From Side Hustles to 8-Figure Exits with Jaclyn Johnson
For any of you entrepreneur’s or aspiring entrepreneurs out there, we’ve got your next girl crush on the podcast today! Jaclyn Johnson is an absolutely brilliant business woman, who turned her side hustle into a crazy impactful full-time gig. As the founder of Create & Cultivate (and previous founder to two businesses where she had 8 figure exits), Jaclyn has truly created and cultivated a space that empowers women and gives them a space to ask their “dumb questions” so they can accelerate forward with their dreams and goals. She actually created Create & Cultivate as a side gig while she was running her other businesses full time. You’ll be able to tell just by listening that our jaws are basically open the whole time she talks and we were so eager to pick her brain on how she got where she is today. You can grow thicker and healthier hair and support our show by visiting Nutrafol.com Get $15 off you first month’s subscription plus free shipping on every order by visiting Nutrafol.com and entering promo code UNZIPPED at checkout. Produced by Dear Media
How To Run A Company Like A Creative with Jaclyn Johnson
Friend of a Friend
Jaclyn Johnson is the ultimate multi-hyphenate. By the time she was 28-years-old, she had already sold her first business No Subject, invested in multiple female owned startups, and launched her second multi-million dollar company, Create and Cultivate. What first started as a small conference in Palm Springs for ambitious women has now become one of the most globally recognized, fastest-growing communities for female entrepreneurs and small business owners. Jaclyn and the Create and Cultivate team host hundreds of events each year that dive deep into what it means to be an entrepreneur, with speakers like Issa Rae, Meghan Markle, Kim Kardashian, and Martha Stewart, and a digital platform with a plethora of resources for ambitious business owners. They have over 1 million women in their community, a line at Target, host one of the top business podcasts WorkParty, and so much more. In this episode, Jaclyn guides us through how she created the career she wanted and how she hopes her work will inspire you to do the same too. We also reminisce on some of our golden NYU days, some of the nitty gritty of running a business like hiring and pitching strategies, and how her business survived COVID-19 and came out with a $22M valuation. Follow Jaclyn on Instagram here https://www.instagram.com/jaclynrjohnson/ Check out Create & Cultivate here https://www.createcultivate.com Love the show? Follow us and leave a review! And for more behind-the-scenes, follow Liv on Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/livvperez/ Sponsored by: Golde: Use code FRIEND to get 20% off your first purchase of Coconut Collagen Boost at golde.co Athleta: athleta.com Produced by Dear Media
33. Empowering Women & Thinking Beyond Live Events with Jaclyn Johnson
Girlfriends & Business
We Talk About: Having to pivot through COVID Getting back to live events Launching a physical product Discovering the new normal Resources: createcultivate.com Instagram: @createcultivate Instagram: @jaclynrjohnson LIsten: @workparty Follow Alli: @alliwebb Follow Lori: @loriharder Follow Brittany: @britdrisc Show Notes: Jaclyn Johnson is a force to be reckoned with. She’s the founder of Create & Cultivate, a curated event to support ambitious women. She’s also the host of her own podcast, “Work Party.” Like many businesses this past year, she had to pivot to keep the brand going, and they made it look easy. We talk about what it was like running a company through all of that, from launching a physical product line to offering online courses. Question Highlights: How did you pivot through COVID? What are you personally enjoying the most right now? How did you launch a physical product line from scratch? What’s the best advice you’ve given or been given? What are you excited for next? Guest Bio: Jaclyn Johnson is a powerhouse entrepreneur, by the time she was 28, Johnson had sold her first business, (No Subject), and launched her second multimillion dollar company, Create & Cultivate, which sold a majority stake to Corridor Capital in 2020. To date, she has had two seven-figure exits. Johnson recognized a gap in conversations, resources, events, and community for female, millennial entrepreneurs and responded with a solution: Create & Cultivate, the wildly popular media platform and nationwide conference. In the process, Jaclyn’s own work-life philosophy built on the cornerstones of female empowerment, hustling hard, and innovation and propelled her voice to the forefront of the discussion of workplace equality. A graduate of NYU, Johnson’s trajectory has been skyrocketing since she founded (No Subject) in 2010. With the launch of Create & Cultivate in 2012, she gained global visibility. Six years later, Create & Cultivate is bigger than ever, with hundreds of thousands of followers and attendees, and over 75 events held to date. The conference has landed major cities around the country and boasts sponsors that include top Fortune 500 companies like Amazon, LinkedIn, QuickBooks and Microsoft, to the buzziest brand names like Laura Mercier, LaCroix, Clinique, Chandon, Urban Outfitters, and more. Past speakers and panelists include the biggest celebs and CEOs like Kim Kardashian West, Chelsea Handler, Jessica Alba, Chrissy Teigen, Gloria Steinem, Issa Rae, Nicole Richie, and front-runners in fashion, technology, design, and business. Named one of Forbes’ “30 Under 30,” an Adweek Disruptor and profiled in “Fast Company,” “The LA Times,” “Entrepreneur,” and more, Johnson has earned her way to the frontlines of a workplace revolution and at a time when agents of change are flexing real influence.
