PODCAST

Lead with Love: Creativity, Business & Life with Jadah Sellner

Jadah Sellner

The future of work is here. And it starts with L.O.V.E. If you have a desire to use your gifts, do meaningful work, and help people while making a difference in the world, you’re in the right place. In this podcast we’ll explore what it means to make decisions from your heart, so you can amplify your vision, build an engaged community, and grow your business. Join founder, bestselling author, community growth expert, and TEDx speaker, Jadah Sellner (that’s me!), who teaches a sustainable leadership model, so you can lead with love in business and life. Listen to inspiring conversations with best selling authors, business leaders, and founders –– including Oprah's all time favorite guest, Dr. Tererai Trent, Jonathan Fields, and Tara Mohr. In this show, we’ll cover: creativity, entrepreneurship, leadership, mindset, personal growth and habits. Keep the conversation going at www.jadahsellner.com + @jadahsellner
“How Faith Brings the Results You Desire” - 189
In this episode of the Lead with Love podcast, I get cozy with my friend Rachel Luna.  In this conversation, we talk about our books, taking confident action, and giving ourselves the permission to offend in pursuit of our truth, freedom, and going after our dreams.  We also cover what it means to care for our bodies, move through grief, and how to balance healing, motherhood and business.  Rachel is an international speaker, Certified Master Neuroscience & Life Coach to 7 + 8-figure earning entrepreneurs and host of the popular podcast, Permission to Offend which has listeners in over 90 countries around the world.  Rachel is a former U.S. Marine, so she’s fierce and compassionate and will call you out and in to make true transformation in your life. And she was named by Forbes as one of “The 11 Most Inspiring Female Entrepreneurs To Follow On Instagram.” Rachel guides people on how to manifest their desires in just 5 minutes a day through her Faith Activated Journaling Experience and hosts a live event called Confidence Activated.  What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: How to empower your team as an act of “love” and why micromanaging hinders motivated teams :: A look at Rachel’s journaling practice to cultivate a relationship with herself, and her perspective on self-love:: How to start  journaling as a powerful tool to clarify what you really want in life and business :: How Rachel  ran her business as a mother, all while healing as a cancer survivor ::  The reasons that you must be willing to offend if you too are in pursuit of your own truth and freedom You can find the full show notes from this episode over at https://jadahsellner.com/189
Dec 15 2021
54 mins
“Living Life and Doing Business on HER Terms with Nikki Elledge Brown” - 188
Are you someone who thinks out loud and needs someone to bounce ideas with? If you want a behind the scenes peek on how I do that with my own business BFF, where we cover book writing, mindset, fear, and friendship, then this episode is for you. You’ll also learn what it means to live life and do business on your terms. In this episode of the Lead with Love podcast, you’ll get to hear a fun conversation with one of my closest friends Nikki Elledge Brown.  Nikki is a mom of three known online for her practical teaching style and refreshingly honest reflections on the realities of parenthood and entrepreneurship. She's a speaker, teacher, author, and mentor who quickly built a name (+ highly profitable business) for herself by helping service-based business owners communicate with clarity and confidence through her first online program, A Course About Copy®. Nikki's been featured on NBC News, military.com, and a reality TV episode on Discovery Channel that led to a surprise cameo on Orange is the New Black. She's also known as the online park ranger at Pearl Harbor, welcoming millions of visitors to the USS Arizona Memorial since 2010. Nikki launched the Naptime Empires® podcast (soon to be book!) to help family-focused entrepreneurs feel less alone in the journey. Her mission is to help high-achieving women avoid burnout so they can lead for the long haul and ENJOY the success. For more tips and inspiration follow Nikki on Instagram @nikkielledgebrown, nikkielledgebrown.com and via her podcast at naptimeempires.com.  What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: How Nikki defines “verbal processing” and why it’s so important to have someone that you can do this with  :: How Nikki is now balancing writing a book along with life and being the mother of three (including a toddler at home)  :: Communicating expectations with family and how to maintain stamina when writing a book ::  Reflections of our “sQuad trips”and what we’ve been able to build together over the years of friendship :: Our relationships with the Internet and social media (including Elizabeth Gilbert’s perspective), and how we both view re-emergence and visibility as we head into a new year You can find the full show notes from this episode over at jadahsellner.com/188
Dec 8 2021
56 mins
“Balancing Your Big Energy into Focused Action” - 187
