Episode 160: How to Choose Your New Business Idea – with Kat McLead

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Episode Highlights:
  1. Kat’s four steps to coming up with your business idea.
  2. Kat’s take on purpose vs. profit.
  3. Why you should focus on the skills you already have rather than trying to start a business that requires you to learn a new one.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:
Kat Mclead is the creator of the Stay at Home Mom Entrepreneur: the proven framework for creating a highly profitable business that you love while working 2 hours a day.
She started her first multiple 6-figure business 20 years ago and hasn’t slowed down since — not even after having her son. A fun fact: That business’s profits meant that she had way more money than her husband when they first got married, and was able to pay the entire $450,000 down payment on their home. Not that he minded!
So, if you’re thinking about starting a business or you’ve already launched one, but it’s not doing as well as you’d like, you don’t want to miss this episode!
How to Take Action:
    1. Take a screenshot of this episode in your favorite podcast app, post it to Instagram, tag me (@sweetlife_entrepreneur), and let me know your favorite part!
    2. Join Kat McLead’s Facebook Group | Pinpoint Your High Profit High Purpose Business for Mompreneurs
    3. Join me in my business mentorship and mastermind, SweetLife Launch.

Links Mentioned:

Kat McLead’s Website

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #00: Lifestyle Entrepreneur Manifesto

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #06: Create & Dominate Your Block Calendar

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #97: Don’t Use Block Calendar Strategy? It Might Be Costing You Money

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #15: If You Can’t See It, You Can’t Be It: How to Write Your Own Story

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #65: Doing Things That Don’t Scale – with John Lee Dumas

Episode 157: How It’s Made: Behind-the-Scenes of the SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast™ As It Turns Three Years Old – with Britany Felix and April Beach

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast April Beach

 

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Episode Highlights:
  1. What it really means for my business to bring you this show each and every week so you can evaluate if a podcast is right for your business.
  2. The good, bad, and the ugly behind every aspect of the podcast and step in the process of making it.
  3. The free gifts I have for you as a thank you for making these past three years so special for me.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

I love getting to pour into you every week and provide you with the trainings and guidance that helps you build your business and find lifestyle freedom.

This podcast has allowed me to connect with you in a way nothing else has.

That’s why I could think of no better way to celebrate our third birthday than by giving you a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to bring you a new episode each week.

And, I could think of no one better to help me with this than Britany Felix.

Britany has been a part of this journey as my editor and producer since the very first episode. This podcast literally wouldn’t have launched without her and I’m so happy I get to celebrate this birthday with her and you, my amazing listeners!

How to Take Action:
    1. Share this episode on social media, take a screenshot, and then email it to podcast@sweetlife.co by January 19th, 2020 to get free access to my Ideal Client Avatar Masterclass.
    2. When you do step one, you’ll also be entered to win a 2-hour deep-dive business strategy training session valued at $700!
    3. Join me in my business mentorship and mastermind, SweetLife Launch.

Links Mentioned:

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #00: Lifestyle Entrepreneur Manifesto

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #87: Being Brave, Bold and Authentic to Connect with Your Tribe and Grow Your Online Business – with Amy Porterfield

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #107: Are Online Courses Really Working? What Entrepreneurs Need To Know

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #122: How To Choose An Online Business Model That’s Right For You

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #146: How to Become A Speaker and Use Stages To Grow Your Business – with Pete Vargas

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #151: How To Plan Your 2020 Lifestyle Business Calendar, To Live Your Best Year Yet – with April Beach

