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In a world where the rules of business have been written by men, how do women entrepreneurs who want to make millions of dollars AND impact millions of lives, create enormous success on our terms? This show has the ANSWERS. On Power + Presence + Position (PPP) we believe you CAN make big money and have a big impact. We celebrate your bold opinions, your unapologetic ambition and your unwavering commitment to build an impeccable business and life. Award winning journalist, women's leadership expert, and host of PPP, Eleanor Beaton is on a mission to double the number of women entrepreneurs who generate over a million dollars in annual revenue. This show will teach you to learn to think, communicate and get paid like a 7-figure CEO.
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Sep 22, 2020

Many of us women entrepreneurs are focused on making money in our businesses. We want to make sales, but are we actually building wealth? Money and wealth are not necessarily the same thing, and my guest today is sharing how powerful it is to rewire your brain to see the difference.

Wealth is about attaining sacred success, fulfilling your soul’s purpose, and being financially rewarded for it. As you hustle and grind for the next sale, do you feel aligned with your soul? It may seem like making money is all about numbers, there’s also a spiritual aspect to it that we often neglect.

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My guest today, Barbara Huson, is a brilliant money coach for women entrepreneurs and the author of multiple books, with her newest one coming out in January. Barbara grew up rich, but it wasn’t until she lost everything and rediscovered her power that she became wealthy. We’re having a super fun conversation about what women need to do to rewire their brains for wealth.

Listen in today as Barbara and I talk about women, wealth, and power. We’re diving into the evolution of her body of work and what she’s been exploring recently that has led her to help women rewire their brains for wealth. At the end, she does some live money mindset coaching with me that I think will seriously benefit a lot of you. It left me feeling a little vulnerable but I know how important it is for you all to hear her amazing insights and advice.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • How Barbara got started on this path from rich to wealthy.
  • What sacred success means and how to pursue it.
  • Why money challenges actually have nothing to do with money.
  • What wealth is and why it’s so important.
  • The 3 step process to rewiring your brain.
  • Why resistance is a sign of being on the brink of greatness.

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Want enriching conversation with intelligent, insightful women entrepreneurs, who are unapologetic about their ambition? Join me in the Power + Presence + Position community - the free, invite-only community for fierce, high-level women entrepreneurs making a huge impact on the world. You’ll get access to our book club, happy hours, and executive round tables where we talk about the issues that matter most to women entrepreneurs.

If you’re ready to take your business to the next level and be part of the best conversation about women entrepreneurship on the internet, join me in the free Power + Presence + Position community today!

Sep 15, 2020

If you don’t want to just go fast but also go far, then you need to build and manage an amazing, high-performing team. Unfortunately, there is so much BS out there that holds women back from being really excellent leaders who know how to produce business results through a team.

Most people want to be the CEO of a business, but they don’t want to manage a team. It makes sense; learning how to manage can be challenging and it’s not always as fun and sexy as being the visionary. But I know from experience that having a team in place has really given me the opportunity to step into my role as a CEO more than ever before.

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We’re getting real and raw today about building and managing teams. My guest is an expert in this field and is THE thought leader and expert on entrepreneurial management. Kris Plachy has over 25 years of experience managing and coaching leaders and has poured her life’s work into guiding leaders to successful team management. Through her new program, How to CEO Like a Boss, she’s helping women CEOs become pros at this vital skill. 

 

Tune in to the show today to hear Kris and I talk all things leadership and team management. There is a difference between the two, and you’ll have more success if you master both. We’re having a bold, fun, tough-minded conversation on how not to suck at managing a team. Our frank discussion about ceo-ing and managing people will give you the motivation to make your first hire or find the courage to manage better. Kris is sharing insights from her years helping CEOs become better managers and tips for you to improve your skills.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Why leaders often want to be visionaries but not managers.
  • The difference between leading and managing.
  • Why there’s no escaping managing if you’re an entrepreneur.
  • The skill Kris says is most important to develop if you want to lead.
  • How a freelancer mindset compares to an entrepreneur and CEO mindset.
  • The organizations and leaders that inspire us to be better leaders.

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Join the Community of Practice!

Want enriching conversation with intelligent, insightful women entrepreneurs, who are unapologetic about their ambition? Join me in the Power + Presence + Position community - the free, invite-only community for fierce, high-level women entrepreneurs making a huge impact on the world. You’ll get access to our book club, happy hours, and executive round tables where we talk about the issues that matter most to women entrepreneurs.

If you’re ready to take your business to the next level and be part of the best conversation about women entrepreneurship on the internet, join me in the free Power + Presence + Position community today!

Sep 8, 2020

What do you envision when you picture your company in 10 years? Are you making more money, serving more people, and living a more elevated life? I know many of you think about this, but are only planning how you can grow your business by 50 or 60 percent. 

If you really want to grow your business this year, you’ve got to stop playing small. Instead, start thinking about how you’re going to 10X your business in the next year. Your vision for 10 years from now doesn’t have to be in 10 years, it can be much much sooner.

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My guest today believes that exponential thinking as a strategy for entrepreneurs to scale their companies is alive and well. He’s an international business growth coach with over 30 years of entrepreneurial and executive experience. After taking multiple companies from startup to $500 million, he knows a thing or two about scaling. 

