q&A: Your Current Struggles
30:19

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What to do when you hate your job but don’t know what comes next
  • Reframing what you’re doing
  • Stepping into your purpose
  • Putting it all on the line
  • Dressing for success

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions about overcoming struggle.

@sambamfarley: I hate my day job and want to quit but don't have enough income to support me. What should I do?

@samantha_haffner : Struggling with motivation! I have been lacking motivation and need to kick my own butt. Help please!

Feb 03, 2021
661. Getting Over the Fear of Competition
16:58

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The importance of knowing your numbers
  • The benefits of competition
  • How every person and product is unique
  • Being authentic to where you are at

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Fear of competition scares a lot of people away from even taking the first step towards a business, but there’s no reason that competition should hold you back. So, we’re going to break down the reasons why you shouldn’t worry about competition and why you should actually be wary of starting a business that has no competition.

Feb 02, 2021
660. Use Your Story to Get You to the Next Level
01:03:00

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Finding belief in dark times
  • Where to begin your journey
  • The reward on the other side of making tough choices
  • The beliefs that allow you to move to the next level
  • Saying “yes” and figuring it out
  • Closing the gap to the next level
  • Being intentional about what you want
  • Asking for help

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

After Dr. Sonja Stribling’s divorce left her bankrupt, both financially and emotionally, she decided to leverage her personal journey in order to help others. We have a great conversation about her past and how she used everything she’s experienced, good and bad, to create her business, and how you can use your personal story to propel you forward.

Question Highlights:

  • Could you tell us more about your journey?
  • How do you know where to start?
  • Why do people need to be having hard conversations?
  • What are some beliefs in business that you can apply to anything?
  • What does it look like saying “yes” before you’re ready?
  • What do you tell yourself when you can’t seem to close the gap to the next level?
  • What’s a better question that people need to ask themselves?

Guest Bio:

Dr. Sonja is a Transformation Specialist, Influence Expert known as the General to Giants. This retired Army Major, recipient of Barack Obama Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award, National Speaker for the Think & Grow Rich The Legacy World Tour, and former TV Host on Bravo Network, now uses this training and experience to lead thousands of to their victory in dominating in their space and use their inner POWER to ascend to their Next Level in life and business.

Having overcome a series of life-changing experiences at a young age, a 21-year military career, a highly decorated combat veteran with a harrowing divorce that left her financially and emotionally bankrupt, Dr. Sonja has drawn upon her past pain to connect her closer to her purpose. Her mission is to use her leadership skills and her own journey as a means to help others ignite their inner strength and realize their true potential as human beings, business owners, and world-changers.

As the Chairwoman of the Born to Be Powerful Academy®, home of Kitchen Table CEOTM her firm’s courses, events, and results-based coaching & consulting programs equips emerging and established women, thought leaders, influencers, entrepreneurs, and game-changers to use find their POWER to have a fulfilled life, booming business and live life on their own terms.

From her one-on-one coaching, group training events to online seminars, thousands shift their life, career, and business from her teachings.

Her core belief is “don’t wait for others to invite you to the table, create your own table!”

Feb 01, 2021
659. VISION is What's Missing to Complete Your Purpose
21:02

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Sharing the lessons along the way
  • Finding your vision
  • Taking action on your goals

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Get ready, because I’m about to preach. I have chosen to see that I am supposed to take every problem I encounter, every obstacle, everything that gets thrown in my way as a lesson to share with others. And that lesson today is all about having a vision and following through with it in order to live your purpose.

Jan 28, 2021
658. Q&A: Compassion & Overwhelm
36:16

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Having a vision for your life
  • Taking action
  • Feeling accomplished
  • The difference between compassion and compulsion

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions about overwhelm and compassion.

@tracy_swselfcare asks: I get so overwhelmed about starting.  How do I start taking action?

@officialnattig asks: Difference between compassion and feeling like you need to help?

Jan 27, 2021
657. 3 Things That Will Elevate Your Biz + Relationships
23:03

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The traits that apply to both business and relationships
  • Having unwavering standards about who you spend your time with
  • Why you have to always be growing
  • Having a target to strive for

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

There are a handful of things that have just as much to do with running a successful business as they do having successful relationships. You obviously want your relationship to thrive just as much as your business, so start focusing on these three things and make strides in both.

Jan 26, 2021
656. Behind the Scenes of Building and Selling a Massive Brand - with Josh Landan
01:16:22

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being the big fish in the pond
  • Finding contentment in your everyday life
  • Having faith in your ability to execute your ideas
  • Knowing when to go all-in
  • Recognizing whether you’re an entrepreneur or an employee
  • Staying humble and keeping perspective
  • Universal truths about building a business

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

I love hearing about the raw, real journey it takes to build a company from the ground up. Bringing your passion to life despite all of the walls you hit along the way is a story I will never get tired of hearing. And the story of Josh Landan is just that. He’s the founder of Saint Archer Brewing Co., which he just sold to Coors for $100 million, and then he sold Ashland Hard Seltzer to Anheuser-Busch after only eleven months of building the brand. It’s truly inspiring and you’re going to take so much away from this conversation.

 

Question Highlights:

  • How do you deal with the pressure of entrepreneurship?
  • What happened in Philadelphia?
  • What gives you such confidence in your ideas?
  • How do you create authentic connections with your investors?
  • How do you stay so self-aware?
  • What are you working through in your life right now?
  • How do we keep our massive drive but also make it feel like no big deal?
  • What are three universal truths about building a business?
  • What is the payoff from being an entrepreneur?
  • What do you want to leave people with?

 

Guest Bio:

Josh started his career telling stories from behind the lens – filming, directing, writing, and producing films and documentaries featuring some of the world's top surfers, snowboards, and skateboards. The passion for bringing his athlete friends’ stories to life led him to create Saint Archer Brewing Co. and later Harland Brewing Co.

Recognizing all of his friends were quickly developing a taste for hard seltzer, Josh saw an opportunity to create something different and tell a new story with friends from all walks of life. Ashland Hard Seltzer was brewed to bring together people from all walks of life, to share moments, and create stories as one. Moments are fleeting. Stories live forever. Cheers!

Jan 25, 2021
655. 2021 Expectation Hangover
09:08

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Dealing with an expectation hangover
  • Stepping back when things aren’t going your way
  • Reaching out for help

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

I hope your new year is going awesome, but if it’s off to a bad start—like mine is—here’s your chance to reframe. I’m having a massive expectation hangover for how I wanted to start the new year, but all of the greatest lessons in life come from reframing things that didn’t go your way.

Jan 21, 2021
654. Q&A: Business & Imposter Syndrome
35:20

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Keeping in touch with people when there’s a lot of distractions
  • Feeling like an imposter
  • Adopting a beginner’s mindset
  • Planning your business

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions about business.

@ilonavaro asks: Do you have any go-to templates for business strategy planning for the year ahead?

@kelsey.eyers asks: How do I connect with my affiliates in a time when everyone is so distracted?

@larissabayet asks: Does imposter syndrome ever seem to go away? Or do you just learn to deal with it? How can you overcome it?

Jan 20, 2021
653. Turning Setbacks into Setups!
21:05

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Everything is figureoutable
  • Making the best of every situation
  • Taking your feelings out of the equation when solving a problem
  • Loving the challenge

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

We didn't start the new year off quite how we intended. Our usual rituals and business plans went out the window when we both caught COVID. But in the midst of that, and feeling helpless, there were a lot of lessons learned that we can carry forward… some that we are actually grateful to have experienced.

Jan 19, 2021
652. Real Talk, Family, and Business - with Heather Dubrow
01:03:32

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Meeting the right people
  • Having a partner who lifts you up
  • Knowing when to give feedback
  • Parents relying on their children for happiness
  • Having relationships with your kids

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

You’ve probably heard of Heather Dubrow from her time on “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” but she’s truly done it all. From acting to hosting, design to entrepreneurship, Heather is a powerhouse. Her podcast, “Heather Dubrow’s World,” has over 100 million downloads, and her YouTube channel, “Heather’s Closet,” had millions of views. We talk about how she developed such a diverse portfolio, what’s going on in her personal life, and what’s in store for the future.

Question Highlights:

 

  • How did you decide what your type of people are?
  • How did you end up doing so many different things with your life?
  • How did you cope growing up in your family where you didn’t talk about thing to?
  • How did your husband help you see your blind spots?
  • What are some generational patterns you want to break?
  • What’s lighting you up right now?

 

Guest Bio:

Heather Dubrow (née Heather Paige Kent) is an Actress, Author, Singer, Entrepreneur, Mom, and Wife.  Heather is a veteran of scripted television and you may also recognize her from her 5 seasons as the Champs drinking brunette in a sea of blondes on the Real Housewives of Orange County.   

She is also an accomplished host with credits ranging from newsrooms to talk shows. Heather’s top-rated podcast “Heather Dubrow’s World” has amassed a huge following with over 100.5 MILLION downloads! 

Heather is also well known internationally for her sense of design and fashion as evidenced by her YouTube channel, HEATHER’S CLOSET, which has millions of downloads.

Heather is married to the world-renowned plastic surgeon, Dr. Terry Dubrow, star of E!'s hit TV series Botched.

Together, the Dubrow’s have authored three books together including “Dr. and Mrs. Guinea Pig present The only guide you'll ever need to the best anti-aging treatments",  “The Dubrow Diet” and their latest book, “THE DUBROW KETO FUSION DIET” (Harper Collins, 2020). Terry and Heather have a top-selling skincare and supplement line called CONSULT BEAUTE AND CONSULT HEALTH.

They have four children together and live in Newport Beach, California.

Jan 18, 2021
651. Find Your Perfect Career Path in These 11 Steps - with Ashley Stahl
50:43

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The post-book hangover
  • The 10 core skill sets
  • Focusing on your great instead of your good
  • Where to get started in your job search
  • Testing out different careers
  • Bringing your skill set into your current career
  • Finding your core nature

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Ashley Stahl is equal parts brilliant and hilarious. She’s helping people discover their confidence, finding a career path that they love, and landing more job offers. If you are unsure of the career that you’re in, if you’re not sure what’s next, or if you’re looking to expand what you’re already doing by thinking bigger, this is the podcast for you!

Question Highlights:

 

  • Can you give us an overview of what you put into your book?
  • Can you go through the 10 core skill sets?
  • What’s a sign that you’re good at something but it’s not necessarily what you should be doing?
  • How do you figure out where you should start?
  • What was the most interesting finding about these 10 skills?
  • What do you do to get into your zone of genius?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Ashley Stahl is a counterterrorism professional turned career coach, speaker, and author on a mission to help you step into a career or business you’re excited about and aligned with. Her book, now available on Amazon for pre-order, You Turn: Get Unstuck, Discover Your Direction, Design Your Dream Career, takes readers on her career journey into counterterrorism, offering an 11 step formula to discover their best career fit.  Through her two viral TEDx speeches, her email list of 500,000 and her show, You Turn Podcast, she's been able to support clients in 31 countries in discovering their best career path, upgrading their confidence and landing more job offers. 

She maintains a monthly career column in Forbes, and her work has been also featured in outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, CBS, SELF, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune and more. Ashley earned a Master’s in international relations from King’s College London, and another Master’s in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. She holds a Bachelor’s from University of Redlands in government, history and French. 

Jan 11, 2021
650. How to Know Exactly What Your Purpose Is
57:59

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The different types of dharma
  • Being a multi-passionate entrepreneur
  • The nine archetypes
  • Bringing all parts of yourself into your presence
  • How to take action on finding your purpose

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Are you ready to get some serious clarity on your life’s purpose? Because Sahara Rose is going to show you how it intertwines with everything that you do. Not only is she a bestselling author and thought leader, but she’s also a dancing queen that’s just trying to raise the vibes on this planet! She’s here to help show you your dharma so that you can blossom into your highest self and embody your fullest expression. She makes ayurvedic knowledge accessible to the masses, so get ready to be filled up with spiritual wisdom!

Question Highlights:

 

  • What is dharma?
  • What do you say to people who are apprehensive about expansion?
  • What are the different types of dharma?
  • What does it feel like to lean into all sides of yourself?
  • What do you cover in your book?

 

Guest Bio:

Sahara Rose is an ancient soul in a modern body. She has been called "a leading voice for the millennial generation into the new paradigm shift" by Deepak Chopra, who wrote the foreword of her books. She is the best-selling author of four books, including the upcoming Discover Your Dharma. She also hosts the Highest Self Podcast, the #1 spirituality podcast on iTunes with over 25 million downloads. Sahara is the founder of Rose Gold Goddesses, the sacred sisterhood collective all about embodying the goddess within.

She is a keynote speaker, speaking on stages at Google and Facebook, as well as being featured as the nutrition speaker for Michelle Obama's Let's Move Campaign at Harvard Medical School and in Vogue, Forbes, NBC, and more.

Jan 04, 2021
649. Q&A: Self-Care
30:36

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Creating room for self-care
  • Making better decisions
  • Prioritizing during free time

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions about self-care.

 

@misslaurs: What tips do you have for making yourself a priority and making self-care non-negotiable?

@dandi2901: How do you balance and prioritize your "need to" and "want to" when you do have free time?

Dec 30, 2020
648. Two Things We're Doing Better in 2021
23:25

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Not ignoring your needs
  • Taking better care of yourself
  • Trusting your energy
  • Creating more space for yourself

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

We’re going to talk about two things that we’re each going to do differently in 2021. This has been a crazy year, and we’re all entitled to give ourselves a little grace, but we’ve also learned a lot and it’s important to take those lessons forward and act on them.

Dec 29, 2020
647. Use Food to Upgrade Performance, Focus, Mood, and Body - with Shawn Stevenson
01:06:28

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How our medical system is failing us
  • The impact of food on our health
  • The habits that create better health outcomes
  • Why diets don’t work
  • The dangerous effects of sugar intake

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Shawn Stevenson is back! The last time he was on the show, he completely rocked my world. If you want to change and upgrade your life, Shawn will not only teach you how, he will give you the science behind why it works. He is one of the best people to talk to if you’re interested in just getting better in all aspects of your life. We are capable of being so much smarter, happier, and healthier than we give ourselves credit for, and there are just a few tweaks we can make to become who we want to be.

Question Highlights:

 

  • What are the shifts we can be taking to make changes of perspective?
  • How does our perception of food impact our minds and bodies?
  • How do they make unhealthy food so addictive?
  • How can food affect our relationships and emotional intelligence?

 

Guest Bio:

Shawn Stevenson is the author of the international bestselling book “Sleep Smarter” and creator of The Model Health Show, featured as the number #1 health podcast in the U.S. with millions of listener downloads each year. A graduate of the University of Missouri–St. Louis, Shawn studied business, biology, and nutritional science, and went on to be the founder of Advanced Integrative Health Alliance, a company that provides wellness services for individuals and organizations worldwide. Shawn has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, The New York Times, Muscle & Fitness, ABC News, ESPN, and many other major media outlets.

Dec 28, 2020
646. Answering Your Questions from IG
20:01

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Starting a business on the cheap
  • How to manage overwhelm
  • Making fun a priority
  • Why there’s only a Plan A
  • Fixing your limiting beliefs

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

We’re doing a quick Q&A, because there’s always time to fit in inspiration!

Questions:

  • Best way to begin a business or side hustle when you don’t have the income yet?
  • What are some ways to manage overwhelm when you work 9-5 while building your side business?
  • I love being weird and having fun, but I find myself being so damn serious. Tips for focusing on the fun?
  • How do you plan for having a plan B or plan C if 2021 goes sideways?
  • How do I learn that happiness doesn’t come with a price? You can be happy and not owe anyone anything.
Dec 24, 2020
645. 3 Things EACH that Saved 2020
24:50

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The importance of having a vision
  • Asking how, not why
  • Leaning on friends and mentors
  • Over-serving others
  • Having God-sized dreams
  • Text-based marketing

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

The year is almost over! No matter how this year went for you, it’s going to be a big year for reflection. We’re each going to share three things that saved our butts in 2020, because they are ALL things we need to be doing next year in order to remain successful.

Dec 22, 2020
644. Bossbabe Mentality for the Win - with Danielle Canty
51:59

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Creating and collaborating as a team
  • How BossBabe got started
  • Defining your core values
  • Dividing roles in a business partnership
  • Facing your insecurities

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

If you love BossBabe and you resonate with them as much as I do, you’re going to love this conversation with Danielle Canty. She’s a serial entrepreneur and boss babe in every sense of the word, embodying the BossBabe philosophy in everything she does. She’s a true strategist and a creative powerhouse. We talk about female collaboration, partnership within business, staying true to your values, showing up as your true self, and more.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • What happens when you collaborate with a partner?
  • How did BossBabe unfold into what it is today?
  • How do you define your roles in a business partnership?
  • How do you feel safe within a business?
  • What insecurities came up when you started collaborating?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Danielle Canty, BossBabe Co-Founder + President

With passion in business strategy and female leadership, Danielle is the co-creator of BossBabe specializing in the brand’s operation and growth strategy. After starting her first business at 22, Danielle has gone on to become a serial, international 7-figure entrepreneur and is the COO and President at BossBabe.  

As a trained business coach and a Doctor of Chiropractic, Danielle’s passions Iie in high performance, business strategy and operational scalability. Coupled with her understanding that success is more than just business skills but encompasses personal development, facing challenges head on and striving for the best version of yourself - Danielle’s impact is clearly seen in BossBabe’s mission and philosophy. 

Based in Los Angeles, Danielle also co-hosts The BossBabe Podcast with Natalie, where the two share candid conversations and interview aspirational leaders across an array of industries. 

Dec 21, 2020
643. Expectation Hangovers, Comebacks, & Building Companies - with Marian Leitner
37:46

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Going all-in on an idea
  • Working hard on your passion
  • Getting your idea into the hands of consumers
  • Hiring above your skill level
  • Making it through hard times

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

In this quickie interview, Marian Leitner of Archer Roose Wines shares the story of founding an alcohol company, when she knew it was time to go all-in on her business, and how being an entrepreneur is full of hard times. For anyone interested in starting a business, or curious to hear from someone who’s been through it before, this is a great resource.

 

Question Highlights:

  • Where did the idea for Archer Roose Wines come from, and what was the tipping point that made you go all-in?
  • Did you come across why there weren’t a lot of competing companies in your industry?
  • Who do you go to to help get your idea off the ground?
  • What was a time where you felt close to quitting?

 

Guest Bio:

Marian Leitner-Waldman is the Co-Founder and CEO of Archer Roose Wines. Founded with her husband, David Waldman, co-founder of Pheasant's Tears Winery, Archer Roose is a modern wine company that brings terroir driven wines to consumers with a rebellious spirit. Their wines are served at James Beard Award Winning Restaurants, boutique hotels and hip rooftop bars and have been recognized by Wine Enthusiast, SevenFifty, CNBC, Forbes and the Washington Post for their quality and sustainable formats. Marian holds a B.A. from Johns Hopkins University in International Relations. She is a MassChallenge Finalist and a Babson Breakaway Challenge Finalist, and recognized by the Boston Harbor Angels as one of the top entrepreneurs of the year. While Archer Roose has operations in four countries (Argentina, Chile, France and Italy), Marian lives in Boston's South End with her husband, their son, Lawson, and their dog Flashman.

Dec 17, 2020
642. Q&A: Goal Setting
30:36

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Sharing your vulnerability
  • Strengthening your dream muscle
  • Setting stretch goals

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around goal setting.

 

@tracydestefano

My goal and dream muscle is weak. How do I strengthen it?

 

How do you set goals that stretch you yet are attainable?

Dec 16, 2020
641. Lori Turns 40!
18:44

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How our priorities change over the years
  • My biggest accomplishments
  • Looking ahead to my 50’s
  • The universal lessons I’ve learned
  • One “must do” in my 40’s

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Age is just a number, but sometimes these milestones will make you reflect on things. Since I just hit my 40th year on this planet, we’re going to take some time to reflect on my biggest accomplishments, what I’m surprised I haven’t done yet, and what’s coming next.