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you. You’re listening to the sweet life entrepreneur podcast simplified strategies to grow your service business and launch a life you love faster with business, mental and entrepreneur activator a probe Age. Wow. Wow. Wow. Okay, welcome to this show. It is episode number 157. Do you know what that means? I honestly didn’t even sink into me and tell the end of November when I was planning our podcast episodes. It is our third podcast birthday. We have been podcasting. You and I have been together.
We’ve been delivering episodes to you every single week for three complete years. Like we don’t turn three until that year’s completed. Wow, I just can’t even believe that we’re here. To be really honest, this podcast has been such a blessing because it’s given me an opportunity to connect with you on a much deeper level than we can do through any social media. Even through writing a book, I’ve written two books. Nothing I’ve done in the past. His enabled us to break down the barriers between technology like podcasting does.
And I am so grateful for you. Literally. I have some big gifts I’m giving you guys big gifts this week for our podcast birthday. It’s gonna be a celebration that want our week long. And I’m so stoked about that before we dive into this, it’s gonna be a little bit of a different episode today. A cool one. I hope you love it. That plan, because it’s a little bit longer than our normal episodes. So just a heads up about that. But it’s gonna give you some awesome insight,
especially if you’re wondering what podcasting is like, what it’s like behind the scenes, how I plan these episodes, how it affects my life and my kids and my money and my travel in my sanity and my sleep and my systems and everything. We’re talking about everything behind the scenes here, but before we get started, I just want it. Bless you. Bless you. Bless you. This podcast would not keep going without you without you subscribing without you sharing this show with your friends without you sending me direct messages on Instagram saying,
Hey, April what you said resonated with me. Those things hit home to me and want to get those comments from you buys when I when I see you sharing it or when I get an email that says, Hey, April, thank you so much for giving this training the way that you did and not charging for it. When I get those messages from you guys, it really keeps me going. That feedback is is so important, because this show really is a love offering and a labor of love for you.
You know, before we started this show, I really felt strongly that any woman that wants to launch a business and grow a business deserved really trustworthy in free, proven, actionable business trainings. And that’s why I created the show in the first place is to make sure that there is good, safe, solid, trusted business coaching for any woman that chooses to watch and grow her business and design her life through entrepreneurship. And if you don’t know me yet, or maybe not that well, maybe your new listener.
Thank you so much for tuning, and I’ve been coaching women tow, watch and grow their business for 23 years, and I’m an online business pioneer. I launch my first online courses back in 2008. Well, we were like duct taping stuff together and my core purpose is to teach women how to design their life through entrepreneurship. So this show really is an extension of my why. And it’s just all about you. So thank you so much for tune into it. And so I want to pour into you guys today immediately here on the show right away and bless you and give you gifts for our birthday.
So let’s start out with that. And then we’re gonna dive into today’s episode, and then we’re going to give more gifts away at the end of today’s episode. So the very first thing is, I want to give you guys. If you are listening right now, during the time that we’re recording this show, so during our birthday week only, which means you’re a subscriber, you’re getting this podcast real time. So it’s January 13th 2020 through January 1920 20. So within this week, if you were in between January 13th and January 1920 20 you get Theresa.
I talk about on today’s show. The first thing is anybody listening? I’m giving you completely free access to my ideal client Avatar. Master class. This is an amazing class and It comes with a huge workbook where you’re gonna be able to hone in and find your ideal clients. And what’s even cooler about this is when you’re done with this class, you’re gonna walk away with the copy written for your website Marketing copy Already planned out. It is a killer class and I’m giving you totally free access to it as our birthday present.
How does that sound? So here are the rules. Every single person listening this week who follows these rules is going to get free access to this master class. The rules are number one share. This podcast episode even shared on linked in you can share it on Instagram. You can share it on Facebook. So I want you to share this podcast episode wherever you want to share. You can share in your instagram stories. And when you share it right, a little message or something about why you like this show.
So people understand why the heck you’re sharing it. And you can also tag us If you’re on instagram at Sweet Life entrepreneur or at April Beach, you could find me that way as well. We’d appreciate you sharing it purposefully not just sharing whatever works for you and then take a screenshot of where you shared it. An email, your screen shot. Two podcast at sweet life co dot com. Okay, so again, sure. The episode Take a screenshot email the screen shot The podcast at sweet life coat dot com has to be This week has to be between January 13th January 19th and we’re gonna send you completely free access to my icy A My ideal client avatar Master class,
which is like the gold standard Master class. If you are in a place where you are having trouble finding your clients or communicating with them or you don’t know what you’re niches, this is all for you. And then on top of that, one person is going to win a two hour deep dive business strategy training with me, and that is a $700 value. Okay, so share the episode, and then one person who does that and gets access yes to the master class is also going to get a two hour,
totally free deep dive business strategy and planning session with me. So I hope that gets you totally excited, and I want you to listen to the whole inter show but positive show right now, and you can share it and send your screen shot and make sure that you get access and that you are intertwined The strategy session. Okay, so this show, like I said, it’s a little bit different. There is no one better that I could think about celebrating our third birthday with us, then Britney Felix.
Britney Felix is our podcast producer, and I found Britney and you’ll hear a little bit about this story. I found Britney because, frankly, I had thought that I could produce his podcast myself. I was like a card. Could this be got into a very quickly and realize that? Yeah. No, that’s just not gonna happen. And so I immediately found Britney, and I will tell you this show would not have launched without Britney. Britney Felix is a podcast editor and consultant who founded podcasting for coaches,
where she specializes in helping female coaches and consultants either launch a podcast for their business or improve their existing podcast so that they can develop relationships with their ideal clients, build brand awareness, generate new leads and making valuable networking connections she’s awesome. And so she is going to interview me on this week’s show, and we’re gonna share a lot of behind the scenes. You guys, we talk about what it really means to produce a podcast week in and week out. For those of you guys that are thinking about hot casting,
I know a lot of people start podcasting and then drop out, which is not great for your brand. And so this show is gonna help you determine Maybe if podcasting can be part of your future can help you connect with your audience more. But then we’re also sharing the good the bad. Am the super duper ugly? You guys were gonna know how I cut corners behind the scenes when I choose guests and why I choose guests and why I choose certain guests over other guests. We’re totally getting into it,
and we’re sharing the complete production. So I’m sure you exactly step by step how we produce this show, what I do in what order what we upload to wear and how the show is completely produced from the audio Thio, the research behind each one of the show’s toe actually marketing the show as well. So sit back. Grab a glass of wine. Celebrate with me. Thank you so much for being here. I appreciate you guys so much. This is sweet life Entrepreneur Podcast Episode number 157 and all the show notes can be found by visiting suite life podcast dot com forward slash 157 All right,
you guys, this is a really special episode. And that is because we have reached our third podcast birthday. The Sweet Life Entrepreneur. A podcast is turning three this week. Maybe it was last week, someplace in the middle of this weekend, next week, and and that we’re just so grateful to you. This is a celebration episode, and I have Britney Felix on the show, and we’re gonna do something a little bit different today. First of all, as I introduced before, Britney is a reason why this podcast launched you guys.
It definitely could not have gotten off the ground or continued to be produced. Especially which is the high quality and attention to detail that Britney and her team bring Thio Not only my podcast, to be honest, but like so many women’s podcasts, she’s just an icon in this space. And I’m so grateful to have her as part of our smart, hard 10 team bringing this show. And so we’re inducing a little bit different. We’re actually like flipping the interview. And Britney is gonna interview me on today’s show regarding how we go through and produce the sweet life entrepreneur podcast and also talk a little bit about behind the scenes of what it takes to bring this podcast to you guys for 157 episodes three years in a row.
So thanks so much for being on the show. Britney and everything. You D’oh! Give everybody an intro. Dios. They don’t know you yet. Yeah, Thank you so much, April. I always love being on the show because you just shower me with compliments. And of course, that feels amazing. But I am thrilled to still be working with you three years later. This is kind of surreal to me. You are actually my very first launch client. So you’re the first person who’s client are who show I helped officially,
like, launch into the world. So I consider the show a little bit of my baby as well and I really look forward to the information that you provide as a listener. Even so, even if I weren’t getting paid for it, I would still wanna listen to the show. Because I love the rial take and the raw information that you provide to people you don’t hold back. You’re no holds barred, and I just I love that there’s not enough of that in the world right now. Thank you so much.
Thank you. All right, so this is gonna be a cool thing. Britney knows how hard it is for me. Toe. Create content and bring this episode to you guys. Sometimes it’s beautiful. Sometimes it’s really, really difficult. Usually that all spins around what’s happening in my life with my kids. Is most of you guys know been faithful listeners for three years, and so we’re gonna flip this a little bit and give Britney and opportunity thio kind of walk me through the steps as I share them with you on how we bring this podcast of life.
So the first area we’re gonna dive into is actually the podcast planning process. And as we get into more of the production, then Britney is really gonna be able to share even more behind the scenes of what it takes to bring this show to you. So, Britney, you know, you see this planning process that I put together, You know what would be the questions that other podcasters or people considering podcasting might ask about the planning process. So one thing I would say is I see the end result of the planning.
Basically, I see it when it comes on our spreadsheet. For those that aren’t aware of April’s process, we use a system called Air Table. It’s an online spreadsheet. Platform is completely free, and it just helps us kind of keep everything organized. So I see the topics that are going to be coming up. But I have no idea what goes into deciding what you’re gonna talk about and when. So what’s that process like for you? How do you determine what topics are gonna be discussed in what episode and how does that intermingle with what’s happening in your overall business in life?
Great. Okay, so I have a four step planning process for this show. The first thing I do is I usually look at what’s happening with my business.
So what programs do I have that air coming open? What sales do we have? You know, that might be happening in the Desert times throughout the year.
What events, whether it’s a retreat or one of the mastermind events that we have happening. And then what’s also happening with my affiliate partners?
Because I do have some other businesses away affiliate with that we support. So the very first thing I dio is I look at my whole entire 12 month calendar now as a reference point for you guys.
If you haven’t laid out your 2020 calendar yet, gold back and listen to episode number 1 51 and actually give you the steps toe,
lay out your whole 12 month calendar. And so I do that. And I’m pretty faithful about doing that because the purpose of what we’re doing here is to make sure that in a perfect world,
it’s not always perfect. But in a perfect world, what I’m talking about on the show aligns with what’s happening in my business.
Maybe, um, I’m opening a new program or it’s a new training course or it’s a new event,
and so I want to make sure I’m talking about on the show what’s happening with what we’re offering and the extra help we’re giving entrepreneurs.
And then the second thing that I do, which I don’t know if this is like what everybody else does.
This is just my life, because everything I do is I actually look at what’s happening in my own life with my kids.
You know, where am I gonna be? What is the season of that life? So, for example,
my oldest son is graduating from high school this May. So the podcast episodes that I’ve artist sketch to talk about or what happens to you and your business when you know you’re not totally empty nest.
But when your kids are starting to move on to what they want to do and you have a more of an opportunity to design a different version of your life,
then you have for the last 18 years. And so that’s kind of how I am lined the episodes with what’s happening in my life.
Also seasons, right? So is it summertime? You know, our people trying to plan a vacation in other happenings that are going on is far as trends in the year,
for example, and this is just hypothetical. I don’t have this plant, but it would be like how to do a big you know,
Mother’s Day sale. If that Mother’s Day is in May, then that would be a show that that I would plan to do and released in April.
So I really kind of take a look at what’s happening in my life and what’s happening with what we’re offering and what’s happening within the sales of the year as well.
And then I look at the needs of you, buys the listeners, and this is really what it comes down to.
I can lay it all out here on the counter, and I think it’s a great idea. But what really is like the final check is what you buys need.
And so we look at things very carefully. You’ve been listening to this show for a while. You know,
we specialize in service based business development, whether it’s online or offline. Still, So what’s happening in the industry?
What’s happening with online business? What’s happening with courses? Many of you might have heard the episode that I did last year and I’ll look up the episode and put it in the reference for you of the show notes.
But it was like our online courses really working, and that was a really important episode to have because so many people have launched online courses.
But at that time when we recorded it, the data was not great about how many people were actually buying and finishing them until that was an important show to host.
So it’s kind of an example of what I look at what’s happening in the industry and in what you guys need,
what problems need to be solved, what bottlenecks you guys were facing, what fears or different issues could be coming up.
And I listened very carefully, toe obviously my clients to the women in my mastermind programs, to the women,
my Facebook community and I pay really close attention to those of you who connect with me and share your problems and your issues.
And I develop shows to solve those issues. And the final question I really ask is, what is the injuries?
Olt of a show And I do that actually, even before I start recording the show. So you know What’s the Andrews?
Well, what’s the final need? What’s the final goal or knowledge? Or a problem that’s solved at the end of recording a specific show?
And then the last step I do as faras the planning process is I determine whether or not that particular episode is gonna be a solo at this old or whether or not it should be a guest that I should bring on the show.
And I think, Britney, you think we’re probably about 50 50 solo and guest episodes. I don’t know what it works out to at the end of the year,
because I know you kind of go through phases, which might be something else to talk about where you have mostly solo episodes for a month or two,
and then maybe you have mostly interviews for a month or two, and I think that’s a deliberate choice as well.
Yeah, yeah, I can definitely speak to that, and we’ll talk more about, like the recording schedule and the actual production process.
But I d’oh, so I host a lot more solo episodes, usually before I’m about to open a registration for one of my master minds or registration to work with me in some capacity.
I do that because it helps my audience connect with me more. And it helps me to really clearly communicate and help my audience and my clients to identify is is something they actually need help with before the opportunity arises as to whether or not they want to invest in themselves to get the solution to that.
And so I feels, hear me doing a lot more solo episodes before my sweet life launch programs or before one of my master minded programs opens.
But I look for a lot of guest episodes during the times where I know that I am almost totally out of office,
and I think that’s what breaks easily, too. So it’s kind of brings us to our recording in production phase.
So I am mainly out of office from June through August. This particular year. You guys, I don’t know how I’m gonna do it yet.
