November 6, 2019
This week, we’re thrilled to welcome Elizabeth Antonia to the show. Elizabeth comes to us with years of experience as a creative director for many well known companies like Apple, Ergobaby, and J Brand Jeans, to name a few—serving as a marketing consultant to creative campaigns. Elizabeth works closely with her husband Michael, a serial entrepreneur; but most importantly, she is a devoted mother to her two daughters. Her book, Early Riser Companion, is a celebration of family and a useful resource to parents looking to deepen their connections with their children. Elizabeth shares how you can nurture both your family and your business, without the guilty conscience.   Follow us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast and visit our website
October 30, 2019
It’s our pleasure to welcome journalist Madison Heap to the show. Madison studied broadcast journalism at Brigham Young University, and after entering the industry—she realized she hated the media. With some encouragement from her husband and a passion to report the news, Minute with Mads was born. Minute with Mads is an Instagram feed that shares the top news happening around the world, in just one minute. Creating a following of over 50k followers, Madison shares tips on how she leveraged social media to build a growing platform for her followers.   Follow us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast and visit our website
October 23, 2019
Today, we dive into the world of business law! But instead of trying to decipher the legal jargon that makes our heads spin, we’re going to walk away from this episode with some clear direction; and Jim Hart of Hawthorn Law is here to help. Jim established his law firm in 2010, and since then—has dedicated himself to teaching entrepreneurs how to establish and protect their business. So tune-in and get ready to take notes—so you can be prepared to build your business the right way!   Visit us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast and check-out our website
October 16, 2019
This week we have the pleasure of speaking with Andrew Gabbard from Shipping Easy. Andrew takes the time to share with us the different ways to go about shipping and how vital it is to your business. It is important to not put shipping on the back-burner and really make it a priority when thinking about fulfilling your orders. Their amazing platform allows you to not only keep track of your shipping needs, but also implement marketing campaigns to keep you engaged with your customers.   Be sure to follow us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast and check-out our website
October 9, 2019
Today, we have Jill Stanton, who founded Screw the Nine to Five—with her husband Josh Stanton. After a very cold winter in Toronto, working jobs they didn’t love, Jill and Josh set out to create a future that would allow them freedom, fulfillment, and most importantly—a chance to escape the cold. Fast forward to today, Jill and Josh are well-traveled, live abroad in warmer climates, and have become true masters of the online business model. Tune-in to hear her tips on building an online business, as well as how they manage to work together successfully—as a married couple.   Find us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast and visit our website
October 2, 2019
On today’s episode, we have the LuLaRoe Marketing Wizard, Justin Lyon. Before LuLaRoe, Justin was a talent producer of the cult-classic kids’ show, Yo Gabba Gabba. He’s the go-to guy, with a knack for building relationships and tapping into his extensive network of able and accomplished people. Justin joins the show this week to talk about the skill of networking. Get ready to hear his advice on entering the world of networking with confidence!   Follow us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast and visit our website
September 25, 2019
Brenner Adams, a serial entrepreneur—like so many of you—is the co-founder and CEO of The LINK Group; a FinTech startup in Silicon Slopes, Utah’s technology hub. As well as a Venture Partner at Mountain Pacific Venture Fund, the Strategic Liaison for the government agency Team Cote d’azur,! He’s also an Advisor to Church and State, a non profit business incubation platform. And if that’s not all, Brenner is a professor of entrepreneurship at the University of Utah’s Eccles School of Business. Quite the extensive resume right? Get your notebooks out and joins us and Brenner to talk about how to prioritize with actual strategy in mind!   Find us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast and visit our website
September 18, 2019
This week we welcome Dan Ralphs, founder of Dream Leadership Consulting. Dan brings years of study, as well as tried and true experience as a corporate dream coach to his leadership approach. Dan maintains that by encouraging dreaming, and supporting people in the pursuit of their dreams—deepens trust, promotes engagement, and improves productivity. Dan encourages entrepreneurs to make dreaming an integral part in their businesses and personal lives. Tune-in to hear how your dreams can strengthen your business!   Be sure to follow us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast and visit our website
September 11, 2019
