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Alyssa Rapp

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Latest 12 Jun 2021 | Updated Daily

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Leadership & Life Hacks From Alyssa Rapp on The Mompreneur Model on WoMRadio

Word of Mom Radio

Since January 2018, Alyssa has served as the CEO of Surgical Solutions, a Chicago-area based Health Care company. Alyssa served as the founder & CEO of Bottlenotes, Inc., the leading interactive media company in the U.S. wine, craft beer, and artisanal spirit industries. 2015-2018, Alyssa served as the Managing Partner at AJR Ventures, a strategic advisory firm. Alyssa is also the Author of Leadership & Life Hacks: Insights from a Mom, Wife, Entrepreneur & Executive. When not immersed in business and civic life, Alyssa loves spending time with her husband, Hal Morris are their two daughters.Join us on The Mompreneur Model Febrary 3rd 1pmET/10amPT and then in #podcast. Be sure to connect with Alyssa at AlyssaRapp.com on @ AlyssaRapp on Twitter and Facebook, @AlyssaJRapp on Instagram, and LinkedIn.Connect with #WordofMom on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Email us at info.wordofmomradio@gmail.com.Thanks to our sponsors Safety Bags, StadiumBags.com, NoSuchThingasaBully.com and SmithSistersBluegrass.com for our theme song, She is You.#WordofMomRadio ~ Sharing the wisdom of women in business and in life.

30mins

4 Feb 2021

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CEO Hacks with Alyssa Rapp

Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition

Fresh off her new book, Leadership and Life Hacks, Alyssa Rapp joins Brian to talk about her transition from founding and leading every wine drinker’s favorite app, bottlenotes, to moving back to Chicago and takin the reins at Surgical Solutions. Alyssa discusses her “hacks” for learning about the health care services industry, working with an inherited board and juggling family and personal life outside of work. She also speaks about her work at Booth as a lecturer for the capstone class Women as CEOs, Investors and Board Members. Spoiler alert-hacks will only get you so far as Alyssa’s motivational story is one of hard work, being present, taking risks and surrounding yourself with great people.

23mins

28 Aug 2020

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Ep22: Alyssa Rapp | CEO at Surgical Solutions, LLC, Author

20 Minute Leaders

Alyssa has done more than one can imagine. She fell in love with entrepreneurship at the Stanford Business School, later to become a lecturer at the University. She is the CEO of Surgical Solutions, a company that made the 2019 Top 50 Healthcare Companies and Top 100 Leaders in Healthcare, and was personally named one of Crain’s Chicago’s “Notable Women in Health Care” and is the author of the Amazon bestselling book Leadership and Life Hacks.

21mins

17 Aug 2020

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Ep. 56-Alyssa Rapp: Leadership and Life Hacks: Insights from a Mom, Wife, Entrepreneur & Executive

You Winning Life

Life long entrepreneurship is an approach I've been learning more about the last few years.This week's guest, Alyssa Rapp, is the perfect example of this.Throughout her career, Alyssa Rapp has not been afraid to ask, Now what?From training as a competitive gymnast to advising startups and running companies, Alyssa has always been used to working her tail off and looking ahead. By the time she added parenthood to the list, she quickly discovered the need to “hack” the system – find ways to work more efficiently, productively, and achieving at least episodic balance.Alyssa fell in love with her first entrepreneurial idea while studying at Stanford Business School, and, for the better part of the next decade, ran an e-commerce business called Bottlenotes. Partway through the journey, Bottlenotes pivoted, transforming into a leading digital media company in the US wine industry. From 2015-2017. Alyssa advised startups and private equity-backed companies alike through AJR Ventures; she also taught a course at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business on the Global Dynamics of the Wine Industry.In 2017, Alyssa and her family decided to move to Chicago where, as of of January 2018, Alyssa was named the CEO of Surgical Solutions by private equity firm Sterling Partners. Within six months, she was named one of Crain’s Chicago’s “Notable Women in Health Care” and made the list for a second year in a row in 2019. Within the same year the company made the 2019 Top 50 Healthcare Companies and Top 100 Leaders in Healthcare.She is the author of "Leadership and Life Hacks: Insights from a Mom, Wife, Entrepreneur & Executive" https://amzn.to/2ZhpWx2Jason Wasser Therapist/CoachOnline Tele-Therapy & Coaching 🖥The Family Room Wellness AssociatesCertified Neuro Emotional Technique Practitioner 🎧Host:You Winning Life Podcast🎤Available for speaking engagementslinktr.ee/jasonwasserlmfthttps://www.instagram.com/youwinninglifeMuse Meditation- Relaxation Made Easy Brain Sensing Headbands That Improve Your MeditationBusiness Finishing School Empowering successful companies & families to maximize results.Wasser's Furniture Highlighting what's great about buying your furniture from a brick and mortar family business!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

40mins

13 Aug 2020

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Episode 4 - Inside the Glass Box - Alyssa Rapp with Surgical Solutions

Inside the Glass Box

Meet Alyssa Rapp, CEO of Surgical Solutions. In this episode Alyssa discusses: - operating a healthcare business on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic; - understanding the differences between running venture-capital-backed startup vs. a private-equity-backed operating company; and, - balancing the multifaceted life of a mom, wife and executive.  Alyssa is an accomplished author, Stanford Lecturer and CEO of a 200+ employee company.  She also previously co-founded and operated the Silicon Valley startup Bottlenotes. Her recent book is titled, "Leadership & Life Hacks: Insights From A Mom, Wife, Entrepreneur & Executive."

