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Power + Presence + Position

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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Mar 29, 2022

If you want to use your business as a vehicle to make the world a better place, this episode is for you. When you are a changemaker and a visionary, entrepreneurship is a powerful container for driving impactful change at all levels, and my guest this week is the perfect person to speak on this.

 

Carrie Freeman is the Co-Chief Executive Officer at SecondMuse. She knows a thing or two about using entrepreneurship to drive global change, and through her work with SecondMuse, she brings communities together in building an economy that benefits people while protecting the planet.

 

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Carrie is here to discuss the intricacies of building a business that changes the world. She’s breaking down how you take a massive mission, translate it into measurable business results, key projects, and build the kind of relationships required to advance such an ambitious agenda.

 

We’re also discussing Carrie’s personal experience of being a leader, and she’s giving us the best practices, tips, and tricks that have made all the difference as she works towards leaving a lasting legacy of positive change.

 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

 

  • How SecondMuse builds inclusive economies by supporting entrepreneurs.
  • How to identify for yourself the kind of difference you can make in our world.
  • The biggest lessons Carrie has learned about how to build and run a business around a big mission working on long-term change.
  • Why relational wealth is at the core of SecondMuse’s work and where the concept of relational wealth comes from.
  • Carrie’s advice around how to build the networks that allow you to get in front of sponsors, power players, and resources that make things happen.
  • How to think about balancing boundaries around how much of yourself you give to the change you’re trying to create, and make space for others.
  • Why you always have the time to get curious and discover what you want to contribute through your business.
  • How to engage and empower other people who can help you on your mission.
  • Where we need to change our outlook in order to drive growth without harming our planet.

 

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Mar 22, 2022

As women founders and entrepreneurs, we’ve been fed a lot of advice about the power of staying open-minded. We’re told to stay open to external feedback, ways of doing things, and challenges that come our way. Being a good leader, we’re told, means staying open.

 

I’ve spent the first part of my life, as I’m sure you have, honing my skills on openness. It’s one of my core values, and the periods in my business and personal development where I’ve been completely open to ideas and stimulus from other people have served me extremely well.

 

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But what I’ve discovered of late is that there is power in intentionally closing down and being non-receptive. The notion of closing down gets a bad rap, and while there’s definitely a time and place for being open, purposefully choosing to be non-receptive is more valuable than you think, and I’m showing you why.

 

If you often find yourself overwhelmed or distracted to the point where you can’t hear yourself think, or you identify as a sensitive person and you’re ready to find a new way to protect your energy and creativity, learning the skill of being non-receptive is key. On this episode, I’m showing you what I’ve come to realize about the power of being non-receptive, and my top strategies for practicing this.

 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

 

  • How being open-minded can serve us well at the beginning of our business journey.
  • Why I believe the advice given to women about staying open is stupid 75% of the time.
  • What I’ve come to realize about the power of being non-receptive.
  • How I’ve learned to consciously hone my skill of being non-receptive.
  • Why giving ourselves permission to be non-receptive is so valuable.
  • My strategies for purposefully being non-receptive.

 

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Mar 15, 2022

Are you ready to challenge yourself to have more? More success, money, freedom, autonomy, support, and joy? If this is you, then you’re in the right place, and I invite you to listen closely to this week’s episode.

 

I’m joined this week by bestselling author of Ask for More: 10 Questions to Negotiate Anything, Alex Carter. We’re having a hard-hitting, in-depth conversation around raising the stakes, playing a bigger game, and asking for what you’re really worth.

 

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Alex is a Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Mediation Clinic at Columbia Law School. She has spent the last eleven years helping Fortune 500 companies, The UN, and thousands of other people negotiate better, build relationships and reach their goals, and she’s here to share her secrets and valuable observations with us.

