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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Laura Bartlett. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Laura Bartlett, often where they are interviewed.

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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Laura Bartlett. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Laura Bartlett, often where they are interviewed.

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Self-Care Comes First - Laura Bartlett

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This episode of Bonjour Bitch features Laura Bartlett, an inspiring CEO, Mentor and Speaker. Laura is the CEO and Founder of House of Coco Travel magazine, a source of wanderlust vacations and trips. Laura prides herself on inspiring and empowering people to create the life of their dreams with financial, location and creative freedom. In this episode, Charlotte asks and explores the role of self-care in Laura’s life professionally and personally, and why, in today’s COVID world it is more important than ever.

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Oct 27 2020 · 29mins
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Building A Successful Magazine After Bankruptcy with Laura Bartlett

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Laura Bartlett is the award winning founding Editor of House of Coco luxury travel magazine. Sold all over the world as well as in stores like Harrods and Selfridges, she built this business from the group up with zero investment. Laura is a larger than life example of failure breeding strength after going through a bankruptcy, failed company and facing rejection in front of millions of people on the BBC's Dragons Den. Laura is a #girboss with a passion for inspiring people to live their best lives.

Listen to this episode to learn…

  • How Laura went from liquidating her company to launching a luxury travel magazine

  • The story behind her appearance on BBC’s Dragons Den (and how she turned rejection into success)
  • Why she launched a print magazine when everyone was jumping on the digital hype

Connect with Laura on her Instagram at @laurabartlett0 and check out the latest issue of House of Coco Magazine!

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Aug 26 2020 · 37mins

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090: Turning Failure into a Dream Come True with Laura Bartlett

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If you believe FAIL stands for First Attempt In Learning, then you have something in common with today's guest. 

Laura Bartlett overcomes failure and public rejection in front of millions of people on Dragon's Den, a British reality show where entrepreneurs pitch their business idea to a panel of venture capitalists. Think Shark Tank. 

Today, Laura owns one of the most successful travel magazines in the UK called House of Coco. Despite starting her business with zero euros in uncertain times, she has learned the art of pivoting and the secret to keeping her team of 50 motivated to inspire readers to live their best lives. 

In this episode, you will hear:

  • About the House of Coco and what makes their culture so amazing
  • Handling negative comments about you
  • Finding people who are in your corner
  • Creating a business that allows you to rest and fighting the guilt of not working
  • Laura’s secret to success
  • Keeping things in perspective regularly – not just in bad moments

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If you really enjoyed this episode, we've created a PDF that has all of the key information for you from the episode. Just go to the episode page at https://trivinia.com​ to download it.

Supporting Resources:

www.HouseofCoco.net

Self-Sabotage and Trusting The Process with Doug Brackmann (Episode 71): https://trivinia.com/episode-71-self-sabotage-and-trusting-the-process-with-doug-brackmann

Do You Have Someone in Your Corner That Will Call The Fight? (Episode 65): https://trivinia.com/episode-065-do-you-have-someone-in-your-corner-that-will-call-the-fight

Why Joining A Mastermind Could Be The Answer You’re Looking For (Episode 10):

https://trivinia.com/why-joining-a-mastermind-could-be-the-answer-youre-looking-for

Taking Care of Your Body, to Grow Your Business with Curtis Christopherson (Episode 13):

https://trivinia.com/taking-care-of-your-body-to-grow-your-business-with-curtis-christopherson

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He helps thought leaders, influencers, executives, HR professionals, recruiters, lawyers, realtors, bloggers, coaches, and authors create, launch, and produce podcasts that grow their business and impact the world.

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Aug 25 2020 · 30mins
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Be True to Yourself, with Laura Bartlett

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Episode 71, We interviewed Laura Bartlett. Laura is the most fierce female, a powerhouse in the publishing world and has overcome failure and rejection in front of millions on Dragons Den to now owning one of the most successful travel magazines in the UK. She has had to learn the art of pivoting in uncertain times and still manages to keep our team of 50 motivated to inspire our readers to live their best lives. With experience in cultivating a life of her dreams, building a 6 figure business and overcoming failure, Laura is tenacious, funny and so inspirational. 