Do you have that rock solid someone who supports you through hard emotional decisions or when you’re putting big meaningful work out into the world? In this episode of the Lead with Love podcast, you’ll learn one of my secret weapons for birthing big ideas without exhaustion, overwhelm or burnout. In this conversation, I get cozy with my dear friend and personal life coach of over 5 years Rebecca McLoughlin.  Rebecca helps ambitious women hone and balance their “big energy” into focused action and feminine flow. As a Certified Life Coach with a Master’s in Counseling Psychology, Rebecca is able to support clients in doing the deep inner work needed to gain insight and free themselves from patterns of procrastination, self sabotage and burn out.  Rebecca’s been in my corner both personally and professionally for over 5 years. She was a big catalyst of support in 2016 when I was exiting my company Simple Green Smoothies. She’s helped me move forward with numerous big ideas, including my published book coming out in 2022.  In this episode, we talk about the behind the scenes process of how Rebecca has supported me in bringing my book forward as I bring it to the finish line.  What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): ::  What “big energy” means to Rebecca and how that translates into business practices  :: The ways that she was able to help me change directions when it came to the workflow for writing my latest book :: Tips for fighting resistance you may be facing on your project, and how to break the cycle of guilt ::  The power of retreat and the necessary time with yourself to combat overwhelm :: When to show up for your deadline, and when it’s ok to allow it to expand You can find the full show notes from this episode over at jadahsellner.com/187
Dec 1 2021
52 mins
“A New Way of Approaching Anxiety” - 186
Have you noticed anxious feelings and thoughts creeping in more and more into your life? If you could use some real talk about handling stress in your family, this episode of the Lead with Love podcast is for you. In this episode, I get cozy with my right hand of over 5 years, Michele. Before jumping into business and strategy on our team meeting calls, Michele and I take about 15 minutes to connect and share what’s going on in our lives on a personal level. I believe business is personal and when we bring our whole selves to work, we’re that much more productive when we’re able to connect on a human level.  Over the years, we’ve talked about our daughters and the challenges and joys in raising them. So in this episode, we’re letting you in on one of our conversations. We talk about anxious feelings that we’ve experienced in raising our daughters and various ways and tools that we find useful in helping them navigate the uncertainty of being a teen in our current world. Also, how we can use these same tools in our own lives and businesses to turn down the volume on stress. What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: What anxiety is and how it impacts our kids, specifically around their schooling :: How we can begin to minimize anxious thoughts and worry :: Questions to ask yourself or your team, and ways to begin building a “play menu” :: Tools and tips to help cope with anxiety, stress and overwhelm   :: Some of the best strategies for dealing with fear and uncertainty that I’ve used with my child and also my clients  You can find the full show notes from this episode over at https://jadahsellner.com/186
Nov 24 2021
32 mins
“#BTS: Behind the scenes of my next book part 3” - 185
Are you curious about all the things that go into writing a book and pouring your heart onto the page?  In this episode, I get cozy with my friend and personal book coach, Azul Terronez, host of the top writing podcast Authors Who Lead™. We’re having another behind-the-scenes conversation about my book writing process (and Azuls’ process too). You can listen to part one of our conversation here at jadahsellner.com/156 and part two at jadahsellner.com/179 to get caught up. Azul helps authors, entrepreneurs and leaders write and publish books that people love, so they can reach more people, grow their brand, and share their message in an authentic way. He’s been called a book whisperer.  Azul walks his talk because his TEDx talk “What Makes a Good Teacher Great” has been viewed over 2.7 million times. Azul’s clients have included Wall Street Bestseller, Pat Flynn from the Smart Passive Income Podcast, Jadah Sellner co-founder Simple Green Smoothies (that’s me!) and Dana Malstaff the founder of Boss-mom.  What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: Azul’s journey of writing a book and coming up with the BE W.I.L.D. framework :: Why it’s key to give yourself the time and space to allow the pages of your writing to rest and breathe  :: Azul’s tips for finding the right core message to teach the reader of your book  :: Why we write as if we’re proving something to someone and learning a different way to approach writing a book  :: What is really holding authors and would be authors back from writing a great book that impacts others :: The single biggest mistake the Azul sees authors making today You can find the full show notes from this episode over at jadahsellner.com/185
Nov 17 2021
56 mins
“A Conversation on Heart Projects, Rest, and Play” - 184“Balance Your Ambition with Deep Rest, Play & Stillness” -183“Follow Your Bliss” with George Brian Sellner - 182
