BroadCast: Broads Building Businesses is the go-to podcast for and about women entrepreneurs. Join Chief Broad Jenny Powers each week as she interviews today's most successful women business owners. Get entertained, educated and empowered while learning how these women grow their business beyond their wildest dreams . We cover topics that relate to women in business, such as networking, being an entrepreneur, womens business, start ups, and empowerment. Don't miss a single episode.
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Jun 14, 2017

Our broad for today’s show is actually two broads—sisters, authors, publishers, and longtime friends of mine: Elizabeth Doyle Carey and Carrie Doyle. Between them, they have five sons, and their families make their homes in the Hamptons. Two years ago, they pooled their resources and talents and joined with their partner, Tiffany Palmer, to launch Dunemere Books, an independent book publisher of destination fiction for all ages. 

How is Dunemere Books different? As authors, Liz and Carrie were frustrated with the popular slow model of book publishing and the fact that writers give up so much control over their work to a publisher. They wanted their company to stand out and be set apart---and they’ve taken great strides to accomplish those purposes. As writers and publishers, they cater to middle grade and young adult readers, but they have big plans on the horizon! Join us for their amazing story!

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • The beginning: how their idea became reality
  • Why they wanted Dunemere to be a different kind of publisher with a faster timeline and more control for authors
  • Why they want readers to “binge read”
  • Starting out with e-books and transitioning to physical books
  • Their “soft” business plan to focus on e-books and their website
  • Why they use freelance writers
  • Liz’s journey: from Golden Books to Simon & Schuster—22 books and several series
  • How Liz and Carrie work together to come up with plots
  • Carrie and Liz’s current series: The Hamptons Murder Mysteries and The Junior Lifeguards Series
  • What is “destination fiction”?
  • What is a “cozy mystery”?
  • Carrie’s career highlight: selling her first book, The Right Address
  • Liz’s career highlight: selling her first series, The Callahan Cousins
  • “You never know what may come of just picking up the phone. Just go for it.”
  • What the broads have in their toolbox: The Independent Book Publishers Association, Beauty Counter, Spanx, and other favorite resources
  • Favorite mantras: “You’re a plug-gah!” (with Boston accent) and “Don’t let the turkeys get you down!”
  • In 2018, they plan to release books written by other authors
  • Liz explains her Mother-Daughter Book Clubs for girls as young as 4th grade
  • How their sons feel about their books
  • Is there a boys’ book series in the future for Dunemere?
  • Where you can find their books
  • What’s next for Liz and Carrie? New series, more young adult books, wider distribution, and maybe TV shows!
  • Where the “Dunemere” name came from


Find Dunemere on Twitter and Instagram: @dunemerebooks

Other resources mentioned in this episode:

Jun 5, 2017

Whether you travel once a year, once a month, or every week, you’re destined to come across a flight fiasco. The majority of us have experienced a flight delay, overbooking, or lost luggage. What many of us don’t know is that you can be reimbursed for these major or minor inconveniences. Tatyana Mitkova, one of the 27 best CEO’s under 27, created a company to make this possible. Claim Compass not only puts cash back in their customer’s pockets, and they can do the same for you. Tune into this week’s episode to learn all about your flight rights. 


Show Highlights:


  • Inspiration to start her own company 
  • Traveling experiences 
  • Claiming compensation from airlines 
  • Advertising and letting people know their rights 
  • Partnering with larger companies for advertisement 
  • Launching with a business plan 
  • Starting her company full time 
  • Fundraising and finding investors 
  • Packing up and living on the road for months 
  • Tips for launching a business with copartners 
  • Rallying together to address issues 
  • Sources of inspiration 
  • Next big steps for Claim Compass 



The Hustle:


May 31, 2017

Today’s guest is a former beauty queen, turned entrepreneur. She didn’t just create a business, she’s creating a movement. Genecia Alluora’s business goal is to help other women achieve their goals, and she accomplishes this through her business called Soul Rich Woman. You’ll be inspired by her story of improbable success and starting from nothing, to build a 7 figure business. She’s had ups and downs and she shares them all with us today!


Show Highlights:


  • The demand her Mom made on her, as a 14-year-old child, that changed her life.
  • How Genecia ended up with a 6 figure debt and how she paid it off.
  • The mentor she found to give her a new perspective on her situation.
  • Lessons learned from a failed partnership.
  • How she got into beauty pageants and became Miss Singapore
  • Success is about the work you do to help others, not all of the rewards you may get in the process.
  • The vision Genecia has for helping other women achieve their goals to reach the next level.
  • How to use live streaming to connect with your community.
  • A favorite resource of Genecia’s that starts in your head!
  • How coaching and mentorship made all the difference in her business.
  • The big goals for her business this year!


