In today’s episode, our very first interview, we are joined by Stephanie Pollock, a business and leadership coach for mission-driven women in business. She’s the host of the Beyond PRO Podcast: Leadership Insights for Women in Business, and the publisher of the Going PRO Magazine. A writer, speaker and idea-champion, Stephanie works to help women step into leadership roles and claim the influence and impact they so deeply deserve. She’s been selected as a Top 40 Under 40 change maker, is a sought-after speaker, and has been recognized by the Governor General for her leadership prowess.
Basically, Stephanie is epic.
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One of the projects that Stephanie is loving at the moment is her new blog, Both and More, where she explores what it means to be a curious and caring human in today’s world. I encourage you to check out her posts.
The interview itself was fascinating for me. Stephanie shared her top advice for women wanting to start their own business. She also talked about how to pick between the many ideas that entrepreneurs are known for developing. We discussed how business IS personal, how the changing economy demands different skills, and how, as a parent, to support and guide your children for ultimate success in their future careers.
That and more, so make sure to listen to the episode.
Books Stephanie Raves About:
Die Empty by Todd Henry all about making sure you get your quality, creative work OUT of your head and into the world.
Essentialism by Greg McCowan a book about getting focused on the stuff that matters.
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Next week we are joined by NYT bestselling author, Steena Holmes. She and I talk about writing, marketing, travel and more! Oh, and she’s giving away a book, so make sure you listen to the episode!
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