In today’s episode, I’m talking with mega-successful scaling coach, Bill Gallagher. We’re having a super fun conversation about what scaling actually is, how to do it well, and we also get into the magical mindset of creating a vision and believing in it. I normally only bring badass women in business onto this show, so you know this dude is brilliant if I’m bringing him on. Get ready to feel inspired and motivated to 10X your company and your vision.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What scaling really means.
  • Bill’s experience 10X-ing businesses. 
  • Some of the biggest barriers to scaling your business.
  • Why this crisis is actually an opportunity to evolve. 
  • How Bill recommends bringing your vision to life.
  • The power of not leading from fear, but towards a vision.

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Are you a fan of the Power + Presence + Position? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

What are you waiting for? Head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe, and leave a review to enter your name into this month’s drawing!

Join the Community of Practice!

Want enriching conversation with intelligent, insightful women entrepreneurs, who are unapologetic about their ambition? Join me in the Power + Presence + Position community - the free, invite-only community for fierce, high-level women entrepreneurs making a huge impact on the world. You’ll get access to our book club, happy hours, and executive round tables where we talk about the issues that matter most to women entrepreneurs.

If you’re ready to take your business to the next level and be part of the best conversation about women entrepreneurship on the internet, join me in the free Power + Presence + Position community today!

Sep 1, 2020

2020 has been a year for the record books in so many ways. If I’ve learned anything from this year it’s that life’s most brutal experiences show us what we are truly made of and open the door to unprecedented growth, impact, and fulfillment. 

For many women, we believe that we can’t be successful without suffering. That those brutal life experiences are what allow us to thrive. But my guest today would argue that you don’t have to prove your dedication through pain, hustling, or grinding. Being strategic and trusting yourself are enough.

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I am having a very raw, very real, and very fun conversation today with my colleague, Heather Chauvin. Heather is a leadership coach and strategic parenting expert who helps ambitious women become leaders at work and at home. Drawing from her professional experience as a social worker and her life experience raising 3 boys, Heather has created a signature approach to focus her clients on sustainability, profitability, and ease. 

Listen in today as Heather and I discuss what it was like to be diagnosed with cancer and how that changed her mindset around work, success, and family. We’re diving into the problems with the hustle mentality and why it’s our job to teach people how to treat us. As Heather says, you don’t have to suffer to be successful. To be a leader at home and in your business, it’s about learning to trust yourself and focus on becoming the person you desire your child to be. This episode has so many great insights for you on running a business, overcoming challenges, and becoming the leader you want to be. 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Heather’s first response to finding out she had cancer.
  • Why Heather used to believe that suffering leads to success.
  • How the hustle is reinforced in every aspect of our culture.
  • How switching from suffering to working strategically impacted Heather’s business.
  • The “epidural” Heather used to numb herself and how she overcame it.
  • Why the concept of non-attachment was crucial in creating her podcast.
  • Why Heather’s million-dollar minute idea is some of the best advice I’ve ever heard.

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Are you a fan of the Power + Presence + Position? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

What are you waiting for? Head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe, and leave a review to enter your name into this month’s drawing!

Join the Community of Practice!

Want enriching conversation with intelligent, insightful women entrepreneurs, who are unapologetic about their ambition? Join me in the Power + Presence + Position community - the free, invite-only community for fierce, high-level women entrepreneurs making a huge impact on the world. You’ll get access to our book club, happy hours, and executive round tables where we talk about the issues that matter most to women entrepreneurs.

If you’re ready to take your business to the next level and be part of the best conversation about women entrepreneurship on the internet, join me in the free Power + Presence + Position community today!

 

Aug 25, 2020

If you want to launch, scale, and eventually sell your business, understanding what investors are looking for is important. Besides having a great business idea and the skills to operate it, it’s about your mindset. Entrepreneurship is like leaping blindly into the unknown and having the confidence in yourself to know you’ll figure it out. 

As my guest today says, there’s no better job than creating what’s in your head and sharing it with others. And recognizing that you don’t need to know how to do everything off the bat is key.

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I am so excited to share this conversation with you today. I’m talking with TaskRabbit founder and General Partner at Fuel Capital, Leah Busque Solivan. Leah scaled Task Rabbit to be in 44 different cities across the country, raised more than $50 million in capital, and in 2017, it was acquired by Ikea. She has a wealth of wisdom and experience to share with you about building, scaling, and selling a business.

Listen in today as Leah walks us through the process of launching, scaling, and selling her startup, TaskRabbit. She is now an investor in startups so she also offers some critical mindset considerations for female founders. And, she’s sharing how you can start building relationships with investors so you can secure the funding you need for your startup down the line. This episode is packed full of insights and advice from someone who has been there and did it successfully, I know you’re going to learn a lot from her.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Why Leah became an entrepreneur and the impetus for starting TaskRabbit.
  • The importance of understanding your customer and following data.
  • The biggest shifts Leah had to make as a leader.
  • Leah’s advice for female founders looking to secure funding.
  • Why it’s so important to have more underrepresented groups writing checks.
  • How Leah advises founders to lead their companies through a crisis.

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Are you a fan of the Power + Presence + Position? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

What are you waiting for? Head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe, and leave a review to enter your name into this month’s drawing!

Join the Community of Practice!