Connect with Genecia:

May 24, 2017

Today's guest is Bea Arthur. Not only is Bea a successful therapist who overcame the hardships in her life, but she's also a growing entrepreneur with a passion for psychotherapy and others. She is a prominent figure that was named a part of the New Guard for Women in Tech by Mary Claire Magazine and an Entrepreneur to Bet on by Newsweek. Listen in to acquire some of her hard earned knowledge.


Show Highlights:

  • How she got interested in the field of mental health
  • The inspiration to start her first business and the impact of its failure
  • Starting the first online therapy business
  • Making up solutions to situations without a problem
  • Having the perfect timing for starting a business
  • Working with domestic violence
  • Going on shark tank for a start up
  • Female Founders who start companies alone
  • Bouncing Back from plummeting
  • Being accepted into the NYC accelerator program
  • Being brave from ignorance
  • Benefits of participating in business competitions
  • Becoming the founder and executive director of her company
  • Spending money without making money
  • Using downfalls as stepping stones
  • Recommendations for starting a business
  • Getting organic traffic



The Art of the Start

Why Things Catch On

Twitter: Bea Arthur LMHC


May 17, 2017

Have you ever felt a pull in one direction, but feel fear or “logic” pull in the other? Sometimes we just have to sort through our goals and what we want, and sometimes we need a little help. That’s why we have coaches like Terra Winston. Terra has had the privilege to work with some of the biggest global companies and loves to work with individuals as well. Terra is full of experience and has great advice on how to pursue your dreams and successfully complete them. Tune into this episode of Broadcast Podcast, with your host, Jenny Powers, in order to learn how to make the first step.

  • How Terra started her business
  • Deciding what makes you feel fulfilled
  • Making the first step
  • Business plans
  • Finding your own method and making ways for things to work for you
  • Spending time with people you already know and like to bring you business opportunities
  • Being qualified
  • How Terra’s coaching has evolved
  • Steps entrepreneurs should make before quitting their day job
  • Making definite goals
  • Taking advantage of the benefits of your day job that you can use to build your business
  • Remembering the reasons you got into profession
  • Living in your best fulfillment
  • Tools and Hacks


The calm app

Canva App

Designing Your Life

Facebook & Twitter: Terra Winston


May 10, 2017

Have you ever stepped on the scale and been unhappy with the numbers? Despite how badly you want to shed the pounds, you just can’t find the time or motivation to put in the work. Many of us want the results, but don’t want the diet. Nagina Abdullah has a similar experience but found a way to achieve the results without depriving herself of all of the tasty foods she enjoys, by making it a lifestyle, not just an ordinary diet.  Tune into this episode of Broadcast, with your host Jenny Powers, to get some quick tips and tricks on losing weight and gaining the motivation to do it. 

Show Highlights:

  • Inspiration to make a change 
  • Making the first step 
  • Making dieting fun and not feeling deprived 
  • Sharing her findings with others 
  • Giving bite-sized pieces of advice for people to implement 
  • Researching and experimenting with different spices
  • Making fun changes so you don’t get bored 
  • Taking steps to make it a business 
  • Targeting your audience 
  • Using structure to help make it easier for clients 
  • Making it a lifestyle and not a diet 
  • The point where it went from a hobby to full-time job 
  • Picking between careers
  • The importance of having another source of income when transitioning into a new business 
  • Things she wishes she would’ve known before launching her business 
  • Career highlights 
  • Doing research on your audience 
  • Surrounding yourself with people with similar goals 
  • Figuring out what to change with your marketing 
  • Favorite resources and outlets 
  • Goals achieved that show success 


Resources: - Get the FREE Weight Loss Recipe book

“The Big Leap” by Gay Henricks 

May 3, 2017

Would you ever invite guests over for dinner and serve them in the bathroom? You wouldn’t and neither would I. So why is it that we are forced to feed our precious children in an unsanitary bathroom stall? It’s embarrassing and humiliating and Priya Nembhard set out to solve the problem for Mothers!


