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Hosted by The Lifestyle Edit founder, Naomi Mdudu, the podcast is a candid weekly conversation with creative female entrepreneurs. Each episode is a narrative journey of the triumphs, failures and insights from boundary-pushing creative women who have made their mark.Expect honest conversations about the opportunities and challenges of starting a business and vulnerable accounts of how these founders have recreated a definition of success on their own terms.For more inspiring stories, head to www.thelifestyleedit.com.Our newsletter is brimming with insights and anecdotes that you won’t find anywhere else. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

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Hosted by The Lifestyle Edit founder, Naomi Mdudu, the podcast is a candid weekly conversation with creative female entrepreneurs. Each episode is a narrative journey of the triumphs, failures and insights from boundary-pushing creative women who have made their mark.Expect honest conversations about the opportunities and challenges of starting a business and vulnerable accounts of how these founders have recreated a definition of success on their own terms.For more inspiring stories, head to www.thelifestyleedit.com.Our newsletter is brimming with insights and anecdotes that you won’t find anywhere else. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

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By Ayanna D - Feb 04 2019
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TLE podcast has been a go to for me when I need some motivation and some good in sight from other women entrepreneurs. I learn so much form the conversations on this podcast. Thank you Naomi for creating this space!!

10/10 A Must-Listen

By Kelsey Chapman - Jan 31 2019
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I LOVE The Life Style Edit. I am thankful for a space online where I can grab stellar biz tools for my tool kit! Thanks for taking the time to create such amazing conversations each week!

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Love this podcast!!

By Ayanna D - Feb 04 2019
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TLE podcast has been a go to for me when I need some motivation and some good in sight from other women entrepreneurs. I learn so much form the conversations on this podcast. Thank you Naomi for creating this space!!

10/10 A Must-Listen

By Kelsey Chapman - Jan 31 2019
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I LOVE The Life Style Edit. I am thankful for a space online where I can grab stellar biz tools for my tool kit! Thanks for taking the time to create such amazing conversations each week!

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The Lifestyle Edit Podcast

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Hosted by The Lifestyle Edit founder, Naomi Mdudu, the podcast is a candid weekly conversation with creative female entrepreneurs. Each episode is a narrative journey of the triumphs, failures and insights from boundary-pushing creative women who have made their mark.Expect honest conversations about the opportunities and challenges of starting a business and vulnerable accounts of how these founders have recreated a definition of success on their own terms.For more inspiring stories, head to www.thelifestyleedit.com.Our newsletter is brimming with insights and anecdotes that you won’t find anywhere else. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

Rank #1: 53. Psychology Driven Brand Strategy & The Tool That Generated 60K New Subscribers with Kaye Putnam

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Kaye Putnam is the woman you want on your team when it comes to branding. After working with clients ranging from Fortune 50 companies to small start-ups, she’s brought of all her insights and wisdom together into her signature In Demand Brand Method.

What makes Kaye’s work so special is that she shows entrepreneurs how to cut the noise and stand out from the crowd by getting to the heart of who you are really and what your secret sauce is. How does she do that? First, by helping entrepreneurs discover their brand ‘archetype’ and then giving them the tools to double down on that to attract their ideal clients.

In our conversation, we talk about the strategies you can use to attract your dream clients and repel the people you’re not meant to serve. She shares the key things every brand needs to stand out and also sheds light on the systems you need to have in place in order to maintain your brand voice and identity as you scale.

This is episode is brimming with so many incredible, actionable nuggets of wisdom that you can start implementing into your business straight away. Enjoy!

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· Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful for spreading these episodes to more female founders.
Resources:
· Take the brand quiz here: http://bit.ly/2LJaL6l

Work with Naomi:
· Apply to join our business accountability group: http://bit.ly/2IvCXaJ
· Sign up for a complimentary discovery call: http://bit.ly/2wttos2
· Ready to raise your rates and double your income? Get the free guide: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh

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Aug 21 2018

41mins

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Rank #2: 84.How To Overcome Limiting Money Beliefs, Attract Clients W/ Ease & Step Into Your Financial Power

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Do you ever wonder how some founders are able to rapidly grow their impact and income with a sense of ease? How they’re able to sell high ticket offers without resistance and launch services and products to a tribe of people waiting and excited to invest in what they have to offer?

