This show explores how entrepreneurs are remixing their businesses in a shifting social climate in order to work and live in ways that align with their values, activate their effort, and amplify their impact.
Community First w/ Corbett Barr
Corbett Barr is founder/CEO of Fizzle, which offers video training and community for digital creators and entrepreneurs. He has been self employed on the Internet since 2005, earning a living from blogging, podcasting, online courses, memberships, SaaS and more. Corbett recently completed a full digital reboot, deleting countless blog posts, social media posts and accounts, in order to refocus and reevaluate his digital self.
Bringing Inclusion into Beauty w/ Erica Courdae
In this episode, I’m talking with beauty entrepreneur, podcaster, and DEI coach & consultant Erica Courdae on what it means to ALWAYS do business through the lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion. She’s sharing what she’s learned on her journey in multiple roles in the beauty industry, how it’s impacted her as a business owner, and what you can do to shift to a message of inclusivity in YOUR business practices.
Building a Values-Driven Brand w/Jen Kem
Building your brand is just as important as scaling your business. That’s why my guest this week, CEO of the Master Brand Institute Jennifer “Jen” Kem, is so passionate about helping experts and entrepreneurs get seen, heard, and paid MORE online and offline by developing their brand. In this episode, Jen’s diving into the difference between a business and a brand, what it means to be values-driven, as well as her TOP TIPS to intentionally create a desirable brand and grow your business.
Unpacking Permission to Offend w/ Rachel Luna
You can (and should!) stand up for your beliefs and values without apologies. My guest this week, Rachel Luna, is diving into this idea and giving YOU permission to offend when you speak your truths. Rachel is a Certified Master Coach, speaker, and host of the podcast “Permission To Offend.” On this episode, Rachel shares her journey to discovering her identity, what it means to hold separate truths, and why you NEED to stop worrying about offending others when you stand up for your beliefs.
Rachel Hollis, Leadership and What We’re Actually Doing
In this episode, I’m bringing you a conversation about what Rachel Hollis got wrong with her video and nonapology, how this applies to leadership, what lessons I want you to take away from this to become a better leader yourself, and the 3 things we need to do to truly make change.
Giving Power Back to the Community w/ Niki Okuk
What would happen if we gave workers the opportunity to own the companies they work for, and encouraged businesses to reinvest profits in their communities? On this episode, South Los Angeles entrepreneur and cooperative business advocate Niki Okuk is sharing her insight on some of the barriers that underrepresented groups face in trying to raise themselves up, the growing opportunities for cooperative business models, and why aligning your values will help you to achieve your goals.
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I’ve been looking for someone who could provide guidance and inspiration to help me revamp how I do business. So grateful for the grounded, deep wisdom and inspiring conversations that happen in the podcast. If you’re a business owner who cares about doing business equitably and responsibly, and you’re not learning from Trudi, you’re missing out.