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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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Jun 15, 2021

Have you ever heard the phrase, “Revenue is vanity and profit is sanity”? The idea is that it’s not how much money you make, it’s actually how much of it you keep. There are plenty of 7-figure earners out there, but not all of them are wealthy. Some are actually broke.

I would love for you to both make and keep a ton of money because doing so brings so much peace of mind and freedom. To help you understand how to build a business that results in you being wealthy and not broke, I’ve invited the Queen of Money herself onto the show today.

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Jackie Porter is an entrepreneur, author, media commentator and financial expert who helps women entrepreneurs like us make money, keep money, and avoid becoming broke millionaires. Women entrepreneurs don’t have the same opportunities as male entrepreneurs to build wealth, and Jackie is passionate about changing that. 

In today’s episode, Jackie and I discuss the differences between closing sales in your business and having something to show for it. We talk about the importance of women increasing their financial literacy and some ways you can do that, as well as her advice for managing your money and building wealth. To get the cash, influence, and autonomy we all want, we need to learn more about our money and start nurturing positive relationships with it.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What a broke millionaire is and the reasons some entrepreneurs become them.
  • How it’s more expensive to be a woman than a man.
  • How patriarchal judgement holds women back from learning about their money.
  • Where Jackie’s passion for the economic empowerment of women comes from.
  • What the Rule of 72 is and how to use it.
  • Some simple practices to build a positive relationship with money.
  • How to find the right accountant to advise you on building wealth.

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Jun 8, 2021

Your business doesn’t exist in a vacuum. You’re part of a global supply chain with the team members you employ, the contractors you hire, and the customers from other countries who buy from you. Then there’s the money you take out of your business and spend in your local economy. 

As a business owner, you are part of a big global money tapestry called the economy. And learning about that tapestry can help you make better business decisions. Unfortunately, most mainstream economic discussions cater to men and male business owners, leaving women entrepreneurs out.

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I have two brilliant guests on the podcast today who share my passion for helping women feel confident joining the conversation around global economics and money. Katrine Marcal is an economist and author, and Linda Davies is a former investment banker turned author. Both have incredibly useful insights on how the world economy has shifted over the last 18 months and how it will continue to shape our businesses over the next two years.

Listen in today to hear my conversation with Katrine and Linda all about the global economy, women’s presence and participation, and how you can feel confident entering the discussion. Discover why it feels so uncomfortable approaching the topic of economics and why your voice matters. We’re sharing how you can start learning about economics today and how doing so will tremendously benefit your business.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • How women are underserved when it comes to media content about economic issues.
  • Why it’s hard to accept women as economic policy makers.
  • What inflation is and how it can impact the average female business owner.
  • What happens when people start to fear inflation.
  • The best way to prepare for inflation and rising interest rates.
  • Where to go to learn more about large economic issues.

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Jun 1, 2021

You have a message to share with your people about who you are and what your business does. But, the idea of showing up on video to share that message paralyzes you. Stepping into the spotlight seems terrifying, and this fear prevents you from sharing your message.

As the CEO of your company, and especially if you’re a company of one, it’s very important to be a spokesperson for your organization and its mission. You might be scared of showing up and being judged, criticized, corrected, or maybe you just don’t like how you look on camera. These reasons for not being visible aren’t serving you and they aren’t helping you be the strong leader your company needs.

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My guest today is an expert on showing up authentically and powerfully online and in front of the camera. Keri Murphy is my dear friend and the CEO and founder of Inspired Living. As an international speaker, media expert, and business mentor, she’s a master at showing entrepreneurs how to show up authentically on camera and how to leverage video in their branding.

In today’s episode, Keri and I discuss the incredible act of courage it is to show up authentically and to share your truth. Keri walks us through her experience with visibility and how she helps entrepreneurs work through their discomfort so they can be the strong, visible leaders their businesses need. From social media to how our comfort changes as we age, Keri and I cover it all in this episode and you do not want to miss it.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Keri’s experience of getting comfortable with being seen.
  • How our comfort in showing up has evolved as we’ve aged.
  • The difference between hustling and unwavering commitment.
  • Why you need to be aware of comparison-itis when using social media.
  • The two types of influencers on social media and which one you want to be.
  • How the more comfortable you are showing up as yourself, the more your business will grow.