Dec 15, 2020
640. How to Stop Holding Back on Your Truth
57:35

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Having a spiritual awakening
  • Being grounded in your truth
  • Holding onto your ego and your old identity
  • The fear of changing and disappointing people
  • The root chakra
  • The sacral chakra

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Taylor Simpson has been in my friend circle for a while, and over the years she has become so unapologetic about her gifts. She helps women tap into a frequency that will attract the abundance they desire, all through tapping into their inner chakra. Her mission is to empower women around the world and to remove the blocks that are holding them back, and she’s going to share with us how you can tap into your own truths.

Question Highlights:

 

  • How did you get into chakras?
  • Can you explain what it’s like to have a spiritual awakening?
  • Tell me about the root chakra?
  • Can you tell us about the sacral chakra?

 

Guest Bio:

Taylor Simpson is a Spiritual Expansion Mentor who has helped transform the lives of over 1,800 women around the world. She does this by helping women deepen into their Truth through healing childhood wounds, uncovering hidden mindset blocks and getting to the root of all that’s been holding them back from living their most abundant and aligned life! She is the host of A Taylored Adventure to Happiness, founder of The Abundant Life Experience, The Higher Self Mastermind and ASCEND where women every day are fully step into their Higher-Selves, which means calling in their desires effortlessly. Taylor has been featured in media outlets such as The Washington Post, Reader's Digest and delivered training for world-class brands like Mary Kay. As a sought after motivational speaker and Spiritual Mentor, Taylor Simpson is unapologetic about what it takes to receive what you desire, do what you want and become the person you were designed to be. She is on a mission to help every woman create their own #AbundantAF life and to feel good while doing so!

Dec 14, 2020
639. Eliminate, Delegate, and Duplicate Your Way to Success
14:27

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Eliminating what doesn’t need to be in your life
  • Delegating and asking for help
  • Duplicating activities to making them easier

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

It’s a crazy season right now! I’m sure we’re all feeling a little overwhelmed. I want to talk about some of the things I’m doing in order to negate overwhelm this holiday season. Overwhelm and anxiety are common when things start to get out of control, so it’s important to find ways to deal with it that work for you.

Dec 10, 2020
638. Q&A: Networking
27:14

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The right mindset when reaching out to a new investor
  • Asking questions to make connections
  • Setting expectations

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around networking.

 

@jennifer_

When reaching out to a new investor, what is your mindset and attitude?

 

@sheilaabotelho

How do I create authentic connections virtually that lead to beautiful, lasting collabs?

Dec 09, 2020
637. How to Navigate Holiday Overwhelm
20:51

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Having an expectation hangover
  • Concentrating on the wrong things
  • The importance of doing your non-negotiables
  • Letting go of what you can

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

We are feeling a lot of overwhelm right now. I’m sure many of you are too. We’re not here to complain without finding a lesson in it all, so we’re going to talk about what we’ve been doing—and what you can do—when you find yourself feeling overwhelmed.

Dec 08, 2020
636. Social Media Strategy Made Easy - with Jera Foster-Fell
51:41

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Making virtual connections on social media
  • Picking a niche and diving in
  • Finding TikTok success
  • Nurturing your community
  • Focusing on your story
  • Writing powerful captions
  • Finding the strategy that works best for you

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Jera Foster-Fell has built a social media presence that she now leverages into a multi-six-figure business. She’s a master of social media marketing and personal branding, and she’s passionate about teaching others all that she knows. We talk about the struggles of starting out as a new brand online, testing things out, and building a community instead of a following. She knows what she’s talking about and you’re going to learn so much from her.

Question Highlights:

  • Why do people follow you on social media?
  • What was your story about being unhappy in your career?
  • Why are you blowing up on TikTok?
  • Why is nurturing your communities so important right now?
  • What are the tangible things you can do to nurture your community?
  • How do you break your strategy into a daily plan?
  • What’s important to know when you’re trying to put effort into your social media?
  • How do you deal with negativity online?

Guest Bio:

In five years, Jera went from drowning in a soul-sucking job with no defined purpose while suffering from social anxiety, to owning a multiple six-figure business and dominating the lifestyle sector of social media.

She has built her community of more than 175k followers on Instagram and 500k followers on TikTok, and has crowned herself the queen of pivoting (from graphic design, to SoulCycle instructor, to content creator, to Instagram strategist).

With her immense experience and success, Jera's current passion is teaching all that she's learned to others with her signature course, The Social Media Saloon, and with her one-on-one clients.

Jera coaches the ins and outs of creating your own personal brand online, the secrets to building a loyal and engaged community, and all the steps to take to use social media as a positive tool for your business.

Dec 07, 2020
635. 10 Biz Q's That Will Make You Money
10:16

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Asking yourself questions about your business and finding answers
  • Focusing in on what makes your business profitable
  • Generating revenue in your business
  • Getting referrals
  • Not avoiding your problems

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

If you’re a business owner, then you need to be able to ask yourself hard questions—and find answers for those questions. Today, I’m going to share 10 questions you need to be asking yourself about your business to move you forward.

Dec 03, 2020
634. Q+A: Big Changes
28:24

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How to know when to let go
  • Asking if you are capable of something
  • Why there are no wrong decisions

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around big changes.

 

Questions:

@laurynjuhl asks: How do you know when to let go of something that’s great but isn’t aligned with where you’re going?

 

@gale_mitch_ asks: Do you get decision remorse? If so, how do you mitigate it?

Dec 02, 2020
633. Five Questions That Will Change Your Life
24:36

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The power of asking yourself hard questions
  • Tolerating things you don’t want
  • Being who you want to be
  • Pretending not to know things
  • Forgiving other people
  • What you’ve always wanted to do

 

Resources:

  • Text 2021 to 310-421-0416 to ask about our income accelerator program

 

Show Notes:

Why don’t people take the time to ask themselves questions? We have five questions you should ask yourself to have a good life. They’re questions people usually don’t ask themselves, and some of them are hard to answer, but these questions have literally transformed my life. If you take the time to answer them honestly, and put in the work towards changing the answer to what you want, you will see massive results in your life.

Dec 01, 2020
632. Do Business Your Own Way - with Jayde Nicole
54:49

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Not being taken seriously as a woman in business
  • The importance of networking and building relationships
  • Building a business your own way
  • Adapting to the pandemic
  • Letting women know they have options

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Jayde Nicole blows my mind and rocks my world. She started out as a model and actress and quickly figured out that she was very business savvy. But when she started investing in different businesses, she wasn’t taken very seriously — and when that finally hit a tipping point, she decided to start her own company. Today, she’s one of the owners and founders of Sugar Taco, a vegan restaurant that is completely woman-owned. She is such a visionary, and the way she thinks is going to rock your world.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • What is it that you’ve started and how did it come about?
  • How did you navigate the challenge of getting your voice heard?
  • What are the takeaways that were painful in the moment but paid off?
  • How did the relationships you built come to fruition later on?
  • How do you vet your investors?
  • What do you tell first time investors?
  • How did you manage the fear and stay cool?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Jayde Nicole is a vegan, environmentalist and animal activist.

Jayde seeks to educate people on the seriousness of protecting our environment, our oceans and the animals we share this planet with. She participates in and organizes beach & ocean clean ups, volunteers at the marine mammal care center, and educates people on how to reduce their impact on our environment through social media. Jayde created her dog rescue, EDL Foundation in 2013 but her love of all animals has been with her for her entire life. At the age of five she informed her mother in a way only a five year old can do, that she would no longer be eating meat, and so began her path to help as many animals as she could. Her move from small-town Port Perry, Ontario to Los Angeles, California, which is overwhelmed with dog shelters, helped to focus her efforts towards helping dogs. EDL seeks to educate people on pet population control, animal adoption, and proper care. They rescue dogs abandoned and neglected at kill shelters as well as homeless and displaced  pets. EDL rehabilitates these dogs and then helps find them their forever homes.

Nov 30, 2020
631. Stop Taking So Long to Decide
10:01

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Taking decisions faster
  • Focusing on what is good
  • Applying positive pressure

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

People often dwell on their decisions for too long, worrying about whether it’s the right decision. But this worry paralyzes us from taking rapid action that can actually transform our lives. Instead of taking so much time to make a decision, you need to treat each decision as an experiment and be willing to correct. Every right decision will make up for several wrong ones, the key is to just make more decisions.

Nov 26, 2020
630. Please Get Your Hopes UP!
16:01

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • One of the most raw, emotional moments in our time together
  • How Beckah Shae’s “LIFE” inspired Lori
  • You don’t need perfect clarity to start dreaming

 

Resources:

  • Listen: “Beckah Shae - LIFE”
  • Want to accelerate your income in 2021? Text “2021” to 310.421.0416 to learn more.

 

Show Notes:

“Don’t get your hopes up” is one of the worst sentences in the English language. Not only is it just rude, it’s a self-fulfilling prophecy. If you don’t get your hopes up, if all you focus on is feeling negative, then you’re going to have a bad time. So, we implore you: get your hopes WAY up, dream like it’s going out of style, and make tomorrow exactly what you want it to be.

Nov 24, 2020
629. Winging It is Better Than Planning - With Emma Isaacs
55:57

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Why winging it is better than planning, every time
  • Becoming a self-made millionaire by 23
  • Knowing your role as a leader
  • Creating a culture statement for your business
  • Almost everyone is winging it, some are just more confident
  • Creating a plan to scale your business
  • How Emma runs a business and takes care of 6 kids
  • Creating a product by leveraging what you already have
  • Why you should tell your story above all else
  • Understanding how you get energy



Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Emma Isaacs has quickly become one of my favorite people on the entire planet — no exaggeration — and she has profoundly changed my life in a very short time. She is one of the most generous people I’ve ever met, and her new book, “Winging It,” has given me one of the greatest gifts that a person can receive: a fire under your ass and the motivation to take decisive action.

 

Question Highlights:

  • Can you tell me about starting in the entrepreneurial world so young?
  • What was your crash course in taking over a company?
  • How did you create your model for leadership? Did it come naturally to you?
  • Where did the idea for “Winging It” come from?
  • How did you set up your plan for growth?
  • What is your definition of Winging It?
  • Where in your life are you currently winging it?
  • What is your advice for creating a product by leveraging what you already have?
  • Who is the ideal reader for your book?

 

Guest Bio:

Emma Isaacs is the Founder and Global CEO of Business Chicks. A business owner by the age of 18, property investor by 19, and self-made millionaire by 23, Emma Isaacs has entrepreneurship and achievement in her DNA. As the founder of Business Chicks—a thriving global community that operates on two continents in eleven cities – her team produces more than 100 events annually, with past speakers including Sir Richard Branson, Sarah Jessica Parker, Brené Brown, Diane von Furstenberg, and Kate Hudson, among others - and as a committed philanthropist has now raised more than $13million for various non-profits.

Emma is also the author of the bestselling book Winging It (released September 2020). It's endorsed by Seth Godin, Mark Manson, Elizabeth Gilbert, Arianna Huffington and many more and builds a beautiful case for going after your dreams without having a perfect roadmap to get you there.

Emma is a mom to six kids (aged 11 through to four months) and recently live-streamed the homebirth of her sixth child from her living room with tens of thousands of viewers tuning in to watch his peaceful arrival. She doesn’t believe in work/life balance, preferring to advocate for a full life where people are in constant evaluation of what they truly want from it. A fearless leader with seemingly never-ending courage to spare, Emma inspires thousands with her boundless energy and ability to see possibility wherever she goes.

Nov 23, 2020
628. Rest Or Cry, But Don't Quit
10:11

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Those who don’t have dreams tend to kill other people’s dreams
  • Choosing to do the difficult thing (even when you’re scared)
  • Stop caring about what others think of you, start caring about what you think of you
  • Leaning into faith over fear
  • If you don’t have a good example, become the example

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Have you ever shared your dream with someone, possibly even one of your closest friends or family, and they just… brush it off, or even laugh in your face? There are a lot of Dream Killers out there, often they’re the people we’re closest to, but we can’t let them crush our dreams just because they might be hard. If you only pursue what’s easy, you’ll only live a halfway life — and we only get one chance at this.

Nov 19, 2020
627. We're Leaving California!!
25:39

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Why we’re leaving California
  • The best things about this chapter of our lives
  • What we’re excited for in the next phase
  • Making decisions quickly

 

Resources:

  • Text COUPLES to 310-421-0416 to ask about our high powered couples experience for 2021

 

Show Notes:

It’s official: We are leaving California! We love California for what it was, but in the decade that we’ve lived here, we have changed, and it’s changed too. We talk about what we love about California, why we’re leaving, what we’ll miss, and what we’re excited for in the future.

Nov 17, 2020
626. Coming out of 2020 a Warrior: Biz & Life Lessons with Celeb Hair Stylist Justin Anderson
01:00:47

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Finding clarity on what matters
  • Finding success by putting in a ton of work
  • Learning to be vulnerable
  • Slowing down and taking on less
  • Doing what you believe is going to work
  • Being okay with disagreeing with people
  • Getting to know celebrities personally

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Justin Anderson is a super fun follow on Instagram, but he also has a deep side. He grew up in Southern California near the water, and his fascination with the way ocean water and the sun naturally lightened hair led to his interest in hair color as a profession. He apprenticed with experts until his talents led to him being anointed “a rising star of blonde Hollywood” by Vogue. Today, he leads dpHUE in the development of products and educational content to enable people all over to best care for their color and keep their hair color. He’s a genius businessman, and there are so many levels to him.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • Is it possible to be balanced when you’re starting a business or do you have to work insanely hard to break through and find success?
  • Did you have to train people to ask for what you need?
  • What’s challenging for you right now?
  • What’s your advice for someone who thinks they’re just one thing?
  • What would you say to people who aren’t seeing the support they need?
  • Can you tell me about your In The Chair podcast?
  • What’s your favorite thing to talk about?

 

 

Guest Bio:

A native of Southern California, Justin grew up near and in the water, surfing with his parents and siblings. His fascination with the way ocean water and the sun naturally lightened hair, led to his interest in hair color as a profession.

He apprenticed with leading blonde experts before his undeniable talent led to his own chair and Vogue anointing him, “a rising star of blonde Hollywood.”

His work with celebrities catapulted him to the top of the Beverly Hills salon community and demand for Justin’s services extended well beyond blondes. Today, Justin leads dpHUE in the development of products and educational content to enable people everywhere to best care for their color and keep their hair healthy.

Nov 16, 2020
625. Why You Need a Platform Element in Your Business
17:06

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What it means to create a business platform
  • How I got a book deal
  • Adding value to other’s lives
  • Creating next-level relationships

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

If you’re building a business, I want you to consider thinking of your business as a platform for other people. What does that mean? A platform is anything where you get to showcase another person’s voice. Every single thing that you desire is going to come through human connection, and we can do that by not only creating the brand that we want, but thinking about how it can serve, connect, and elevate other people.

Nov 12, 2020
624. Q+A: Confidence
28:29

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being relatable to your audience
  • Remaining confident
  • Finding support

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around confidence.

 

Questions:

@bsimpsonfitness asks: How do you manage your feelings if your feelings are that someone else is doing it better?

 

@squatsandsnacks asks: How do you remain confident when people closest to you don’t believe in you?

Nov 11, 2020
623. Seven Ways to Save Your Day!
21:25

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Creating habits to pull yourself out of a funk
  • Our day-saving morning routine
  • Taking control of your atmosphere

 

Resources:

  • Text BUNDLE to 310-496-8363 to get a link to our course flash sale

 

Show Notes:

We all experience highs and lows in our life, and it’s important to learn how to move through the day no matter how down you get. Whether you wake up on top of cloud 9 or feeling blue for no reason in particular, you have to develop tactics to get the most out of every day. 

Nov 10, 2020
622. Creating a Better Business Model - with Brittany Driscoll
01:01:06

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Dealing with stress
  • Brittany’s background
  • Managing the hard days
  • Owning a franchise business
  • The investment process of starting a franchise business
  • Franchising out your business
  • Getting help

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Brittany Driscoll is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer at Squeeze, which is dedicated to creating a better massage experience and brought to you from the founders of Drybar. At the age 25, Brittany was diagnosed with stage 2 melanoma. She caught it early and is now cancer free, but it changed her perspective on life forever. Along with her husband, who is also a cancer survivor, they are dedicated to building a positive mindset and healthy lifestyle, which motivates her even more to continue the feel good revolution at Squeeze.

 

Question Highlights:

  • How are you dealing with stress?
  • What is your background?
  • What do your hard days look like?
  • When is franchising the right option for someone?
  • Who is this for?
  • How does the investment process work for starting a franchise?

 

Guest Bio:

Brittany is Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Squeeze and responsible for, well, everything. Prior to launching Squeeze, Brittany spent four years running marketing for Drybar where she helped take the company from $30M to more than $100M. She also opened more than 50 new shops and launched the Drybar product line internationally, as well as in Sephora, Ulta and Nordstrom.

Before Drybar, Brittany spent over a decade in marketing and advertising at agencies, including Mistress (Mattel, The Coca-Cola Company, Hilton Worldwide), RAPP (Skype, Toyota) and experiential agency USMP (Home Depot). Brittany believes wholeheartedly in the power of a great experience and is excited to build a feel-good revolution!

Nov 09, 2020
621. Stop Fighting For Your Limitations
10:36

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Why you are fighting for your limiting beliefs
  • How to rewrite your story
  • Taking steps towards your future

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

When you focus on the negative aspects of yourself, when you continue to bring up evidence of why you aren’t good enough, you are fighting to hold on to your limiting beliefs. Stop telling yourself these things are true! It’s a decision, and if you’re telling yourself it’s not, then you’re deciding the hold on to your limitations.

Nov 05, 2020
620. Q and A on Collaboration
40:46

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Having a sense of humor
  • Believing in our intentions
  • Collaborating with others
  • Showing up to build a relationship
  • Getting over fear of competition

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around collaboration.

 

Questions:

@themeganotto

How do you approach or go about asking a brand or influencer to collaborate? Do you pitch them? Win them over? Charm them?

 

@danigmorris

How do you overcome the fear that collaborators in the same space as you are your competition?

Nov 04, 2020
619. How We Are Upper-Limiting Ourselves
25:55

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Reframing your day
  • Taking radical responsibility
  • When you are at your best

 

Resources:

  • Text “COUPLES” to 310-421-0416 to see if you’re a good fit for our small group of power couples

 

Show Notes:

Are you holding yourself back? We are often limiting our own potential in ways we don’t even realize. But we’re going to show you how you can identify the areas in which you are blocking yourself or preventing yourself from reaching the next level.

Nov 03, 2020
618. Create What You Wish Existed and Turn It Into a Massive Business - with Amy Lacey
01:07:51

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Building a business in the food industry and figuring it out
  • Growing from your mistakes
  • Living in gratitude
  • The 5 P’s of business
  • Getting lost in serving
  • Investing in yourself
  • The importance of setting an example as a female founder

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Amy Lacey and her company Cali’flour Foods are taking the food industry by storm. Long before I knew the person behind the product, I was a big fan. I’m all about feeling good about the food that we eat, and Amy’s food shows that you don’t have to compromise tasty food to be healthy. She’s so incredibly generous with her time and her wisdom, and she’s devoted to helping others launch their businesses as well.

Question Highlights:

 

  • What is your journey to build what you built?
  • Where can people find Cali’flour Foods?
  • What is your biggest mindset transformation?
  • Why is it so important for female founders to go for it and support each other?

 

Guest Bio:

Amy Lacey is the founder of Cali’flour Foods.   She believes that eating healthy should taste as good as it makes you feel.  Most people are tired of sacrificing flavor for health.  That is why she developed the first no mess, no-stress cauliflower pizza crust that actually satisfies your cravings so you can maintain your healthy lifestyle! 

Amy is one of the 23.5 million people suffering from an autoimmune disease.  After being diagnosed with lupus in 2010, she realized she needed to change her eating habits.  With that in mind, she set out to recreate foods that no longer worked for her. She measured the success of the products by her inflammatory reactions and finally came up with healthy and delicious alternatives to some of her favorites.  From that journey, Cali’flour Foods was born. 

Amy is a national best-selling author of Cali’flour Kitchen and The Clean Switch.     Her Cali’flour products have won numerous awards, have been featured on the Dr. Oz show, in Food & Beverage Magazine, GQ, and OK! magazine and as one of “Whoopi’s Favorite Things” on The View.  Cali’flour Foods is a two-time Clean Eating magazine award winner.