24mins

4 May 2020

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EPISODE 111: ALYSSA RAPP - 3:17:20

The Golden Mean

“The value and valor is in the leap…Stop trying to control for perfection, and start trying to control for effort. That’s the one thing we can control in our lives.”Alyssa Rapp is a wildly successful CEO and entrepreneur - and now the author of the brand new book: Leadership & Life Hacks. On this episode of the Mean, Alyssa talks about the strategies that have made all the difference along her path - and how everyone can apply these simple keys in their own lives!

30mins

18 Mar 2020

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AB 195: Life Hacks and Lean Carnivores with Alyssa Rapp

All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett

Who survives tough economic times? Lean carnivores. Alyssa Rapp knows first-hand what it’s like to pivot a business model just before launch. She details that story in-depth in her book Leadership & Life Hacks, while also offering her most poignant hack from the book -- episodic versus daily balance. To find out what that means and why Alyssa says breaking bread matters, listen to this episode of All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett on C-Suite Radio.Buy the book Leadership and Life Hacks on Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

30mins

19 Feb 2020

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AB 195: Life Hacks and Lean Carnivores with Alyssa Rapp

All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett

Who survives tough economic times? Lean carnivores. Alyssa Rapp knows first-hand what it’s like to pivot a business model just before launch. She details that story in-depth in her book Leadership & Life Hacks, while also offering her most poignant hack from the book -- episodic versus daily balance. To find out what that means and why Alyssa says breaking bread matters, listen to this episode of All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett on C-Suite Radio.Buy the book Leadership and Life Hacks on Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

30mins

19 Feb 2020

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066: Alyssa Rapp on Rebooting Culture

Upside: The Business Growth Podcast

Throughout her career, Alyssa Rapp has not been afraid to ask, Now what? From training as a competitive gymnast to advising startups and running companies, she has always been used to working her tail off and looking ahead. By the time she added parenthood to the list, she quickly discovered the need to “hack” the system – find ways to work more efficiently, productively, and achieving at least episodic balance. Alyssa fell in love with her first entrepreneurial idea while studying at Stanford Business School, and, for the better part of the next decade, ran an e-commerce business called Bottlenotes. Partway through the journey, Bottlenotes pivoted, transforming into a leading digital media company in the US wine industry. From 2015-2017. Alyssa advised startups and private equity-backed companies alike through AJR Ventures; she also taught a course at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business on the Global Dynamics of the Wine Industry. In 2017, Alyssa and her family decided to move to Chicago where, as of of January 2018, Alyssa was named the CEO of Surgical Solutions by private equity firm Sterling Partners. Within six months, she was named one of Crain’s Chicago’s “Notable Women in Health Care” and made the list for a second year in a row in 2019. Within the same year the company made the 2019 Top 50 Healthcare Companies and Top 100 Leaders in Healthcare. Alyssa continues to teach at Stanford Business School and has recently been named Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Chicago’s Booth Business School. She also serves as a gubernatorial appointee to the Illinois Housing Development Authority board. When not immersed in business and civic life, Alyssa loves to run track, do yoga, ski fast, and spend time with her family. Her second book, Leadership and Life Hacks: Insights from a Mom, Wife, Entrepreneur and Executive was just released last year.

26mins

30 Jan 2020

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Leadership and Life Hacks: Featuring Alyssa Rapp

See It To Be It

Life is complicated, can you hack it? We all lead busy lives with conflicting responsibilities. How can we succeed at work and at home? Alyssa Rapp knows better than anyone that sometimes we need shortcuts, work-arounds, and work-throughs to navigate the different spheres of everyday life. In other words: hacks. During her visit to Austin, TX we sat down with Alyssa for a live interview and Q & A. As a Mom, Wife, Entrepreneur & Executive, Alyssa shares her go-to strategies for balancing life and leadership. On Women Entering the Workplace Again: _12:40- I think anyone who goes from a full blown pacing-mile to a stop, back to the same pace is a pretty hard thing to do... My advice is pretty consistenly to do some side projects. _ On leaving jobs: 21:13 People show you early on who they are in relationships. Pay attention. Leadership and Life Hacks Book on Amazon On The Dot Woman Content Corner Looking for more tips, motivation and direction? Tune into the See It To Be It podcast every Thursday on your favorite streaming service. Subscribe to our weekly email newsletter and audio brief, Four Minutes with On The Dot. You'll receive examples of relatable female role models in over 10 industries, plus quick stats on empowering women in the world, and to top it off, an inspirational quote that’s sure to jumpstart your day. Check us out on social! We are focused on your success, so let us know what you think by chatting with us at [@onthedotwoman](www.twitter.com/onthedotwoman) on Twitter, [Instagram](www.instagram.com/onthedotwoman), and [Facebook](www.facebook.com/onthedotwoman). Special Guest: Alyssa Rapp.

32mins

16 Jan 2020

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