A respectable organization wants to use all or part of my course in their program. What should I do?
At first, you may feel this is an amazing opportunity. It feels good that a solid and reputable establishment values your work. And it IS a testament to your professionalism and great content. So, yay you! :-)
Please, don’t stop there.
It’s easy to get tempted to jump at a “Yes” because you're honored to be recognized and included. However, I want you to take a few moments to ask yourself a couple of questions:
In this episode, I speak with Tatiana Tsoir.
As an author, podcaster, and business owner, Tatiana Tsoir, CPA and founder of Linza Advisors is much more than an accountant. She’s a numbers expert with over 15 years of experience helping entrepreneurs and business owners become the boss of their bottom line. Tatiana is now committed to sharing her expertise with a broader audience to empower those overwhelmed and confused with the back-end of running a business so they can make money doing what they love.
Why You Need to Know Your Numbers
As entrepreneurs and women, we sometimes find ourselves wanting to pass off our accounting to someone else. While this is good for some parts of the business, you must know your numbers, what they mean, and how you can use them to improve your business. Tatiana shares actionable steps on how to take control of your metrics and empower yourself.
Practical Tips For Any Entrepreneur
Tatiana breaks down the three areas in...
In this episode, I talk with Debra Valentina.
Debra Valentina, founder of Creativing, is a holistic intuitive coach for female entrepreneurs and executives, as well as a speaker and published author. Her memoir "Beyond Chaos: Journey to Freedom and Joy" was published in March by Write Path Publishing.
One of Debra's greatest delights is to empower women to get beyond their doubts and fears to fully express their unique talents and experience freedom and joy.
Knowing When To Pivot From The Corporate World
Many of you might be wondering what it takes to make the change from the corporate world to becoming self-employed. Debra discusses bravery, having a plan and how she made the switch.
How Money Blocks and Money Mindset Can Hold You Back
Are you comfortable asking for what you're worth? Debra discusses how knowing your worth comes with more than just a monetary value. She helps women unpack issues around money and mindset, and lets you know how to start charging the...
In this episode, I talk with Manisha Sheth.
Manisha is a mom of 3 and the founder of Nurturing Mama. She supports moms and their mental health from pregnancy to toddlerhood. She's a certified antenatal & hypnobirthing teacher, birth & postpartum doula, and also a trainee counselor.
Through the challenges she faced when she had her 3 boys, she found there was a huge lack of support for moms as well as high expectations to be perfect. With these 2 combined, she's seen how it's increased the rates of maternal mental health conditions. Manisha is now dedicated to supporting moms using evidence-based education, effective tools, and non-judgemental support tailored to them.
Manisha and I discuss:
How To Cultivate A Support System
Manisha speaks about how living far away from friends and family during the struggle of conception and then parenthood added to her stress and why having a support system is critical.
How Mental Health Issues Affect Everyone
In this episode, I talk with Heather Dominick.
Heather Dominick is a woman who is impressively successful, and highly spiritual. An exceptional facilitator and teacher, Heather is known for creating a safe, sacred community for true transformation whether she is teaching a Business Miracles® Class, delivering training online or in-person or mentoring members of her Business Miracles Community in her various Mentoring Programs.
She has helped thousands of Highly Sensitive Entrepreneurs® release life-long limiting beliefs, overcome fears and learn how to build their business in a way that actually feels so good that they can’t help but create solid, sustainable, high level financial success. Heather is also the founder and leader of the Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur® movement.
How To Turn Being Highly Sensitive Into Your Solopreneur Superpower
Heather discusses how discovering that she was highly sensitive impacted her and what it means to her as an...
Are you struggling to find your ideal client? You might know who you want to serve, but you're not sure how to narrow them down.
Every business owner needs to have a clear understanding of who they are serving and the problem that they are helping them with. This will define your products, sales and marketing decisions.
To find out more about what needs to go into creating your ideal client, and how to define them to best serve their needs, click here to request your support printable and start clarifying your ideal client.
Remember, they are probably more like you than you think! :-)
PS: Here's the link to the YouTube episode and more exciting tips and tricks!
In this episode, I talk with Lisa Fabrega.
Lisa Fabrega is a leadership coach who helps ambitious women expand their capacity to handle more growth, wealth & success. For more than ten years, she has helped entrepreneurs, corporate executives, Academy Award nominees, and Nobel Prize organization candidates break through boundaries that have been holding them back from their next level. Her signature approach enables clients to reach their highest levels of success and impact.
Lisa has addressed thousands of people both on stage as a keynote speaker as well as when she appeared on podcasts including The Unmistakable Creative, Her Rules Radio and Tell Me A Story with Debra Silverman. She’s also been featured on CNN, Yahoo! News and The Huffington Post. She splits her time between Florida and California with her two rescue dogs, Luna and Sadie.
Self-Imposed Limiting Beliefs
We discuss how our background and surroundings can influence our belief...
In this episode, Kc talks with Leslie Montanile.
Leslie began practicing matrimonial law in 1992 in Los Angeles, California. Working in a prestigious boutique law firm she worked closely with clients to successfully achieve their desired goals and immediate needs. Upon moving back to her native home in New York Ms. Montanile decided in January of 2000 to open her own law practice and dedicate her legal career to helping women stuck in horrible situations – going through divorces – to effectively navigate the process of divorce and achieve independent financial success.
Ms. Montanile has helped hundreds of women throughout her 25-year career and her experience encompasses a wide range of successful settlement negotiations. Ms. Montanile received her law degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City, and is admitted to practice before the Courts of the State of New York, California and Connecticut.
Kc and Leslie discuss:
Taking Control Of Your Ship
In this episode, Kc interviews Echo Huang.
Echo Huang left China at age twenty to cross the ocean with nothing but $800 and the hope of achieving the American Dream. Her courage and dedication fueled her journey through the business world over the next twenty years, gaining experience working in financial planning firms of all sizes before venturing off on her own.
Today, as founder and President of Echo Wealth Management with multiple designations such as CFP®, Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license, and Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter, Echo helps the country's top executives and entrepreneurs take the complexity out of their finances, giving them the confidence to follow their dreams and achieve their goals.
Kc and Echo discuss:
Echo's Journey And Her Investment Path
Listen to Echo share her story and how her love for numbers and investing began. She also reveals the importance of taking complicated ideas and breaking them down into simple and actionable...
In this episode, Kc interviews Camilla Jeffs.
Camilla Jeffs has built and grown three businesses and has ideas for more daily! As a mother of five children, she is passionate about teaching her children entrepreneurship skills and opening their minds to non-traditional paths.
Camilla holds an MBA and is skilled in business development, asset and portfolio management, market analysis, economic and demographic trends, asset acquisition and exit strategies, and negotiations. She raises millions of dollars for apartment acquisitions and orchestrates group investments so investors receive all the benefits of investing in real estate such as cash flow, tax write-offs, and appreciation without all the hassles of being a landlord.
Kc and Camilla talk discuss:
What Drives Camilla's Passion For Wealth and Her Investment Trifecta
Camilla reveals why financially empowered women are a force for good and then listen to her investing trifecta which includes financial, social, and environmental...
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