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265 | Emma Isaacs, Six vaginal births, Miscarriage, Homebirth, Covid, En Caul

Australian Birth Stories

In today’s episode, I chat to Emma @emmaisaacs for the second time (you can hear all about her first five births in episode 73). Today she shares the story of her home birth in LA when the pandemic was at its peak and the Black Lives Matter riots could be heard from her house. She made the decision to live stream the final hours of her labour on Instagram in the hope that it would shift the perception of birth for her viewers. She didn’t know it at the time, but 60,000 people tuned in, sent heartfelt messages of love and awe, and watched her give birth to her baby boy, Louis.

45mins

11 Oct 2021

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'New Mum, Who Dis?' with Emma Isaacs

The Ash London Podcast

Emma Isaacs.  What a whirlwind of a human being.  Emma is the owner and Global CEO of Business Chicks, Australia's business women's community. She broke into the business world at 18 with a recruitment business, and was a self-made millionaire at 23.  Emma preaches the gospel of ‘action’ in a world where so many women doubt and second guess ourselves.  She lives in Los Angeles and is mama to….wait for it….6 kids.  If you’re looking for a sign to chase the next big challenge, dream or adventure - then this episode is for you! Get around Emma’s latest book ‘The New Hustle’ it’s about working better, not harder.  About living a life of joy and saying no to traditional, outdated modes of working that suck the life out of you. BooM! Big love to our sponsor, modibodi.  Use code ASHLONDON for 15% off (min spend $100 excludes sale items, bundles, gift cards and Maxi-24hrs) Join the convo at ash.london Audio production by Dom Evans Research by Talissa BazazSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

33mins

28 Sep 2021

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151. Fearlessly Failing: Emma Isaacs - Author & Global CEO of Business Chicks

Fearlessly Failing with Lola Berry

From the day I started this podcast Emma Issacs was on my dream guest list. I had always been excited (and if I’m honest, a little nervous) to interview Emma. What an incredible human! From owning her own company at 18, to then buying Business Chicks at 25 years old. Today she’s the global CEO of Business Chicks. She’s also living on the other side of the world and author of not one but two books! Her latest one “The New Hustle” I binge read in 2 days. Emma, it was an absolute honour to have you on the podcast, thank you for inspiring me to reach for the stars. You can get your hands on Emma’s book here: https://www.booktopia.com.au/the-new-hustle-emma-isaacs/book/9781760787660.htmlBusiness Chicks insta: https://instagram.com/businesschicks?utm_medium=copy_linkEmma insta: https://instagram.com/emmaisaacs?utm_medium=copy_linkBig love, Lola Follow Lola Berry on Instagram: @yummololaberryMy new book "Fearlessly Failing" is now available for PRE SALE! http://booktopia.kh4ffx.net/5bAaXj www.lolaberry.comwww.lolacoffee.co See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

46mins

19 Sep 2021

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Ep 143 The New Hustle with Emma Isaacs

Her Empire Builder with Tina Tower

Emma Isaacs is such a superstar! We've known one another since our early days in business and have been on trips, adventures, awards nights and seen so much growth and change! I am so proud of Emma that she's just released her new book, The New Hustle. It's SO GOOD. I was lucky enough to have Emma on Her Empire Builder podcast to talk about how she builds a multi-million dollar company, parents 6 kids and lives life with her trademark calm and grace with big massive boundaries. Have you read the book yet? Check out the episode anywhere you get your podcasts or at the link in my bio. Show notes: tinatower.com/143 Emma Isaacs is: A university drop out, she started her first business when she was 18 and started Business Chicks (in its current format) when she was 24. Under her leadership, Business Chicks has grown to be Australia’s largest network for women. We reach more than 500K women annually and run more than 100 events a year. Some of our past speakers include Sir Richard Branson, Sarah Jessica Parker, Gloria Steinem, Elizabeth Gilbert, Brené Brown and Nicole Kidman. She has six kids (four girls and two boys) and they’re aged 12, 10, 8, 6, 4 and 1 Her new book is The New Hustle was released August 31 and her first book Winging It was the highest selling business biography of 2018. She’s been in the USA for almost six years now and lives in LA. Her official title is Founder of Business Chicks. Find out more about Emma at emmaisaacs.com 