Amy’s future business plans include working with budding entrepreneurs to develop and launch their food products and continuing to mentor girls and young women.  When she is not hard at work, you can find Amy enjoying the great outdoors with her family.  Amy lives in Melbourne, Florida, with her husband, two sons, and daughter.

Nov 02, 2020
617. Level Up, Girl!
18:53

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Leveling up
  • The different zones of your life
  • Entering your zone of genius

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Every time we go to the next level, we’re faced with new problems. Except they’re not new problems, they’re the same problems dressed up a little fancier. In “The Big Leap” by Gay Hendricks, he talks about moving into your Zone of Genius, and that’s what I’m going to discuss today.

Oct 29, 2020
616. Q+A: Leveling Up
40:29

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Getting over imposter syndrome
  • Asking for help or figuring it out
  • Starting something new
  • Seeing the opportunity in your skill

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around leveling up.

 

Questions:

@amanda_eads

Can you talk about imposter syndrome? "Someone will find me out" after promotion.

 

@gail_mitch_

How do I tell that voice that tells me "no one is gonna want what I have to offer" to shut up?!

Oct 28, 2020
615. Turn Pressure Into Performance
18:34

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Celebrating the wins
  • The difference between stress and pressure
  • How to turn pressure into success
  • How we manufacture stress
  • Reframing pressure into momentum

 

Resources:

  • Text “COUPLES” to 310-421-0416 to see if you’re a good fit for our small group of power couples

 

Show Notes:

There is a huge difference between pressure and stress, but most people lump them together. One of them you should appreciate having, one of them you should avoid creating. One is going to help you produce, one is going to chip away at your productivity and your health. Pressure is the force that’s going to move you forward.

Oct 27, 2020
614. The Steps to Conflict Resolution in Business and Life - with Adrian Koehler
58:40

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Showing up to give rather than receive
  • How asking for help creates connection
  • Finding contentment versus being restless
  • Embracing discomfort
  • Getting an objective view of conflict
  • Bringing heart into the culture

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Let’s talk about solving problems. Adrian Koehler is an expert in conflict resolution, and while he specializes in coaching for business, his tactics can be used in every area of your life. If you become a master of navigating conflict, it’s amazing what you are capable of doing and what opens up;  you’re able to flow through life with a feeling of ease, without getting stuck in the conversations that slow so many of us down.

Question Highlights:

  • Who is your free training for and how can it help people?
  • What does it mean to hug the cactus?
  • What does it mean to get high?
  • What is double clicking?
  • What is signing your name?
  • What is riding the elephant?

Guest Bio:

Adrian Koehler is a leadership engagement expert and senior partner at the executive coaching firm, Take New Ground. He coaches executives and entrepreneurs in the art and science of leadership for themselves, their teams, and clients to create new, unprecedented results and experience fulfillment in their work. 

He is the Founder and Senior Partner at Take New Ground, a leadership coaching, training and consulting firm based in Los Angeles. TNG partners with select executives and organizations to get the results they want by creating the culture they need. He is the co-host of two engaging podcasts: Raising The Bar with Drybar Founder Alli Webb and The Naked Leadership Podcast with TNG Sr Partner Dan Tocchini. 

Drawing on his background in philanthropy, ministry, activism, and medicine, Adrian thrives in the extreme environments and finds comfort in difficult conversations—in fact, his passion for human performance has taken him around the globe, serving people in times of crisis, transformation, and stalemates. Over the last decade, Adrian has trained and developed leaders at NIKE, Virgin Hyperloop One, Jeni’s Ice Cream, Herschel Supply Co., Oprah Winfrey Network, Gavin DeBecker & Associates, Siegel & Gale, UCLA and elsewhere.

Prior to his work as an executive coach, Adrian was the founding executive director of The Cornerstone Project, a grant-giving foundation that supports positive life transformation and spiritual reconciliation for the incarcerated and those with criminal histories. Before moving to Los Angeles in 2005, Adrian worked as a pediatric intensive care specialist at Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago. He has also served as a pastor and community organizer at Mosaic LA and founded serveLA, Mosaic’s community dedicated to holistic development for the marginalized and vulnerable in Los Angeles. He received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing while playing football at Millikin University. Adrian resides in the heart of Hollywood, Los Angeles with his two children, Scout and Charli. 

Oct 26, 2020
613. New Level, New Devil
10:16

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Knowing there’s more available for you
  • Dealing with imposter syndrome
  • Choosing to believe.

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

So often we think that once we reach the next level of our life, all of our problems will just go away—but we know that’s not the case. With every new level comes a new devil, and you have to resist the temptation to shrink back down. It’s important to be present with what we have while also remaining open to the fact that there is more available to us.

Oct 22, 2020
612. Q+A: Leap of Faith
20:08

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Showing up for your life and setting boundaries
  • Making peace with yourself
  • Finding your support drive

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around taking a leap of faith.

 

Questions:

@jourdanalysse

How do you eliminate feelings of resentment and rise above without suppressing them?

 

@khillrocks

When you're starting a new brand how do you find your support tribe?

Oct 21, 2020
611. Important Relationship Hacks
24:58

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The challenges most couples face
  • Not sacrificing your relationship for your businesses
  • Working with high-performance couples
  • Having mandatory dates
  • Building growth experiences into your dates

 

Resources:

  • Text “COUPLES” to 310-421-0416 to see if you’re a good fit for our small group of power couples
  • Text “2021” to 310-421-0416 to learn more about our hands-on income accelerator

 

Show Notes:

Let’s talk about the most important container we’ve built for our lives and our relationship, as well as the specific reasons we built it. We are both going big in our businesses, and we are building a container to make sure that we are never sacrificing the growth of our relationships at the expense of the growth of our businesses. We are creating that container now and we’ll teach you how to as well.

Oct 20, 2020
610. Building a Massive Company with Purpose - with Brandin Cohen
54:04

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Coming across your entrepreneurial idea
  • Taking feedback and listening to the market
  • Finding joy in the journey
  • Hiring for your weaknesses
  • Being relentless and committed

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Brandin Cohen is the CEO and Founder of Liquid I.V. Growing up, he was always into health, wellness, and optimization. While working for the Arizona Diamondback professional baseball team, he saw the players drinking hydration drinks made for kids. He began learning about the science and nutrition behind it and realized that nothing was really tapping into this. He sought out how to create his own version without all the preservatives and sweeteners and created a brand formulated for adults. He shares all about how anyone with the right mindset and a willingness to make things happen can succeed.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • Where did your entrepreneurial journey start?
  • How did you learn to take feedback from users?
  • What would you tell someone who is now scaling if that’s not their strength?
  • What’s a question you wish more people would ask you?
  • How do you get re-excited about what you’re doing?
  • What is a skill you built that is now a superpower?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Brandin Cohen is the CEO and Founder of Liquid I.V., which has been his entire life since he started the company in 2012 when he was 24 years old. Liquid I.V. has now sold over 100 million servings of their breakthrough Hydration Multiplier product, donated over 5 million servings to people in need around the globe, and built an incredible team dedicated to their mission of Changing The World and helping people everywhere live better lives.

Oct 19, 2020
609. How to Create Beliefs That Accomplish Your Goals
19:00

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What beliefs are and how they affect you
  • How to challenge your beliefs
  • Creating all empowering beliefs
  • Questions to ask yourself to challenge your beliefs

 

Resources:

  • Text 2021 to 310-421-0416 to learn more about our Income Accelerator program
  • Text COUPLES to 310-421-0416 to ask about our high-performing couple group

 

Show Notes:

If there’s one thing that has helped me to uplevel and move beyond what’s holding me back, it’s looking at my current beliefs and challenging them. Beliefs create the system for how we show up in the world, but they are not the truth. In this episode, I go over how you can force yourself to challenge your existing beliefs in order to grow.

Oct 15, 2020
608. How to Manage the Highs and Lows
20:30

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Experiencing the highs and lows
  • Being a match to what you want
  • Finding silver linings in the lows
  • Taking accountability for the outcome of your life

 

Resources:

  • Text 2021 to 310-421-0416 to see if our mastermind is the right fit for you

 

Show Notes:

You’re going to experience highs and lows every single day. If you’re doing things right, they are always going to coexist at the same time. You can’t get addicted to one or the other because they will always be there. It’s really easy to get addicted to the highs or put too much emphasis and importance on the lows, but in order to sustain yourself, you need to find balance.

Oct 13, 2020
607. Hungry for Happiness - with Samantha Skelly
44:45

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What is possible through breathwork
  • Fulling your desires
  • How to feel our feelings fully
  • How breathwork works
  • How integration is required for sustainable change
  • Getting started with breathwork

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Samantha Skelly is a 7-figure entrepreneur, an amazing speaker, a best-selling author, a wellness coaching expert, and a great friend of mine. She discovered breathwork by mistake, but she loved it — and it completely transformed her life from the inside out. Now she wants to share with the world what we are all capable of through something as simple as breath.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • How did you get into breathwork?
  • How do we balance being ambitious while being chill?
  • What are the steps you need to do with breathwork?
  • How does breathwork work?
  • Why are people getting frustrated with personal development work without actually making progress?
  • What are you working through right now?
  • Can you tell us about your new book?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Samantha Skelly is a 7-figure entrepreneur, sought after international speaker, best-selling author, and wellness coaching expert. She founded both Hungry for Happiness, a movement that helps people experience true transformation and happiness through trained certified coaches who utilize emotional and energetic coaching techniques, and PAUSE Breathwork, which has a mission to unite humanity by helping people breathe, feel, and thrive. Samantha has revolutionized the weight loss and self-help industries by examining the individual and underlying causes of food, body, and self-love issues. She has shared her mission on an international platform, with appearances on Global TV, Shaw, NBC, CBC, and BBC, and she’s also been featured in various publications, such as Forbes, The Huffington Post, The Elephant Journal, and The Prevail Project. Samantha continues to spread her message and transform the lives of tens of thousands of people through her programs, worldwide international retreats, motivational speaking engagements, the popular Hungry for Happiness podcast, and her best-selling Hay House book, Hungry For Happiness.

Oct 13, 2020
606. Do This When You Feel Helpless - with Tanya Ramos
28:00

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Giving kids opportunities to learn
  • Creating programming for kids
  • Raising awareness for charity efforts
  • The good that comes from helping others

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

In this episode, I want to highlight someone who has been a huge influence in Chris’ and my life, Tanya Ramos, the CEO of Pencils of Promise. Chris and I have found so much meaning and purpose in working with Pencils of Promise. We talk about why it’s so important and how you can get involved.

 

Question Highlights:

  • How did you get started working with Pencils of Promise?
  • What does Pencils of Promise do for the kids?
  • What is a question you wish more people would ask you?
  • What keeps you up at night?

 

Guest Bio:

Tanya Ramos is a leader of color who has devoted her career to improving educational opportunities and life outcomes for young people in the most low-resourced communities around the world. A tireless advocate for educational equality, she currently serves as the CEO of Pencils of Promise, a global nonprofit, and has successfully guided the organization to international recognition as a key player in the philanthropic world. 

Her and the star-studded list of Pencils of Promise supporters have been interviewed and featured about the cause on multiple media platforms including Forbes, CBS This Morning, Towne and Country and Fast Company.

Tanya received her Master of Science in Urban Policy and Management from New School University and has been honored with the Annie E. Casey Foundation Award for exemplary work in underserved communities.

Oct 08, 2020
605. Q+A: Burnout
22:02

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Showing up through burnout
  • How to push through difficult times
  • Giving yourself rest

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around burnout.

 

Questions:

@andreazabka

How do you keep pushing through when you're definitely burnt out but have no choice but to show up?

 

@shannonshannonkweinstein

Are there early signs of burnout that can be detected before it gets to total burnout?

Oct 07, 2020
604. How to Get More Wins Than Losses
18:46

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Focusing on the short term and the long term
  • Doing it for yourself first
  • Being consistent
  • Knowing yourself
  • Finding what you can do consistently

 

Resources:

  • Text 2021 to 310-421-0416 to see if our mastermind is the right fit for you

 

Show Notes:

After hitting 600 episodes and 25 million downloads on Earn Your Happy, Chris and I unbox the lessons I’ve learned since starting that have kept me motivated and led to major wins all around starting this podcast.

Oct 06, 2020
603. Get Rejected All The Way to the Top - with Kim Perell
01:03:55

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being committed to long-term success
  • The importance of execution
  • The five traits of execution
  • Finding a mentor
  • Accelerating your side hustle
  • Studying your competition
  • Doing what you love every day

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

If you aren’t getting rejected constantly, you are not asking enough questions. We usually think of rejection as a bad thing, but it’s a good thing—it’s how you know you’re moving forward, how you get out into the world, and how you grow stronger. Kim Perell has so much wisdom and has changed my life already. She’s going to show us how we can execute on our dreams, tell us it’s possible to achieve them, and share with us the steps to get there.

 

Question Highlights:

  • What’s been true for you as an entrepreneur in order to achieve success?
  • What should people implement first when they have a great idea?
  • Do you still have a mentor?
  • What do you do if you don’t have an audience before building a product?
  • Where do you go when you know who you want to get advice from but you don’t have something to offer them?
  • What’s the vision that’s exciting you right now?

 

Guest Bio:

Kim Perell is an award-winning entrepreneur, investor, and bestselling author, who has made headlines for her transformative story of a startup entrepreneur to leading tech CEO and prominent angel investor.  

Laid off at her first job out of college at an internet startup that went bankrupt, Kim began her journey as an entrepreneur from her kitchen table and grew the company to over $100 million in annual revenue.  Kim went from broke and unemployed to selling her first company and becoming a multi-millionaire by the time she was 30 and selling her last company for $235 million.

A great believer in paying it forward, Kim’s passion is to help others achieve success.   Kim is an early-stage investor in over 80 start-ups, 16 of which have successfully been acquired by some of the largest Fortune 500 companies.  Kim’s first book, The Execution Factor, The One Skill That Drives Success, is a national bestseller, designed to help others achieve success in business and life by mastering execution. 

Kim’s achievements as an entrepreneur have been widely recognized.  She has been named one of AdAge’s Marketing Technology Trailblazers, Business Insider’s Most Powerful Women in Mobile Advertising, is an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, and was named Entrepreneur of the Year by the National Association of Female Executives. Kim has been profiled by The New York Times, Forbes, CNN Money, Entrepreneur Magazine, Inc Magazine, Business Insider, and The Huffington Post.

Kim has been featured on CNBC, Fox Business, MSNBC, hosted Good Morning America’s Side Hustle Showdown, a week-long competition for aspiring entrepreneurs to win capital for their side hustles, and was a guest on Good Morning America’s Kidventors special featuring kid inventors under 13 years old with their inventions.  Kim regularly appears as a judge on  Entrepreneur Magazine’s Elevator Pitch series, where entrepreneurs have 60 seconds to pitch a business idea to a boardroom of investors. 

Kim graduated magna cum laude from Pepperdine University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. An avid traveler (more than 70 countries visited), she and her husband live in San Diego, California, with their two sets of twins.

Oct 05, 2020
602. Universal Truths for a Great Life
18:32

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Following universal truths in life
  • Faith and patience
  • Pushing through resistance
  • Growth under pressure

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

There are universal truths that, if you follow them, you will have a good life and you will just feel so much better. In this episode, I share the universal truths I’ve uncovered that have helped me to live a great life.

Oct 01, 2020
601. Q+A: Trust
24:56

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Not holding back from the universe
  • Getting inspired instead of jealous
  • Learning how to trust again
  • Being vulnerable

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around trust.

 

Question:

@jennlivingston27

Once your trust is broken in a relationship, how do you work to trust again in future relationships?

Sep 30, 2020
600. The Importance of Investing in Women
14:31

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Why Lite Pink is only using female investors
  • How investing can make you big money
  • Believing in your own dreams
  • Educating others on investing

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

While raising capital for Lite Pink, I have made it a priority to only raise money with women investors. It’s so important to create the space for women to invest in other women, to learn about investing and participating in each others’ businesses. And it’s important that when you are building your business you stay true to your values and build it the right way instead of the fast way.

Sep 29, 2020
599. Navigating Big Kid Problems - with Sarah Merrill
01:13:18

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Pursuing your interests
  • Building up your business on the side
  • How to know when to go all in and what to do when it’s time
  • Staying organized when self-employed
  • Getting comfortable with networking
  • How to handle social media marketing

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Sarah Merrill is the kind of girlfriend who you can’t wait to hang out with again because she’s just so much fun. She’s the hilarious comedy writer and creator of “BigKidProblems,” where she pokes fun at the absurdities and struggles of growing up. She shares how she went about starting her blog and website, how she narrowed in on the parts she loved doing the most, and how she pivoted from running it on the side to going full time with it.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • Tell me all about BigKidProblems
  • Why did you stay so long at a temporary job?
  • What did you focus on to grow BigKidProblems?
  • What would you say for someone who is working from home and needs to feel organized?
  • How do you network when you’re not comfortable with it?
  • What do you see people doing wrong on social media?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Sarah Merrill is the comedy writer and creator of "BigKidProblems," a wildly popular Instagram account turned Blog and Podcast all about the daily struggles of growing up and navigating through the adult world. From tiny apartments to living on tinier paychecks and (ugh) the dating, Sarah uses a mixture of wry wit, pop culture references, and relatable experience to connect to and help her half-million followers navigate through the ups and downs of contemporary adulting. Whether you are twenty-two or sixty-two, there is no use in fighting it; we all have Big Kid Problems.

Through her social media fame, Sarah has appeared three times on the Emmy Award-winning Steve Harvey Show and spoken at various conferences and Universities about growing a business through Social Media. A collection of her original jokes were published by Andrews McMeel in 2020. 

Sep 28, 2020
598. Uncertainty Creates Superpowers
15:29

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How being comfortable with uncertainty leads to success
  • Surrendering to your circumstances
  • Experiencing the feelings of the life that you want

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

I’m the kind of person who likes certainty. I can eat the same thing every day, I can do the same workouts, and take the same walks—even if I know that’s not great for me. There are of course benefits to having routines and habits, but when you start feeling like you can’t survive without those rituals, it can start to force you into a rut. If you’re feeling stuck or not creative enough, it could be that you just need to switch up the energy.

Sep 24, 2020
597. Q+A: Transition and Rejection
17:34

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Handling silent rejection or ghosting
  • Having empathy
  • Leaning in
  • Expecting opportunities

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around transitions and rejection.

 

Question #1:

@kylie_loran

How do you handle silent rejection? Like people stop talking or don't make an effort?

 

Question #2:

@marissa.hamon

How to face imposter syndrome when experiencing good transitions?

Sep 23, 2020
596. How to get more done
17:16

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being productive in the right way
  • Prioritizing what moves you forward
  • Living and dying by your calendar
  • Doing the things that give you energy
  • Delegating effectively
  • Saying “no” more often



Resources:



Show Notes:

We always get questions about how we get so much done. Right now, we’re traveling on the road and we’re still showing up for business, for podcasts, for masterminds. Don’t get stuck comparing yourselves to us, though—we still fall short of our to-do lists and our goals for the day. But we still manage to do the most important things every day, and that’s the key. We’re going to outline what we do to make sure we’re getting the right things done to move our businesses and our lives forward.

Sep 22, 2020
595. Have a life while growing a massive business - with David Finkel
50:58

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Building a business while living your life
  • Prioritizing the actions that get you the most results
  • Focus days and push days
  • Hiring the right people for the right tasks
  • Role players vs growth players

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

You know that I am so into talking about business while also being able to preserve your life. If you have big dreams about business but you’re scared because you may not be able to manage being fulfilled and taking care of yourself, you have to listen to this conversation with David Finkel. As someone who has helped entrepreneurs and CEOs scale their businesses while simultaneously scaling back their involvement in the company, he is an expert on optimizing your business AND your life.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • How did you begin to focus on scaling businesses without sacrificing your life?
  • How do you know what to take action on first?
  • Can you talk about the importance of recharging?
  • How to manage hiring people when it first feels like more work?

