Welcome! Today’s guest is Marni Battista, who is a master at helping women pinpoint why they are, or are not, dateable. She figures out the types of messages we unconsciously broadcast to men based on our thoughts, feelings, actions, and attitudes. She is a professional dating coach and the founder of Dating with Dignity.
Marni shares the following about her business journey:
www.datingwithdignity.com (Marni’s website and her 60-seconds to Love quiz) Find her on Twitter, Instagram, and Periscope.
Scaling Up by Verne Harnish (One of Marni’s favorite books)
Today's featured Broad is Dana Ostomel, and she's here to teach anyone about raising money and crowdfunding through her company, Deposit A Gift.
Dana’s company has been an active internet company for over five years, even though the planning stage began 1-1/2 years earlier. Her background is in advertising and marketing. It was when she was laid off in 2007 as a result of the recession that the idea for the company began to grow. Her husband is her business partner for this family investment project that has become her full-time job.
Dana shares the following about her entrepreneurial experience:
Dana also shares her career highlights, some of her favorite fundraising success stories, and what she plans to stop, start, and continue doing. She has keen insight into how to handle requests for meetings and other obligations, and is working on business expansion partnerships. Hear how Dana is using her YouTube channel to educate people about fundraising. Join me for this exciting conversation!
Links and Resources:
Be Quick but Don’t Hurry by Andrew Hill with John Wooden
Find Dana on social media by searching for depositagift.
Email Dana: email@example.com
Welcome! Today’s broad is Kimra Luna, who is a self-made, self-taught, (almost) millionaire with her online business coaching and strategy. Believe it or not, Kimra grew up living on government assistance, but she became inspired to do something better with her life. She started her company in May, 2014, and has already made almost a million dollars in sales. Her program, “Be True, Brand You” has almost 500 students, and her Facebook group boasts over 13,000 members. She is also a wife and mother of three young sons. She lives with her family in Riverside, CA. Join me to hear more about Kimra’s exciting story!
Kimra touches on the following aspects of her amazing journey:
Kimra also shares her favorite toolbox resources, including Danielle Laporte’s book, The Desire Map. She tells what she hopes to accomplish before the end of 2015. You can find Kimra and other resources at www.kimraluna.com or on Facebook at Freedom Hackers Mastermind Group. You don’t want to miss Kimra’s story, so join us!
Welcome Broads! Today we have an old friend of mine, Jennifer Maanavi, with us. Jennifer is the Physique 57 founder and CEO. She has businesses in several locations all over the world. After working on wall street for 11 years, Jennifer found that she had only one hobby. It was a very specific fitness program (the Lotte Berk Method) and she found that it was the only exercise that worked for her.
One day she saw a notice on the door that the studio was going out of business. For 2 days, she thought about the ways she could keep this workout method alive. The owner didn’t want to sell the business; she just wanted to shut it down. She ended up taking the #1 instructor and starting something on her own. They decided to modernize the method and create a program that was completely new.
You will learn in this episode:
Resources to connect with Jennifer:
physique57.com - Jennifer’s website