Business at The Notable Woman
Featured Business Content
Read, Watch, Listen
In this Super U Summit Talk, speech language pathologist Sarah Chutiangtong Sietsema presents: Use Your Voice? Learn How to Take Care of It.
In this Super U Summit Talk, content strategist Erin Ollila gives us her Unpopular Opinion: Content Strategy Is Not A One-Size-Fits-All Approach.
In this Super U Summit Talk, business strategist Suzanne Proksa presents: How to Change the Scripts That Are Blocking Your Success and Happiness.
In Katie’s talk, she’ll give you a crash course on tackling big projects that makes achieving your goals not just possible but inevitable.
Growing a quality network on LinkedIn doesn’t have to be a science experiment taught by sales gurus (no offense) teaching women how to be more aggressive and automate their networking in order to stand out.
According to the recent Ellevest research of more than 2000 American men and women, nearly half of the women respondents felt they had to work twice as hard as their male counterparts, and 83 percent agreed that men are routinely paid more for their responsibilities and titles. This societal construct has led to many women feeling unsure of their abilities and subsequently eschew promotions, opportunities and dreams. This fraudulent feeling, dubbed Imposter Syndrome, can cause a woman to question her success despite being a high achiever.
What is one thing that every successful woman in business has in common? What is the one key element that can determine your future success down the road and how you will be able to successfully scale and grow your business? Find out during this talk.
Are you holding yourself back from selling in your business because you are afraid to come off in the wrong way? It’s time you push past the mental block of selling and learn the framework to create a compelling message that gets your audience acting on your offer so that you can make the income and impact you want to in your business!
The talk will focus on: Are you a Top Dog in your career but a Scared Puppy in your social life? A Champion at the office who wonders, “Isn’t there more out there for me?” A Perfectionist who wants to Change, but Fears you will make the Wrong Decision? Then you are in the right place. Mahlena will show you fellow Overachievers how to get out of your own way, stop doing the most, and start living your best life.
Our guest for today is one of my favorite people on this planet, Elizabeth Rappa! She’s a fine artist who used her talent for teaching and launching her own creative business which is a huge success! She also owns and manages Forgotten Cotton, an awesome accessory and jewelry shop together with her husband, Johnny.
Struggling to take action toward your goals without getting stuck?
Kick those pesky negative thoughts out of the way and start kicking ass.
3 Secrets to Badass Confidence with Melanie Childers
A Super U Summit Talk
Melanie goes in-depth on her 3 secrets to building badass confidence in yourself so that you can go after whatever you want in life – whether it’s running a business or running for office! These 3 secrets are the way to build REAL confidence, so you don’t have to fake it til you make it anymore!
Podcast: The Vanished Podcast with Marissa Jones
In this interview, meet the founder, producer, creator, and host of The Vanished Podcast, Marissa Jones. The Vanished is a true crime podcast that explores the stories of those who have gone missing.
Video: How to Never Fail at Anything with Tania Fox
How to Never Fail at Anything is the hyperbolic title to Tania’s keynote talk. She stumbled upon this secret by being impressively mediocre in French, but speaking it anyway, and ultimately becoming a published and award-winning translator. By the end of her talk, you’ll believe that you too can successfully suck at anything.
Podcast: The View from the Pillow Fort with Crystal Bennett Harris (an episode on rest and resetting)
In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview Crystal Bennett Harris on the view from her pillow fort. We talk about a recent transition she’s gone through and how that has affected her view of her business, her role in it, and what she wants to do next.