 

 

Guest Bio:

David Finkel is author of The Freedom Formula and co-author of, SCALE: 7 Proven Principles to Grow Your Business and Get Your Life Back (written with Priceline.com co-founder Jeff Hoffman), and one of the nation’s most respected business thinkers. A Wall Street Journal and Business Week bestselling author of 12 business books, David’s a regular columnist for Inc.com, FastCompany.com, and Forbes.com reaching over 1M readers each year.    

Over the past 20 years, David and the Maui coaching and advisor team have scaled and sold over $62 billion of businesses.       

Maui Mastermind helps business owners build companies they love owning again--for the value they create, the lives they touch, the profits they earn, the team they employ, and the freedom they enjoy.  Their clients have enjoyed an average annual growth rate five times higher than the average privately held company, while at the same time reducing their companies’ reliance on them as the owners by an average of 191% percent.

An ex-Olympic-level athlete turned business multi-millionaire, David and his wife Heather, and their three sons live a very simple life in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Sep 21, 2020
594. Success Comes When You Believe This One Thing
18:39

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Believing that you can’t make a bad decision
  • Why you shouldn’t regret your decisions
  • The lessons you can learn from past decisions

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Whenever we’re making decisions, we tend to get stuck on one big fear: Making the wrong decision. You have to train yourself to believe that you can’t make a wrong decision, as crazy as it sounds. You won’t always make perfect decisions, but looking back you can always find value in whatever decision you’ve made, so don’t put so much pressure on yourself to have the perfect outcome when you can’t control the outcome.

Sep 17, 2020
593. Q+A: Transitions
31:18

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Finding a middle ground in marriage
  • Deciding what flaws you can accept and not fighting them
  • Not overburdening your relationships
  • Making peace with where people are after your transition

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around transitions.

 

Question #1:

@amandaibarkley

Just got married, seriously, today! Evans and Lori, what is your best marriage advice?

 

Question #2:

@micknicknackpattywack

Do I have to leave behind those who don't want/wish to transition with me?

Sep 16, 2020
592. Important Lessons From the Road!
18:38

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Surrendering perfection
  • Being adaptable
  • Asking better questions
  • Being patient and accepting

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

When you pack everything up to live on the road for a month, there’s a few things you quickly learn about yourself and the world. We’re visiting friends, doing some business, and seeing some friends. We’re going to share the lessons that we’ve learned while on the road and how they’re helping us in business and life.

Sep 15, 2020
591. Know Your Brand Archetype For More Sales and Customers - with Jennifer Kem
01:06:18

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Figuring out why people behave the way they do
  • Listening to your intuition
  • The brand archetypes
  • Finding your confidence
  • Being multi-passionate

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Jennifer Kem is all about confidence. She knows that confidence comes from clarity and knowing exactly what your brand and message are all about. Branding has helped me so much in my business, and there is no one better to learn it from than her. You’re going to learn so much from this conversation.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • How did you get into doing what you do today?
  • How do you help people listen to their intuition?
  • What is a brand archetype?
  • How can people find their archetypes?
  • Why are you obsessed with confidence right now?
  • What do you say to people who have too many ideas?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Jennifer Kem is a San Francisco Bay Area-based brand building and leadership expert who gets entrepreneurs seen, heard, and paid for being themselves. She’s the creator of the Master Brand Method: a framework to develop powerful brand archetypes that win customers’ hearts, leveraging Jennifer’s 20 years of corporate experience and her launching of multiple companies.

She uses the Master Brand method in strategic consulting for emerging entrepreneurs, celebrity brands like Oprah Winfrey Network and Steve Harvey, and major corporations including Verizon, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Bank of Hawaii. What she is most passionate about in her work today is her legacy project: Femmefluence, a platform that supports women leaders to fully rise into their influence and affluence, so they can make an even greater impact in the world.

Jennifer serves up straight talk wrapped in love because she understands entrepreneurs’ challenges: She built a retail business and became a millionaire at 32, only to lose it all in the recession two years later. She is now the successful owner of three million-dollar brand-building businesses and the mother of three children.

Sep 14, 2020
590: Action amidst chaos
12:46

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Just getting started
  • Finding what’s most important
  • Doing the hard things first
  • Getting rid of distractions

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

There is always a way to figure out your goals, and there will never be the perfect circumstances to start. Sometimes you just have to get it done and put it out there, even if things don’t turn out perfect. That is the only way you will ever carve out time for the things you want in your life.

Sep 10, 2020
589. Q+A: Handling rejection
28:58

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Know the source of who’s rejecting you
  • Having respect for yourself
  • Finding the positive in rejection
  • Looking at the bigger picture

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around rejection.

 

Question #1:

@makeup_by_darcy_danielle

How do you handle rejection in the form of someone being overly critical and just ugly?

 

Question #2:

@guelphnetworking

How do you find the positive in rejection? It's hard not to take it personally and own the rejection.

Sep 09, 2020
588: Our Advice on Growing Together with Chris Harder
21:28

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Accepting flaws
  • Taking time daily to put out the smoke
  • Deciding to support each other
  • Shortening the pain of arguments
  • Being aware of your environment

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

We have managed to survive 15 years of marriage. We wanted to share our highs and lows, our ups and downs, our goals and accomplishments, and everything else couples go through together. We’re going to share our actionable, tangible reasons that we’ve used to manage to stay together and thrive together as a couple.

Sep 08, 2020
587. You Are Enough - with Panache Desai
01:07:38

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Understanding what is happening in the world
  • Loving yourself for who you are
  • Coming from a place of peace and choosing what you have
  • Being of service to others
  • How authenticity polarizes people

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

If you’ve been feeling stressed or overwhelmed, this interview with Panache Desai is going to bring you back down. At the start of the pandemic, he immediately cancelled all of his speaking events and pivoted to assure people that they have the capacity to remain calm and connected during these times. His new book, “You Are Enough,” gives us the secret to finding peace. We talk about accepting yourself as you are while still striving for improvement, meeting others expectations, and coming from a place of peace.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • What has it been like being in prayer with people?
  • What questions should people be asking themselves?
  • How do we bridge the gap between accepting how you feel now and moving towards something better?
  • How do you come from a place of peace and see results?
  • What work do you need to do around meeting other people’s expectations?
  • How do you filter being a high achiever with making an impact?
  • How do you create a framework for showing up as yourself?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Panache Desai is a bestselling author, thought leader, and business and life catalyst. His loving and compassionate presence, and unique power of insight have transformed countless individuals, organizations, and companies across the globe. Through his gift of energetic transformation, Panache empowers people to break free from suffering and limitation, guiding them into greater states of connection, collaboration, and love. This mastery delivers astonishing levels of personal and professional success allowing them to discover and live a life that is truly without limits.

Panache has been interviewed by Oprah Winfrey on her wildly popular Super Soul Sunday show. He has collaborated alongside Deepak Chopra, stepped in for Rev. Michael Beckwith at the Agape International Spiritual Center, and worked with Neale Donald Walsch, Brian Weiss, MD and James Redfield. Panache’s new book, You Are Enough, will be published by HarperCollins in February 2020. His “You Are Enough Experience” nationwide tour begins March 1 in Austin, Texas and stops in 15 destinations across the country. 

Sep 07, 2020
586. Sales + Connection Hacks - with Rachel Joy
35:37

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What NLP is and how to model success
  • Stepping into who you want to be
  • Finding your people
  • Recognizing your purpose
  • Overcoming objections

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Rachel Joy is joining me to give you so much clarity on how to navigate sales, how to find your vision, and connecting deeply with your audience. We go over what the NLP model is and how you can apply it to your work to get more customers, more sales, and more CONFIDENCE!

Guest Bio:

Rachel Joy is a board-certified Trainer and Master Practitioner in NLP, EFT, T.I.M.E Techniques, Clinical Hypnotherapy, and Life & Success Coaching. Along with a background in health coaching, personal training, and addiction counseling, Rachel takes a unique approach to generate freedom in her clients' lives. While she focuses on online marketing and business strategy, she stresses the importance of the mind-body connection, and that being the foundation for anything you want to create in life and biz. She is a powerful facilitator of transformational change and certifies and guides other women to do the same, through her signature program, Transcend Academy; an accredited certification program, designed with the high-level support of a business mastermind, and the immersive experience of a spiritual retreat.

Sep 03, 2020
585. Q+A: How to collaborate
21:48

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How to say no in a loving way
  • Finding a win-win situation

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around collaboration.

 

Question #1:

@theracheljoy1

How to kindly turn down a collab that doesn't feel aligned?

 

Question #2:

@tamaramaria.ca

How do you approach someone to collab with a win/win idea?

Sep 02, 2020
584. 3 Top Biz + Life Tips
20:48

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How to not settle
  • Communicating your expectations effectively
  • Moving fast on your goals

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

We’re all about enhancing both your business AND your life, so today we have three tips that you can apply that will help with both. If you can master these three things, you will be able to crush it in both your business and your personal life.

Sep 01, 2020
583. Build an influential brand - with Rory Vaden
54:20

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How to find your focus
  • Defining the problem you solve
  • Serving your past self
  • Finding your passions
  • How to make money

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Whether or not you have a business yet, you have to get good at selling yourself in something that you love, and Rory Vaden knows all about that. He scaled a sales coaching business up to 8 figures and, at the same time, built up his personal brand. When he exited that business, he decided to teach people what he had spent his life learning: how to build a following, get book deals, book speaking engagements, and impact people’s lives. He’s going to share the exact steps you need to follow to find your message, discover your passion, and figure out how to make money from it.

 

Question Highlights:

  • What is the greatest challenge someone has to overcome in order to become a successful personal brand?
  • What are the steps to finding your own unique strengths?
  • What are the different ways to make money?

 

Guest Bio:

Rory Vaden is the New York Times bestselling author of Take the Stairs and Procrastinate on Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time. His insights on personal development, leadership and influence have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CNN, Entrepreneur, Inc, on Fox News national television and in several other major media outlets. As a world-renowned speaker, His TedX talk has been viewed more than 3 million times, he is a 2x World Champion of Public Speaking Finalist, and was recently inducted into the professional speakers Hall of Fame. He is also an 8-figure entrepreneur who serves in his new business as the Co-Founder of Brand Builders Group where he teaches people to build their influence, reputation and personal brand. You can find more about Rory including footage of him speaking at roryvaden.com.

Aug 31, 2020
582. You Can’t Do This Alone! Find Your People Here - with Lindsey Schwartz
41:43

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being the one who decides how your life is going to turn out
  • Stepping up for yourself and others
  • Surrendering what was meant to be
  • Showing up in a way that makes you proud
  • Making connections with like-minded people
  • Setting big goals

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Your dream may not be big enough if it only involves you. Maybe it’s time to reimagine your dreams and goals and find out how you can stay motivated through those big challenges. This year is not going the way that anyone thought it would and we’ve had to let go of some of those expectations, but chances are that this is setting us all up for something better — as long as we can see it and reach for it. So let’s talk about how you can step into who you are meant to be.

Guest Bio:

Lindsey Schwartz is an entrepreneur, top podcast host, and best-selling author. As a sought after speaker, Lindsey travels around the world inspiring women to get out of their own way and into action around their big ideas, and helping them create the careers they’ve always dreamed of.

After seeing numerous women in her life stop short of pursuing their own entrepreneurial dreams because of fear and self-doubt, she saw the need for more honest conversations about the ups & downs of entrepreneurship in order to show women that they don’t have to have it all together to get started. From there, the Powerhouse Women community, annual event, and podcast were born, with the motto that we're not meant to do business (or life) alone!

Aug 27, 2020
581. Q+A: How do you stay motivated in your current job when you want to work towards something else?
31:19

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Reframing daily
  • Treating every relationship as important
  • Starting new habits

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around working towards something new.

 

Question #1:

@stephzagordo28

How do you stay motivated in your current job when you want to work towards something else?

 

Question #2:

@chelsey.bird

What do you know now that you wish you had known when starting your business?

 

Question #3:

@dandi2901

Best way to keep or make new habits when you have like 10 you want to start or change?

Aug 26, 2020
580. How to know if you have a good business idea
17:03

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being excited for the problem you are solving
  • Starting a business with scaling in mind
  • Doing your research

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

The number one question we get from the hundreds of entrepreneurs we have coached over the past several years is “How do I know if my idea would make a good business?”. You can have a ton of good ideas—and they could all be equally good—but you can only ever chase one at a time. You have to invest into one so far and so deep that it has enough momentum to run on its own so you can invest the momentum, the income, and the lessons learned from that into the second idea. We’ve developed a framework for evaluating your ideas to find out which is the right fit before you dedicate your all to it.

Aug 25, 2020
579. Be Seen, Get on TV + Become a Super Connector - with Jen Gottlieb & Chris Winfield
01:05:41

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Why now is the time to get your message out there
  • The power of showing up confidently as yourself
  • How to prepare your mindset for appearing in media
  • Why you need to share your story
  • Focusing on gratitude
  • Why perfection is overrated

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Jen Gottlieb and Chris Winfield are two incredible human beings — and they have a challenge for you. These two are always teaching actionable things that you can see immediate results from, so I suggest you step up to their challenge and see where it takes you. Making connections with people that matter is the number one way I have built every single business, along with my willingness to ask and to show up for myself, and this episode is about becoming the ultimate connector — but you can’t do that unless you address your confidence first.

 

Question Highlights:

  • What do you guys do?
  • Where did the “Be on TV” Challenge come from?
  • What is the mindset like after you’re on TV?
  • Why is it important to get your story out into the world?
  • What challenges have you gone through in your business?
  • How do you get involved in the “Be on TV” Challenge?
  • What are you excited for most right now?

 

Guest Bio:

Renowned "Super Connectors" and Communication Experts Chris Winfield and Jen Gottlieb are co-founders of the multimillion-dollar company Super Connector Media, which helps people foster connections and relationships that matter.

The powerful business and life partner duo, whom Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop recently named among "11 Professionals Helping People Find More Satisfying , Successful Careers", are on a mission to empower people to cultivate in-person connections and relationships and find more fulfillment in their personal and professional lives.

Aug 24, 2020
578. 5 things she did to 4x her business - with Jenn Kennedy
37:13

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How important your tribe is
  • How all businesses solve people’s problems
  • Asking for what you need
  • Staying in your gifts
  • The importance of being flexible

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

On today’s “quickie” episode, I have a special guest, Jenn Kennedy! Two years ago, she didn’t know what the word “entrepreneur” really meant, but she became one through the process of helping people. As she went through the journey of losing weight and improving her health, she documented the whole process and was hit up with questions constantly. Before she knew what she was getting into, she had a coaching business. We’re going to share five tips that entrepreneurs need to do to up-level in their business.

Guest Bio:

Jenn Kennedy is an entrepreneur, coach, speaker, and CEO of Impact to Income. 

Jenn became an entrepreneur simply by helping people. As she documented her health and weight loss journey, women started asking her for help. She started teaching and helping women finally lose weight and heal their relationship with food. Before she knew it, she had a business. As her nutrition coaching business quickly grew, she closed the door to her 8-year career as an elementary teacher and principal in training.

Just over a year later, after watching online coaches struggle with making the money and impact they were meant for, she built Impact to Income. Now, she teaches and mentors coaches and entrepreneurs to grow their impact, scale their income as a result, and live the life they dream of.  

In just a year, she has scaled her business to a half a million dollars and has impacted hundreds of men and women across the world. The foundation of her success continues to be built on her bulletproof mindset, her relentless drive to impact people’s lives, and her daily practice to have more fun.

She fully believes that we are all here to create an impact in the world. She’s on a mission to guide men and women to live in their true personal and financial power and live the life they dream of.

Aug 20, 2020
577. Q+A: Stop fearing your calling
30:34

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Facing your fear
  • Applying your energy to the most important things
  • Listening to the universes’ nudges
  • Finding the motivation that works for you

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around reaching for your calling.

 

Question #1:

@Marissa.hamon

How to tell if you're about to take on too much or playing small from fear of taking on too much?

 

Question #2:

@aimeepell

How do you know if God is calling you to something and it's not just you wanting it really bad?

Aug 19, 2020
576. Become a master negotiator
25:16

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The way men and women think of negotiating differently
  • Expecting to negotiate
  • Not taking the first offer
  • Being nice but certain
  • Finding leverage points
  • Knowing when to walk away

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

To be successful in life and in business, you have to be a negotiation machine. The first offer you get is never the offer the other person is expecting to give. They are waiting for negotiation. In this episode, we give you the seven steps to know the art of negotiation.

Aug 18, 2020
575. Reach BIG goals with these 5 things - with Aisha Marshall & Des Dickerson
01:08:06

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Doing what feels good and fun
  • Getting around people who are doing what you want to do
  • Growing personally to grow your business
  • The importance of constant learning
  • Getting used to hearing “no”
  • Setting up systems for effective scaling
  • Being true to yourself and your brand

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Meet the team that’s behind the logo, branding, and marketing for my new beverage company Lite Pink, Aisha Marshall and Des Dickerson. These women are some of the most talented and gifted I have ever met, and we’ve been having an amazing time collaborating. We talk all about how we’ve grown from this relationship, the genius behind their business and marketing, how their experience in our Fast Foundations program that helped them grow and scale their business, and the five secrets they learned to scale effectively. The things they share are going to blow your mind.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • Did you have an a-ha moment working with me and Lite Pink?
  • What were you thinking when you joined our Fast Foundations mastermind?
  • What are the five tips for scaling your business?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Des Dickerson

VP, PUBLIC RELATIONS AND DIGITAL MARKETING

Des has an eye and passion for production. She has worked behind the scenes of major TV shows and networks such as The Dr.Phil Show, Lifetime, HGTV, and YouTube. Des knows what is visually appealing to an audience. This is why creating successful marketing campaigns and visually appealing digital content is her forte. Podcast and video production is her niche, and she loves being able to bring a clients vision into an audio/visual reality.  When Des isn’t working behind the scenes, she loves kickboxing and photography.

 

Aisha Marshall

VP, BRANDING AND DIGITAL MARKETING

Creativity and Aisha go hand in hand. Having worked in creative development and its impacts on digital strategy, she has adopted a special niche for finding the most unique visuals for clients. Aisha is an Arizona State alumni, having a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication and a Juris Doctor from ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. Aisha was also a former  ASU Spirit Leader, and she still enjoys dancing in her free time.

Aug 17, 2020
574. Faith happens when you leap without proof
15:19

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Resetting your expectations
  • Create a belief of protection and inevitability
  • Leaning into pain and rejection
  • Taking a leap of faith

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

What does it mean to go all-in on your vision—and what’s missing in your life that’s preventing you from doing it? The thing that’s stopping you isn’t going to surprise you, but when you look closely at it, you’ll realize that it may not be coming from the place you thought it was. And the way through is to have a little faith that things will work out if you just keep going.

Aug 13, 2020
573. Q+A: Boundaries FREE you to live your dreams
41:31

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Showing up in public
  • Dealing with people’s high expectations
  • Getting clear on commitments and expectations
  • Making a family agreement

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around growth and hope.

 

Question #1:

@_patriciagarner

What are the best ways to set boundaries with people who have high expectations of you?

 

Question #2:

@melissas72

How do you set boundaries around family members when it may cause tension in the family?

Aug 12, 2020
572. Is it ok to display joy and do business during tough times?
26:26

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How sharing your joy serves the world
  • Finding joy in any moment
  • The ripple effects of sharing joy

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

We’ve had some big losses in our life recently, and it’s forced us completely into reframing mode. With all that’s going on we have to ask, is it okay to display love and happiness during tough times? Joy is our default, and we believe that it is of value to show others that they can operate with a default towards joy as well. We break down why you OWE it to the world to show joy when it needs it most.

Aug 11, 2020
571. Going ALL IN with Real Housewife Teddi Mellencamp
57:50

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Needing connection more than ever
  • Finding out what makes you happy
  • Having commitment over motivation
  • How to accept feedback and filter it
  • Being true to yourself
  • Writing down your ideas

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Whether you love or hate the show Real Housewives, you have definitely heard of it. And that probably means you’ve heard of today’s guest Teddi Mellencamp. We met at a personal development conference a few years ago and I learned about her health program, ALL IN by Teddi. Her current profession as an accountability coach and fitness influencer arose from her desire to help others achieve healthier lifestyles after discovering a tried-and-true way to unleash your best self. We talk about the different things that she’s dealt with while filming the show, the different life challenges we are facing right now, and how you can have a strong backbone and get clear about what’s important right now, and how to keep moving forward no matter what.