Connect with me on Facebook or Instagram and and send me some encouraging mama entrepreneur vibes because and when I’m looking at my calendar,
I’m pretty much traveling from May all the way through the end of August in although that you know, that’s a laptop life.
That’s what we all want. It’s really difficult to maintain the podcast during those times, and so I have to be a super awesome planner to make sure that I have guests lined up and we’ve already pre recorded.
So this kind of how this works for me, I usually have a week blocked off on my calendar.
That is all podcast production week, whatever that week is. I do a very good job of not scheduling when I want private client meetings not filling out my calendar with anything else in that week,
and it changes. It’s not always like the first or the third week of the month. It does change,
but its planned well in advance in that week is just too match, recording with guests and producing podcast episodes,
researching my own episodes and outlining my own podcast radiance that I host. So I do that one week a month,
but I don’t record in June, July and August, so that means that I have to start batch ng really early,
and this is for any of you have applied to be a guest on my show. Just know that so I’m already recording.
You know, those summer show’s starting in the month of February were batch ing those. So I do have guests more often during the summertime when I’m not really there,
and it just helps me to be able to serve our listeners more because I am that put in time,
usually only working like a 15 hour work week and traveling around with my kids. I love that you do patching,
and that is what I recommend any of my clients. D’oh! Because it really does help you get into this frame of mind where you can just knock all of these things out.
And how great is it to know that you have your content for Well, you know, like three months plan now?
And it’s not something you have to worry about when you travel, because I can personally attest to this.
I actually, whenever I travel, I find it so difficult that I put my podcast on hiatus every time,
every time, meaning whatever I travel for, like a month or two at a time, because I do that.
So I think that it’s great that you planned this out ahead of time and it’s absolutely critical that is planned out ahead of time.
There’s no way that you can start doing this even a month before you want to take off and travel like this or enter an extremely busy season where,
you know, you’re just not gonna be able to put the time and effort into it, right? And I love Okay,
So you guys that don’t know Britney yet you should definitely connect with her. She travels everywhere, and I think that’s why Britney and I work together so well together because she’ll send me a message or email usually is earlier she can and saying,
OK, hey, I’m gonna be in Scotland for a month or whatever, you know. And so we worked together where she’s,
you know, she might come to me and say, OK, April, I know your batch recording just wanted to let you know I’m gonna be out for this period of time,
too. So let’s try to get in all your batch recording ahead of time so that so it works for both of our travel schedules,
and I think that’s one of the reasons why she and I worked so well together. Very grateful for that because our lives are travel,
lives are very, very similar. And, you know, I think that one of the things I do have to say that’s important about pre recording and connecting with the right audience is even though I’m traveling in June,
July and August, I’m still working with clients. I’m still running my master minds and still coaching entrepreneurs.
I’m still hosting my programs, and so all of my energy during that time is actually poured into direct work with the clients it that are in our community.
And so it’s incredibly important to me to make sure that I have guests on the show that can keep pouring in at the level that I want for our listeners who aren’t yet in our community.
And so I really try to seek out those gas that are experts in their space in order to deliver deliver shows that are timely for that time of year.
So when I say I travel in most of you know this, it doesn’t mean I’m not working at all.
It just means I don’t have extra time to be thinking about making sure we’re putting out great content on this podcast because that would be very,
very difficult. I’ve never recorded a podcast away from home. I know many people do where they can,
like recorded podcast in the hotel. It just doesn’t work for my creative mind. Like I need to be in my space,
my creative space not staring at some, you know, hotel wallpaper in order to be inspired to create a show for you guys.
And so I record everything here. I do not record on the go. I think that’s important to mention.
Yeah, it is. Because you definitely can do this on the go. I mean, I know people who travel full time,
as I’m sure you d’oh! And they still record content. So it is possible. But I agree.
I do prefer to record a home. I have bought travel microphones. Ah, few different ones. And I take them with me planning to record,
you know, maybe like a solo episode. And it never happens because it’s just I’m not in the frame of mind like you are.
Yeah, and I think that that’s just knowing who you are. So if you’re thinking about starting a podcast and you’re wondering how you could do it or you can do it from.
I think knowing how you best create content is a really important question to ask yourself before you decide that.
Hey, I can record, you know, from the car. Or, you know, I could record anywhere.
And so I think that’s just important thing. To know yourself well and to kind of get into that healthy ecosystem that inspires you to create really awesome stuff.
And and this just happens to me, my home office space, you know, which obviously comes with its drawbacks because,
for example, like when the kids were on vacation, a lot of shows, they’re like the dogs were barking and somebody is like,
coming at last, have, like, 10 boys stop in through the garage and drop their skateboards everywhere.
And and that’s just the way it is. And that’s actually in nature of this show, and so it doesn’t bother me,
but that might not be a great thing for somebody else, depending on where you guys choose to record,
right. So before we moved to the next phase in the process, I am curious when you do these batch recordings and you do emus faras a few months in advance.
Are you ever concerned? Because I know this is something I hear pretty often about this information not being relevant anymore or about the links not even being good.
A lot of people don’t think about that. You know a program no longer being available. Does that ever occur when you’re kind of planning out this process to think about that?
Yes, 100%. And so the guests that I curate for the show. So if we backtrack a little bit,
the first thing I want to clarify is that after I’ve determined the right episodes that you guys need to solve the problems that you’re currently facing in your business or the trends within the online business space,
I then go to our guest application list, and I then look for guests that can solve those problems for you.
So that’s my process of doing it. I’m very particular about who we curate and how we bring guests to you guys to pour into you.
And if there is not a guest on my application list that I will go find one. We’ve had quite a few guests and show where I’ve hunted down and said,
Hey, listen, my people need what you have to teach and I will go after them and I will personally find them until with that being said,
when I talk about batch ing ahead of time. So with guests, I always make sure that anything they’re sharing it has to have longevity.
If they’re launching a program or something that is timely in the show has to be produced and released on a certain amount of time in order to support them.
That’s something that’s planned well in advance. So that’s something that’ll do with our affiliate partners. And we’ve done that in the past with,
like, Pete Vargas was on the show because we supported his stage to scale method. But we had those plants planned well in advance,
so I usually don’t bring guests on the show for the purpose of selling their programs. It’s usually for the purpose of pouring into our listeners to give them a skill set that they would normally pay thousands of dollars to learn.
And then I love to honor our guests, however, though, that if we can figure out how to then give our our listeners the extra bump with having an opportunity to join their program.
Then that’s planned really well in advance. And then for my own, you know, lengths and making sure everything is in a way that is always timely and always up to date for you guys.
All of our things that we deliver to you are planned out for the whole entire year and very well in advance.
And so I already know exactly what we’re delivering and when we’re delivering it and in what capacity and the links for those things.
And I actually create them at the time that we produce the show. Okay? And I do actually want to go back really quickly to the planning session.
We walked through your four step process there, but what does it look like when you actually sit down to record?
Do you scripted out? Do you have a bullet list? You just kind of let it flow. What does that process look like for you?
I love that question. Okay, so I outlined all of the business trainings, and then I research and make sure that I have all the most up to date data and then I’m delivering the best training that I can.
And so it’s. It’s a lot of old school writing at first, and after three years of podcasting,
you guys were totally gonna laugh at me. I have a five inch, three ring binder that is hand written notes for every single episode.
It is so old school. It’s being born in 1976 and it comes naturally to me. And so I have notes,
and I have pages and pages based on the training that I’m giving now 2020 I finally and Britney, I just sent this to you.
With our most recent episodes, I’m finally and transferring the whole entire outline in outlining every single episode in Dropbox paper.
So we use is for a software We use Dropbox in order to share files and produces podcast amongst our teams.
And so I am riding out in outlining episode of Dropbox Paper, which does a couple of things. First of all,
it’s not gonna go if my house ever burns down. Secondly, there’s a flight or something terrible. Secondly,
yeah, I’m hoping that really helps Britney’s team to produce our show notes, and it helps my team to create the E mails in the articles and the Social media posts to produce the show because it’s directly coming from me instead of having people have to listen to the episode,
go through the transcription and write a summary to the best they can. And so I just really started doing that.
And I’m hoping it’s gonna be able. Thio Give our listeners even more thorough content throughout the week for every single podcast we’re producing,
more in depth content, more steps and actions. So whether they’re listening to the show on audio or rather than reading the block post,
which will be coming up with the block post for every single show as well, however, they like to absorb content,
so that is my process of doing it. But it’s not just the process of recording the show. It’s for a much greater distribution process of the content to get an entire listeners hands that make sense.
Yeah, no, definitely. And I appreciate you breaking down that process because I know for me, I’ve always been curious because I listened to the raw audio.
I listen to it before, gets edited, and you were so well spoken, and if I didn’t know any better.
I would think it was scripted and that you were like the greatest actress in the world because you just run through this content and they’re I mean,
they’re almost no stumbles. Obviously, we all have our verbal ticks and things that we d’oh. But I mean,
you just breeze through this content and I am always so impressed. Well, thank you so much. Yeah,
I just I just want to talk our listeners through it. I think it’s important to talk to them just as if they were standing face to face with me in a live event I was hosting here in Boulder,
Colorado, and I was teaching them the same training. So I do outline it, but nothing scripted.
I don’t read anything. I have heard that before. I know there are some podcasters that even get like teleprompters to read through.
I am not a great reader, you guys, I’ve never been a fast reader. It’s just not who I am.
So if I Meridian something, it does not come out pretty out of my mouth, so that would not be a good option for me or somebody else.
That may be great and that might be where they’re you know, they’re strength is for me. I just need to look at the outline and then I can teach the outline cause I will.
And also, I should say this. I don’t record a podcaster. I don’t teach a podcast in an area where I am not very well qualified or an expert in right.
I’m not just kind of like Polian podcast episodes and Training’s out of thin air and hoping to give somebody results.
I really don’t teacher training and less. I have extensive experience in getting clients results in exactly what I’m teaching.
I don’t have to go back through and read a word for word because I already know it. I just really need the outline to help my mind stay on task so I don’t go on too many tangents throughout the episode,
which I still do anyway, changes their fun, though, so don’t get rid of all the tangent.
Okay, but now that we’re in the process of talking about what it’s like when you sit down and record,
why don’t you want the listener through what that is like recording your solo episodes and recording with your guests yet.
So after I’ve outlined my notes with the sole episodes, I use GarageBand, Britney has All of our sounds are music,
so she mixes it. So I just go through and I just record the hold. Everything in garage man,
there are some times we all have to stop and delete in. Usually, I stop in the lead and start again.
If I look at the timer on garage Band and I’ve been talking for eight minutes and I don’t think I made a point After eight minutes of talking,
I will even look at me like, What did you just say? If in somebody’s valuable eight minutes of their time,
it’s all totally start again. So I will say that that would be the time when I have to come back to the beginning and say,
How can you get this message across faster without his many, you know, mumbo jumbo words? And so I’ll do that’ll take me a few times in Garage Band to go through that.
But once I’m on a roll once, the show is usually with the intro. Once I’m on a roll.
Michelle was started at Flo’s really Easy and Then I export and upload that MP three file to our shared Dropbox folder.
And then I’ll shoot Britney and email and say, Okay, you know, 1 56 is in the box is really all the email says Our system is so smooth now I don’t have to send anything else to her.
And she actually even gets probably a dropbox alert that I’ve uploaded it. So technically, I probably don’t even need to send her that particular email.
And then when I’m recording with guests, I use Skype, which is super archaic. I will say that you guys,
Skype is like, who uses Skype anymore? But we d’oh! And I know there are a lot of other podcasts recording platforms,
so we get switched to. We’ve always used Skype. Our audio quality is really great on Skype, and so we continue to stay with Skye.
But that’s certainly something that, you know, we revisit every single year. Britney and I have a conversation about that and,
um, talk about if that makes sense, still to stay there and then with those files, I actually record video.
So many of you guys might follow us on our YouTube channel where I share behind the scenes video of the podcast.
Super funny. I even share like the pre recording time and all the bloopers and dogs barking and people spilling coffee and everything before we actually hit record.
So if you’re a youtuber, you should check out the YouTube channel for the podcast and you’ll see those on there.
But then we export split tracks and audio files and bring me Why is that? See, this is when we get into your area.
Talk to me about recording this separate audio files on why that’s important. Yeah, so when it comes to recording multiple people,
so even if you have a show where you don’t necessarily have a guest B of a co host. So anytime there’s more than one person and you have to use like 1/3 party recording program like Skype and the recorder that comes with it,
squad cast is another one. Any of those programs you need to have each person on their own track because if you’re both on the same track and one of you coughs,
for example, while the other one is talking, there’s nothing that can be done about that from an editing standpoint,
that cough is gonna stay in there and live in that content and annoy the listener forever. But if they’re on a separate track literally,
it’s a matter of just highlighting it. Clicking one button and that cough is gone, and no one knows that it ever happened.
And it makes it a much, much more enjoyable experience for your listener, which should be just about your main ultimate goal.
From this podcast. You want your listener to love your show. You never want them to be annoyed or think that it’s poor quality.
Yeah, 100%. Thank you for taking care of all that for us. And then we. So we export this guy files same place,
send him to drop box, and then Britney. Britney’s team produces them and and then she sends us a message back after the files have been produced and she and her team manage.
Uploading it. Thio, do you want to share where we put our files and our distribution processes for us?
The tech side to read me? Yeah. So what? This looks like in terms of what I do in this process,
April sends me the files you know, she sends the email like she just mentioned, so that I know I can go and download them from Dropbox.
I do all of my magic, the program that I used to edit. I have some other programs that are way more expensive.
But audacity, which is a free program anyone can edit with it. There’s some basics you can learn.
It’s one of the easiest programs to get started with, and that’s what I use for the actual content at its still as a professional.
I have, like a $900 editing program that holds me clean it up, but I don’t do any of my contact editing in it because audacity is still better to use for that.
So we put it all together with the music and the intros and the Outro owes. And then we have a final MP three file that we upload to April’s hosting service,
which is listen, and that is who I recommend going with. Once we have that in there and reschedule for publication,
it automatically pushes it out to every platform that April is on, which right now is every one of them.
I’m pretty sure I don’t think we’ve missed one. So So we only have to put it in one place and then lips and sends it everywhere.
