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!
On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Anne Davis, Founder ad CEO of Venture with Impact, shares three reasons why working remotely makes sense (and how to convince your employers of the same), plus, how getting diagnosed with brain cancer saved her and how she changed her health habits (and work habits) following that diagnosis.
On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Kristen Ley -- founder and owner of Thimblepress, which is sold in 1500 stores across the United States -- shares what it takes for you, as a maker, to successfully grow your business, sell your products wholesale, optimize the benefits of retail shows and truly connect with your customers.
During my first week in Prague, I learned a valuable lesson about moving beyond the micro-aggressions we sometimes face as women and people of color, and the empowering idea of making room for your feelings to help you heal, honor yourself and move forward in a healthy way. REMINDER: Make room for your feelings, and remember to get re-centered by doing the things that bring your joy.
On this episode, I share how leveling up my mindset helped me change my life, travel the world, and live my dream -- and how YOU can do the same! PLUS: How to work with me for eight weeks to level up your mindset and get a FREE MINDSET MEDITATION that you can use daily.
Kate Harvie may have survived a terrible car accident that caused her to have a serious brain injury, but her life was forever changed. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Kate — content creator and author of the new book Behave It and Believe It, shares the importance lessons she learned after her traumatic brain injury, five steps for surviving and thriving after any kind trauma, and why she believes that “life doesn’t throw stuff at us, it throws stuff to us.”
On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, in addition to how to build your own winning pack, Gila Kurtz, co-founder and president of Dog is Good, shares with us why discipline is a key to success, the importance of routine and making it non-negotiable, licensing — and how that works in your business and the greatest lesson she learned from her dog (and what I learned from mine!).
Erica McAfee, creator of Sisters in Loss — a community that serves as a safe space for Black women to share their experiences, their grief, or whatever they need to and to get support after the loss of a child -- shares her journey after losing her own child, what some women go through when they have their “rainbow children,” the importance of creating a space for support and what it means to create a business that reflects your personal experience.
On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast we hear from Jes Osrow, co-founder and COO of The Rise Journey, A COMPANY THAT AIMS TO… Jes, who has a human resources background, shares three ways to minimize imposter syndrome, the role humility plays in minimizing your ego, the importance of finding the value in your wins and remembering to celebrate them and what you should consider before leaving your full time job — especially as a woman. (Hint: It’s money.)
On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast — recorded on my balcony while I was in Johannesburg, South Africa, and inspired by the cities enchanting Jacaranda trees — I encourage you to remember look for the color in your life. Whether you’re go through a tough time or you’re feeling a bit stuck in the monotony of your normal routine — staying ware and grateful for the color in your life may shift everything.
The most unlikely person suggested to Tatianna Morales that she figure out how to take her business as a tarot card reader online. Her dad. Tatianna didn't have any issue believing in the possibilities, but she did have to take some time, experiment, try, fail and learn in order to figure out what worked best for and her business, Tatianna Tarot. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast Tatianna shares how more of us need to give ourselves space to figure things out and trust our intuition.
Andie Kramer is a long-time attorney, advocate for women, and co-author of the book, Breaking Through Bias: Communication Techniques for Women to Succeed at Work. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Andie and I dive deep into what gender bias means for us as women, how it affects the way we view ourselves, what women entrepreneurs need to understand about bias, and "benevolent bias" and how it is seductively evil.
What season are you in for your life? Winter, spring, summer, fall? If you're in your spring or summer -- when things are exciting and hot and flowing, know that winter is coming, and that's okay. Don't fight it. On this episode, I share what I learned from psychologist Kongit Farrell about doing the work of winter.
On this episode of the Support is Sexy, recorded in Sofia, Bulgaria, Reebok marketing exec and yoga instructor Kremena Yordanova shares the importance of celebrating your failures, how being a the woman everyone is afraid of at work doesn't make you that much more successful, how yoga helped her soften up and why she embraces a both-and mindset rather than an either-or mindset when it comes to creating the life and doing the work you love.
FindSisterhood founder Ana Pompa Alarcon Rawls shares how solving a pain point for yourself can lead to your calling to serve others, why creating a safe community for women to share their experiences goes way beyond moms talking about tough days with their kids, and how she hopes to connect a world of women who are there to support each other.
Sharing lessons learned while running my very first half marathon while I am here for the month in Cape Town! The experience was surreal for so many reason!