Want enriching conversation with intelligent, insightful women entrepreneurs, who are unapologetic about their ambition? Join me in the Power + Presence + Position community - the free, invite-only community for fierce, high-level women entrepreneurs making a huge impact on the world. You’ll get access to our book club, happy hours, and executive round tables where we talk about the issues that matter most to women entrepreneurs.

If you’re ready to take your business to the next level and be part of the best conversation about women entrepreneurship on the internet, join me in the free Power + Presence + Position community today!

Aug 18, 2020

Many service-based businesses start with a freelance model. You sell a contract, provide the service, over and over again. And you can make decent money doing this, but at some point, you’re going to burn out or even go broke. The key to avoiding these outcomes is by changing your pricing model so you can increase your profit margin.

A good profit margin allows you to invest in new technologies, hire amazing people, and build up a cash reserve which will eliminate a ton of stress. Building up profit is really a tremendous gift you can give yourself. And, you have more control over it than you think.

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When I work with service-based entrepreneurs who are ready to take their profits to the next level, I see them fall into a lot of the same pricing traps. They get stuck in their freelancer mindset and have difficulty switching to the mindset of a 7-figure CEO. But if you really want to scale and grow, you need to escape that mindset, and I can show you how.

In this episode, I’m sharing one of the biggest pricing traps I see service-based business owners fall into and how you can free yourself from freelancer pricing. I want to help you make the shift to premium pricing where you’re doing work that you love, not burning out, and you’re making a ton of money and profit. Remember, if you price yourself like a freelancer, that’s how the market will continue to see you. I’ll show you how to transition your brand position through pricing so you can start making the money you want and deserve. 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • All the benefits that come with good profit margins.
  • The difference between a high touch 5-figure offer and an SFSO.
  • Why service-based entrepreneurs get hung up on being affordable.
  • What CEO pricing is and its four components.
  • How to divorce your pricing from your time.
  • The deep mindset work required to go from a freelancer mindset to a CEO mindset.

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Love the show? Let us know!

Are you a fan of the Power + Presence + Position? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

What are you waiting for? Head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe, and leave a review to enter your name into this month’s drawing!

Join the Community of Practice!

Want enriching conversation with intelligent, insightful women entrepreneurs, who are unapologetic about their ambition? Join me in the Power + Presence + Position community - the free, invite-only community for fierce, high-level women entrepreneurs making a huge impact on the world. You’ll get access to our book club, happy hours, and executive round tables where we talk about the issues that matter most to women entrepreneurs.

If you’re ready to take your business to the next level and be part of the best conversation about women entrepreneurship on the internet, join me in the free Power + Presence + Position community today!

Aug 11, 2020

Have you ever looked at the competition in your industry and noticed that your following, database, or subscriber list is way smaller than everyone else’s? You want to make more sales, but don’t want to ruin your reputation with those high-pressure sales tactics. Don’t worry, help is on the way.

When I transitioned into coaching, selling wasn’t easy. Quite frankly, it was like a whole new language. I quickly learned that selling hard isn’t about being pushy or forcing people into joining your lists. It’s about structure and positioning.

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I use a lot of basketball references in this episode to explain the importance of positioning in your business. Rebounders in the game are always looking for where the shot is coming from and where it’s going to bounce to. Then, it’s about positioning yourself to catch the rebound. In this way and many others, basketball is a lot like sales. 

In this episode, I’m sharing how you can sell harder without ruining your reputation with high-pressure sales tactics. You don’t have to feel gross about selling if you understand how to position your offers in a way that ascends your customers from one level to the next. I’m talking about setting yourself up to get the rebound, releasing the pressure you put on yourself to sell harder, and ascension creation. The things I share today are some of the ways I was able to build a seven-figure business with a much smaller list than most of my colleagues. I did it, so I know you can too.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Why rebounding in basketball is just like positioning yourself for a sale.
  • How mastering positioning is crucial for success in sports and in business.
  • How to position yourself correctly for the sale.
  • The importance of knowing our customers’ next-level wants.
  • What creation ascension is and how to plan out milestones.
  • The gorgeous organization principle that allows you to sell hard consistently.

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Love the show? Let us know!

Are you a fan of the Power + Presence + Position? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

What are you waiting for? Head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe, and leave a review to enter your name into this month’s drawing!

Join the Community of Practice!

Want enriching conversation with intelligent, insightful women entrepreneurs, who are unapologetic about their ambition? Join me in the Power + Presence + Position community - the free, invite-only community for fierce, high-level women entrepreneurs making a huge impact on the world. You’ll get access to our book club, happy hours, and executive round tables where we talk about the issues that matter most to women entrepreneurs.

If you’re ready to take your business to the next level and be part of the best conversation about women entrepreneurship on the internet, join me in the free Power + Presence + Position community today!

Aug 4, 2020

Some women just know how to collaborate with other women, how to uplift other women, how to bring together groups of incredible women under a shared purpose to create a better world. No one does this better than my dear friend and guest on today’s show, Claudia Chan. 

Claudia is the CEO of SHE GLOBL Media, the multi-platform women's empowerment media company that is behind the renowned S.H.E. SUMMIT conference. This is a woman that has a whole lot going on and is doing a ton to advance women’s empowerment, especially through her Whole-Life Leadership methodology.

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With everything going on in the world right now (George Floyd’s murder, BLM protests, COVID, to name a few), people everywhere are feeling the spark to get involved. People want to be part of the change but many don’t know what steps to take. Claudia believes that to make outward change you have to start by going inward. 