 

Question Highlights:

  • How is the pandemic we’re going through now going to affect the way you make decisions moving forward?
  • What are the conversations like in your household?
  • Does your mind compartmentalize all of your accomplishments?
  • What is true for you around purpose or creating purpose?
  • How has seeing people change during your program changed you?
  • What’s a strength that has moved you forward in your life?
  • What’s on the other side of being authentic?
  • How do you decide what is good feedback and what isn’t?
  • How do you filter the criticism and feedback you get?
  • How do you detach yourself from other people’s opinions?
  • What is one of the biggest learning lessons for you?

 

Guest Bio:

Born in Bloomington, Indiana and raised in Hilton Head Island, SC, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave made a name for herself at a young age as a competitive equestrian, later incorporating that fierce competitive drive and spirit into her current profession as a much sought out lifestyle and accountability coach, as well as tackling the ups and downs of filming The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Teddi’s love of horses and the sport of equestrian started at the age of 4, as she soon found herself traveling all around the country to compete in various prestigious horse shows with the venerable Don Stewart Stables. She quickly rose through the ranks to be awarded several national championships, culminating with Teddi winning the stakes class at Madison Square Garden in her final year competing as a Junior.

Teddi relocated to Los Angeles at 17 where she worked at CAA and UTA before returning to her passion of equestrian riding and training. In 2009, she was named World Champion Hunter Rider winner as an emerging professional. But after having kids, Teddi went from professional to amateur and currently competes on horses owned by Balmoral Farms; in 2016 she was named Reserve Champion World Champion Hunter Rider in the Adult Hunters category.

Teddi’s current profession as an accountability coach and fitness influencer arose from her desire to help others achieve healthier lifestyles after discovering a tried-and-true way to unleashing your best self. Struggling with a fluctuating weight her entire life, Teddi found after her second pregnancy and 80lb gain that the weight didn’t come off as easily as it once did. Her riding career had taken a backseat to motherhood and the life/ work balance just wasn’t there for her. She realized that she needed to change her lifestyle, find her passion and really hold herself accountable for her actions to develop a healthier way of living.

All IN by Teddi first started out as Teddi reviewing various fitness classes in the Los Angeles area on Instagram. As she worked to get fit, her following grew and her purpose quickly morphed into Teddi giving fitness advice and urging her followers to become the best versions of themselves possible through self-accountability. While not a certified fitness instructor or nutritionist, Teddi developed a program that gets results for anyone and works with her clients to see them through their struggles to become happier and healthier. All IN has become the next burgeoning lifestyle brand, with Teddi now managing 40 coaches, all of whom have gone through the program, with a roster of clients across the US and Canada in the 1000s and a continual waitlist. More information on All IN can be found at www.allinbyteddi.com

When she’s not being a super mom or changing lives, Teddi can also be seen on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, with her third season due to air this spring. After one season on the show, Teddi instantly connected with the fans due to her strength, positive attitude, and willingness to be open and truthful with her struggles. Not only did this help with her growing business, but it also led to Teddi’s rise as a social media influencer, going from 10K Instagram followers to over 500K in the course of a year, and now over 800K.

In 2019 Teddi launched her podcast with iHeartRadio, Teddi Tea Pod. Each episode centers around a different topic that Teddi deep dives into, from open marriages to motherhood and relationships, featuring experts on the subjects to answer all of her burning questions.

Teddi and her husband Edwin Arroyave, CEO and founder of Skyline Security Management, Inc., live in Los Angeles and have three children: daughter Slate, son Cruz, and in February welcomed a baby girl. Teddi is also a stepmother to Isabella, Arroyave’s daughter from a previous relationship.

Aug 10, 2020
570. 2 Best marketing tips
14:14

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Letting people know how you can help them
  • Consistency over time and in your voice
  • Building a plan, schedule, and core values
  • Letting people know how you can help them

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Let’s talk about two things that are going to help you in your personal brand, your coaching brand, or your business—and they’re both around marketing. If nobody hears about your product, nobody is going to buy it. Get your message out there to the right people and you will see MASSIVE success in everything that you do!

Aug 06, 2020
569. Q+A: Focus on what you want to feel
29:23

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Eating the frog
  • Make a plan for taking small action steps
  • Planning things that bring you joy
  • How resistance is worse than fear
  • Focusing on one thing at a time



Resources:



Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering more of your questions around growth and hope.

 

Question #1:

@lauren.racz

How do you stay high energy when things seem to be piling up?

 

Question #2:

@kokimexi

How do I dare to be the face of an organization when I am so comfy in the background still in charge?

Aug 05, 2020
568. How to be a ninja problem solver
24:50

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Going through problems instead of navigating around them
  • The importance of problem-solving
  • How to see solutions to problems
  • How to become a better problem solver

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Being a master problem solver is a superpower like no other. You can spend all of your time trying to avoid problems, but when they inevitably come up that ability to choose the best solution is what’s going to make or break your life and your business. And the best part? It’s something that can be learned. We’re going to outline how you can learn to become a better problem solver and find the best outcome for any hurdles you face.

Aug 04, 2020
567. Affirmations as a business strategy - with Anna Lozano & Lindy Sood
01:02:55

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Rewiring our subconscious mind through affirmations
  • Canceling out negative self talk
  • The challenges and benefits of working with a business partner
  • Getting your startup going
  • Being authentic to yourself
  • Doing the work before you can set realistic goals
  • Getting your product to the right person
  • Tapping into your uniqueness
  • Letting go of what you can’t control

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Anna Lozano and Lindy Sood are the co-founders and CEOs of Love Powered Co., a company on a mission to empower leaders and make affirmations a common practice across the world. It’s not just about the affirmations though—we talk all about getting out there and starting your business, what it looks like to scale a dream, and how it feels working together as partners.

 

Question Highlights:

  • What is it that your business does?
  • What’s an old story that keeps coming up for you and what affirmations do you use to get over it?
  • How did you two partner together?
  • How did you bring this business from idea to concept to reality?
  • How do you get the ball rolling on your business?
  • How did you know what your core idea was and how did you talk it over?
  • How do you have conversations about your business goals?
  • How are you differentiating yourself from other products?
  • What is the big vision for your company?
  • What do people need to know about building a business?

 

Guest Bio:

Anna Lozano and Lindy Sood are the founders and CEOs of Love Powered Co., the affirmations company. They are moms on a mission to power the next generation of mindful leaders and make I AM affirmations come into practice in homes across the world. Their affirmations have been seen on the Marilyn Denis Show, Breakfast Television, Fox News, and enjoyed by influencers and celebrities including Sarah Landry of The Birds Papaya, Jaime King, Jully Black, Cheryl Hickey, amongst many others!

Aug 03, 2020
566. How to renegotiate what doesn't work for you
18:23

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How to tell the areas you need to renegotiate
  • Recognizing resistance
  • How tolerance = agreement
  • Finding out where to start

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

We are all negotiating the terms of our life every day, whether we realize it or not. In our relationships, in our work life, with our bosses, with our spouses, with our friends, and with our beliefs. Let’s take a look at our lives and identify the areas where maybe we’re not too happy with the terms and could use some renegotiating!

Jul 30, 2020
565. Q+A: Getting out of a slump
32:44

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Pulling yourself out of a pity party
  • How to find + build strength in hard times
  • Not running from growth
  • How challenge leads to growth

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around growth and hope.

 

Question #1:

@jractrempe

How do you pull yourself out of a pity party?

 

Question #2:

@liveyourcapacity

Ideas on strengthening your faith muscle when times are low?

Jul 29, 2020
564. What if 2020 is the year of perfect vision?
19:03

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Stripping away everything that’s distracting us
  • Rethinking what you want
  • Optimizing your time

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

2020 means perfect vision—or a bus on fire going off a cliff, depending on how you look at it. But in 2008, when everything was being stripped away from us, I had no option but to look inward and dig deep into what we were supposed to do. There are so many similarities today to that time, except that we are all experiencing that across the entire world. Let’s try and reframe this challenging time and try to make the best of it.

Jul 28, 2020
563. Change brings power - with Monica Berg
01:01:53

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Dealing with fear instead of letting it hold you back
  • Challenging your belief systems
  • Learning to love yourself
  • Knowing when to leave your partner
  • Having illusions of who you’ll be in a relationship
  • Learning each others communication styles
  • Growing your relationship to its ultimate potential



Resources:



Show Notes:

The models that we’ve had in the past for loving ourselves, loving our family, and loving our lives have completely changed. In her latest book, “Rethink Love,” Monica Berg challenges everything we know about our belief systems around love and relationships. The more perspective that you can have, the more powerful you are in your life and the more connected you feel.

 

Question Highlights:

  • Are you using a lot of the tools you came up with in your first book?
  • What if people feel like fear is a part of their personality?
  • Why did you focus on love for your latest book?
  • When do you know that it’s time to leave a relationship?
  • How do you move from fear to possibility?

 

Guest Bio:

Monica Berg is a CHANGE JUNKIE and she wants to challenge the way you think about EVERYTHING.

In her first book, FEAR IS NOT AN OPTION, she challenged readers to eradicate fear from their lives. In her latest book, RETHINK LOVE, she uses years of personal experience teaching and counseling to eradicate false belief systems around love and relationships.

Monica is a mother, wife, sister, teacher, and friend, who integrates all that she is into her mission and as Chief Communications Officer of The Kabbalah Centre, she integrates her personal mission with this ancient wisdom.

Monica was born and raised in Louisiana before moving to Los Angeles. At 17, she began studying Kabbalah and knew very quickly that this was her path, eventually leading her to the serendipitous meeting of Michael Berg, her now-husband of 21 years. 

During her teen years, Monica developed an eating disorder that grew into a five-year battle with anorexia and body dysmorphia. With her recovery came a better understanding of the disease and a passion to help others. 

However, it wasn’t until her second child was born that Monica had to reevaluate her own belief system. Her son, Joshua, was diagnosed with Down Syndrome shortly after his birth, which was life-changing for Monica and her family. The diagnosis led to Monica’s credo, “In change, there is great power,” and the choice to believe in the beauty and potential of who her son could become and subsequently who she could become. 

Monica aims to challenge people and encourages them to reframe what they think they know and she’s seen the results of rethinking first hand. Monica learns from her students as often as they from her. “I’m inspired by everyone that I come into contact with,” Monica says, “Everyone has something valuable to share and we can derive meaning from each encounter.”

When she’s not writing, lecturing, or working with students at the centre, Monica contributes her time and voice to Habitat for Humanity and Something For Kelly. While she is passionate about helping all people feel empowered, she is especially committed to organizations that support women, particularly those with a mission focused on overcoming eating disorders.

Monica currently resides in New York City with her husband Michael and their children David, Joshua, Miriam, and Abigail.  Her second book, Rethink Love,  will be out on February 11, 2020.

Jul 27, 2020
562. Question your life often
19:20

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Receiving unexpected bad news
  • The benefits of abundance in tragedy
  • Letting go of panic and stress
  • Doing things that are making you feel better
  • Being present and letting things be easier
  • Questions to ask about your life

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

I’m back! We’ve had some massive life changes over the past few weeks. In previous episodes, I explained that Chris’s father unexpectedly passed and we traveled to spend time with his mother. It has been incredibly difficult, but there have also been so many gifts that we wouldn’t have experienced otherwise. This episode is all about rethinking your life and asking yourself some different questions to put you on the path you really want to be on.

Jul 23, 2020
561. Q+A: Growth
35:40

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Leading by example
  • Knowing when to reexamine a relationship
  • The myth of preparation
  • Trusting that the universe is here to support us
  • Being okay with failure

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Welcome back to Questionably Awesome! Today, Evans and I are going to be answering your questions around growth.

 

Question #1:

@liveyourcapacity

In a relationship how can you make sure you grow together in personal development?

 

Question #2:

@tima922

How do you push yourself to take steps for growth that you still feel unprepared for?

Jul 22, 2020
560. Life-changing perspective shifts
19:49

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Lessons learned from Chris’ father
  • Stepping up and showing up
  • The shifts in perspective we faced
  • How tragedy and happiness can coexist

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

It’s been a while since we last had a He Said/She Said episode, and I think it’s best to start off by explaining why. What started with a quick trip away from our home due to riots that hit uncomfortably close to home ended with an unexpected tragedy in the family, which led to seven weeks away from home. Despite how painful it was, there is a certain blessing that comes with the change in perspective that this situation caused, and that’s what we’re here to talk about.

Jul 21, 2020
559. Real talk about starting a brand and company - with Jenn Jordan + Nikki Lang
59:29

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Not quitting until you succeed or fail
  • Finding the right idea
  • First steps in building a business
  • Starting with belief
  • The benefits of bootstrapping
  • Working toward something bigger than yourself

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Any time I get to talk to female founders, I get super giddy. And today, I get to talk to not just one but two founders: Jenn Jordan and Nikki Lang, co-founders of Happy Lil’ One! When you are building a similar dream together you get a chance at real connection, and that’s what we have during this interview. If you’re someone who wants to think positively or has incredible goals, this interview is all about mindset, the way that you process problems, and how you think of solutions.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • What is your background and what led to you launching your business?
  • What kept you excited about this company?
  • How did you figure out the details of how to launch?
  • What has changed for you from start to finish?
  • How did you have to pivot during the pandemic?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Jenn started practicing law as a mergers and acquisitions attorney at a top law firm and is currently serving as Senior Corporate Counsel for a rapidly growing startup. Applying the knowledge and experience she has gained from her legal career and mothering 3 small children; Jenn is in her element as Co-Founder and CEO of Happy Lil’ One.

Nikki, a soon to be mother of two, was a top sales performer in the healthcare, aesthetic and software markets for over 8 years before venturing off to start her own business. With an eye and background in style and design, she revels in her role as Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer for Happy Lil’ One.

Jul 20, 2020
558. Fear is just a four-letter word - with Tracy Tutor
54:49

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Learning how to navigate people with big egos
  • Knowing who you are walking into a room with
  • Balancing your own weaknesses
  • Preparing for failure
  • What confidence means
  • Following your intuition

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

I have been a huge fan of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing LA, and that’s why I’m so excited to have Tracy Tutor on the show today. In addition to everything else she does, she also recently wrote a book — “Fear is Just a Four-Letter Word” — all about not second-guessing yourself and developing the unstoppable confidence to own any room.

 

Question Highlights:

  • Where does your confidence come from?
  • What were some of the major barriers that were holding you back?
  • What questions should people struggling with confidence be asking themselves?
  • How do you prepare for things not going well?
  • What does it mean to you to feel confident?
  • What are you doing to help your children move through scary parts of life?
  • What was your biggest “a-ha” moment from writing your book and from being on the show?
  • What is your relationship with fear right now?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Tracy Tutor is a top real estate agent at Douglas Elliman Beverly Hills, consulting with some of the world’s leading architects and developers. She is the first and only female cast member on Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing LA. The show’s twelfth season premiered June 2020 and can catch the show every Tuesday on Bravo at 9PM ET/PT. You can also pre-order Tracy’s book on Amazon and other retailers now. She lives in Los Angeles with her two daughters.

Jul 13, 2020
557. 3 ways to get over the fear of starting - with Ameerah Saine
30:45

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How fear of not being an expert holds you back
  • Tools for getting out of imposter syndrome
  • Being afraid of what your full-time job will think
  • How to get over fear of success
  • Coming back from failure

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

On this week’s quickie, I’ve invited a friend along! Ameerah Saine is the founder of Brunch and Slay and host of the Brunch and Slay Podcast, and she has some knowledge bombs to drop for you. No matter how many times you do something new, fear still creeps up. Ameerah and I talk about three ways fear tries to sneak up on you, as well as three ways to get over it.

 

Guest Bio:

Ameerah Saine is a daughter, sister, wife, and mommy. She is also a friend to many and, in each one of these roles, she displays her "go-getter" attitude, service mentality, and true enjoyment of being a woman and possessing the ability to inspire others. A graduate of Texas A & M University-Commerce, veteran of the Texas Army National Guard, and former Regional Sales Director for Remington Administrative Ser-vices, Ameerah has been recognized and awarded for her leadership skills, and service to her country. With the spirit of service that encompasses her being, Ameerah has set out on a mission to uniquely empower women from many different backgrounds but with similar necessities. Her brainchild "Brunch and Slay" gives women the opportunity to network, and grow, all while being the Fabulous that they need to be. "Brunch and Slay" has become one of the many productions that Ameerah has put not only her creativity, time, and energy but her professional execution, care, and attention to detail have granted her critical acclaim. She currently resides in Houston, Texas with her husband Chad, 2-year-old daughter Denver, and fur baby Harpo.

Jul 09, 2020
556: Start your biz with scaling in mind with David Neagle
01:06:30

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The seven levels of awareness
  • Animal awareness and daily survival
  • Mass consciousness or herd mentality and social media's effect on it
  • Aspirational thinking and acknowledgment
  • Becoming an individual and discovering yourself
  • Being disciplined
  • Experiencing your life
  • Reaching mastery
  • Dealing with self-sabotage

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

We’re going to talk all about scaling! David Neagle has helped thousands of entrepreneurs and self-employed professionals scale their businesses into seven- and eight-figure earners. As I’m going through the process of building my own company, I need to learn all about scaling, and this is like a personal one-hour coaching session that you all get to take advantage of!

 

Question Highlights:

  • What is your day to day right now?
  • What got you excited about learning the seven levels of awareness?
  • What are the seven levels of awareness?
  • How is social media affecting our levels of awareness?
  • What should you do if you want to share your aspirations?
  • What are some of the bonuses that open up when you become an individual?
  • What are some questions to get to the reason for what's going on?
  • Is there an experience in your life that could have gone negative but that you turned around?

 

Guest Bio:

David Neagle is the founder of the multimillion-dollar global coaching company Life Is Now, Inc, helping thousands of entrepreneurs, experts and self-employed professionals gain the confidence and find the right mindset to increase their revenue, turning their endeavors into seven- and eight-figure ventures.

Being in the coaching and mentorship industry for more than 20 years, David has worked alongside other well-known mentors like Bob Proctor and Tony Robbins, and his clients include many well-known people, including New York Times #1 best-selling author Jen Sincero.

Because of the results his clients have achieved, along with his dedication, David’s coaching has expanded to more than 30 countries, and he has been featured on Forbes, CBS, NBC, Wall Street Journal, Inc, Entrepreneur and Fox. He is also the bestselling author of The Millions Within, a book focusing on intention, focus and awareness to build your dream business and life.

Jul 06, 2020
555. How to stand OUT in the crowd - with Ronne Brown
59:16

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Changing your mindset and believing in yourself
  • Getting over a fear of failure
  • The importance of adding value to others
  • How transparency makes you approachable
  • Personal branding vs business branding
  • Being your authentic self
  • Launching a product
  • Collaborating with like-minded entrepreneurs



Resources:



Show Notes:

I had the best time interviewing Ronne Brown. She’s the founder of Girl CEO and the author of “From Mopping Floors to Making Millions on Instagram.” With a book title like that, you know she has an incredible story to tell. On top of that, she has a passion for educating women on being the CEO of their business, lives, and homes, and has had the privilege of helping thousands of women launch and grow their brands on social media. I am obsessed with her and I know you’re going to love it!

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • How did you come into what you’re doing today?
  • What was the shift in mindset that made you realize you could do so much more?
  • What is the science behind what you were doing?
  • What are the secrets to making your brand stand out?
  • Do you recommend having team members manage your social media?
  • How do you build a business brand?
  • What’s been challenging for you in building a product?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Founder of Girl CEO and author of, From Mopping Floors to Making Millions on Instagram.

Ronne Brown is a branding expert, professional speaker, author, mentor, wife and a mother of four.

She has made her mark internationally in the online and social media business with her revolutionizing branding techniques. She went from being a statistic to a success story and turned minimum wage income into a seven-figure salary within a few short years.

Now, Ronne is equipping women nationwide on how to be the CEO in their business, lives, and homes.

Ronne Brown is one of social media's most influential entrepreneurs inspiring and teaching people around the world how to create six-figure incomes, become debt free and live life on their own terms.