If you’re ready to follow suit by overcoming any lingering limiting beliefs you have about money and finally put systems in place to convert your audience into customers with ease, this is the episode for you.

In this conversation with Laura and Betsey Milne, co-founders of Luscious Hustle, we talk about all things money and mindset from setting your rates, deciding how much to pay yourself and creating a profitability plan to breaking down how to take inspired action without expectation, setting financial goals without feeling anxious and the thought patterns that block financial abundance.

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· For more content, head to www.thelifestyleedit.com and click here to join thousands of female creatives in our newsletter community: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

Work with Naomi:
· Sign up for a complimentary coaching discovery call: http://bit.ly/2DjlR0X

TLE Resources:
· Visit the TLE Shop & Resource Centre: http://bit.ly/2Ds1Kx1
· Download our free blueprint on how to simply & effectively raise your rates and double your income: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh

Apr 16 2019

1hr 10mins

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Rank #3: 18. How Alisha Ramos Went From Working In Tech To Cultivating A Movement

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If there’s one word that characterises the feeling since the 2016 presidential election, particularly amongst women, it’s anxiety, and with that has come a long overdue cultural conversation about wellness and self-care.

It sparked Alisha Ramos to take, Girls' Night In, which was then a self-funded side project, and turn it into a fully-fledged business. One that’s building a community among women who want to take care of themselves and each other while having a good time and cultivating meaningful relationships.

To do so, she walked away from an impressive job in tech, after working her way up to become Vox Media’s product design director.

Alisha talks candidly about the fact that, as an entrepreneur, you never quite know whether you’ve made the right decision in leaving the comfortability of a stable career but also the reassurance that comes with seeing her community grow week on week.

We talk about how she’s diversifying her revenue streams, evolving from content to events, a membership program and now physical products and what that means for her team and the way she allocates her time.
With so much growth in just one year of business, she also sheds light on trying to find a healthy middle ground between ambition and grace.

Join the Community
· For more content, head to www.thelifestyleedit.comand click here to join thousands of female creatives in our newsletter community: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

Work with Naomi:
· Sign up for a complimentary discovery call: http://bit.ly/2wttos2
· Ready to raise your rates and double your income? Get the free guide: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh

Resources
Girls’ Night In
Scaling Up by Verne Harnish
The E-Myth by Michael Gerber
Shine Theory: Why Powerful Women Make The Greatest Friends by Ann Friedman

Jan 16 2018

48mins

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Rank #4: 71. How To Free Yourself From Lies That Keep You Small With Tanya Geisler

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In this episode of the show, we’re talking to TEDx speaker and transformative coach, Tanya Geiser.
She came to coaching after years in an outwardly successful but ultimately unsatisfying career in advertising. She logged the hours, delivered the results but kept waiting for a deep-seated feeling of accomplishment and satisfaction that never arrived.

9/11, the death of her mother and the birth of daughter within a 9 month span was the turning point that inspired her to leave her job and really uncover what her true purpose is.

Today, she works with clients in overcoming the limiting beliefs keeping them small so they too, can step into their true calling.

In our conversation, Tanya breaks down the main differences between self-doubt and imposter complex and the mistaken beliefs we tell ourselves that keep us stuck. We walks through strategies you can use to quickly identify limiting beliefs and work through them.