In this episode, you get to be a fly on the wall of a conversation between two friends about purpose, empowerment, spirituality, and activation. Each of us was born with a purpose, and Claudia shares how the key to driving change is igniting and unleashing that greatness within. We’re discussing how organizational change can’t happen without personal development, the role God plays in our businesses, and how Whole-Life Leadership is a gift we can give to our families and businesses.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What relational intentionality is and how you can start practicing it.
  • How Claudia has chosen to respond to everything going on in the world. 
  • How we can balance listening and learning with using our voices.
  • That every person has a diversity story that can help them enact change.
  • Where Claudia gets her clarity and next level work.
  • How Claudia carves out time to develop her ideas.
  • What the Whole-Life Leadership methodology is and how to implement it.

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Love the show? Let us know!

Are you a fan of the Power + Presence + Position? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

What are you waiting for? Head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe, and leave a review to enter your name into this month’s drawing!

Join the Community of Practice!

Want enriching conversation with intelligent, insightful women entrepreneurs, who are unapologetic about their ambition? Join me in the Power + Presence + Position community - the free, invite-only community for fierce, high-level women entrepreneurs making a huge impact on the world. You’ll get access to our book club, happy hours, and executive round tables where we talk about the issues that matter most to women entrepreneurs.

If you’re ready to take your business to the next level and be part of the best conversation about women entrepreneurship on the internet, join me in the free Power + Presence + Position community today!

Jul 28, 2020

No stranger will get in your car and ride with you if you aren’t clear where you’re taking them. In marketing, we call this destination the ‘promised land.’ It’s where your customers want to go based on what you tell them in your messaging about your brand, offerings, products and services. 

Of course, the concept of the promised land isn’t just used in marketing. It’s found in Greek mythology, Nordic mythology, and most religions. As humans, we’re obsessed with getting to the final destination. It’s why we watch before-and-after transformation shows. We want to see what the promised land looks like and how we can get there.

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If you aren’t clear on your offering’s promised land, why would a customer hop on board for the journey? When marketing your business and your offerings, you want to take time to get clear on what the promised land you offer is. What is the promised destination your customer wants to arrive at?

Listen in today as I spell out how you can dramatically improve your marketing by clearly articulating your promised land to your customers. I’m breaking down the allure we as humans have to promised lands and how to tap into that innate interest in your marketing. I’ll share some examples of brands that are completely nailing the marketing for their promised lands and how you can create and market yours. 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What the promised land means in marketing.
  • How humans have been obsessed with the promised land for centuries. 
  • How each of your offerings has their own promised land. 
  • Some examples of brands that are nailing their promised land marketing.
  • How you can discover and cultivate the promised land for your offering.

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Love the show? Let us know!

Are you a fan of the Power + Presence + Position? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

What are you waiting for? Head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe, and leave a review to enter your name into this month’s drawing!

Join the Community of Practice!

Want enriching conversation with intelligent, insightful women entrepreneurs, who are unapologetic about their ambition? Join me in the Power + Presence + Position community - the free, invite-only community for fierce, high-level women entrepreneurs making a huge impact on the world. You’ll get access to our book club, happy hours, and executive round tables where we talk about the issues that matter most to women entrepreneurs.

If you’re ready to take your business to the next level and be part of the best conversation about women entrepreneurship on the internet, join me in the free Power + Presence + Position community today!

Jul 21, 2020

What is the end game for you and your business? I would bet that you’d like to be working less, spending time with those you love more, and making a positive impact on the causes you care about. Like me, you want CIA: Cash, Influence, and Autonomy. 

But if you are the biggest asset your business has, you won’t be able to achieve CIA. You will continue to be overworked and overwhelmed by your business. If that sounds like you, you need to listen to this episode. Time management is not your problem, queen, leverage is your problem.

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So many women entrepreneurs fall into this trap of over-functioning and under-leveraging. This trap that you’re in with so many other women could cost you millions of dollars over the next few years. I’m so excited to tell you that I have a proven and effective solution to get you out of this trap and on your way to CIA. It’s all about creating and leveraging your core offer. 

In today’s episode, I’m sharing what happened when I was personally overleveraged and my team and processes were underleveraged. We’re talking about creating your core offer and leveraging the heck out of it through the 3 Ms of creating and marketing a core offer. You will learn why you need to start building assets instead of being the asset in your business, and how creating and marketing a 7-figure core offer is the way to do it. If you can commit to this, you will be giving yourself and your family the life-changing gift of an asset that brings you CIA. 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Why time management is not your problem and leverage is. 
  • What CIA is and how to make it your end game.
  • What leverage is and what happens when we overleverage ourselves.
  • Some examples of highly successful core leveraged offers.
  • How to implement the 3 Ms of creating and marketing a core offer.
  • The difference between a core offer and your brand promise.

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Love the show? Let us know!

Are you a fan of the Power + Presence + Position? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

What are you waiting for? Head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe, and leave a review to enter your name into this month’s drawing!

Join the Community of Practice!

Want enriching conversation with intelligent, insightful women entrepreneurs, who are unapologetic about their ambition? Join me in the Power + Presence + Position community - the free, invite-only community for fierce, high-level women entrepreneurs making a huge impact on the world. You’ll get access to our book club, happy hours, and executive round tables where we talk about the issues that matter most to women entrepreneurs.

