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Stephanie Hayes

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2021: Health in the Hills Part 2 | Stephanie Hayes

Student Pack Podcast

In this episode of the Student Pack Podcast, we hear from Stephanie Hayes who works for the West Virginia Department of Education in Charleston. Resources-FACES: https://www.facebook.com/McDowell-County-FACES-510994292311864/Help For WV - 844-HELPWVCrisis Text Line Text HOME to 741741National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255Trans Lifeline 1-877-565-8860 (for the transgender community)Trevor Lifeline 1-866-488-7386 (for LGBTQ youth)

12mins

24 Mar 2021

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Reduce Business Friction through Alignment with Stephanie Hayes

FlowPreneur™ Unshakeable Leadership

Tired of do-it-yourself strategies and tactics that don't move a needle in your business performance? Despite the effort you’ve taken to fit the puzzle pieces, there’s little progress?  When you’re not crystal clear about what you want your business to do for you and your consumers, this happens. Only when there’s alignment that your business will be in a state of flow and continually grow.  Stephanie Hayes works with experienced entrepreneurs who have built successful businesses but aren't sure what's next. She helps them create a business model that works for them and plan to get to their next level of growth to do the work they want to do and become more profitable. Stephanie has been working with entrepreneurs and small businesses for over 20 years. She has built a number of her businesses. She launched her business strategy and coaching practice in 2015 so she can dedicate her focus to helping entrepreneurs align their businesses with their deepest goals. Stephanie understands that business owners are looking for direct, actionable help and works with her clients to become self-sufficient as well as establish the foundation for continued growth.  In this episode, Stephanie shares how today's leaders face challenges in the alignment of their business model to their pillars of passion. Before you can even begin acting on your strategies and tactics, make sure you are putting your business in the direction where everything flows, so your business grows. What you will learn from this episode:  Discover the four pillars of passion that will help you attain alignment in all the puzzle pieces and drive forward your business Find out why DIY strategies don't help move up your business to where it should go Learn how to be very clear about what your business wants to do for you and for your customers to help you drive decisions for your business to go forward "The phase of business that you're in is really important to understanding where you should prioritize your activities." - Stephanie Hayes Topics Covered: 01:42 - What do leaders need to put in place before piling up tactics to their days  02:36 - The four pillars of passion that help assess entrepreneurs on  04:08 - Why the need to align your passion around who you are and your goal  06:31 - What a Frankenstein business looks like  07:43 - Why piecing things together in isolation and doing DIY is not a good idea for your business to move forward  09:32 - An actionable tip for business owners to get themselves aligned: Know yourself better and go back to those four pillars.  11:32 - What does your business need to do for you?  13:52 - Finding meaning in what you're doing  14:14 - FREE 30-minute strategy call with Stephanie, click here: http://www.stephaniehayes.biz/flowpreneur 15:02 - What stage of the business are you at and how well do you know the stage of business that you're at right now  15:48 - The different business phases that indicate where you're at in your business  18:22 - An interesting key point from Stephanie that we can all derive inspiration from Key Takeaways: "The biggest challenge for leaders, I would say, number one is getting alignment in their business and this is sort of the place that they need to start before they start piling tactics on to their days."  Resources: Get your FREE 30-minute strategy call with Stephanie, click here: http://www.stephaniehayes.biz/flowpreneur Connect with Stephanie Hayes: Website: https://www.stephaniehayes.biz/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stephaniehayescoach/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/stephaniehayes Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/stephaniehayescoach/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephaniedhayes/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stephaniehayes.biz/ 

20mins

15 Oct 2020

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#303 - Paul Felten, Joe DeNardo & Stephanie Hayes on Slow Machine

Film at Lincoln Center Podcast

In this special 58th New York Film Festival edition of the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, NYFF programmer Tyler Wilson is joined by co-directors Paul Felten & Joe DeNardo and star Stephanie Hayes of the funny and alluring Slow Machine. Featuring an intriguingly eclectic cast—including experimental theater performers Hayes and Scott Shepherd, the musician Eleanor Friedberger, and Chloë Sevigny—Slow Machine follows an actress whose intimate relationship with a shadowy NYPD-affiliated operative ends abruptly and disastrously, leading her to hide out in a country house otherwise occupied by a band preparing their new record. The film explodes and reassembles the thriller genre, producing a work on paranoia, surveillance, and performance.Get nationwide virtual tickets here: https://www.filmlinc.org/nyff2020/films/slow-machine/

23mins

8 Oct 2020

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CCBAG_0573 Environmental Rating Scales With Stephanie Hayes

Child Care Bar And Grill

Stephanie Hayes joins us for some discussion of environmental rating scales.Thanks for listening!Like the show? Consider supporting our work by becoming a Patron , shopping our Amazon Link, or sharing it with someone who might enjoy it. You can leave a comment or ask a question here.Click the links for more Jeff or Lisa.

