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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Sep 8, 2016

This episode features Joya Dass, the American TV anchor of NY1 and host of the popular Saturday morning entertainment show AVS and a former Film Director at The Rockefeller Foundation. She has been onTV for the past 18 years already. She lives in New York City but dreams of settling down in Frankfurt when it’s time for her to settle down.


Joya is a speaker, emcee, and moderator. Her 18 years in television enables her to support a women’s networking initiative called “LadyDrinks”  (  to host monthly  events designed to assist small business entrepreneurs of South Asia.  Under her production outfit, Joya Dass Productions, she has produced and directed a series of photo essays and social justice documentary films.

Show Notes:

  • How she moved forward from childhood where she witnessed her mom being a victim of domestic violence
  • The positive attitude she maintained to achieve success in life and career
  • What “LadyDrinks” is.
  • Her work as Co-Founder and President at LadyDrinks
  • Her work as Business News Anchor at NY1 News
  • Why she loves networking and bringing people together
  • Her former job titles
  • The meaning of her name “Joya”
  • What is “Devi Story Lab”?



- I get so much joy in creating magnificent events. I just love it when I look around the room and see that everybody is laughing and their interaction is happening organically, without much prompting from me.

-  Yoga is a big part of my life.  I work out with friends to achieve work-life balance. 


Email:  joya(at)lady-drinks(dot)com

FB Page: American TV Anchor  Women’s  Network Initiative-

FB Personal (Joya Dass personal Facebook link)  



Aug 31, 2016

Today we are here with a serial entrepreneur! Patrice Tanaka started not just one or two HR marketing agencies but three! After 35 years working you would think when retirement comes around that you should take it easy, right?  Not this broad! She went on to start a consultancy called The Joyful Planet Consultancy. The Joyful Planet Consultancy is designed to help individuals and organizations discover and actively live their life’s purpose and unleashing their greatest success. 

Show Notes:

  • What steps did she take to start The Joyful Planet Consultancy?
  • Why did she start this consultancy?
  • How did 9/11 affect her?
  • What was her career highlight?
  • How can others find their joy?
  • What is her goal?

Resources: - Get your free Life Purpose questionnaire and email it back to Patrice for feedback. It's an offer only available for Broads!

Aug 24, 2016

Today we are going to talk about a topic that will make an impression on you. Jennifer Gefsky is a broad on a mission to empower women that are re-entering the workforce. Just a few months ago she co-founded Après, an online recruiting platform connecting women looking to get back in the game with curated job opportunities around the country. You are going to love this interview!


Show Notes:

  • What inspired her for this new business?
  • How does she feel about gender equality?
  • Was there a business plan?
  • When should you “pivot” from an idea?
  • What really pisses her off?
  • How do you become a member on Apres?


@apresnyc- twitter

Aug 17, 2016

Today we have one of the most innovative broads in the history of retail: Maxine Clark! Maxine is the founder of Build-A-Bear! For those of you who do not know what Build-A-Bear is, it’s a place where you can make your own bear or stuffed animal. You can pick from a variety of options, you can name the bear, get a birth certificate and put a unique heart with a wish inside. Each bear comes with its own coding so if the bear is lost and returned to Build-A-Bear the company can locate the owner. This billion dollar business has over 400 build-a-bear workshops worldwide.

Show Notes:

  • What is the story behind the “red pencil”?
  • Where did Maxine work before Build-A-Bear came to life?
  • Was there a business plan?
  • How did she finance her first store?
  • What should be included in a business plan?
  • How important is packaging?
  • What is her next big thing?


The Bear Necessities of Business: Building a Company with Heart    

Aug 9, 2016

Everyone needs a Mom. Maybe not YOUR Mom, but everyone needs motherly advice at some point, without the judgment you may get from your own Mom. Nina Keneally started by building relationships with millennials at the yoga studio and found herself standing in for their Mom’s, giving advice, listening to their problems, and supporting their ideas. Before long, she was able to turn this into a business and now you can hire Need a Mom for any issue you have! Listen to Nina's amazing story of starting a successful business at 63!


