TNW19: Build a Business You Love with Kristi Brown

TNW19: Build a Business You Love with Kristi Brown

About this episode

Build a business you love with a little guidance from the beautiful Kristi Brown. In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview Kristi Brown, business strategist and rocking boss over at Significantly Successful. We talk about how she went from working with small business owners at Living Social, working for the Mouse (she at Disney World, unlike my Disneyland), and launching a very successful social media campaign for Ron Paul when he ran for President of the United States!

I love Kristi Brown. I credit her Significant Business Academy with giving me the idea to start this very podcast. She’s got great ideas and thinks outside the box. Her exercises are fabulous. I’m a big fan. We chat about how to build a business you love, why that matters, and why you need to.

This is a great episode for anyone looking to start their own business, whether as an entrepreneur or small business owner. Even if you’ve already started your journey, Kristi has great tips. Enjoy!

About Kristi Brown

Most of the people that are into self-development enough to listen to any podcast, let alone one that’s Notable Women, you’re going to be able to start your own business if that’s what you want to do.

Kristi Brown is the co-founder of Significantly Successful, a digital marketing and consulting agency. Kristi has had the amazing opportunity to work with innovative and cutting-edge companies such as Groupon, MGM Grand and the Walt Disney Companies, along with over 400 small businesses throughout the world. She specializes in marketing strategies, social media and automation.

She understands how to create marketing campaigns that will drive results – instead of driving you crazy! Kristi has worked with over 100 start-ups and has helped them go from an idea to reality.  She can teach you how to bring the magic and creativity of the huge international companies into your own small business. Her belief is that people start their own businesses because there is something better and bigger out there.

Her strategies and techniques have helped people to build a business that they love. Kristi’s passion is teaching others how to create the success and freedom they desire in their lives to grow their business into something that far exceeds their expectations. Kristi gives her clients actionable steps that lead to success.  She shows how to manage all these “techy” things so that they can stay focused, accomplish their goals, and grow the business without feeling overwhelmed!

…And sometimes she even throws in a little *pixie dust*…

Episode Resources
Recommended Reading

Psycho Cybernatics by Maxwell Maltz (you want the original edition, not the updated)
Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success by Dr. Adam M. Grant

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TNW18: Get involved with Feygele Jacobs

TNW18: Get involved with Feygele Jacobs

About this episode

Fall in love with notable woman Feygele Jacobs in this episode of The Notable Woman podcast. Her main takeaway of this interview is “Get involved!” and she truly lives that mantra. I met Feygele when she volunteered at a jazz performance fundraiser for Hurricane Sandy at The Riverside Church, and we have stayed friends ever since. I even took this fabulous headshot of her when she started as CEO at RCHN Community Health Foundation (RCHN CHF).

In this episode, we talk about Feygele’s job at the foundation and how a repeal of the Affordable Care Act might affect them, particularly because she and the organization focus on policy. We also talk about her beautiful mother, and how her mother influenced Feygele’s decision to go back to school. There’s also the beautiful love story of how Feygele’s mother and father met when they tried to return to their homes after the Holocaust. It’s a great story, and you know I’m a sucker for love.

This is a great episode for advocates, folks going back to school, boss notable woman, and anyone who loves a good story.


About Feygele Jacobs

Get involved. Get involved, get involved, get involved, stay involved. Pick your cause, pick your passion, it doesn’t matter what it is.

Feygele Jacobs is the President and CEO of the RCHN Community Health Foundation (RCHN CHF). She provides overall leadership and management of Foundation programs, sets the Foundation’s strategic goals, and oversees program development. She also buys the coffee.

She came to RCHN CHF as EVP and Chief Operating Officer at its founding in 2005, after serving as executive vice president and chief of staff of the Ryan Community Health Network (RCHN) and CenterCare, Inc., a health center owned managed care plan serving low-income people across New York City. Prior to joining the RCHN family of organizations in 1997, her early career included positions in New York City’s and Boston’s public health care systems, and in hospital administration at the St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center, a major teaching hospital network in New York.

She is a graduate of Oberlin College (B.A.) and Columbia University (M.P.H., M.S.U.P.) and pursued post-graduate work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She also holds a certificate in Public Health Informatics from the University of Illinois-Chicago School of Public Health, where she is a candidate for the DrPH in in Public Health Leadership. She presently serves on the boards of directors of National Center for Farmworker Health, CALL FOR HEALTH/UNA VOZ PARA LA SALUD and Community Health Ventures.

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