The power of starting where you’re at, leaning into momentum and simply just doing it with Jaclyn Johnson
Active Ingredient Podcast
Jaclyn Johnson is a successful entrepreneur and founder of Create & Cultivate, an online platform and conference for women looking to create & cultivate the career of their dreams, host the Work Party podcast, a best selling author, and angel investor. Jaclyn launched and sold her first company by the time she was 29 and launched Create & Cultivate, her second company, after recognizing a gap in conversations, resources, events and community for female millennial entrepreneurs and small business owners. Cut to today Create & Cultivate is a cult favorite brand hosting hundreds of conferences each year, a community of 1 million plus women, a line at Target, a top business podcast and more. On this episode we get into Jaclyn's career journey and the many lessons she's learned throughout, how she sold her first business, how her role has changed as the business has expanded, her approach to hiring, going where the momentum is, the power of literally JUST STARTING even if you don't have any resources, connections or skills in what you're interested in doing and having the mentality that if someone else could do it, you could do it too. Find Jaclyn's Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/jaclynrjohnson/Find Create & Cultivate's website here: https://www.createcultivate.com/Find the Work Party podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/workparty/id1404548949Find Sophie's Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/sophieiweill/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to another episode of Press Send! This week I sit down with Jaclyn Johnson, founder and CEO of Create & Cultivate, a modern media company for working women. Join us as Jaclyn and I chat about dealing with being away from your partner, the concept of outgrowing friendships and how to end them on good terms, having conversations with your partner about how to keep your relationship protected, and of course, the importance of therapy. You might even get to hear some of Jaclyn’s secret wine tips…tune in to find out. Phexxi® (lactic acid, citric acid, and potassium bitartrate) Vaginal Gel 1.8%, 1%, 0.4% is a hormone-free, prescription birth control used only before sex. Phexxi works to maintain the vaginal pH level to prevent pregnancy and you only use it when you need it! Be sure to tell your healthcare provider if you have a recent history of 3 or more UTIs per year. Learn more, including all risks at Phexxi.com Produced by Dear Media
This episode is the start of Boob Sweat’s Female Founders Series. This week, Katie’s chatting with one of her faves: Jaclyn Johnson, founder and CEO of Create & Cultivate. Katie and Jaclyn talk about the glam and not so glam parts of being an entrepreneur, and answer the questions YOU asked via Katie’s IG. You can follow Jaclyn at @jaclynrjohnson, @createandcultivate, and be sure to subscribe to her podcast WorkParty! You can follow Katie at @katiesturino and @megababe Have a question or comment? Call our hotline at 201-701-1575 for a chance that your call will be featured on the pod. You can also DM Katie at @katiesturino, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. — This podcast was produced by Wonder Wheel Media assisted by Madison Higley
UES 591: Adaptability: The Key to Entrepreneurial Success with Jaclyn Johnson
The Kelly Roach Show
Nothing has gone according to plan this year. In today’s episode, Jaclyn Johnson, a Forbes 30 Under 30 and founder of Create & Cultivate, joins Kelly to discuss her entrepreneurial journey. Jaclyn’s story is the perfect example of why adaptability is the key to entrepreneurial success. Change is all around us this year, and adaptability is a key factor for entrepreneurial success. During this episode, Jaclyn gives tactical tips on branding, digital marketing, and adaptability. She uses real life examples that outline how she has used adaptability to her advantage along her entrepreneurial journey. Jaclyn gives insight into how she keeps the Create & Cultivate brand at the forefront of customers’ minds, and what digital trends to look for in the future. Do you need to become more adaptable in your business? Listen to the episode above. Want to connect with Jaclyn? Check her out on: Podcast: Work Party Website:https://www.createcultivate.