Join the Community:
· For more content, head to www.thelifestyleedit.com and click here to join thousands of female creatives in our newsletter community: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

Work with Naomi:
· Sign up for a complimentary coaching discovery call: http://bit.ly/2DjlR0X
· Ready to raise your rates and double your income? Get the free guide: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh

Resources:
Visit Tanya’s website: http://bit.ly/2B2kYIb
Find out what behaviour is standing in the way of your growth by taking her quiz: http://bit.ly/2z6gmja

Whenever you’re ready, here are three ways I can help you...
1. If you’re ready to go from idea to execution, join the wait list for our Business Mastery Group Coaching Program
For female business owners ready to rapidly grow their businesses from scratch, this program is the step by step process that I’ve used to help many of my clients double their income in 6 months. In six group coaching sessions, I’ll walk you through the foundations you need to run a profitable business without the overwhelm: http://bit.ly/2BY4ZMb

2. If you’re looking to scale, let’s work together 1:1
If you’re craving an individualised experience, 1:1 coaching allows us to go deep through a customised program tailored around where your life and business is right now. A 1-month intensive, this is available to a select few each year who are ready to invest in a high touch approach: http://bit.ly/2wttos2

Nov 20 2018

49mins

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Rank #5: 12. Michelle Adams On Creating a Life & Business On Your Own Terms

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Impressive is quite the understatement to describe Michelle Adams’ CV. She cut her teeth at Domino magazine, fresh out of college, only to return a few years resurrecting the interior’s magazine after its hiatus in the role of editor in chief – making her the youngest EIC in Condé Nast history.
Michelle has always been entrepreneurial. Even during her first stint at Domino, she founded her own soft goods and upholstery company, Rubie Green, after she noticed that the eco-friendly textile market was undertapped while researching for Domino’s annual “green issue. She’s perhaps, most well-known for co-founding Lonny magazine before later selling to Livingly Media.
After Domino she decided to leave her life in New York and move closer to home in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
“It was a big decision for sure, but honestly, I haven’t looked back and I couldn’t be happier to have made that kind of life change. I was burnt out and had spent so many years focusing on my career that I had lost touch with the things that matter to me, like my family, friends, and my own health. Now that I’m all settled in my home and my new consulting career is firmly in place, I can’t imagine ever moving back to New York.”
In today’s episode Michelle talks about what it was like at the helm of some of the most influential interiors titles in the world and why she had no regrets walking away from it all and starting again with the launch of her online store, The Maryn. We explore how she’s carved a definition of success on her own terms and break down what living her best life means now.
www.themaryn.com
Instagram: @themarynshop

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· Ready to raise your rates and double your income? Get the free guide: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh

Sep 02 2017

1hr 6mins

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Rank #6: 37. The Art of Running An Intuitive Big, Small Business With Susan Connor

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There is so much misinformation out there about entrepreneurship right now; from one size fits all formulas, glorification of the hustle and outdated ideas of what a successful business actually looks like.

That’s why we’re so thrilled to have textile designer, Susan Connor on the podcast today. She is the perfect example of an entrepreneur who has steered away from convention and tapped into her intuition to create a profitable business on her own terms.

In this episode, you will learn why Susan decided to follow her instinct and close her first business despite the success she was experiencing. We talk about why entering into an industry as outsider can often be your competitive advantage and the questions she asks herself before she creates anything.

Susan also shares why historically she’s said ‘no’ to big opportunities when they’ve felt out of alignment and the strategies she’s used instead to grow her client base in a slower, but more fulfilling way.

As Tony Robbins famously said, running a business is 80% mindset and 20% strategy so explore that. She talks candidly about the resistance that has popped up as she’s grown her business beyond her wildest expectations and the mental work she’s had to do to overcome that and truly step into her power.

Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful for spreading these episodes to more female founders.

Join the Community
· For more content, head to www.thelifestyleedit.comand click here to join thousands of female creatives in our newsletter community: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

Work with Naomi:
· Sign up for a complimentary discovery call: http://bit.ly/2wttos2
· Ready to raise your rates and double your income? Get the free guide: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh

Resources
Find out more about Susan’s work by visiting www.susanconnorny.com
Check out our conversation with Elaine Pofeldt in episode 19 of the podcast
The Desire Map by Danielle LaPorte: https://amzn.to/2HLoyeP
The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks: https://amzn.to/2rgSsfM
Playing Big by Tara Mohr: https://amzn.to/2w4sTo3

May 15 2018

1hr 19mins

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Rank #7: 40. Growing A Product Based Business – What’s Working Now with Ariel Gordon

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Whether you’re in a full-time job with ambitions of starting your own brand or have already taken the plunge and want to scale, this episode was created for you.

