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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Carrie Sheffield. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Carrie Sheffield, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Carrie Sheffield. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Carrie Sheffield, often where they are interviewed.

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The McLaughlin Group November 15, 2019 With Guest Panelist Carrie Sheffield, National Editor for Accuracy in Media

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Nov 16 2019 · 40mins
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Bold and Beloved Community with Carrie Sheffield

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Carrie Sheffield dreams really big. And she doesn’t just dream, she takes action. Her big, hair, audacious goal (some call it a “BHAG”) was creating a media empire in BOLD Media.


She’s getting there and it’s awesome to watch from pretty close by. I’ve known Carrie for many years on the DC media scene, but we only recently spoke more personally, and it’s been a treat. She’s a truly, genuine person to respect and quite the role model for young women today.


Carrie says:


“We exist because we want to build the beloved community that Martin Luther King spoke about….the concept of beloved community, we believe that exists here and now and it’s our responsibility to build that everyday.”


In today’s episode, we talk about how she went from a DC intern to writing op/eds for some of the nation’s most well-known newspapers, speaking to thousands and starting her own media company.


BOLD isn’t just any old platform. It seems to bring diverse minds together to talk about difficult issues in a civil and respectful way. You can find panels live on BOLD throughout everyday, featuring people of all colors and ideologies.


As the company partners with more publications, organizations and potentially TV networks, there’s no doubt you’ll be seeing BOLD on your screen in the near future if you haven’t already. Carrie is living out her dream beautifully — and psst, she was just featured in the Wall Street Journal column, “The Secrets of Wealthy Women.”


What we talked about:


* BOLD Media* Crazy Christians* Zero to One by Peter Thiel* Blue Ocean Strategy* Mastery by Robert Greene* Secrets of Wealthy Women podcast* Financial Grownup podcast


Connect with Carrie:


* Facebook* Twitter* Instagram

Apr 02 2019 · 45mins

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Interview with Ms. Carrie Sheffield

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Dr. Dionne interviews Trump supporter, ex-Mormon and Harvard educated CEO of BoldTV, Ms. Carrie Sheffield. Listen as Ms. Sheffield shares her fascinating personal and professional story about attending 17 different public schools growing up, why she underwent a political transition away from being a “Never Trump Conservative” to being a Trump supporter, and why she started BOLD, including the importance of having constructive, bi-partisan dialogue.

Jul 27 2018 · 32mins
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131: Carrie Sheffield: On Building a Bold Media Business and Standing By Your Convictions

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Carrie Sheffield is a "musician brat" who grew up between here and there and went to 17 different public schools while traveling with her family, who were all musicians. So she knows how to adapt in ever-changing environments -- including changes that she initiated herself contrary to popular opinion, such as leaving the Mormon church after attending a Mormon college, deciding to become a political journalist rather than a stay-at-home mom, choosing not to support the president-elect during the campaign season, and launching her own media company bold.global, which has a mission of shifting the conversation around politics to one that is bi-partisan although Carrie is a strict conservative.

But one thing Carrie had to learn within the past year is that standing by your convictions isn’t always convenient, especially for business. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Carrie speaks openly how she has evolved as the leader of her one-year-old startup, how she's shifting the vision for her business, how she is remaining committed to her principles and how self care and stoicism have changed her life.

On this episode you’ll learn:

Why it's important to find your own voice.You have to know your audience.Your brand will evolve beyond your vision.The power of working with partners.How to approach potential partners.3 things she wishes she knew about startups.Don't be afraid to stand by your principles even when it's inconvenient.Don't sacrifice self-care.Be more adaptable, don't be attached to any particular partner or vision.What she learned about simplicity, patience and compassion.Why you have to be your number one supporter. 

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Show notes, links, contacts and resources for this episode may be found at supportissexypodcast.com

[Music: "Time Flux" by Revolution Void]

Jan 02 2017 · 1hr 7mins

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661: Abby Huntsman and Carrie Sheffield and their Transitions Out of Mormonism

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As part of the 2016 Mormon Transitions New York Retreat we interview journalists Abby Huntsman and Carrie Sheffield.  In this interview they discuss their transitions out of Mormonism.

Oct 19 2016 · 56mins