Priya Nembhard is a serial entrepreneur with a flare for gab and loves talking about topics she’s passionate about. Host of #thePINKLife for the Moms Pump Here Youtube Channel and Mom Tip guru, Priya specializes in Mom Topics, Women in Tech, Humanitarian Issues and Startup Business Advice for Moms.


Priya is the Co-Founder of Moms Pump Here, LLC and Co-creator of the Moms Pump Here Nursing Room Locator App helping moms find places to breastfeed and breast pump around the world. Founder of the Early Development of Global Education Charitable Foundation she has impacted the lives of thousands of children through environmental and humanitarian services. Priya is also co-owner of BlueBox Media, a Global Member and Board Member of FemCity NYC, and an alumna of Syracuse University and New School University.


Show Highlights:


  • How Priya got the inspiration for Moms Pump Here
  • Did she or didn’t she? You know….the business plan question!
  • Priya ended up in business with her husband
  • Learn how they find ideal pumping space, and how they vet their submissions
  • What actually makes a great space for breastfeeding?
  • There’s a big announcement coming for Moms Pump Here on May 1st and it can make the app free again
  • Learn what Priya did before her latest venture
  • Find out the biggest highlight of the Moms Pump Here journey
  • Learn what keeps Priya motivated and on track
  • Women have a hard time saying they are making a lot of money!




Book - Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill


Follow them on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

Apr 19, 2017


We’ve all experienced a break-up or two that left us with a little more than a broken heart. Maybe a pound or two from our break up Netflix binge, a stuffed animal from your first date, or a promise ring that turned out to be nothing but empty promises. If this is all too familiar, you may want to tune into today’s show, with your host, Jenny Powers, while she interviews the founder of “Never Liked it Anyway”, author of “The Men Project”, and the badass of breakups, Annabel Acton. 


Listen in as Annabel and Jenny discuss:


  • How Annabel started “Never liked it Anyway”
  • Creating a positive thing out of something negative 
  • When the business became more serious 
  • Helping people get back to their best selves 
  • First steps she took to start the business 
  • Hardest part of building the business 
  • Building your own website 
  • Launching with a business plan 
  • Eclectic things people sell on Never Liked it Anyway 
  • “Bounce Back” gift for friends going through a breakup 
  • “Bounce Back” stack; An adventure card set to get you back to fabulous
  • Publishing Annabel’s first book 
  • Starting a TV show 
  • Career highlights 
  • Professional mistakes and lessons learned 
  • Knowing your worth and be clear about what you want 
  • What keeps Annabel going 
  • Sources of Inspiration 
  • The “next big thing” coming up in Annabel’s life 
  • Ways to own the “Bounce Back” space with partners 
  • How to sell your jewelry or break up relics you no longer want on “Never Liked it Anyway” 


Connect with Annabel:


Apr 5, 2017

Jean Brownhill founded Sweeten (as in "home, sweet home") in 2011 after a maddening attempt at renovating her own Brooklyn townhouse. Contractors in the network must meet a high standard and are accountable to get the work done right.

Sweeten is a free service that matches homeowners with general contractors. Jean is a trained architect and she’s figured out how to turn her skills into a much-needed service for homeowners.


Listen as Jean and Jenny discuss:


  • How Jean’s own renovation nightmare sparked her idea for a business.
  • Learn how much revenue contractors in the Sweeten network are gaining each month.
  • Why referral based contractors love how Sweeten changes their business in a good way.
  • The empowerment of a rating system for the network.
  • Why Jean decided Sweeten needs to be involved in the project from start to finish.
  • Learn the most valuable mistakes that Jean made in starting the business.
  • The important role that experts play in her business.
  • Some of Jean’s career highlights thus far.
  • Why Jean loves self-development and improving herself.


Jean Recommends:


Gretchen Rubin’s Happier Project Podcast


Positive Intelligence, by Shirzad Chamine


Asana for project management


Connect with Jean and Sweeten -



Feb 22, 2017

Have you every wondered who cleans up after a homicide or suicide? Does the police department take care of that? Who cleans up after a drug bust in a meth lab? Somebody has to do it, right? Truth is, clean up is the responsibility of the property owner. So, where would someone turn to clean up a contaminated mess? There are people specially trained to clean up a scene like this.


Laura Spaulding Koppel is our guest today and she is that specialist! Laura is the Founder of Spaulding Decon. After serving in both the Army and law enforcement, she has cornered the market in a recession proof industry. Laura has seen things we have only seen in movies. In 2005, she opened the first nationally franchised company to offers decontamination services, which includes crime scene, hoarding, and meth lab cleanup throughout the United States. Let's listen and learn how Laura thrives on bringing order to chaos.