45mins

15 Sep 2021

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The smarter way to hustle with Emma Isaacs

The Emily Osmond Show

There are some people who have entrepreneurship in their DNA and my guest today is a prime example of a woman who was born to make an impact in business. Emma Isaacs is the Founder and Global CEO of Business Chicks, a thriving global community that operates in 11 cities across two continents. A business owner by the age of 18, self made millionaire by 23, mum of six, and best selling author, Emma is an absolute powerhouse. She joins me today to celebrate the official release of her latest book, The New Hustle. With live events on hold, Business Chicks was forced to rethink their offerings over the last 18 months and Emma shares some of the lessons she writes about in her book, in particular the importance of being patient, relaxing into whatever stage she’s in and being okay with failure. We talk about her role as a leader, how she takes this very seriously and how we must always be in alignment with our values in life and business. Emma shares her view on what leadership is, how it’s a lifelong journey and that there is so much beauty in being vulnerable, knowing that we’ll never have all the answers. Leadership takes courage, humility and a willingness to ask questions and do things that other people aren’t doing. I hope you love this conversation as much as I did. Emma has an incredible amount of experience, wisdom and grace and her new book is an absolute must read. Tune in to find out how you can get yourself a free copy! LINKS: Emma's Book: The New Hustle Emma’s Website: https://www.emmaisaacs.com/ Emma’s Instagram: @emmaisaacs Business Chick’s Instagram: @businesschicks Register for my FREE masterclass: Why your marketing isn’t making you sales Website: https://emilyosmond.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilyosmond/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emilyclareosmond

31mins

30 Aug 2021

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Emma Isaacs

FORTY

Emma Isaacs is the founder of Business Chicks, one of Australia’s best-known entrepreneurs, author of two books, mother to six children - and yet she refuses to call herself busy. On the back of the pandemic, Emma believes ‘the hustle’ as we know it is dead. In her forties, she’s all about a new hustle - one that condemns the work-more/sleep-less trope, and instead celebrates the power of calm. In our chat, Emma also gets honest about her money story - like the time her credit card declined on her son’s birthday, how AirBNB’ing the family home saved her financial bacon, and why a very public business failure made her hibernate for six months and question everything. So, what if we’ve been served a big, fat lie about what success should look like at work, and in our forties? We find out in FORTY. CREDITS:   Hosts: Lise Carlaw and Sarah Wills Guest: Emma IsaacsInstagram: @emmaisaacs CONTACT:  Email: hello@thosetwogirls.com.auInstagram: @liseandsarahFacebook: Those Two Girls   Get Emma’s latest book, ‘The New Hustle’ here: https://www.booktopia.com.au/the-new-hustle-emma-isaacs/book/9781760787660.html Find out more about Business Chicks here: https://businesschicks.com/ Use the code FORTY, and you’ll receive $40 off full-priced items until the end of September. Go to FRANKiE4.com Ts and Cs apply. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

56mins

29 Aug 2021

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If what you're doing isn't working, don't do it harder // Emma Isaacs

