It’s hard to even put into words the value of the conversation with my guest today. No matter where you are on your entrepreneurial journey Candy Valentino shares the real, behind the scenes, look at what it takes to build a profitable business and the tangible steps you need to take to scale. Whether it’s the power of keeping the promises we make to ourselves or creating leverage to stay in the game Candy breaks it all down today and I can’t wait for you to listen!
Candy Valentino is originally from a small, rural north eastern town. Born to teenage parents, she started her multi-million dollar business at 19 years old with no degree, no corporate background, no money (and no internet). She successfully started, scaled, and successfully sold businesses in service, retail, e-commerce, and product manufacturing in addition to creating a vast real estate portfolio as a flipper and investor.
At the age of 26, Candy founded a non-profit charity. Through her success in business, she bought and donated a building to the organization. Since then they have saved thousands of lives and later she expanded the mission by adding a second location and creating a 62 acre farm sanctuary. Candy has been actively involved for the last 15 years, personally raising millions for the charity.
During her two plus decades as an entrepreneur she has been named to Top Business Leaders 40 Under 40, Top 50 Women In Business, 10 People Making a Difference, Top 10 Business Consultants by Yahoo Finance and was the youngest female to receive the Governor’s Award in Entrepreneurship in Pennsylvania.
She’s been featured and interviewed in numerous TV, radio, magazine and newspaper articles – not only for business and entrepreneurship -- but for her advocacy, charity and philanthropic work – and was just named ‘Persons of Distinction’ for business in Arizona.
Leveraging her 23 years of experience amassed from creating successful businesses in multiple industries, Candy created Founders Organization. With an unmatched business community, focus on business development and entrepreneur education, Founders Organization supports entrepreneurs in their pursuit of growth, scale and ease in their businesses. Created by actual founders and experienced entrepreneurs, it’s no wonder why they’ve been dubbed the “disrupter” of the business development space.
In this episode we talk about:
- Starting with the end in mind
- Creating leverage so you won’t give up on your vision
- The power in the quality of your questions
- Playing the long game
- Removing the emotion and focusing on the stats
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290. Mentor Session with Yaa Astar: Persevering Through Self-Doubt And Comparison & Keeping The Momentum Going While Also Finding Balance
27:58Lindsey is back with another mentor session with new business owner, Yaa Astar. Yaa has been a CPA for most of her career and took the big leap to leave her job and start her own business as a health and accountability coach. She battled breast cancer and also suffered from severe depression, resulting in multiple suicide attempts. Therefore, Yaa feels the pull to do what she loves now more than ever. On today’s episode, Lindsey answers her questions about perseverance and comparison. In this episode we talk about: How to keep the momentum going in your business How manage struggling with comparison How to respond to family and friends that lose faith in your vision for your business Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership || RESOURCES || The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks || CONNECT WITH YAA ASTAR || instagram.com/yaa_astar https://astarbodyclassroom.com/1-day-confidnence-health-summit || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co || EPISODE TIMELINE || ( :50 ) Welcome back to the Powerhouse Women podcast for another mentor session! ( 1:33 ) Lindsey asks Yaa to share a little about herself and the big idea she is working on. ( 7:20 ) Lindsey asks Yaa, “Where are you at right now in your journey that other listeners might be able to relate to?” ( 7:32 ) Yaa asks Lindsey, “How do I keep the momentum going?” -Yaa ( 12:40 ) Lindsey talks about struggling with comparison. ( 17:05 ) Lindsey goes into more detail about Yaa’s question of keeping up the momentum. ( 20:25 ) Yaa asks Lindsey, “How do I continue to show up for myself when people have lost faith in me, but I still feel that pull to do what I want to do?” ( 26:18 ) Yaa reminds herself to continue asking the question, “Where do I want to see myself in a year from now? ( 26:38 ) Lindsey asks Yaa, “Where can everyone find and follow you on your journey?
