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Weekly show where my featured guests and I explore the financial and business challenges women face on the entrepreneurial journey to success. You'll hear them talk about the money side of their businesses in ways you've always wanted to know about, but wouldn't dare ask. They openly share their disappointments, failures, successes, and everything in-between as they grew sales ranging from 6 to 9 figures. Knowing where your business stands financially helps you make critical decisions with confidence. It's simply the best way to be sure you grow a business that fuels the life you want to live.

Her CEO Journey™: The Business Finance Podcast for Mission-Driven Women Entrepreneurs Christina Sjahli

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 177 Ratings

Weekly show where my featured guests and I explore the financial and business challenges women face on the entrepreneurial journey to success. You'll hear them talk about the money side of their businesses in ways you've always wanted to know about, but wouldn't dare ask. They openly share their disappointments, failures, successes, and everything in-between as they grew sales ranging from 6 to 9 figures. Knowing where your business stands financially helps you make critical decisions with confidence. It's simply the best way to be sure you grow a business that fuels the life you want to live.

    "Let's #QuitSingleUse" - The Journey of Maria McDonald

    "Let's #QuitSingleUse" - The Journey of Maria McDonald

    How can a business be both profitable and a force of positive change in the world? Most entrepreneurs think they need to choose one or the other. But this isn’t true! More and more businesses are seeing the possibility of doing both at the same time, without sacrificing profit for impact.
    One vital area of environmental impact is plastic waste. We produce 300 million tons of plastic waste every year, and 14 million tons end up in our oceans. 

    In this episode, Maria McDonald from United By Blue dives into how environmental impact is at the core of their business model. She talks about their one-for-one model, the Quit Single Use policy, and vendor and manufacturer agreements. Maria imparts her journey and shares the possibility of businesses changing the world one less plastic at a time.

    If you want to learn how you can balance profitability and environmental impact for your business, tune in to this episode now!

    3 reasons why you should listen to the full episode:
    Understand how a business can be profitable without compromising their environmental impact. Learn how your business for good can reduce plastic waste.Realize how environmental impact can be the heart and soul of your business model.Episode Highlights
    [02:11] Maria’s Journey to United By Blue [05:29] How United By Blue Works[10:44] How Pricing Works in the Fashion Industry [14:42] The Quit Single Use Pledge  [20:57] United By Blue’s Experience with Cutting Out Plastic [27:30] Sustainability and the Supply Chain[31:30] The Difficulties of No Single-Use Plastics  [33:52] Brand Partners and Sustainability [40:34] How Sustainability Works with Finance[46:16] United By Blue’s Cleanups[49:56] A Future Without PlasticResources
    United By Blue: Website | Facebook | Instagram  Connect with Maria: LinkedInConnect with Christina Sjahli: LinkedIn Profit Reimagined: LinkedInEnjoyed This Podcast?
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    • 52 min
    Life Without Plastic: Is it Possible? - The Journey of Chantal Plamondon

    Life Without Plastic: Is it Possible? - The Journey of Chantal Plamondon

    Is life without plastic really possible? With all kinds of plastics integrated into our daily lives, it’s impossible to never use plastic. So many people think living a plastic-free life rests on our individual shoulders, but what we really need is collective change. 
    If we can’t rely on just our individual efforts, where should we start?
    In this episode, Chantal Plamondon shares her journey of founding Life Without Plastics, offering alternative products to plastic. She uses her platform not only to offer products but also to educate her audience on how to reduce plastic consumption and exposure. Chantal also shares practical tips on how you can start creating a life without plastic and find ways to be better.

    If you are looking for a way to reduce your plastic waste and consumption, this episode is for you!

    3 reasons why you should listen to the full episode:
    Learn the negative impact of our heavy reliance on plastic items.Understand the common misconception about living a plastic-free life. Discover ways to reduce both plastic consumption and exposure in your everyday life. Episode Highlights
    [01:40] Why Chantal Launched Life Without Plastic[04:02] The Purpose of Life Without Plastic[10:00] How to Be Better [13:13] The Common Misconception About a Plastic-Free Life[16:43] Recommendations to Reduce Plastic Consumption[19:06] Small Steps to a Plastic-Free Life [23:05] Life Without Plastic’s Business and BCorp CertificationEnjoyed This Podcast?
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    • 27 min
    "I fell in love with the problem" - The Journey of Anie Rouleau

    "I fell in love with the problem" - The Journey of Anie Rouleau

    Many entrepreneurs believe building a profitable business is not possible without harming the environment. This is simply untrue. There is a way to create profit while also actively reducing your plastic, water, and carbon footprint. You can contribute by educating your consumers about more sustainable ways of living.
    In this episode, Anie Rouleau shares her journey as the CEO of Unscented Co. She founded a profitable home and body care business that protects the environment. Anie uses her company as a force for good. She is continuously redefining the notion of cleanliness to sustain a more eco-conscious lifestyle. All the while, Anie educates other business owners on how to reduce their environmental footprint. She believes that they can still grow their profit by using mission-driven financial strategies. Listen as Anie tackles how sustainability and profitability can co-exist in business.
    If you are looking for a way to turn your company into a more eco-conscious organization, this episode is for you!