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May 25, 2021

I have a question for you. With what your business is currently offering, are you striving to serve your audience or to impress your peers? Meeting your audience where they're at makes sense, right? So then why is it so hard to do?

I have seen it so many times. We get excited about the success of our business and we begin to overshoot our prospects, overwhelming the audience. Doing this impedes your ability to serve them and ultimately cripples your business growth.

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The truth is that audience choice is a seven figure decision. You need to be careful when selecting your niche and exactly how you want to serve them. Once you make that decision, stick to it. Continue to examine and meet their needs as best you can.

In today’s episode, we talk all about the dangers of overshooting your audience and why it can be mistaken for a business strategy. I talk to you about the results that are possible if you commit to an audience and how you can gain cash, autonomy, and influence through that decision.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What overshooting your audience looks like.
  • What the motivators for overshooting your audience are.
  • How overshooting your audience is a risk.
  • What the “professor complex” is.
  • Why we shouldn’t get sucked into the mentality of continuous transformation.
  • What happens when you don’t commit to a core audience.
  • What you get with a Jewel Business.
  • How impactful audience choice is.

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May 18, 2021

Today, we are exploring disqualify selling. Disqualification is all about drawing clear boundaries around who your brand, company, and offerings are not for. When you do it right, you can catapult your brand to cult status, grow your revenue to heights you've never seen, and make the process of closing sales much more elegant and refined. 

At its core, the power of disqualification is the energy of saying no. This complex business tactic requires you to clearly state to your marketplace not only who you are for but also who you are not serving. It is up to you to define your niche market and to make them your focal point.

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Using this method isn’t just a matter of implementing it into your business processes. It’s a mindset change. The disqualification method requires you to have an abundance mindset since it, theoretically, restricts your audience. By taking this action, you cultivate immense loyalty from your people.

I invite you to really consider who you’re spending your marketing dollars focusing on and if those are the people you truly want to serve. Find out how disqualify selling works, why you need to consider it, and how to start implementing it in your business today. If you’re serious about refining your niche and growing your revenue, then this is a method you have to check out.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What disqualify selling is.
  • The ways you can use disqualification selling.
  • How disqualification increases sales and revenue.
  • How customer mentality changes when you exclude instead of making a product “for everyone.”
  • How to implement disqualify selling.
  • Why it is useful for people to self-deselect before they ever reach out to you.
  • How to get rid of pricing objections using disqualification selling.

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May 11, 2021

Are you leveraging the full potential of your content marketing? Here's the thing: most people are not. If you podcast, blog, or create any form of content, you need to listen to this episode. Oh, and you’re welcome.

The power of content marketing comes from being able to transform a lead you have into a buyer. When you combine effective content creation with an effective distribution strategy, you can 10X your content marketing strategy.

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Today on the podcast, I am interviewing Ross Simmonds, also known as “Sherlock Homeboy.” He has been a digital marketing strategist and entrepreneur since he was about eight years old. Ross Simmonds does many things, including working as the Founder and CEO of Foundation Inc.

Ross and I talk about the power that comes with creating quality content and the way that it can build your brand’s authority and reach. Whether or not you are reaching out into a saturated market, it is important to remember that yours might be the only gospel that someone can hear. Get ready to be heard!

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • The five key factors that make people want to share your content.
  • How to develop a content creation cadence.
  • Why it is essential to make sure your online properties work together.
  • What a content distribution strategy is and how to create one for yourself.
  • How to use content creation to build brand authority.
  • Why quality content is so important, not just quantity.
  • How to stand out from the crowd in a saturated market.

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May 4, 2021

I have been on a mission lately to demonstrate the value and methodology behind group programs as a business instead of running yourself ragged with one-on-one coaching. While each of these can have a place in your business, it is highly valuable to dig into group programs so that you can avoid entrepreneurial overwhelm.

