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The Real Female Entrepreneur podcast is a 3x weekly dose of truth and inspiration for female entrepreneurs and women chasing their creative dreams. Lauren sits down with kickass women every week for real, raw, soulful conversations about the hard parts of both business and life. If you're looking for soulful conversations to inspire you throughout your week, you're in the right place. Get cozy. Grab your headphones. And stay awhile. New episodes every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday!
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Jan 31, 2018

”What you do in one area of your life, you’re doing in every single one.”

 

I'm working with Launch Your Daydream to bring you this episode! Launch Your Daydream provides wedding professionals and creative business owners with the resources they need to take their branding and website design to the next level. Get to know Britt + Kelsey and mention TRFE to save $100: http://bit.ly/trfedaydream

 

WHAT'S IN THIS EPISODE?

What happens in one area of our life affects all areas of our lives. For a lot of you, an unhealthy relationship with food and/or your body has played at least a small role in your life. You’ve also been shown a side of business and success that looks like putting yourself and your health last in order to chase your dreams or find success.

In this conversation with Lupe Colangelo, a Certified Holistic Health and Lifestyle Coach who helps female entrepreneurs get ahead using their healthy habits, you’re going to hear why putting yourself and your health first is one of the best things you can do for your business.

You’ll hear about…

  • How a negative relationship with food and your body affects your business
  • Stress eating: why we do it
  • How Lupe redefined her entire relationship with food
  • How your mental patterns with food and your body mirrors your mental patterns in every other area of your life (work, relationships, money)
  • Why it’s so important to protect and take care of yourself

 

WHO IS LUPE COLANGELO?

Lupe Colangelo is a Certified Holistic Health and Lifestyle Coach helping female entrepreneurs get ahead using their healthy habits. After coaching hundreds of people for a health technology company and losing 17 lbs during the busiest time in her life, she is now dedicated to helping other female entrepreneurs create the bodies and habits they love in a way that propels their careers. She builds confidence, self-love, easy weight loss skills, and healthy habits that work WITH a busy schedule and last for life.

 

LINKS FROM THIS EPISODE:

www.ignitedcoaching.org

Lupe on Instagram

Jan 30, 2018

”It can either be hard. Or it can be easy. And we get that choice.”

 

I'm working with Launch Your Daydream to bring you this episode! Launch Your Daydream provides wedding professionals and creative business owners with the resources they need to take their branding and website design to the next level. Get to know Britt + Kelsey and mention TRFE to save $100: http://bit.ly/trfedaydream

 

WHAT'S IN THIS EPISODE?

“This doesn’t have to be so hard.” Those are the words that made what was one of the most overwhelming weeks I’ve had in a long time one of the most ease and flow-filled ones. We live in a society where emotions like fear, frustration, anger, and sadness are automatically associated with “hard” experiences. We’re so customized to expecting change to feel difficult that we don’t even allow the space for it to happen easily. What if building a business was easier? What if experiencing the doubts and the fears didn’t have to make the experience more difficult? If this episode resonates with you, I hope it leaves your heart feeling like mine does … a hell of a lot lighter.

Jan 25, 2018

 

”I was burned out. And no one told me that burnout can happen when you’re doing things that you enjoy.”

 

I'm working with Ellevest to bring you this episode. Get your free financial plan today: http://bit.ly/trfeellevest

After years of working on Wall Street, Sallie Krawcheck, co-founder and CEO of Ellevest, realized that the investing industry was created "by men, for men" and has historically kept women from achieving their financial goals.

So, she made it her life's mission to close the gender money gaps for women.

Ellevest is redefining financial planning, investing, and saving for women. They have created a unique platform that provides a customized financial plan that helps you invest in specific, real life goals like buying a home, starting a business, treating yourself to a big splurge, or retiring comfortably. Get started with your free financial today.

*Disclosure: If you create a free financial plan with Ellevest after learning about it on the podcast, I will be paid a fee by Ellevest.

 

WHAT'S IN THIS EPISODE?