What you'll hear in this episode:


  • What inspired Laura to launch this unusual business.
  • Why Laura was forced to get creative about a start-up loan.
  • How did Laura gain the expertise to even start this business?
  • As the only employee for the first year, how did Laura physically manage the tasks involved in this business?
  • By what means did Laura get the word out to potential customers.
  • What is guerrilla marketing?
  • What is it that Laura has in her make-up that made her stick with it.
  • Looking back, what would Laura have done differently in the beginning.
  • When and how Laura decided to franchise.
  • Pitfalls to avoid when franchising.

   * Thoroughly vetting potential franchisees

   * Personal, in-house training

  • How did Laura branch out from crime scene clean-up to hoarding and meth lab clean-up?
  • How to prepare yourself to go into one of these scenes.
  • Do hoarders themselves call and ask for clean-up help?
  • What is Laura's career highlight?
  • What does Laura consider to be her greatest professional mistake?
  • What business goals does Laura have for 2017?
  • What one thing does Laura want to stop doing in her professional life?
  • Laura wants to start writing a book in 2017.
  • Laura plans to continue to find great franchisees this year.
  • What does a great franchisee candidate look like?
  • What is an emerging brand?
  • What is in Laura's favorite hack?



Feb 15, 2017

Having trouble coping with adulthood? Ever wish you could go back and be a kid again? Remember what is was like having a nap time and a snack time? How about being able to dress up and pretend you could be a princess or a cowboy? These might not be as far out of reach as you might think.


Today's guest is the magical Michelle Joni. Michelle is the brain behind Preschool Mastermind, Skipping Club, and much more. I first met Michelle at a dress rehearsal and was instantly captivated as soon as she spoke. She's with us today to help us remember how to go back to the basics and capture our childlike innocence again. 


In this episode you will hear:


  • How adults can go back to preschool
  • Where to channel your inner kid to solve world problem
  • What a power letter is?
  • How to be anything you want to be when you grow up
  • How to create your own skipping club
  • Learn about Michelle's Universe
  • How to mix business and play
  • Motivations to keep going
  • Michelle's sources of inspiration 
  • Learn about the Endless Gifting Economy 




Michelle's Site- 


Beatle fans fest-


Feb 1, 2017

Jenny Powers, Chief Broad and entrepreneur, gets down and dirty with Stacy Tuschl. In this, no holds barred interview, Stacy shares with us her journey to entrepreneurship with a 7 figure income. Stacy started her own business as a teenager, incorporated in her 20’s, and now runs several successful businesses. She is also best-selling author of Is Your Business Worth Saving. So, buckle up and lets get started.


Do you toss and turn at night over an expense or wondering if you’ll ever find the right hire? Do you wonder if your business is even worth saving? Sit down and turn it up as we hear Stacy tell us how she built her business empire.


What you’ll hear in this episode:


  • What was it like to be such young business person?
  • What are the benefits of being a young entrepreneur?
  • Where can young entrepreneurs find help with organization and business planning?
  • The 3 steps to delegation:

      * Have crystal clear expectations

      * Have very clear deadlines

      * Have a system for accountability 

  • What is Stacy’s favorite productivity tool?
  • How does Stacy divide her day?
  • Is it possible to be multi-passionate in business?
  • Ideas for what time of day is best to check your email. This is key in determining who and what controls your day.
  • Communication tool to use with your team other than email.
  • Do your proactive work in the morning and the reactive work in the afternoon.
  • Ways to control self doubt, which can slow or even kill your passion:

      * Read positive books

      * Surround yourself with positive people

      * Listen to podcasts

  • What does Stacy have in her toolbox?
  • Reward yourself along the way and recognize milestones.
  • What is Stacy’s major accomplishment?
  • What is Stacy’s professional mistake and how you can avoid the same mistake.
  • Breaking down your goals for the year into 90 day goals could help you achieve greater success.
  • What is Stacy’s next big thing?
  • What you will gain from attending She’s Building Her Empire-Live.
  • The dates and location of She’s Building Her Empire-Live.
  • Key ways you can build a better network.
  • Valuable networking tools you can find on-line.
  • How to find clients on Facebook.
  • Getting out of your comfort zone is key- Just go do it.