Do you ever want a sneak peek behind how couples navigate entrepreneurship, long-term partnership, and making big life decisions? If you want to find the inspiration to follow your bliss without destroying your most important relationships in the process, this episode is for you.  In today’s conversation, I get cozy with my husband, George Brian Sellner. We've been married for 15 years and explore a wide range of topics. From the highs and lows of starting and closing businesses, how we made it through hard times, and some simple practices we do to stay connected to each other and our personal dreams.  George is a husband, father, teaching artist and entrepreneur. He has spent a majority of his life in the performing arts as a touring actor, musician, performer and educator. He founded One Heart Music, a rock and roll family music class, and for the past 7 years has helped over 1,000 families fall in love with the magic of making music together in a community. He’s recorded three children’s music albums which you can find on Spotify or at oneheartmusic.org. George is a certified coach under Brian Johnson's Optimize program, and he’s committed to optimal living and helping others create a flourishing life.  What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: The story of how we met, and how he says it was “love at first sight” :: The ways that George leads with love by following his inner voice  :: What living in Hawaii and starting our first business together looked like, plus the key lessons this experience taught us  :: How One Heart Music was born, why we made the decision to close down our learning center and the impact this had on our marriage at that time  :: George’s relationship with social media, and a big realization he made about his time management  :: What George’s “habit stacking” looks like, and something we have done together for 269 days in a row (and counting) that has brought us closer You can find the full show notes from this episode over at http://jadahsellner.com/follow-your-bliss-georgesellner-182
Dec 16 2020
56 mins
“Refining Your EFF Management System” with Nikki Elledge Brown - 181
Do you ever get to a place where things start to feel stressful and not enjoyable anymore? If you want to create a simple and inspired life on your terms without the guilt, this episode is for you. You’ll learn how to manage your expectations, identify your priorities, nurture relationships, and stay focused on what matters to you. In this episode, I get cozy with one of my closest friends, Nikki Elledge Brown. Nikki is a mom of three known online for her practical teaching style and refreshingly honest reflections on the realities of parenthood and entrepreneurship. She's a speaker, teacher, author, and mentor who quickly built a name (+ highly profitable business) for herself by helping service-based business owners communicate with clarity and confidence through her first online program, A Course About Copy®. Nikki's been featured on NBC News, military.com, and a reality TV episode on Discovery Channel that led to a surprise cameo on Orange is the New Black. She's also known as the online park ranger at Pearl Harbor, welcoming millions of visitors to the USS Arizona Memorial since 2010. Nikki launched the Naptime Empires® podcast (soon to be book!) to help family-focused entrepreneurs feel less alone in the journey. Her mission is to help high-achieving women avoid burnout so they can lead for the long haul and ENJOY the success. For more tips and inspiration follow Nikki on Instagram @nikkielledgebrown, nikkielledgebrown.com and via her podcast at naptimeempires.com.  What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: The story of how Nikki got her business off the ground in 2013, and some of the lessons she learned in doing so  :: What “profitable priorities” are to Nikki, and why this concept is so critical to understand for entrepreneurs  :: What your audience really wants from you that will set you apart from others :: What Nikki’s family situation looks like right now, and an exciting update about her upcoming book :: Two things that would mean much more to her than any financial goal for next year :: How to start refining your “eff management system” and what Nikki thinks about timelines You can find the full show notes from this episode over at http://jadahsellner.com/refining-your-eff-management-sytem-nikkielledgebrown-181
Dec 9 2020
59 mins
“A Call To Trust Your Body’s Wisdom” with Elizabeth DiAlto - 180
If you feel a call to trust your body’s wisdom in a deeper way, without allowing your mind to override your intuition, then this episode is for you. We cover a wide range of being wild and whole humans, how to have courageous conversations, navigating friendships while we untame ourselves.   In this episode, I get cozy with my friend Elizabeth DiAlto. Known for her raw, honest, and grounded approach to self-help and spirituality, Elizabeth DiAlto specializes in helping women embody self love, healing, wholeness, and liberation. Her body of work has evolved out of 12+ years of experience across several fields including: Fitness, Self-Help, Wellness, Spirituality, Coaching, Personal Development, and Healing. Elizabeth is the creator of Wild Soul Movement and the Wild Soul Archetypes Quiz (at www.untameyourself/quiz), founder of The Institute for EMBODIED Living, and host of the EMBODIED podcast, which has been downloaded over 3 million times.  What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: A breakdown of Elizabeth’s Courageous Conversation Framework  :: Her advice for effective communication and the impact it has with others :: The meaning of “embodied living” and how to express it  :: Examples of times when Elizabeth experienced direct knowing and listened to her body’s wisdom, and the ways that you can start to pay attention to your own signals :: The difference between womanhood and femininity :: What the 6 archetypes of Elizabeth’s quiz are, and a big realization I had after getting my results You can find the full show notes from this episode over at http://jadahsellner.com/trust-your-bodys-wisdom-elizabethdialto-180