I want to give you a great example of this today by highlighting an interview and a case study that demonstrates the effectiveness of group programs. I'm doing so with the incredible Stacy Mayer, who has found massive success implementing group programs over the last six months.

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Stacy has always been a strong advocate for women and their place in the world of high-power executives. She got her start by making her voice heard in New York, although not quite the way you would imagine. She led an improv company in Times Square while moonlighting at a hedge fund, steadily making the transition into running her own successful coaching business.

I want you to learn from Stacy’s process and her life path as a case study for how you might implement group programs into your own business. On top of that, I’m challenging you not only to go check Stacy out for yourself, but to bring at least one other woman along with you that wants a promotion into a senior leadership role.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Who Stacy Mayer is and how she owns her career.
  • Why messaging is such an essential part of your business development.
  • The power of repetition personally and professionally.
  • How deep you have to go to really niche down.
  • How to work past the imposter syndrome and grow.
  • Why saying “no” is essential to entrepreneurial leadership success.
  • Why your company doesn’t control your career.

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  • If you’re ready to go from an overworked consultant to CEO with tons of time and money, you have got to join us for our Beyond 1:1 Summit. This 2-day event will teach you exactly how to scale your business beyond you. Click here to join the waitlist!
  • If you are ready to take the principles I teach on the podcast and apply them to your business, check out The Incubator and apply to see if you would be a good fit to work with us. I would love to see you there!
  • EP452: 7 Figure Niching Secrets
  • Stacy Mayer: Website | Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn | Podcast

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Apr 27, 2021

One of the most powerful questions you can ask yourself about your business is what is most likely to hold me back from achieving my goals this year? This question might not sound like a very positive outlook, but hear me out. Getting clear on the most significant barriers to your growth is supremely powerful.

For almost any entrepreneur and business, the single biggest obstacle you will face is typically overwhelm. We try to branch out into too many areas, provide too many services, or serve too many audiences. It saps our time and energy and rids us of the ability to ready ourselves for future opportunities.

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In this podcast, I explore the solution to entrepreneurial overwhelm. I look at how Steve Jobs came back into Apple two months before it declared bankruptcy and pulled it back from the brink. By niching down, he saved a currently multi-trillion dollar business.

Doing less to grow more requires you to retrain your mind. This goes against the “hustle and grind” mentality so many of us grew up with. Niching down is one of the most courageous things you can do as a leader and it's something you definitely won't regret. Today, we are looking at how to develop a strategy to help you niche down so you can grab future opportunities.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What entrepreneurial overwhelm is.
  • How to achieve focus in your business.
  • What strategy is and why it is so frequently misunderstood.
  • How Steve Jobs and Apple demonstrate the value of niching down.
  • Why excess capacity is entrepreneurial gold.
  • How niching down can lead to more of everything.

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  • Learn more how to build a seven-figure foundation in The Incubator.
  • Richard Rumelt

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Apr 20, 2021

Building an email list isn’t complex, it’s actually quite simple. But when legions of hyper-activated bro-marketers are attempting to sell you secrets for rapid list growth, it’s easy to overlook the power of a carefully built, highly qualified list of people who love you and your work.

There are three core strategies that will allow you to craft that highly-qualified list, and surprise surprise, they take time. Too often we see the tail end of many years of consistent, hard work and mistake it for rapid growth. Slow, consistent growth is the name of the game.

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Whether you use paid advertising to grow your email list or rely on organic traffic, you need to commit. This is the problem I see so many entrepreneurs having when they feel stuck with their list building. But don’t worry, in this episode I show you exactly how to get unstuck and start growing a lucrative list.

Today on the podcast, I share the three steps you need to take to build a highly engaged, returning, qualified email list. I reveal what an anchor platform is, how to choose one, and then how to double-down on its list generating potential. What I’m sharing today won’t get you a massive list by next week. But it will show you how to grow your list using the compound effect while also saving you time and energy.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • How Oprah built her following with an anchor platform.
  • Why people struggle with building their list.
  • How to choose an anchor platform that works for you.
  • What you need to know to decide your frequency.
  • How to move people off the platform and onto your list.
  • What the compound effect is and how it skyrockets your growth.