In this episode, Nina also discusses:


  • How the idea for her business came to fruition
  • The types of tasks she’s hired to do
  • The press response she got that completely surprised her
  • No business plan required…….it’s just not that kind of business
  • How she’s been able to become a global Mom stand in
  • A life coach and personal mentor combined - the best of both worlds
  • Family without the baggage - that’s the best part of her business
  • How she makes it through the tough times
  • Advice she has for Moms, after working for their children!
  • She successful business idea came at 63, so you are never too old to launch a business



Connect with Nina:


Aug 3, 2016

We are going to go on a wild ride with a badass professional writer broad. She is the founder of Finding Shrimp and the co-creator of The Copy Cure. According to her incredible bio, she has won some big fat awards for her work. Get ready to meet Laura Belgray!

Show Notes:

  • Where did the name Talking Shrimp come from?
  • How did she get her start?
  • What is a promo?
  • She taught who how to moonwalk?
  • What is her career highlight?
  • What mistakes has she made?
  • How does she help people?


Marie Forleo

The Copy Cure

Jul 27, 2016

Today’s guest started her career very much the same way that many of us did. Dying a slow death in a soul-sucking cubicle job, with no hope for the future. But all that changed through a series of unbelievable circumstances. Caitlin Pyle is today’s guest with this amazing story. She’s managed to build a million dollar business online in a very short amount of time. We’re lucky enough to have her share her secret to success with us today!



In this episode Caitlin also discusses:


  • Learn how Caitlin left her job and started her business
  • Why her mistakes actually helped her
  • How she went from no online marketing experience to earning more than she imagined online
  • How her husband got involved in the business
  • Why having a supportive spouse is golden
  • Did she or didn’t she? It’s about the business plan
  • How you can start earning money online too
  • Do you Scope? Listen to find out how you can
  • How Caitlyn can help you escape cubicle captivity




Connect with Caitlin:







Jul 20, 2016

Welcome Broads! Today’s broad is going to help you make sense out of SEO, RSS and every other acronym related to your online business! Donna Cravotta is the CEO of Social Sage PR and the creator of the Total Social Sage PR System™, the innovative one-of-a-kind program combining SEO, Social Media and PR strategies (aka Social PR). Her system was designed to help small businesses build big strategies into the foundation of their businesses.


Donna believes your social media is your brand and you should be able to do it yourself!


Listen as we also discuss:



  • Why you should hold on to the strategy for your social media
  • What part of your social media can be outsourced
  • How you need to use social media as a research tool
  • How large of a following you need to create a viable business
  • Are you listening on Twitter? You should be!
  • Why you should listen just as much as you talk on social media
  • How to make sure your following is organic and targeted




Donna hosts 2 workshops in August:


1. How to Build a Business Intelligence Dashboard - New York City - 8/3


2. How to Get Media Opportunities for Your Business without Breaking the Bank - New York City - 8/17


Find out more about these workshops at


You can connect with Donna at:


Jul 13, 2016

Today we are going to meet a serial entrepreneur who built not one but two consumer companies from the ground up! You may not know her name right away you certainly know her mark. Joan Barnes is the founder of Gymboree, an international franchise of play programs and company-owned retail stores. We will talk about the other company during our interview which you will certainly know!

Show Notes:

  • How old was Joan when she founded Gymboree?
  • When did Gymboree become Gymboree?
  • What changes did she see in herself in treatment?
  • Would there be anything she would change if she did it all over again?
  • How did she get involved with Yoga Works?
  • When did the book come into play?


“Begin from Within”

“Play it Forward: From Gymboree to the Yoga Mat and Beyond”

Jul 6, 2016

Hello broads! I’m so excited for you all to be here today because this is my one-year podcasting anniversary! Whether today is your first time tuning in or you have been with me all year long: Welcome! Thank you for listening! Today’s episode is a special one because I am going to share with you my top ten lessons that I have learned interviewing today’s top women entrepreneurs. 

Show Notes:

Tip #1 Never give up!

  • Kathleen King with Tate’s Bake Shop- Listen to the drama of deceit!
  • Sara Kaler – Her job was causing so much exhaustion and stress she started having seizures! 

Tip # 2 Be Scrappy!

  • Kimra Luna- Welfare to Millionaire in one year!

Tip #3 Don’t be afraid to disrupt an industry

  • Miki Agrawal- Serial Entrepreneur with tons of products and businesses (Thinx: the period panty)

Tip #4 Find a hole in the marketplace and fill it!