This week, we bring you The Budgetnista, Tiffany Aliche. Tiffany shares her incredible entrepreneurial journey, as well as her expertise on budgeting and financial management—for you and your business. Tiffany founded The Budgetnista empire during the 2009 recession to make financial education available within her community. She developed a curriculum for the United Way and has written several books—including the best seller The One Week Budget. Tiffany’s passion for financial education extends beyond her own business; and this week, tune in to hear how her incredible tactics can work for you.   Follow us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast and visit our website
September 4, 2019
This week, we have the pleasure of interviewing Elizabeth Frazier. Elizabeth is the founder and creator of Hero Bands, a philanthropic business whose mission is to bring awareness to the prevalence of human trafficking, as well as aid in the rescue of those taken. Her mission is a very personal one, being trafficked herself for 25 years; Elizabeth joins the show to talk about survival, rebuilding, and hope.   Find us at  Social Media @makeyourselfpodcast
August 28, 2019
Today’s topic is about being overwhelmed, and how we can overcome it. We’d all agree that starting a business can bring some significant stress, which is why we’re so excited to welcome Dr. Samantha Brody to this week’s episode. Dr. Samantha Brody is a licensed Naturopathic physician and Acupuncturist in Oregon; who also runs a virtual arm of her business through coaching and client consultations around the globe. Dr. Brody is also the author of the recently released Overcoming Overwhelm: Dismantle Stress from the Inside Out. Tune-in to hear the ways you can overcome being overwhelmed and make your life that much more fulfilling.   Be sure to visit our website and social media @makeyourselfpodcast
August 21, 2019
Today we have the pleasure of welcoming Jenny Eu, CEO and founder of Three Trees; a company that specializes in the creation of premium almond and nut milks! When Jenny was a little girl, she would take long walks with her grandmother through the forests in Taiwan—and it was there that she learned to appreciate the flavor of whole natural foods; which in turn inspired her to create Three Trees. Jenny shares the steps it took to enter the food market and really immerse herself in the entrepreneurial world. Her cold-calling and door-knocking put Three Trees on the map, making it one of the fastest growing natural products.   Find us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast Website:
August 14, 2019
Have you ever wanted that designer bag, but didn’t want to go into debt to get it? CEO and founder of Reel, Daniela Corrente, has a solution that makes it easy to save your money so you can treat yourself. Daniela joins the show and shares how her company motivates and guides you to save your money, so you can make the purchases you are dreaming of, without getting into crazy credit card debt. In addition, she tells us about her journey as an immigrant coming to the states and breaking all obstacles by becoming a successful entrepreneur.   Find us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast Website:
August 7, 2019
Metro Public Relations CEO, Tess Finkle, joins the show to share her incredible journey from starting at ground zero without clients or entertainment industry connections, to making her agency into the award winning establishment it is today. Tess explains how operating in a partnership is the key to her success, as well as when it’s an appropriate time to seek PR.   Find us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast Website:
July 31, 2019
This week, we talk about what you need to start a non-profit organization. We had the pleasure of speaking with Isabell Bogosian, who started with her daughter, The Sasha Project LA. As an infant, Sasha was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and she uses her artistic skills to paint on denim for anyone. Sasha’s denim has been noticed by big players in business and in Hollywood. Her work has been seen on A-list celebrities, such as Rachel Zoe, Kristin Bell, and Katy Perry. They have big plans for the Sasha Project LA and we are so excited for you to tune-in this week and hear their remarkable story.   Find us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast Website:
July 24, 2019
On this week’s episode, we are so happy to be interviewing founder and CEO Rachel Nilsson, from the popular kids clothing line, Rags. Like many entrepreneurs, Rachel’s business started out of necessity, but she has since created an amazing company by focusing on manageable and sustainable growth. Rachel shares valuable takeaways you can add to your business, so tune in and get your notebooks ready!   Find us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast Website:
July 17, 2019
This week, we welcome back Richie Norton, who conducts a one-on-one business coaching session with entrepreneur, Stephanie Hitchins—founder of Shop Blondee. Working full-time and struggling to find the proper systems to move forward, Stephanie will be sharing her roadblocks with Richie in hopes of taking her business to the next level. Get ready to listen to this amazing session and see how Richie open’s Stephanie’s mind to thinking outside of the box.   Find us on social @makeyourselfpodcast  Website:
July 10, 2019
