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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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Now displaying: December, 2021
Dec 28, 2021

Do you struggle to get outside your comfort zone in business? Maybe you know your fear is holding you back from fulfilling your highest potential and from growing your company’s influence, impact, and cash. If this sounds like you, you need to hear this episode.

Being bold and getting outside your comfort zone can be scary, but it’s something all successful entrepreneurs have to do. In the words of today’s guest, “You have to take bold steps, be fearless, and be willing to fail.”  And when you do, extraordinary things happen on the other side.

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My guest today is the incredible Dr. Karen Wilson, director of West LA Neuropsychology and founder of ChildNEXUS. Using her background as a neuropsychologist and tenured professor, Karen took the bold step of leaving her tenure to start a business that would multiply the impact she would be able to have.

In this episode, Dr. Karen walks us through her path of comfort to discomfort, and what it was like going from a psychologist in an academic setting to a startup founder pitching for venture capital. I know Karen’s experience of getting uncomfortable to attain extraordinary results will be inspiring to so many of you, and I can’t wait to hear about the bold steps it leads you to take!

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • How Karen’s upbringing shaped her into the entrepreneur she is today.
  • How Karen started her practice and began scaling it.
  • Karen’s experience of crowdfunding. 
  • The thing that isn’t talked about enough among female entrepreneurs.
  • How she has changed between 2017 and now.
  • What it’s been like working with us at Safi Media.

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Dec 21, 2021

Over the last couple of months, I have been highlighting women leaders and founders who are taking a different approach to scaling their businesses. I have another one of those conversations to share with you today, but this one is about scaling your social impact.

When we talk about wanting cash, influence, and autonomy, I think that influence really speaks to the difference we make in the world. It’s about walking in your truth and your purpose, and really tuning inward to hear what that could be.

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My guest today did just that and now she is having a tremendous influence on her cause. Raby Gueye is the founder of a non-profit organization called Teach for Senegal. She is a 2021 recipient of Forbes’ Top 30 Under 30 honor, and she is scaling social impact at an incredible level through her leadership and entrepreneurship.

In this episode, Raby shares what it was like immigrating to the US as a child from Senegal and how she quickly learned how to be a leader and advocate for others. She takes us through the creation of Teach for Senegal and the most important lessons this journey as a founder has taught her. Raby is someone who walks the talk, and I know this conversation will inspire you to walk in your purpose too.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • How Raby’s upbringing shaped the leader she has become.
  • What it was like advocating for her family at eight years old.
  • What Teach for Senegal is and how she started it.
  • The most impactful lessons Raby has learned from being a founder.
  • Why CEOs don’t need to have all the answers.

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Dec 14, 2021

There is so much more to building a feminist business than paying your female team members fairly. It’s not only only about pay, but it’s about your business policies, your pricing, your accessibility, and your team. 

My guest today is a powerhouse in feminist leadership and entrepreneurship. She’s one of those women that, as she rises, she brings everyone up with her. Her business operates with the knowledge and understanding of intersectional feminism, meaning she acknowledges every woman's unique experience as not just a female, but their other marginalized identities too.

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Chéla Breckon is the founder and CEO of With Chéla Inc, where she is all about empowering women in small towns to see the bigger possibilities in their settings. She also works with rural communities to see the potential in their own people. She is a master at weaving feminist principles into the fabric of her business, and as a self-confessed small town girl, I can’t support her work enough.

Listen in today to hear my conversation with Chéla all about scaling a feminist business, what makes a business feminist, and how to lead your business in a whole hearted and authentic way. We discuss everything from business policies to body image, and explore why personal development is the most important KPI you should monitor.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What makes Chéla a feminist leader.
  • How understanding intersectionality impacts her decisions as a leader.
  • The importance of having cash reserves.
  • How Chéla’s perspective of weight loss surgery and body image has evolved.
  • Why personal development is the most important KPI.
  • The difference between hard work and overwork.

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Dec 7, 2021

There is plenty of education out there that will teach entrepreneurs how to scale, but that scaling often comes at a tremendous cost. From burnout and environmental challenges to simply putting a female founder in a position where she is driving growth at all costs, there has got to be a better way. Right?

You can completely scale up revenue, generate a lucrative, fast-growing company, while also doing it in a way that serves your highest self and the people you care about. And my guest today has done just that.

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Kaeli Lindholm is the founder of KLC Consultants, and in case you’re not in the world of medical aesthetics, she is a big deal. She’s a keynote speaker, business and leadership coach, and she has successfully scaled a jewel business. Kaeli helps founders in the medical aesthetics field scale their businesses while also scaling their freedom.

In this episode, Kaeli shares the lessons she has learned from building a 7 figure business that is profitable, delivers results, offers her time to advance her thought leadership and take care of herself, and is simply put, a joy to run. We talk about the process of building a jewel business, how it can benefit you as a founder, and where to start if you’re ready to ditch the burnout and create more freedom in your life.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • How Kaeli’s childhood shaped the entrepreneurial leader she is today.
  • What she learned in the corporate world that has benefited her entrepreneurial journey.
  • Why the consulting model gets tiring so fast.
  • How she launched her flagship product.
  • Her biggest challenge in switching from hunter to farmer mentality.
  • What it actually means to run a jewel business.
  • 2 things she did to bring greater focus in her business.

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