So it’s not as complicated or difficult as some people think it is before they start a podcast. It’s not like you’re going and submitting this individual episode every single time toe all of these different platforms.
Yeah, and just a little plug there. You guys, we are now on Pandora. I think we’ve been on panderer for a couple of months.
So if you’re a Pandora listener and you have not searched podcasts, I know they’re really doing a big face lift to their home terrace.
Sight, Please describe to us on Pandora. We would love to have more listeners over there because it’s a whole new podcasting platform That would be super cool for us.
It is podcaster only available on Pandora’s mobile platform at the moment. Just kind of us. Enough. I gotcha.
Okay. Cool. Thank you. Yeah. All right. So and then one of the things I wanted to mention about this,
you know, this is when it comes to business delegation in the production, the podcast. There are some things as a business owner.
You should totally delegate that somebody else could do for you and that somebody else should be doing for you.
And there are some things as a business owner that make you happy. One of the things that make me happy that I could totally delegate is selecting pictures and selecting the photography for our podcast episodes.
If you’ve ever been to sweet life podcast dot com, you’ll see there’s a lot of photography on that site because I think the photography tells a story.
I personally choose every single picture for every single podcast episode. And if you’d haven’t noticed every single picture with maybe the exception of a couple and and it’s still in there somewhere,
even if you can’t see it, it has water in it. And that’s just my brand. And it’s our company,
and it’s the soul of our company is really the ocean. And so every single photograph will have some aspect of water in it someplace,
and that just brings me joy away. And so I just wanted to share that you guys don’t. If you’re thinking about launching a podcast,
you you don’t have to delegate everything and the things that make you happy? That’s an important part to mention.
It just makes me happy. And so I do it. I’ve tried to delegate it before, and it made me sad.
So I keep that in house after that. So the podcast goes to different places. What we talked about goes to Britney to produce it,
and then the other half of it, which is the last part of producing this show, is I send it to my marketing in my content quarterback team and what that means is there so much podcast?
There’s so much information. There are so many tips and there’s so many steps with an ever single one of the business training podcast that we now need to distribute it out and get in in the hands of everybody.
And so that goes in their direction. And this is also an important reason why I need to match record because it makes everybody’s life better,
makes Britney’s life better, that she has the audio files ahead of time. It also makes my marketing teams life easier because they already know that they have four weeks to create the content in the social media posts in the little video snippets and all these things that go out for every single episode well in advance.
So when I do my job and makes it easier for everybody else to do their job, I will say that it is very hard to match record sometimes when things were going on with my life and my kids and when I’m doing a lot of traveling.
So this fall I did not do a great job match recording. There were a couple times where I was getting Britney and episode look right on the deadline for her to be able to produce it.
So it’s not always perfect, and I’m not always great at this. But when I am, my stress is much less in.
Everybody’s able to do their job much better, and that brings us to that last part, which is the last part of producing the show is really the impact on you guys.
I’m always asking myself, How can I make this show more impactful, more actionable, more usable, more simple for you to implement in your business?
So how can I help you? Our listeners take the tree means and actually apply them to your business or help you to think or strategize or help you to turn your thoughts into reality based on each one of the episodes.
And so a couple ways we’ve done this in the past, and we’re honestly, we’re always revisiting this to see what you guys are actually responding.
Thio. So we’ve done live streams on Facebook. We’ve done weekly live streams on instagram. We’ve done behind the scenes videos like I mentioned in YouTube.
We have published the full audio file in a video format to our Facebook page, and I also have hosted and still do.
I host a monthly live question and answer business training session for those vests that are in our podcast insiders community.
And so we try to make sure that we’re not just giving you the information, but we’re helping you implement it,
because in the end of the day, this is for you. I heard you know all this. I’m the one teaching it.
I’m not doing this for me to sit there and share a business training. It’s making sure that you,
our listeners or getting the help in the support you need that honestly will have other business coaches charged thousands and thousands of dollars for in a way that you can actually them in your business right away.
And that’s part of being a social entrepreneur. That’s part of our mission of the sweet life podcast is to give you guys trusted,
proven business training center free and that you can take to the bank and applying your business right away. And so I Oh,
the third part of this is just really asking ourselves, How do we help you implement it more? How do we help you actually use the content in the training that we have created?
So before we wrap up, I have a couple of things that I am just curious about even myself,
as someone who has seen you grow and this podcast grow over the past three years. And I’m sure your listeners a curious about this as well,
especially if they’re considering starting their own podcast. What have been some of the biggest struggles or some of the biggest growth moments and opportunities over the past three years with this podcast,
what have you really maybe learned the hard way and and now you know, you’re gonna take those lessons and move it forward to just make this podcast even better in 2020.
Definitely scheduling and having to stay on top of my schedule in batch recording. That has been very difficult for me to d’oh.
So that struggle number one, number two in the beginning. And I’m sure this before in the beginning,
I thought that I could do everything myself, and I learned very quickly that I couldn’t produce the show without you,
I didn’t get the first episode off the ground, so I identified very well that technology and April don’t get along that well,
and I needed to get that off my plate. But then the third thing, I would say we’re just for me.
Personally, I feel like I have grown as a leader in the fact that I have to be very clear about the injuries.
Old I’m giving people from each episode. So in the beginning, and I don’t no, that I was quite is clear.
And I still think that I have a lot of work to do to grow into this, but I’m trying to always share that in the beginning of every episode,
you know, this is what you’re gonna learn This is the end result of hanging out with me for the next 25 minutes if you are in this place than you need this.
So I’m trying to do a better job, actually communicating the expectations of listening to every single show and the better it outlining the show tree means I’m also trying to be a better speaker and not go on as many tensions.
And that’s a little hard, because I I just wanna hang out with my listeners. You know, like I’m just talking just to you right now,
and we’re just talking to one other person listening. It doesn’t matter who else is listening. We’re talking to the one person that is tuned into her computer or her phone listeningto us talk right now,
and I really am striving to make sure it’s like we’re sitting across the kitchen table from each other. But she’s getting a kick ass business training for free,
so I think I need to continue to work hard at being better at that, too. So you mentioned a little bit ago about outsourcing and figuring out what isn’t exactly your strong suit.
I am curious, and I think that this is going to apply to more than just podcasting. This can work for a social media manager,
a marketer via any of these things. We have had moments in the past to be, you know,
completely real and honest, where because I think of a lack of communication, things just weren’t clicking between us,
where we’ve had some tension in some moments of confusion. So what is that like? I mean, we have been working together for technically over three years at this point,
and there have been times where you’ve had to set some boundaries. I’ve had to set some boundaries, but I love that we do it in such a respectful way.
At least I feel so that it doesn’t really impact our working relationship. And even, you know, at this point,
I consider you a friend. So what is that like? How do you navigate that world of outsourcing and working with in other people’s boundaries while also still making sure that you set your own?
Mmm, That is a very hard question. And honestly, answer it. So I am not a great delegator.
I am an entrepreneur. My who I am and my strength that completely into that entrepreneur personality and that is creating and teaching and,
you know, mental rain. When it comes to stopping to think about what I need and then creating a system for it to delegate it,
it’s something that I’m really, really bad out. And so when I bring somebody on board my team,
I have Thio have a very healthy understanding that I’m bringing like you onboard this team because you know more about this than I do.
I don’t have to know everything about everything. And so when you say this is how this has to be and as long as I understand the why behind it,
then I submit to you in that because I’ve given you that place of authority and my company and on my like extended team because,
you know, and I don’t in. So although it pisses me off that I don’t know everything, and sometimes it really hurts and ruffles my feathers when you’re like April,
you have got to get this episode in right now or whatever, you know what I mean? I need that and that’s why I hired you.
And I think that all women, as they’re growing their team. They should have a healthy level of respect for the people that they bring in their team.
You need to take the time. If you identify like me that you’re not a great delegator. Understand that you’re not a great delegator because therefore,
you need to be a better communicator because you understand that you understand that you might not be a great delegator,
and there has to be this incredible level of trust and mutual respect. The other thing that I will say is that you know,
when you’re growing your team, a lot of people start out bringing people on their team, especially women as their best friends.
And you can’t be too nice, but they’re overly nice. Let’s have coffee. Let’s take our kids to the park or whatever,
right? You’re hiring somebody to do a job. And so I think that friendship develops after the establishment,
and that’s what I’ve found. Two. Because I used to do that all the time, and it was very hard to then draw find hard lines in the boundaries between Frank,
my team. So I used to want to be in everybody’s best friend and they could come over for dinner and you know all those things in a night In the last five years,
I haven’t grown my team that way. First, I hire somebody for their area of expertise, and then we develop mutually respectful,
you know, boundaries in a relationship. And then the friendship grows like you went and saw Jacob dancing on the dance with me.
I mean, the way we do stuff together, that’s a business relationship. And I will say this,
you guys, this is why you see men do a better job growing teams and women, cause we all just want to be already is friend.
But it comes down to the bottom line of getting a job done in finding the right person that believes in your mission that believes in what you’re doing.
The resonates with the purpose behind what you’re producing, whatever that may be, and that they have the right area of expertise.
If you do all those things, the friendship’s gonna come out of that. But that’s where I believe that it starts.
Okay, so as is the case when I normally interview someone, this is going on a little bit long.
So let’s wrap this up here and I am curious. What are your three favorite episodes from the podcasts over these last three years?
Okay, I’m so glad you asked me that. So I have to say, in year one, my favorite episode that we did is still the podcast trailer.
It’s episode number 00 if you guys haven’t listened to it before, I cried in that thing like I was so moved and I was so determined to get this podcast off the ground It totally start crying in it.
And I remember reaching out to Britney and being like, I can’t do this. This can’t be the trailer.
And you’re like, No, this is the trailer were producing this and this is in the beginning, we were producing this.
This is what we’re putting out there because this is who you really are. April. It’s just like six minutes long.
It’s my lifestyle entrepreneur manifesto because all of it is still so true. And it’s just everything this partner.
So I love that one. I would say in 2018 it was pretty awesome having Amy Porter field on the show,
and I really love that one. That’s episode number 87. If you guys haven’t heard that one yet.
I love that one because I had known Amy for a few years before we recorded that episode, and I was able to get her on the show and talk not about online courses or marketing until was a really cool show for her to share some vulnerability.
That show is about being brave and bold and being authentic to communicate with your TRIBE. And I loved the opportunity also for Amy,
but then for us to see and hear her talk about things she doesn’t always talk about on her own podcast.
And so I really liked that one. And then for 2019 this shows that I’m a business modeling geek.
It’s definitely number 122. How to choose the best business model for your life because I think that’s way where it needs to start.
For all of you guys, if you don’t choose the right business model the build you’re gonna be totally miserable.
You could even make all the tea in China, and you’d still be miserable if your business model isn’t right.
So it would be episode number 122 from this year. Awesome. Well, I know that you have some incredible listeners,
and you have an audience that absolutely adores you. And I don’t know why they wouldn’t. So is there anybody that you want,
Thio particularly give a shadow too? Yes, In here something. It’s so hard just to pick a couple.
And so I’m just gonna read some reviews for those you guys that have taken a chance. I’m to leave us some reviews on iTunes,
and I would just appreciate you guys being listeners. So much. So the domestic diva said this podcast is informational,
interesting and educational. Thank you so much for posting this violet. And I really, really appreciate that.
We’re going back, like, a couple of years, too. And, uh, see, Nam Lee said this is just what everybody who needs a business who’s starting a business needs step by step all the tools at your fingertips making it clear and easy.
I absolutely love this. Jay said Creative, informative, very enlightening. You totally have to check this out.
And then Caroline Cole said April is terrific. Tune into your strategies you can use immediately to move the needle on your life in your business.
Well done, April. I do appreciate you guys so much. There are so many reviews on here.
It was really hard, really hard to pick. I will say one more from Lila Davidson. She says she loves his podcast for its practical on actionable advice,
and she finds a pro to be more personal than some personable than some other podcast does with the Miller content is probably because I tell why let all my dirty laundry behind the scenes,
I could relate to her mom, entrepreneur and sensibility and reminders on keeping things real as we work hard and build our businesses.
And so, Lila, thank you so much for taking the time to write that review and all the guys,
if you haven’t reviewed us yet on Apple, we would totally love it. And thank you so much,
Britney. We have to give, like, clap my golf club behind the scenes. You guys wouldn’t have this show without Britney.
And so for our third podcast birthday, stay tuned here after we wrap up and we we say goodbye to Britney and I’ll be giving you a bunch of information.
That, and gifts and cool things that you guys can take with you after today’s show. So thank you,
Brittany. I appreciate it. Of course. Thank you. April. Thank you so much for sticking around at the end of this episode.
I know it was longer than most far our episodes. I appreciate you so much more than me sitting here can say in this Mike.
But when I record this show, I don’t imagine myself speaking to hundreds of thousands of people that have downloaded this show.
I just imagine sitting here like me and you with a glass of wine woman to woman talking about business,
talking shop and me pouring into you every time you connect with me on instagram or you share this show with your friends.
I see that on on the other side, too. And I just fully appreciate it so much. Your support for the sweet Life entrepreneur a podcast.
I am some massively awesome episodes plan for you guys in 2020 who? Just wait where I really get your business to the next level.
I’m so excited to pour into you in 2020 and beyond. So as we talked about your birthday present,
the sweet life podcast is giving you a birthday present. I’m giving you completely free access to my ideal client Avatar Master Class.
This is an hour long training and a complete workbook to help you hone in on your ideal clients really decide on your niche and actually write the copy that could go on your website and in all of your marketing,
so that you can make a ton of money. That’s the thing. When you get your messaging right,
that’s when your business is just catapulted to the next level. And so I’m giving you completely free access to my eye.
I see a master class, and one person is also going to receive a free to our deep dive business strategy session with me,
which is $700 value. So in order to get the free master class and have an opportunity to work with me totally free in the deep of strategy session,
here’s a recap. This is the three short steps you need to do Number one share this episode and number two take a screenshot of what you’ve done sharing this episode.
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Episode 155: Clear Space To Make Big Moves In 2020: Detox and Declutter Your Business – with April Beach