Twitter: @Laurabartlett0
Linkedin: Laura Bartlett
Facebook: @houseofcocomag
Instagram: @house_of_coco and @laurabartlett0

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Jun 20 2020 · 34mins

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The future of travel publishing with Laura Bartlett, Founder of House of Coco magazine | Call from Leeds, UK

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On this episode of Adventure Calls, I spoke with Laura Bartlett, the founder of House of Coco, a luxury print travel magazine sold on the newsstands in London. During a time when the world became overrun with travel Instagrammers, Laura chose to go in the opposite direction, launching a print magazine, with the goal of creating a platform that allowed her and her team to travel and live their best lives. It definitely worked. Today, Laura has over 50 creators who create content for the magazine, inspiring readers to see the world and step out of their comfort zone. 

Born in Leeds, England, Laura started a few different magazines and had an unsuccessful pitch on an episode of Dragon’s Den, the show that inspired the US show, Shark Tank, before landing big with House of Coco. She is a larger than life example of failure breeding strength, and the tenacity it takes to make it in the world of publishing today. 

In this call, we discuss the role of travel magazines in the current climate of COVID-19, and how she thinks print magazines will fare in the future, once  the world starts back up traveling again. 

Note: This next Adventure Call took place roughly four weeks ago, the world has changed yet again, and it wouldn’t be right to continue without acknowledging that. There is a second pandemic that has erupted since the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmend Aubrey and Breonna Taylor, among others. The disease of racism has always been there, and has now come to light with millions marching around the world. In March, when I realized that travel, as we knew it, would stop for a while, part of what made that chill run down my spine has nothing to do with the money and jobs that are lost. Travel opens our minds and our hearts to each other in a way that no other action can do. You meet strangers and people who don’t look like you at a time when you are not bogged down with work, or chores, and your spirit is open and ready to receive new information. “Vacation” is a trojan horse that lets light in to our fear of the ‘other’. 

In the words of Mark Twain, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime.” Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness. That is what drives me and what makes me passionate about helping people explore the world. You can not generalize when you know so many specific cases. You can not stereotype all black people, all latinos, all asians, all white people, when you have seen, with your own eyes, the different ways in which all humans live, the different societies in which different people thrive. I stand with the Black Lives Matter movement and I stand with the protestors. 

This episode can be found at www.jessicadrucker.com/ac7
All Adventure Calls episodes can be found at www.jessicadrucker.com/adventurecalls

Adventure Calls is produce, edited and hosted by Jessica Drucker. Follow
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Jun 07 2020 · 35mins
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Laura Bartlett - Series 1: Feature 10 Episode 3

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Our guest is Laura Bartlett: @laurabartlett0

Laura is and entrepreneur and mentor and is also the CEO of highly regarded @house_of_coco Travel & Style Magazine


In this chat we cover:


+ The importance for her of remaining in Leeds

+ The collective unity The North can have by aligning with one another

+ A mind-set shift of businesses bringing other enterprises through as a collective rather than stifling their opportunities

+ Her original magazine ‘Urban Coco’ launch taking over the Womens floor at Harvey Nicholls

+ Having her content creators living their best lives

+ Details of her experience on Dragon’s Den

+ The situations which lead to her been bankrupt

+ How out of this scenario she founded House of Coco and the reasons and allure to taking the magazine direction to the travel industry

+ Her opinion on print magazine and its longevity

+ The benefits n bonus of print magazine allowing the reader “me time”

+ House of Coco’s ethos

+ The difference between her team of content creators compared to Instagram influencers

+ Combing Instagram and online presence which doesn’t detract from the print magazine


Be sure to tune in and tap into the good vibes that are gonna be oozing throughout each chat


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May 09 2020 · 27mins
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My One Way Ticket From Devastation in the Den to Navigating my International Lifestyle Brand with Laura Bartlett

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We're joined by Laura Bartlett, award-winning Founder & Editor at International Lifestyle Magazine, House of Coco (stocked at Harrods and Selfridges). Having built her business in her twenties with zero investment from the ground up, we explore Laura's journey from being turned away from Dragons Den to now being in high demand from brands across the world. Tune in to hear Laura's inspirational story, using failure as a motivation, how to build an internationally recognised personal and business brand and how to she created her dream business which she can run from anywhere in the world. Learn how to build your personal brand with our FREE 5 Step Personal Brand Accelerator Guide which is available at https://www.livconlon.com/free-personal-brand-guide

Apr 07 2020 · 47mins
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Episode 18: Laura Bartlett on Starting a Print Travel Magazine & How the Publishing Industry Is Making a Comeback

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Join me as I welcome Laura Bartlett to the podcast! She is the founder of House of Coco, a luxury print travel magazine, and is also head of editorial for BossBabe, the #1 platform for ambitious females around the world. Laura tells us all about the ups and downs of how she got started in the publishing world and how she has created a successful print magazine at a time when many have speculated the end of printed publications. You don't want to miss this interview!