  • Basha Ruben the founder of Priori Legal
  • Bernadette Smith- the number one LGBT wedding planner!
  • Samantha Hess- A professional cuddler!
  • JoAnne Barken created The Batch – Sophisticated Bachelorette parties

Tip #5 You are never too old or too young

  • Susan O’Malley- In her 30’s decided to be a doctor!
  • Lyla Black created Lyla Tav Monsters- Not even a teenager yet and her stuffed animals are selling like crazy!

Tip #6 Have a word of the year

  • Rachel Haufsteder- Hustle! Hustle! Hustle!

Tip #7 Give back!

  • Angela Gia Kim- Give! Give! Get!
  • Rachel Goldstein- Talks about the importance of volunteering
  • Miki Agrawal- Thinx panties! The money goes to a third world country

Tip #8 Create something that you want to use

  • Jenny Powers- That’s me! With my program Running-with-Heels!
  • Jen Menchaca: member of Nation LTD- She created a comfy white shirt just like her dad’s
  • Jen Groover- Single mom who made the first compartmentalized handbag! (Butler Bag)
  • Heather Thompson- You can find her product Yummie everywhere!

Tip #9 Surround yourself with people who are positive and there to support you

  • Nikita Chopra- Her love entourage
  • Jen Scalia- Surround yourself with other badasses!

Tip #10 Take care of yourself!

  • Michelle Goldblum and Ali Leipzig- Soul Camp
  • Gala Darling- Peace through tapping
Jun 28, 2016

Today I am with a money broad and this broad’s name is Karen McCall! They always say don’t judge a book by its cover and one of the things Karen shares is that on the outside she looks every bit the part of successful career professional. But she has a dirty little secret and she is going to share it with us!

Show Notes:

  • What is her dirty little secret?
  • How did she deal with her money issues?
  • What was her business originally?
  • How did she expand?
  • Was there a business plan?
  • What is “moneyminder”?
  • What is a good tool to use to modify some behaviors?
  • What is the next big thing?


“Sacred Success” – Barbara Stanny

Jun 22, 2016

Welcome Broads! Today’s guest is the Chief Sexy Boss with an incredible sense of humor and a passion to help entrepreneurs. Heather Havenwood is an author, business coach, a podcaster, and I could go on and on. She’s so very down to earth and today we get the down low on how she started her business.


Listen to the episode as Heather shares:


  • How she knew she couldn’t work for anyone
  • When she decided to start her business
  • Did she or didn’t she? You know we gotta know about the business plan….or not
  • How she started in online business before business was really online
  • One of the traits about herself that her bosses found annoying, but has helped her get ahead in her own business
  • How she grew an online business into a 7 figure empire 
  • Ways she grew her business with no list and starting from scratch
  • How you can listen to Heather’s podcast and why you should


Connect with Heather:

Listen to her podcast:

Get the Sexy Boss book:

Jun 14, 2016

Today we’re here with Rachel Goldstein, the powerhouse broad behind Agent of Change. The five-year-old event marketing company with a social conscience. In just 5 short years Agent of Change has produced approximately 50 million dollars for various charities!

Show Notes:

  • What was the inspiration behind Agent of Change?
  • Was there a business plan?
  • Should you go with a business plan?
  • You should volunteer!
  • Stay positive
  • How does she balance being a mom and business life?
  • What is on her bucket list?

Resources: – app

Jun 8, 2016

Today we are here with a broad that has been called a spiritual revolutionary, a modern day guru and the oracle of all things mystically glam! She’s worn mouse ears in the blue lagoon, walked the runway at New York Fashion Week and once danced naked in front of strangers at a self-esteem workshop. She believes in the power of Kale and crystals, goal setting and gratitude, kaleidoscope color and kicking ass! Here is the darling of radical self-love: Gala Darling.

Show Notes:

  • Where did the name Gala Darling come from?
  • How she worked through her emotions/hormones when she was young
  • What is “tapping”?
  • The turning point getting to blogging
  • How to learn self-love to make new friends
  • How did her book “Radical Love” come about?
  • Back your own ideas!
  • What is a radical self-love bible?
  • In August look for her podcast!


Jun 1, 2016

JEN MENCHACA is the founder and creative director of Nation Ltd, a premier women's contemporary collection found in department stores and high-end boutiques. Jen founded the company in 2005 and her line has evolved from one simple V-necked T-shirt to a premiere apparel business found in boutiques around the world. Her apparel is distinguished by its ultra-soft fabric, vintage details, and elegant trendsetter style worn by chic women and celebrities. 