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Episode Highlights:
  1. Software recommendations that will help clean things up in your business.
  2. Routines that will help you get in the flow of a clean mind and business and remove distractions.
  3. Different ways this podcast and the SweetLife Entrepreneur community can help you move into 2020 in an intentional way.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

As a mom who owns two companies and has three boys, the reality is that sometimes my life gets a little messy.

Unfortunately, this carries over into my businesses and I just can’t do great work or produce very well when things are cluttered and disorganized.

I know you’re planning big things for 2020 so, if you’re anything like me, let’s help declutter your business so you can focus on the things that will bring you those big results.

Whether you’ve just gotten your first idea for a business or you’ve been in business for years, this episode is going to help you sort through the mess in your mind, clean-up your business, and start this next decade off on the right foot so it can change the course of the rest of your life.

How to Take Action:
    1. Take the Lifestyle Entrepreneur Roadmap Quiz to find out where you’re at in your business so you know what to focus on in 2020.
    2. Join us for Commitment Week 2020.
    3. Join me in my business mentorship and mastermind, SweetLife Launch.

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13 Outlook Productivity & Organization Tips

3 Differences Between Goals and Intentions

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Episode 154: Lifestyle Entrepreneurship: How To Manage Business, Marriage, Parenting, and Self Care As An Entrepreneur Couple – with April and Aaron Beach

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Episode Highlights:
  1. How entrepreneurship has affected our marriage, intimacy, and communication.
  2. How we teach our boys to brand themselves and chase their dreams.
  3. The family meeting and mastermind schedule we use to take control.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:
I often get asked how we manage such a chaotic life with business and kids. The truth is, it’s not glamorous. Aaron and I struggled a lot in the beginning.
When you’re growing multiple businesses with three boys and facing the reality of living with medical needs, marriage challenges, lifestyle changes and the desire to control your future… it’s never easy, but that’s okay because what you’re fighting for is worth it.
If you’re concerned about how entrepreneurship is affecting your kids, you feel like your marriage is struggling, or you want to hear family systems you can use in your life, this is the episode for you.
You love hard. You work hard. And you want to do great things. And you shall.
How to Take Action:
    1. Check out Burn the Picket Fence™: Behind-the-scenes of a lifestyle entrepreneur family.
    2. Take a screenshot of this episode in your favorite app, tag me on Instagram (@sweetlife_entrepreneur), and let me know what part you resonated with the most.
    3. Join me in my business mentorship and mastermind, SweetLife Launch.

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Episode 153: 3 Simple Ways To Manage December and Prepare Your Life And Business For 2020 Success – with Joy Wilder

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Episode Highlights:
  1. How to set a vision and boundaries for the month of December.
  2. How to outsource and delegate specifically in the month of December.
  3. How to micro-plan your last two weeks of December.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

December is a chaotic time of year for most people even if they’re not running their own business like you are. If you’re feeling especially overwhelmed you can’t miss this episode with Joy Wilder.

Joy is the founder of the Brilliant Life™ Business and Micro-Planning™ Systems where she helps women design insanely successful businesses around a life they love without sacrificing their family or themselves.

Joy’s a certified business coach and specializes in Micro-Planning™, helping others turn their passion into profit and optimizing existing businesses’ profitability. She’s the mom of four children under the age of eight, owner of three small businesses, and former Location Pastor.

She has a passion for coaching others to live their Brilliant Life™ while impacting their communities for good.

When not raising her businesses and babies, Joy loves date nights with her husband, is a spinning junkie and a Settlers groupie.

How to Take Action:
  1. Grab your FREE copy of Joy Wilder’s Top 11 Apps That Will Change Your Life!
  2. Take a screenshot of the episode, tag @joywilder2 and @sweetlife_entrepreneur, and put in your post what you’re going to do to rest this December.
  3. Join me in my business mentorship and mastermind, SweetLife Launch.

Links Mentioned:

Joy Wilder’s Website

Joy Wilder’s Podcast | The Brilliant Life Show

The Brilliant Life Show | Episode 033: Lifestyle Entrepreneur Roadmap™ with Burn the Picket Fence’s April Beach

Joy Wilder on Instagram

TaskRabbit

Upwork

Cardstore

Michael Hyatt

April Beach on Instagram

SweetLife Entrepreneurs Community on Facebook

SweetLife Entrepreneurs Behind the Scenes on YouTube

Episode 137: How to Grow Your Business Through Podcasting, Even With A Small List – with Stefanie Gass

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Episode Tools:

Download Stefanie Gass’ 10 Steps to Starting a Podcast

Episode Highlights:
  1. How to identify it podcasting is right for you and your business.
  2. The first three steps to launching your own podcast to help grow your business.
  3. How to use your podcast to grow your list.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

When I started this podcast, I already had a large list and a loyal following, but I realize that’s not everyone else’s situation when they’re ready to start their own podcast. That’s why I’m thrilled to bring you the exact right person to help me out this week.

Stephanie Gass went from being a jet-setting corporate mogul who was working 60 hours a week to a wife, mother of two, and an entrepreneur who now helps other entrepreneurs grow their business through podcasting with no list.

So, if you’re interested in starting a podcast, or have already started one, and you need help using that podcast to grow your business without already having a large following or email list, this is your episode!

How to Take Action:
    1. Download Stefanie Gass’ 10 Steps to Starting a Podcast
    2. Connect with us on Instagram (@sweetlife_entrepreneur and @stefaniegass)
    3. Join me in my business mentorship and mastermind, The Committed.

Links Mentioned:

Stefanie Gass’ Website

Stefanie Gass’ Podcast | The Mompreneur Mastermind Show

Lifestyle Entrepreneur Impact Weekend

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #00: Lifestyle Entrepreneur Manifesto

10 Steps to Start Podcasting

Episode 135: Homeschooling and Unschooling for Lifestyle Freedom + Raising Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs – with Otakara Klettke

Otakara Klettke SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast April Beach

 

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Episode Highlights:
  1. The difference between homeschooling and unschooling.
  2. The business model of homeschooling or unschooling and whether it might be a good fit for your family.
  3. How both Otakara and I are navigating these disruptive waters with our own children.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

There’s a lifestyle entrepreneur movement happening and each year more and more families are pulling their kids from traditional schools for two reasons:

1) The system isn’t preparing their children to be entrepreneurial independent thinkers.
2) The traditional school system is cramping their family’s desire for time and location freedom.

In this disruptive episode, we dive into the difference of homeschooling, unschooling and traditional education, how each is affecting our kids and if it’s time for you make a change for your lifestyle, kids and future.

I also share behind the scenes of how we’re navigating these questions in our family and how we handle three kids who thrive in three separate structures.

How to Take Action:
    1. Follow my family’s disruptive journey with our behind-the-scence vlog, Burn The Picket Fence™
    2. Reach out to me on Instagram and Otakara on Facebook to let us know what you think about this episode and movement.
    3. Join me in my business mentorship and mastermind, The Committed.

Links Mentioned:

Otakara Klettke’s Website

Burn The Picket Fence™ on Instagram

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #84: Inside The Life Of An Entrepreneur’s Kid – Interviewing My Son Tim Beach

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #99: Taking Big Risks To Design Your Life While Raising Thoughtful Kids – with Sitinee Sheffert

Lifestyle Entrepreneur Impact Weekend

Chasing Carter

Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development

Episode 129: Burn The Picket Fence™ – Vlog: Behind The Scenes Of Our Lifestyle Entrepreneur Family

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Episode Tools:

Check out the trailer for Burn The Picket Fence™

Episode Highlights:
  1. What Burn the Picket Fence™ means.
  2. Why it’s taken me so long to release this project.
  3. Five business strategies that are a must in order for my family to Burn the Picket Fence™.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

This episode is unlike any of the episodes I’ve ever put out and it has been feeling completely uncomfortable.

If you’ve been listening to the podcast for a while, you’ve heard mention my behind-the-scenes family vlog, Burn The Picket Fence™, several times.

Historically, I’m not someone who cares what other people think about me, but this project has me feeling incredibly vulnerable. In fact, even recording this episode had my heart racing.

Take to the listen to the episode to find out why I felt called to undertake this project, why I held back on releasing it for as long as I did, and the five strategies that will help you Burn The Picket Fence™.

How to Take Action:
    1. Check out the trailer for Burn The Picket Fence™
    2. Subscribe to Burn The Picket Fence™ via the website or YouTube
    3. Join me in my business mentorship and mastermind, The Committed.

Links Mentioned:

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #101: Want to Travel with Your Kids? Follow Our Family Entrepreneur Yearly Planning Guide

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #111: Simple Steps To Create The Systems You Need For Profit And Productivity – with Kate Erickson

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #122: How To Choose An Online Business Model That’s Right For You

The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Online Business Model That’s Right for You

April Beach on Instagram

Episode 117: Single Entrepreneurs Guide To Making More Money – with Andi Forness

Andi Forness SweetLife Entrepreneur April Beach

 

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Episode Tools:

Download Andi Forness’ FREE Guide: A Dating Profile That Attracts Your Ideal Guy

Episode Highlights:
  1. How practicing healthy receiving in your relationship will carry over into your business.
  2. Examples of how you can starting practicing healthy receiving right now.
  3. How online dating is just like online marketing (and how being good at one can improve the other).
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

Andi Forness is an online dating coach who’s been published in Mind Body Green, Greatest, Austin Woman Magazine, Thrive Global and has been quoted in Forbes, Bravo TV, Men’s Health, and more!

