Bitch, I Quit breaks down professional development challenges we all face, debunks myths that may be holding you back and empowers listeners through resolutions and round table discussions with real life bosses! The podcast is based off of the method written in the book, BYOB Revolt: a self help / career advancement guide to be your own boss. The phrase "B*tch, I Quit!" is Jennifer's way of telling everyone she's fed up with the status quo. What exactly did she quit? She quit living in a box. She quit wearing professional costumes. She quit following the tired rules of the professional world. And she quit apologizing for it! (Still slips up from time to time, we're all a work in progress!)
To learn more about Bitch, I Quit and BYOB Revolt visit: revoltcareernetwork.com
We've Saved You A Seat At Our Table feat. Michael Fitta,
BONUS EPISODE ALERT!
Jennifer has a seat for you at the Fitta Family Table! In this bonus episode, Jennifer welcomes her cousin, Michael Fitta to the roundtable. Since writing and launching the new program “Intentionally Excel” Jennifer has been on a intuition kick. In a week of immense gratitude, Jennifer knew Michael would be an awesome bonus guest this season.
After 25 years as a successful makeup artist, Michael has now embarked on a journey of passion that has actually been 40 years in the making: Tarot and Oracle card work (among other healing practices). He uses Tarot and Oracle cards as a way to guide people to living their fullest and happiest life. In addition to serving as a cartomancer and intuitive reader, Michael is a certified Reiki and Integrated Energy Therapy practitioner. He lives in Lowell, Massachusetts with his husband Scott and their two wonderful cats, Quentin Beale and Josette Marie.
Follow Michael on Instagram: instagram.com/michaelspirit333
He can be reached for appointments or more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Combats Competition feat. Jessy Grossman, Founder of WIIM
This week we are challenging ourselves in areas of gratitude. Jennifer breaks down three specific areas that she is grateful for on her professional journey in 2020. Top of that list is community. So this week, we’ve asked Jessy Grossman, CEO of WIIM to join the roundtable. Jessy Grossman founded Women in Influencer Marketing also known as WIIM. It is an exclusive networking group for women who are making a name for themselves in the world of influencer marketing. The group is made up of ad agencies, public relations firms, media companies, influencer networks, talent agencies, and brands. The concept is to network with like-minded women, share information to make our work stronger, and create a group of leaders within the industry.
To learn more about WIIM: https://iamwiim.com/
To listen to Jessy’s Podcast: https://iamwiim.com/podcast/
Inspiring Innovation and Impact feat. Rachel Rodgers, CEO of Hello7
Innovation is not limited to invention and technology. Today we discuss how Jennifer got innovative with tracking her “why” in 2020 with a new method called “Intentionally Excel” and it’s place in her documentation. When then roundtable with the CEO of Hello7, Rachel Rodgers. She is a thought leader in the entrepreneur space
As an intellectual property lawyer and a business coach she’s spent the last seven years working with NY Times bestselling authors, tech startups, coaches, consultants, doctors, accountants. Her mission is to help women entrepreneurs scale their business from $100,000 to a million and more.
Her new book We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman’s Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economic Power is available for pre-order and bound to be a best seller on every list!
Learn More about Hello7: https://helloseven.co/
Follow Hello7: https://www.instagram.com/hello7co/
Follow Rachel: https://www.instagram.com/rachrodgersesq/
Let's Talk Toxic Habits feat. Mory Fontanez, CEO of 822 Group
Let’s start with a personal rant and then we’ll shift to the professional! We’ve got some MAJOR world news to unpack, so let’s do it together. On the career conversation: We are so busy discussing toxic work environments that we often forget to look in the mirror and analyze toxic habits we’ve created that play a part in the cycle. Today we are analyzing toxic habits, how to identify them, how to to put in the work to eliminate them and how to hold ourselves accountable when they resurface using the tools necessary. Today, we are joined by renowned Purpose Coach and the CEO of 822 Group Mory Fontanez to discuss toxic habits in the workplace. After a successful career in corporate America, a critical truth became clear to Mory — many companies operate without a true sense of purpose because their leaders do not understand their own higher purpose. Mory works with clients to re-connect them to their higher purpose and thereby reveals the boundless opportunity they’ve been seeking. She has developed a distinct method to reconnect leaders with their higher purpose, creating vital and intuitive organizations that can weather any storm.
Learn more about Mory: www.822group.com Follow her on Instagram: instagram.com/moryfontanez
Take Pride In Your Partnerships feat. Myca Williamson & Vanna Keomisy
BYOB Revolt has recently become The Revolt Career Network and today we have members of the team on the podcast to discuss the importance of partnerships. We tend to look at the term partnerships in both a figurative and literal sense for both ourselves and the business as a whole. Myca Williamson, our Director of Strategic Partnerships and Vanna Keomisy, our Marketing Director have incredible insight in our value system and share their perspective. We close this episode with another "Bitch, I Can't" segment that is relatable and worthy of a listen!
To connect with members of the Revolt Career Network visit: revoltcareernetwork.com
Persuasion Has A Purpose feat. Jason Harris, Author of The Soulful Art of Persuasion
There's something about the word persuasion that makes your skin crawl. Right? Today, we're going to rant about why that is and how to fix it. Because the truth is: you need persuasion for career advancement. Jason Harris, CEO of Mekanism and Author of The Soulful Art of Persuasion joins the roundtable with his take on the issue.
His book is a revolutionary guide to becoming a master influencer in an age of distrust through the cultivation of character-building habits that are essential to both personal growth and sustained business success. This isn’t a book full of tips and life-hacks. Instead, The Soulful Art of Persuasion will develop the habits that others want to be influenced by. This book is based on a radical idea: Persuasion isn’t about facts and argument. It’s all about personal character.
To learn more about Jason: