Stories of the grind before the shine, and how you can glow up in your business or career.
Host Lené Green is on a journey to find out what it takes by interviewing boss women and men who are successful in their own right. The Goal Standard Podcast highlights the part that you won't see on social media.
Guests will share the roadblocks, challenges, and struggles that they went through to get where they are today. Hear how Tonya Rapley went from being in debt to creating a growing personal finance business, how Rachel Hill retired at 27,
and how Makaela Richardson created a $2 million subscription business.
Ep. 82 [REWIND] How Chelsea Guarriello grew her dropshipping business from zero to 6 figures in less than a year
This week we're taking it back to episode 50 of The Goal Standard Podcast! We’re talking to Chelsea Guarriello about her journey from trying to figure out what to do, to growing her dropshipping business from zero to six figures in less than a year.
Ep 81.How to make 5-figures as a Virtual Assistant with Iyana Hoskins
If you’ve been daydreaming about handing in your notice for your 9 to 5 and becoming a full-time entrepreneur, this episode is for you. If you’ve been working in your business (either part-time or full-time) and you feel like you can’t do it alone, this episode is for you. AND if you’ve been trying to figure out that business idea and have heard the term Virtual Assistant but not sure what it’s about, this episode is for you.
Ep 80. Black Women and the anxiety of impostor syndrome: Why we get it and how to deal with it
This week I decided to chat with you all about Imposter Syndrome and how it shows up in our lives and businesses especially. Imposter syndrome is something that I’ve dealt with in my previous career, as a wife and in my current business. You would think that because I’ve had so much success, that I’d have it all together but sis that is the furthest thing from true!
Ep 79. How to go from poverty to over six-figures in net worth before 30 - with Ashley Copeland of Stacks and the City
This week I had the pleasure of speaking with Ashley Copeland of Stacks and the City! Ashley is an investor who teaches first-generation working professionals how to make money in the stock and real estate industry.
Ashley grew up in a family with her siblings and her single mother. She never saw her parents have much money and always worried about making sure she had savings to help out if a crisis ever struck.
Her goal now is to help people make investing work for them in a simple way.
Ep 78. How Jessa Glover uses her signature framework to coach strategy and sales in a soulful way
In this week’s episode, we are talking to Jessa Glover, an Intuitive Business Strategist and Coach. Jessa is a 3-time college dropout turned successful entrepreneur, teaching others that it’s okay to go down a different path. Jessa worked her way up the corporate ladder until a corporate layoff led her to start her own business as a virtual assistant.
Jessa pivoted her business after not feeling aligned with her virtual assistant career and decided that coaching was a better fit for her.
Ep 77. Pauleanna Reid shares her journey of leaving college to pursue her dream of becoming a writer
This week we are chatting with Pauleanna Reid, Celebrity Ghostwriter, mentor, and Senior Contributor for Forbes and The Business Insider. Pauleanna has an amazing story and she uses her story of depression, abuse, suicide attempts, and more to help other women through their tough journeys.
Pauleanna not only runs her ghostwriting company, WritersBlok, but she also mentors young women and women in business through her “New Girl On The Block” platform.
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