Entrepreneurship is a freaking roller-coaster and in this episode, you’re getting a fly-on-the-wall view into one female entrepreneur’s, Jordan Gill, rollercoaster journey over the past year and a half. From the high highs of tripling her monthly income during her first month to low lows like going an entire month with no clients and launch flops, Jordan is sharing it all.

We talk about…

  • The gut feeling that led Jordan to starting her own business
  • Tripling her monthly income during her first month
  • How she stayed focused when she experienced an entire month with no new clients
  • Why burn out led her to taking a success sabbatical (and what a success sabbatical is)
  • Handling unexpected glitches during an online summit she was leading
  • What she learned when her membership launch flopped

 

 

WHO'S JORDAN GILL?

With millions of dollars made and thousands of hours saved, Jordan Gill, founder of The Kolada Group and Host of the Systems Saved Me Podcast, knows that if you want to make incredible impact in your business, you must have massive support. Her mission is to partner with business owners like YOU in making your company indestructible to losing team members and money-sucking software decisions.

http://thekoladagroup.com/

https://www.systemssavedme.com/

 

Jan 24, 2018

”I didn’t realize what 60,000 words really meant.”

I'm working with Ellevest to bring you this episode. Get your free financial plan today: http://bit.ly/trfeellevest

After years of working on Wall Street, Sallie Krawcheck, co-founder and CEO of Ellevest, realized that the investing industry was created "by men, for men" and has historically kept women from achieving their financial goals. So, she made it her life's mission to close the gender money gaps for women. Ellevest is redefining financial planning, investing, and saving for women. They have created a unique platform that provides a customized financial plan that helps you invest in specific, real life goals like buying a home, starting a business, treating yourself to a big splurge, or retiring comfortably.

*Disclosure: If you create a free financial plan with Ellevest after learning about it on the podcast, I will be paid a fee by Ellevest.

 

WHAT'S IN THIS EPISODE?

Ever wondered what it’s really like to publish a book? Newly published author and designer behind the jewelry brand Lucid New York, Anna Sabino, is here to spill all!! Anna went the traditional publishing route to create her book, Your Creative Career: Turn Your Passion Into a Fulfilling and Financially Rewarding Lifestyle.

In our conversation, she shares about…

  • what she thought writing a book would be like versus what it was actually like
  • how she stayed motivated and on track with deadlines even when she wasn’t feeling inspired
  • what’s required to publish a book
  • the challenges of the traditional book-publishing route
  • writing a book proposal
  • dealing with rejection
  • how writing a book is similar to starting a business

Enter here to win a copy of Anna's book: http://bit.ly/trfeannasabino

Jan 23, 2018

”I am terrified to get up in front of a room full of people and put out something that I am creating with my whole heart … and give them full responsibility for the reaction to it. It’s terrifying.”

I'm working with Ellevest to bring you this episode. Get your free financial plan today: http://bit.ly/trfeellevest

After years of working on Wall Street, Sallie Krawcheck, co-founder and CEO of Ellevest, realized that the investing industry was created "by men, for men" and has historically kept women from achieving their financial goals. So, she made it her life's mission to close the gender money gaps for women. Ellevest is redefining financial planning, investing, and saving for women. They have created a unique platform that provides a customized financial plan that helps you invest in specific, real life goals like buying a home, starting a business, treating yourself to a big splurge, or retiring comfortably. 

*Disclosure: If you create a free financial plan with Ellevest after learning about it on the podcast, I will be paid a fee by Ellevest.

 

WHAT'S IN THIS EPISODE?

Ever freaked the f*ck out and let fear get the best of you? Yep. Me too. It happened four days ago while I was preparing for my first speaking gig, and I’ll be honest … it wasn’t pretty. So, hit play and come listen to me share about what happened and how my fears got the best of me.

I’m also sharing about…

  • Using anger as a mask for insecurity
  • Experiencing imposter syndrome when you’re asked to give your first speech
  • The stress of having to decide on a speech topic
  • Why growth is so uncomfortable
Jan 18, 2018

”You can’t be brave unless there’s something at risk. You can’t be vulnerable unless you have once had boundaries and now are removing them.”