If you’re ready to take your business to the next level and be part of the best conversation about women entrepreneurship on the internet, join me in the free Power + Presence + Position community today!

Jul 14, 2020

Are you struggling to take your business to the next level? Perhaps you have a killer marketing strategy and a business that fulfills and excites you. Yet for some reason, your prospects aren’t buying what you’re selling. One of the most common reasons for this problem is that you don’t believe. 

If you don’t believe in your offerings, your prospects’ abilities, or yourself, your customers won’t either. The truth is, to sell more you need to believe harder. But it’s not as simple as showing up for your business every day. Belief takes more than just showing up, and there are three different categories of belief that you need to focus on. 

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In my coaching, I see tons of women entrepreneurs who lack belief in these different categories and it directly impacts their sales. Some of you are marketing an offering you don’t actually want to deliver. Some of you don’t believe your prospects can get the results you want to guarantee. And many of you simply don’t believe that you have the power to do the selling. 

In today’s episode, I’m sharing the three categories of belief that you need to have in order to sell more. The harder you believe in these categories, the more you will sell. I give some real examples of each belief and the ways you can work through your limitations. And, I take you through an exercise to evaluate your level of belief in each category so you know where you can improve. If you want your prospects to believe what you’re marketing so you can sell more, start with believing harder.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • The 3 types of beliefs that you must cultivate in order to sell more.
  • How to elevate your belief across these 3 categories.
  • Why I always pay attention to feelings of freedom and constriction.
  • Why so many of us have a Superwoman Complex and how it affects our teams. 
  • How believing in yourself is a learned skill. 
  • An exercise for evaluating your belief levels and ways to improve.

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Love the show? Let us know!

Are you a fan of the Power + Presence + Position? If the tips and interviews we share in each episode have helped you gain the confidence and inspiration to become a better, more powerful leader, head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show and leave your honest review to let us know!

What are you waiting for? Head on over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe, and leave a review to enter your name into this month’s drawing!

Join the Community of Practice!

Want enriching conversation with intelligent, insightful women entrepreneurs, who are unapologetic about their ambition? Join me in the Power + Presence + Position community - the free, invite-only community for fierce, high-level women entrepreneurs making a huge impact on the world. You’ll get access to our book club, happy hours, and executive round tables where we talk about the issues that matter most to women entrepreneurs.

If you’re ready to take your business to the next level and be part of the best conversation about women entrepreneurship on the internet, join me in the free Power + Presence + Position community today!

Jul 7, 2020

My grandpa once told me that it is a woman’s prerogative to change her mind. In every scenario and especially in business, you have the power to niche down, do a big scale do-over or reposition whenever you think you need to. Successful leaders and entrepreneurs exercise the right to change their minds.

My guest today is the perfect example of a successful entrepreneur ending one business to start another that felt more aligned with her ambitions and goals. If your business doesn’t fulfill you or make you happy, eventually it will plateau. But, being aware of your positioning and knowing when it’s time to pivot can prevent that.

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This is easier said than done because as women, we’ve been conditioned to fit in and never leave anyone behind, including customers. How do you uplevel your business and move on from your loyal following?

In today’s episode, I’m joined by sales coach and “unapologetic wealth creator,” Jess Lorimer. Jess is the founder of Smart Leader Sell and focuses on corporate sales, but this isn’t what her business always looked like. She’s sharing how her decision to take bold action came about and how she implemented it. We’ll discuss the bumps she faced along the way as well as the reasons women entrepreneurs struggle with taking massive action. If you have ever wanted to call time-out on the business you are building, this episode is for you.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What prompted Jess to make the decision to change her business.
  • What happens when you aren’t fulfilled by the business you’re building.
  • How women are socialized not to leave anyone behind.
  • Why women hold themselves back from making major decisions.
  • The 2 different types of fear we face as business owners.
  • Why selling transparently is the least sleazy form of sales.

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Jun 30, 2020

What impact would it have on your life if you took the best and left the rest? In all areas of your life, how would keeping what’s essential and getting rid of the rest improve it? Real growth comes when you refine your focus and return to what matters.

Many of you are wondering how to get faster at making money. You’ve established what it is you’re good at and what you can offer, now you’re ready for the next level. That next level is the final “P” in this podcast’s name, Position.

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You will find riches in your niches. When you narrow your focus, refine what you offer, and focus on your Most Valuable Buyers, amazing things happen. You speed up the flow of money and you increase your sales velocity. 

In today’s episode, I’m talking about the remarkable and disruptive power of niching down. By taking the best and leaving the rest, you’re left with a smaller field to play and practice in. I’m sharing how you can master your sales velocity and get faster at making money just by refining your attention and narrowing your focus. By assessing your position in the marketplace and in your MVB’s lives, you can double down on what’s truly essential.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What it means to take the best and leave the rest.
  • How having the courage to refine can change your life and your business.
  • Why the riches truly are in the niches and what that means. 
  • How to refine in a way that doesn’t alienate your current customers.
  • Why you need to get clear on what your MBVs want.
  • My key action step for beginning your research on your MVBs.

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Jun 23, 2020

Your brand is more than your products, your services, and even yourself. The most successful businesses take branding a step deeper by uncovering a brand promise. This is your presence in the marketplace and in your Most Valuable Buyers’ lives. 

