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The power of Mentorship, being "dumb" in Business and adding white space to your calendar! A conversation with GoodGrit Founder & CEO Laura Quick.

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Well we're moving on up  to the eastsiiiiiide to that deluxe podcast in the skyyyyy!..... But, seriously I am so excited to introduce you all to my first ever rpl. effect guest, Laura Quick! She is the Founder & CEO of GoodGrit Magazine, an amazing Mom, Wife, Entrepreneur and most importantly (to me of course ) my first ever Business Mentor. Today we are going to share our conversation about the importance of LIFE LONG mentorship, journaling, why being the dumbest person in the room is so important (unless you are sneaking back stage into a concert) and much, much more. I really hope you enjoy. Let us know your favorite part in the comments below!

33mins

24 Feb 2021

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Breaking Free from the Burden of Shame - Laura Quick's Story :: [Episode 118]

StoryTellers Live

Laura, from Cullman, Alabama, and CEO of Good Grit magazine, reveals the struggles she has faced over the years from carrying the heavy burden of shame.  Her story will encourage you to lay your shame at the foot of the cross, live in the victory of Christ, and recognize there is a higher calling on your life.   ​(A Discovery Guide Bible Study is offered on Laura's story at www.patreon.com/STLcommunity).  Today's episode is sponsored by Neverthirst. Visit neverthirstwater.org.

49mins

13 Jan 2021

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Episode 93 | Laura Quick

Say It Southern

Meet Laura Quick in episode 93 of the Say It Southern podcast. Laura is the beauty and the brains behind Good Grit magazine. Laura believes that the South is compiled of people from here and people who love it here. Good Grit was born because Laura, along with Southerners like us, have been longing “for a progressive and truthful representation of who we are and who we want to be, and that also pays tribute to the legacies worthy of moving us forward.”-Good Grit.

54mins

12 Oct 2020

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063: Leading with GRIT | A Conversation with Laura Quick

Making Elephants Fly | Conversations with High Octane Leaders, Dreamers, & Creatives

On this episode of Making Elephants Fly, Terry sits with Laura Quick. Laura grew up in a small town just outside of Savannah, Georgia. She attended college at Florida State University where she discovered her passion for people. With this knowledge, she pursued a fruitful career in sales and marketing for nearly 10 years, finishing her career as an international sales and marketing director before deciding to scratch the entrepreneurship itch. Laura started her first business in 2013 in Mountain Brook, Alabama, as a business consultant specializing in business development strategy. She has always been a woman in business who doesn’t mind standing in the gaps and teaching others to do the same. So, when she read an article in The New York Times in June of 2014 written about the South, she saw a big gap in the Southern Magazine industry. She went to work building a business plan for what is now known as Good Grit Magazine. Laura has grown accustomed to hearing, “the magazine industry is dying,” “paper is going away,” and “digital is taking over,” but that just isn’t true when it comes to Good Grit. Laura believes that people are hungry for gritty and relatable content that fills the gap in the magazine industry for authentic inspiration. Since Good Grit’s inaugural issue in July of 2015, the Good Grit team has produced 23 issues, grown to over 300,000 readers, and they are distributed in 42 states in over 2500 retailers. She firmly believes that the print industry is in fact very much alive and well, especially when you have a firm understanding of WHY your brand exists and who your audience is.  Join Laura and Terry as they talk about everything from starting a magazine with magazines are shutting down, telling stories that get attention, and leading with GRIT. Find out more at http://terryweaver.com and join Terry at the Thing at http://thething.live and use the code PODCAST for a discount.

1hr 5mins

24 Feb 2020

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LYP 140: Laura Quick on Telling an Authentic Story

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Welcome to episode 140 of the Launch Youniversity podcast. On this episode, Kevin Jennings sits down with Laura Quick, Founder & CEO of Good Grit magazine, to discuss the necessity for authentic storytelling in business and how to locate our unique contribution in a maturing market. Laura, herself “an overcomer with a damn good story”, has built a brand in Good Grit that reflects this distinct uniqueness in its approach. A southern culture magazine, Good Grit truly captures the authenticity of the perseverance that exists in the human spirit.

46mins

8 Aug 2019

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LYP 140: Laura Quick on Telling an Authentic Story

Executive Minds Podcast: Professional Development and Career Tips for Entrepreneurs, Executives, and Non-Profit Leaders

Welcome to episode 140 of the Launch Youniversity podcast. On this episode, Kevin Jennings sits down with Laura Quick, Founder & CEO of Good Grit magazine, to discuss the necessity for authentic storytelling in business and how to locate our unique contribution in a maturing market. Laura, herself “an overcomer with a damn good story”, has built a brand in Good Grit that reflects this distinct uniqueness in its approach. A southern culture magazine, Good Grit truly captures the authenticity of the perseverance that exists in the human spirit.

46mins

8 Aug 2019

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GGS - An Unbecoming Story by Laura Quick

Good Grit Stories

Why would anyone surrender their technology for a week of unplugged "group therapy"? Find out why as Laura Quick, CEO of Good Grit, takes us on a journey of discovering weakness and seeing God's strength. Words by Laura Quick Read by Laura Quick Introduction by Annie F. Downs Original Music by Kyle Carpenter & Wilder Adkins Use Promo Code LISTEN to get $10 off your subscription to Good Grit Magazine: https://service.qfie.com/GoodGrit/clsGGNewOrdFormSelect.asp?strAspViewport=lg

13mins

23 Jan 2019