I love stomach aches! Said no one ever! Miki Agrawal sure doesn’t. She was tired of stomach aches from eating processed foods and this is what brought to life her restaurant “Wild” that has gluten free and farm to table pizza. Studies show that 66 percent of people are obese or overweight and 1 in 3 children are overweight or obese! Since opening her restaurant Miki has written a book called “Do Cool Sh*t”, started a panty line for periods, started a panty line for bladder leaks and invented an attachment for your toilet to clean your bum better after use. Miki definitely gets sh*t done!
In this broadcast Miki Agrawal shares the following:
Welcome! Today’s featured broad is Leanne Ely, who has the answer to the age-old question, “What’s for dinner?” Leanne has made it her mission to save dinner for families! In 2001, she launched Menu Mailer, a menu-planning subscription service that offers recipes, shopping lists, and nutritional information. She has been called “The Mother of Menu Planning.” If your idea of planning dinner is deciding on takeout, then we have great news for you!
My conversation with Leanne covers the following:
Welcome! Today’s featured broad is an expert in modern-day etiquette. She is Myka Meier, the creator of Beaumont Etiquette. A recent study showed that success in the workplace is 85% based on social skills. How you greet and treat other people makes all the difference! Join in to hear more from Myka!
Myka shares the following about her journey:
Find Myka on Instagram and Twitter @mykameier!
Welcome! Today’s featured broad came into the entertainment industry as a backup singer, but was burned, and not credited or compensated for her work. Jo-Na’ Williams decided to start a business to ensure that this didn’t happen to others. She began the Artist Empowerment Firm. Listen in to Jo-Na’s story!
She covers the following aspects of her journey:
Find her on Twitter, Facebook and more @jwilliamsesq!
Welcome! Today’s broad is Rachel Hofstetter, who is a food editor at O magazine, a writer, and an entrepreneur. Her favorite part of being a food editor was talking to up-and-coming food entrepreneurs, which led her to write a bestselling book about the world of food startups. She co-founded Guesterly, which is a software platform that allows anyone to create a custom directory for events and groups. She also helped develop PR School. Her life revolves around food, events, and PR. Join us for more from this exciting broad!
Rachel shares the following about her journey:
Cooking Up A Business by Rachel Hofstetter
Welcome! Today I’m talking to a cuddly broad from Portland, Oregon, who is the owner of Cuddle Up To Me, a professional cuddling service. She is Samantha Hess and has become an expert on the subject of cuddling. In the past two years, Samantha has done over 300 interviews, written a book, opened a 3500 sq. ft. retail space, and hired her first three employees. She recently designed and ran the world’s first cuddling convention and directs the only hands-on certification program to standardize and legitimize the profession. Let’s cuddle up to Samantha and learn more about her interesting profession!
Here’s what Samantha has to say about her journey as a professional cuddler:
Welcome!Today’s featured broad is Shiva Kashalkar, who took the monthly subscription model (like Netflix) and launched a service that rents educational and safe children’s toys. She is the founder and CEO of Green Pinata Toy Share. Listen in for more of Shiva’s story!
Shiva shares the following about her journey:
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Find Green Pinata Toys on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, too!
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Welcome! Today’s broad is a serial entrepreneur whose success skyrocketed when she created The Butler Bag, the world’s first compartmentalized handbag. Jen Groover was just getting started and hasn’t stopped since. Success magazine called her “A One-Woman Brand.” Jen’s entrepreneurial journey began in the fitness industry when she taught step aerobics during college and experienced that euphoric feeling of “living in a place of purpose.” Join me for more inspiration from Jen!
Jen shares the following about her story and her success:
As you can see, Jen as many irons in the fire. You won’t fall short on inspiration by listening to Jen’s story. Join us!
Find her as JenGroover on social media.
www.avon.com for her bags
Welcome! Today’s Broad is Emma Johnson, who is a single mom who saw the need for herself and others for an inspirational and informational community of professional single moms. In 2012, she launched her blog and website, which is the only one devoted to professional single moms. Women flocked to her site, and she knew she had found a niche. Professional single moms don’t always feel like they fit in, so they can turn to what Emma has created to find support and community.
Emma shares the following about her journey:
Find Emma on Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook, too!
