55 episodes

Welcome to EntrepreneurShift. Your by women, for women resource for all things business and marketing, chasing your dreams and staying true to you in a world that constantly asks you to change.

This is a no nonsense space where we can come together to connect around the practical and intangibles that help us show up authentically, build a business we can be proud of... and preserve our sanity as best as possible.

This podcast is for the female entrepreneur in her first 3 years of business who’s over the hustle.

EntrepreneurShift Katie Gootenberg

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 34 Ratings

Welcome to EntrepreneurShift. Your by women, for women resource for all things business and marketing, chasing your dreams and staying true to you in a world that constantly asks you to change.

This is a no nonsense space where we can come together to connect around the practical and intangibles that help us show up authentically, build a business we can be proud of... and preserve our sanity as best as possible.

This podcast is for the female entrepreneur in her first 3 years of business who’s over the hustle.

    From the poverty line to finding her purpose

    From the poverty line to finding her purpose

    How did a teen mom living on the poverty line go from a life destined to mediocrity to building wildly successful businesses working with celebrities and nobility such as Meghan Markle?

    As Jessica Huie puts it, it's all thanks to a few angels and divine ideas that just *popped* into her head.

    • 28 min
    Listen up: Kristian Gist's mission to share black-owned & woman-owned businesses' stories

    Listen up: Kristian Gist's mission to share black-owned & woman-owned businesses' stories

    Join one of the pod’s real life besties, Kristian Gist of Kristian Gist Creative, as we go deep and not just discuss the ins and outs of building a business, but also Kristian’s intentionality behind building a business that services black-owned and women-owned businesses.

    In a world that so often tells women they can’t - and especially women of color - Kristian opens up about where her gumption comes from and how she’s instilling the lessons she’s learned from her business as she raises her son.

    • 29 min
    Putting our money where our mouth is: How to monetize your voice today

    Putting our money where our mouth is: How to monetize your voice today

    You obviously know what podcasts are because you’re here, but have you ever heard of private podcasts? Embarrassing as it may sound, I didn’t really know what that meant until this conversion…

    In this week’s episode we're joined by Nora Sudduth, co-founder of Hello Audio as she breaks down what private podcasts are and how you can monetize your existing content through them today.

    • 32 min
    Move over Law of Attraction...Introducing The Rest of The Universal Laws

    Move over Law of Attraction...Introducing The Rest of The Universal Laws

    Join transformational life and business coach, Michelle Boule, as she shares what the Universal Laws are and how they can help us create a life of success and the realization of our full potential.

    • 26 min
    Lights, camera, podcasts! Leveraging podcasts to grow your audience

    Lights, camera, podcasts! Leveraging podcasts to grow your audience

    Today we’re joined by a momma who might literally have been born into the wrong place and time. Join us as we talk to Urban Bloom Boutique’s creator, Amela Shabich, about her journey to create a podcast-focused PR agency in a country where people don’t really know about, let alone listen to podcasts.

    In the episode, Amela shares the power that podcast guesting has to help build your authority and credibility, as well as her free resources to both master your podcast pitch and how to be a great podcast guest.

    Beyond that, Amela shares her own journey to create her agency all the way from Bosnia, despite predominately serving American and Australian clients. 

    • 21 min
    Taking (in)action and how it leads to your most creative ideas

    Taking (in)action and how it leads to your most creative ideas

    Today we’re joined by authorpreneur, Jinny Uppal, of “In/Action: Rethinking the Path to Results” as she talks about her research into the creative impact that comes from taking a break.

    Like most of us, the pandemic forced a self-reckoning on Jinnny which led to a realization that throughout her life, before every big pivot came an invisible moment of pause and reflection. So as she went out to answer the question of “What drives fabulous progress” the obvious answer was the downtime in between.

    And that’s what led her down this rabbit hole and journey. Her book is backed by historical anecdotes, neuroscience and interviews with top businessmen to show that while the concept feels extremely counterintuitive, it’s this strategic inaction that leads to creative ideas and the renewed vigor to implement them.

    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

Michelle Boulé ,

Powerful Women

So grateful that Katie is sharing wisdom from women to help other women. Much needed. Thank you!!

Jinny Uppal ,

easy conversations with practical and inspiring insights

Katie has a great set of conversations with women leaders of diverse backgrounds and life experiences. It makes for a well rounded set of easy to listen conversations on the life of an entrpreneur and the many ways to be successful without the hustle!

Trevor Oldham ,

Awesome!

One of my new fav podcasts!

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