Andi helps single, high-achieving, analytical women use online dating as a personal development program so they can finally find Mr. Right and feel fulfilled in all areas of their life.

One of the ones Andi relates dating to entrepreneurship is by pointing out that online dating is just like online marketing.

Whether you’re single or have been married for 20+ years as I have, this episode has something for everyone. So, take a listen now to find out the other ways dating (even your spouse) can help improve your business!

Below is a list of items Andi mentioned in the episode as examples of things that might be on your daily list of activities:

  • Calling the phone company
  • Making appointments for your kids
  • Unloading the dishwasher
  • Creating content
  • Checking in with friends
  • Spending time in your free Facebook group
  • Self-care
  • Eating healthy
  • Taking a nap
How to Take Action:
    1. Download Andi Forness’ FREE Guide: A Dating Profile That Attracts Your Ideal Guy
    2. Using the list above as a guide, write out your list of typical daily activities in order of how you typical prioritize them. Then, evaluate the list to see if it aligns with what you really want your day to look like.
    3. Join me in my business mentorship and mastermind, The Committed.

Links Mentioned:

Andi Forness’ Website

Andi Forness on Instagram

Andi Forness’ Facebook Group | Fulfilled Chicas in Love 

Andi Forness on Twitter

Andi Forness on Pinterest

Andi Forness on LinkedIn

April Beach on Instagram

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 116: How Passion, Sex and Intimacy In Your Marriage, Can Lead To Business Success – with Cheryl Fraser, PhD

Episode 113: 4 Key Areas To Create Space In Your Life, So You Can Grow Your Business – with Corie Clark

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Episode Tools:

Download Corie Clark’s strategy sheet, 5 tips to SIMPLIFY YOUR LIFE starting today

Episode Highlights:
  1. How to create margin in four different areas of your life; your health, home, finances, and time.
  2. Five different ways to simplify your life.
  3. The connection between mental, physical, and spiritual health and the success of your business.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

If you want to start or grow a business, you need to make room in your life for entrepreneurship.

That’s where this week’s guest comes in …

Corie Clark is a business educator, creator of the Purposeful Planner, author of The Simplicity Project, and host of the Purpose with Corie Clark podcast.

Corie loves not only helping others find their purpose but equipping them to live it out and turn it into a profitable business.

Today, Corie and I will be discussing all about how you can create the margins and space in your life so you can grow your business.

How to Take Action:
    1. Download Corie Clark’s strategy sheet, 5 tips to SIMPLIFY YOUR LIFE starting today
    2. Do an evaluation of the four key areas discussed in this episode to see where you can begin to create margins in them.
    3. Join me in my business mentorship and mastermind, The Committed.

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Links Mentioned:

Corie Clark’s Website

Corie Clark’s Shop

Corie Clark’s Book | The Simplicity Project

Corie Clark’s Podcast | Purpose with Corie Clark

Corie Clark on Instagram

John J. Ratey’s Book | Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 02: Don’t Make Perfect the Enemy

April Beach on Instagram

April Beach on YouTube

Episode 110: Stop Second-Guessing and Start Profiting: How To Own Your Productivity – with Amber De La Garza

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Episode Tools:

Get Amber De La Garza’s FREE High-Value Activity Identifier

Episode Highlights:
  1. A discussion of how the way you’re supposed to be productive might not work for you and why that’s okay.
  2. How to use what does work for you already when it comes to your productivity.
  3. The four productivity buckets you must fill in order to be profitable.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

You can’t expect to be profitable in your business if you’re not productive first.

Amber De La Garza is The Productivity Specialist. She’s a sought-after coach, trainer, speaker, writer, and host of the Productivity Straight Talk podcast.

Amber helps driven entrepreneurs execute actionable solutions to maximize your profit, reduce your stress, and make time for what matters most.

In my conversation with Amber today, she’s breaking down the four “buckets” you need to fill in order to be productive and profitable.

How to Take Action:
      1. Get Amber De La Garza’s FREE High-Value Activity Identifier.
      2. Take the SweetLife Entrepreneur Self-Assesment to see what phase of business you’re currently in.
      3. Join me in my business mentorship and mastermind, The Committed.

Links Mentioned:

Amber De La Garza’s Website

Amber De La Garza’s Podcast | Productivity Straight Talk

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode #02: Don’t Make Perfect the Enemy

Episode 108: Stop Consuming, Start Creating, and Mother Like a Boss – with Kendra Hennessy

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Episode Tools:

Join me in my brand new business mentorship and mastermind, The Committed.

Episode Highlights:
  1. The importance of setting boundaries for consumption time and creation time.
  2. The biggest problems that result from not setting proper boundaries.
  3. Kendra tips for setting boundaries in your work and life and how for sticking to them.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

Kendra Hennessy is a mother of two, a home management expert, the Founder of Mother Like a Boss, and the Host of the Mother Like a Boss podcast.

Kendra’s mission is to redefine homemaking in the 21st century and make the difficult and tedious parts of running a home smoother through systems, routines, and mindset shifts.

In this episode, Kendra and I take a deep dive into the importance of having boundaries both at home and in your business. This is especially important when it comes to being specific about when you’re going to consume information and when you’re actually going to create things for your business because, as Kendra says …

“If you’re in consumption mode, you can’t be in creative mode.”

How to Take Action:
    1. Join me in my brand new business mentorship and mastermind, The Committed.
    2. Follow both @sweetlife_entrepreneur and @motherlikeaboss on Instagram to check out our live later this week!
    3. Say no to at least one thing this week.

Links Mentioned:

Kendra Hennessy’s Website

Kendra Hennessy’s Mother Like a Boss Podcast

Kendra Hennessy’s Blog

Kendra Hennessy’s Courses

Kendra Hennessy’s Free Vault

Kendra Hennessy’s Community

Episode 100: StartUp Stories: From The Trenches of Entrepreneurship

This episode contains explicit language.

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast April Beach

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Episode Tools:

Check out my ICA Masterclass

Episode Highlights:
  1. My appreciation for you, my incredible audience, for helping me reach the milestone of 100 podcast episodes.
  2. Four mini-interviews with amazing women who’re in the trenches building their businesses.
  3. The program of mine that one guest said she wished she would’ve gone through before spending 15K on various coaches and programs over the past several years.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

The first thing I need to say is thank you. Thank you for continuing to tune in. For sharing the show with others. For connecting with me on other platforms. And, for sharing how much this show means to you.

I thought long and hard about how I wanted to celebrate this incredible milestone and then I realized, it had be about you.

This show wouldn’t have reached 100 episodes if it weren’t for you, my amazing listeners, and the only way I can celebrate that is by sharing some of your stories.

The four women featured in this special episode are your sisters. They’re in the trenches building their business just like you.

You’ll hear from Kelly Bond; who talks about “rewilding” herself. As a former extreme athlete turned mother and entrepreneur, she’s finding her way back to her wild side and creating a business that will help other women do the same.

You’ll also hear from Monica Miller. Monica has been in business for a few years but is choosing to completely pivot her ideal client avatar and utilize a local market to grow her online business.

You’ll also hear from Paty Mariposa. The last year has seen Paty turn a hobby into a business, epically fail at her first big launch, and then have her most profitable week-to-date.

Lastly, you’ll also hear from Ali Zabel. While in business school, Ali never dreamed having children would become a priority over her career … until she held her baby in her arms for the first time and realized she needed to design a business that would fit her newly aligned priorities.

How to Take Action:
  1. Check out my ICA Masterclass.
  2. Check out each of these amazing ladies’ websites and share their business with anyone you feel would benefit from their services.
  3. Follow these incredible women on social media using the links below and let them know how much you enjoyed hearing their honest accounts of building their businesses.

Links Mentioned:

Kelly Bond’s Website

Grow Her Wild

Kelly Bond on Instagram

Monica Miller’s Website

Monica Miller on Facebook

Paty Mariposa’s Website

Paty Mariposa on Instagram

Ali Zabel’s Website

Ali Zabel on Facebook

Ali Zabel on Instagram

Ali Zabel on Pinterest

April Beach on Instagram

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast on Instagram

April Beach’s ICA Masterclass

Episode 97: Don’t Use Block Calendar Strategy? It Might Be Costing You Money

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Episode Bonus:

Download My Block Calendar Cheat Sheet

For busy women, with awesome companies.
Episode Highlights:
  1. A breakdown of exactly what a block calendar is.
  2. An explanation of the most common “blocks” to put in your calendar.
  3. Tips for how to handle the items that come up throughout the day that don’t fit into your current block.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

Block calendars are used to block off times in your week for focused work and they are one of the most effective tools you can have in your productivity toolkit.

They allow you to focus your time and energy on one thing at a time, help you say no to “shiny object syndrome,” and enable you to rebound more quickly if you do become distracted.

Using a block calendar will help you take massive action and increase your productivity in ways that will help you see immediate results.

How to Take Action:
  1. Download My Block Calendar Cheat Sheet
  2. Watch the YouTube video below to hear how a block calendar changed our lives and helped us out of a very stressful time
  3. Determine the blocks that should be on your calendar

Links Mentioned:

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 04: The SweetLife Entrepreneur System

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 05: Become More Productive Right Now

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Episode 95: How to Create a Keyless Life And Live Like A Chillpreneur – with Denise Duffield-Thomas

 

Denise Duffield-Thomas Sweetlife Entrepreneur Podcast April Beach

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Episode Tools:

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Episode Highlights:
  1. An explanation of what a keyless life is and why it’s so important for entrepreneurs.
  2. Specific incidences and examples of different ways you can start developing a keyless life.
  3. The importance of not overcomplicating your business.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

As a money mindset mentor for a new wave online female entrepreneurs, Denise Duffield-Thomas helps women release their fear of money, set premium prices for their services, and take control over their finances.

Like most entrepreneurs, Denise found herself bogged down with the minute tasks, daily frustrations, and shiny object distractions … until she realized she was going about it all the wrong way.

When it comes to business, perfection isn’t the goal.

Take a listen to this episode to hear how Denise came to this realization and how the concept of a keyless life changed everything for Denise and her family.

How to Take Action:
  1. Take Denise Duffield Thomas’ FREE Money Blocks Workshop
  2. Check Out Denise Duffield Thomas’ Books
  3. Take a screenshot of this page, share it on Instagram, @sweetlife_entrepreneur and @denisedt and let us know you’re keyless life hangups or hacks

SEE THE BEHIND THE SCENES VIDEO RECORDING HERE


Links Mentioned:

Denise Duffield-Thomas’ Website

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 84: Inside The Life Of An Entrepreneur’s Kid – Interviewing My Son Tim Beach

Episode 91: Saying Yes With Purpose: Setting Boundaries to Make Your Solopreneur Business Thrive – with Regan Walsh

 

Regan Walsh SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast April Beach

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Episode Tools:

Download Regan Walsh’s Guide: 3 Life-Changing Ways to Shift From Survival Mode to Purpose Mode

Episode Highlights:
  1. How this expert life coach designs her own life; including her strict rating system for deciding which opportunities to pursue.
  2. How Regan coaches her clients to take control and organize their life and business.
  3. Regan’s mission to give away a million dollars by the time she’s fifty.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

Regan Walsh is a mother of two, speaker, and an NYU certified Life Coach whose gift is helping women get from a point of total survival mode to walking into their purpose.