Brands like Apple, BMW, and Geico all have comprehensive, evocative brand promises that lay the foundation for their content and marketing. I know that once you uncover your brand’s promise, all that pent-up demand will start flowing along with the money.

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Remember, great brands aren’t invented. They’re uncovered. And by getting really clear on your message, you can start using your voice to find your voice. It’s always clarity before creativity. Your brand promise is the heartbeat of your messaging.

In today’s episode, I’m delving into the second “P” of Power + Presence + Position and sharing why I think it’s so important to uncover your brand promise. I’m sharing the exact steps to find your brand promise and why I chose “Unapologetically Ambitious” as my own. You and I are both here to achieve long-lasting success, not to be one-hit wonders. Cultivating presence is a key part of your brand’s foundation.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • The actual definition of “brand” and “brand promise.”
  • 6 businesses who are nailing their brand promises.
  • Why your brand promise needs to be comprehensive and evocative. 
  • How to uncover your brand promise.
  • Why using your voice helps you find your voice.
  • How I landed on our brand promise and how it impacts all aspects of our business.

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Jun 16, 2020

I love getting a behind-the-scenes look at how other women entrepreneurs are growing their companies. It’s so fascinating to see what steps they’re taking to build their dominions and discover what I can learn from them. 

Hiring is one of those behind-the-scenes functions of a business that outsiders don’t get to see. That’s why, today, I’m sharing how exactly I created my hiring plan for the rest of 2020. It’s also how I’m activating my power in my business.

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Power is one of the three pillars of this show, along with Presence and Position. Not only is power a loaded word when it comes to women and business, but it requires you to have immense clarity and conviction. Hiring the right people requires you to use your power to shape your future.

In today’s episode, I’m diving into power, where it comes from, how it shapes you as a leader, and thus, your business. I want to show you how I made my hiring plan because getting clear about how your company will grow is powerful. When we start tolerating things in our business, it means it’s time to get real about our power and get clear about our path to success. 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What power is and where it comes from.
  • How I created my hiring plan for the rest of 2020.
  • Why frustration can be a signal from your internal guidance system to pay attention.
  • How to discover what you’re tolerating in your business.
  • How profit pressure can contribute to entrepreneurial burnout.
  • Why you can only be in your power when you have clarity and conviction.

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Jun 2, 2020

Surprise! Fierce Feminine Leadership here with the real final episode of this podcast before we begin the Power Presence Positioning podcast. This is the final part in my 4-part series all about pivoting and creating the business and life you want.

I was going for a walk recently, and I spent the entire thing celebrating results that haven’t even happened yet. I was feeling grateful and excited and inspired by achieving this big goal that won’t actually get accomplished until the fall. Why?

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Because visualization is one of the core psychological skills of high performance. It’s how you ensure the spirit through which you take action isn’t driven by fear, but by optimism, creation, and enjoyment.

In today’s episode, I’m officially closing off the Fierce Feminine Leadership podcast with the encouragement to take stock, reconnect to your vision, take bold action, and finally, celebrate your results ahead of time. I’m so excited to be in this energetic place with you.

And, for real this time, tune in next week for the very first episode of Power Presence Positioning!

Today on the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast:

  • Why I like to celebrate results ahead of time.
  • The most important thing for building a business with extraordinary goals.
  • Why operating from fear and scarcity doesn’t work.
  • How to spend time each day visualizing.
  • How to feel that level of creativity without burning out.

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May 26, 2020

I’ve heard time and time again from so many of you that you’re seeing this time as a positive set up for what’s next. You’re ready to start implementing the changes you’ve decided you want to make and create something new from the ashes. This is called taking bold action and it’s about moving forward based on what you know to be true.

In the final part of this series, I’m talking about facing the fears that are standing in the way of you and your bold action. We become entrepreneurs because we desire freedom, but then fear creeps in and prevents up from exercising that freedom.

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Fears are always going to exist, but if we never face them we’ll always be afraid. I’ve noticed that when I’m avoiding looking at something, it’s typically because there’s unexplored fear there. And it’s holding me back from taking bold action.

In today’s episode, I’m sharing how you can face your fears and get clear on what you want. I want to encourage you to face your fears, work through them, and find the clarity you need to move forward. Who run this mother? You do.

And one more thing. Although this is the final episode of Fierce Feminine Leadership, tune in next week for the very first episode of my new podcast, Power Presence Position!

Today on the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast:

  • What stops us from taking bold action.
  • The four big fears that control what we don’t do.
  • The different ways fear shows up.
  • How women have been conditioned to be unclear about what we want.
  • That you can’t take bold action until you face your fears.

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May 19, 2020

Have you been feeling connected to your vision lately? I’ve noticed that some of my clients have been seizing the opportunity to focus on their businesses, while others have been feeling disconnected. They don’t know if they want the old normal to be the new normal again. Maybe you don’t know where you want your business to go anymore.

In Part 2 of this series, I’m giving you some prompts to help you reconnect with your vision. That might mean rediscovering what you were connected to before or coming up with a new vision for your business.

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If you’re feeling disconnected, I want you to take the time to think. Ask yourself these important questions. Give yourself time to rest and the time to visualize. Create the space to examine and reconnect with your vision.