Interested in attending Stacy's live event in April, visit her site now for more details

Is Your Business Worth Saving by Stacy Tuschl


She’s Building Her Empire- Website

She’s Building Her Empire- Podcast

She’s Building Her Empire- Live


Jan 11, 2017

If you ever need the perfect space to get some work done, or to bring a group of people together, or for any reason at all, listen in to today's episode of Broadcast, with guest, Caterina Rizzi, co-founder of Breather,  a network of beautiful, inspiring workspaces, currently available in 10 cities across the USA and Canada and now,  in London too, to make it easier for you!


Twenty years ago, Caterina was working as a salesperson at a department store in Canada. Today, she is the co-founder of Breather, an on-demand professional workspace community.  Breather currently has three hundred and thirteen spaces, available for off sites, team meetings, client meetings, small events or whatever else you may need.


Today, Caterina talks to Jenny about:


  • Where she was twenty years ago, how she met Julian and eventually started Breather.
  • To have a business plan- or not?
  • Breathers'  first year.
  • Creating an experience, not just a space.
  • The gratitude she carries with her every day.
  • The biggest hurdle that she's had to face in her business, so far.
  • What she does when the going gets tough.
  • One of her goals for Breather for 2017.
  • The spirit of benevolence she found with other women in business.
  • What she has in her toolbox that she uses for inspiration.
  • What some people do in the spaces at Breather.
  • What's to look forward to with Breather in 2017.




Caterina's website:


Caterina on Twitter: @breather


Dec 14, 2016

My guest today is Raegan Moya-Jones, an Australian native and now, New Yorker. After the birth of her first child, she looked everywhere for the breathable muslin swaddle blankets that were common in her homeland. This lack led her to be the co-founder and CEO of Aden & Anais. Raegan is now the mother of four daughters and is busy running a company worth multiple millions, but the idea was born at her kitchen table in 2003. Join me to hear her incredible story!

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • The popularity of muslin swaddles in Australia---not in the US
  • Why these blankets are indispensable to Aussie parents
  • Raegan’s crazy life with her daughters, her sales job, and trying to launch a new business
  • Passion for your business leads to big sacrifices
  • Only 2% of women-owned businesses get to $1 million in revenue
  • Tenacity and determination to reach the $1 million goal
  • The recent acquisition of Halo—the company’s worth is now $125 million!
  • A career highlight? Hitting the million-dollar revenue mark
  • What Raegan’s daughters think about mom’s business
  • Where the company name came from
  • Raegan’s favorite tool? Wine!
  • Her inspiration? Her daughters
  • Her next big thing? Plans for international expansion and new products in development!
  • Why Aden & Anais swaddles are the best baby gift ever!



Nov 23, 2016

Carrie, the CEO of Likeable Media, studied Marketing and Advertising Communication at Emerson College.  She is also the host of All the Social Ladies Podcast. Likeable Media provides “social insights to develop and promote digital branded content that generates business results.”

Show Notes 

  • How she established Likeable Media
  • They raised funds for the company and their wedding
  • Their story had been featured in
  • If she had to do it all again, there’s something she would have done differently
  • Carrie reinvented the processes
  • Their company has been named as one of the best places to work in
  • Both Carrie and Dave have a commitment to culture
  • What are some “out of the box” reasons they were named as fun place to work
  • They have 40 people working with them
  • They hire based on core values
  • What are their core values?
  • What their “toolbox” includes


Nov 18, 2016

It was 2013 and Megan had a little sister who needed to wear a bra for girls but was offered the bras for women.  They found only padded, push up bras with wiring. It was the time when she realized that the market needed comfortable, age-appropriate bras for teens.

That was when she thought of setting up her own company, Yellowberry using her savings.  She was only 17 then, was a busy high school junior and a nationally ranked competitive skier. She also launched a Kickstarter campaign that raised $41,795 and she began manufacturing and shipping bras.

Media around the country picked up on Megan’s story—Fortune magazine, Fast Company, The Huffington Post, The New York Times, Good Morning America, The Today Show and others.

She was selected as one of TIME Magazine’s 25 Most Influential Teens in 2014.  Huffington Post named her one of the 14 Most Fearless Teens in 2014. In 2015, Megan was named one of the 24 Millennials to Watch by Yahoo.

She has been featured on the TODAY Show, The New York Times, Fast Company, Inc. Magazine, Forbes Magazine, Seventeen and Teen Vogue.  