Listen Jen talk about: 


  • How she has never listened to a podcast before and this interview is her very first and she finds it a “very cool experience.”
  • She had first worked at the front desk of Extra TV. She answered phone calls from the entertainment industry.  Her contacts list grew because of her job there as a receptionist. 
  • As a child, her father who worked at NASA encouraged her to become an engineer and did his best to lure her into the same industry. During summers, she was offered a job as a cashier at the official NASA gift shop.
  • She refused to work at NASA primarily because she didn’t want to wear a space suit. 
  • She studied at the University of Texas and earned a B.S. in Advertising. 
  • She then moved to New York City where she ended up working as a professional cocktail waitress, eventually working her way up to a weekend bartender position. 
  • She moved to Hollywood after 5 years in NY and got a first job with David E. Kelly Productions on the hit TV series Ally McBeal.  
  • At the same time she had been eyeing her dad’s white V-necks. She created one perfect vintage white v-neck for women and they wore it. 
  • She held 2 jobs as long as she could (almost 9 years)  while setting up her Nation LTD firm.  
  • She also taught at South Central 
  • Eventually, Nation Ltd became so big that she had to leave the showbiz industry.
  • Her fabrics need enzyme washing.(Enzyme wash uses enzymes produced by living organisms. The enzymes are  engineered to perform in a particular way so it is ecologically friendly. The enzymes biodegrade rather than linger in the water supply.) 
  • Her mom died of ovarian cancer and left her a small inheritance money which she invested in her business.    
  • Her business has shifted so much in the last 2 years that boutique and department stores are regular consignment. She chases everything and goes here there and everywhere trying to please all clients. 
  • She has shifted back to basic and core designs. 
  • She doesn’t sketch or design. Someone does it for her. 
  • She hires people who are smarter than she is.  So is fully supported by people  who know how to help her. 
  • She values her support team so much. Everybody is important to her. It’s hard if anyone quits because she feels to dedicated to the people she spends most of her day with. 
  • She likes coloring fabric.
  • She didn’t learn her business  in a  business school. She doesn’t understand cash flow
  • A friend helped fund her company. She had 7 different rounds of funding. 
  • Her secret to having sources of funding is in connecting to people. She talks to everybody because “You never know who you gonna meet. I created different connections.”
  • She didn’t prepare any business plan. She simply made friends and connections.  She discovered that it’s really about needing people. Her investors didn’t put money into any business plan, they just invested on her. 
  • She made a lot of mistakes along the way and she even repeated her mistakes but she never gave up.
  • Technology has a lot of impact on her business. She is learning every single day. She makes changes to adapt to a very fluid business environment so she is always prepared to shift and adjust accordingly.
  • She was featured on HSN (Home Shopping Network)and sold out all her scarf. 
  • She sells her apparel on many different outlets and stores  such as Bloomingdales, Revolve, Madison, A Pea in the Pod, Black Label, and many others.  She also sells every single product on her website. With a Peruvian backer, she is planning to have a stronger online business selling basic designs. 
  • She is selling in Canada. To find a store in Canada that carries Nation LTD apparel, pls contact Dawn at Wilshire Fashions. 



For inquiries




May 25, 2016

Laura Roeder is the founder of Edgar, a social media automation tool designed to prevent social media content from going to waste by recycling  the content stored in its library according to some parameters that you set up.  Since 2009, Laura’s been teaching entrepreneurs how to harness the power of social media marketing and create their own fame.  She was named one of the top 100 entrepreneurs under 35 in 2011, 2013 and 2014 and spoke at numerous industry conferences  BlogWorld, The South by Southwest Interactive Conference, Real Estate Connect, The Social Communications Summit and Blogher. She has also spoken at the White House about the value of entrepreneurship.



  • She learned about aspects of business while working for an agency as a graphic designer. She learned about marketing, client relations, and branding.  
  • She quit that job and started working for herself at the age of 22.   
  • She founded Edgar in 2014 and it’s the only company that  she’s  actively running now.
  • She first started just doing websites and design work for local businesses. 
  • People kept telling her to teach about social media.  People paid for that. 

So she went into social media training as she realized training was way easier than making websites. 

