Jules Taggart and Krystina Feucht from KickStart Kitchen are my guest today and we’re discussing the power of launch and learn when it comes to a successful business. These ladies have started multiple business and networking communities for women and they say you’ll learn much from the process of launching and learning than you will from trying to be perfect. Perfect is overrated so “forget about it” — imagine me saying that with an Italian accent. Let’s jump right in to learn a little more about Jules and Krystina — including how listening to their clients is totally changing their…

Carrie Wilkerson went from over worked, over weight, depressed and in debt to one of the leading mentors and thought leaders in online marketing and women in business. She’s a Texas girl who’s down to earth, has a non-BS approach to business and she’s making a difference in the world.Don’t let your own fear stop you from achieving great things – Carrie was over weight, over worked, depressed and couldn’t even get an interview. One day she said “Enough is Enough” and she’s paved her own way ever since. If you want success – step out of the place you…

Ameena Falchetto – the master of brand visualization – is my guest today. She’s a serial entrepreneur with experience in both the online and offline world and she’s a self proclaimed advertising geek who enjoys a mailbox full of adverts.Discuss Ameena’s background and how she got to where she is today Discuss branding and visualization Talk about the importance of known what story your brand is telling Discuss why it’s important to know your who your ideal client is and to actually have a visualization of them Talk about her recent hiatus from social media and the impact it had…

Basma Hameed is a successful female entrepreneur, but she had to beat the odds to get there. When she was 2 years old, Basma suffered severe facial burns in a kitchen accident. She underwent hundred’s of surgeries, was bullied by other children and at times was afraid to come out of her room. When she was sixteen her physicians told her they could do no more for her scaring and she looked the best she ever would. Well…they underestimated Basma. After having an eyebrow tattoo procedure she had an aha! moment. Check out my interview with Basma to learn more…

Jessica Kim, founder of BabbaCo, started here first business out of her college dorm room, sold it to fund her MBA, started another business – BabbaCo – and despite the fact that it was successful – knew she needed to pivot. She was accepted to Excelerate Labs and it was there where she had her “aha” moment and pivoted to a monthly subscription based business – the BabbaBox – a monthly activity box for kids 3-6. Her story is inspirational and inspiring.Discuss how she originally came up with the idea for BabbaCo and her passion for community Discuss why she…

Suzanne Duret is today’s guest and she’s an entrepreneur with a wealth of knowledge and great attitude to boot. She’s founded seven companies, raised millions in funding, and has mastered the art of asking. She’s here to share her story of success including how she has made it a habit of entering fields she knows nothing about and crushing it. She even convinced Tony Robins to write the forward in her book before she knew him.Discuss how she handle being one of the only females in her industry Don’t be threatened by entering into an arena you’re not familiar with…

Farnoosh Brock is my guest today and we’re talking about overcoming fear, leaving a prestigious 6-figure job and choosing to live your dream. If you’re in a job you hate, life your not happy with or unsure how to live your dream…you’re going to love this interview with Farnoosh.TIP #1: Stop looking at your blog as a Hobby and start looking at it as a Business. TIP #2: Don’t be afraid to try new things – even if you don’t know what you’re doing. Farnoosh knew she wanted to do something, but didn’t know exactly what she wanted to do….

Katya Barry is an international business and expat coach for women – she’s also known as a Global Attitude Architect. She specializes in helping expat women across the world get plugged into their communities so they can thrive both personally and professional. Katya shares her story of having difficulty finding a job even though she was highly qualified and educated. She finally took matters into her own hands and has the freedom to work on her own termsTalk about the life of an expat – the fun, sexy and boring. iTunes Rate & Review for Successful Women Talk Discuss the…

Nathalie Lussier is my guest today and we’re discussing online marketing, how to master the technical side of the web and the power of investing in yourself.Here are some highlights from our Interview: Discuss how she turned down a job on Wall Street to take a risk and start her own business Discuss the one question Marie Forleo asked her which changed her business and help her reach 6 figures in the first year of launch Discuss how she launched her first business Raw Foods Witch and how she got traffic to the site Talk about why she suggests saving…

Jennifer Dutcher is the owner and designer of Rock-a-Thigh Baby, a busy mom of 4 and as far as I can tell…hasn’t resorted to pulling her hair out yet. She made the business of socks both functional and fun. She shares her story on how she found a gap in the market, designed and created a functional knee-high sock and has now taken her company global. She says it’s all because…She never left any stone unturned.Discuss how a cold evening walk lead to the creation of her product line – throw a curve ball to a smart mommy and she’ll…