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28 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Stephanie Lee. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Stephanie Lee, often where they are interviewed.

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28 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Stephanie Lee. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Stephanie Lee, often where they are interviewed.

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Eps 80: How to Get Media Attention Your Business Deserves with Stephanie Lee

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How would you like to take your business to the next level by getting the media attention your business deserves?

As an entrepreneur you have a unique story to tell and when you can get that story published and featured in the media, your audience will grow and your sales will accelerate.

What if I told you it was much easier than you think to get published in major media? We’re talking big names like Forbes, Entrepreneur, GQ, and more...

If you’re thinking; “Yes please!” Then this week’s podcast episode is for you.

This week’s guest on the Untapped Podcast is Stephanie Lee; she is a writer, storyteller, and media strategist dedicated to helping you share your stories and ideas with the world.

Stephanie lived the digital nomad life for 3 years, writing her way around the globe. She quickly started getting published in places like Lifehacker, New York Magazine, and GQ. That’s when she discovered the online business world of creators and coaches with big ideas but without the tools to get published.

Now, she helps entrepreneurs make an impact through their own unique stories. Stephanie knows that the world needs to hear your story, and by getting published you can reach the wide corners of the internet. She’s helped her clients get media coverage in 20+ major publications by tapping into their authentic self and sharing them with the world.

Ready to get the media attention and visibility your business deserves?

In this episode you’ll uncover: 

  • Steph's journey from being a digital nomad for 3 years, writing articles and teaching others to get published outside of their blog
  • How she uses press to grow her clients' businesses.
  • Why most entrepreneurs don't understand the power of media to help grow their profits (while still being authentically you)
  • How to come up with ideas that editors love (so that you can get published beyond your blog and be authentically you)

Podcast Resources and Links:

Want to learn how to get published? Get Stephanie’s word-for-word pitch to GQ at stephanielee.me/bonus

Want to connect with Stephanie? You can find her here: stephanielee.me

Tune in to learn How to perfect your media pitch strategy with Christina Nicholson

Listen to my interview with Christina on how to grow from a blogger to a brand.

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Aug 19 2020 · 34mins
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44. Law Offices Paul C. Herman: Stephanie Lee

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Todd Olivas interviews Stephanie Lee, Director of Client Services at Law Offices Paul C. Herman

Aug 14 2020 · 52mins

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Ep.13 Pregnancy & Parenting After 40 (including Cesarean Birth) with Jenn Shark and Stephanie Lee Butler

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Join us as we talk with our guests, Jenn Shark, CNM and Stephanie Lee Butler, RN about their personal and professional experiences of pregnancy and parenting after the age of 40.  We also discuss the pressure some experience to have more medical interventions and Cesarean births due to "advanced maternal age" and whether being older really does put people at higher risk or not. 

May 24 2020 · 1hr 18mins
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Stephanie Lee

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Host Rob Lee talks with producer Stephanie Lee about COVID-19, 3 years of marriage, and how Beloved Journal came to be.

May 24 2020 · 24mins

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Ep. 17: Why Acupuncture? An Interview with Stephanie Lee, DC, LAc

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In today's episode, Claire, Gabi, and Katie catch up on how they're surviving Covid-19. They also talk to Stephanie Lee, D.C. (that's Doctor of Chiropractic), LAc (that's Licensed Acupuncturist). They discuss what acupuncture is and its benefits, as well as some of the myths about it.

Connect with Stephanie

Instagram @drsmleedclac


Connect with Gabi, Claire, and Katie

The Heavily Scaled Podcast on Instagram @theheavilyscaledpodcast

Gabi on Instagram @gilbogabbins

Katie on Instagram @kmills.11

Claire on Instagram @claireestrohl

You can suggest a topic, guest, or ask a question for an upcoming show by writing to us on Instagram or leaving us a message on Anchor.

If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review wherever you listen and share!


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Apr 06 2020 · 33mins
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008: Art as Affirmation with Stephanie Lee

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Podcast 008,  Art As Affirmation with Stephanie Lee

On this episode, Jeanne talks with Stephanie Lee, an artist, teacher, deep thinker, warm-welcomer, and friend based in southern Oregon.

4:16    “I’ve spent a lot of years believing that my presence as an artist was a lot more separate from who I am as a person than it is…”

5:08     “The reality is every aspect of life involves a certain perspective, a certain creative ingenuity, and that shows up in how we parent, how we garden, and the colors we put on canvas.”

9:32    “I did metal smithing for a long, long time, and because of the way I was relating to it, I did it longer than I should have.  I was doing it to please the people who enjoyed it…”

10:15   “One thing I know is that the medium is going to let me know it's time to be a part of my creative practice again.”

11:06   “Am I doing the thing that feels really enjoyable for me to do, even if it is the same thing I did yesterday and last month and a week ago and a year ago…”

14:15   “Leaving lots of room for those conversations about yourself and your world and your life and your creativity to evolve over time in your head is the biggest benefit of doing work that to others may seem like it’s the same work.”

15:02   “Our creativity is not ‘just’ for making beautiful things, as important and necessary as beauty is in our lives; our creativity is also to be a tool with which we can start transferring our curiosity in mediums that we given into difficult limited circumstances.”