44mins

31 Jan 2020

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Stephanie Hayes, Socia Fundadora de Kitchen Nail.

Capitaliza tu Talento

Capitaliza tu Talento con Fernando Zea y Andrea Mercado presenta: Stephanie Hayes, Socia Fundadora de Kitchen Nail.Los mejores invitados, el mejor contenido...Capitaliza tu Talento, compartiendo contenido de valor.Síguenos en nuestras redes sociales y escúchanos en vivo en YouTube y Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/capitalizatalento

56mins

27 Jan 2020

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Stephanie Hayes, Socia Fundadora de Kitchen Nail.

Capitaliza tu Talento

Capitaliza tu Talento con Fernando Zea y Andrea Mercado presenta: Stephanie Hayes, Socia Fundadora de Kitchen Nail.Los mejores invitados, el mejor contenido...Capitaliza tu Talento, compartiendo contenido de valor.Síguenos en nuestras redes sociales y escúchanos en vivo en YouTube y Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/capitalizatalento

56mins

27 Jan 2020

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Stephanie Hayes: How to Find Alignment, Use Slow Business, and Discover Your Passion to Design a Business You Love

The Good Life Coach

Stephanie Hayes is a small business strategist whose personalized approach helps entrepreneurs achieve next-level growth. In her more than two decades of experience, she has worked with over 400 clients, run five of her own companies and obtained a master’s degree in business and technology. Stephanie creates highly-customized business models that have enabled clients to double and triple their income without working longer hours. Whether they are service providers or product creators, Stephanie helps them build the confidence and find the clarity they need to feel energized by their new business direction. We discuss how to design a business you love by embracing your feminine energy, using slow business, finding alignment and understanding your passion -- to illuminate your path to success. The show notes are at https://thegoodlifecoach.com/040 Key Takeaways: Understanding when and how to use feminine energy in your work. We discuss "slow business" and the benefits of using this approach instead of "pushing" through with your business Stephanie discusses the importance of business alignment and how to achieve this. We talk about her Four Pillars of Passion and the related essential questions you need to ask in order to create success professionally and personally. Stephanie's 4 Pillars of Passion: Who is your ideal client? What is your favorite service or product you want to bring into the world? What is the one experience that you want to be able to do in your work — for example, being a connector no matter what in your business What is your ideal way to work?  For ex, one on one or maybe you don’t want projects.  Or maybe you need to work remotely. Stephanie's 3 Best Tips for Living a Good Life: Divorce yourself from how you think your life “SHOULD” turn out. Don’t judge yourself.  You have permission to optimize your life as much as you can.  Go after what you want. Remember to do things just for fun!   We are so judgmental of things that have no productivity attached to it. Resources + Books: Stephanie's website + offer:  http:// www.stephaniehayes.biz/goodlifecoach Michele on Instagram Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, or on your favorite podcast player -- and be sure to follow Michele on Instagram! Thank you so much for listening! Please share today's show with a friend. It would be SO appreciated if you would take a moment to rate + review the show. I'd love to here from you, if you have questions or comments, visit me here. If you'd like to advertise or sponsor the show, you can reach out here. This episode was sponsored by Design a Life You Love, A Woman's Guide to Living a Happier and More Fulfilled Life. My book includes 52 inspirations, one for every week of the year, each with practical tips to guide you to self-love and success on your own terms. It makes a great gift for yourself or a friend! Directions on How to Rate + Review the Podcast: If you enjoyed this episode, would you please take a minute to review it on iTunes? 1. Click on this link 2. Click “View in iTunes” button 3. Click “Subscribe” button 4. Click “Ratings and Reviews” text 5. Click to rate and leave short review and you’re done!

