Ready for Sustainable Success?
If you’ve been struggling to grow your business and actually have time for a life, you’re not alone. Most women entrepreneurs find themselves working way too hard because they are trying to do #ALLTHETHINGS to grow their business.
But the truth is – you don’t have to be everywhere or follow all the rules to be successful. You can create sustainable success on your terms. I’m here to show you how.
Latest Episodes of Promote Yourself to CEO
One of my favorite parts of hosting these retreats are the conversations that I have with these CEOs. Sometimes it’s at the retreat, and sometimes it’s at happy hour afterwards, but we are having higher level conversations about the good, the bad, and the ugly of being a woman entrepreneur. And let me tell you, the frustration is REAL.
This week, I share the biggest struggles that women CEOs are facing, how to move forward from them, and what I’m doing to create support systems for higher level dialogue and learning for female entrepreneurs.
Here’s what you’ll hear in this episode:
1:42 A review from listener Josh Crist. Want to leave your own thoughts and help get my show in front of more people? You can do so on the Apple Podcast app!
3:17 The conversations and inspiration behind my upcoming launch of the CEO Collective, and what I’ve learned from hosting 16 (wow!) CEO Retreats.
6:10 The frustrating online marketing/coaching vortex of high pressure sales tactics that are leaving women entrepreneurs disappointed when the tools don’t match the hype.
10:21 How you’re being tricked into thinking your problem is your mindset or motivation, when you’re really looking for higher level strategy.
Whether you love it, hate it, or shy away from it all together, when you’re the CEO, you need to know how to manage your money.
Scrolling through your Instagram feed, it might seem like every entrepreneur you know is making tons of it.
But how many people are talking about the real stress that comes from managing your money as an entrepreneur?
I’m excited to kick off a new series on Promote Yourself to CEO called CEO Confessions. This will be an interview series where we move past the entrepreneur highlight reel and dig into the highs and lows that come with growing your business.
For the first episode of the series, I sat down with CFO, CPA, financial coach, and all around wonder woman, Brittney Suttle. Brittney shares her journey from high school accounting class to running her own company, Britt & the Benjamins.
And she isn’t afraid to talk about how much she loves money.
But, as we enter a new year and a new decade, market shifts are impossible to avoid. And as CEOs, it is really crucial for us to recognize market trends and think strategically about how they are going to impact our business so we can avoid the mistakes that Blockbuster made.
Stay tuned to hear the opinions and insights of six amazing women entrepreneurs that share their predictions for the market shifts coming up in 2020 and how to adjust your business accordingly. They’ll cover everything from creating meaningful connections to building trust to building your mission and more!