You can find the most recent issue of House of Coco at www.houseofcoco.net or search "House of Coco" at the App Store or newstand.co.uk.

Find out more about BossBabe at www.bossbabe.com.

Connect personally with Laura @laurabarlett0.

You can find me @pollinapr and www.pollinapr.com.

For any show ideas or to submit a guest to the podcast, please visit www.pollinapr.com/podcast.
Oct 09 2019 ·
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20. Laura Bartlett - defying the odds and daring to succeed

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Laura Bartlett is a one-woman entrepreneurial whirlwind. In a world that said print journalism is dead, Laura stuck two fingers up to the status quo and founded House Of Coco, a luxury travel and fashion magazine for the "nomadic adventure seeker", of which she is also editor-in-chief. It is, quite simply, beautiful, and there's a reason it's now stocked in Harrods and Selfridges.

When you see the stunning photos of places she travels, Laura's life looks pretty great from the outside, but her career has by no means always been plain sailing. By her mid-twenties Laura had started two successful businesses and taken one to the Dragons' Den (of which more in this episode), but she then made what she thought at the time was a smart business decision that unfortunately led to the subsequent failure of her first magazine, Urban Coco which went into liquidation. Laura was, as she says, pretty broke at this point. Surely starting another magazine wasn't a good idea? Think again. 

Laura's infectious enthusiasm, can-do attitude and overwhelming positivity were really striking to me in this interview. She is not one to lie down or be crushed, even after humiliation on national television. I for one was really inspired by her and was delighted to learn that this week she has been nominated for the 'Outstanding Entrepreneur' award at the Northern Power Women Awards. Good luck Laura! 

Show notes

In this episode we discuss:

  • What Laura wanted to be when she grew up
  • Applying for her first job with no experience and landing a role as a media sales executive
  • Developing her skills in sales and advertising and getting through the ‘no’s’ to get to the ‘yes’
  • Her first business selling handbags via Facebook, and her establishment of a pop-up shop in Birmingham
  • The founding of Urban Coco, a fashion magazine distributed in Leeds, and her her subsequent appearance on Dragon’s Den
  • Resilience, coming back from a bruising experience on television and picking herself up to launch the magazine internationally on news stands the same weekend that the show aired (it was a sell-out by the way!)
  • Going to the Clothes Show Live as a media partner, investing all her money and energy into the event and losing everything on one big gamble. 
  • Starting from a point of bankruptcy to launch House Of Coco, utilising existing content and having the audacity to start a new magazine
  • Running a business without any external investment, and how to generate a profit without having to pitch to investors
  • The practicalities of running a team of 30 people remotely and Laura manages and mentors her team
  • Finding their niche in the industry as a high-end brand that is fearless, brave and honest, but being cautious in the 
  • What’s next for House of Coco, and launching the magazine in Leeds and New York in addition to London
  • Developing #TeamCoco and the #TeamCocoGang, and Laura’s aims for the future in growing a community of brand ambassadors and supporting them in their side hustles
  • The challenges of being a freelancer in the travel industry
  • Being a female leader and developing her career as a young woman in the publishing and magazine industry
  • New trends for destinations in 2019 and the team Laura has on board with different interests which give complementary views on the world
  • Self care in a world of ‘busy fools’, and having ‘Me dates’ such as a solo trip to the cinema or a massage as a reward to herself

Links

Website: https://www.houseofcoco.net

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurabartlett0/ https://www.instagram.com/house_of_coco/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/laurabartlett0 https://twitter.com/House_of_Coco

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/laurabartlett0/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bartlettlaura/ 

Dec 03 2018 · 35mins
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Laura Bartlett: Dragons’ Den Failure to International Superwomen

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Learning how to dust yourself down after failure is one of the key lessons every successful business leader has to learn. A few years ago Laura Bartlett stood in front of millions of viewers on Dragons' Den and was told her idea to produce a magazine for the money she was asking for was impossible. Determined to prove Peter Jones wrong, she went ahead anyway. Five years on and House of Coco is on sale in Selfridges, Harrods and Barnes & Noble. In this podcast Laura shares her incredible story of resilience, smashing goals and living her best life.
Sep 17 2018 · 42mins
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