Listen and laugh as Lindsay Tia, owner and founder of The Cue and Bravery Brand, starts on her next adventure of podcasting. A true boss babe, she wants to share her entrepreneurial energy and have you come along on the always hustling lifestyle she lives. She'll be bringing other badass people on the podcast to share their experiences and truly just shoot the shit and have a good time.
Sydney Weymouth Talks Social Media Management, Digital Connections, and Current Trends
Sydney Weymouth, Social Media Manager for The Shark Group, discusses current social trends and the perks of being a social media manager. She works with such personalities as Daymond John from ABC’s Shark Tank, Award-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, as well as numerous other brands ranging from skincare to hospitality.
NBC Sports Boston's Kwani Lunis talks her start in Sports Journalism
Kwani Lunis, current Social Media Coordinator for NBC Sports Boston, goes in depth about her extensive background in sports journalism, and being so successful at a young age! She graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and is now taking over Boston's sports journalism scene and stoping in to give us the inside look at her career.
Chatting with Matt Chatham | From Patriots Linebacker to Entrepreneur & Everything in Between
Retired Patriots (and Jets 🤫) Linebacker talks his career in the NFL, his love of food, the transition into entrepreneurship, and provides valuable business insights on this week's episode of #OnCue! Chatham also emphasizes the importance of interdependence and that, "the best things to learn about yourself is all that you don't know."
Jess Callahan Talks How She Got Her Start on Radio and Interviewing Country Artists
Finally back after a busy holiday shopping season, Lindsay has Jess Callahan in the shop to talk about her job at iHeartRadio, working at 101.7 The Bull, and interviewing popular country artists. But first she talks how she got there and the process she had to go through!
Talking with Nashville's Favorite Weather Lady, Danielle Breezy | How she became Chief Meteorologist at WKRN
Lindsay is back and this time she's in Nashville for another episode of #OnCue! She's talking with another inspirational woman about how she got to be Chief Meteorologist at WKRN. Danielle Breezy is a fun-spirited, weather-loving woman who has quite the aspirational career and doesn't plan to stop conquering the weather world anytime soon!
Carina Donoso of Donoso Services | Rising in retail, being a young hustler, and dressing for success
Before she started her own wardrobe consultant business, Carina Donoso was busy grinding daily to work her way up in the retail industry. She talks about how she disrupted the yarn business, how everybody needs to "take a chill pill and knit something," and that dressing for success starts with an organized closet. Together the girls talk about important lessons like failing in order to learn and perfecting the art of "pivoting."