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  • If you’re ready to go from overworked consultant to CEO with tons of time and money, you have got to join us for our Beyond 1:1 Summit. This 2-day event will teach you exactly how to scale your business beyond you. Click here to join the waitlist!
  • Learn more how to build a seven figure foundation in The Incubator.

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Apr 13, 2021

Environment is everything. And when it comes to scaling your business, one of the most celebrated environments for start-ups and entrepreneurs is arguably Silicon Valley. It’s in this corner of San Francisco that you will find the titans of venture capitalists and trailblazers from various industries, but namely tech.

My guest today is an expert on using the ecosystem Silicon Valley provides to scale your business, whether you’re in tech or not. As the CEO of Connection Silicon Valley, Joanne Fedeyko connects, consults, and advises women entrepreneurs on how to use the secrets of Silicon Valley to their advantage.

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In our discussion, Joanne pulls back the curtain on what the Silicon Valley ecosystem is all about and the etiquette you need to understand before you enter. She shares how monumental putting in time here can be for scaling your business, and how to make the most of everything it has to offer.

Listen in today for my conversation with Joanne Fedeyko on how women entrepreneurs can bring the start-up culture of Silicon Valley to their own companies, and how that environment shaped her business. We chat about the importance of collaboration, of saying yes, and some of the biggest trends impacting female founders in 2021. This woman is a powerhouse and her wisdom around scaling your business through Silicon Valley is invaluable, so you definitely don’t want to miss this.  

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Why Joanne founded her organization.
  • Who should seriously consider forging connections in Silicon Valley.
  • How Joanne grew her business model into what it is today.
  • How edge businesses can engage with Silicon Valley.
  • What the spirit and etiquette of Silicon Valley is all about.
  • Some of the biggest trends impacting female founders in 2021.

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Apr 6, 2021

If you want to scale your business so you can generate revenue without working 24/7, learning how to integrate team members who do what you do is critical. But how do you convince your clients to work with those team members when they come to your company to work with you?

Last week we talked about scaling your business through group programs, and today we’re continuing the conversation by talking about scaling your business through team. This isn’t about operational team members who are also very important; it’s about team members who do what you do.

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When you’re the only one your clients trust to deliver their services, not only do you stunt your company's growth, but you put yourself on the fast track to burnout. No matter how much you love providing 1:1 service yourself, it’s not sustainable. 

This week, I explore 3 common mistakes I see CEOs making that deter their clients from wanting to work with other team members. When you get clear on these mistakes and how you might be making them, you can start the journey of growth required to effectively elevate your team members in the eyes of your clients. I walk you through some tactical changes you can start making to get on the path to 7-figure growth. 

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Why it might be time to scale your business beyond you.
  • What it means to scale your business through team.
  • How to find personal fulfillment outside your 1:1 clients.
  • How to set your team up for success when doing what you do.
  • The key to establishing authority in your marketplace.

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Mar 30, 2021

When I had my first company, I was the only asset. So when I stopped working, the money stopped, and my business was left vulnerable. As a female entrepreneur, if you find yourself in a similar position, then take a step back to evaluate your strategy and get ready to do something about it!

After I made this mistake in my first business, I decided never to make the same mistake again and to educate other women entrepreneurs on building a business based on their assets, not their hustle. A great way to do this? Building group programs into your business strategy.

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There are so many ways you can build group programs and customize them to your business. Instead of working through all of these, I want to equip you with tips and strategies to progress mentally and strategically as you begin to implement your new plan.

Tune in today to figure out how to grow revenue, explode profits, and come out with more free time than before. I provide you with seven super practical tips on how to sell and build group programs. In the end, you need to ask yourself how open you are to growth and how big will you allow yourself to be?

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Why group programs should be an integral part of your business model.
  • What makes group programs so functional.
  • How to cultivate your enthusiasm and reduce your fear when it comes to making the transition.
  • What to do to position and sell your group programs as a bonus.
  • How to use pricing as a conversion strategy.
  • Ways you can build your offer awareness.
  • Why and how to build your authority.
  • How to rewire your mind to accept the power of group programs.