Dec 2 2020
1 hr 2 mins
#BTS: Behind the Scenes of My Next Book Part 2” with Azul Terronez - 179
If you’ve wanted to take a peek behind the curtain of writing and publishing a book, then this episode is for you.  In this episode, I get cozy with my friend and personal book coach, Azul Terronez, host of the top writing podcast Authors Who Lead™. We’re having another behind the scenes conversation of my book writing process. If you’d like to listen to part one of this conversation that happened over a year ago, head over to jadahsellner.com/156 to get caught up. Azul helps authors, entrepreneurs and leaders write and publish books that people love, so they can reach more people, grow their brand, and share their message in an authentic way. He’s been called a book whisperer. His signature coaching program is built around the idea that creating books is about building the conversation that you want to own. Azul walks his talk because his TEDx talk “What Makes a Good Teacher Great” has been viewed over 2.1 million times. Azul’s clients have included Wall Street Bestseller, Pat Flynn from the Smart Passive Income Podcast, Jadah Sellner co-founder Simple Green Smoothies (that’s me!) and Dana Malstaff the founder of Boss-mom.  What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: A surprise that can happen when you look at writing a book as a creative process, and not just a task to achieve  ::  Why the content isn’t the book - and what really is  ::  How becoming an author is different, and so much more, than just writing a book  ::  The role that my season of loss and grief has played in the writing of my next book  ::  An update on where I am right now writing the upcoming book, and the big decision and shift I made to allow it to be happen  ::  What Azul says is needed in all books, but is often misunderstood by many authors You can find the full show notes from this episode over at https://jadahsellner.com/behind-the-scenes-part-2-azulterronez-179
Nov 25 2020
47 mins
“A Safe Space to Heal, Disarm and Be Yourself” with Tamika Lewis - 178
How do you know when it’s time to be supported and have a space for your own growth and healing? A safe space to heal, disarm, and be yourself. Whether there are days that you just don’t want to get out of bed, or you’re hiding in your productivity, this episode is for you. We’ll talk about what it means to lead with our humanity, honor our bodies, and practice self-care. In this episode, I get cozy with one of my close friends, Tamika Lewis, LCSW. Tamika is a speaker, writer, and licensed psychotherapist practicing in Los Angeles, California. She is the Clinical Director and founder of Womxn of Color Therapy Inc, a health and wellness community for teens and women of color. WOC Therapy offers free resources like The "Strong Woman's" Guide to Inner Peace, as well as online workshops and courses relating to anxiety, codependency, and racial healing. What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: Some ways that we can start disarming ourselves, in order to embrace being human :: The conversations that Tamika is having with her kids around the issues of race, and the practices she does with them to instill a sense of pride and knowledge about their culture :: Tamika’s tools and care practices that she’s using and sharing with her clients during these times of uncertainty :: What role friendship plays in daily life, and why you need to have those key people to be in your corner :: How she is navigating homeschooling as an entrepreneur and her thoughts on “mom guilt” :: The vision she is building and creating with the powerful work that she is doing with teens and women of color You can find the full show notes from this episode over at https://jadahsellner.com/safe-space-to-heal-disarm-178
Nov 18 2020
48 mins
“Grief, Burnout, and Reclaiming Our Lives” with Christina Rasmussen - 177
Have you ever found yourself feeling like everything looks the same on the outside, but everything on the inside of you has changed? If you’ve found yourself checking out of your life in unexplained ways and not able to fully name it, this episode is for you. We talk about the undercover world of grief, burnout, and reclaiming our lives after experiencing the invisible losses that we often overlook and dismiss.  In today’s conversation I get cozy with Christina Rasmussen. Christina is an acclaimed grief educator, author of Second Firsts and Where Did You Go? Which have been extremely helpful books for my own family as we navigate grief and loss. She is also the host of The Dear Life Podcast and founder of The Life Reentry Institute at lifereentry.com.  I recently signed up for her Life Reentry class, which has helped countless people break out of what she coined the “waiting room” of grief to rebuild our lives. She describes grief as a catalyst for redefining identity, and outlines the process of “reentry” where we return to our lives. Her  work has been featured at ABC News, Washington Post, and the White House Blog. You can find more of her brilliant work at christinarasmussen.com and secondfirsts.com. Christina’s mission is to change the way we grieve, the way we live, and how we define our potential in this life, and the hereafter.  