This week, we welcome prestigious business coach and owner, Richie Norton; bestselling author of The Power of Starting Something Stupid, as well as the #1 Kindle by Amazon download, Résumés Are Dead and What to Do About It. As an international speaker / consultant for the corporate growth and personal development industries, a social entrepreneur, and CEO and Founder of Global Consulting Circle—Richie’s entrepreneurial knowledge is far from reproach. Tune-in this week to see what it’s like working with a business coach and what it takes to build that relationship.   Find us on social @makeyourselfpodcast  Website:
July 3, 2019
Want to start a business, but don’t have the capital? Well then you’re going to want to tune into this week’s episode! Nathan Latka, serial entrepreneur and podcast host, shares his knowledge and shares how his latest book—How to be a Capitalist Without Any Capital—will help you do just that. Did we mention he is 29 and retired? This is one episode you won’t want to miss! And be sure to pick up a copy of his book, so you can start building your dream business today.   Find us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast Website:
June 25, 2019
This week, Nicole Grinnell and Liz Goddard from CC: My Admin, LLC tell us about their journey of leaving their corporate jobs to start an operational support business. CC: My Admin, LLC supports entrepreneurs and businesses alike, by providing top virtual assistants. In this day and age, Nicole and Liz share why having a virtual assistant is the way to go.   Find us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast Website:
June 19, 2019
Collaboration Consultant, Baily Hancock, has built her business around helping small businesses develop the tools and resources they need to take advantage of collaborations. A natural-born connector and professional friend-maker, Baily has spent her life expanding and nurturing her network—while helping others connect with each other. Tune-in to get all the deets on what you need to know when seeking collaborations! Find us on social media @makeyourselfpodcast Website:
June 12, 2019
This week we bring you 14-year-old millionaire prodigy Alina Morse—CEO and co-founder of Zolli Candy; an all- natural, sugar free candy brand that cleans your teeth. Founding her company at seven-years-old , Alina’s determination to offer a product that could truly help others was the driving force that launched her product into the market.   @makeyourselfpodcast
June 5, 2019
This week, we welcome Brianna Wiest—an accomplished writer who proves the notion of a starving artist is just a myth, and that persistence and consistency can turn a creative endeavor into a financially lucrative business. She shares a variety of ways to have your work viewed by the right people to have your stories shared in various publications. Brianna also chats with us about the victim mindset and what one needs to do to overcome the obstacle of feeling like the world is against you.   @makeyourselfpodcast
May 29, 2019
Do you ever have those days when you feel like you can take on the world? Natalie Norton calls this being “radically productive”. Natalie joins the show to share how to balance a crazy workload with consistent progress in your personal and work life. Tune-in to catch her tips and tricks on how you can be radically productive every day.
May 22, 2019
Motivational leader, Trent Shelton joins the show to talk about the importance of finding your purpose and doing what you love. Explore the ways Shelton's newest book—The Greatest You can help in your personal and business life!
May 15, 2019
Serena Flowers, creator of the General Store at Coachella music festival, shares her insight to negotiating and closing those seemingly impossible sales. Landing her store in various music festivals across the country, her formula to success seems to be the real deal.
May 8, 2019
Do you know the difference between business and personal credit, and the importance of keeping them separate? Credit professional and educator, Gerri Detweiler from NAV, joins the show to share why this separation is crucial to the entrepreneurial business. Featured in 300+ media outlets, and author of hundreds of articles and five books—Gerri has the credit expertise you need.
May 1, 2019
Born into a family of wine entrepreneurs, Marisa Sergi knew it was a legacy she wanted to carry on. Attending Cornell and majoring in Enology and Viticulture, she used her experience from her family to make wine for her capstone project. Fast forward eight years later, RedHead wine is growing each year landing in major stores on the East Coast. This episode highlights Marisa’s achievements, despite the personal challenges she faced growing up.
April 24, 2019
GET READY! This week, Megan Elliott—one of Atlanta’s top ten bloggers—joins the show to discuss her journey and what it takes to become a successful blogger.
April 17, 2019
Did you know children at the age of three can understand the importance of saving and spending? For April Literacy Month, we spoke with a special guest on the Make Yourself podcast...Jeneane Glista, creator of the Emmy winning show Biz Kids. Jeneane shared with us how she teaches financial literacy and entrepreneurship to children; helping them manage their finances, and teaching them how to be financially responsible. Tune-in for some foundational insight that’s applicable to any business and all ages.