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Mar 23, 2021

Are you confident in yourself as the CEO of your business? Most women entrepreneurs think they need nonstop leads, cash in the bank account, and the dream team to have confidence in themselves as CEOs. Actually, the opposite is true.

When I talk about CEO confidence, I immediately think about my guest in today’s show. Alex Davidson is the CEO and Managing Director of Davidson London, and she’s one of my clients. We’re going on a deep dive into how Alex built her CEO confidence and how it affects her leadership.

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If you are running a company and you want to see six, seven, and multiple seven figure growth, you need what Alex has. If you want to build an incredible team, transform your relationship with yourself, and become the leader your future business needs, you need CEO confidence.

Tune in today to hear my discussion with Alex about what it was like ascending in a family business, leading a mega successful team, and how she cultivated her confidence as a CEO. We get into all the nitty gritty parts of being a women entrepreneur- resilience when things go wrong, being willing to bet on yourself, and making time to take care of yourself. I guarantee this episode will inspire and empower you to step up your confidence game, and I can't wait for you to prove me right.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • How Alex started in her family business and then ascended to CEO.
  • Why Alex believes that dyslexia is a power.
  • How Alex restores her confidence when times are tough.
  • What drives her ambition and motivation today.
  • Why consistency is crucial for leading a team.
  • The role coaching has played in Alex’s life and business.

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Mar 16, 2021

When Whitney Wolfe Herd left Tinder (after suing them for sexual harassment), she knew she had the skills, experience, and drive to building something great. She went on to create Bumble and soon, at the age of 31, became the youngest self-made female billionaire in history.

I believe that success leaves clues. So I dissected her story to bring out the single most lucrative, most valuable nugget to help you unlock your next level of business growth no matter your starting point.

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Your path to success might look different than Whitney’s, but that doesn't matter. What matters is we all have the same milestones we want to hit in our own unique ways. Growing a business is messy and challenging, and there is no blueprint for success. But, we can take clues from each other’s journeys to help us on our own.

In today’s episode, I breakdown the single most important thing Whitney Wolfe Herd did to turn Bumble into the dynamite, jewel business it is today. I’m sharing it with you because I believe this piece of advice will be game-changing for your business development. If you have the ovaries to hear this wisdom and apply it to your business in your unique way, I know so many of you will be hitting the same milestones as Bumble very soon.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Why entrepreneurial milestones are so critical.
  • The most important milestone that Whitney Wolf Herd accomplished.
  • Why this milestone is essential if you want to create a jewel business.
  • How Whitney hit unicorn status at the age of 31.
  • The benefits of focusing on asset growth.

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Mar 9, 2021

Queens of business know that we are not actually building a business, we are building a world. And this mindset is so critical when it comes to creating a Jewel Business, one that uses the 30-30-30 concept we talked about last week to garner more CIA.

We coach our clients on developing this mindset so they can stop waiting for permission and finally step up and lead. Do you want to be a minion in someone else’s world or the queen of your own domain?

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Shifting into this mindset is the first step to building a jewel business. Before we talk about any of the tactical milestones you want to hit, we need to discuss the way you think about yourself, your service, and what you want.

In today's episode, I walk you through why women can sometimes struggle to step into leadership because of our conditioning and how you can rework your mindset to overcome that. I invite you to get into this energy with me, set your boundaries, and create the laws in your world. I'll also show you some of the ways we do this in my business and how other successful companies grow their worlds. Remember, you aren’t meant to be a lady in waiting; you're a queen.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What a jewel business is and the 30-30-30 concept.
  • The most important mindset shift you can make as an entrepreneur.
  • How many women are conditioned to think and behave.
  • The difference between running a business and running a world.
  • Some examples of successful companies building worlds (including mine).
  • How to get clear on your boundaries and set the laws in your world.