She served as a member of the Barbie Global Advisory Board in 2015. She is a recipient of the 2016 Thiel Fellowship Grant and was named to the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 list in Retail and Ecommerce.

Show Notes

  • Her personal and business story
  • What drove her to become an entrepreneur
  • Her parents owned their family business and gave them a lot of responsibility
  • She took care of her younger siblings
  • She attributes her strength of character to being given major responsibilities by her parents
  • Her careers highlight
  • Her favorite business resources
  • Her biggest challenge then and now



Nov 9, 2016

Jessica Rhodes, founder and CEO of Interview Connections, is our guest today! She shares a wealth of information for business success with us.  Jessica is a regular speaker at Dream Business Academy and has shared the stage with dozens of top podcasters at Podcast Movement and Podcast New England.  

Jessica Rhodes

Show Notes

  • What Jessica did prior to her podcasting work
  • Her dad’s role in building her own business
  • Steps she took to make her business a reality.
  • What she learned from her dad
  • Interview Connections launched in September 2013
  • What Interview Connections does- Services and Products
  • Her tips for hiring a Virtual Assistant
  • Know the role that your VA will fill
  • The best starting point to hiring staff/team members
  • Importance of being in a Mastermind
  • Reasons why it’s important for a business to have a podcast: all
  • Providing added value to clients
  • Is it easier to be a guest on another’s show than to have your own podcast?
  • How to get booked as an expert in your industry
  • Apps she recommends for better communication with clients and teammates 
  • Her book The Interview Connection: How to Rock your Podcasts will launch in January 2017 (Amazon link coming soon)  
  • Quotable Quote: Find someone you can take direction from.


Jessica's website :

2nd Website:

Email: GuestExpert(at)InterviewConnections(dot)com

Broadcast Resource Center:

Nov 2, 2016

Afrin Kahn is our guest today. She’s the Co- Founder of Red Elephant event planning company. After losing her possessions in Hurricane Sandy, and having to re-invent her business, she began speaking everywhere she could and gained a quick following and tons of clients. Red Elephant works to make great live events for entrepreneurs and they also provide training for Speakers. She made her husband her business partner and the rest is history.


Listen as Afrin also discusses:


  • How she and her husband got together - they’ve been best friends all their lives
  • Why it took 6 months for her husband to respond to being asked out on a date
  • How her business changed after Hurricane Sandy
  • Why you must “eat your own dog food!”
  • How she made $75K from her first live event for her own business
  • Why their experience in wedding planning was invaluable when they had to reinvent their business
  • Find out what she considers her career highlight
  • Afrin talks about what is next in her business….it includes a bit more balance!
  • Why they believe training speakers requires you to be hands on
  • How you can create raving fans with your community


Afrin's Favorite Tool:


Trip It - the travel app



Connect with Afrin: - get a free speaker checklist before you take the stage!


Oct 26, 2016

This week brings to us an inspiration in the form of Craft Street Design owner Pratima Aravabhoomi. She was once was an Apple consultant. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and a Masters in Design from Portfolio Center in Atlanta, Georgia.  Prior to 2007, she was in a bad, pre-arranged marriage and was depressed and on the verge of being an alcoholic when an inspirational quote on the wall suddenly jolted her mind to normalcy.  Listen to her talk about her story of success and motivation.


Pratima Aravabhoomi


Show Notes:


  • What the quote “the darkest hour is before dawn” means to her
  • Where she gets her design inspiration
  • Her business prior to Craft Street Design
  • She never thought people would buy her quotes
  • She studied calligraphy and typography for her business
  • The hours she spend on each design
  • She makes the words as the most important thing on each wall poster
  • She designs everything “around” the quote
  • Her bestselling quotes depend on the season
  • Quotes are seasonal
  • Her quotes make perfect personal and corporate gifts
  • Her marketing strategy
  • Her advice for new entrepreneurs
  • Her advice for immigrant entrepreneurs
  • She works from her home and in coffee shops
  • It’s incredible to earn money regardless of where you work
  • Her whole business is based on inspiration
  • Her favorite quote is: What is the best that can happen?
  • The effect of this favorite quote on her
  • The plans for 2017


 The Resources





Oct 19, 2016

Broads, have I got a treat for you today! The confident, powerful and inspiring Precious Williams is on the show today. She’s amazing - just listen to the interview to find out. She doesn’t just show up, she comes to slay! Precious has lots of things going on business wise and she is here to lend you a little bit of confidence so you can go out and slay your business!