Jun 29, 2020
554. Start your passion business - with Dianna Cohen
01:04:41

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Making luxury haircare products accessible and affordable
  • Knowing your customers
  • Finding your why
  • Not being nostalgic about how things were
  • Raising capital versus building community
  • Getting in front of influential people

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

I first met Dianna Cohen at a Create & Cultivate dinner and I was immediately drawn to her energy. She’s the founder of luxury haircare brand Crown Affair, and before that, she founded the brand marketing agency Levitate. She’s so incredibly generous and willing to jump on a phone to help you, whether you’re looking to grow as a business or as a human being.

 

Question Highlights:

  • What were you thinking when you were first choosing what your career would look like?
  • If you were launching your product now, what are the most important lessons you would want to know?
  • What’s one of the toughest lessons you’ve had to learn?
  • How did you go about raising money for your business?
  • What is a question you wish more people who wanted to start a business would ask you?
  • What’s the toughest thing about having a team?
  • How do you connect with the people you need to if you aren’t even on their radar?

 

Guest Bio:

Dianna Cohen is the Founder of Crown Affair, a haircare brand empowering people to redefine their relationship with their hair through accessible luxury products, guidance, and community.  Prior to Crown Affair, Dianna founded Levitate, a brand marketing agency, where she led initiatives for brands including The Wing, Harry's, Flamingo, Outdoor Voices, etc.  Dianna is part of Forbes' 30 Under 20 for the Class of 2019.  She currently resides in New York with her fiancé Alexander.

Jun 22, 2020
553. Audacity to be queen - with Gina DeVee
54:14

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The different archetypes within us
  • Believing in your purpose and your destiny
  • Believing you are the queen
  • Dealing with and examining triggers
  • Balancing manifesting and action

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

I had so much fun during this conversation with Gina DeVee. She believes that within every woman is a Queen, the person inside of her that is poised, clear, and confident. In her new book, “The Audacity to be Queen,” Gina shows you how to reclaim your feminine power, create the life that you desire, develop unshakable confidence, and follow your dreams.

Question and Highlights:

  • How do we let go of that inner victim?
  • What does it look like to find your purpose and get rooted into it?
  • What made you follow through on your new idea?
  • What should we do when we get triggered?
  • What archetype do you fall under?
  • Where do we separate manifesting from doing

Guest Bio:

Gina DeVee is a published author, accomplished speaker, podcast host, business coach and self-made multimillionaire entrepreneur. She has dedicated her career to helping women connect spiritually, start profitable businesses, create wealth from a feminine perspective, and become highly visible so they can make a global impact.

Gina’s own journey from struggling psychotherapist to globetrotting entrepreneur has taken her from the First Lady’s Office at the White House, to getting her Master’s in Clinical Psychology, graduating from Le Cordon Bleu, and founding her growing women’s empowerment, multi-media company and lifestyle brand, Divine Living. 

Her mission is to show women everywhere how to be Queen of their lives. “Within every woman lives a Queen,” Gina affirms, “And only from the position of Queen can you fulfill your purpose.”  In becoming Queen, no longer must women pretend to be anything other than brilliant, capable, and fabulous. The world needs us to own our power, raise our standards, and contribute our talents like never before, and Gina DeVee is here to lead the way. 

Her first book, The Audacity to be Queen, brings together over 20 years of experience in transforming women’s lives through the deep spiritual and feminine wisdom of Queenhood. With spectacular flair, beautiful pearls of wisdom, and life-changing stories of unexpected triumph, Gina DeVee shares the steps, exercises, meditations, prayers, and journal prompts to release all forms of self-doubt and self-sabotage so you can discover the best version of you. 

Jun 15, 2020
552. Words for your soul - with Arielle Estoria
01:02:55

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Feeling the need to be creative
  • Using structure to reinforce creativity
  • How everyone is creative
  • Embracing your passions
  • Poetry prompts
  • Learning to be vulnerable

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

I am obsessed with spoken word poetry, which is why I’m so excited to be talking with Arielle Estoria. Besides being a spoken word poet, she’s an emcee and event host speaker, model, and actress. She believes that we are all creative — we’ve just told ourselves it isn’t practical. She teaches us some tools to try and reclaim our creativity. This girl totally speaks my language. You’ll love everything she has to say, including the poem she shares with us. This is a soul-filling conversation.

Question Highlights:

  • How did you know that part of your soul needed to be exposed?
  • Can you elaborate on creating structure around your creativity?
  • How did you discover and nurture your creativity?
  • How do you piece together a creative, varied life?
  • How do you teach poetry?
  • What are some of your favorite poetry prompts?
  • What is a truth you have learned about relationships?
  • What is a truth for you around business or career?

Guest Bio:

Arielle ​Estoria is​ Spoken Word Poet, Author, Dance Party Enthusiast, Emcee and Event Host Speaker, Model, and Actress​. Her motto of "Words not for the ears but for the soul" stems from her dedication to remind her audience that words are meant to be felt and not just heard. ​Arielle’s first EP, a collection of music and poetry called “Symphony of a Lioness” is now available on iTunes​ or ​Apple Music​. She is co-author of two self-published collections of poetry: ​”Vagabonds and Zealots” and ​”Write Bloody, Spill Pretty.”​ She is made of sass and good intentions and has a deep love for car karaoke, brunch, and flowers.

Jun 08, 2020
551. Dreams die without great plans
10:41

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being an observer
  • Creating a plan
  • Making the right plan for you
  • Doing the hard things first

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Let’s talk about putting a plan in place. I get that whenever we start something new, whether it’s a business or a new routine or a new diet, we want to jump straight into it and get to the fun part. But if you don’t have a plan in place, I can tell you right now, you are going to fail. It isn’t fun, but it is absolutely essential to getting done anything you want in life.

Jun 04, 2020
550. Q+A: Asking for help
29:52

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Not feeling like a burden
  • How people like helping others
  • Making peace with asking
  • Giving people an out

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome to is Questionably Awesome, where we catch up, answer your questions, and give you some serious knowledge bombs!

 

Question #1:

@marissa.hamon

I sometimes feel guilty or like a burden when asking for help.  How do I overcome this?

 

Question #2:

@marissa.hamon

How to know if you're asking something too big of someone?

Jun 03, 2020
549. Get massive visibility on your brand and biz
24:53

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Why it’s valuable to be visible
  • Where to focus first
  • Engaging in your brand
  • Texting is the new platform
  • Being authentic
  • Always experimenting

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Today we’re going to talk about visibility in your business and your brand. Mel Robbins gave a talk recently about visibility and she said, “If you are not visible daily, you are invisible.” So often we can think that we’re posting in vain or that people aren’t seeing what we are putting out there, but social media is one big experiment when you're just starting out. We’re going to break it down for you so that you can skip some of the trial and error and get real traction.

Jun 02, 2020
548. Get clear by learning your Human Design - with Erin Claire Jones
01:07:09

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The purpose of Human Design
  • How Human Design helps you to understand other people
  • The different types of Human Design
  • Making decisions
  • The different profiles
  • Understanding yourself better

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Erin Claire Jones is incredible. She’s a leadership coach specializing in Human Design, which is a framework for understanding your personality and purpose. I booked a two-hour session with her and I was blown away. She explains my Human Design right on the show, and what she says has given me so much freedom while building my new company and it has come completely true the more I focus on it. This could be game-changing for how you function in the world, in your relationships, and in your business.

 

Question Highlights:

  • What got you interested in Human Design?
  • Have you had people who were extremely skeptical?
  • What are the different types of Human Design?
  • How do different Designs make decisions?

 

Guest Bio:

Erin Claire Jones is a leadership coach specializing in Human Design.  She has been featured in Forbes, Nylon, Well Good and mindbodygreen as well as has been on over 50 podcasts.

She helps individuals and teams step into their highest potential by offering them the self-knowledge and tools to perform at the top of their personal and professional games.  She's consulted for startups all over the world, and built companies supporting executives, partnerships and small teams, to operate more harmoniously and effectively.

Jun 01, 2020
547. You require this kind of challenge to thrive
17:17

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • If you don’t choose your challenge, the world will choose for you
  • What challenges were choosing Lori before she chose her own
  • Focusing on the wrong challenges
  • Setting new challenges that are as challenging as you need
  • Following your challenge to the end

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

What does it mean to choose your own challenges? Instead of letting the world choose the challenges that you are going to face, you need to choose what you are going to face first. If you don’t, the challenge will find you — and it may not be the kind you want. Let’s talk about finding the right types of challenges to pick so you can move forward.

May 28, 2020
546. Q+A: Taking Action
32:22

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Staying motivated
  • Letting yourself feel off but showing up anyway
  • Breaking down what needs to happen to avoid overwhelm



Resources:



Show Notes:

This is Questionably Awesome, where we talk shenanigans, answer your questions, and occasionally drop some wisdom nuggets!

 

Question #1:

@facialfitnessbyjaclyn

As we enter week # whatever of quarantine - how do I get my motivation and energy back up?

 

Question #2:

@50shadesofdanielle

How to put aside overwhelm so it doesn't keep me stuck?!

May 27, 2020
545. 5 steps to get unstuck
16:07

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Having fun and relaxing when you feel stuck
  • Identifying your underlying feelings
  • Rallying support and holding yourself accountable
  • Thinking outside the box
  • Reframe your thoughts around feeling stuck

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

We all feel stuck at some point. Sometimes there are so many directions you could possibly go in that it’s overwhelming, and sometimes a lack of obvious directions leaves you feeling trapped. Being stuck isn’t a bad thing — it’s an integral part of the process of improvement, but those feelings feel so real and you don’t want to sit with them forever. I came up with five different ways to feel unstuck and keep moving forward in your life.

May 26, 2020
544. Upgrade your productivity, body, and energy by balancing your hormones - with Alisa Vitti
01:01:48

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The importance of our monthly cycle
  • Planning around your infradian rhythm
  • Changing your exercise and diet during different times of the month
  • Reducing friction around your schedule
  • Planning your morning routine
  • Manifesting faster

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Alisa Vitti, also known as the “hormone whisperer,” is a functional nutritionist, women’s hormone expert, best-selling author, and the founder of floliving.com. In this conversation, she talks about her journey healing her own health issues — cystic acne, excess weight, infertility, and more — through food and functional medicine, and why it was so important for her to begin sharing this message with more women.

Question Highlights:

 

  • How did this all originate for you?
  • Is it normal for somebody not to have a regular period?
  • How can we support ourselves around our cycle?
  • Is it normal to have hiccups in energy or different moods?
  • Can you tell us about morning routines?
  • How do you manifest faster?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Alisa Vitti is a functional nutritionist, women’s hormone expert, best selling author and founder of floliving.com. Also known as the “hormone whisperer,” Alisa has opened up the conversation about menstruation while helping and inspiring women to tap into their inner wisdom and feel good all month long.

As a student at John Hopkins, Alisa Vitti was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, or PCOS. When her physicians gave her only band-aid solutions to manage it, she realized that she needed a more organic solution.  Determined to take matters into her own hands she turned to food and functional nutrition to get to the root of her issues. It worked, and on many levels. After healing herself of cystic acne, excess weight, infertility, and normalizing her period, Alisa made it her mission to help other women to do the same.

Alisa founded FLO Living in 2002. At that time, it was called Laughing Sage Wellness, and it was a brick and mortar women’s health center in New York City. Alisa’s classes and one-on-one coaching taught women how to achieve regular periods, how to heal from menstrual disorders such as PMS, PCOCS, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, and fibroids, and how to optimize fertility and heal symptoms of perimenopause or premature hormonal aging. Alisa created the WomanCode System to teach women how to balance their hormones with food and lifestyle changes.

Demand for the FLO protocol and classes grew so much that the center was constantly booked, and to meet the demand Alisa transformed her wellness practice into the first-ever online hormone health center to help women around the world. FLO Living has since helped thousands of women in more than 216 countries for over 14 years.

Alisa is also the author of the best selling books, WomanCode and In the FLO: Unlock Your Hormonal Advantage and Revolutionize Your Life (Harper Collins 1/28/20), public speaker and creator of the period tracker app MyFLO. MyFLO is the first-ever functional medicine based period tracking app that helps users track symptoms and know what to do to become symptom free. She has been featured on The Dr. Oz Show, has a web series on Lifetime, and has been a regular contributor for CBS, Fox, Shape, Women’s Health, MindBodyGreen, and the Huffington Post. She has served on the Yahoo Health advisory board and is a member of the Well & Good Wellness Council. She is also an advisor to several health and health tech startups.  She has presented at TEDx, Talks@Google, Summit Series Outside, Hay House, WIE Symposium, and SHE Summit.

Alisa lives in New York City with her husband and daughter.

May 25, 2020
543. 13 things strong people avoid
29:33

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Not feeling sorry for yourself
  • Holding on to your control
  • Embracing change
  • Focusing on what you can control
  • Not worrying about pleasing everyone
  • Taking risks
  • Avoiding mistakes
  • Celebrating others’ success
  • Using failure as a guide
  • Not being afraid of being alone
  • The world not owing you anything
  • Being patient for results

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

I recently read a Forbes article called "Mentally Strong People: The 13 Things They Avoid" and it was just the kick in the ass I needed. This is a bit of tough love, but it will help you break away from the habits that are really holding you back from your greatest mental strength. The more I lean into my mental strength, the more in awe I am at what I’m capable of, and I want that for you as well.

May 21, 2020
542. Q+A: Connection
26:42

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The individual ways we’re all weird
  • How social distancing affects connection
  • Connecting with your partner when you’re together all the time

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome to Questionably Awesome, where your two favorite quarantinis goof off and get real. This week we’re answering your questions about connection.

 

Question #1:

@ellieparvin

How do you think the habit of social distancing will effect connection in the future?

 

Question #2:

@marissa.hamon

How to deeply connect with your partner when you're already around then all the time?

May 20, 2020
541. Relaunch your life exactly how you want
17:34

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Making a re-opening plan
  • Listing the things you want to be doing and the things you don’t
  • Having great days that lead to a great life
  • Saying no more

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

We’re going to talk about the Great Re-opening — and what that re-opening is going to look like for you personally. This has been a time for everyone to look at what’s working and what’s not, and some of you have been able to stop doing things you didn’t like doing back when the world was “normal.” So as we take the steps to return to a new normal, take the time to make sure your re-opening plan doesn’t trap you into doing something you don’t want to do.

May 19, 2020
540. Growing multi-million dollar dreams (w/ Dry Bar founder) - with Alli Webb
59:41

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Deciding on a business idea
  • Creating something entirely new
  • Growing as a person as you grow your business
  • Dealing with conflict
  • Showing up in your relationships

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

I’ve wanted to interview today’s guest since I first considered starting a podcast. She’s impacted so many women’s lives, whether directly or through the ripples that her influence has had. Alli Webb is the founder of Drybar and Squeeze. If you are someone with a dream to start your own business, this is the podcast for you, because she will make you believe it is tangible, and she will show you how you can make it happen.

Question Highlights:

  • What made you decide to follow through with the idea for Drybar?
  • How do you get people to buy into an idea?
  • What is the biggest shift between you from when you started your business to now?
  • What have you learned to help you move through conflict in your relationships?
  • What is a question that you wish more people would ask you?
  • What is making you happy in your relationships today?

Guest Bio:

Alli Webb is an Entrepreneur, N.Y. Times Bestselling Author, Founder of Drybar, and co-founder of Squeeze. After spending 15 years as a professional hairstylist, Webb left the professional hair industry in 2005 to start a family but decided to find a way to continue pursuing the creative side of hairstyling at a new-mom pace. She began offering affordable in-home blowout services to her mommy friends, which quickly expanded into a mobile operation by 2009.

In 2010, Webb opened the first Drybar in Brentwood, CA. Almost 10 years later and over 150 locations across the U.S., Webb’s Drybar has exploded into a nationally recognized and highly sought-after brand. Webb has also diversified the Drybar brand, creating a line of products and tools sold at popular retailers such as Nordstrom, Sephora, and Ulta.

Webb has been named the “100 Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company, featured on Fortune magazine’s “40 Under 40” list, Marie Claire’s “Most Fascinating Women” covered Inc Magazine’s “How I Did This” issue and recently Inc. magazine recognized her as one of “The 100 Women Building America’s Most Innovative and Ambitious Businesses.”

Webb is currently the host of “Raising the Bar” a podcast she launched with her brother and business partner Michael Landau. The weekly show provides a platform to budding entrepreneurs.

In 2018 Webb appeared on season 10 of ABC’s Emmy-nominated hit show “Shark Tank” as a guest shark.

Recently, Webb opened the doors to her next business venture Squeeze, an innovative massage concept that lets you book and pay online - the latest extension of her expanding empire.

Squeeze’s first location is set in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Studio City.

Webb currently resides in Los Angeles, CA with her two sons.

May 18, 2020
539. Build connection with your audience
12:48

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How I get things done
  • Staying consistent on social
  • Finding a market for whatever you’re selling

Resources:

Show Notes:

When I sat down to record this, I wasn’t sure what I was going to say. But I’ve been thinking about the importance of consistency and showing up — for podcasts, for commitments, for social media. And that’s what I get into today: showing up consistently and making connections on social media. I’ve been slacking in that department, so today I’m committing to showing up on Instagram every day for the next 30 days. Are you with me?

May 14, 2020
538. Q+A: Joy
26:31

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Stopping yourself from focusing on the negative
  • Being okay with temporary joy
  • Having confidence in yourself

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Welcome to Questionably Awesome, where Evans and I catch up, laugh, and occasionally answer a few of your questions. This week we’re answering your questions about joy.

 

Question #1:

@lifebyalissa

How do you stop from sabotaging yourself when you feel joyful?

 

Question #2

@_belle_cox

How to find and create your own joy, without validation from others?

May 13, 2020
537. 6 Steps to Keep a Habit - He said, She said
17:58

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being realistic about your willpower
  • Giving yourself the time that you actually need
  • Giving yourself the space to get things done
  • Inviting someone to hold you accountable
  • Being aware of where you slip up
  • Making a plan to support yourself

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Why is it so hard to keep a routine and follow through with the list of things you know are good for you? Because unless you have a solid plan in place it’s not going to happen. We have six habits that will help you stick to your habits, especially when you know they are necessary.

May 12, 2020
536. Turn your niche into an empire - with Britt Seva
01:06:03

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The way the stylist industry can transform women’s mindsets
  • Putting yourself first in your business
  • Not planning too far ahead
  • Helping the people around you right now
  • Dealing with family relationship issues
  • Showing up strong
  • Dealing with the haters
  • The most common business roadblocks
  • Business success tips

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Britt Seva is one of those people that makes me wonder how I hadn’t heard of her sooner. Once I had, I started seeing her everywhere, and I am so grateful. She is incredibly empowering — like the girlfriend you always wished you had. She’s a business and marketing strategist for hairstylists and has coached thousands of stylists and salon owners to build wealthy businesses for themselves. If you have a business or an idea for one, you want to get your advice from people who are crushing it, and that is absolutely Britt.

 

Question Highlights:

  • How did you start your business and what do you do?
  • Why did you step in to tackle such a taboo subject in the industry?
  • What is the number one issue that people have to push through?
  • What is a truth that you’ve found about business?
  • When have you felt successful?
  • What is a truth about relationships for you?
  • What is something about you that you wish more people knew?
  • What is something you want to share with people about when they put their purpose out in the world?
  • Where do you see the most common themes of failure in business?
  • What are some business success tips?

 

Guest Bio:

Britt Seva is the original business and marketing strategist for hairstylists. After spending years behind the chair as an assistant, stylist, and salon director, Britt realized that cosmetology school left one major area out: business education. She left her job as a seven-figure salon director and blew the industry away when she began coaching salon owners in 2010. She launched her trademark hairstylist business education program, Thrivers Society, in 2014.

Over the past nine years, Britt has coached thousands of stylists and salon owners to build wealthy businesses and lives behind the chair, and she is determined to empower 1,000,000 six-figure stylists while changing the perception of the entire beauty industry.

Britt hosts one of iTunes’ top podcasts, The Thriving Stylist Podcast, which, in 2019, crossed over one million downloads. 

When she’s not helping to educate and elevate the beauty industry, Britt tunes into the latest true-crime podcast, makes dinner for her toddler, teenager daughter, and paramedic husband, and spends Sunday mornings snuggled with her pups and the latest business book. 