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Mar 2, 2021

After doing thousands of interviews with women entrepreneurs around the world and over a decade of research, I've developed a model unlike anything else out there: the Jewel Business Model. This model attempts to bring a harmonious answer to the question, what do we as women entrepreneurs really want?

Most business models leave something to be desired for women. They focus solely on profitability and economic growth, and leave out our desire to make an impact or create freedom in our schedules. Most balance sheets ignore a big part of what success means to us.

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I love the Jewel Business Model because it’s for ambitious women who want to create businesses that grow through assets, not the founder's hustle. It's about envisioning your entrepreneurial goals without getting perfectionistic about them. Entrepreneurs who use this model, like many of my clients, achieve total life success.

In this week's episode, I lay out a very unique, effective, and all-encompassing model for women entrepreneurs to use in their businesses. If you want more cash, autonomy, and influence, you need the tools found in the Jewel Business Model. I share what a jewel business is, what it is not, and how women are championing the conversation around total life success with this model.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What I learned from thousands of interviews and consults with women entrepreneurs.
  • What total life success is and why women want it.
  • Why I think it's degrading to be labeled a "lifestyle business."
  • What a jewel business is and why this model is so compelling to women entrepreneurs.
  • The differences between a star business and a jewel business.
  • How impossible goals can be a disservice to your business.

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Feb 23, 2021

Your time is the most precious asset you have, but the way you’re managing it may actually be making you squander your most precious resource. When you stop trying to manage your time and instead adopt the tools I’m sharing with you today, you won’t have to manage your time because you’ll have plenty of it.

Now, you may be shocked to hear that I’m not going to be teaching you how to “manage” your time. You read that right. I don’t believe in time management because I’ve found a way to create more CIA through my calendar without it.

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If you’re tired of feeling trapped by your schedule, burnout from back-to-back tasks, and like the most important things in your business aren’t getting the attention they deserve, you need to hear this episode. I used to feel that way too, until I found a way to create tremendous freedom in my calendar.

In today’s podcast, I’m sharing how I regained control over my schedule by making five simple but powerful changes and how you can do the same. We did not create businesses to become slaves to them; you run your business, it shouldn’t run you. I’m sharing how I have so much white space in my calendar without leaving any money on the table, and how you can rethink your relationship with time to create more of it.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Why I don’t believe in time management.
  • What the 80-20 law is and how I apply it to my calendar.
  • What I chose as the three most important inputs in my business.
  • How to not sacrifice making more money when freeing up your time.
  • Why my team and I are so obsessed with building assets.
  • The 5 things I do differently now in my calendar.

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Feb 16, 2021

We’re diving into part two of my social selling series, this time with a brilliant client of mine, Eva Jannotta. Eva has developed a unique method of social selling that has been so successful at increasing her cash, autonomy and influence; I just knew I had to have her on to share it with all of you.

Eva and I met when she attended a retreat I was hosting, and since then we’ve worked together in different capacities. A woman after my own heart, Eva is a confident contrarian committed to simplicity. She’s the founder of Simply Put Strategies which works to advance thought leadership among women.

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Social selling doesn’t just include buying ads and posting on Instagram. In fact, Eva’s method doesn’t include either. She hosts weekly roundtables where invitees get introduced to new women and dive deep into connection, thought leadership, and business support. 

In today’s podcast, Eva and I talk about building connections online and going deep with our networks, not just wide. Eva shares what led her to start hosting these roundtables and how they work so that you can take inspiration from them and create your own unique social selling method. We also introduce you to the idea of social media monogamy and why doing the thing your own damn way is always the best way.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What social media monogamy is and how Eva decided it was right for her.
  • How to choose just one social media platform for your business.
  • How Eva uses LinkedIn to go deep with her network.
  • What the roundtables Eva hosts are all about.
  • How the women attending the roundtables have benefited. 
  • The impact hosting roundtables has had on Eva personally and in her business.

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Feb 9, 2021

Social selling is one of the hottest trends shaping modern sales. And like any trend, there is guaranteed to be tons of hype, jargon, and nonsense flooding the marketplace. Well, fear not, ladies, because we’re going to be cutting through all that jargon today. 

