14. Let’s Get Social with Erin Zimmerman

14. Let’s Get Social with Erin Zimmerman

About this episode
In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview Erin Zimmerman about all things social media. Erin is the boss of Elephant Social, and she is a big fan of relationship building based social media. Hers is the first episode in my “Business Boss” series because Erin just started her social media business and is celebrating her one year anniversary! It’s great to talk to her about building a business in addition to how to run an effective social media campaign. No matter what you’re trying to do to make an impact, it’s important that you either master social media or hire someone who can do it for you! Listen on for tips, tricks, and Erin’s impactful story.
About Erin Zimmerman
People will work with you if you’re interested and if you really love what they’re doing. Don’t feel like you’re alone. Don’t feel like because you work for yourself that you have to become a hardcore introvert, even if you are an introvert, that’s totally fine, but connect with people.

Erin Zimmerman is the boss over at Elephant Social, otherwise known as a one-woman show. She collaborates with small business owners on how to maximize their impact in less time through full-service social media strategizing and matchmaking services, specializing in helping small businesses and online entrepreneurs grow through relationship-based strategy online. You might call her the Social Media Matchmaker. ūüôā

Episode Resources
Personal Instagram + Twitter: @RoaminTwin
Erin’s YouTube, home to her web series Chat Connect
Erin’s Business Facebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/elephantsocial


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13. Energy and How You Can Increase Yours with Maddie Penko

13. Energy and How You Can Increase Yours with Maddie Penko

About this episode
In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I chat with Health Coach Maddie Penko about energy stealers and how you can increase your energy. Maddie is a gem of a health coach, and I met her in Jenn Scalia’s Little Black Business Book, an excellent online resource for women in business. Maddie’s¬†light and sense of fun shine through in every post, and we started chatting outside the group. I’ve done several of her free challenges and am in her free health group. I like Maddie because she isn’t afraid to tell you where you could be improving your health with some of her signature sass, but at the same time, you feel loved and supported. She’s like that older sister (although¬†obviously, she’s younger than me!) who has caught you borrowing her killer heels for the last time.

When Maddie and I first chatted about the focus of this episode, I was so excited to hear she was focusing on energy. I know as a professional boss woman who also is mama to a tiny mischief maker, energy is a huge problem for me. Having avenues to increase my energy without bathing in Red Bull is much more the way I want to go. Listen in to get Maddie’s insight in this interview and definitely download her free guide on energy stealers!

About Maddie Penko
There’s a lot of information out there. Science is contradicting itself every day, and what works for someone else might not work for you, even what I’m telling you today on the podcast. So acknowledge the information, take it in, then¬†check-in with yourself, your body, your values, and just do you and what’s going to work for you.
Maddie studied at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, the largest nutrition and certification program in the world. During her training, she studied over 100 dietary theories, practical lifestyle management techniques, and innovative coaching methods with some of the world’s top health and wellness experts. Her teachers included Dr. Andrew Weil, Director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine; Dr. Deepak Chopra, leader in the field of mind-body medicine; Dr. David Katz, Director of Yale University’s Prevention Research Center; Dr. Walter Willett, Chair of Nutrition at Harvard University; Geneen Roth, bestselling author and expert on emotional eating; and many other leading researchers and nutrition authorities.

After going through her own wellness transformation and becoming her highest self, it is Maddie’s mission to empower other busy, go-getter women to raise themselves to their highest level with fast and effective solutions for more energy and healthy body composition. Grab her free guide to learn about 5 Major Energy Stealers That Leave You Exhausted.

Maddie’s website
Maddie’s Facebook page
Maddie’s Facebook group¬†– Free accountability plus great resources from Maddie
Institute for Integrative Nutrition – where Maddie studied and trained
Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret Рa documentary Maddie recommends on the food industry
More information about Tabata workouts Рhigh-intensity workouts that have a huge impact
Free Resource
Because Maddie is such an absolute gem, she’s giving Notable Women her FREE energy guide. Grab her free guide to learn about 5 Major Energy Stealers That Leave You Exhausted.
12. Start to Self-Love with Susan Adhikari

12. Start to Self-Love with Susan Adhikari

About this episode
In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I talk self-love with the amazing Susan Adhikari, affectionately known as Suz. Suz is a health and wellness mentor for females, and I love love love her message. Why? Because Suz¬†is all about self-love. Suz believes that if we are going to achieve any of our goals or dreams, it all starts with loving ourselves first. That’s a message I can 100% get behind, and something I believe in myself. Since I’ve started my own meditation and visualization practice, I can clearly see in my daily life how positive an effect self-love has on me. Dive into this episode with Suz¬†and let’s start loving ourselves!
About Susan “Suz” Adhikari
So every time you go on self sabotaging or self loathing activities, thinking all negative stuff, then pull out that piece of paper and read all the positive things you wrote about yourself, and that helps to get your mind from negative to positive instantly.
Susan Adhikari (Suz) is a health and wellness mentor for females. She helps busy women lose weight and become confident on who they are by changing their mindset so they can take charge of their health and happiness. Through her experience and education she has realized that losing weight is so much more than just the outside appearence and this is what she educates to females.
11. Career Change: Now is the time! with Yanran Carpenter