May 11, 2020
535. Grit, seeking validation, and the importance of failing - with Jess Ekstrom
25:54

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How to react once you’ve been ripped off
  • How optimism leads to grit
  • Learning from your failures
  • Spending too much energy wanting validation
  • How time spent on things that matter is never wasted

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

In this quickie, I’ve invited Jess Ekstrom to get some much needed social interaction. The founder of Headbands of Hope, she’s an amazing, inspiring entrepreneur — and she knows about the grit it takes to start a business. We talk about grit and optimism, making mistakes, and moving forward.

Guest Bio:

Jess Ekstrom is the founder and CEO of Headbands of Hope, a company she started as a junior in college in 2012. For every headband sold, a headband is given to a child with cancer.

Her first brush with success was selling all of her toys on eBay when she was twelve. Since then, Jess has been featured on the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, the Hallmark Channel, Inside Edition, Vanity Fair, Forbes, and People Magazine ran an exclusive on her when her book was released. Jess is a regular guest on QVC.

More importantly, Headbands of Hope has donated over half a million headbands reaching every children’s hospital in the United States and in fifteen countries.

Her book Chasing the Bright Side debuted as a #1 New Release on Amazon and Apple picked her audiobook as their Must-Listen of the month. She thinks it’s because of her Bill Nye the Science Guy impression she did when she was narrating. 

Jess is also a professional speaker and founder of Mic Drop Workshop, an online course with the mission of empowering more women to share their message as a speaker. 

Some of her career highlights have been...

  • Hosting proms at Children's Hospitals
  • Being dubbed "The Ultimate Game Changer" by Women's Health Magazine
  • Making the Under 30 Women to Watch list by Business Insider
  • Being named a “top motivational speaker” by Forbes
  • Donating over half a million headbands to every children's hospital in America and 15 countries
  • Making it on CNN when she finished The Krispy Kreme challenge (where you eat a dozen donuts and run 5 miles) 
  • and teaching her dog to sit, stay and shake

Jess and her husband, Jake, travel around the country in their Airstream with their dog, Ollie. 

May 07, 2020
534. Questionably Awesome - Your burning questions about CONFIDENCE answered
29:53

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The reasons for absorbing criticism
  • Getting out of a pity party
  • Moving through the no’s

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Right now we’re all forced to sit with ourselves, and that can lead to some seriously negative self-talk. To help with that, Evans and I are going to answer your questions about confidence and continuing to move forward in life.

 

Question #1:

@melissadaniels_

How do you keep up your confidence when first starting a business and you hear a lot of no's?

 

Question #2:

@marissa.hamon

What are your go-to actions to get out of a pity party and re-embody confidence?

May 06, 2020
533. The scientific effects of generosity - He said, She said
23:23

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How generosity will unlock everything
  • Developing that giving muscle
  • The scientific benefits of generosity
  • Building a practice of generosity

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Generosity is the secret to everything that you want, and we’re going to prove it — with science. We have studies that show that generosity isn’t just a platitude, but a proven, undeniable ingredient to your success.

May 05, 2020
532. Take and grow your business idea online right now - with Jess Glazer
01:11:35

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Consistently showing up
  • The different starting points
  • Understanding what your audience wants
  • The value of accountability
  • Providing enough value
  • Pricing your services or products
  • Showing up online consistently
  • Creating the offer before the program

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Jess Glazer rocks my world. She is a full-time entrepreneur and CEO and has mastered the art of pivoting. After eight years of teaching, she decided to take a chance and make her side hustle of health and fitness coaching a full-time career — and that has ballooned into a million-dollar business in just under two years! We’re going to get into the details on how to take your business online, how to scale if you already have a business, or what to do with your business idea. We have to take advantage of the space online to make money and scale our businesses.

Question Highlights:

  • What was the turning point in your success?
  • How did you take your business to seven figures in under two years?
  • What are the options for making money online?
  • What is the value you can offer?
  • How do we think about pricing and structure?
  • How do we know how much content to deliver?
  • How do you price differently for groups or e-courses?
  • How much do you need to show up when you are pivoting and launching?

 

Guest Bio:

Jess is a full-time entrepreneur and CEO; as well as, a former celebrity personal trainer and elementary school teacher.

From studying her Doctorate of Physical Therapy to starting her own accessory line/working in the fashion industry, and creating/hosting monthly events and international retreats for 4 years; Jess has mastered the art of pivoting.

After eight years of teaching elementary PE, she decided to give her "cute side hustle" of online health/fitness coaching a shot.

Jess turned that cute side hustle into a million-dollar business in under two years.

Since leaving her job in 2017, she has hired a team of incredible heart-centered humans, served hundreds of clients, raised and donated $50,000 to charity.

Jess has been featured in Forbes, Shape, The New York Post, The Today Show, Good Day New York, Oxygen Magazine, and Well + Good to name a few.

Her mission is to cause a ripple effect and inspire change for generations to come; making a massive impact and leaving a lasting legacy beyond her singular actions.

May 04, 2020
531. Decide it’s your turn - with Christina Lecuyer
24:18

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Why making decisions is so important
  • Taking the steps to find what decision you need to make
  • What stops people from choosing themselves
  • What indecision looks like

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

In this not-so-solo episode, I chat with Christina Lecuyer about her amazing brand, Decide It’s Your Turn. It is all about the importance of making decisions because those are the things that are going to move you closer to what you want in life. We talk all about empowering yourself to make decisions and choose yourself — because indecision is still a decision.

Apr 30, 2020
530. Questionably Awesome - Your Burning Questions About GROWTH Answered
34:53

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Taking the right path
  • Reframing negativity
  • Shifting your perspective

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

While we’re all stuck indoors, now is the perfect time to start thinking about how you can grow as a person! So Evans and I sit down and answer YOUR questions about growth.

 

Question #1:

@sarahgriffinstreet

How do you choose which path to focus on? The world is so big and I want to do so much!!

 

Question #2:

@samaughantha

How do you change negative thoughts so you can grow?

Apr 29, 2020
529. The 7 levels of awareness: He said, She said
21:08

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The seven levels of awareness
  • Reaching for mastery
  • Making your way up the levels

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

We’re going to walk through the seven levels of awareness coined by Bob Proctor because people are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic or economic crisis based on where they are at in these levels. It is incredibly important to understand these seven levels and find a way to move up through them, especially as we face this pandemic.

The Seven Levels of Awareness:

  1. Animal Survival
  2. The Mass
  3. Aspiration
  4. Individual
  5. Discipline
  6. Experience
  7. Mastery

 

Apr 28, 2020
528. Scale your mindset, relationships + awareness - with Adrian Koehler
01:05:34

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How to make your life worth it
  • Saying what needs to be said and doing what needs to be done
  • Facing your future pain
  • Playing to win
  • Embracing uncertainty

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Adrian Koehler is a leadership engagement expert that teaches you how to get to the next level in your mindset and your business. His ability to communicate and solve conflicts for people in business and in life is absolutely astounding. We didn’t get to half of the things we wanted to talk about which is a testament to how much knowledge he has. You’re going to love him.

Question Highlights:

  • What do you do now and how did it start?
  • What do you do when someone feels like they need more when they’ve achieved so much?
  • What was your biggest takeaway from working at a children’s hospital?
  • How do you start working towards these difficult conversations?
  • What is your relationship with uncertainty?

 

Guest Bio:

Adrian Koehler is a leadership engagement expert. He coaches executives and entrepreneurs in the art and science of personal engagement for themselves, their teams, and clients in order to create new, unprecedented results and experience fulfillment in their work. In the process of developing his craft he has worked in multiple contexts: Higher Education, Start-ups, Multinational Corporations, Small to Medium-sized Businesses, and Healthcare. Over the last decade, his passion for human performance has taken him around the globe to partner and serve organizations that are committed to being their best and making a difference in the world.

Apr 27, 2020
527. Fear and discomfort are invitations for growth with Lindsey Schwartz
22:27

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Experiencing explosive growth and how it feels
  • Finding opportunity on the other side of fear
  • Identifying the thoughts that lead to your feelings
  • How to push through the resistance to change

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

I have Lindsey Schwartz on to talk about what she’s feeling in her life. First, she’s feeling some massive growth in her life right now because she’s showing up in a big way during this time. Second, she’s feeling a lot of fear around that growth. We’re talking about how she’s moving through that fear because sometimes the best things in life are on the other side of fear and uncertainty.

Apr 23, 2020
526. Questionably Awesome - Your burning questions about RITUALS answered
31:30

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Letting go of old routines and starting new ones
  • Noticing when things aren’t feeling good
  • Building a work from home ritual
  • Balancing your day based on your mood

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

These days, when our regular lives have blown up, the rituals that we can keep are absolutely essential!

 

Question #1:

@sarahrango99

What makes you start a new habit or ritual, and what's your favorite way of incorporating it into your routine?

 

Question #2:

@coach_moa

How did you start your rituals/scheduling/planning in the beginning of working from home?

Apr 22, 2020
525. He said, She said
19:07

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Having a warped sense of being a good provider
  • There are always gifts in painful situations
  • Reinventing yourself
  • Having a money date
  • What you need to start a business

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Let’s go back to when Chris came back from work, as our only breadwinner, and had to tell me that he had lost his job and we would have to sell everything. You don’t think that’s ever going to happen to you, but it happens to someone every day. Nothing in life is certain except for uncertainty. Here’s what we learned about facing a crisis during the 2008 recession and what you can do today.

Apr 21, 2020
524. Rewire your brain to make you limitless - with Jim Kwik
01:10:31

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Recognizing that the brain is our most important asset
  • How drowning in information is harmful to us
  • Your brain shows you more of what you focus on
  • Curing your fear with service and gratitude
  • Setting your morning intention
  • Finding sustainable motivation
  • Finding your purpose

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Jim Kwik is an expert in all things memory, brain optimization and accelerated learning. He hosts the education training podcast Kwik Brain and is the author of the upcoming book Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, Unlock Your Exceptional Life. I used to tell myself stories about not having a good memory or not being able to retain knowledge, and he completely busted that myth out of my mind. It blows me away what we are capable of when we learn about how our brain works and the motivations behind remembering and learning things. This is going to be perfect for anyone who wants to get the most out of their brain (and that’s pretty much everyone).

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • What is your book going to help us do?
  • How can we start to remember to tell ourselves something different and avoid the negative self-talk?
  • What is the first thing to focus on and how do we focus?
  • How do we get focused on what our day-to-day should look like?
  • What are the things we can do at home to increase our willpower?
  • How do people find their purpose?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Jim Kwik, his real name, is the widely recognized world expert in memory improvement, brain optimization and accelerated learning. After a childhood brain injury left him learning-challenged, Kwik created strategies to dramatically enhance his mental performance. He has since dedicated his life to helping others unleash their true genius and brainpower. He is the host of the top education training podcast Kwik Brain and author of the upcoming book “Limitless - Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, Unlock Your Exceptional Life.” His mission: No brain left behind.

Apr 20, 2020
523. Make uncertainty work FOR YOU!
19:32

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What if this was a part of the plan
  • Sitting in the good
  • Staying in your routine
  • Why this is a beautiful time
  • Leaders carry the weight of uncertainty

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

What if this was all a part of your plan to become the version of yourself that you’ve been seeing? The person you know you could be if you weren’t held back by fear, judgment, or whatever else there is? Lean in and trust that, no matter what, things will end up. This is a beautiful time if we can learn how to make it work for us.

Apr 16, 2020
522. Questionably Awesome - Your burning questions about FEAR answered
29:20

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Turning “why me” to “why not me”
  • Taking action through imposter syndrome
  • Going towards your fear
  • Doing something that makes you feel good

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

We know that situations in the world right now can bring on a lot of fear, but we’re going to try and bring some light and happiness to your world while answering some of your questions!

 

Question #1:

@the40yoe

How do you overcome the fear generated by imposter syndrome?

 

Question #2:

@dawnfitalicious

How to truly understand what the message is from fear so you can move out of it?

Apr 15, 2020
521. He said, She said - How to be a leader
18:28

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Becoming the leader you need
  • Having a bulletproof routine
  • How you can’t wait for life to happen to you
  • Letting go of your expectations

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

This time is your opportunity to step into leadership. Even if you don’t feel like you have anyone to lead, you can start by leading yourself. Instead of looking around for someone to follow, turn into the kind of leader that you need.

Apr 14, 2020
520. Elevate everything in your life by starting with this... - with Jamie Kern Lima
01:11:40

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Bringing other women along with your success
  • Connecting with customers through true authenticity
  • Knowing when the experts are wrong
  • Standing for something

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

There are moments in time when someone walks into your life and changes you forever, and that is the case with Jamie Kern Lima. She is a true champion and cheerleader of women and she has made me rethink how I do everything and the why that I am starting with. Her story of starting her brand in her living room, and of turning no's into yeses, is an inspiration to all of us.

Question Highlights:

 

  • When did you become such a cheerleader for women?
  • How do you navigate when the experts are telling you something won’t work when you know they are wrong?
  • What would you have done differently?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Jamie Kern Lima is an American entrepreneur, billion-dollar business success story, champion of women, philanthropist, culture-shifter and highly sought-after keynote speaker. She Co-Founded IT Cosmetics from her living room, grew it into a top-selling makeup and skincare brand, then sold it to L’Oréal for $1.2 Billion, in their largest US acquisition to date, making Jamie the first female CEO in L’Oréal’s 100+ year history. 

Jamie is passionate about inspiring and mentoring entrepreneurs, building businesses, making a difference in the lives of women and girls and giving back in a big way. As a passionate speaker, Jamie loves sharing her stories of inspiration, underestimation, overcoming self-doubt, rejection and never giving up.  

From working as a grocery bagger at Safeway grocery store to waitressing at Denny’s, Jamie’s always hustled to pay her way through school and make her dreams happen. Prior to launching IT Cosmetics, Jamie was an award-winning TV news anchor with beauty challenges including sparse brows and sensitive skin and she could never find products that truly worked. That’s when IT Cosmetics and Jamie’s mission to empower every woman to believe in her own beauty was born. Jamie’s now shared this vision of inclusivity and inspiration, doing more than 1000 live TV appearances herself on QVC, where she grew IT Cosmetics to be the largest beauty brand in QVC history. Through her work, Jamie has built an inspired community of millions of women across the country and globally who have shared their stories of overcoming struggle when it comes to confidence and self-worth. 

Jamie graduated Valedictorian from Washington State University and received her MBA from Columbia University. Jamie’s recently been named on the 2019 Forbes Richest Self-Made Women list, Goldman Sachs’ 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs, WWD’s 50 Most Powerful Women in Beauty, Porter Magazine’s Incredible Women list and is a member of the CBS Board of Overseers and Harvard Women’s Leadership Forum. She also received the 2019 Columbia University Medal of Excellence, EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women Award, Columbia Business School’s Distinguished Early Achievement Alumni of the Year Award, Fashion Group International Star Award, the CEW Achiever Award and is the recipient of the 2019 Look Good, Feel Better Dream Ball Award.

Jamie is energized by an unremitting passion to inspire and empower girls, women, and entrepreneurs and has been featured on Good Morning America, Today, CBS This Morning, CNBC, Nightline, and Joel Osteen and in The New York Times, O Oprah Magazine, PEOPLE, Marie Claire, Shape, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal and more. 

Jamie currently owns part or all of more than 15 companies. She also works passionately with many philanthropic causes including Look Good Feel Better®, where IT Cosmetics has donated $40 million in product to date to help women face the effects of cancer with more confidence. Jamie lives in Los Angeles with her husband Paulo, daughter Wonder and two French Bulldogs Rainbow and Sunshine. 

Apr 13, 2020
519. This will be the time that MAKES you who you are
20:37

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Observing how we feel from day to day
  • Being okay with not feeling motivated but still keeping up your routine
  • How it’s not a time problem, it’s a discipline problem
  • Finding out what you’re made of
  • Believing that you can do things

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

When everything is changing and we have to settle into a new normal, you have the greatest opportunity to define what your new normal is going to be. What do you want your life to look like on the other side of this? Because this time, this moment in the world, is going to define who you are, and YOU are in control of what that definition says.

Apr 09, 2020
518. Questionably Awesome - Your burning questions about PERSEVERANCE answered
39:34

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How people will gain strength in this time
  • Communication during isolation
  • Moving your energy around instead of letting it stagnate
  • Finding strength from the “soft parts”

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

We are all persevering right now. We answer your questions about how to persevere with a bit of levity, which we all surely need.

 

Question #1:

@kylie_loran

How do you keep a level head when everyone around you is feeding into the negativity and distress?

 

Question #2:

@tay_pelletier

What motivates YOU (and Evans) to persevere even in tough times? What's your why?

Apr 08, 2020
517. Hidden Gifts
19:33

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Finding the gift in this situation
  • Understanding what’s in your control and what isn’t
  • Sticking through the resistance
  • Asking better questions

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Let’s talk about unexpected gifts. In this very unique situation that we are all facing, more and more people are waking up to see the gift that is coming from all of this. You need to understand what is under your control and what is not, and being forced to do so may be the greatest gift of all.

Apr 07, 2020
516. Inquire within and get your answers - with IN-Q
01:06:09

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Figuring out how to make money from your passion
  • Finding your true voice and listening to it
  • Exploring your creativity
  • Sharing the lessons we learn with each other through our art



Resources:



Show Notes:

IN-Q is an incredible spoken-word poet and songwriter who has the ability to change your energy level and the frequency you vibrate at. I’ve had the incredible experience of being able to see him live several times now, and each time has had me laughing, crying, and feeling universal truths in his words. Seeing his poetry live was so inspirational that it led to me writing and recording spoken-word poetry for this podcast. I hope he inspires you too.

Question Highlights:

  • What is it exactly that you do?
  • What made you open to exploring different ideas?
  • Did you have to let go of a part of yourself to write this book?
  • What does it feel like to tap into your creativity?
  • How do you define what you are trying to say?
  • Why is it important to figure out how to get out your vision and voice?

 

Guest Bio:

IN-Q ​is a National Poetry Slam champion, award-winning poet, and multi-platinum songwriter. His groundbreaking achievements include being named to Oprah’s SuperSoul 100 list of the world’s most influential thought leaders, being the first spoken word artist to perform with Cirque Du Soleil, and being featured on A&E, ESPN, and HBO’s ​Def Poetry Jam​. He’s inspired audiences around the world through his live performances and storytelling workshops. Many of his recent poetry videos have gone viral, with over 70 million views combined.

As a songwriter, IN-Q’s hit single “Love You Like a Love Song” by Selena Gomez went multi-platinum, winning him a BMI award. He has written with renowned artists including Aloe Blacc, Miley Cyrus, Mike Posner, and Foster the People. His songs have accumulated over one billion views on YouTube alone.

Leading organizations including Nike, Instagram, Spotify, Google, Lululemon, Live Nation, Shazam, The Grammy Foundation, and many more have brought IN-Q in to motivate their teams through his keynote speeches and acclaimed storytelling workshop, a transformational bonding experience for companies that want to share their story more authentically.

Ultimately IN-Q writes to entertain, inspire, and challenge his audiences to look deeper into the human experience and ask questions about themselves, their environment, and the world at large.

Apr 06, 2020
515. If this, then that
09:44

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Creating “If this, then that” statements
  • Figuring out how to break out of negative cycles
  • Giving yourself momentum
  • Connecting with other people

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Let’s chat about the most important thing we can possibly be paying attention to right now, and that is — once again — your mindset. What is your plan when you start to feel like you are not in control of your thoughts? This situation with the coronavirus is an exercise in letting go of control, but our mindset is one thing we always have control over. To help facilitate that control, we’re going to do some “If this, then that” exercises. This is a fun activity that you can do along with us at home to help you break out of unproductive cycles.

Apr 02, 2020
514. Questionably Awesome - Your burning questions about RESISTANCE answered
28:04

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Riding the waves of uncertain times
  • The number one trait of leaders
  • Facing resistance when connecting with yourself
  • Knowing when to push through and when to pivot

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

We’re going to keep it light-hearted and happy because that’s what we all need right now. We hope to bring some lightness to your socially-distant walk or sitting at home.

