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Hosted by media entrepreneur, author, speaker and coach Elayne Fluker, the SUPPORT IS SEXY podcast features candid interviews with successful women entrepreneurs, around the world 5 days a week, who get real and share inspiring true stories of the ups and the downs of their entrepreneurial journeys -- where they started, when they struggled, and how they still made it happen! Every Monday through Friday, each episode of SUPPORT IS SEXY will give you actionable strategies for success, tips for building your support network, pitfalls to avoid and important lessons learned that will motivate you to take your business, and your life, to the next level!Elayne Fluker was a journalist for more than 20 years before launching her own media brand. She also leads the SUPPORT IS SEXY Mastermind community -- which is a global network of 400+ women entrepreneurs around the world -- and she is currently writing a book reminding unapologetically ambitious women that having it all doesn't mean doing it all alone. Join Elayne and her guests every weekday and get inspired! Visit elaynefluker.com for more, and thank you for listening!

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Hosted by media entrepreneur, author, speaker and coach Elayne Fluker, the SUPPORT IS SEXY podcast features candid interviews with successful women entrepreneurs, around the world 5 days a week, who get real and share inspiring true stories of the ups and the downs of their entrepreneurial journeys -- where they started, when they struggled, and how they still made it happen! Every Monday through Friday, each episode of SUPPORT IS SEXY will give you actionable strategies for success, tips for building your support network, pitfalls to avoid and important lessons learned that will motivate you to take your business, and your life, to the next level!Elayne Fluker was a journalist for more than 20 years before launching her own media brand. She also leads the SUPPORT IS SEXY Mastermind community -- which is a global network of 400+ women entrepreneurs around the world -- and she is currently writing a book reminding unapologetically ambitious women that having it all doesn't mean doing it all alone. Join Elayne and her guests every weekday and get inspired! Visit elaynefluker.com for more, and thank you for listening!

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Elayne Fluker is an amazing story teller. She is also a stellar interviewer as her questions are always right on! I love to listen to her podcasts while taking my daily walk... Monday through Friday :)

I love this!!!

By Ferlene - Apr 09 2019
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So grateful for all of the content across all media. What a great inspirational podcast!!!!!

iTunes Ratings

143 Ratings
Average Ratings
130
8
5
0
0

Strategy wrapped in Superior Story Telling

By MarGO G. - Aug 14 2019
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Elayne Fluker is an amazing story teller. She is also a stellar interviewer as her questions are always right on! I love to listen to her podcasts while taking my daily walk... Monday through Friday :)

I love this!!!

By Ferlene - Apr 09 2019
Read more
So grateful for all of the content across all media. What a great inspirational podcast!!!!!
Cover image of Support is Sexy Podcast with Elayne Fluker | Interviews with Successful Women Entrepreneurs 5 Days a Week!

Support is Sexy Podcast with Elayne Fluker | Interviews with Successful Women Entrepreneurs 5 Days a Week!

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Hosted by media entrepreneur, author, speaker and coach Elayne Fluker, the SUPPORT IS SEXY podcast features candid interviews with successful women entrepreneurs, around the world 5 days a week, who get real and share inspiring true stories of the ups and the downs of their entrepreneurial journeys -- where they started, when they struggled, and how they still made it happen! Every Monday through Friday, each episode of SUPPORT IS SEXY will give you actionable strategies for success, tips for building your support network, pitfalls to avoid and important lessons learned that will motivate you to take your business, and your life, to the next level!Elayne Fluker was a journalist for more than 20 years before launching her own media brand. She also leads the SUPPORT IS SEXY Mastermind community -- which is a global network of 400+ women entrepreneurs around the world -- and she is currently writing a book reminding unapologetically ambitious women that having it all doesn't mean doing it all alone. Join Elayne and her guests every weekday and get inspired! Visit elaynefluker.com for more, and thank you for listening!