What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: The symptoms that can indicate burnout, or not living in alignment  :: The way that she has been able to transform her grief and loss into a movement that is healing so many other people  :: What the safe space of the “waiting room” is all about  :: Christina’s re-entry and the ways that she is now transforming her life (and how you can too after invisible losses)  :: Why she is saying no to money and additional opportunities daily, without feeling guilty about it  :: Christina’s best practices and rituals for writing, plus how she stays connected to the creative process  You can find the full show notes from this episode over at https://jadahsellner.com/grief-burnout-reclaiming-lives-177
Nov 11 2020
1 hr
“I’m Not Hiding, I’m Healing” - 176“How to Have Hard Conversations, Lean Into Conflict & Reframe Criticism” with Lynne Maureen Hurdle - 175
As a leader, how do you commit to having hard, uncomfortable conversations that deepen connection and trust within your company and your home? If you want an environment that is safe for communication, creativity and problem-solving along with the giving and receiving constructive feedback, whether at work or with your family, then this episode is for you.  In this episode I get cozy with Lynne Maureen Hurdle. Lynne Hurdle is an executive coach, communication expert and conflict resolution strategist. She’s also a facilitator, speaker, and author with over 35 years of experience in blending the connection between communication, conflict and culture into a unique style of engagement for leaders. She’s the author of the best seller book, Closing Conflict for Leaders: How to Be a Bold Leader and Develop a Kick-Ass, High-Functioning, Happy AF Team. She teaches leaders the skills to engage skillfully, confidently, and powerfully in everything from daily conversations to the most difficult conflict situations.  She passionately writes about Breaking Culture: Conflict and Cultural Breakthroughs for Psychology Today. She has delivered her unique trainings, workshops and deep coaching to leaders from Harlem to Hong Kong and from the South Bronx to South Africa.  What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: The traumatic event that inspired Lynne to focus on her work to become an expert conflict resolution strategist :: The way that Lynne defines racial bias, and how this concept relates to conflict resolution :: The work that helps leaders to increase their awareness and dissolve any biases  :: A way to respond to conflict and what happens when we don’t communicate with intention  :: What founders can do to initiate a new way of being inside the company by using regular communication rhythms :: How to reframe criticism, and lean into it, instead of resisting it You can find the full show notes from this episode over at https://jadahsellner.com/hard-conversations-conflict-criticism-lynne-hurdle-175
Nov 21 2019
1 hr 7 mins
“When to quit” with Michelle Tam of Nom Nom Paleo - 174
Ever wonder what it takes to make your side hustle your full-time hustle while working a graveyard shift, publishing New York Times Best Selling Books and raising two kids? If you’re looking to create work in a way that inspires you while still helping the community you serve without selling out who you are, then this episode is for you.  In this episode I get cozy with Michelle Tam. Michelle is the creator of the Saveur Award winning food blog, Nom Nom Paleo. Together with her husband, Henry Fong, she also produced a two-time Webby award winning cooking app, authored two New York Times bestselling cookbooks, and was nominated for a James Beard Award. Michelle has a degree in nutrition and food science from the University of California at Berkeley, and a doctorate in pharmacy from UCSF. For over a dozen years, she worked the graveyard shift at Stanford Hospital and Clinics as a night pharmacist before her side hustle, Nom Nom Paleo, became her main hustle.  We talk about her new Paleo-Friendly sauces featured in Whole Foods, how to talk to your kids about the food we eat, her unconventional way of writing books, and the journey to building a blog into a business What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: What Michelle was told she was doing “wrong” in her business, and why she decided to keep doing things the way she was doing them :: Michelle’s pivot from being a full-time pharmacist, after 4 years of juggling her career with her side hustle and a busy family life :: What she’s done so well to build her online community and what didn’t work so well for her :: The ways that she stays creatively connected to her work after creating content for such a long time :: Why Michelle doesn’t try to keep up with every online trend - or even maintain an editorial calendar for the business :: How her line of paleo sauces came to be created, and for sale, in Whole Foods  You can find the full show notes from this episode over at https://jadahsellner.com/when-to-quit-michelle-tam-174
Nov 14 2019
58 mins
“The Freedom Mindset” with Alexandra Jimenez - 173