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/createcultivate/ https://www.instagram.com/jaclynrjohnson/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/createcultivate/ For more business tips and strategies, follow along with Kelly: Join the Tribe of Unstoppables on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2080754075505322/ Website: https://kellyroachcoaching.com Instagrams: UE Revolution: https://www.instagram.com/uerevolution/ UE Marketing Mastery: https://www.instagram.com/uemarketingmastery/ Kelly Roach: https://www.instagram.com/kellyroachofficial Twitter: https://twitter.com/kellyroachlive
The Secret to Being Your Own Boss! (with Jaclyn Johnson)
I’ve Got a Secret! with Robin McGraw
Do you dream about owning your own business? Robin dials in with Jaclyn Johnson, the CEO of Create & Cultivate, to discuss how to make the leap! Jaclyn has made a business out of helping strong, determined women realize their dreams of becoming successful entrepreneurs, and she's giving the Secret Squad a private session! Learn how to choose your mentors, build your team, scale your idea, and take calculated risks. Don't even know where to start? Start here! Robin talks about why she doesn't believe in an "overnight success," and how exactly she's been able to build the career she dreamed of as a young girl. Jaclyn doesn't think that everyone can become an entrepreneur, and you NEED to hear why! This episode is jam-packed full of valuable information that will inspire and educate you on the process of becoming your own boss. As always, stay until the end for a fun game! Mor info at www.ivegotasecretwithrobinmcgraw.com See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"I lost my job... now what?" with Create & Cultivate Founder Jaclyn Johnson
On today's episode of WorkWoman, Natalie welcomes Create & Cultivate Founder Jaclyn Johnson to the show. Jaclyn Johnson is the definition of the American Dream. A powerhouse entrepreneur, by the time she was 28, Johnson had sold her first business, (No Subject) and launched her second multimillion dollar company, Create & Cultivate. She is recognized a gap in conversations, resources, events and community for female millennial entrepreneurs and responded with a solution, Create & Cultivate, the wildly popular media platform and nationwide conference. Jaclyn is the author of Work Party, which you can pick up here: https://www.target.com/p/workparty-how-to-create-cultivate-the-career-of-your-dreams-by-jaclyn-johnson-hardcover/-/A-53582418 And you can learn more about Jaclyn at her website: http://jaclynrjohnson.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Create + Cultivate founder Jaclyn Johnson on generational wealth, dreaming big, and embracing 'big money' energy
NAKED with Catt Sadler
Get your notepad ready because this interview is packed full of tangible, takeaway tips for your next creative pursuit or business venture. By now you are likely familiar with Create + Cultivate (you know, the company that hosts those impeccably designed, powerhouse packed events featuring entrepreneurs, celebrities, artists and more), but we'd like to introduce you to the woman BEHIND it: Jaclyn Johnson! She stopped by Catt's bedroom and talked about it ALL -- from her childhood years in Florida when she was a self-proclaimed "troublemaker," to building a blog in the Internet's early years and catching the attention of fashion magazines like Nylon. Jaclyn also shares how getting laid off ended up being one of the best things to ever happen to her, and giving us all the inside info on how she turned Create + Cultivate from a side hustle into a flourishing community that's paving the way for women everywhere. Also, she gets extremely candid about a stress-induced breakdown that has continued to change the way she runs her business today. And, in this episode, Catt shares a touching story about a time that one of her son's supported her career in an unexpected way. She also talks about her compulsion to overthink decisions instead of jumping in, sink or swim.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.