Join me as I talk to jewellery designer Ariel Gordon about her journey, transitioning from Hollywood publicist to the founder of her eponymous jewellery line, which, next year will celebrate 10 years in business.

Today, she has a booming direct to consumer business; a slew of lucrative wholesale partners and her jewellery is regularly spotted on influencers, celebrities and magazine covers.

But success aside, this episode is all about shedding light to the strategies Ariel implemented to make it all happen – strategies you can implement for your product-based business too.

In the episode, Ariel breaks down why working for a jewellery designer before starting up on her own was one of the best decisions she ever made. She shares some of the mindset shifts any entrepreneur needs to make when it comes to taking risks and getting started.

As a former publicist, she relied heavily on a press coverage to build momentum in the early days. She walks us through how she did that and the reveals the type of publicity that converts into the most sales now (the example she gives will definitely surprise you!).

Navigating the wholesale world is challenging so we quizzed Ariel on how she’s chosen the stores she works with, what to know about managing cash flow in taking on big orders and how to cultivate relationships with stores that last.

With her big milestone around the corner, we also talk about how she’s creating enough white space to come up with new ideas and future-proof what she’s created.

Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful for spreading these episodes to more female founders.

Join the Community
• For more content, head to www.thelifestyleedit.com and click here to join thousands of female creatives in our newsletter community: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

Resources:
• Visit the Ariel Gordon website: http://bit.ly/2LmCVnX
• Follow Ariel Gordon on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2kej9yS

Work with Naomi:
• Sign up for a complimentary discovery call: bit.ly/2wttos2
• Book a business strategy session: bit.ly/2G9ESEK
· Ready to raise your rates and double your income? Get the free guide: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh

Jun 05 2018

47mins

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Rank #8: 3. Finding Your Extraordinary with Stella & Dot CEO, Jessica Herrin

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In today’s episode, we talk to Jessica Herrin, CEO and founder of Stella & Dot, the social selling business that creates flexible entrepreneurial opportunities for women. While her name might not ring a bell, you’ll definitely recognise their jewellery. It’s available online and through in-home trunk shows through independent stylists who keep up 35% of the value of sales they make.

This podcast was recorded last year when we caught up with Jessica after the launch of her book, Finding Your Extraordinary: Dream Big, Live Happier and Achieve Success on Your Own Terms. The book isn’t about having it all. Instead, it focuses on having what matters most to you. It’s about how find your extraordinary career, your extraordinary happiness, your extraordinary life.

After leaving school, she worked with a series of tech start-ups before attending Stanford Business school, where, at 24 years old, she cofounded a wedding-gift registry site, which later merged with WeddingChannel.com and was later sold for $78million.

When she started Stella & Dot, it was a side business while she worked full-time as a marketing manager at Dell and was pregnant with her first child. Last year, the company expanded beyond trend-led accessories to include two new brands: Keep Collective, a line of keepsake jewellery, and EVER Skincare.

Jessica has also been recognized for her business savvy by Oprah, The Wall Street Journal and countless over publications and was also honoured by Ernest & Young and Inc. 500 as a Top Entrepreneur.

Instagram: @thelifestyleedit

Feb 20 2017

39mins

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Rank #9: 28. Finding Your Calling With Mavenly + Co Founder, Kate Gremillion

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In this episode, Mavenly & Co's Kate Gremillon shares what it was like working towards securing her dream job, only to get there and want to walk away from it all. She shares how that experience triggered a journey of introspection, asking herself some serious questions about how she wanted to feel and what she wanted her life to look like.

Not only is her story incredibly inspiring, in this episode she gives actionable advice on what you need to do find your calling and cultivate an audience that allows you to do what you love for a living.

We cover everything from how to receive feedback from your community and use that to fuel your bottom line all the way to top tips on selling, using free content as a way of securing new clients and tips on how to cultivate an investment mindset.