289. How To Outsell The Size Of Your Audience And Why Your Small Audience Is A Good Thing
23:15If you have a small audience, it might actually be to your benefit. Today, I am sharing why this is, and the steps that I took with my business to outsell our audience. Powerhouse Women is a multi-six figure business and we serve less than 1,000 paying customers. With that in mind, just think what a couple hundred paying customers can do for your business as you’re just starting out! The key is not to let the thought that you have a small audience get in the way of how you show up every day. In this episode we talk about: What it means to “outsell your audience” Where your mindset should be when trying to outsell your audience Getting your launches to connect with your audience How to stand out in the sea of content on the internet How to consistently spread your message while avoiding fatigue || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || Get our 4-part formula for sold-out launches in our new course, Organic Launch Blueprint, HERE! Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership Lindsey mentioned the book, Building A Story Brand by Donald Miller. || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co || EPISODE TIMELINE || ( :50 ) Welcome back to another episode! ( 1:25 ) Lindsey asks listeners, “Does anyone feel like their audience is too small to have the business and the impact you want?” ( 1:44 ) In this episode, Lindsey will share the top 3 ways that have helped outsell the size of the Powerhouse Women audience. ( 4:45 ) Lindsey says that before she shares the 3 things, the first wants to start with the mindset. ( 7:04 ) Why a smaller audience can work to your benefit. ( 9:35 ) Lindsey explains what it means when she says “outsell the size of your audience”. ( 10:09 ) Lindsey explains the first factor that has helped her outperform. ( 12:55 ) Lindsey explains the second factor that has helped her outperform. ( 18:55 ) Lindsey explains the third factor that has helped her outperform. ( 21:15 ) Lindsey encourages you that you have a message; don’t lose momentum sharing it because you don’t think your audience is big enough. ( 21:50 ) Lindsey recently announced her new course, “Organic Launch Blueprint”.
288. Best Year Ever! Who Is A “Multiplier” And Why Do You Need Them In Your Life?
25:18Today, I am breaking down three types of people that I call “multipliers”. Multipliers are people who have poured into me and supported my big ideas. The different types of multipliers in your life are meant to support different stages of your venture. I will also share how to find these people, nurture these relationships and examples of multipliers in my own life. In this episode we talk about: The three types of multipliers to seek out in your life and business Lindsey shares examples of each multiplier in her life Tips to seek out these people Special announcement about Girl Gang membership RESOURCES Download the Lite Pink holiday guide (and get the exclusive Girl Gang membership link) HERE Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co www.powerhousewomenevent.com EPISODE TIMELINE ( :50 ) We are back with another episode in our Best Year Ever series talking about adding multipliers to your networking circle. ( 2:44 ) In this episode, Lindsey is breaking down three types of people that she considers multipliers who have poured into her and my big ideas. She will also explain how to find these people and nurture these relationships. ( 3:37 ) Lindsey answers the question, “What is a multiplier?” ( 4:50 ) Lindsey shares the first type of multiplier. ( 6:20 ) Lindsey shares an example of how she sought out this type of multiplier to help her with her book. ( 11:15 ) Lindsey shares the second type of multiplier. ( 13:45 ) Lindsey explains how joining masterminds helps you seek out this type of multiplier. ( 17:29 ) Lindsey shares the third type of multiplier. ( 21:55 ) Lindsey shares a fun announcement about Girl Gang Membership. ( 23:35 ) Lindsey announces that applications for the 2022 Mastermind are now open.