Seize the Yay

When I say #yaysofourlives has a looser structure than our OG interviews, I took it to all new levels today chatting for probably half an hour before I asked the first question. But, with the inimitable Emma Isaacs jumping back on the show who I haven’t seen forever AND who has written her second, brand new book with SO MUCH painfully relevant content to cover, I’m surprised I even got to my questions at all!If you haven’t heard Emma’s backstory yet, head back to episode 11 to hear how she has blazed a trail for female entrepreneurs (and all entrepreneurs for that matter) since the age of 18 leading her to become the founder and global CEO of Business Chicks. If you follow me at all, you’ll know what a huge impact Emma and her team have had on me both professionally and in all areas of who I am as a person and I’ll forever be indebted for the opportunities and connections they have made possible in my life (including the fact that Emma had faith enough in Seize the Yay to jump on the show just 11 episode in).In this chat, we just have a good old catch up with bursts of me gushing about her brilliant second book, The New Hustle, in between. You’ll probably tell that once I get started, I keep linking idea after idea making my way through almost the whole book before realising I haven’t even asked about quote of the yay – but that’s why it’s such a timely read with 77 amazing messages about navigating times of challenge and change. Emma is one of the women I look up to most in the world and to have her in your ears at a time like this is so invaluable, so I hope you enjoy and take as much out of her as I do. She is at once impeccably professional and wise as well as a totally open book about parenting six kids or having breakdowns on the daily – the relatable content we all need to hear. Link to The New Hustle will of course be in the show notesPRE-ORDER THE NEW HUSTLE HERE+ Follow Emma here+ Announcements on Insta at @spoonful_of_sarah+ Join our Facebook community here+ Subscribe to not miss out on the next instalment of YAY!

46mins

23 Aug 2021

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Business Chicks Emma Isaacs on how to get better at networking (even if you hate it)

How I Work

Hate networking but know you need to get better at it?  Career entrepreneur Emma Isaacs has built her professional network of people - including Richard Brandson, Nicole Kidman, and Arianna Huffington - from the ground up. She bought her first business at the age of 18 and has never looked back.  Today Business Chicks is a global social networking group with over 44,000 members, hosting events across Australia and the US. Emma now runs her company from the US, where she lives with her family, including six children under 11.  Connect with Emma - https://www.emmaisaacs.com/, https://businesschicks.com/ Winging It - Why Action Beats Planning Every Time - https://www.emmaisaacs.com/winging-it Emma’s next book on time management called, The Right Hustle, comes out in August 2021.  Visit amanthaimber.com/podcast for full show notes from all episodes. Get in touch at amantha@inventium.com.au If you are looking for more tips to improve the way you work, I write a short monthly newsletter that contains three cool things that I have discovered that help me work better, which range from interesting research findings through to gadgets I am loving. You can sign up for that at http://howiwork.co  CREDITSProduced by InventiumHost: Amantha ImberProduction Support from Deadset StudiosEpisode Producer: Jenna KodaSound Engineer: Martin Imber

29mins

28 Apr 2021

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Stop Thinking and Start Doing with Emma Isaacs

Foot Traffic Podcast with Stacy Tuschl

“Have I done anything worth remembering lately?” - Emma Isaacs, Winging It On today’s episode, I had the opportunity to interview Emma Isaacs, the author of Winging It and Founder of Business Chicks, an organization committed to giving women the tools they need to propel themselves and their businesses forward. Emma walks us through how she got to this place in her business as well as her philosophies on being an entrepreneur. Some of the topics Emma and I discuss include: The importance of hard vs soft skills Hiring people who increase the average of our team Having hard conversations as leaders Learning to fall in love with business finances Asking the right questions as an entrepreneur Changes and challenges brought on in 2020 Throughout the episode, Emma finds a way to both inspire and relate to all of us business owners out there trying to make it all happen. Enjoy! Did you enjoy today’s episode? Leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! ___ Ways to work with Stacy: FREE TRAINING: Watch our FREE “How To Generate Revenue In Your Business Everyday...Even When You’re Not Working” training here: https://stacytuschl.com/training CONTENT MACHINE: Take one piece of content per week and turn it into daily micro-content. Get access here: https://stacytuschl.com/machine MASTERMIND: Check out the 4 inevitable stages of what it takes to become a powerhouse and successfully have your business work for you. Watch the FREE training here: https://stacytuschl.com/insider ___ And if you haven't heard, we've been selling more and more copies of my new* book The Implementation Code everyday.  If you haven't gotten your free copy yet, go to www.implementationcode.co/freebook - and just pay the for shipping and handling and we will mail it out to you right away! If you want to try out monday.com with a 14 day free trial go to www.stacytuschl.com/monday I know you’ll love it as much as I do!  Let’s build systems together to help you make more time and more money doing what you love. Let's be more than podcast friends. To join the text messaging community just text PODCAST to (414) 240-1379 OR if you'd rather, click here (>> https://my.community.com/stacytuschl) and text PODCAST. Stacy Tuschl is a speaker, business coach, and the owner of The Academy of Performing Arts in Wisconsin. She is the author of the book “Is Your Business Worth Saving?” where she reveals proven strategies for pulling entrepreneurs out of a rut and launching them toward business success. –> Want to work with the Foot Traffic Team and skyrocket your business during a recession? Here is a quick overview of the Foot Traffic Formula program:  We are building out your marketing plan, systems, helping you increase your revenue so you can start to hire and remove some of the stress and pressure going on right now. You'll Get: A program of on-going strategy, systems, and support Weekly laser coaching sessions with me Weekly office hours and trainings with Team Foot Traffic to learn likes copywriting, paid IG and FB ads, funnel implementation and more Private on-boarding call to get you started on the right foot A Dedicated Community Manager that is in the FB group every weekday answering your questions A Dedicated Accountability Coach to work with every month for 25 minutes PRIVATELY. We want to help hold you accountable to hit your goals. Click here to learn more about the program. This is it! If you're ready, I can't wait to welcome you into the program.

