EP 14- Pivoting, Realignment & Authenticity with Aleise Kay
Business Babes Collective |Entrepreneurship |Marketing | Community | Mindset
I can't wait for you to listen to this episode with our incredible guest: Aleise Kay! Aleise is a brand authenticity expert. She previously was a copywriter for 6 figure entrepreneurs but realized that copywriting only matters if you’ve mastered the authentic message you want to share. Today she helps entrepreneurs through workshops, digital products, and individualized coaching support focused on brand messaging and authenticity in business. In this episode, Aleise shares about how she got into being a business owner and the many pivots and re-alignments she's gone through as an entrepreneur. We also discuss how important authenticity is when building a brand and how you don't have to do it like anyone else! You are going to LOVE this episode! I can't wait for you to tune in! Follow Aleise on Instagram: @alisekay Check out more about her services here: https://www.aleise.com/links Come hang out with me on Instagram: Personal Account: @danilivinglife Business Account: @businessbabesco Check out our FREE MASTERCLASS "How to Build a Full-Time Income, without working around the clock" businessbabescollective.com/masterclass
The Dreamfunder: Why We Can't Rush Leaving Our 9-5 with Aleise Kay
The Social Media Spotlight Podcast
In this episode, Nina chats with Aleise Kay, a business mentor and copyright. They talk about her business, her stand on the Black Lives Matter Movement, and the importance of being passionate about your business, being unique and being real. Aleise has experienced that same feeling as many entrepreneurs, of feeling unfilled in your 9-5 job and getting the courage to dedicate herself into something else that fills a meaningful purpose. She shares her knowledge on investing in yourself, what to do if you’re feeling unmotivated or uninspired, the power of copywriting as a coach, and more business advice and tips for coaches and entrepreneurs! https://www.instagram.com/aleisekay/
Putting Diversity In Business into Practice with Aleise Kay
The #PrettyAwkward Entrepreneur Podcast
This week on the #PrettyAwkward Entrepreneur Podcast, I’m chatting with Business Mentor and Copywriter Aleise Kay about how you can implement true diversity and inclusion in your business moving forward. It’s easy to say that you want diversity in business, but it’s much harder to put it into actual practice, so I know this open and honest conversation with Aleise will be instrumental in helping guide your way. Some topics Aleise and I will be diving into include: Aleise’s coaching and copywriting story, and the importance of writing copy that is genuine instead of what you think you “should” say Questions to keep in mind if you say you want a diverse business The importance of being intentional with your words, owning your mistakes and committing yourself to long-term learning and effort What Aleise has learned from this past week and what to keep in mind if you’re wanting to diversify your connections It’s not enough to say you have a diverse business, that you support diversity or that you have some Black or non-White students. Instead, you have to intentionally work to create a business that represents diversity...and that means building authentic relationships with people of all backgrounds and colors, being aware of your wording and so much more! So to hear Aleise’s and my thoughts on what it really takes to create a diverse and inclusive business, tune in to episode 51 on your favorite podcasting platform. And know that as challenging as things feel right now, I’m so excited to see the light and change that can emerge from it...in us and our businesses! As always, stay safe, stay healthy and stay #PrettyAwkward! If you have enjoyed this episode of the podcast, take a screenshot, head on over to Instagram and share it your IG stories and tag me, @meganyelaney @prettyawkwardentrepreneur WORK WITH MEGAN: Sign Up for the Client Attraction University CONNECT WITH MEGAN: Website Instagram Facebook The #prettyawkward Female Entrepreneurs Create Impactful Passive Income CONNECT WITH ALEISE: Instagram Facebook LIVE VIDEO MENTIONED IN EPISODE: Simone Mcnish
As teens, young adults, and older, sometimes our money can get a little funny and we don’t know where it’s going or how our paycheck disappeared so quickly after payday. This episode talks about money management from our friend Aleise Kay. She’s a young, Black entrepreneur, that is here to discuss her craft and provide you with tools for better money management skills. Hope you all enjoy and learn a few things from this episode!
#41 How To Take Control Of Your Finances with Aleise Kay
Build Your Vision with Clee Davis
In this episode, I sit down with Aleise Kay. Aleise is a self-development and finance coach and is all about enhancing your life and your wallet. In this episode, we discuss tips to help you save, investing, credit scores, and many other financial mindset tips that you can start applying now. You can’t build your vision without money so you definitely want to listen to this one. Connect with Aleise by clicking any of the links below: Check out Aleise's Website: https://www.aleisekay.com Follow Aleise on IG: https://www.instagram.com/aleisekay/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themusereportpodcast/ Like and follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheMuseReportPodcast/ Rate and Subscribe!
#11 Aleise Kay: Building Your Finances Is A Mindset
Waves Podcast: Motivation for Creatives & Entrepreneurs
This week's episode of Waves Podcast is DENSE. It is super interesting and is 99% of new knowledge - the remaining 1% is the time I was talking. Aleise Kay is a coach in finance and well-being and she explained us how these two elements are linked. We tend to assume that being good at finances is just about saving up but things are different to her. You need to know who you are, what you want, learn, be open, and much more to become financially responsible. Funnily enough, I thought this episode would be different from the others. More technical, less spiritual... Well it wasn't. Turns out if you want to manage your money well, you need to manage yourself well. Be at peace and feel good. Then you can invest.