In today’s episode, I’m sharing the three prompts I take myself through when I’m feeling disconnected and the prompts I encourage my clients to think through. I’m helping you hone in on the important questions you need to ask yourself and create a space that nourishes your connection. 

Today on the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast:

  • Why some people are feeling disconnected from their visions.
  • The importance of sitting quietly and thinking.
  • My three prompts for reconnecting with your vision.
  • How to use power resting to nourish your mind, body, and soul.
  • What I include on my resting checklist.
  • How to visualize the exact life you want.

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May 12, 2020

This pandemic has created a big opportunity for growth. Both in your business and internally. But, for many women entrepreneurs, we’re stuck in this in-between time. Things are not like before, but they also aren’t the new normal yet.

This is Part 1 of my four-part series, The Big Pivot. Throughout this series, I will be giving you insights and guidance on managing your mindset during this time and showing up for your business. To start, I encourage you to embrace this time as an opportunity to take stock.

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We don’t have the distractions of pre-pandemic times to focus on. Instead, we have more time to evaluate what was working and what wasn’t. We can decide if going back to a physical location is really what we want, or if we are in need of a reinvention.

In today’s episode, I take you through the first two steps of The Change Cycle so you can embrace growth during this time. I share why it’s okay and even necessary to go into the dark and to cocoon on a daily basis. I also share how to not overthink the light and to show up for your business in the best way you can. 

Today on the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast:

  • Why this pandemic has created the opportunity to take stock.
  • How it’s ushering women into a new era of leadership.
  • What a Catalytic Event is and what it means for you.
  • How to embrace chaos and uncertainty.
  • Why having dedicated dark time is important.
  • My tips for experiencing and getting through this shift.

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May 5, 2020

Are you wondering if it’s really worth it to record a podcast, film a video, or write a blog post that no one sees or hears? Your time is valuable, and this can be frustrating. But, my answer is unequivocally 100% yes.

Consistency is the oatmeal-flavored solution to your audience-growing goal. It’s not flashy, it’s not glamorous. Most entrepreneurs ignore it (mistakenly). But to have a large audience that tunes into your content, you need to be consistent.

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Back when I was a newspaper journalist, I had to produce a story a day. That’s a lot of content production! It trained me to show up constantly, clarify my voice, and discover my interests. Even if what you produce at the beginning isn’t great, it’s important.

Today, I explain how to build the habits of consistency so you can grow your audience. That’s the real secret behind your role models’ success. Rachel Hollis, Katie Couric, and Oprah Winfrey all show up consistently with value. I also share why not showing up consistently makes your audience feel like they’re married to an emotionally unavailable spouse.

Today on the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast:

  • Why your content isn’t getting the engagement or reach that you want.
  • Why it’s an opportunity to create like no one's watching when you first start.
  • How Katie Couric, Rachel Hollis, Oprah, James Clear, and Marie Forleo show up consistently.
  • That there truly is no such thing as an overnight success.
  • My top tips for mastering the habit of consistency.
  • How to choose the perfect medium for your content.

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Apr 28, 2020

Alexandra Carter is a public speaker, teacher, and author of Ask for More: 10 Questions to Negotiate Anything. She is an award-winning professor at Columbia Law School Professor of Law and serves as Director of the Mediation Clinic. Alex is also a negotiation trainer whose A-level clients include the United Nations, Fortune 100 companies, and the United States government. Alex speaks to a wide range of audiences from law students to diplomats to business leaders, on topics including negotiation, communication, and leadership.

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Alex joins me today to discuss how to reframe what it means to negotiate and how to be a better negotiator. She shares why we settle for less when we could ask for more and how the standard view of negotiation is limited. Alex also highlights how asking the right questions can help people tap into their wisdom and the balance between freely adding value and knowing your worth in business.

“You can still tactfully, collaboratively ask for more and continue to serve, even in the toughest circumstances of our lifetime.” - Alexandra Carter

 

Today on the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast:

  • The tools Alex has focused on in response to COVID-19 related struggles
  • Two moments of conviction that led Alex to realize her passion for negotiation
  • The tendency to revert to limiting beliefs during a time of crisis
  • The impact that offering free high-quality content has had on Alex’s business
  • Alex’s purpose in writing her book Ask for More, and how she defines negotiation
  • The interplay between negotiation, relationship and value, and where the negotiation process truly starts
  • What mirror questions are, what they enable you to do, and two examples of mirror questions
  • One of the primary components of leadership and how it relates to negotiation
  • The importance of asking the right questions and knowing what problems you are trying to solve
  • How remembering past successes can help us perform better moving forward
  • The difference between recruiting and requesting

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Apr 21, 2020

Are you worried that the marketing you do today will contribute to the online noise? Perhaps you’re feeling uneasy about marketing your products and services in the era of COVID-19 - feeling like everyone is ‘Zoomed out” and uninterested in joining yet another webinar or online workshop. In all of the noise currently happening in the online space, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed when we see the influx of ads landing in our inboxes and showing up in our social media feeds. But while these feelings are normal - they shouldn’t stop you from marketing your brand.

So, how can fierce female leaders continue their marketing efforts without contributing to the online noise?

Today, I explain how your company can stand out from a marketing standpoint during the coronavirus crisis. I discuss a big lie you may be telling yourself and how this might be impeding your brand’s potential in the online marketplace. I discuss how industry leaders, like Apple and Disney, overcome economic adversity and continue to grow and succeed well after an economic recession.  I also highlight why it is crucial to lead rather than hide and focus on sharing with your audience rather than looking externally.  