Join the Community
· For more content, head to www.thelifestyleedit.comand click here to join thousands of female creatives in our newsletter community: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

Work with Naomi:
· Sign up for a complimentary discovery call: http://bit.ly/2wttos2
· Ready to raise your rates and double your income? Get the free guide: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh

Resources
www.thelifestyleedit.com https://mavenly.co
Women, Work & Worth by Mavenly + Co Podcast
Join The Lifestyle Edit Newsletter Community: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

Mar 13 2018

51mins

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Rank #10: 19. How To Launch & Scale A Million-Dollar One-Person Business With Elaine Pofeldt

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In this episode we’re talking to Elaine Pofeldt, former senior editor at Fortune Small Business magazine.

Elaine has dedicated her career to writing about entrepreneurship for publications such as Crain's New York Business, Fortune, Money, Inc., CNBC and many others.

The rise of one-million-dollar, one-person businesses in the past five years is the biggest trend in employment today, offering the widest range of people the most ways to earn a living while having the lifestyles they want and it’s the focus of her latest book, The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business.

It offers a road map to creating a seven-figure, ultra-lean business by sharing the strategies of entrepreneurs who have approached and hit $1 million in revenue before adding employees.

From their experiences, you’ll learn how to come up with the right business idea, how to develop concrete strategies you can use to turn your vision into reality, and how to scale your revenues and profits once they start rolling in.

In the episode we break down those themes and discuss the barriers stopping women from securing venture capital, the considerations you need to make before outsourcing work and what to start with first and why it’s more possible now than ever before to make a profitable business that serves the life you want to lead.

Resources
The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business: Make Great Money. Work the Way You Like. Have the Life You Want
The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey
Scaling Up: How A Few Companies Make It…And Why The Rest Don’t by Verne Harnish
The Mind Your Business Podcast by James Wedmore
Upwork
People By The Hour
The One Page Strategic Plan by Verne Harnish

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Work with Naomi:
· Sign up for a complimentary discovery call: http://bit.ly/2wttos2
· Ready to raise your rates and double your income? Get the free guide: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh

Jan 23 2018

1hr 16mins

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Rank #11: 38. How To Intentionally Create An Abundance Mindset & Flow Into Alignment

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We all know that having a positive mindset is the secret source to cultivate lives and businesses that we love but where to start?

That’s the question we posed to mindset expert, Ayla Khosroshahi on this episode of the show.

Ayla is the co-founder of Mindshift Ninja, a company she founded with her brother to support people in overcoming limiting beliefs, getting to grips with their why and learning how to thrive without strain.

We start our conversation by exploring the empowering questions Ayla asked herself that helped her go from burnt out and sick to doing the work she does today.

She explains why willpower isn’t enough to manifest your dreams and the strategies you can use to show up even when you don’t feel motivated to.
We explore simple, daily practices you can use to get into alignment and how to approach productivity with compassion rather than judging ourselves on how much we output.

Ayla gets candid about the mindset challenges that popped up since she gave birth for the first time last year and also gives you the tools you need to create a growth mindset no matter what challenges pop-up in your life.

Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful for spreading these episodes to more female founders.

Join The TLE Community
• For more content, head to www.thelifestyleedit.com and click here to join thousands of female creatives in our newsletter community: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

Resources:
• Find out more about Mindshift Ninja by visiting www.mindshift.ninja
• Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Joe Dispenza: https://amzn.to/2w9A3HK

Work with Naomi:
• Complimentary Discovery Call: http://bit.ly/2wttos2
• Business Coaching Strategy Session: http://bit.ly/2G9ESEK
· Ready to raise your rates and double your income? Get the free guide: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh

May 22 2018

1hr 1min

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Rank #12: 17. What An MS Diagnosis Taught This Magazine Owner About Taking Risks