She is a contributor to Forbes and the Harvard Business Review and has also been featured by Elite Daily, Bustle, FabFitFun, Smart Business, and more.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed and like you’re doing 1,000 different things without any of them actually moving forward towards your goals and purpose, this is one you won’t want to miss.

How to Take Action:
  1. Download Regan Walsh’s Guide: 3 Life-Changing Ways to Shift From Survival Mode to Purpose Mode
  2. Connect with Regan Walsh on Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.
  3. Visit Regan Walsh’s Website.

Links Mentioned:

The SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 02: Don’t Make Perfect the Enemy

Flying Horse Farms

Besa

Greg McKeowon’s Book | Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

Episode 85: Back to School Business & Family Reset – with Suzanne Brown

 

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Episode Tools:

Download: Suzanne Brown’s Know Your Why Guide

Episode Highlights:
  1. Suzanne’s thoughts on why routines, especially at bedtime and in the morning, are critical for keeping your family organized.
  2. Suzanne’s tips for staying focused and maintaining your new routines.
  3. Why Suzanne’s advocates for outsourcing certain parts of your daily or weekly routines.
Why This Episode Is Awesome:

It’s that time of year when our kids are getting a fresh start by heading back to school. It’s also the perfect time of year for our families to get a fresh start as well.

Implementing strategies and structures as a family as your kids head back to school can lead to less stress and more revenue.

This week’s guest, Suzanne Brown, is a strategic marketing and business consultant, work-life balance speaker, and the author of Mompowerment: Insights from Professional Part-Time Working Moms Who Balance Career and Family.

If you’re finding your home to be a little chaotic with the start of a new school year, take a listen as Suzanne shares structural systems and formulas for ways we can capitalize on the current season we’re in and how we can leverage these systems, both for our business and our family.

How to Take Action:
  1. Download Suzanne Brown’s Know Your Why Guide
  2. Explore More SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast Episodes
  3. Follow the SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast on Instagram

Links Mentioned:

Suzanne Brown’s Book | Mompowerment: Insights from Professional Part-Time Working Moms Who Balance Career and Family

Suzanne Brown’s Blog

Suzanne Brown on Twitter

Suzanne Brown on Facebook

Suzanne Brown on Instagram

Suzanne Brown’s TedxSMU Talk | It’s Time to Create Professional Part-time Working Mom Opportunities

Episode 78: Navigating the Complex Life of Entrepreneurship with Kids – with Sarah Boyd

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Are Your Kids Involved In Your Business?

I’ve mentioned multiple times on the show how we actively involve our kids in our businesses. We do this to not only to help makes things easier now, but to help set them up for their future.

We want our kids to be prepared for entrepreneurship and we’re doing everything we can to help facilitate that.

In This Episode:

Luckily, my guest this week feels exactly the same way!

Sarah Boyd is a writer, speaker, and the Founder of Resilient Little Hearts; a children’s publishing house.

As a mother of two, who also happens to be an expert in the fields of psychology and neuroscience, Sarah is deeply committed to equipping the next generation with the foundational life skills of resilience, courage, and kindness through using the power of story.

In this episode you’ll learn:
  1. Sarah’s incredible story that saw her have a confrontation with her own mortality and her family make an international move.
  2. Ways to help your kids prepare for entrepreneurship.
  3. Ways you can support your kids through the transitions of entrepreneurship.

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Resources Mentioned:

Sarah Boyd’s Website

Sarah Boyd on Facebook

Sarah Boyd on Instagram

Resilient Little Hearts

The Boy Who Stood Up Tall Kickstarter Campaign

Sarah’s ‘Mad-Lib’ Style, Plug & Play Bedtime Story (Which Can be Personalized for Your Child to Teach Them Concepts of Courage & Overcoming Fears)

 

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Episode 62: Pursuing What You Love Every Day Pt. 2 – with Katya Libin

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Today, We’re Continuing to Talk About Support for Mama Entrepreneurs.

Being a entrepreneurial mama requires a supportive community in order to stay sane and be successful.

In last week’s episode, I introduced you to Katya Libin and today we’re continuing our conversation about how she helps women just like you find the support they need.

In This Episode:

Katya Libin is the Co-Founder of Heymama; a global community for entrepreneurial mamas.

After attending college with the intent of becoming a lawyer, Katya quickly found herself being one of the top sales staff at an emerging tech company working with brands like Nike, Victoria’s Secret, and American Express to name a few.

After she unexpectedly found herself pregnant while all her friends were still partying it up in New York City, she realized she felt alone in her personal life and unfulfilled in her professional one.

After meeting her current business partner, and fellow mama, she discovered that a connection to other business-minded mama’s was what she had been missing.

Why You Can Expect:

In this episode, Katya talks about the need to have confidence as both an entrepreneur and mother, why we shouldn’t be intimidated by the unknown, the importance of democratizing information, knowledge, and experiences, and more!

 

Join the SweetLife Facebook Community and practice going live in a safe space.

 

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Resources Mentioned:

Heymama Website

Heymama Membership

Heymama on Instagram

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Episode 61: Pursuing What You Love Every Day Pt. 1 – with Katya Libin

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Today, We’re Talking About Support for Mama Entrepreneurs.

Being an entrepreneur is difficult. Being a mother is extremely difficult. Being both means you deserve a medal.

Neither of these two things are easy to do on your own and having a supportive community behind you who know exactly what you’re going through can make all the difference in the world.

In This Episode:

My special guest this week is Katya Libin and she is the Co-Founder of Heymama; a global community for entrepreneurial mamas.

After attending college with the intent of becoming a lawyer, Katya quickly found herself being one of the top sales staff at an emerging tech company working with brands like Nike, Victoria’s Secret, and American Express to name a few.

After she unexpectedly found herself pregnant while all her friends were still partying it up in New York City, she realized she felt alone in her personal life and unfulfilled in her professional one.

After meeting her current business partner, and fellow mama, she discovered that a connection to other business-minded mama’s was what she had been missing.

Why You Can Expect:

In this episode, Katya explains her personal journey, how she founded Heymama with just $500 and an Instagram account, why she felt compelled to serve entrepreneurial mama’s, how Heymama helps these women by providing both free and paid content, and so much more.

Side note: Katya and I had such a great conversation that it ran quite a bit longer than usual so, I’ve split in the interview into two parts.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so you don’t miss part two when it’s released next week!

Join the SweetLife Facebook Community and practice going live in a safe space.

 

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Resources Mentioned:

Heymama Website

Heymama Membership

Heymama on Instagram

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Episode 58: How To Build A Life-First Business

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Are You Truly Creating A Life-First Business?

There are a lot of misconceptions about what a lifestyle entrepreneur is.

We don’t all want to drive our convertible Ferrari’s to the airport where a private jet is waiting to whisk off us to our own private island.

I mean, don’t get me wrong, I certainly complain if that were to actually happen, but that’s not even close to the reason I created my life-first business and I’m guessing you agree.

Your business is about your dreams. It’s up to you to figure out what those dreams really are and then design your business around them.

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It’s a pretty safe bet the vast majority of entrepreneurs prefer to have a business that allows them to spend time with their families, live their passions, and fulfill their purpose.

If the same is true for you, it’s never too early to begin designing your business around those things.

That’s why I’m discussing some things you’ll need to think about during that design process.

Why You Can Expect:

In this episode, I provide four strategies that will help you build a life-first business that truly meets your needs.

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Resources Mentioned:

Thomas Oppong’s Article: The Overthinker’s Guide to Taking Action

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Episode 48: Controlling Your Business and Family Finances – with Natali Morris

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Do You Currently Treat Your Family Like A Business?

It may sound a little odd, but if you don’t currently treat your family, specifically it’s finances, like a business, you should.

My guest in this special episode, Natali Morris, is a broadcaster, writer, speaker, co-founder and CFO of Morris Invest, and a former news anchor who has worked for NBC, CBS, and The Today Show.

After being let go from her lucrative job on network television shortly after having her first child, she decided to start treating her family like her business by taking control of their finances.

Now, her mission is to empower women to take control of their money, their business, and start building long-term wealth.

Why You Should Tune In?

According to Natali, you cannot save your way to wealth. You have to buy it.

The traditional views of preparing for retirement by pouring money into your 401k are outdated.

If you truly want to build wealth, or even just make sure your family is taken care of as you start a new business endeavor, you have be creative with your money.

What Can You Expect?

In this episode, Natali and I discuss exactly how you can grow true creative wealth and keep your family afloat while you’re launching your own business.

Are you ready to start treating your family’s finances like a business so you can grow creative wealth? Then check out Natali’s Balance Budgeting Sheet:

“Natali Morris’ Balance Budgeting Sheet


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Natali Morris’ Website

Natali Morris’ Investing in Real Estate Podcast

Entrusted: Building a Legacy That Lasts by Andrew L. Howell and David R. York

 

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Episode 45: 4 Strategies to Build a Profitable Business Around Your Family

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Are struggling with figuring out how to make your business work around your family life instead of the other way around?

If so, I want to help you fix that immediately!

Entrepreneurship by design means creating a business that allows you to live your ideal lifestyle instead of keeping you from it.

Why You Should Tune In

It’s not uncommon for entrepreneurs to start a business thinking it will lead to more time with their families only to realize they’re spending more time working and less time with the ones they love.

Making a few simple, but critical, changes in your business can help completely turn things around so you never have to miss another moment with your family.

What Can You Expect?

In this episode, I explain four key strategies that will help you build a profitable business around your family; including how to avoid the number one mistake new entrepreneurs make.

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SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 01: Entrepreneurship by Design

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 06: Create & Dominate Your Block Calendar

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 44: What You Should Know Now – To Kick Ass in Your Business Next Year

SweetLife Entrepreneur Self Assessment

 

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Episode 41: Find Your Voice of Influence – with Andrea Wenburg

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Do You Have a Clear Understanding of Your Voice of Influence?

My guest this week is someone that I absolutely adore! I’ve known Andrea Wenburg for a little while and I’m even working with her in a professional capacity so I can have a better understanding of my voice of influence and how I can use that to stand out in a crowded niche.

Why You Should Tune In

In today’s online marketplace, there are amazing new businesses, coaches, and consultants popping up all the time. Almost every niche these days is saturated and, unless you have a way to make yourself stand out among the crowd, your business might not be around for long.

Having a clear understanding of who are, what you have to say, and how you’re going to say it will stop you from being generic and forgettable.

If you’re failing to stand out in your niche, have a generic message, or are just not quite at the level of income you expected to be at by this point in your entrepreneurial journey … make sure you really listen to what Andrea has to say in this powerful interview.

