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!
Stop telling yourself that you're too old (or too young) to give your dream a full try! On this episode I share three of the reasons I find that we tell ourselves these lies, and what we're really saying.
On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Melissa Lorenzo-Herve, -- CEO of Pirouette clothing line -- talks about the very real sacrifices of building your business on the side, how to get over the fear of going after your dream and moving beyond the idea of wondering, "what if it fails?".
Destinee Berman has more than a decade of experience working in marketing for companies such as Twitter, P&G and Microsoft, but when she made the shift to entrepreneurship -- and decided to help spiritual teachers learn how to take their work online -- Destinee knew she had found her calling. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Destinee shares the common marketing mistakes spiritual teachers make, how to nurture your audience pre-launch and why discounts are not an option.
Charlotte Pearce is founder and CEO of the innovative company, InkPact, which blends the personal touch of handwritten notes with technology that allows you to reach out and delight customers, clients and contacts at scale. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Charlotte talks about how she blended the personal touch with technology, the importance of surprise and delight for your customers, how to create a win-win-win and how pushing yourself just two millimeters more can lead to your succes
On this episode of the Support of the Sexy, Sabena talks about taking risks, transitions into entrepreneurship and getting clear on your marketing and messaging.
Fear will have you forget your greatness. Don't allow it. Surround yourself with people who remind you of the light that exists inside of you -- and who push you to shine bright, always. Shine bright, always.
Toria Frederick owns her own marketing consulting firm and has a culinary business for kids with her 10-year-old son, called Step Stool Chef. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, we discuss nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit in your children, how to do what YOU'RE good at (and let go of the rest) and why Toria decided to start her business in the midst of a crisis.
Mansi Singhal is the co-founder of the AI-driven asset management firm, qplum, which provides holistic financial planning and positions itself as "AI-powered investing with human-powered support." Mansi is the co-founder of qplum, which today has more than $55 million under management. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, we discuss making brave decisions, shaking up your industry, what we need to know about AI and our the future of the workforce, and why women must be financially independe
EBONY GOLDEN, founder and CEO of Betty's Daughter Arts Collaborative, LLC, remembers the breakthrough moment for her business, when she aligned with a major arts and culture organization and the position it put her in to be able to place generosity at the center of her own business. Here Ebony talks about how generosity can be a game changer in your business, how to lean into new experiences even when you're afraid and why you should never say "yes" at the negotiation table.
From babysitting to hair braiding -- Seattle native Benir Pierre always loved the idea of making her own money. Although quiet as a little girl, Benir began to fully show up when she went away to college at Howard. Today, as an Intuitive Coach, Benir teaches other women how to show up, find their voice and embrace abundance.
Everything happens for a reason. In the thick of it, this may be hard to see. Here's how to reflect, connect the dots and move forward with new intention.
Author Tola Okogwu shares how she and her husband made sacrifices that allowed them both to do work they love, and how her love of writing led her to her purpose: creating children’s books that feature diverse characters and storylines.
Art Steele is the president of her own law firm, Law Office of Art Steele, host of the popular podcast, Legal-EASE for Entrepreneurs and she gets to be of service to entrepreneurs and small business owners who need her support. Listen as she talks about the three people you must have on your list as an entrepreneur and why legal advice is crucial from the very start of your business, plus the candid truth about how it's not easy to leave the "big job" and be an entrepreneur.
Want to know how to get those multi-million dollar contracts? For DC Media Connection President and CEO Angel Livas, collaboration is key, especially for women-owned businesses. On this episode of Support is Sexy, Angel shares insightful advice for why you should consider working with government agencies and how you need to prep your business to make sure you're ready to go when the opportunities (and the RFPs) become available.
Marketing specialist Cloris Kylie has news for you: There's much more to being an influencer than how many followers you have. In fact, Cloris teaches her clients how to connect with influencers -- which may be even more impactful for your business -- rather than figure out how to be one. Learn the three mistakes entrepreneurs commonly make when reaching out to influencers and smart tips for ways you can show up to support them and their audiences.