I don’t always hop on the trend bandwagon, but social selling is something I see tremendous value in and have had tons of success with in my business. However, it is not a trend to jump on if you don’t have a few crucial elements in place first.

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If you have no idea what social selling is or you’re confused how to do it well, I’m going to walk you through it all today. I want to take this BS-ridden tactic and make it crystal clear for you to add to your marketing toolbox. I’ll show you how my business uses it and how to find the best way to use it for yours.

In today’s podcast, I’m giving you the first episode in my series on social selling. This mega-powerful sales tactic is about more than posting pretty pictures on your Instagram feed. I’m going to show you how to lay a solid foundation of assets for you to launch your social selling strategy from, and the exact steps you need to take to make dynamite sales from social media. There are so many benefits to this method of selling, I can’t wait for you to give it a try.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What social selling is and why it’s important to your business right now.
  • How I use social selling to grow my sales.
  • The exact steps to follow for effective social selling.
  • Why you have to have compassion for yourself if you want to try new tactics.
  • The key to making social selling work for you.
  • The assets you want to have in place before you sell on social media.

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Feb 2, 2021

Last week, I dove into the core of what we teach in our business accelerator program: PPAM. The Premium Priced Ascension Model is an ecosystem that enables you to skyrocket your CIA and your freedom. Today, we’re expanding on the information we shared in part one to give you an even better idea of how to build a successful service-based business. 

When you start creating your PPAM business, there are three phases that each have their own milestones and tasks. Each phase builds off the last, so it’s important to do this work thoroughly and in order.

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As your business grows, so should your cash, influence, and autonomy. With the PPAM model, that is the priority. We guide you every step of the way so that you can grow a business that allows you to make money and make an impact while enjoying plenty of free time. 

In today’s podcast, I’m taking the PPAM model a step further by explaining the three phases you go through to build a PPAM business. I’m walking you through the milestones of each phase and the specific tasks you need to complete to move onto the next phase. It might seem like a lot of information, but I really want to make sure you understand how taking your service-based businesses to 7 figures is completely possible and available to you.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What the three phases of building a PPAM business are.
  • The four foundational elements you need to nail in order to grow.
  • The milestones you aim to achieve in each phase.
  • How our Business Accelerator Program helps you build a PPAM business.

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Jan 26, 2021

Before I had this coaching business, I had a very successful consulting business for over 10 years. It was great, but I eventually reached a point where I needed to shift mindsets, to stop doing the work, and start building an ecosystem. 

So many women CEOs are at the same spot I was before I made the change. You know that if you get sick or don’t show up, your business doesn’t make money. You have no CIA (cash, influence, and autonomy) and you’re spending 25 hours a week just delivering on what you sold.

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Today, I’m introducing you to the business structure we recommend in our business accelerator, PPAM. If you want to have more open time, more CIA, and you want to make a bigger impact, then PPAM is the way to go. Using this model will help you achieve 7 figure status with more time for everything.

In today’s episode, part one of a two-part series, I unveil the PPAM model, what it is, how it works, and why it’s so dang effective. This is the heart of what we teach in the business accelerator, so I know giving you this behind-the-scenes peak is going to be super helpful. You’ll learn why you need to create an ecosystem, how PPAM delivers CIA, and how you can lay the foundation for this structure today.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Why I knew it was time to start a new business.
  • What the Premium Priced Ascension Model is.
  • Why it’s important to have at least 30% open time in your schedule.
  • The steps to building your PPAM business.
  • The milestones that signify your PPAM is on the right track.
  • The 3 criteria the PPAM fulfills.

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  • If you liked what you heard in this episode and are intrigued by the PPAM ecosystem, click here to learn about our Business Accelerator where we take this concept to the next level.
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Jan 19, 2021

The book industry is worth over 25 billion dollars with the average person reading 12 books per year. The average CEO? 60 books per year. With that clear-cut evidence, how is it possible that one of my clients was told “people don’t read anymore”?