287. Becoming A Fearless Visionary, The Many Ways You Can Fund Your Big Idea, And How To Build A Brand Before You Go To Market With Jenesis Laforcarde, Founder Of The Jenesis House
35:34You can never dream too big when you’re Jenesis Laforcarde, who is my guest today and is also someone I admire so much because she is truly fearless. Jenesis is a brand-building expert, and most of her career has centered around her service-based business serving clients who need branding assistance. But recently, Jenesis was looking for something totally different to add to her portfolio; enter The Jenesis House, a 13-room boutique destination resort offering a spa, healing arts, farm-to-table nutrition, and complete wellness experiences. Less than one percent of black women own hotels, so naturally, Jenesis is ready to take on this statistic and break down barriers. In this episode we talk about: How no vision is too big or unattainable How to ask for what you want from others Funding an expensive business idea Differentiating good advice from bad advice How to build a brand before you go to market Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! || CONNECT WITH JENESIS LAFORCARDE || Check out The Jenesis House HERE Shop the candles HERE Pre-book your stay HERE Connect with Jenesis on Instagram HERE || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co || EPISODE TIMELINE || ( :57 ) Welcome back to the Powerhouse Women podcast and please welcome Jenesis to the show! ( 2:10 ) Jenesis shares how she and Lindsey first connected. ( 5:15 ) Lindsey asks Jenesis, “Take us back to 2018 when you were really at the forefront of the women’s empowerment movement before it really blew up.” ( 7:18 ) Lindsey asks Jenesis, “Tell us what your current project is that you’re working on.” ( 11:06 ) Lindsey asks Jenesis how she stays connected to her big vision while focusing on the day-to-day small tasks that need to get done. ( 13:42 ) Lindsey asks Jenesis if it has always come easy for her to ask for what she wants from others, or if it was a learned characteristic. ( 14:58 ) Lindsey asks Jenesis, “Have you felt more vulnerable putting yourself, your story and huge vision out there?” ( 15:54 ) Lindsey asks Jenesis, “Let's dive into the vision of The Jenesis House. As you started to lean into this idea, what was the beginning of it like and where has it evolved to?” ( 21:06 ) Lindsey asks Jenesis about getting advice from others about her vision that might be conflicting. “Are you able to determine what advice is good advice and what advice might not be the best for you based on the vision that you have?” ( 25:17 ) Lindsey asks Jenesis, “Do you ever have moments where imposter syndrome kicks in? Or do you know to your core, ‘I can do this’?” ( 28:12 ) Lindsey asks Jenesis, “Even though the hotel is not in existence yet, the brand is still very much alive. Tell me about the power of building a brand for a long-term vision that might not see the end result for a while.” ( 31:04 ) Lindsey asks Jenesis, “What are some of the tangible ways we can support you and your venture?” ( 32:24 ) Lindsey thanks Jenesis for her connection and constant reminder to ask herself the question, “Am I thinking big enough?” ( 33:12 ) Lindsey asks Jenesis, “What's a Powerhouse Moment you’ve had recently?”
286. Q&A: How To Choose A Mastermind Or Mentor, How Much To Invest Each Year And Evaluating The Pros And Cons Of Mastermind Programs
43:07How do you know if you are ready for a mastermind? This is one of the most common questions that we see within our Powerhouse Women community. And today, we are addressing it, along with several others! As someone who not only hosts masterminds, but has also invested in several over the years, I am so excited to address this topic today and help guide you through how to choose the right mastermind for your business based on your goals, how much to invest in your 2022 mastermind, how to weigh the features and value certain masterminds have to offer, and so much more. In this episode we talk about: Expectations: no one mentor will have all of your answers Doing your research and listening to your Intuition before making a decision on the mastermind you choose to join How to evaluate what you need more of in this season such as strategy, space to implement and expansive people. Text us your questions to (602) 536-7829 and you may get a shoutout on a future episode! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co www.powerhousewomenevent.com || EPISODE TIMELINE || ( :50 ) Welcome back to the Powerhouse Women podcast! ( 3:40 ) Today we are focusing on this Q&A about masterminds. ( 4:56 ) What is a mastermind? ( 9:11 ) Jen B. asks, “How do you know you're ready for a mastermind versus one-on-one coaching or a course-based program?” ( 14: 14 ) Hannah asks Lindsey, “I want to hear how you think people know they are ready for a mastermind.” ( 21:12 ) Hannah asks Lindsey about the numerous questions that came in about people feeling the fear of making the wrong decisions around choosing a mastermind or mentorship. What is your perspective on that? ( 25:53 ) Hannah shares her perspective on this question. ( 27:07 ) Heidi B. asks, “What features of the mastermind do you consider before investing––is it about the number of participants, the additional support coaches, the number of in-person retreats––and which do you think deliver the most value?” ( 31:11 ) Samantha M. asks, “How do you know when you're making the right decision hiring a mentor or joining a mastermind and not just getting caught up in ‘fomo’"? ( 33:17 ) Hannah asks Lindsey, “How do you know if you’re financially ready to invest in a mentor or mastermind, especially if you’re just getting started?” ( 41:14 ) Text us your questions at (602) 536-7829 and you may get a shoutout on a future episode! ( 42:18 ) Text us the word MASTERMIND to (602) 536-7829 so we know to keep you in the loop about that program specifically.
