Support is Sexy Podcast with Elayne Fluker | Interviews with Successful Women Entrepreneurs 5 Days a Week!
Summary: Hosted by media entrepreneur, author, speaker and coach Elayne Fluker, the SUPPORT IS SEXY podcast features candid interviews with successful women entrepreneurs, around the world, who get real and share inspiring true stories of the ups and the downs of their entrepreneurial journeys -- where they started, when they struggled, and how they still made it happen. 5 days a week, every Monday through Friday, each episode of SUPPORT IS SEXY will give you actionable strategies for success, tips for building your support network, pitfalls to avoid and important lessons learned that will motivate you to take your business, and your life, to the next level! Elayne Fluker is a media entrepreneur, author, speaker and coach, who was a journalist for more than 20 years before launching her own media brand. She is also founder of Chic Rebellion Media, a communications company that creates video, digital, television and podcast content to help women share their stories, and founder of GirlonPodcast.com -- a podcast booking service for women entrepreneurs. Join Elayne and her guests every weekday and get inspired! Remember: Having it all does not mean doing it all alone. And nothing is more powerful than women supporting women. Visit elaynefluker.com for more, and thank you for listening!
It's time to let go of your limiting beliefs, get unstuck and live your most fulfilled life in 2019! This is your year! On this episode, recorded just before I head to the Sahara desert in Morocco, I tell you about a course I'm super excited about for 2019: Level Up Your Mindset! Find out what's in the 8-week course and how we can work together to help you live the life you want in the new year!
In today's Support is Sexy "Rewind," we revisit an episode featuring serial entrepreneur and award-winning journalist and radio personality Karen Hunter. In this episode, Karen shares how to master your side hustle, use your platform for good and never ask for permission.
In today's Support is Sexy "Rewind," we revisit an episode featuring online marketer Destinee Berman. In this episode, Destinee shares the way spiritual teachers can launch online, grow their businesses, know their worth and be okay with people walking away.
I recorded this episode while hiking through the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. While listen to the water rush over the rocks, I was reminded of how important it is to take a moment to be quiet and listen to what's around you, and during that time, breathe. No matter where you are, you can choose to get quiet, pause and breathe, especially if you're in nature. Until then, enjoy this episode with the sounds of the Atlas Mountains and the river that flows through them.Quiet. Listen. Pause. Breathe.
We first caught up with Rachel Hollis in May of 2018, just a few weeks after the release of what would become her New York Times bestselling book, Girl, Wash Your Face -- which is currently reported to have sold more than 2,000,000 copies! Rachel is admired today for her honesty, motivation and authenticity, and for the way she inspires women, and in this "rewind" episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, you'll get to hear how these qualities also play into the business she has created, The Hollis Co.
Dorie Clark has run her own successful marketing and consulting business for more than ten years, is a global speaker, has worked with clients around the world -- including Google, Yale University and the National Park Service, and has eight (yep, eight) streams of income. On this Support is Sexy REWIND of our episode with Dorie which originally aired January 2018, she shares her top strategies from Entrepreneurial You to help you "monetize your expertise, create multiple income streams and th
It's nearing the end of 2018 -- what goals do you want to accomplish before the new year and how are you creating space for those goals? In this episode, I talk about crunch time for my book, which is due in December (yikes!), and creative ways of creating space so you can get things done!
When Stephanie Olson became frustrated with the the advertising industry ,she decided to create an agency of her own. We Are Rosie was born, an agency that pairs advertising professionals and executives and their specialized skills with its clients and is one of the industry's fastest growing agencies. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Stephanie shares what she learned about the importance of staying grounded, saying yes and the having the courage to know when to say, "no."
Want to know what I've learned from traveling to five countries over the last five months, hosting a podcast five days a week and writing a book (and all the other things) when it comes to "having it all?" SPOILER: Having it all doesn't mean doing it all. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, I share the mindset, maturity and considerations there are when deciding what's going to pull out in front in your business, where your intention goes and what impact you want to have in the world.
Yvette Gayle is a highly respected, 20+ year veteran of the music industry in New York and Los Angeles, having been an executive for brands like Interscope Geffen Records and managed publicity for artists like Diddy and Mary J. Blige. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast recorded at her home in Johannesburg, South Africa, Yvette shares what it means to leave your high-level job, move your family to another country and start anew as an entrepreneur in South Africa.
On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Inkwell Press CEO Tonya Dalton shares how learning the systems that would help her maximize her productivity not only changed her business but changed her life. Listen as she shares how you can be your most productive, too, and how to know when it's time to make a painful pivot, and allow yourself to grieve throughout that process.
After her first year in business, Monica Shah felt like she had hit rock bottom -- $25,000 in debt, sleeping on friends' couches and confused about why her business wasn't working the way she hoped even though she was working so hard on it. In this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, she shares crucial marketing strategies she had to learn to turn everything around and create the seven-figure business she has today, Revenue Breakthrough.
We don't realize how much what we let into our minds affects our moods, our self image, our actions, and how that manifests in our lives. As an entrepreneur and a creative -- or just as a human being living in this sometimes crazy world -- you have to make sure you stand guard at the doorway of your mind.
One of the things that I am passionate about is community and what you all need to support you in growing your business and growing personally. Now the only way I can get this, is to ask for your feedback. So today I want to talk a little about how feedback can be helpful in your business and why you should embrace it, even if it makes you uncomfortable.
On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Rap Coalition founder Wendy Day shares three things artists need to have in place to succeed in the success industry, why artists need to have business plans and great entertainment attorneys and breaks down the success of superstars like Chance the Rapper and Cardi B.