Seeking the truth while on a sales call (or in any situation that can trigger you) can be wildly uncomfortable. But it's vitally important for our growth in business and in life. So in today's episode, we're giving you tips on how to listen, and stay open and supportive while seeking the truth in EVERY situation so that you can continue to grow in all seasons.
Veronica Sagastume is a business strategist, CFO consultant, and all-around powerhouse with a passion for helping Corporate Accounting Professionals to monetize their experience by starting and growing their own profitable consulting businesses. With over 20 years of Corporate experience in Accounting, Finance, & Operations, Veronica first discovered her love of consulting while working with CEOs at start-up and emerging growth companies in the Bay Area and Silicon Valley. In 2011, Veronica made the bold decision to leave her CFO/COO position to launch her own consulting practice. Fueled by her experience, Veronica skyrocketed her practice to quick success. In 2016, she ventured online to teach other Accounting, Finance, and Tax professionals how they, too, could use their expertise to make a greater impact, increase their freedom, and enjoy more flexibility while significantly increasing their earning potential. Today, Veronica uses her business, BizFit Coaching, Inc., to...
There are two types of people: those who overwork when stressed and those that underwork when stressed. Both, are not luscious hustling. So in this episode, we go over finding your sweet spot when working so that you can continue to chase your dreams, crush your goals, and do it all while feeling aligned!
Connect with us on IG: @luscious.hustle
Jennifer aka, Jenny B, has had the great privilege of living, working, and traveling all over the world to see and experience many cultures and different ways of life. Her work in business, marketing, program development, public speaking, and teaching has reached across cultures and stretched around the globe over the past 15 years. She has had the privilege of working with some of the biggest brands on the planet through a variety of business channels.
She is now an international speaker, entertainer, and leadership development coach for organizations small and large working with teams to empower and inspire growth in all areas.
Jenny B can be found online at Jennyb.ca and on social channels @jennyb_yyc
You have the bigger vision, the desire to change the lives of others, and massively impact the world; but you're still working a 9-5 or another solo biz, and it feels like you have to keep everything separate. Maybe you feel like you have to keep it a secret out of fear that people won't "get it." But... you get to CHOOSE differently. You get to choose to lead with your passion, your vision, to have everything in your life align seamlessly and gracefully. And to boldly share it with everyone in your life!
So, our luscious hustlers, which will choose?
Each one of us is experiencing pandemic life differently.
While some may be using this gift of time to acquire a new skill, start a side hustle or dive headfirst into personal development…there is no shame in just simply BEING right now.
We are collectively experiencing a global health and economic crisis…there are no “right” answers here.
While not everyone has the privilege of turning their ‘pandemic life’ into a fun and productive affair…each of us does have the opportunity to reexamine our lives and our mindset.
In this episode we’re sharing how we have made conscious choices to step into the life and business we desire even in times of uncertainty and upheaval.
Cassandra’s always been good at “the hustle”. From a young age, Cassandra cultivated the belief that she had to be self-sufficient to succeed. This helped her escape from a turbulent upbringing in a household stricken with abuse.
Cassandra’s entrepreneurial endeavors taught her first hand how trauma can manifest in different ways; self-sabotaging, doubting your intuition, white-knuckle control, and even, perfectionism. Despite these challenges, she was able to create and grow multiple successful businesses including Tola Marketing + Creative and Milkin’ Cookie, from the ground up. She’s discovered what it truly takes to leverage trauma and define a new level of income, impact, and fulfillment. Through her experience helping women in some of the most meaningful times of their lives, as a birth doula, she realized the power of women working together.
In her current role as business growth and profitability expert, Cassandra helps female entrepreneurs...
Connor Curran is one of the co-owners of Local Laundry, a Canadian made garments company that uses clothing as a vehicle to build community. Connor started Local Laundry four years ago after Googling: ‘How To Start A T-Shirt Company’ and watching a YouTube video. Now Connor works on Local Laundry full time with a commitment to donate over $1 Million to local charities across Canada. Local Laundry can be found in over 20 stores across Canada and is heralding the importance of supporting Canadian manufacturing.
Here's what we dive into:
-getting fired from his job
-moving to Sweden with his wife to work on his MBA
-how entrepreneurs aren't always the smartest, but the most obsessed
-income mindset vs business mindset
-Connors goal to GIVE BACK one million dollars to his community
This episode is so incredible. If you want to learn more about making money AND giving back... this is for YOU!
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The Universe has handed us a blank slate when it comes to getting started in the online space. As shows like SNL, Ellen Degeneres, and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon have shown us, you don't need fancy equipment to get started. But where do you get started?
If you've been called to pivot or have been sitting on an idea for a while now, this episode is for you!
We know that this episode topic may seem "obvious" because of what we're all experiencing right now but we know that it needs to be talked about. So in this episode, we're sharing the ways that anxiety has struck our lives and how we've learned to combat it.