285. Best Year Ever! The Impact Getting Dressed Everyday Has On Your Mindset, Confidence And Capabilities With Style Blogger And Entrepreneur Alison Lumbatis
37:55Each morning, getting dressed seems to be a no-brainer in your morning routine, right? Well, especially coming out of a pandemic, are you opting for the jeans and cute top or sweat set more often? Today in our Best Year Ever series, I am talking to style blogger and entrepreneur, Alison Lumbatis, about the power of getting dressed and ready in the morning. Something that seems so small, can actually have a huge impact on your mindset, confidence, productivity and capabilities. In this episode we talk about: How Alison monetized her blog The psychological benefits of cleaning out your closet How to build a capsule wardrobe with Alison’s outfit formulas Personal stories that prove the impact that getting dressed has on your mindset About Alison Alison Lumbatis is an empowerment influencer, entrepreneur and best-selling author. She's attracted an audience of millions to her Get Your Pretty On website and has served over 100,000 members through the Outfit Formulas personal styling program. A thought leader in the personal style and confidence arenas, Alison empowers women and business leaders to show up as the best version of themselves in order to make a bigger impact. She has been featured in Forbes, Business Insider, Yahoo Finance, Redbook and Life & Style. Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership || CONNECT WITH ALISON || instagram.com/alisonlumbatis instagram.com/_getyourprettyon instagram.com/outfitformulasofficial || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co || EPISODE TIMELINE || ( 1:48 ) Lindsey asks Alison, "Take us back to your start as an engineer." ( 6:09 ) Lindsey asks Alison, "When you started your blog did you ever think blogging was something that could be monetized? Or did you have a plan for what you wanted to do with it?" ( 9:24 ) Lindsey asks Alison, "Talk to me about the power of consistency and how much that played into your first launch being such a success." ( 10:29 ) Lindsey asks Alison, "I would love to hear more about what you attribute your customer retention to." ( 13:55 ) Lindsey asks Alison, "What are the psychological benefits to doing a style refresh and cleaning out your closet?" ( 17:40 ) Lindsey asks Alison, "Talk about the philosophy––once we do the closet clean out––how we can create this version of ourselves that we want to dress for the next season and shop more intentionally." ( 21:29 ) Lindsey asks Alison, "Do you have any cool stories from within your community of just the power of this simple concept in women’s lives?" ( 24:15 ) Lindsey asks Alison, "How do we bring the concept of getting dressed into our lives if more of us are working from home more often?" ( 27:55 ) Lindsey shares that for her personally, style doesn't come naturally. She studies it. ( 28:44 ) Lindsey asks Alison, "What are some of the things right now––in this season of business––that are challenging you the most?" ( 31:40 ) Lindsey asks Alison, "Is there a trend right now that you haven’t tried that you're curious about trying for yourself?" ( 34:00 ) Tag us in a photo on your own Instagram story of you stepping out of your comfort zone, whether it’s a bold lip or new outfit. ( 34:45 ) Lindsey asks Alison, "Where can we connect with you and find the outfit formulas?" ( 35:33 ) What is a recent Powerhouse Moment you’ve had?
284. Author And Keynote Speaker Heather Monahan On Defining The 3 Types Of Villains, Firing The Toxic People In Your Life, And Persevering Through Constant Rejection
36:11Oftentimes, it’s hard for us to notice the villains we are living with everyday who are breathing negativity into our minds. But once we do, then we have the opportunity to “fire” them from our lives, opening new doors and leaving space for more positive people and possibilities to enter our lives. Today, I am joined by two-time author, keynote speaker and podcaster, Heather Monahan, to talk about her new book, “Overcome Your Villains” and the moment in her life that sparked the concept of this book. She educates us on the three types of villains, how to define them, identify them and fire them from your life. In this episode we talk about: The pivotal moment in Heather’s life that sparked the idea behind her new book, “Overcome Your Villains” Identifying the 4 types of villains Firing the toxic people in your life to make room for those who are more aligned with you Persevering through constant rejection About Heather Monahan Heather Monahan is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, TedX speaker, podcast host and Board Member of Healthlynked Corporation. As a former C-suite executive in media, she was named one of the most Influential Women in Radio in 2017 and Thrive Global named her a Limit Breaking Female Founder in 2018. Heather was named one of the Top 40 Female Keynote Speakers of 2020 by Real Leaders and her new book Overcome Your Villains is available for pre-order now. Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! *BOOK GIVEAWAY* On Instagram, take a screenshot of this episode and tag @heathermonahan and @powerhouse_women. We will send a copy of “Overcome Your Villains” to 3 people who post, share and tag us! || CONNECT WITH HEATHER || https://overcomeyourvillains.com/ instagram.com/heathermonahan || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co || EPISODE TIMELINE || ( :48 ) Welcome back to the Powerhouse Women podcast! Lindsey introduces us to today’s guest. ( 2:03 ) Lindsey welcomes author and motivational speaker Heather Monahan to the show. ( 3:12 ) Lindsey asks Heather to talk about the inspiration behind her second book, “Overcome Your Villains”. ( 4:40 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “Will you go into detail about the story of you getting fired from your 14-year corporate job and what you learned from it?” ( 7:19 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “Did you always have the mindset of being able to see the opportunity in a situation like this? Or was it like, ‘Oh s**t’?” ( 8:28 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “How do you define a villain?” ( 9:40 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “We talk a lot about surrounding yourself with people who are going to support you in pursuit of your big ideas. When you realize that someone needs to be fired from your life, what does that process look like? ( 14:35 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “You mention that when you remove the toxic people in your life, you leave space for other things to enter that are more aligned with you. Can you talk a little more about that?” ( 17:14 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “Tell me about your journey to making friends with the villain in your own mind and how you’ve discovered how to work with this villain?” ( 20:02 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “Right now, at this point in your career, what's the current version of that negative self-talk or inner villain that you're overcoming?” ( 23:56 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “You shared a post about the number of times you've heard ‘No’. What was that like, being rejected 14 times, before you heard ‘Yes’?” ( 26:46 ) Lindsey asks Heather about all the rejection she faced with the original draft of her book and therefore, all the changes she had to make. She asks, “Did going through all that rejection deliver a better end product? Are you more proud of the version you pitched versus the original?” ( 28:55 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “What is your biggest hope for your book and its impact?” ( 30:10 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “What is the best way that people can support you and get behind your book?” ( 31:18 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “So often, we start to become known for the value we share and topics we speak about, what are some things very few people know about you as a human?” ( 32:50 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “What’s the best place our listeners can purchase your book?” ( 33:42 ) Lindsey asks Heather, “What is a recent Powerhouse moment, big or small, that you’ve had?”
283. Q&A: How To Fund Your Big Idea, When To Fund It And What Type Of Funding Is Best Suited To Your Offerings
32:24In today’s Q&A episode, our COO Hannah and I are covering ways to fund your big idea! A lot of times, the biggest barrier to beginning a new business is funding. So we’re answering your questions, giving you all a bunch of ideas on the types of funding you can seek out, when to seek out funding and how I fund Powerhouse Women! In this episode we talk about: Types of funding you can seek out for your business What types of businesses are best suited for each type of funding At what stage in your business you should seek out funding How I fund Powerhouse Women! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership Text us your questions and you may get a shoutout on a future episode! (602) 536-7829 Send us the word LAUNCH if you want to be first to know when we release the new Organic Launch Blueprint course! || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co www.powerhousewomenevent.com || EPISODE TIMELINE || ( :54 ) Welcome back to the Powerhouse Women podcast! ( 2:02 ) Today’s topic was inspired by Lindsey’s friend, Lori Harder, and is all about funding your big idea. ( 3:36 ) Hannah shares a bit about her background in real estate investing and how it ties into today’s topic. ( 5:21 ) Evelia Flores asks, “How do you fund your dream project without breaking the bank” and Jessika Baker asks, “I have a really big idea that would require funding of 300k+. What's the best way to fund when you're still a startup business?” ( 20:24 ) @rachellhague on Instagram asks, “Did you get any grants when starting Powerhouse Women? How did you begin with funding?” ( 22:55 ) @mommahasgoals on Instagram asks, “Should you start your business idea small and then expand to investors or get people behind you from the start? ( 24:28 ) Christine Bello asks, “You're in massive debt and want to get out of it but also want to get your big idea out there. Do you do the smart thing and wait until your debt is less or do you just try small to get your idea out there?” ( 30:25 ) We are currently creating a series all about money! Stay tuned. ( 31:15 ) Text us your questions or topics you’d love to hear on the podcast to (602) 536-7829.