Rank #1: 453: ‘Girl, Wash Your Face’ Author Rachel Hollis On Building An Authentic Brand And Being Your Beautiful, Messy Self

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Rachel Hollis speaks to women about how to get over these fears of who we think we are supposed to be as opposed to being who we're meant to be. IN THIS EPISODE: Overcoming fears that are holding us back from becoming the person we were meant to be Learn more about the business of her website TheChicSite.com Content creation and the business of blogging

May 02 2018

56mins

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Rank #2: 643: Stop Being the Nice Girl and Start Being the CEO of Your Life with Business Coach Alex Rudnicka

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Alex Rudnicka grew up in Warsaw, Poland, and came to the UK at 21, barely speaking English, struggling to find her way. As an entrepreneur , she also struggled to find her footing -- until she decided to stop being the "nice girl" and start being the CEO. Today, Alex is founder of CEO Female Entrepreneur -- a company that helps women stop feeling like a little girl in business and take ownership of being the CEO of their business. They support women entrepreneurs through high level, personalized one-to-one coaching and through online education products, such as courses and other online educational products.

On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Alex shares why the nice girl struggles as an entrepreneur, how to bounce back from your failures, and how to be confident that whatever skill you need, you can learn

May 30 2019

53mins

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Rank #3: 178: How to Embrace New Beginnings, Move On & Thrive Through Tough Transitions with Realtor Tricia Lee

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Tricia Lee has always been about her business, literally. At age 11, the Phoenix native had a cleaning business, including classmates -- and her sister -- who worked for her for $5 per day.

After high school, Tricia wanted to be a flight attendant -- and did, at age 19 -- until she was fired.

What came next, after getting her B.A. in Communications from Arizona State University, was more than a decade of groundbreaking work in the beauty business, including positions at Estée Lauder and MAC Cosmetics, and eventually with the launch of her innovative business, Polish Bar -- a nail salon that took Brooklyn (and the industry) by storm.

But 10 years later, even though her business was still buzzing and beloved by the press and patrons, Tricia knew it was time to move on, again. Next stop: real estate. But the journey wasn't an easy one. In fact, Tricia calls it muddy, one of the hardest she has faced. 

On this episode, Tricia talks to us about believing wholeheartedly in your dreams, tapping into that part of yourself that knows when it's time to make a move, and how success can sometimes cloud your reality.

On this episode you'll learn:

How to keep moving toward your vision despite the obstacles.Knowing when it's time to move on.Remain focused on your WHY.How to make liars out of haters.Why you have to surround yourself with people who support your kind of crazy.Moving beyond from the guilt of moving on.How to face down self doubt.How success can sometimes cloud your reality.The benefits of the hard times.Her advice for women going through a tough transition.How being "bout it" has been key to her success.The importance of doing the work when no one is watching 

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Show notes, links, contacts and resources for this episode may be found at supportissexypodcast.com.

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Mar 08 2017

1hr 4mins

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Rank #4: 681: 3 Questions to That Will Help You Uncover Your Purpose with Empowerment Coach Jodie Rogers

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On today's Support is Sexy podcast REWIND EPISODE -- recorded during my travels in Valencia, Spain, I speak to empowerment coach Jodie Rogers, who consults corporations on building relationships, team building and redefining success. Jodie, who was born near Belfast, Ireland, and relocated to Valencia with her husband, talks about the importance of having the courage to take action and gaining confidence and clarity along the way. Plus, she shares three key questions we should ask ourselves on this journey to uncover our own purpose.

For more interviews with women entrepreneurs around the world go to supportissexy.com!

ARE READY TO GET SUPPORT AND STOP STRUGGLING TO BUILD YOUR BUSINESS ALL ALONE? THEN JOIN A COMMUNITY OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS WHO ARE BUILDING THIER BUSINESSES -- TOGETHER! GO TO supportissexymastermind.com!