11. Career Change: Now is the time! with Yanran Carpenter

About this episode
I’ve changed careers more times than I can tell you, and sometimes sharing my story with how I’ve jumped around scares me. I worry that people think I can’t make up my mind or focus when really each step I’ve taken is on the same path. I wouldn’t be the person I am today without each moment, building on each other. Yanran Carpenter is a woman who feels the exact same way. Yanran is a career coach, and when she and I first talked about being on The Notable Woman Podcast, I was interested in her story of growing up in China. I thought that would be a nice addition to what we’re doing here on the show, and it absolutely is. But perhaps the most exciting part of Yanran’s story is that she never let her tale be told for her. She constantly switched gears until she was working at a career she loves. She truly embodies the old quote “Find a job you enjoy doing, and you’ll never work a day in your life.” Listen in to hear Yanran’s journey as well as get some tips if you’re contemplating a career change.
About Yanran Carpenter
Definitely put your intentions out there and good things will follow.
Yanran Carpenter is a¬†self ‚Äď development¬† and¬† career¬† coach¬† for¬† students¬† and¬† working¬† professionals¬† who¬† want¬† to¬† pursue¬† a¬† career¬† they¬† passionate¬† about¬† and¬† live¬† a¬† regret¬† free¬† life. She grew up in China and watched her mother fall in love with entrepreneurship, even though it wasn’t a common path at the time. She herself took an uncommon path by finishing her senior year of high school in an exchange program with the United States, then studying fashion design. Out in the world after graduation, she discovered that most of her life would be spent at a computer, away from people, so she made the move to become a retail manager. This career change got her out on the floor, around the merchandise, and back with people, but it still wasn’t quite right. She wasn’t the only one who felt that way so Yanran was constantly talking with her work colleagues and giving them career suggestions. During a Google search, Yanran discovered the help she was giving her colleagues had a name – career coaching! Her next path now discovered, Yanran studied to become a career change coach, and now follows the path of entrepreneurship and working for herself, just like her mother before her. You can learn more at yanrancareercoaching.com.
10. Let’s Talk About Burnout with Mikayla Colthirst-Reid

10. Let’s Talk About Burnout with Mikayla Colthirst-Reid

About this episode
When Mikayla Colthirst-Reid first reached out to me and said she wanted to talk about burnout, I couldn’t have been happier. I know that burnout is a huge problem for me, and in fact, when Mikayla and I did this interview, I was just going into my biggest burnout of the year. I had been burning the candle at both ends so much that I just burned right out. I could barely do anything for a month and just got back into it. I think you’ll enjoy Mikayla’s laid back nature and great conversation on a topic that I think affects all notable women. Enjoy!
About Mikayla Colthirst-Reid
When a situation comes up where that boundary is being pushed, you’ve got to stand up for yourself because at the end of the day, if you’re burned out, you’re of no use to anybody you wanted to be really useful for.
Mikayla Colthirst-Reid, a health and wellness coach and blogger, runs Naturally Whole, whose purpose is to help busy, young, professional women achieve a life of unapologetic balance and wellness in all areas of their life. Mikayla is a communications marketing professional, personal trainer, and a singer.
9. Comfort for Your Inner Control Freak with Shelly Robinson

9. Comfort for Your Inner Control Freak with Shelly Robinson

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview heath and performance coach Shelly Robinson.

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview heath and performance coach Shelly Robinson. Shelly and I are long lost sisters with a few pesky states in between. I LOVE her, and I am sure you will too. I find health coaches a little daunting, but Shelly makes you feel comfortable and confident. She and I chat it up about our control freak tendencies, and how infertility and becoming a mother flipped those habits on their heads for us both. We also talk about another love of mine, coffee, as well as our ever elusive friend Sleep. If you are madly in love with this woman, check out the blog interview Shelly and I did for The Notable Woman blog launch here.
  • Control freak tendencies
  • What caused us both to examine our control freakishness
  • Coffee and sleep

I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did creating it. You can listen now, right here from this webpage by clicking the play button below.

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Today’s Guest

Shelly Robinson

‚ÄúYou have to make a decision that you want your life to be better. And then you just take one small step, and another small step, and another one, and it‚Äôs just doing that over and over again to help¬†build up to the goals you want to reach.‚ÄĚ

About Shelly Robinson

Shelly Robinson is a Health & Performance Coach who helps busy mompreneurs look and feel good while chasing their dreams. She believes that moms CAN thrive in all areas of their life that they care deeply about while keeping their health and sanity intact. When she’s not coaching, she’s snuggling her two kiddos, playing volleyball with her husband, or sipping iced matcha lattes. She also recently founded the Alively subscription box, which is all about self-care for Moms.
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