35mins

3 Feb 2021

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629. Winging It is Better Than Planning - With Emma Isaacs

Earn Your Happy

In This Episode You Will Learn About: Why winging it is better than planning, every time Becoming a self-made millionaire by 23 Knowing your role as a leader Creating a culture statement for your business Almost everyone is winging it, some are just more confident Creating a plan to scale your business How Emma runs a business and takes care of 6 kids Creating a product by leveraging what you already have Why you should tell your story above all else Understanding how you get energy Resources: “Winging It: Stop Thinking, Start Doing: Why Action Beats Planning Every Time” by Emma Isaacs Instagram: @emmaisaacs LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/emma-isaacs/ Facebook: facebook.com/emisaacs Show Notes: Emma Isaacs has quickly become one of my favorite people on the entire planet — no exaggeration — and she has profoundly changed my life in a very short time. She is one of the most generous people I’ve ever met, and her new book, “Winging It,” has given me one of the greatest gifts that a person can receive: a fire under your ass and the motivation to take decisive action. Question Highlights: Can you tell me about starting in the entrepreneurial world so young? What was your crash course in taking over a company? How did you create your model for leadership? Did it come naturally to you? Where did the idea for “Winging It” come from? How did you set up your plan for growth? What is your definition of Winging It? Where in your life are you currently winging it? What is your advice for creating a product by leveraging what you already have? Who is the ideal reader for your book? Guest Bio: Emma Isaacs is the Founder and Global CEO of Business Chicks. A business owner by the age of 18, property investor by 19, and self-made millionaire by 23, Emma Isaacs has entrepreneurship and achievement in her DNA. As the founder of Business Chicks—a thriving global community that operates on two continents in eleven cities – her team produces more than 100 events annually, with past speakers including Sir Richard Branson, Sarah Jessica Parker, Brené Brown, Diane von Furstenberg, and Kate Hudson, among others - and as a committed philanthropist has now raised more than $13million for various non-profits. Emma is also the author of the bestselling book Winging It (released September 2020). It's endorsed by Seth Godin, Mark Manson, Elizabeth Gilbert, Arianna Huffington and many more and builds a beautiful case for going after your dreams without having a perfect roadmap to get you there. Emma is a mom to six kids (aged 11 through to four months) and recently live-streamed the homebirth of her sixth child from her living room with tens of thousands of viewers tuning in to watch his peaceful arrival. She doesn’t believe in work/life balance, preferring to advocate for a full life where people are in constant evaluation of what they truly want from it. A fearless leader with seemingly never-ending courage to spare, Emma inspires thousands with her boundless energy and ability to see possibility wherever she goes.

55mins

23 Nov 2020

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