We are living in an age where any idiot with an opinion can share it on the internet whether it is fact-based or not. Critical thinking and discernment have gone out the window for some, which is why I’m taking a stand and writing a love letter to critical thinking.

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As you scale and grow your business, critical thinking is ridiculously important. So important that without it, you could end up with a business that you don’t even want or one that doesn’t reflect your values. 

Today on the podcast, I’m breaking down why “people don’t read anymore” is completely false and how other idiotic statements need a dose of discernment before you believe them. I’m urging you to trust your instincts and do your research and share why we, women CEOs, must bring this level of thinking to our work because our businesses and the world clearly need it.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Why the statement “people don’t read anymore” is completely idiotic.
  • The importance and power of critical thinking.
  • Why CEOs specifically depend on reading for context and situational awareness.
  • How to not let well-intentioned yet misguided advice sway you from doing you.

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Jan 12, 2021

Contrary to popular belief, growing a business is not the be-all-end-all it’s cracked up to be. Now, scaling a business, that’s a whole other story. Growth and scale are not the same thing, and using them interchangeably only creates stress and confusion. 

On a basic level, scaling sets you free and growth creates more problems. I don’t know what your mission here on earth is, but I know you have one. And I know it isn’t to make more revenue so you can have more headaches. But that’s what focusing on growth will get you.

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When I work with women entrepreneurs, the one thing we all have in common is a greater mission. Money is great, but we’re here for more. You’re here to scale so that you can make a greater impact, change lives, change your industry, and direct your abundance into causes you care about.

Today on the podcast, I’m diving into why we’ve got to stop using “scale” and “growth” interchangeably and how to decide which one you’ve been working towards. I’m sharing the 3 principles of scale so you can get more cash, more influence, and more autonomy, while also fulfilling your mission. I’m telling you exactly how to stop overworking yourself, simplify your systems, and scale with confidence.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • Why it drives me crazy when people use these terms interchangeably.
  • The differences between scale and growth.
  • The 3 things that every female entrepreneur I’ve ever met has wanted.
  • What traditional growth models are about and why they need to evolve.
  • The 3 principles of scale.
  • Why scale gets you closer to fulfilling your mission than growth does.

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  • If you’re ready to take your confidence and your business to the next level, you have got to sign up for my upcoming webinar, Ridiculously Bold, Astoundingly Brazen: How to Commend Cash with An Impossible to Copy Marketing Voice. This 75-minute webinar is jam-packed with material I’ve never shared before that I know will help you uplevel your business. Register here and I cannot wait to share this masterclass with you!

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Jan 5, 2021

The research is in: male entrepreneurs tend to be much more confident in themselves as entrepreneurs than women do. Shocking, right? The confidence gap for women entrepreneurs is something I see every day in my work and so today I’m diving into what we can do about it.

When I talk about confidence, I’m not talking about general confidence or confidence in the mirror. I’m talking about business building, empire growing, and company leading confidence.

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I know that each of you has this confidence inside, but for various reasons, you censor and discredit yourself. Women certainly have unique obstacles to face in business, but myself and many of my clients are living proof that you can overcome them.

Today on the podcast, I’m diving into why there’s a confidence gap for women entrepreneurs and what you can do to overcome it. If you want to grow your company, you need a specific type of confidence that doesn’t come with more time or experience. I’m showing you where it comes from and how to start cultivating it right now. Don’t let another year go by where you aren’t leaning into your power. Be the fabulous, confident CEO I know you can be.

Today on the Power + Presence + Position Podcast:

  • What the research says about the confidence gap for women entrepreneurs.
  • What the number one trait of my most successful clients is.
  • Why I’m not just talking about general confidence.
  • The 2 buckets of work to focus on to improve your confidence.

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  • If you’re ready to take your confidence and your business to the next level, you have got to sign up for my upcoming webinar, Ridiculously Bold, Astoundingly Brazen: How to Commend Cash with An Impossible to Copy Marketing Voice. This 75-minute webinar is jam-packed with material I’ve never shared before that I know will help you uplevel your business. Register here and I cannot wait to share this with you in January!
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