Sponsored by Ellevest. Get your free financial plan today: http://bit.ly/trfeellevest

After years of working on Wall Street, Sallie Krawcheck, co-founder and CEO of Ellevest, realized that the investing industry was created "by men, for men" and has historically kept women from achieving their financial goals. So, she made it her life's mission to close the gender money gaps for women. Ellevest is redefining financial planning, investing, and saving for women. They have created a unique platform that provides a customized financial plan that helps you invest in specific, real life goals like buying a home, starting a business, treating yourself to a big splurge, or retiring comfortably. Get started with your free financial plan today.

 

WHAT'S IN THIS EPISODE?

This conversation changed my entire outlook on bravery. Emily Ann Peterson wrote the book “Bare Naked Bravery: How to Be Creatively Courageous” after she was diagnosed with a degenerative neurological hand tremor, which changed her career as a cellist/cello teacher forever. And in our conversation today, we dive into all of it. Her journey, the hard parts, and what bravery REALLY is.

We talk about…

  • what her journey to figuring out what bravery really is looked like

  • living with uncertainty in your life regarding your physical abilities

  • the feeling when you know your life is forever changed

  • what bravery really feels like (and it’s not brave)

  • what fear + vulnerability have to do with bravery

 

WHO IS EMILY ANN PETERSON?

In 2013, Emily Ann Peterson was diagnosed with a degenerative neurological hand tremor, which forever altered her two-decade livelihood as a cellist/cello teacher. Refusing to lose her life's love of expression, she knew she’d have to be brave. In an act of neurological defiance, she expanded into wider mediums and broke through her creative glass ceiling, opening the door to limitless possibilities through songwriting. 

Her book Bare Naked Bravery: How to Be Creatively Courageous helps people from all walks of life understand what bravery really is - allowing them to step into it by creatively using vulnerability, imagination and improvisation. Her podcast, Bare Naked Bravery, features conversations with everyday heroes and creative entrepreneurs about the quiet successes and loud failures required to do the brave things for which we know and love them. Alongside the podcast, Emily also facilitates a Facebook group that offers a welcoming, safe community for creative misfits to finally find belonging and acceptance.

Emily writes for people who struggle to remember what hope feels like and sings to those who yearn for something secret. She speaks to those who are done being bored and crave all things beautiful, strong, sacred, and sensual. Her goal is to inspire a global resonance and magnanimous community through the marriage of art and whole-person development.

Jan 17, 2018

You know I’m all about the woo-woo. So, when Sara Dann mentioned us talking about what it looks like to combine the woo-woo with practical action in business I was SO DOWN! Now all of you woo-woo haters, hear me out: you need to listen to this conversation. And for all of you woo-woo lovahs like me, you’re going to love it.

We talk about…

  • What’s the difference between woo-woo and practical action?

  • How Sara has seen incredible results with her business by combining the woo-woo with practical action

  • Sara’s go-to things to do to get in that high vibe place where she manifests and achieves her desires/goals

  • The mindset shift from launching courses at $500 to programs with price points starting at $7k

  • How difficult this mindset work can really be!

 

Sponsored by Ellevest.

After years of working on Wall Street, Sallie Krawcheck, co-founder and CEO of Ellevest, realized that the investing industry was created "by men, for men" and has historically kept women from achieving their financial goals.

So, she made it her life's mission to close the gender money gaps for women.

Ellevest is redefining financial planning, investing, and saving for women. They have created a unique platform that provides a customized financial plan that helps you invest in specific, real life goals like buying a home, starting a business, treating yourself to a big splurge, or retiring comfortably. Get started with your free financial today: http://bit.ly/trfeellevest

Jan 16, 2018

Happy 2018, my loves! Inspired by Caroline Zook, I’m kicking off the first episode of the New Year by sharing with you a recap of my 2017 - what went well, what didn’t, what I’m hoping to change this year, and what you can expect from TRFE in 2018. This big picture look at the last twelve months was really eye-opening for me. If this resonates with you, I hope you’ll take this exercise and do something similar for yourself. And to Caroline, thank you for always being a constant source of self-reflective inspiration.

 

Sponsored by Ellevest. Get your free financial plan here: http://bit.ly/trfeellevest

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