 

Question #1:

@carendecesaris

Do you ever come up against resistance to deepening your connection with self?

 

Question #2:

@brittmarieladner

When you face resistance how do you decide to either pivot or push through?

Apr 01, 2020
513. 6 steps to feeling financially able in uncertain times
19:18

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What to do when you aren’t feeling prepared
  • Acting fast to get back on track
  • Stop the financial bleeding
  • Building a powerful routine
  • Find yourself a financial runway
  • Inventing new income
  • Building a September plan

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

In light of everything that’s going on right now and the circumstances everyone is facing, we have seen a lot of people asking, “What do you do if you feel financially unprepared?” It’s okay to not feel prepared for this situation, but it is not okay to not figure out how to move through this as quickly as you can. Chris and I are going to give you six steps you need to take right away to get yourself back on track.

Mar 31, 2020
512. The opposite of depression is purpose - with Cathy Heller
50:39

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Cultivating radical empathy
  • The importance of healthy attachment
  • Being new at something after seeing success
  • Figuring things out as you work
  • Your audience is your past self
  • Taking that first ugly, scary step

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Cathy Heller is the author of Don’t Keep Your Day Job, as well as the host of the massively popular podcast of the same name. She is a songwriter, singer, podcast host, author, and summit host. She is an all-around amazing, epic human being who wants to help people find their purpose. You are going to love this interview as she shares how to get over the fear of starting something new, getting over perfectionism, and the importance of empathy.

 

Question Highlights:

 

  • What have you done to support people when they take a leap to the next level?
  • Have you ever had a period in your life where you were isolating yourself?
  • What do you say to people who have fulfilled their purpose and don’t know what’s next?
  • What’s the next level for you that freaks you out?
  • Can you expand on how to have the courage to step into something new?

 

 

Guest Bio:

Cathy Heller is a fire hose of inspiration. She’s the host of the popular podcast Don’t Keep Your Day Job, which was given the #1 spot on iTunes recommend list of shows for the New Year in 2018 and 2019.

Each week Cathy encourages thousands and thousands of listeners to find more purpose in their life and get paid to do what they love full time. Cathy’s show has been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, HuffPost, the NY Times and Inc Magazine, and has 9 million downloads. She’s been featured several times by Apple themselves and the fans are resonating with how genuine she is. Throughout the show, she has interviewed creative entrepreneurs like actress Jenna Fischer, popular blogger Seth Godin, designer Jonathan Adler, make up artist Bobbi Brown, dancer Mandy Moore, Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon, fitness expert Jillian Michaels, Starbucks’s Howard Schultz, and Gretchen Rubin to name a few.

Cathy’s book Don’t Keep Your Day job is coming out in November with Macmillan. It’s filled with inspirational stories from people within her own tribe who have decided to take control of their life’s journey. Her book goes into detail about how to find the work you were meant to do, how to grow your business, and level up your quality of life all around.

She is a phenomenal coach for creative entrepreneurs and she’s helping people everywhere find a deeper sense of purpose and add their gifts to the world. Cathy often says “purpose is the opposite of depression” and she is truly lifting others to be the happiest version of themselves.

Mar 30, 2020
511. The mindset that will save you
11:03

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Looking for proof of what you want to believe
  • Looking for opportunity wherever you can
  • Continuing to grow through hard times



Resources:



Show Notes:

This is the time we have been training for with all of these mindset tools we have learned over the years. You need to keep the mindset that is going to be able to move you forward and keep you positive. The mindset I’ve chosen to take with me may not be the right one for you, but it is the one that makes me feel good and like there are possibilities in the world. You need to find the mindset that works for you.

Mar 26, 2020
510. Questionably Awesome - Your burning questions about COMMUNICATION answered
22:15

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Finding the positive in what is going on right now
  • Understanding different communication styles
  • Not overlooking irritants

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

We have some weird circumstances in the world right now, but one thing I’m good at is keeping things light and silly… and I think we need some of that right now! Let’s take some time to answer your questions with a bit of levity.

 

Question #1:

@al.lanz

How did you learn to use different types of communication with different types of situations?

Mar 25, 2020
509. How routines will bring happiness, success, and normalcy
20:42

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Creating a structure and then adjusting it until it works
  • Having a family meeting
  • Taking a break
  • Avoiding falling down a news rabbit hole but staying informed
  • Showing up for yourself
  • Manufacturing appointments
  • Talk to yourself positively



Resources:



Show Notes:

We’re going to talk about ROUTINE. Let’s be honest about the state of things right now: Kids (for those who have them) are forced to stay at home, parents are all working from home, and there’s a lot of stress involved with all of this change. And that stress can be squashed by having a good, solid routine.

 

Mar 24, 2020
508. Stay OPEN to changing your purpose - with Lisa Bilyeu
01:08:19

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Focusing on self-care
  • Putting aside your ego and trusting your team
  • Aligning yourself with your mission
  • Impacting others by telling your story
  • Balancing work life and health
  • Making art for yourself

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

Lisa Bilyeu is one of those women who completely inspires me all the time. She is the co-founder and president of Impact Theory, a digital media production company focused on empowering content. As if that weren’t enough, she co-founded the billion-dollar brand Quest Nutrition and she hosts the podcast Women of Impact, which she interviewed me on, and it was such an incredible experience. You are going to love this interview.

 

Question Highlights:

  • What was 2019’s lesson for you, and what do you think that lesson is going to be for 2020?
  • How do you build trust and lean into utilizing or creating your support system?
  • Why is Women of Impact such a passion for you?
  • Can you share your experience of growing companies and balancing going full throttle and your health?
  • Were you always able to draw?
  • What are your future projects and ambitions?

 

Guest Bio:

Lisa Bilyeu is the co-founder and president of Impact Theory, a digital media production company focused on empowering content. In addition to co-founding Impact Theory, she co-founded the billion-dollar brand, Quest Nutrition, 9 years ago. Her career trajectory has been an astonishing arc from housewife to entrepreneur and transforming her business focus from nutrition to entertainment media. And now jumping in front of the camera, Lisa hosts the show, "Women of Impact," that centers on all things female empowerment.

Mar 23, 2020
507. What you focus on matters
07:58

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What I am going to be focusing on at this moment
  • Focusing on happiness
  • What you can do in turbulent, trying times



Resources:



Show Notes:

I hope that I can be a glimmer of sunshine in today’s current climate. We are all in this together, and what we focus on during turbulent times will create our life and our experience during all of this. This is all about managing our mindsets, our thoughts, and our energy. Stay safe and be well.

Mar 19, 2020
506. Questionably Awesome - Your burning questions about FEAR + RESISTANCE answered
24:08

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How to get over your fear
  • How to say yes (and when to say no)
  • The difference between fear and resistance

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

In this week’s episode of Questionably Awesome, Evans and I record remotely while practicing social distancing!

 

Question #1:

@cbello4410

Fear holds me back, in my comfort zone.  How do I get past it and finally live the life I want?

 

Question #2:

@ecbg_studio

I say yes to every opportunity because I want to, but also because of FOMO.  How do I handle doing the things I want to do without overdoing it and depleting my energy? I'm afraid other people will get opportunities over me.

 

Question #3:

@jpaola98

What's the difference between fear and resistance?  How do you identify and move past them?

Mar 18, 2020
505. He said, She said
18:47

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Staying informed without getting overwhelmed
  • Not letting the drama or fear paralyze you
  • The law of attraction
  • Staying solution-based



Resources:



Show Notes:

We are talking about distractions. It is what stops people from everything. All of the clutter in your life is stopping you from moving forward and giving attention to what is most important. Whether it’s the coronavirus or the elections, it’s important to stay informed while keeping in mind what you can and can’t do.

Mar 17, 2020
504. Get out of your own way - with Dave Hollis
01:12:43

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How growth leads to discomfort
  • Changing your relationship with failure
  • Choosing how to utilize your time when you’re unhappy
  • Bringing your partner along on your growth journey
  • Understanding why you are in the place you are in
  • Auditing your inner circle
  • Practicing radical candor in your personal and professional life
  • Accepting anything that comes up
  • Writing a book



Resources:



Show Notes:

I’ve already had a chance to talk with Rachel Hollis on the show, but today I get to talk with the other half, Dave Hollis. It is so fun getting both perspectives when talking to someone about their business and life. His new book, Get Out Of Your Own Way, is all about finding a path to growth and fulfillment when you may be skeptical about the practicality of it. We dive deep into how growth leads to discomfort, getting familiar with failure, and growing along with your partner.

 

Question Highlights:

  • Do you still get uncomfortable?
  • What do you say to people who have serious concerns and fears around failure?
  • What would you say to someone who doesn’t know if their partner is right for their personal development journey?
  • What are the things that you want to say to people about what it actually takes?
  • How do you make spaces to have private conversations?
  • What do you do to accept anything that comes up?
  • What are the things that came up when you wrote your book?

 

Guest Bio:

Dave Hollis serves as the CEO of The Hollis Company where he chases audacious dreams with his partner and CCO, the extraordinary NY Times Best-Selling author, motivational speaker, and world-changer Rachel Hollis.

The Hollis Company is built around the belief that everybody is made for more. It exists to arm people from every background with the tools to change their life for the better. Our content is a mix of encouragement, authentic truth-telling and tangible direction to make lasting change. We create tools and foster community to help people grow in their relationships, businesses, sense of self, and opportunities to impact others.

The Hollis Co measures success in impact: how can the media, live events, and merchandise we produce create real and lasting life change? The company lives in these lanes and it’s where the family of existing brands will continue to thrive.

Outside of The Hollis Co, Dave is a member of the Motion Picture Academy and sits on the membership committee, serves on an innovation board called Fandango Labs, as well as the board of Will Rogers Motion Pictures Pioneers, the board of foster care charity Austin Angels and the board of Pepperdine's Institute for Entertainment, Media and Culture.

Dave believes in the importance of variety in a career as a prerequisite for considering any candidate -- his myriad jobs in Research, Publicity, Talent Management, Grassroots Marketing, Brand Management, Retail Strategy, Technology Innovation, and Sales has rounded his expertise and affords an informed, solution-oriented macro view of any business.

Dave is the father of four children, an adoptive father, and four-time foster dad. As a family, the Hollis’ support philanthropy in the foster care and the teen/transitional homelessness space. They live and operate their business out of Austin, TX.

Mar 16, 2020
503. How to be SEEN!
11:25

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Getting yourself out there
  • Showing up as a leader
  • Not being afraid of sounding stupid
  • Standing up for yourself
  • Failure is progress

 

Resources:



Show Notes:

When I was trying to get my message out in the world, I felt like I wasn’t being seen by people. I kept waiting to be chosen by someone — fitness magazine editors, publishers, or influencers — and what I didn’t realize is that I wasn’t making myself as visible to get that recognition myself. You need to stand up for yourself and take accountability for making yourself heard. What are you doing to be visible?

Mar 12, 2020
502. Questionably Awesome - Your burning questions about RESISTANCE answered
25:14

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Pushing through the fear
  • Telling people your vision to hold you accountable
  • Letting go of the things and people holding you back

 

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Show Notes:

Welcome to Questionably Awesome! Evans and I answer your questions about pushing through fear and how to resist letting go.

 

Question #1:

@itsmvsilly

How do you keep pushing through, even when fear is holding you back?

 

Question #2:

@cbello4410

I've been resisting letting things and people go, will life change when I let it go and be free?

Mar 11, 2020
501. He said, She said
14:59

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Adding value to others
  • Creating events
  • How you uplevel your customers

 

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Show Notes:

We’re back with another he said, she said, giving you both Chris’ and my perspective on a topic. Today, we’re going to talk about how you can uplevel your tribe, both the people around you and your customer base.

Mar 10, 2020
500. What is your body trying to tell you about your life? - with Aaron Alexander
01:08:44

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being honest about moments of resistance
  • The meaning of movement
  • Pulling yourself out of a rut
  • Nature therapy
  • Looking at others with compassion
  • Reassessing your perspective of fitness
  • Being vulnerable and getting help

 

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Show Notes:

Aaron Alexander is constantly searching for different ways to make your physical life better. There is still so much we don’t know about our bodies, but we are finding out more every day — and Aaron wants you to take advantage of the latest and greatest. If you want to learn all about how to align your body and your mind, you need to listen to this.

 

Question Highlights:

  • What does it feel like to get a book out into the world?
  • Can you explain the quote that opens your book? What does it mean to you?
  • What is your favorite conversation coming out of this book?
  • Why is it important for people to understand what you are talking about?
  • If you feel like your life is a shit show, where do you start?
  • What’s blowing your mind right now?
  • How can you let go of your ego quicker?

 

Guest Bio:

Aaron Alexander CR, LMT, CPT is a pioneering manual therapist and movement coach whose clients range from A-list Hollywood celebrities to professional athletes and everyone in between. Since 2014, he has been interviewing the world's preeminent thought leaders on physical and psychological well-being on the top-rated Align Podcast, integrating a diverse variety of perspectives on the art and science of physical inhabitance When Aaron isn't writing or speaking, he can typically be found somewhere in the Pacific Ocean or on Original Muscle Beach in Santa Monica, California.

Mar 09, 2020
499. The fallout after the tough conversations
14:41

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What it’s like having a conversation that ends a relationship
  • Letting the people who don’t matter leave
  • Judging people based on your own experience of them
  • The truth will rise to the top
  • Focusing on your own goals

 

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Show Notes:

Recently I was going through my messages and reading some feedback on a podcast I did about having tough conversations and setting boundaries. One person made an amazing point — they knew it was going to be hard, but they had no idea the kind of backlash that was going to come. How do you deal with these situations?

Mar 05, 2020
498. Questionably Awesome - Your burning questions about FEAR answered
29:51

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How to overcome the fear of not being good enough
  • What fear is telling us
  • Finding who you are meant to be

 

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Show Notes:

Welcome to Questionably Awesome! Evans and I answer your questions about overcoming fear, using fear to motivate you to work, and the fear of not knowing.

 

Question #1:

@jillianmurphy.fitlife

How do you overcome the fear of not being good enough for the task ahead?

 

Question #2:

@joyharrington.ig

When is fear logical? Like a healthy fear that makes you actually get up and work?

 

Question #3:

@loveofmylifeag

How to find yourself and who you are meant to be -- my fear is not knowing how

Mar 04, 2020
497. He said, She said
29:58

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • We all have rough days
  • Needing a space to vent
  • Sticking to your fundamentals
  • Maximizing your opportunities where you are
  • Building a life where you are mostly doing what you love

 

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Show Notes:

Today we are getting real: Sometimes, you just get crabby and you have to find a way to shake it off. Our life is awesome, but as positive as we show up online, we all have rough days. Chris and I give an honest look at how we have conversations and move through difficult times.

Mar 03, 2020
496. More abundance now with Chris Lee
01:06:55

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Creating the environment to attract what you want
  • Taking inventory on where you are thriving
  • Identifying the right coaches & workshops
  • Tapping into abundance with gratitude
  • Learning from your breakdowns
  • Being challenged by the people closest to us
  • Counting your blessings

 

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Show Notes:

Chris Lee is a celebrity coach, he’s freaking hilarious and down to earth brilliant. We talk about how your environment impacts your life, how to find authentic coaches and workshops, and learning from your failures and breakdowns. You are going to have some massive shifts around what abundance really is.

 

Question Highlights:

  • How do we get into the mindset of creating an environment of abundance?
  • Was there a point in your life where things weren’t going in your favor?
  • How can people identify the right workshops and coaches?
  • How do I better stick to the decisions that I am making?
  • How do we balance setting goals that are not too small but aren’t unrealistic?

 

Guest Bio:

Chris Lee is a Transformational Trainer, best-selling author, and Life Coach from San Juan Puerto Rico. For 30 years, Chris has been traveling the world and has led seminars and workshops for over 1 million people teaching them the art of living abundant, extraordinary, and successful lives! Chris Lee has worked with top companies worldwide such as Dream Works, CAA, WWE, Apple, Microsoft, IBM, Dragados, Amgen, Unilever, Google, Sony, Univision, NBC, and Telemundo in addition to having been a collaborator for top Latin TV networks and radio shows. He also coaches many celebrities and business leaders, like Lewis Howes, to create unprecedented results. He has also opened and run successful seminar businesses in the US, Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Puerto Rico called Impacto Vital. He has created a workshop for Teens called Torch/Antorcha that teaches adolescents the key to happiness and success. Lee wrote Best Seller "Dile Yes a la Vida!" and “Transform Your Life: 10 Principles of Abundance and Prosperity." You can also listen to Chris Lee on Lewis Howes' School Of Greatness podcast where Chris's 14 interviews have already gotten over 1 million downloads making him the top speaker and most frequent guest on the show.

Mar 02, 2020
495. Become undeniable
36:52

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Choosing to go all in
  • Having accountability
  • Wanting to be seen
  • Starting your own groups
  • Creating value in the world

 

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Show Notes:

Lindsay Schwartz joins me today to talk about having patience in your journey to create your purpose and step into your bigger ideas and making yourself undeniable.

Feb 27, 2020
494. Questionably Awesome - Your burning questions about GROWTH answered
40:40

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Explaining growth to your partner
  • Setting goals together
  • Being on your own journey
  • What to do when relationships won’t let you grow
  • Finding clarity

 

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Show Notes:

Welcome to Questionably Awesome! This week we have special guest Lindsay Schwartz with us to answer your questions about growth, relationships, and clarity.

 

Question #1:

@heatherriv004

Tips on explaining your growth to your partner so it affects your relationship in a positive way?

 

Question #2:

@jaylaagnes

How do you know if walking away from relationships will help you grow?

 

Question #3:

@laurynjuhl

What is your go-to strategy for finding clarity? (i.e. journaling, meditation?)

Feb 26, 2020
493. He said, She said
21:04

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Enjoying the process
  • Meeting women where they’re at now
  • Pivoting and changing
  • Pulling your dream through the drudgery

 

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Show Notes:

Chris and I both bring in such different perspectives when we look at topics together. This week, I get to give more details on my exciting upcoming project, and how we are dealing with all of the fear and doubt that comes along with a pivot and new product launch.

Feb 25, 2020
492. FAST Track Your GROWTH in Life and Business - with Cat Golden
01:14:49

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Growth can go fast or growth can go very fast
  • Having the self-restraint to focus on what is now instead of figuring it all out
  • Opening your heart to new experiences, connection, and growth
  • Relying on your strengths
  • Leaning in and being vulnerable
  • The results you can see from taking action on a mastermind group
  • Listening when things aren’t feeling good

 

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Show Notes:

Cat Golden has been on this journey of growth and self-development with me for about two years, but it feels like I’ve known her forever. While struggling with her job as a nurse, she picked up A Tribe Called Bliss and began following it to a T. It’s been so fun watching her create something out of a need she had in her own field and to watch it completely explode. We unlock all of the things that she did on her path along the way.

Question Highlights:

 

  • Where were you before A Tribe Called Bliss came into your life?
  • What was it like following the book with these girls together?
  • What was the point when you put up a wall in your life, and how did you open your heart?
  • How do you lean in instead of withdrawing?
  • What were the main benefits of joining a mastermind?

 

Guest Bio:

Cat Golden became a nurse after completing her BSN at the University of Colorado. Her passion for helping nurses find the confidence they need to create their own schedules has come from her own need in the industry. She helps them take a chance on their dreams and maintain self-care, and that is what sparked her movement Nurses Inspire Nurses.

She runs the Nurses Inspire Nurses shop, and she hosts monthly events and coffee talks, as well as provides free resources to support nurses no matter where they are in the world. She has shipped thousands of Nurses Inspire Nurses merch out to nurses across the US, Canada, Europe, and Australia, and she’s built a 6-figure business in under a year.

The Nurses Inspire Nurses movement virtual community consists of 20,000 nurses from all over the world. She takes nurses through her 90-day mentorship program, the leap/land/live method, and helps them look inside themselves and uncover what they’re truly passionate about. She believes that if nurses embrace their true being that they will uncover their purpose and be able to live a life they are obsessed with.

Feb 24, 2020
491. 4 steps to get through any challenge
30:03

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Stopping ourselves from circling the drain
  • The four steps you need for getting through any challenge
  • Prove that you can do this
  • Playing it to the end

 

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