What Can You Expect?

In this episode, you learn how having a clear understanding of your voice of influence will help improve your bottom line, how to turn your burdens into your passion and then into a business, and you’ll hear about the incredible new opportunity for how you can learn from Andrea herself.

Don’t Forget: Andrea’s Voice of Influence Academy will be opening for enrollment for a very limited time starting on October, 25th. Click here to learn more.


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Resources Mentioned:

Andrea’s Website and Podcast

Voice of Influence Podcast on iTunes

Andrea’s Book: Unfrozen: Stop Holding Back and Release the Real You

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 00: Lifestyle Entrepreneur Manifesto

 

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Episode 38: Business, Boobs & Bravery – With Handful

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Want To Scale Your Online Business In The Fastest Way Possible?

I can’t fully explain how much joy it brings me to share this episode with you.

Jennifer Ferguson and Cary Goldberg, of the amazing company Handful, are here to talk about the emotional ups and downs of building a business and working directly with breast cancer fighters and survivors.

They’re ladies are committed to helping women, especially those who’ve experienced breast cancer, feel comfortable, confident, beautiful, and happy.

Why You Should Tune In?

The Handful story is a perfect example of how unpredictable, stressful, and fulfilling starting a business can be.

It’s also the perfect example of how to do more than just make a profit.

It’s no secret that I firmly believe in building your business around your ideal lifestyle and Jennifer and Cary are living that belief while making the lives of those touched by breast cancer a little easier and more enjoyable.

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Jennifer and Cary’s crazy wonderful recording set-up for our interview.

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What Can You Expect?

In this emotionally charged and powerful episode, you learn about the process of launching a business, the side steps all entrepreneurs must be willing to take to reach your goals, why it’s so important to have a purpose and vision behind what you’re doing, and the true power of building relationships.

Don’t Forget: Enter “sweetlife” during checkout to receive a 20% discount during the entire month of October!

Also, breast cancer survivors can receive a 30% discount for life on bras with their Breast Friends Forever program.


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Handful’s Website

Handful’s Breast Friends Forever Program

Cary’s Portrait for The SCAR Project

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Episode 30: Organize Your Thoughts to Get S*** Done

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It’s officially August so we’re switching gears from the relaxing summer topics we’ve been discussing, and diving back into business building strategies. 

Do you have too many ideas?

You’re a creative… and you’re never lacking new ideas and problems to solve. This is what makes you a great, typical, entrepreneur. It’s also what is required to successfully develop unique, innovative products that people want and will rely on.

But if you’re someone who always has new ideas for your business (floating around inside your head), to the point where it becomes overwhelming and you’re not sure what to do first…

This episode is for you.

Why is this important for your business?

Having too many ideas isn’t a problem –

It’s when you’re spread too thin, that creativity can start to slow you down. If your amazing ideas are sidetracking you, you’ll relate and appreciate this episode.

Multitasking, in business development, is not your friend. Learning how to focus and organize your thoughts and ideas will allow you to see which ideas you should follow, help you become much more productive, and help you find consistent work hours.

What can you expect? 

In today’s episode, I explain how the Splashdown technique helps me organize my thoughts and how you can utilize this technique as well. Give it a try.

 

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Resources Mentioned:

 

The ONE Thing by Gary Keller & Jay Papasan

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 06: Create & Dominate Your Block Calendar

 

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Episode 21: Working from Home: Summer Success Strategies

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It’s summer! Time for sun, fun, vacations, and … work?

Now that it’s unofficially summer, it’s time to talk about how this season can have a major impact on your business if you work from home; especially if you have children who are going to be home a lot more than usual over the coming months.

Why is this important for your business?

The summer season accounts for about 25% of the year so allowing all the extra distractions to slow you down can cause you to fall considerably behind in your business.

What can you expect? 

The key to summer success is not trying to do everything. So, in this week’s episode, I break down some of the more common pitfalls that can derail your summer progress and provide you with three simple summer success strategies to avoid them.

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SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 06: Create & Dominate Your Block Calendar

The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance by Steven Kotler

Seeking Sitters

 

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Episode 19: Who Are You Competing With?

 

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What this episode delivers:

In this week’s episode, I talk about setting personal benchmarks and the importance of competing with yourself.

I even demonstrate the importance of self-competition by sharing an embarrassing story about how I learned this lesson the hard way.

Why is this important for your business?

Competing with yourself instead of others is incredibly important because we’re all on our paths. We’re all at different stages in our journey.

It’s also critical because it pushes you to be the best of version of yourself and to always give your best effort.

Competing with yourself is how you become stronger and victorious in work, health, relationships, sports and more.

What can you expect? 

This training will guide you on setting reasonable benchmarks and will take from being a person who has trouble sticking to a plan and meeting goals to someone who is consistently reaching that next level.

Consistent smaller actions in one direction are what creates results.

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Resources Mentioned:

The Power of Pete Carroll’s “Always Compete” Mindset

Ky Lima Video

Ky Lima’s Facebook Page

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Episode 18: 10 Lessons I Learned From My Entrepreneur Mother

 

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What this episode delivers:

In this special Mother’s Day edition of the podcast, I go a little out of my comfort zone by talking about the 10 lessons I learned from my entrepreneur mom.

When you’re building a business around your family life, there are more things to take into consideration than when you do not have littles in the mix. The lessons I’m sharing today, I learned from my mom, who has been a Lifestyle Entrepreneur since before I was born.

Dive in with me as I share some of the things I loved, and some of the hard lessons I’ve learned not to do.

Why is this important for your business?

Entrepreneurs, and especially entrepreneur parents, need to take a conscious look at our day-to-day activities to make sure we’re making the most with our time choices.

It’s always a good idea to learn from the successes and struggles of others. I’m passing these lessons on to you, so you can absorb and implement them in your business and life.

What can you expect? 

The lessons mentioned in this episode can help every entrepreneur grow their business and lead a more fulfilling life. After all, one of the most important lessons my mother taught me was to choose my life and then build my business around it.

 Parent Entrepreneur Lessons

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Episode 15: How to Write Your Business & Life Story

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How would you describe your life up to this point?

Have you been intentionally living each day in a way that ensures you’ll have the future you desire? Have you been following along with someone else’s plan without stopping to think if it’s what you really want? Have you been just going through the motions of life and letting years pass you by?

What we’re talking about today:

In this SweetLife Podcast episode, we’re addressing all of these scenarios by talking about intentionally writing a story for your life, and how to build your business to get the life you really want.

What can you expect from this episode?

As wonderful as it sounds, you can’t base your future solely on your passions. You need to be strategic.

Today, I’m providing specific strategies for how to write your story and how you can take actions today based on that story.

If you need a little more guidance, download the “How To Write Your Story: Links, Tips, and Resources” sheet I created for you!

Why is this important for your business?

Intentionally writing the story for your life and business, is important because intentional actions create results. When you know what you want your future to look like, you can reverse engineer it to give you the life of your dreams.

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Resources Mentioned:

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 00: Lifestyle Entrepreneur Manifesto

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 01: Entrepreneurship by Design

Lisa Nichols: Motivating the Masses

Entrepreneurship By Design Guide

 

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Episode 11: To The Driven Mompreneur – You’ve Got This

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What we’re talking about today:

In today’s episode, I’m speaking directly to all the driven mompreneurs who have ever felt stressed, alone, guilty, or any of the other negative emotions that can come along with running a business from home with your adorable kiddos running around.

I live this life and I know the struggles are real but, I’m here to tell you … you’ve got this!

What can you expect from this training?

This episode is here to remind you that you are not alone. Being a mompreneur does not make you selfish and you should not feel guilty!

This episode is also here to provide some strategies for how to run a profit-driven business from your home in the most productive way possible.

Why is this important for your business?

Knowing these things will help you feel powerful instead of guilty. You’ll feel in control, inspired, and motivated to continue building your empire for your family.

 

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Resources Mentioned:

Jenny Frankel of NudeStix

Katy Takaoka’s Article: How I Went From Breaking Even To Turning A Profit

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Episode 09: 3 Proven Steps to Craft Your Plan

 

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What we’re talking about today:

In today’s episode, I am going to help you figure out what to do when you don’t know what you don’t know.

Are you aware 50% of all businesses fail in the first two years due to the lack of having a plan?

If this is alarming to you, don’t worry!

What can you expect from this training?

Today, I’m giving you three proven questions/statements that will help you craft that critical plan for your business; even if you have no clue where to start.

Even if you’ve already launched your business but feel you’re doing a lot of busy work or just not growing at the rate you would like, these three questions will still be able to help you.

Why is this important for your business?

There is so much power in knowing where you are, where you want to go, and what actions you need to take to get there.

Having this clarity will help you focus on only the most important tasks to make sure you aren’t spinning your wheels or wasting valuable time.

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SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 01: Entrepreneurship by Design

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 04: The SweetLife Entrepreneur System

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Episode 06: Create & Dominate Your Block Calendar

Why is this important for your business?

If you find yourself feeling fragmented in the name of multitasking, and inevitably not making much progress in your business, download the Block Calendar Cheat Sheet and take a listen to this episode.

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 What we’re talking about today:

In today’s episode, I’m talking about block calendars. They’re used to block off times in your week for focused work and they are one of the most effective tools you can have in your productivity toolkit.

Block calendars allow you to focus your time and energy on one thing at a time, help you say no to “shiny object syndrome,” and enable you to rebound more quickly if you do become distracted.

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What can you expect from this training?

I break down exactly what a block calendar is, what some of the typical “blocks” are, and provide tips for how to handle the items that come up throughout that day that don’t fit into your current block.

Using a block calendar will help you take massive action and increase your productivity in ways that will help you see immediate results.


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Resources Mentioned:

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 04: The SweetLife Entrepreneur System

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 05: Become More Productive Right Now

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Episode 04: The SweetLife Entrepreneur System

What we’re talking about today:

In today’s episode, we’re going to be talking about the SweetLife Entrepreneur System™. The system is a roadmap consisting of five phases that will help you create your SweetLife Project™ (aka: your business life plan) and take your business from idea to impact.

This episode is especially important because I’m going to be categorizing all future episodes based on what phase of the SweetLife System™ they’re applicable to. This will help you stay focused and only listen to business trainings that apply to where you are in business right now!

Take the self-assessment and find out what SweetLife Entrepreneur Phase you’re currently in.

What can you expect from this training?

I use the SweetLife System™ when working with my private clients and now I’m sharing this system with you. By the end of this episode, you’ll have a better understanding of what phase your currently in and the knowledge to spring forward into the next one.

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Why is this important for your business?

In order to move forward in your business, you first must understand where you currently are.  Finding your location in the SweetLife Entrepreneur System™ gives you clarity and streamline productivity.

The SweetLife Entrepreneur System™ will also help you understand what the future of your business can look like, and the Phases to get you there.

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Resources Mentioned:

Self-Assesment

SweetLife Entrepreneur Podcast | Episode 03: Your 8 Step Business Launch Plan

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