April 10, 2019
Kristen Hadeed, motivational speaker and author of Permission to Screw Up, joins the show to talk about her entrepreneurial journey. With a driven spirit at just 8 years old, Kristen was always looking for new ventures to immerse herself in; overcoming any obstacles that stood in her way. Now the CEO of Student Maid, she’s acquired her fair share of wisdom. Tune-in this week for some unforgettable tips and motivation to becoming the entrepreneur you want to be!
April 3, 2019
Imagine becoming a successful clothing designer for Nordstrom at 13 years-old? Tune-in this week to hear Isabella Rose Taylor’s story of becoming an entrepreneur and the challenges she overcame after doing so; as well as the importance of taking a step back to re-evaluate your next move.
March 27, 2019
Being a self-starter and one to constantly educate herself, Kaitlyn Hoever—a successful Independent Fashion Retailer for LuLaRoe—joins us to talk about her incredible journey in becoming an entrepreneur. She highlights the importance in taking matters into your own hands to achieve the goals you desire.
March 20, 2019
In 2008, the recession hit and companies were left with no other choice, but to drastically downsize. Cat Choate, Global PR Director for Quiksilver at the time, realized she had two options when she’d lost her job: Dwell on the unchangeable circumstances or create her very own events company. Tune-in to hear how Cat chose not to fall into the victim mindset and instead build a successful business producing events for major brands.
March 13, 2019
Grant Zanini, from Common Thread Collective and ADMISSION, joins the show and shares with us the program his agency developed—educating entrepreneurs on the importance of understanding profits before investing in advertising. Join us this week and be sure to visit our website for a live webinar happening on March 21, 2019 at 1pm PT. Follow the link to register:
March 6, 2019
Brooke White (American Idol top five contestant) and Summer Bellessa (model for Deal or No Deal) from The Girls with Glasses, join the show to talk about the ways they’ve implemented motherhood into their career opportunities. Rather than seeing it as an obstacle, they turned to each other and created The Girls with Glasses. If you are looking for a pick-me-up today, this is the confidence boost you need!
February 27, 2019
On this week’s episode, Jen and Pete Bayreuther share the incredible ways they have involved their community in their LuLaRoe business. These two Independent Fashion Retailers’ mantra is to place value over product and they explain how they reached incredible results by running their business through this belief!
February 20, 2019
Join us for a bonus episode, where Chrissy Powers takes us through a meditation she calls, Safe Space Visualization. As one her practices used to help entrepreneurs seek the answers they're looking for, Chrissy believes meditation is a key resource when embarking on a business endeavor or when you just can't seem to think out of the box.
February 13, 2019
City of Corona Treasurer and Founder of Pacific Capital, Chad Willardson, joins the show to discuss what to look for when searching for a financial advisor. Sharing various tools and resources, Chad’s mission shows us the importance of value one should place on their client to make their business stand out from the rest.
February 6, 2019
Amelia Lyon, host of the Make Yourself podcast, started her career as a successful wedding photographer, being featured in top bridal magazines and blogs. Hitting a wall and feeling overwhelmed, Amelia knew it was time for a change and to set some boundaries. Mastering and teaching others time management tools, Amelia shares the motivation she found to not become overwhelmed with her business and personal life.
January 30, 2019
Jill Brady, host of the Make Yourself podcast, shares her journey through her career in working for a top financial institution—as well how to manage the work-life balance! Four beautiful children later and now hosting a podcast, Jill shares the obstacles she faced and how she used them to her advantage to get ahead.
January 23, 2019
Starting a business can be nerve-racking, but sometimes all you need is a little motivation and the right companions. Elise Wallas, Carrie Lundell, and Kelly Hitchcock from Sparkle Athletic, join us to discuss their journey of entering a successful business together and how they made their partnership work.
January 16, 2019
Join Jill Brady and Amelia Lyon as they talk with Andrea Bell and Cynthia Dipierro from WGSN about the various ways to implement upcoming trends and using them to forecast business strategies.
December 21, 2018
Kelly Callaghan, a motivated and determined beauty expert, established  her career from nothing to generating six figures in just two years. Using her success story as a way to mentor others in her field, she has become an international inspiration—making a name for herself by teaching the tricks of the trade and encouraging women to be fearless in their business. Listen in to see what she had to share with us!
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