  • She previously did productized consulting or information products.   
  • She realized that the best time to become an entrepreneur is while you’re young and you have no obligations because if you don’t succeed, you can just easily look for a job.
  • She realized that very few people see what you post so it’s sensible to re-use the same content. 
  • Before Edgar, they were manually preparing spreadsheets full of  content and were manually copy-pasting content. The manual system had a lot of limitations. 
  • Edgar was built to be software to do automatically what they used to do manually.
  • They chose the name Edgar because it was easy to pronounce and remember and it was a well-loved name of an elderly family member.  
  • Edgar just took off so quickly that it quickly surpassed their training business.  It was different than other tools where you have to keep refilling your queue. It’s a massive time saver. 
  • Laura’s company now employs 18 people from Canada and USA. 
  • By  working from home, they are not just limited to one geographic area when they hire people. 
  • MeetEdgar costs only $49 a month for 10 social media accounts.





May 18, 2016

Meet Mother and daughter Matchmaking duo: Janis and Carly Spindel who run a successful business called Janis Spindel Serious Matchmaking. Janis is just 4 couples shy of having 2000 couples she introduced get married! ! Carly is on number 85, almost 86, couples married! If you are looking for “the one” check out Janis Spindel Serious Matchmaking!

Janis and Carly share with us: 

  • Janis’s background was in fashion
  • Janis just needs 3 minutes to talk with someone!
  • Carly got into the business because she has been around it her whole life and had a knack for matchmaking
  • Men are clients and women are members
  • Lowest to highest prices range from $6000 to $1000000
  • More work is more expense
  • “The 4 B’s”
  • Carly’s biggest highlight is one of the couples she married had a child
  • Diamonds and proposal planning is secret passion of Carly’s
  • They do not take women as clients
  • They will start having their own lectures
  • Make sure when you are spending time together with your significant other, it's quality time

Contact the Spindels:

May 11, 2016

This show is for all the Broads with a Bump! Today’s Broad built a business called Bump Boxes that is quickly becoming a hit with new mothers everywhere! Christine Deehring created Bump Boxes  to take the guesswork out of choosing the best pregnancy products for you and your bump. Their team of experts has researched, vetted and approved every product included in these boxes. She’s conveniently bundled safe essentials to use throughout your pregnancy. Not only are they clean and safe products, they have been personally used, recommended and loved by real mothers.



Listen to the episode to hear Christine share:




  • What inspired Bump Boxes
  • How Christine made her idea a reality
  • How she launched a business while working a day job
  • Why she chose her husband as a Co-Founder
  • Why she used a business canvas rather than a business plan
  • How she had to pivot in her business and why she recommends “staying fluid”
  • Why she was the perfect avatar for her business
  • How she started her business in her dining room 
  • How she has grown her business and expanded the age range of her products
  • Why growth involving getting a warehouse is actually scary
  • What she knows now that would have caused her to do things differently
  • Why it’s important to get on your marketing game early
  • How non-stop “Power Poses” have become her mainstay
  • The role coaching and mentoring have played in her success



Links and Resources:


May 4, 2016

Want to work 20 to 25 hours a week and still make the big bucks? Today’s broad is Susie Romans who is an online business strategist who does just that! Of course, her hours were not always that good. You have to work hard to get to that point. Susie uses her skills in marketing and building businesses to help other women and small business get ahead and make that money so that they can work 20 to 25 hours a week!

Susie shares with us:

  • Always move forward
  • Her highlight moment in her career
  • Be open to the flow…
  • Write about something that attaches to an emotion
  • Pay attention to how you write and say things
  • Make sure you stay up to date
  • Invest in people who have different knowledge than yourself

Links mentioned: 


Apr 27, 2016

On today’s show we have Sarah Kaler who has her own coaching business: Soul Powered, to help women entrepreneurs with their businesses so that they don’t have to sacrifice their lives to just work. Sarah was working her way up in the corporate world when she had a massive seizure! Doctors say that the seizure was caused by exhaustion and stress. Sarah has such a “soul powered” story about how her life changed and how she started her amazing business. 

Sarahshares with us:

  • Owned her first business at 20
  • She used to work 100 hour weeks
  • You know it’s bad when your parents tell you they are moving in!
  • Word of mouth is powerful!
  • Use a 3-month period to fuel
  • Exercise short and long term goals
  • Is there a book coming soon??
  • 8-week group program

Links Mentioned:

Apr 20, 2016

Today’s broad is known for her “pitching”. Laura Allen closed a $5.5-million-dollar cold call because of her pitch! She is the founder of her business “The Pitch Girl” which teaches people how to pitch your yourself in 15 seconds or less. Laura has some fascinating stories and advice!