Aug 21 2019

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Rank #5: 395: Karen Hunter of The Karen Hunter Show on Mastering Your Side Hustle and Never Asking for Permission

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Karen Hunter is no stranger to entrepreneurship. She watched her father work seven days a week -- even on holidays -- at the corner store he owned in Newark, New Jersey, showing her along how business was handled. Karen was hooked, and wanted to be a part of the business when she got older. But her father said no.

This drove Karen toward entrepreneurship even more. And today, she is building a legacy that includes a Pulitzer she received for her work during her 16 years at the New York Daily News, a top-rated radio show host of the The Karen Hunter Show on Sirius XM radio, a NY Times bestselling author, owner of Karen Hunter Books, the source of the petition signed by more than 500,000 individuals, which led to the removal of the confederate flag in Charleston, South Carolina and the #1 app in the government tech space, The Party of Lincoln.

On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Karen talks about mastering your side hustles, asking for permission -- never, and pushing yourself to stretch to capacity.

On this episode you'll learn:

Be EXCELLENT at your main job while building your side hustles.Ask for permission -- never.How to side hustle to the nth degree.The importance of having multiple streams of income.How to stretch your capacity.Why you must do your homework and learn to leverage your "receipts."Why you should generate 3 times your salary for your employer. How to use your platform for good. 

For more resources, links and information mentioned in this episode, go to Supportissexypodcast.com!

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Jan 22 2018

42mins

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Rank #6: 133: Shantrelle P. Lewis on Having Vision, Manifesting Love and Creating Businesses That Count It All Joy

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Shantrelle P. Lewis has always been a woman of vision. From the time she was a little girl growing up in her beloved New Orleans -- assertive, ambitious, clear that she could do anything -- Shantrelle was calling in the law of attraction, placing posters of the college she wanted to go to on her wall (she went), later, the kind of man she wanted to meet (she married him last November) and the bestselling book she wanted to write (it's scheduled for release this April).

But what Shantrelle has also been about, always, is loving Black people, Black history and Black culture, and the expression of that culture through art, style, writing, and most recently, business. As a curator, she has traveled the world with her Dandy Lion Project exhibit and anthropological studies, and as an entrepreneur she seamlessly intertwines her culture into the fabric of each venture, including Shoppe Black -- her partnership venture with her husband, Tony, which supports and highlights Black businesses, and William + James, her bow-tie line inspired by the great Black intellectuals W.E.B. DuBous and James Baldwin. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Shantrelle riffs on a long list of books, scholars and resources that you'll definitely want to dive into (see RESOURCES below) and talks about the importance of vision, of doing the work and of making joy a practice.

On this episode you'll learn:

How to be a woman of vision.The importance of vision boards and getting clear on how -- and why -- they workHow to incorporate your passion into your business.What it takes to be an entrepreneur.Why spirituality, love and joy take practice.How to break down your goals and tackle them.The importance of knowing what works for you and establishing best practices around that.The value of having an accountability partner.You're the average of the five people you spend the most time with, so you must get rid of people who don't believe in the possibilities.Why you have to "do you" and be authentic to your own vision and dreams.Subscribe to Support is Sexy podcast on iTunes or on Stitcher Radio!

Thank you for listening! And hey, if you love it, please click here to leave us a Rating & Review on iTunes!

Show notes, links, contacts and resources for this episode may be found at supportissexypodcast.com.

[Music: "Easy" by SPCZ]

Jan 04 2017

1hr 10mins

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Rank #7: 567: How to LEVEL-UP Your Mindset!

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On this episode, I share how leveling up my mindset helped me change my life, travel the world, and live my dream -- and how YOU can do the same! PLUS: How to work with me for eight weeks to level up your mindset and get a FREE MINDSET MEDITATION that you can use daily. 

Nov 03 2018

25mins

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Rank #8: 624: How to Find Your Soul's Purpose and Reinvent at Any Age with Coach and Author Jessica Joines

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“The heart is the blueprint for your soul’s purpose.”