Here’s a little bit about Precious Williams:


Precious L. Williams, Esq., is an unstoppable full figured diva on a mission:  to celebrate the beauty of curvy women in all that she does.

As an African American woman who was once a size 28, Precious was often not able to find sexy and stylish lingerie that fit her curves.  Although she had a red-hot romance with a well-known actor, Precious knew, from experience, that society and big box stores often ignored or dismissed women with a little bit more meat on their bones.

Frustrated, but far from intimidated with her limited lingerie options, Precious decided to createCurvy Girlz Lingerie, a dynamic intimate apparel brand that caters to her fellow plus size fashionistas.  Her goal is to make Curvy Girlz Lingerie, LLC the #1 lingerie destination for curvy women.

Precious, Curvy Girlz Lingerie, LLC’s visionary Founder and CEO, is also a successful New York based attorney, teacher, mentor and motivational speaker.   She is a Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude graduate of Spelman College and Rutgers School of Law-Newark.

A gifted orator and an extraordinary serial entrepreneur, Precious has been selected as the keynote speaker at a number of conferences, entrepreneurial and women centered summits, fundraisers and corporate training events.



Oct 17, 2016

Welcome Broads! Today’s guest is Makenna Johnston! Makenna is a self-proclaimed unicorn wrangler. She’s first and foremost a creative human and entrepreneur. She is a life, creativity, and business coach & consultant with over a decade of experience working with Fortune 500 companies, service based businesses, coaches, organizations, artists, and writers to create deep, soul song alignment and strategy to bring home the bacon. 


Makenna has done so many unique things through the course of her career. She’s worked in non-profits and has an entrepreneur's heart: she’s practical but visionary! Listen to this episode to find out why she lives in France part of the year and find our her connection the one and only Julia Childs!


Listen to this episode as Makenna also reveals:


  • The terrible news she received as a 16-year-old
  • How her trip to Cambodia got cut short
  • Why her bucket list is done. Completed at 26!
  • Ways she keeps adding to her bucket list to make it a living, breathing document
  • How she manifested her partner and ended up marrying her
  • How she became an internet star!
  • Why she’s cooking in Julia Childs’ kitchen even though she never went to culinary school
  • The aspect of her coaching practice that she isn’t afraid to toot her own horn about!
  • Why Makenna is constantly training and learning new things
  • What 3 things are the core of her vision umbrella
  • Makenna’s response to people who want to “pick her brain”
  • The sources for her inspiration
  • Why you have to be that thing you want
  • You gotta hear about the “Bliss Bus!”
  • Why her business is running out of steam on the internet, in lieu of personal connections
  • Why a rising tide may not lift all boats
  • Hear about her Practical Magic event in San Antonio




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Oct 7, 2016

At first, Christine had been mulling on setting up her own business but was afraid to leave her day job for fear of losing her income. Yet she kept thinking about doing what she was passionate about. She even prayed to get laid off just to have a reason to leave.  She was not laid off. Something made her finally resign from her job. After she did, she asked herself:  Why didn’t I do it sooner?

The deep grief of losing her daughter was, later on, transformed into positive creativity.  She moved forward with a passionate determination to keep pursuing her dreams.  Today Christine owns several businesses and helps other businesses get to the top and entrepreneurs to grow and evolve toward what they want to become. She continues her “focused strategies” on supporting, inspiring, and motivating women to achieve their own dreams.

Show notes

  • What inspired her to launch the business?
  • Did she launch it with a Business Plan?
  • What is her reason for not having one?
  • What she considers her true calling
  • Why she did not feel fulfilled at her previous corporate job
  • Why she hired a mentor
  • Why she calls herself a Focused Strategist, rather than a Coach
  • The 2 things that set her up for success were: 1) Focus, and 2) Confidence
  • What she teaches people to build their confidence
  • She had observed that the most capable people are the least confident
  • What to do to build confidence
  • What keeps her going when the going gets tough 
  • How she survived the worst loss in her life and get refocused on her dreams
  • Her favorite, inspirational song by Punch Brothers
  • Preparing a Regular Resume and a comprehensive Confidence Resume is a powerful tool
  • What to include in the Confidence Resume
  • The highlights in her career
  • Journaling as a way to document and review her ideas and thoughts, to create content, gratitude list, as an emotional outlet, and as blueprint sketch pad for her business ideas
  • Her big event in November 2016
  • Her avatar. If you meet the description, go ahead and send her a request for an invite or add her as a friend on Facebook.


