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Successful entrepreneurs and leaders reveal the mindset shifts they made to become who they are. Hosted by author, coach, entrepreneur and mindset expert, Julia Pimsleur.

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Successful entrepreneurs and leaders reveal the mindset shifts they made to become who they are. Hosted by author, coach, entrepreneur and mindset expert, Julia Pimsleur.

    Be, Do, Have

    Be, Do, Have

    How do you achieve a high-level goal that seems to be so clearly out of reach? To help you push past the limiting belief that you might not be "enough", mindset expert and scaling coach Julia Pimsleur teaches one of the most powerful mindset best-practices: BE, DO, HAVE.

    • 15 min
    Loren Brill of Sweet Loren's - Sweet Mission, Healthy Business

    Loren Brill of Sweet Loren's - Sweet Mission, Healthy Business

    Loren Brill knew she had to change the way she ate. She was 22, she had just graduated college, and she was diagnosed with cancer. Eating healthy helped Loren to beat the cancer, but she found that giving up cookies and other baked goods was one of the hardest parts. Loren took matters literally into her own hands, and created her own gluten free cookie dough recipe. Her cookies were a huge hit with her family and her own marketing department -- her sister. Loren was inspired to set out on a sweet mission: make delicious gluten-free, organic cookies that are a healthy alternative to the preservative filled cookie dough we all grew up with. Her company Sweet Loren’s was way ahead of the clean eating trend. She caught the attention of Whole Foods, who went from "hello' to "yes" in their very first meeting, when her company was still only half-baked. Less than eight years later, Sweet Loren’s is in more than 10,000 supermarkets and is the top selling clean cookie dough. Loren shares her journey with Julia Pimsleur, including how she went from feeling overwhelmed to actually enjoying problem solving; how she learned to see that she and her company are not one and the same; why suffering a personal loss pushed Loren to the next important step in her business; how Loren makes sure she is building a sustainable business; and, the mindset practices Loren has adopted that keep her centered and moving forward.

    • 45 min
    Stephanie Cartin of Socialfly - Positively Social

    Stephanie Cartin of Socialfly - Positively Social

    Stephanie Cartin is co-founder of the digital media agency, Socialfly, one of Inc. 5000’s fastest growing companies, and one of the only women owned, women-led companies in her space. While growing her company and managing a team of 30, Stephanie was also working to bring her first child into the world. She documented her sometimes tragic (and always incredibly brave) journey through IVF and a highly challenging pregnancy in a very public way on social media. Thousands of followers breathed a collective sigh of relief when “Mighty Mollie” as she called her daughter, was born. Hear how Stephanie stayed positive while running her company, tackling health challenges and many weeks of bedrest thanks to her powerful mindset. It seems fitting that her career started thanks to a timeshare at Disney, since Walt Disney is known for the quote: “If you can dream it, you can do it.” Stephanie shares her journey with Julia Pimsleur, including how one conversation can change your life, and why a personal experience is a powerful selling tool; why it is important in business to share who you are with as many people as possible; why sharing her very personal pregnancy journey publicly was so liberating for Stephanie, and why she would never have become, or stayed, pregnant without social media; Stephanie’s belief that everything is somehow, solvable; and, her fierce determination to honor a Disneyland promise.

    • 36 min
    Jennifer Brown - Raising Her Voice for Good

    Jennifer Brown - Raising Her Voice for Good

    For Jennifer Brown it has always been about "voice", from using her voice as a non-profit activist to performing onstage as a professional opera singer, to making sure all voices are heard in the workplace. Through her company Jennifer Brown Consulting and her recent book “How to Be an Inclusive Leader” she is educating employers so their teams can bring their "full selves" to work every day. There is a lot at stake in getting this right! Jennifer joins Julia Pimsleur to share her journey, along with what it was like for Jennifer when she lost her singing voice and how that gave her new purpose; why she sees herself as a "Trojan horse" and how she is using that to make big change; how Jennifer’s voracious learning allowed her to became an expert in her own business; and, why its crucial to understand the difference between diversity and inclusion.

    • 43 min
    Podcast Pioneer Alex Blumberg - The Strength of Vulnerability

    Podcast Pioneer Alex Blumberg - The Strength of Vulnerability

    Alex Blumberg is one of the most celebrated entrepreneurs in podcasting. He worked for 20 years with one of the biggest names in public radio, Ira Glass, helping him to produce NPR’s beloved This American Life. Later, Alex launched Planet Money, the crème de la crème of financial podcasts. His journey to build and fund his own company, Gimlet Media, is carefully and hilariously documented in his ground-breaking podcast Startup. Gimlet now produces dozens of shows, many of them award-winning. And, recently, Spotify acquired Gimlet for $230 million. The super-power Alex has that has made all of this possible? Vulnerability. Alex shares his journey with Julia Pimsleur, including why Alex’s early jobs start helping Russian refugees and teaching middle school science prepared him for a career in podcasting; how Alex discovered and cultivated his signature storytelling style; how avoiding “emotional dishonesty” leads to greater success plus deeper connections; Alex lets us hear the very moment he blundered his way through his very first investment pitch; and, the romantic speedbump that prompted Alex to go all-in on pursuing his dreams.

    • 46 min
    Jean Thompson of Seattle Chocolate Company - When Chocolate Is Your Business

    Jean Thompson of Seattle Chocolate Company - When Chocolate Is Your Business

    At first glance, Jean Thompson didn’t seem to be the likely, or obvious, CEO of a multi-million dollar chocolate company. She spent a big part of her career at Microsoft. And, when she became a mother, stepped out of the workforce for a decade. It took a force of nature -- an earthquake -- that set in motion her next sweet  career, as an investor and then CEO of the Seattle Chocolate Company -- even though few people thought she could do it, including, some days, herself. Jean joins Julia Pimsleur to share her journey and about the compassion and determination she cultivated that allowed her to turn around a once-failing company into a multimillion-dollar success story; the push she gave to the company to make jcoco, a chocolate with a social impact mission that has donated more than 4 million servings of food to those in need; and, the real reason why women love chocolate so much.

    • 35 min

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