On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, coach Jessica Joines — author of the book, Dare to Believe — shares how her anxiety and panic attacks while working in advertising were the breaking point for her  in making a change and discovering the purpose. The change wasn’t easy, but Jessica says we have to learn to get over our victim conscious and, as her book says, dare to believe as we search for our soul’s purpose. Listen to find out three important lessons to help you discover your purpose and move beyond the limiting beliefs that can hold you back. 

Mar 25 2019

46mins

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Rank #9: 694: Everyday May Not Feel Like a Win, But Everyday Counts

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Some days, some weeks, you may not feel like you're winning. You may feel like you weren't the best in that meeting, on that call, at that event -- but that's okay. As I share in this episode, words of wisdom from Wahne Tubman, founder of SoulBalmSisters.com, helped me remember to still count that day if it's one where you showed up and did your best. "Everyday may not feel like a win, but everyday counts!"


Are you ready to stop struggling to launch your business or grow your platform all alone? Then join the Support is Sexy Circle, my group coaching program for women entrepreneurs like you! Visit supportissexycircle.com!

Oct 28 2019

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Rank #10: yes338: Getting Over the "Starving Artist" Myth and Closing the Gap Between Your Talent and Your Taste with Artist Amira Rahim

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Amira Rahim considers herself an accidental entrepreneur. As a visual artist, she didn't think about selling her work at first, but shared it often on social media. All of that changed when she decided to "make the ask" for a sale, received enthusiastic response and began to sell her work. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Amira talks about getting over the "starving artist" myth, learning to market yourself as a creative and holding your art sacred; but not precious.

Oct 30 2017

1hr 10mins

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Rank #11: 123: Essence Editor and Entrepreneur Charreah Jackson on Finding Love, Embracing Support, Becoming Self Aware and Being a Boss

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When having a conversation with Charreah K. Jackson -- ESSENCE magazine Lifestyle & Relationships Editor and Creator of BossBride -- you will be struck by  her Southern charm as as much as you will be by her worldly self awareness. The Decatur, Georgia, native -- who considers herself "a little bit bossy" and "with a big personality" -- grew up surrounded by models of strong black women, with a great, great grandmother who had a rifle, knew how to shoot a straight shot and catch a squirrel with her bare hands. For Charreah, witnessing this strength normalized power and agency.

Today, as Charreah balances a demanding full-time magazine job with coaching clients, her Bossbride community, her personal life and writing her soon-to-be-published book, she realizes that with all that strength she has inherited, she also needs support, and softness, in many areas of her life -- and that's a good thing. As she says, we need to normalize support, and not see it as a weakness.

On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Charreah talks openly about how support and her evolving self awareness allowed her to overcome cancer, shift her relationship with money, walk away from what's familiar and face her fears by standing up and catching the wave.

On this episode you'll learn:

Take inventory of your talent and your time.How to determine what your gift is and own it.How you can maximize your wealth and live a life of abundance.Be willing to make sacrifices for the hustle.Why, if you're moonlighting, you should view your job as your biggest client.Getting clear on the vision on your life and what you want that to look like.How to heal your relationship with money.Taking back your power and making a different choice.To up-level your bank account you have to up-level your circle.Being aware of the fact that we live in a culture that gets wealthy off keeping you distracted.The importance of asking yourself what's not working.Why vulnerability has gotten a bad wrap.Having the courage to walk away from something that has run its course.Why you shouldn't let the ending tell the story.The genius of standing up and catching the wave. 

Subscribe to Support is Sexy podcast on iTunes or on Stitcher Radio!

Thank you for listening! And hey, if you love it, click here to leave us a Rating & Review on iTunes!

Show notes, links, contacts and resources for this episode may be found at supportissexypodcast.com.

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Dec 21 2016

1hr 1min

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Rank #12: 159: Silence Your Inner Critic and Get Unstuck with Life Coach Denise Harris

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After years of building a career in leadership positions in corporate America, Denise Harris -- a native of my hometown of Lakeview, Long Island in New York -- decided that it was time. She could no longer deny that burning passion she had to offer executive training and coaching services, so she signed up for a coaching course of her own while still working full-time. But once she started, she couldn't stop, and neither did her clients, who started to flow into her by referrals.

