Time stamped show notes:
[1:55] She started her podcast because she knew so many genius businesswomen and she just wanted a space where they could be found and highlighted.
[3:24] She was the operator/co-owner of a company someone else founded.
[4:19] She didn't grow up in an entrepreneurial family. Her family was blue-collar.
[6:25] Entrepreneurship is like an upward spiraling staircase.
[7:17] It's good to goal set, but what do you have to do to evolve into the woman that deserves to achieve those goals?
[9:38] She followed her curiosity with her podcast, and it became an entire business for her.
[10:23] She wants to help women lead a purposeful, profitable life through entrepreneurship.
[13:29] If you're doing something you don't love doing and it doesn't make you money, outsource it.
[17:41] If you ask the right questions, clarity can come quickly.
[22:25] Business start out because you want a better a life, but eventually it becomes a means of value transfer (giving to get).
[23:35] One of her money stories was: it's very hard to make money.
[24:53] Make enough marbles so that everyone can have food, water, and shelter. When the basics are covered, what does it look like when everyone can be creative without thinking about the basics?
[26:53] She wants to help women so that they don't worry about the basics.
[27:18] The more women entrepreneurs who are abundant and giving to the world, out of the stress, the more the world benefits from the giving.
[28:26] She reorganized her finances and created a ‘giving bucket.'
[29:05] Once a month or once a quarter, she looks around her and sees where she can donate her ‘giving bucket.'
[31:33] If you're in a moment where you can't figure out how you're going to make rent or cover basic needs, take $2 and given them away.
[36:05] Conversations about love, spiritual, business are so much more prevalent and accepted than they were 5-10 years ago.
Three key points:
- Entrepreneurship is like an upward spiraling staircase.
- If you're doing something you don't love doing and it doesn't make you money, outsource it.
- If you're in a moment where you can't figure out how you're going to make rent or cover basic needs, take $2 and given them away.
Profit First – book
Built to Sell – book
The Go Giver – book
Oprah's Super Soul Conversations – Podcast
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