“Noise isn’t the enemy of most entrepreneurs - obscurity is the enemy.” - Eleanor Beaton

 

Today on the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast:

  • The importance of having a clear message and presenting it skillfully
  • Lies and assumptions we hold onto when it comes to marketing, and who your real enemy is
  • Why advertisement rates are going down on many platforms
  • How consumers are paying more attention to advertisements in response to COVID-19
  • Where top female business leaders focus to be successful
  • The characteristics of the most powerful marketing messages, and the questions they answer
  • What supported Apple’s unprecedented growth after Steve Jobs returned from Pixar

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Apr 14, 2020

Should you reduce your prices in the face of an economic downturn? This is a question many fierce feminine leaders and entrepreneurs are asking as we continue to face economic uncertainty around the world and develop a strategy to position our businesses to weather the storm. While cutting our prices may seem like the obvious solution to surviving an economic crisis, there are other ways to safeguard your business and position yourself for success.

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Today, I explain why I believe cutting your prices during an economic downturn is a ‘knee-jerk’ reaction for many business leaders and the long-term impact it can have on your business - long after the recession has ended.  I highlight the importance of being creative with meeting your customers where they are and share alternative strategies you can use to continue building your business without reducing your prices. I also highlight what you should and should not offer for free as well as how adding value can strategically link back to your sales process.

 

“The pricing decisions that you make today are going to impact your business, not only in the short-term but also for years after the economy recovers.” - Eleanor Beaton

 

Today on the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast:

  • How the pricing decisions you make today will impact your business after the economy recovers
  • Three reasons why prices tend to drop during a recession
  • The importance of intentionality and integrity when determining your prices
  • What cutting prices on your services trains customers to do
  • Four pricing tips to help you get through this downturn as an entrepreneur
  • The damaging assumption that many entrepreneurs make about selling services at full price during an economic crisis
  • The trends I have observed in marketing and entrepreneurship over the past several weeks
  • Why you shouldn’t be afraid to provide value for free, and how to use free resources as a path back to your sales process

 

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Apr 9, 2020

Jena Rodriguez is a motivational speaker, growth strategist, and transformation leadership mentor dedicated to helping people live consciously. She is the CEO of Brave Masters, where she helps corporate teams and entrepreneurs tap into their potential and scale their businesses by developing their mindsets. Jena is also a motivational speaker and the host of The Brave Entrepreneur Podcast and specializes in topics including leadership development, emotional intelligence, and personal growth. 

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Jena joins me today to discuss topics surrounding courage, bravery, visibility and leading with authenticity. She shares how she went from bankruptcy to founding the Brave Master, how your past experiences can impact the present, and the importance of not letting our egos run the show. Jena also highlights the power of living a conscious life and how to get to the other side of what is holding you back. 




“It’s all about facing yourself and owning your stuff.” - Jena Rodriguez 




Today on the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast:

 

  • Jena’s entrepreneurial journey, the crossroads she faced, and her current mission in life
  • The role shame played in Jena’s life and how long it took her to be open about her bankruptcy
  • How challenges can impact your mindset and perception of self 
  • What ‘ego tricks’ are and the importance of reflecting on your mental patterns 
  • How to decide whether you should listen to your “shoulds” and how to determine if you are a control freak
  • How control serves as a protective mechanism and whether it truly exists 
  • Why Jena considered herself “spiritually bankrupt” and why faith and surrender matter
  • Balancing goals with letting go, and where to place your focus when it comes to visualization
  • How attachment contributes to suffering and what those attachments can look like 
  • How Jena is “emotionally divorcing” what no longer serves her and the difference between living consciously and unconsciously 



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Mar 31, 2020

Are people buying during COVID-19? Is it even okay to sell during a global pandemic? These are the sales questions plaguing many female entrepreneurs in this time of panic and uncertainty. It is crucial to reflect on whether the stories we tell ourselves about whether we are “allowed” to do business are serving us, or whether they are derailing our potential to thrive amidst the chaos.

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In today’s episode, I discuss whether female entrepreneurs should amp up or relax their sales efforts in response to the coronavirus pandemic. I discuss how to approach the situation with a CEO mindset and follow through with the responsibility you have to your business. I also highlight how you can be creative with selling and how to refine your messaging and find ways to connect your offer to what people need right now.

 

“Crisis and challenge are the birthplace of innovation.” - Eleanor Beaton

 

Today on the Fierce Feminine Leadership Podcast:

  • Questions that many female entrepreneurs are struggling with right now and common myths about sales in the time of COVID-19
  • Which sales approach to take during this time and two caveats to consider
  • The importance of meeting people where they are at
  • How sales differ in a good economy versus in a time of crisis
  • Which industries are struggling versus surging right now
  • The difference between sales and selling and which one you should double-down on
  • Techniques for meeting your customers and prospects where they are at
  • Three things customers are currently looking for in this crisis time
  • How businesses are being creative with sales during COVID-19 and how being flexible with your strategy can lead to business breakthroughs
  • The difference between “restaurant” sales and “delivery/takeout” sales and which plan you should utilize right now
  • My thoughts on discounts and how much to offer for free during this time
  • How to approach your sales process moving forward

 

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