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Sep 28, 2016

There are all kinds of diet formulae everywhere! If you have already given up on all of them, try Tanya’s.  Tanya Zuckerbrot, MS, RD, is an internationally-known dietitian and the creator of the renowned F-Factor™ Diet, the only dietitian-created program for weight loss and optimal health that is based on scientifically proven fiber-rich nutrition. She has scientifically-developed The F-Factor™ Diet,   where the F stands for fiber. She  also authored 2 best-selling weight-loss books: The F-Factor Diet: Discover the Secret to Permanent Weight Loss  and The Miracle Carb Diet: Make Calories and Fat Disappear – with Fiber. She also holds a Master’s degree in Nutrition and Food Studies from New York University and completed a two-year dietetic internship at NYU Medical Center. She and her team at F-Factor™ have been helping people with health issues.  Using this scientific diet, she has lowered cholesterol deposits, reversed diabetes, reduced excess weight, reversed cardiovascular conditions, and restored people’s health.

Show Notes

  • What is the F-Factor diet made of?
  • How do diabetic patients benefit from it
  • What happens when cardio patients, reversed their cholesterol with the F-Factor diet
  • How the diet helps to manage sugar and excessive weight
  • What kind of carbs are good for the health
  • Is alcohol bad for people who want to lose weight
  • Why the F-Factor diet is equivalent to working out
  • Why you don’t easily feel hungry with this diet
  • Why fiber makes weight-loss easier
  • What it is that Tanya would have done differently
  • Loss of muscle tissues slows metabolism. Anything that builds muscles can help maintain normal metabolism.
  • How to be lean but strong

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Sep 21, 2016

Jamiee Newberry is a professional experimenter, writer and keynote speaker. She’s also the mother of two girls and two cats . She’s inspired by fun, Muppets, Disney and a good sprinkling of rebellion.

She’s the Founder of Picture This Clothing, and if you haven’t seen her clothing line for children, you have been living under a rock! She’s everywhere with an innovative new way to “wear your imagination”!


Let’s listen as Jaimee also discusses: 



  • How Jaimee gets a huge amount of press for her launch
  • What Picture This Clothing is and how it started
  • Why it’s important for a child to “wear their imagination”
  • How she brought imagination to life
  • What she’s done to be everywhere……TechCrunch didn’t hurt!
  • Her process for working out the logistics of making the product happen.
  • T-Shirts are coming, so it won’t just be dresses in the future.
  • How she handles hate mail - yes, even she has to deal with it!
  • Her big “WOW” so far!
  • The special detail she does for each and every order.
  • What Jaimee is focused on right now
  • There’s a book in the works!

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Sep 14, 2016

Our guest, Lesley Pyle, the founder and president of Hire My Mom and Home-Based Working Moms (HBWM), has been featured in Seattle Times, Fox Business, Redbook magazine, Parenting magazine, First for Women magazine, ABC News,,  iVillage Live TV program,, Yahoo Finance, Clarion Ledger, Real Ways to Earn, and in other television shows  and print media.

Pyle graduated Summa Cum Laude with a bachelor's degree in Journalism / Public Relations from Texas State University. She received a master's degree in Public Relations from the University of Sterling in Scotland while on a full academic scholarship from Rotary International as an Ambassador of Goodwill.


After the birth of her first child in 1995, Lesley founded HBWM to help parents share ideas, network,  and support one another in parenting and entrepreneurship. She quit her full-time job and focused on   her home business in public relations and marketing. These are the highlights of the podcast:


  • How Lesley pioneered a home-based business to be able to care for her newborn child
  • She set up work-at-home movement with a girls’ club, professional women, and  entrepreneur moms
  • It was really hard to make ends meet at the start of her home-based work
  • What Home-Based Working Moms is
  • What Hire My Mom is
  • She wrote news releases and some
  • 90% of her site audience are looking for home-based work while caring for family
  • The most popular virtual job
  • May jobs can be done from home - virtual administrator post, social media management, writing, blogging, and web development
  • She gets many referrals from satisfied clients
  • Employers can post jobs for free
  • The options for members - free membership and upgraded premium membership
  • Problems and issues in this kind of business
  • How Lesley overcomes these problems
  • The tools of her trade
  • Keeping up with competition
  • Her current goals
  • Quotable quote: If you’re not moving ahead, then you’re moving backward




Websites: Hire My Mom  ;


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