On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Denise talks about how to know when you're onto something, how to get over imposter syndrome, how to quiet your inner critic and how to remove the idea that the road to your happiness "has to be hard."

On this episode you'll learn:

How to pay attention to the signs and be self-aware enough to know that you're on the right track.Getting over the misconception that it has to be hard before you can be happy.The power of masterminds and how they work.As a go-getter, what happens when you stop?How to identify what gets in the way.How to quiet the inner critic in your head that tries to keep you safe and comfortable.How to feel the fear and do it anyway.3 important ways to help you get "unstuck."What stops many of us from moving forward.The importance of celebrating the wins along the way.Subscribe to Support is Sexy podcast on iTunes or on Stitcher Radio!

Thank you for listening! And hey, if you love it, click here to leave us a Rating & Review on iTunes!

Show notes, links, contacts and resources for this episode may be found at supportissexypodcast.com.

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Feb 09 2017

41mins

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Rank #13: 220: Rana Campbell on How to Put Your Dreams in Drive, Own Your Story and Commit to Your Vision

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For Rana Campbell, her memories of childhood including straddling two worlds between her days spent at her preppy middle and high school and her hometown of Orange, New Jersey. The experience helped her learn how to navigate her way no matter her environment and taught her the importance of exposure to possibilities and dreaming big.

On this episode, Rana, who hosts the popular Dreams in Drive podcast, talks about the power of stories, how our stories affect our dreams, being aware of the themes in your life and sticking with your vision even through the plateau.

On this episode, you’ll learn:

The importance of being aware of the reoccurring themes in your life.Why you have to ask the right questions.Set a date for when you’re going to launch that new thing.How the universe conspires to help you.Knowing when it’s time to make a change and go in a different direction.How to know when to put an idea in the garage until later.The value of knowing what you don’t want.The real deal about monetizing your podcast and working with advertisers.The advice Rana received from the head of Apple Podcasts.The power of telling yourself that it’s going to be okay even if you don’t believe it yet.Being led by your why and knowing that the work you're doing is bigger than you. 

Subscribe to Support is Sexy podcast on Apple Podcasts or on Stitcher Radio!

Thank you for listening! And hey, if you love it, please click here to leave us a Rating & Review on iTunes!

Show notes, links, contacts and resources for this episode may be found at supportissexypodcast.com

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May 10 2017

1hr 4mins

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Rank #14: 484: How to Find Your Voice, Walk in Your Purpose and Create Inclusive Work with Children's Book Publisher Tola Okogwu

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Author Tola Okogwu shares how she and her husband made sacrifices that allowed them both to do work they love, and how her love of writing led her to her purpose: creating children’s books that feature diverse characters and storylines.

Jun 14 2018

56mins

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Rank #15: 692: How to Channel Your Anger, Manage Your Emotions and Stress Less with Business Coach and Counselor Margo Geller

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If you’ve listened to the Support is Sexy podcast more than…let’s see…twice…then it’s likely that you’ve heard me mention, quote or share a lesson from Margo Geller. Margo is a licensed psychotherapist, business and life coach, and a professional counselor, who helps business owners manage their emotions and stress levels. And, for me, she has been my go-to, trusted business coach for nearly three years.

With a combination of actual entrepreneurship experience and a degree in psychology, Margo uses her experience and education to encourage entrepreneurs to identify what’s working and what needs to be improved in their businesses. She then gives actionable techniques for ways to make necessary changes — such as her signature Anger Management/Releasing Tool called “Scribble and Scream.” 

Margo says that we have difficulties making progress with our goals when we allow our frustrations and fears to get in the way. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Margo shares why it’s important for entrepreneurs to get support, manage your emotions, and stress a whole lot less.