Welcome! Our featured broad for today’s show is Lynn Perkins, an internet startup veteran who is the CEO and co-founder of Urban Sitter. Urban Sitter is a mobile and online service that connects parents and babysitters. In this age of technology, Lynn’s business has met a need and found a niche—and it can be accessed directly from your phone! To date, the service employs 50,000 sitters in 60 cities across the US.
Lynn shares the following about her business journey:
Lynn talks about what lies ahead for Urban Sitter. She shares her personal goals and goals for the company. She also shares her career highlights, her sources of inspiration, and favorite tools and tips for staying organized. Join us to hear more from an amazing broad!
Links and Resources:
www.urbansitter.com (Lynn’s website)
Welcome! My guest today is Debra Cohen, who is president of Home Remedies of NY, Inc. and the Homeowner Referral Network. She prescreens home improvement contractors and has helped over 300 women launch successful homeowner referral networks of their own. She has been featured in several news and magazine publications. She is here to tell her story of how a squirrel led to a $4million business! Listen in for more!
Debra shares the following about her journey:
Links and Resources:
The Complete Guide to Owning and Operating a Successful Home Owner Referral Network-12th Edition, by Debra Cohen
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Welcome! Today I’m here with a Mother/daughter Broad Duo - Erin and Lyla of Lyla Tov Monsters. The company started when a 3 year old Lyla wanted to bring her drawing of a monster to life and give to her Father as a present. Years later, Lyla Tov Monsters help children sleep better at night, and the company just keeps growing.
Erin Black is an Emmy award winning costume designer, so she had the skills to make Lyla’s monster come to life. They never intended to start a toy company, but once they got addicted to bringing the monsters to life.
In this episodes you will learn:
Get in Touch with Lyla Tov:
Welcome! Today I’m talking to a “Super Broad” who is a business strategist, super-connector, and publicity coach. She is Selena Soo, and she helps her clients increase their visibility so they can reach the masses. Her consulting firm is S2Groupe. I first met Selena about two years ago after hearing her teach about “Being Your Brand” on the Elevate network. I contacted her, she immediately responded, and we connected. Her name comes up everywhere I go because of the connections she has established. Let’s talk to Selena!
Selena covers the following topics about her business:
Selena also discusses what she does when things get tough, how she handles stress, and what she hopes to accomplish by the end of the year. She also gives information on Influence, her online course on networking. Join us for this exciting information and more! Don't miss it!
Links and Resources:
www.s2-groupe.com (Selena’s website)
Hello Broads! I’m excited to introduce Kate Northrup to today’s show. Kate’s philosophy is that if you can create financial freedom for yourself, then you can be free to be present for your purpose on the planet. She freely admits to working from home in her jammies most days!
Kate is the author of the book, “Money, a Love Story”, where she shows you how to stop letting money be a source of pain in your life.
In this episode, you will learn:
You can also hear about the Life Hacks that Katie has acquired over the years! Don’t miss the full episode!
You can find Kate online in the following places:
Welcome! Today’s featured broad is Heather Thomson, the founder of Yummie by Heather Thomson, a popular lifestyle brand of women’s wardrobe essentials. She's also one of the stars of the Bravo show The Real Housewives of NY and has been for the past three seasons. Don't miss our exclusive talk with Heather where she dishes biz tips and addresses talk of her future role on the show.
Heather says the following about her entrepreneurial journey:
Heather shares her favorite time-saving resources, which are apps called Trip It and Fave It. She shares what motivated her to join the Real Housewives show, along with her favorite part and least favorite part of being part of the show. Her NEXT BIG THING is Yummie’s loungewear line, launching later this month. Join us for inspiration from Heather!
Links and Resources:
www.yummielife.com (website: Enter the code “tryyummie15” at checkout for 15% off your purchase!)
Find Yummie on Twitter and Instagram: @yummiebyht
Find Heather on Twitter and Instagram: @iamheathert
Welcome! Today’s featured broad is Maria Seidman, Entrepreneur magazine’s emerging entrepreneur of the year. She is the CEO and Co-fFunder of Yapp, the app that creates mobile apps!