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Today on the show I’m talking to my friend, Alison Engstrom, founder of Brooklyn-based, print magazine, Rose & Ivy.
From the very first discovery of her mother’s copies of Vogue, she was entranced by print and moved to New York from Charleston, South Carolina with the hopes of securing a role in the beauty department of one of the women’s magazines. But this all happened against the backdrop of the recession. Nobody was hiring and it was the start of teams shrinking and the closure of many of the beloved magazines we’ve all grown up with.
It’s what promoted her transition into marketing before ultimately closing that door and going full circle in creating a print magazine of her own.
Alison and I talk about what it was like being laid off, not once, twice but three times from marketing roles and how, looking back, it seems like the universe had always been trying to point her in a different direction.
She talks candidly about being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, a month before her wedding day, and how her diagnosis gave her the confidence to follow her bliss and pursue her dream.
We also talk about how she started the magazine with no industry contacts and is now working with leading designers and rising talent on covers, only two and a half years in.

Join the Community
· For more content, head to www.thelifestyleedit.comand click here to join thousands of female creatives in our newsletter community: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

Work with Naomi:
· Sign up for a complimentary discovery call: http://bit.ly/2wttos2
· Ready to raise your rates and double your income? Get the free guide: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh

Resources mentioned in this episode:
Jim Carey 2014 MUM Speech
Rose & Ivy website
Grit by Angela Duckworth
Oprah Super Soul Sunday
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
The Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
The Lifestyle Edit Podcast Ep. 10: Making Love and Business Work with Michael Powell
Daring Greatly by Brené Brown
The Motivation Manifesto by Brendon Burchard

Jan 08 2018

46mins

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Rank #13: 73. What’s Working Right Now On Instagram With Sue B Zimmerman

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Today, we deep dive with Instagram expert, Sue B Zimmerman into what’s working right now to both grow your followers and engagement on Instagram and also convert them into paying customers and clients.

We talk about how to beat the algorithm challenges; why you need to create content that builds a tribe before asking for the sale and how to read your analytics and optimise your content.
Sue shares her personal Instagram strategy and what changes she thinks are coming for the platform.

Join the Community
· For more content, head to www.thelifestyleedit.com and click here to join thousands of female creatives in our newsletter community: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo
Work with Naomi:
· Sign up for a complimentary coaching discovery call: http://bit.ly/2DjlR0X
· Ready to raise your rates and double your income? Get the free guide: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh
Resources:
Visit Sue’s website: http://bit.ly/2M0kx5f
Check out her YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/2skLxn2
Follow Sue’s business Instagram account: http://bit.ly/2ACIpap

Jan 17 2019

50mins

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Rank #14: 2. Project Love Founders Vicki Burtt and Selina Barker

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Project Love Founders Vicki Burtt and Selina Barker on the importance of self-love and self-care

In this episode we’re talking to the duo behind Project Love, a business dedicated, quite literally to the business of love. Founders Vicki Burtt and Selina Marker have made it their mission to offer a whole new style of love and relationship advice that is practical, not at all preach, and above all else, relatable.

Teaching about the importance of self-care is at the heart of everything they do. Designing a life you love means cultivating love on the inside so that it flourishes on the outside. The heart of their message is about focusing on the most important relationship of all: our relationship with ourselves.

In today’s episode we talk about:

- How they met, what sparked the idea for Project Love and what made them decide to turn it into a business

- What they felt was missing when it comes to dating and self-care advice

- The pressure society puts on us as women to be married with kids and have everything figured out by a certain age

- Their incredible workshops and coaching sessions, including their latest one, Designing a Life You Love

- How to cultivate self-love and create self-care rituals you’ll stick with

Upcoming Project Love Events:

Project Love Salon in London: https://loveprojectlove.com/events/how-to-fall-in-love-with-life

Feb 13 2017

1hr 3mins

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Rank #15: 20. How To Use LinkedIn To Grow Your Business On Auto-Pilot With Tracy Enos

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Today on the show, we’re talking to consultant, best-selling author and LinkedIn expert, Tracy Enos. She shares the techniques and strategies she uses on LinkedIn to get her clients businesses seen by their ideal clients and how content marketing can help you generate leads for your business on autopilot.
Tracy’s journey to becoming an industry expert wasn’t linear. Her story is the perfect example of using personal tragedy and setbacks as an opportunity to grow.