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Oct 21 2019

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Rank #16: 26: IntenSati Workout Creator Patricia Moreno on Going Gangsta on Your Goals

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A power(ful) walk on the beach with masterful motivator Tony Robbins and 100 other people in the Bahamas could change anyone's perspective. But for fitness expert and Intensati founder Patricia Moreno, it changed everything. At the time -- as a longtime fitness instructor, who new the pains of yo-yo dieting and struggles with weight -- Patricia wanted to create a workout that really transformed people physically and spiritually for the long-term; not for the moment. And it was on that beach that the idea she had been searching for, and open to, became clear to her.

But Patricia quickly realized that she couldn't just talk about it, she had to be about it. As she says, "you can't sell it if you don't own it." So she set out on a quest to build followers of her new workout style, called IntenSati, which involves an explosive combination of positive affirmations and powerful movements. In this episode, Patricia talks about how inspired action led her to form a business that aligned with her purpose, how you can you have to put your "musts" before your "maybes," and how being a spiritual badass sets you up for success.

On this episode you'll learn:

How to live the right question!Your determination to find the solution opens you up to possibility.How changing your mindset and how you identify helps you change your lifeThe power of "I am."It's ok to be scared, just be courageous as well.Why you don't have to have a solution, you have to be determined to find it.You can't get the idea until you've set the intention and asked the question.Be thirsty!Take "try" out of your vocabulary. 

Thank you for listening! And hey, if you love it, click here to leave us a Rating & Review on iTunes!

Show notes, links, contacts and resources for this episode may be found at http://elaynefluker.com/podcast/

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Aug 08 2016

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Rank #17: 614: How to Quiet the Three Voices In Your Head That Are Holding You Back with Beth Weissenberger of Handel Group

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Beth Weissenberger doesn't mince words and tells it like it is. So when she says, "maybe it's you," you'll want to listen to find out why. As co-founder of the Handel Group -- which she runs with her sister and business partner Lauren Zander --  and President of HG Corp & HG Sports, Beth coaches corporations on how to have effective communications, raise their organization's consciousness and, as a result, grow their businesses exponentially. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, she tells how you can do the same! 

Feb 21 2019

52mins

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Rank #18: 50: How to Recognize Your Ripple Effect

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What's your ripple?

We all have one. But there are times, right, when we forget that? 

Don't.

You MATTER. Your voice MATTERS. The business you're creating MATTERS. The work you're doing MATTERS. The love you show your children, your family and your friends MATTERS.

And you and your work cause a ripple. That infectious something that supports one person, then the next, then the next -- all stemming from what you've put out into the world. You may never know this, and you may have moments when you think what you're doing isn't moving anyone anywhere.

That's why I recorded this episode: to remind you to recognize, respect and remember your ripple. 

Thank you for listening! And hey, if you love it, please click here to leave us a Rating & Review on iTunes!

Show notes, links, contacts and resources for this episode may be found at http://elaynefluker.com/podcast/

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Sep 09 2016

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Rank #19: 296: How to Build A Luxury Haircare Brand with Passion, Consciousness and Heart with Muxima Founder Myriam Taylor

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On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Myriam Taylor, the Founder and Dreamer-in-Chief of Muxima,  speaks passionately about launching a new product out of a powerful pain point during her pregnancy, the power of having love and heart at the center of your brand and why you always have to believe in the possibilities.

Aug 29 2017

46mins

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Rank #20: 612: Top 4 Things You Should Do AFTER You've Registered as a Minority & Woman-Owned Business with Business Consultant Jean Kristensen

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You've heard over and over again that you should register your business as a minority or woman-owned business. But say you've done that. Now what?

On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, consultant Jean Kristensen -- whose company, Jean Kristensen Associates, provides small, minority and women-owned businesses with tools and resources designed to increase revenues through the acquisition of contracts with government agencies and large corporations -- tells you the top four things you should know after you've registered your business.

Feb 19 2019

44mins

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