Laura shares with us:

  • What to include and what to leave out of a pitch
  • “A pitch for every nitch”
  • Business plan or no business plan?
  • Her biggest lesson in business
  • Pitching to Darth Vader…
  • What is coming soon?
  • “Impacting Millions”
  • Why 15 seconds?

Links Mentioned:

Apr 13, 2016

Want to learn how to be more profitable as an entrepreneur so you can spend more time with loved ones? You have got to check Fabienne Raphaël! She is an amazing online business coach and has a great podcast of her own. Fabienne was in the Olympics! This is a first on the show!  She shares with us some great advice and tips on how to crush your competitors and make life easier as an entrepreneur.

Fabienne shares with us:

  • What it was like to be an Olympic athlete
  • How did she get started?
  • Where should you start?
  • Planning when you start out? What’s that?
  • Delegate!
  • Business Formula = CBA’s
  • Her career highlight
  • Her next big thing…


Apr 6, 2016

Welcome Broads! Today’s guest is Nicole Lapin. She’s an amazing and energetic broad who has created the Rich Bitch brand! I’m so excited to talk to Nicole about her journey into finance and what we need to know to be financially successful.


Here’s Nicole’s impressive bio:


Nicole Lapin is the star of the CW’s new business competition reality show “Hatched.” She was the youngest anchor ever at CNN before holding the same title at CNBC anchoring “Worldwide Exchange,” the only global finance show on the network, while contributing financial reports to “Today” and MSNBC. Lapin has served as a business anchor and special correspondent for Bloomberg Television as well as the money-saving correspondent for “The Wendy Williams Show” and also reports on Hollywood business for “The Insider” on CBS. She is currently Redbook magazine’s first-ever money columnist. Lapin’s first book, Rich Bitch, a personal finance guide for women, became an instant New York Times bestseller and sold out on Amazon. Crown Business recently announced its publication of her second book, Boss Bitch, slated for release in 2017. Lapin is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary and graduated as valedictorian from Northwestern University.


What you’ll hear on the show:


  • How she got her start in finance
  • Why she wanted to be the easiest finance person to understand
  • Why “not speaking the language” freaked her out
  • How she got on the trading floor at 16!
  • What the word “bitch” means to her
  • What Rich Bitches need to know right now
  • Why you should have a “spending plan”, not a budget
  • Why you should have a latte!
  • Nicole’s definition of the LBD
  • How to stay on top of your credit rating and who to trust for your real report
  • What Nicole is going to stop/start/begin doing in her finances
  • Why she loves “sub-savings accounts”!
  • When you can expect to see “Boss Bitch” in bookstores


Connect with Nicole:

Mar 30, 2016

Emily Williams of I Heart My Life is today’s guest. She made a dramatic decision when she changed her mind about Grad school and entered a quarter life crisis. Instead of heading to Grad school, she packed her bags and headed to England, even then she didn’t have full clarity for the vision of her life.


Emily shares the following about her story:


  • Where she first lived in the UK
  • What it took for her to get clear about her path
  • How she started her business and why
  • Why Marie Forleo changed her life
  • How moving “across the pond” where she didn’t know anyone changed her course in life
  • What she learned from “B School”
  • How she created a 6 figure business in 6 months
  • Why she felt the need to be transparent about her finances
  • How she went from $30K in debt to having a life of freedom
  • What 54 “No’s” mean to her and how it played a role in her success
  • Her career highlight to date
  • Her greatest professional mistake
  • What she is doing to grow her business
  • What she is checking off her bucket list


Resources Mentioned: - starting May 2nd

Instagram and Facebook - iheartmylifenow

Mar 23, 2016

Jenn Scalia is a badass broad that went from rock bottom to million-dollar superstar. Jenn started the Million Dollar Mommy, is a go-to business mentor and visibility strategist who turns online business wallflowers into badass, brazen business babes who shine. She's a business mentor and visibility strategist who helps online businesses shine. Putting herself out there and being an introvert was not easy for her in the beginning. But she made the conscious decision to get over herself and do or die with her business. Once she got started there was no stopping her. 

Jenn shares with us today:

  • Surround yourself with other badasses
  • To plan or not to plan?
  • Figure out the why and the what
  • Mindset and how it can affect business
  • Take it easy - why it matters
  • The little black business book

Links Mentioned:

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