50mins

7 Aug 2019

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Coaching, alignment and asking for what you want and need as an entrepreneur with Stephanie Hayes - A Real Women in Buisness interview with Cass McCrory

Real Women in Business with Cass McCrory

In this episode, we meet Stephanie Hayes, a business strategist and coach who works with small businesses and solo entrepreneurs and specializes in growth strategy. We talk about the difference you feel from friction to alignment, how to give yourself permission to ask for what you want, and this idea that “should” actually means “I wish I didn’t have to.”Stephanie has worked in the entrepreneur and small business space for her entire career and found her place as a strategist. She shares the key to having balance in your life, what the Four Pillars of Passion are and how they can reconfigure your approach to success. She reflects on the challenges of being a working parent and her approach to what it means to fail in the business world. To connect with Stephanie, visit her website www.setphaniehayes.biz or follow her on Instagram @stephaniehayes.biz. If you’re interested in learning more about alignment in your business strategy, join Stephanie on June 12th for a free live workshop, “Do This, Not That! A 6-Step No-BS Framework for Growing a Business You Actually Like in 2019” at 11 AM PST. Register on her website at www.stephaniehayes.biz/free-workshop-june122019/. 

52mins

10 Jun 2019

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161 | How to Automate Your Client Onboarding with Stephanie Hayes

Systems Saved Me

This episode is sponsored by Acuity Scheduling. Check out our Free 20 Minute Acuity Scheduling Training here.Today's episode is about a way to automate your client onboarding using ActiveCampaign! A great CRM system that I use myself!GUEST BIO: Swiss-Canadian powerhouse Stephanie Hayes is on the speed-dial of founders and executives at innovative start-ups, small businesses, and corporate entities. When it’s time to grow, she swoops in to design custom growth strategies that reach the companies’ goals fast!This no-nonsense adrenaline junky brings over two-decades of experience to the table and today we get the pleasure to pick her brain. Welcome Stephanie Hayes!WHERE TO FIND GUEST: WebsiteFacebookTwitterInstagramLINKS MENTIONED:How Scalable Are You? Quiz See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

24mins

8 May 2019

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Why a Solid Business Model is Paramount to Success with Stephanie Hayes

The Nicole Holland Show

With over 20 years of experience, Stephanie Hayes helps entrepreneurs, small business owners, and corporate executives who have plateaued or reached the edge of their comfort level to excel. Sought out because of her knack for being able to see the big picture and her expertise to design, plan, and implement the next phase of their business, Stephanie thrives in transforming the fears and struggles of her clients into opportunities and successes. Website Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Instagram Click Here to Tweet to Stephanie & Nicole Building a Better Business Model with Stephanie Hayes Meet Stephanie: full-time mom, business coach and strategist who shares with me the power of building your business on a solid foundational model and how to truly create balance between your personal and professional life. Stephanie has been working with startups in the online business space for over 20 years and has been in business for herself for the past 15. It’s through this work that she’s discovered where many businesses fail: they’re built on shaky foundations. Building a better business model and leveling up is the essence of what Stephanie does for her clients. In addition, Stephanie has learned how to fully align her business to what she wants in life -- not the other way around. Read on for the full interview.   What is your business and what do you do?  I am a business coach and strategist. I work with experienced entrepreneurs who are looking to level up their business and mature the way that they are working with their own clients. I work with them usually in a one on one capacity sometimes in a group. We’re building a framework for them to have a sustainable business that can grow. How long have you been in business?  Formally in my coaching business for about five years. Informally I've been working with small businesses and startups for the last 20 years. It's been really fun to have my feet in both the small business and the corporate camp because I get to see how we can marry both together to give small business owners what they really need. When did you know you wanted to be an entrepreneur and how did you get started? I have been an entrepreneur at heart since I was a young child and I always knew that I wanted to own my own business. It took me a little while but I was able to finally make that happen about 15 years ago. Before that, I've been working in startups my entire life in the technology space. And so I got a lot of exposure to seeing how small businesses and startups grow, and all the things that they need to do. When you're in that kind of environment, you have to do all the things, you have to play all the roles and you have to get all of that experience. So by the time I started up my own business, I already had a lot of that under my belt. But I've always had that entrepreneurial spirit along the way. I moved into being an entrepreneur mentor at the University of British Columbia and worked with small businesses and startups who wanted to become funded for the the ideas that they had. It all kind of all progress naturally. Eventually people started asking me, can you help me with my business? Can you help me figure out what's wrong? Can you help me get to that next stage of growth? It became really obvious that what I wanted to do was not do the work within the business itself, but help these businesses see the forest for the trees. So it gradually evolved to the point where I recognize what I was really good at is that bigger picture of the strategy and being able to see all the pieces working together. A few years ago, I actually formalized that capacity, and now I work as a coach and a strategist helping all of these different businesses, whether they're a product business or service business or something in between, establish their strategy, their business model and realign their businesses so that they can implement.

33mins

10 Apr 2019

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