How do you balance your personal definition of success while building a seven figure business, growing a team, nurturing a community, and taking care of your customers? This is the question we lean into as we talk about self compassion as an entrepreneur, the freedom mindset, and finding fulfillment.  In this episode, I get cozy with Alexandra Jimenez. She’s the founder and editor-in-chief at Travel Fashion Girl, one of the highest trafficked blogs for female travelers, where she teaches an audience of 1,000,000+ monthly visitors to pack in a light, stylish, and efficient way. She’s appeared live on the Fox & Friends morning show and has been featured in national digital news outlets including Cosmopolitan, Oprah, Forbes, USA Today, and Pat Flynn’s Smart Passive Income podcast. What I love is Alex followed her passions after quitting her corporate job in the fashion industry in 2008 to spend almost a decade traveling full-time.  She now has a new travel brand called Compass Rose Travel Accessories that is quickly making its way up the best-selling list on Amazon. What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: What motivates Alex more than money, and how her business continues to shift to this day  :: How she expresses her values and business ethics (and maintains her energy!) operating a growing Facebook group with over 23,000 members  :: What Alex’s support team looks like today, the struggles she faced growing her team, and why she feels that she actually should have waited longer to hire  :: Why she almost pivoted away from her travel blog, and what allowed her to look at her business with a whole new perspective  :: What really moved the needle for Alex on her journey from a 6 to 7-figure business :: A book that has impacted Alex greatly, and allowed her to have compassion for herself as her business grows  You can find the full show notes from this episode over at https://jadahsellner.com/the-freedom-mindset-alexandra-jimenez-173
Nov 6 2019
55 mins
“How to Stand in the Fire” - 172“The Amazing Effect of Taking Action” with Scott Voelker - 171
If you want to build a satisfying life without sacrificing a paycheck, and you want to build a more profitable business without sacrificing your life, then this episode of the Lead with Love podcast is for you. In this episode, I get cozy with Scott Voelker, founder and host of The Amazing Seller podcast, a TOP Ranked Business show where he helps regular, everyday people start and grow their own online business in Ecommerce.   Scott is a serial entrepreneur that has built and helped others build 6 and 7 figure brands online over the past 15 years and has now taught and inspired thousands all over the world, through his “Take Action” approach with his book: The Take Action Effect: Proven Steps to Build a Future-Proof Business & Create Your Ultimate Freedom. What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: How Scott knew it was time to leave his father’s construction business and become his own boss  :: What it looked like to start a photography business with his wife and the benefits and challenges of being in a partnership with a spouse  :: How Scott transitioned to the online space and what pushed him to do so  :: The marketing strategies from his early days of being an entrepreneur that still work for him (and you) today  :: What his first product launch looked like, and why he says it literally “changed his life”  :: What inspired him to start his top-ranked podcast and the “failures” that taught him so much about podcasting, business and life in general  You can find the full show notes from this episode over at https://jadahsellner.com/amazing-effect-taking-action-scott-voelker-171
Oct 24 2019
59 mins
“Overcoming Mom Guilt & Growing a 40,000 Member Community” with Dana Malstaff - 170
If you’ve ever felt guilty about being a mom and building a business, then this episode of the Lead with Love podcast is for you. We talk about getting clear on your priorities, the relationship between resilience and failure, and how to grow a sustainable community online.   In this episode, I get cozy with Dana Malstaff. Dana is the CEO and Founder of Boss Mom. She is a mother, author, speaker, business strategist, and podcaster. She launched the Boss Mom brand with her first book Boss Mom: The Ultimate Guide to Raising a Business & Nurturing Your Family Like a Pro and has turned the brand into an international movement. Now she has over 20,000 students in various courses and an organically grown Facebook group of over 40,000 that helps women all over the world raise their businesses and babies at the same time. She believes that we need to show our children that doing what we love can be financially viable. What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!): :: Why Dana started her second podcast, Boss Dad, and the amazing realizations she has made by interviewing men :: What her support teams look like both at home and in her business :: A big mistake that Dana sees many business owners making when starting to build out a team :: What’s she’s learned about building communities and fostering relationships from her Facebook Group of over 40,000 Boss Moms :: How Dana has experienced and navigated mom guilt in her own life, and the way she’s not only moved through it, but has thrived :: Her motivation for writing her latest book, Climb Your Own Ladder, and how she’s grown as a writer since her first two books You can find the full show notes from this episode over at https://jadahsellner.com/overcoming-mom-guilt-dana-malstaff-170
Oct 17 2019
1 hr 1 min

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