 

Tune in this week to discover how to start playing bigger, taking up space, and feel confident doing it. Alex has brought a woman’s voice to the field of negotiation, and she’s here to share how she built her super-successful organic business, her insights on team-building, how she challenges herself and her business, and the unwitting ways in which we play small without realizing.

 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

 

  • How Alex became a top-ranked law professor and mediation expert at Columbia.
  • Why Alex decided the time was right to start publishing books.
  • How difficult it was at one stage for Alex to ask for what she needed in her profession.
  • What the process of taking six months out to write her book looked like for Alex and why it took drastic circumstances to make it a reality.
  • Why it’s not always about asking for more, sometimes it’s about asking for what you’re already owed.
  • The importance of giving yourself time to make big decisions from a place of clarity.
  • What asking for more looks like as you’re managing increased success and responsibility.
  • How Alex has leveraged her network using the lessons she teaches in her book.
  • Alex’s advice for any women listening who feel called to start swinging bigger.

 

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Mar 8, 2022

This week on the podcast, I’m rolling back one of my most significant episodes to date where I share my coaching philosophy. By the end of this episode, you’ll have a much clearer idea of how to apply my teachings to a deeper context and how they relate to your own business.

 

Many of you listening sell knowledge and transformation through your expertise, whether it’s as a coach, consultant, author, or podcaster. And one thing I often see in these areas is entrepreneurs rushing into packaging and marketing something just so they can get it out into the world as fast as possible. However, this never produces the most important result your business needs: maximum value for your clients. This is where your philosophy comes into play.

 

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My hope here is to help you discover the core philosophies that underpin your own offers and what you’re putting out into the world. This work will give you the kind of powerful grounding that allows you to grow and show up from a place of alignment, authenticity, and purpose in your business.

 

Tune in this week as I walk you through what a coaching philosophy is and the two pillars of my coaching philosophy for women entrepreneurs. I’m sharing why having an outlined philosophy is so important, and how to start getting clear on what yours might be.

 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

 

  • The importance of getting clear on your business’s promised land.
  • What a jewel business is and how building one will transform how you grow.
  • Why growing a business without a clear philosophy never leads to aligned results.
  • The difference between philosophy, values, and strategy.
  • My personal coaching philosophy and how it links to my broader work.
  • Where to start with in building self-efficacy and confidence in your abilities as an entrepreneur.

 

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Mar 1, 2022

Sometimes, social media feels fun, lively, and high-energy. However, other times it feels crowded, overwhelming, and even hostile. As a result, even the most brilliant and experienced women leaders struggle to master using social media to drive results in their businesses.

 

Fear not because in this episode, I’m giving you a powerful three-step process to help you build a million-dollar social media marketing plan, starting from scratch. You’ll leave this episode with a true-to-you strategy that doesn’t have you twerking on Instagram, going live every day, or leave you thinking that social media is stealing the best hours of your life.

 

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The best part of all of this? We’re not talking algorithms or what’s hot right now. Sure, these things have their place, but when it comes to developing a seven-figure social media marketing plan, they are just the icing, not the cake itself.

 

Tune in this week to discover a powerful approach to social media that leverages timeless marketing principles and deep personal leadership to create a focused marketing plan that can, over time, generate millions in revenue for your business. I’m bringing you insights from two entrepreneurs who’ve used social media to drive their success, and they’re sharing how you can do the same.

 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

 

  • Why you need a social media marketing plan that works for you and your business.
  • How I define a million-dollar social media marketing plan.
  • The 3 building blocks of your seven-figure social media marketing plan.
  • How to get clarity on where your audience is hanging out on social media, and how to meet them where they are.
  • Why your time on social media is wasted if you don’t have a focused plan to generate revenue for your business.
  • How Jasmine Parent and Teresa Vozza took their social media experiences from confusion and overwhelm to success, revenue, and freedom.
  • Why you don’t need to pay attention to algorithms to command attention on social media.
  • Where to start with finding your ideal corner of the internet and developing your own seven-figure social media marketing plan.

 

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