282. Best Year Ever! The Power Of The Morning Routine And Lindsey And Hannah’s Non Negotiables To Start Their Days
30:15It can feel like our days get away from us and that we are too busy to carve out any time for personal development, self-care or routines. But, we now know it’s scientifically proven that starting your day with a morning routine makes you feel good, setting the tone for the rest of your day. Today, I invite my right-hand woman in business and self-proclaimed queen of the morning routine, Hannah, to join me in talking about what a morning routine could look like for you! In this episode we talk about: Tips to start implementing a morning routine into your days The importance of practicing small habits to improve your mood Lindsey’s top 3 non-negotiables Hannah’s top 3 non-negotiables Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co || EPISODE TIMELINE || ( :49 ) Welcome back to the Powerhouse Women podcast! ( :58 ) The Best Year Ever series is intended to remind us all that it doesn’t matter how much time we have left in the year; it matters how we use it. ( 1:15 ) Today’s episode in the Best Year Ever series is all about reminders for simple habits that can make all the difference in how you feel and take on each day. ( 1:35 ) Lindsey welcomes Hannah, self-proclaimed queen of morning routines, to co-host this episode! ( 2:00 ) Lindsey asks Hannah, “How would you define a morning routine if you were describing it to someone who never heard of this concept?” ( 4:43 ) Lindsey asks Hannah, “When did routines start to become a consistent part of your days?” ( 6:00 ) Lindsey and Hannah share tips on how to start small with morning routines. ( 7:23 ) Lindsey and Hannah begin to share their top 3 things that they do each morning that makes them feel the best at the start of each day. ( 8:15 ) Lindsey shares the first thing on her list that is actually work related. ( 9:44 ) Hannah shares that she gets outside. ( 11:20 ) Lindsey shares something related to social media. ( 11:26 ) Hannah shares prompts for journaling. ( 19:57 ) Lindsey shares how she preps for her morning routine. ( 22:24 ) Hannah shares about meditation. ( 28:18 ) Tag @powerhouse_women in Instagram stories of your morning routines! ( 29:10 Stay tuned for an upcoming challenge within the Girl Gang community. Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership
281. Mentor Session: How To Get Your First Clients, Show Up On Social Media And What To Financially Invest In Vs. Learn Yourself, With Telma Sanchez
32:15Becoming the best version of ourselves isn't just for us, it’s also about providing the opportunity to be able to show up in the best way we can for those we love. Today, I am welcoming Telma to the podcast for a Mentor Session! Telma didn’t have the easiest past, but she took it upon herself to create a solid future for her kids by putting the time and energy necessary to become the best version of herself. During her self-acceptance and discovery journey, she uncovered her passion for helping others and became a life coach. Telma put together questions to ask me and they are ones that I hear often about fear, imposter syndrome, authenticity, brand clarity, mentor investment and more! In this episode we talk about: How doubtful thoughts like “can I really do this” are just part of the journey What stops us from putting ourselves out there The importance of being mindful of what we consume How to shift from showing a part of yourself on social media, to showing your whole self Questions to use to evaluate what the right move is for you What to outsource in your business when you’re just getting started and what to do yourself Not part of the Girl Gang Community yet? Join HERE: Girl Gang Membership || CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN || instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co || EPISODE TIMELINE || ( :19 ) Welcome to Powerhouse Women, the podcast for women who know they are ready for more. ( :53 ) Today, Lindsey brings you another Mentor Session with someone from the Powerhouse community, Telma Sanchez. ( 1:16 ) Telma tells us a little bit about herself and what she is currently working on. ( 5:04 ) Telma asks Lindsey, “I’m really struggling with how to show up. How do I announce to the world that I am ready to help others through my life coach business?” ( 15:52 ) Telma asks Lindsey about how to show up on social media now that she has a new life coach business, stating that her social media was originally intended for family and friends. She is unsure of how to announce her new business and how to shift her content from personal content to professional content. ( 19:15 ) Telma asks Lindsey, “When you’re just starting out, how do you know what parts you should invest in and what parts you should figure out yourself because you’re brand new and really have no budget?” ( 29:17 ) Lindsey asks Telma, “Who are the women that you know you want to help?” ( 31:14 ) Telma shares where listeners can find her and connect with her, as well as sharing the new services she is offering!