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Work with Naomi:
· Sign up for a complimentary discovery call: http://bit.ly/2wttos2
· Ready to raise your rates and double your income? Get the free guide: http://bit.ly/2W7hehh

Resources
Tracy Enos
Tracy Enos LinkedIn page
LinkedIn Publishing to Profits: A Simple 5-Step To Attract High Paying Clients, Media Attention & Speaking Engagements
Six Simple Steps To Attract High-Paying Clients with LinkedIn

Feb 06 2018

54mins

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Rank #16: 44. The Balance Between Making Money & Following Your Passion with Rachel Khoo

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Jun 26 2018

1hr 6mins

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Rank #17: 58. How To Effortlessly Get Clients By Crafting An Unforgettable Brand Message with Adria DeCorte

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Are you proud of the product or service you’ve created but feel frustrated because you’re not getting the clients or customers you know you should be?

In today’s episode of the podcast, we’re talking to messaging coach Adria DeCorte who breaks down some of the key strategies you need to know to help you effortlessly attract and close your ideal clients.

She walks through how to uncover your big idea and the parts of your unique story that will resonate with your audience in a way that makes them want to work with you. We also talk about why understanding the real desires and pain points of your ideal client is the first step in achieving that.

In the conversation, Adria shares some simple but powerful shifts you can make in how you can talk about your business so clients understand the importance of the work you do and why it’s worth paying for.

Help Us Spread the Word
· Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful for spreading these episodes to more female founders.
Learn more about Adria’s work:
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Sep 25 2018

1hr 3mins

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Rank #18: 83. How To Process Emotional Blocks & Get Into Flow With Ruby Warrington

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After a career in journalism where she was Features Editor at the Sunday Times Style, Ruby Warrington launched The Numinous, a lifestyle platform dedicated to all things "new age".

In this episode, Ruby shares what inspired her to move away from her former career; the pivotal moments in her own spiritual journey and following her 'why' with this work, all while navigating her relationship with alcohol.

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Mar 26 2019

39mins

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Rank #19: 64. How Masterminding Helped Us Double Our Revenue: In Conversation With Nicole Swartz

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Almost a year ago, I started a peer to peer mastermind with attorney and Sprout Law founder, Nicole Swartz. Since working together, we’ve both doubled our revenue.

In this conversation, we explore what masterminding is, why it’s so powerful and our tips on the do’s and don’ts.

If you’re interested in joining a mastermind, come and join ours! Apply to join our Accountability Circle: http://bit.ly/2spybFG

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Oct 16 2018

26mins

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Rank #20: 5. Overcoming Missteps And Reinventing Your Career With Bitten CEO & Founder, Naz Riahi

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In today’s episode I’m talking to Naz Ree-ah-hi, CEO and founder of Bitten, a culinary conference that set out to change the conversation around food and open an inclusive community to a wider audience.

After almost a decade working in advertising and marketing, she was attracted to the food space for its innovation and creativity but felt that the space was insular. Ever the disruptor, she decided to change that.

The first Bitten conference, took place in New York back in 2015. A week before the event, tickets were totally sold out. The day of, she was fielding ticket requests from people willing to pay cash to get in.

More than 300 strangers came for a full day of 20-minute TED-talk style presentations showcasing the future of food told by the people who are making it happen.

In today’s episode, Naz reveals for the first time that, despite toying with the idea of launching her own business for a while, she finally took the plunge after being fired from her corporate job.

Unsurprisingly, the experience was scary but she was driven by the belief in her vision, knowing that sometimes you have to take risks to make things happen.

Last year she took the conference to the West Coast for the first time and was one of a handful of people invited to attend the South by South Lawn festival (inspired by South By South West) at the White House.

In our conversation she reflects back on all the doubts she had in the beginning, not knowing whether prominent leaders would sign on to speak and not knowing how many tickets they’d be able to sell.

The next Bitten conference takes place on May 12 in NYC. thisisbitten.com

Mar 07 2017

37mins

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