17:59   “It really is about helping people think differently and move at the pace that feels true to them.  Because sometimes it’s not what you do, it’s the timing of when you do it.”

23:17   “It was an uncomfortable way of growing when I started realizing I need to be my own best advocate here.”

24:13  “Collaboration has helped me get more rooted in my own skills and talents and gifts that I have to offer the world, and it’s also made me more open to recognizing where somebody else is bringing something to the table that I don’t have.”

26:21   “Every hard thing that I’ve been through now is serving as information that I can share with people who are on that path, too.”

Stephanie Lee grew up among the mountains and red rocks of Utah but now calls Southern Oregon home. She lives with her (adorably sexy) husband, Vince (who can build/fix/do anything he puts his mind to), teenage daughter Annabelle, dogs Elsie and Rumi, and three cats who really need to up their game in their mole hunting duties. Vince and Stephanie share four more grown children (one of whom she brought into the world) and she's decided that being a grandma before the age of 40 is pretty much the best thing ever.

Her therapist is her garden and the backpacking trails where nature and Stephanie have pretty good conversations about all the things. She has pretty good homesteading skills and she admittedly fantasizes about living off the grid in a cozy cabin where there is snow in the winter and the summer finds her growing and canning her own food by the bushel (with a cute little coffee shop within walking distance, of course) and reading real paper books in the evening by firelight.

How Stephanie would describe herself:

I cry easily, even (and especially) when laughing and have amassed a plethora of other potentially useful skills that I have so far totally underutilized. These include, but are not limited to:

Playing the piano and guitar

Cooking over a fire

Canning and preserving food

Making new friends

Saving ab workouts on Pinterest

Using the very last drop of toothpaste out of the tube before throwing it away. (Waste not, want not!)

Things I would like to add to this list but have heretofore managed to under-excel in:

Running three miles without a lung collapsing

Being an overachiever (while simultaneously cultivating an Instagram feed of enviable “simple life” images, of course).

Earning “cool mom” status

Dancing in a way that does not look like a long armed troll trying to act casual when he just tripped over his shoelace.


One thing is for sure: If you are excited about something, I will be SO excited with you and I will do everything I can to make sure you know how awesome you are. Because, if nothing else, I want you to feel really, really good about being all in with your unique and exquisite creative expression.

Stephanie Lee Art

You can find Stephanie on Instagram

Stephanie's new online course Art as Affirmation.

Ten Tips To Take Back The Peace

A free ebook if you are looking for some rest in your day-to-day like I was.

Get your free resource Ten Tips HERE.

Become the artist you dream to be. Creativity is Calling at jeanneoliver.com.

You can connect with Jeanne on Instagram and Facebook.

Mar 16 2020 · 31mins
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Episode #88 - Head Coach Craig Harrington and GM Stephanie Lee

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On this week’s edition of the Utah Royals FC Show, Lucas sits down with back-to-back interviews with Head Coach Craig Harrington and General Manager Stephanie Lee. Harrington shares about his background, his journey to Utah, and what he wants accomplish in his first season as an NWSL head coach. Lee shares her soccer story, her professional growth in the business of sports management, the coaching hire, and what’s ahead in 2020.

Feb 20 2020 · 59mins
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195 - Stephanie Lee

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Stephanie Lee, born into the family business, has worked her way through just about every position in the company! Now, as CEO/President, Stephanie has the unique advantage of being able to offer her team and clients more than 20 years of hands-on experience and knowledge of group trips to Broadway. 

This week’s #SongwriterOfTheWeek is Ryan Scott Oliver (@RyanScottOliver)! If you enjoyed the outro music in this episode, go on over to www.ryanscottoliver.com/ for more tunes.

Are you writing your own show? Looking to break into the Producer life? Check out The Producer's Perspective PRO for resources and support from an entire community of theater-makers! www.TheProducersPerspectivePro.com

Looking for more information on Stephanie's Group Sales agency? Visit https://www.broadway.com/groups/.

Keep up with me: @KenDavenportBway

This podcast was edited by Stanley Wiercinski. 


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Sep 22 2019 · 40mins
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Episode 129 Stephanie Lee Stephenson April 25, 2019

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Stephanie Lee Stephenson has one of the most incredible stories you will ever hear.
Stephanie has worked in the film industry, equipment sales and most recently with her husband on their dairy farm. Her journey into agriculture is one you want to hear about.
Sidebar: Stephanie has met the Littlest Hobo
Apr 25 2019 · 41mins
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#177-BONUS-Stephanie Lee: Write For Impact

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To credit any one person for the growth my writing has seen over the last year or so, it would undoubtedly be Stephanie Lee. Rather than hoard her expertise to myself (and those who have also hired her services) I had to bring her on the show so more people could connect with her as well. Stephanie is firing up the next round of her already successful class, "Write For Impact." This is a time-sensitive link so make sure you act soon! Listeners can find out more through the special link www.stephanielee.me/hello-revfit-radio To learn more about Stephanie, visit her website at www.stephanielee.me and connect with her on Twitter at www.twitter.com/superlee7 To learn more about your host, visit www.jasonleenaarts.com and www.revfittherapy.com You can also like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/revolutionaryou Download, subscribe, share with your friends and please take a moment to leave us an iTunes review. 

Mar 18 2019 · 37mins