Maria’s idea for Yapp grew out of a need to create an app for a women’s group she was a member of. She shares the following about her journey:
Welcome! Our featured broad today is focused on safety. She is Violet Alexandre from Fabriq. She’s here to share the story of her app, RunSafe. Join us!
Violet’s entrepreneurial story began by accident in the winter of 2014, in Boulder, CO. She recounts how a slip on black ice and averted disaster for her young son in a jogging stroller prompted her and her husband to develop the RunSafe app. Violet shares the following:
Violet shares her tips for using time wisely and staying focused on goals and vision. She also shares her favorite podcast and favorite book! Don’t miss what this broad has to say!
Welcome! Today’s broad is Rha Goddess, who is an entrepreneurial coach, founder, and CEO of Move the Crowd. Her mission is to revolutionize how we work, play, live, and handle our business. She is intent on empowering a generation!
Rha Goddess shares the following about her journey and life’s work:
Rha Goddess shares how her income tripled in eight months, and the importance of self-care. She shares her philosophy of a business plan and what keeps her going when the going gets tough.
“I measure my accomplishments in souls, in lives transformed, in visions launched, in people served and touched.”
The E-Myth by Michael Gerber
The Experience Economy by Joseph Pine and James Gilmore
The Cultural Creatives by Paul Ray
Ask and It Is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks
Find Rha Goddess on Facebook and Twitter, too!
Welcome! Today’s broad is Bernadette Smith, a pioneer in the LGBT community. She found a niche in the marketplace and created a business that has become the country’s first boutique event firm specializing in legal LGBT weddings. Her company, 14 Stories, launched in 2004 as same-sex marriage first became legal in MA. Her Gay Wedding Institute trains other wedding professionals from all over the world. From her position as America’s #1 Gay Wedding Planner, Bernadette focuses on the advocacy element of her company, providing a great, supportive experience for couples.
Bernadette shares the following about her company, currently based in Chicago:
Bernadette also discusses her motivation and inspiration, the greatest being her 4-1/2-year-old son, Patrick. She also uses a vision board, affirmations, books, and apps to keep her focused and organized for balance in her life. Listen in as she discusses her vision for the future of 14 Stories!
Links and Resources:
Welcome! Today’s featured broad is Elisabeth Cardiello is a lifelong New Yorker, the child of Italian immigrants, and likely one of the few people to have had a business card since the age of six-years-old! She has a passion for social innovation and inspiring women, and she puts this passion into practice every day. Elisabeth is the founder and CEO of Caffe Unimatic, a vintage coffee venture with half-century-old roots in both Brooklyn and Italy. She is a featured speaker on TEDxFultonStreet, AMEX OPEN Forum, NBC NY Live, The Soho Collective, and Coffee Crazy: The Book tour. Elisabeth’s story is one of resilience, inspiration, innovation, and pure entrepreneurship. Besides coffee, she loves outdoor activities, CrossFit, soccer, and all things Italian.
Elisabeth shares the following about her life:
Elisabeth shares what keeps her going through difficult times, what she plans to stop doing, start doing and continue doing in business this year. You might be surprised to hear her nightly habit that helps keep her grounded in a busy life. Listen to hear what she has planned before the end of 2015!
Welcome! My guests today are two broads who have developed a unique and intriguing idea. They are Michelle Goldblum and Ali Leipzig, the founders and creators of Soul Camp, which is a multi-day, multi-night, all-inclusive, wellness sleep away camp for adults! Most of us probably have memories of camp as we grew up; some of those memories are great, and (let’s face it) some are not so great. Michelle and Ali have created the perfect “camp of your dreams.”
Last year was the first year for Soul Camp, and they have expanded to both the east and west coast for 2015. This year’s camps are at Camp Towanda in the Poconos, and Wonder Valley, CA. Visit their website www.Soul.camp for more information.
Do you want to know more about this innovative idea? Here is what the broads share with us about Soul Camp:
The ladies wrap up by sharing their favorite parts of Soul Camp AND the camp cheer! Don’t miss my exciting conversation with Michelle and Ali! Their enthusiasm for Soul Camp is contagious! Let’s pack our bags and head to camp! As a special bonus exclusively for our listeners enter "BROADSOUL" when registering for camp for 20% off your experience.
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