8 episodes

The “How I Made It Happen” podcast hosted by Elizabeth Ogabi, founder of For Working Ladies, speaks to phenomenal women who have gone through it all and are willing to share their stories of guts, glories and failures.Every episode will bring you lessons from female founders, innovators and movement makers on what it takes to create a successful career or grow a business. Expect honest, raw conversations, coupled with practical advice.For more inspiring content visit http://www.forworkingladies.com to read advice, stories and tips from likeminded women.
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How I Made It Happen For Working Ladies Network

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 23 Ratings

The “How I Made It Happen” podcast hosted by Elizabeth Ogabi, founder of For Working Ladies, speaks to phenomenal women who have gone through it all and are willing to share their stories of guts, glories and failures.Every episode will bring you lessons from female founders, innovators and movement makers on what it takes to create a successful career or grow a business. Expect honest, raw conversations, coupled with practical advice.For more inspiring content visit http://www.forworkingladies.com to read advice, stories and tips from likeminded women.
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    7: Nafisa & Selina Bakkar, Co-founders of Amaliah.com: On using your brand voice and ac

    7: Nafisa & Selina Bakkar, Co-founders of Amaliah.com: On using your brand voice and ac

    A conversation with Nafisa & Selina Bakkar.
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    • 57 min
    6: Charlotte Williams, Founder of SevenSix Agency: On pivoting as a freelancer to founding a marketing agency

    6: Charlotte Williams, Founder of SevenSix Agency: On pivoting as a freelancer to founding a marketing agency

    A conversation with Charlotte Williams, founder of Seven Six Agency.
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    • 41 min
    5: Nikki and Leah, Co-founders of OHNE: On getting investors to invest in women focused products.

    5: Nikki and Leah, Co-founders of OHNE: On getting investors to invest in women focused products.

    A conversation with Nikki Michelsen and Leah Remfry-Peploe, co-founders of OHNE.
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    • 43 min
    4: Chloé Adelia Watts, founder of chloédigital: On the power of email lists

    4: Chloé Adelia Watts, founder of chloédigital: On the power of email lists

    A conversation with Chloé Adelia Watts.
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    • 35 min
    3: Victoria Prew, Co-founder & CEO of Hurr Collective: On being a non tech founder, gaining traction and sustainable fashion.

    3: Victoria Prew, Co-founder & CEO of Hurr Collective: On being a non tech founder, gaining traction and sustainable fashion.

    A conversation with Victoria Prew, Co-founder & CEO of Hurr Collective.
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    • 28 min
    2: Sarah Akwisombe, founder of No Bull School: On creating an online business school

    2: Sarah Akwisombe, founder of No Bull School: On creating an online business school

    A conversation with Sarah Akwismbe, founder of The No Bull Business School
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    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Your Granma ,

Pow

Direct, unapologetic and full of great take aways, I love this podcast.

NikNatOla ,

Like a cup of coffee to get you going in the morning!

A phenomenal podcast. So nice to get right up in the business of people who have MADE THINGS HAPPEN! Comforting to know that they’ve all faced challenges but also inspiring to learn how they persevered. Make sure you tune in!!!

Spekks ,

Short, sharp

Really enjoying this series! The episodes are succinct and packed with real nuggets of information rather than padded out with loads of chit-chat. As a founder, I am really busy and, while I love podcasts, I don’t have time for all the filler waffle: Elizabeth cuts through all that, and gets straight to the point, exactly what you want from a business podcast. Great mix of guests so far (I'm 5 episodes in), I can’t wait to hear more this series!

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