    3 reasons why you should listen to the full episode:
    Discover how you can create profit for your business in an environmentally sustainable way.Understand how a good business model affects the sustainability of a mission-driven business.Learn about the different ways you can reduce your plastic, water, and carbon footprints.Episode Highlights
    [03:35] How Anie Started Her Journey in Pursuing Environmental Awareness[09:36] The Products that Started Unscented Co.[12:32] Going 100% Plastic Free[15:11] What’s in the Pipeline for Unscented Co.[18:18] Understanding Business Finances to Control Growth[20:45] Creating a Sustainable and Profitable Business Model[27:09] Reducing the Business’ Carbon Footprint29:24] How to Start Living a More Sustainable LifeEnjoyed This Podcast?
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    • 32 min
    Someone Somewhere: Breaking the Cycle of Poverty - The Journey of Fatima Alvarez

    Someone Somewhere: Breaking the Cycle of Poverty - The Journey of Fatima Alvarez

    Rural communities have a simple way of life. Many people living here focus on creating a better life for their families and community. However, they lack opportunities to gain financial stability and move to big cities to support their families. Fortunately, we can change this narrative. Businesses like Someone Somewhere work to create an economic, cultural and social impact on indigenous communities that strive to grow.

    In this episode, Fatima Alvarez, the co-founder and Chief Impact Officer of Someone Somewhere, joins us to talk about making an impact in different communities. We explore their business model and how it teaches artisans to improve their craft and lead an organization. Fatima tells the story of empowerment, growth and change within the communities as they take control and become leaders of their lives.

    Tune into the conversation to learn more about how business can create opportunities and have a lasting impact on indigenous communities.

    3 reasons why you should listen to the full episode:
    Learn about the four stages for artisans in the Pathway Business ModelFind empowerment as a woman in business to support your family with businessDiscover how you can stay profitable and keep up with the competition while making a social impact.Episode Highlights
    [03:11] The Roots of Someone Somewhere[12:21] The Pathway Business Model[19:49] Leadership in the Artisan Community[25:21] Empowering Women Artisans[32:10] Making a Profit and an Impact[36:50] Keeping Up With The Competitive Market[42:43] Having a Climate Neutral CertificationEnjoyed This Podcast?
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    • 48 min
    Spreading Peace with Chocolate, One Piece at a Time - The Journey of Susan Morrison

    Spreading Peace with Chocolate, One Piece at a Time - The Journey of Susan Morrison

    Peace is something valuable to have in the community. So many people experience having their peaceful lives taken away from them and struggle to rebuild their lives. From war and crime to family and personal matters, our peaceful lives can crumble at any moment. Fortunately, businesses can play a part in promoting peace in the community!
    In the second episode of our Christmas series, Susan Morrison joins us to talk about how their business promotes peace. Peace By Chocolate is a business that values peace and aims to share it with the world. Today, they’re successfully working towards promoting peace. Susan tells the story behind the business and why they want to share their message of peace through chocolates. She shares what they do to give back to the community through their business practices and programs.

    If you want to learn about the value of peace and how you can give back to the community, tune in to this episode!

    And if you are still looking for wholesome holiday presents, you can use the Her CEO Journey exclusive code: “MISSION15“ for a one-time 15% discount on their website. 

    3 reasons why you should listen to the full episode:
    Listen and learn from the story of the Hadhad Family and why peace is vital for every person or community.Discover how purpose-oriented branding can make products stand out among others.Find out how you can give the gift of peace this Christmas seasonEpisode Highlights
    [02:40] Susan’s Journey Into the Food Industry[05:30] The Story of the Hadhad Family[08:33] Rebuilding the Business Piece by “Peace”[12:08] What Makes Peace By Chocolate Stand Out [13:39] The Community Behind the Business[17:42] Giving the Gift of Peace this Holiday SeasonEnjoyed This Podcast?
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    • 22 min
    Lighting Up the World - The Journey of Seungah Jeong

    Lighting Up the World - The Journey of Seungah Jeong

    Do you think a business can be both profitable and a force of positive change in the world? The answer is a resounding yes — you don't have to sacrifice profit or impact. Entrepreneurs worldwide have innovative ideas and products that meet the needs of different communities. However, businesses still need to keep an eye on your finances. Balancing profitability and making an impact is a challenging role you need to play.
    In this episode, Seungah Jeong dives into how she kept the heart of the company while making a profit as the president and CEO of MPOWERD. She shares her journey and tells the stories of how their business has benefited over 3 million people worldwide. Join us as Seungah talks about the mission driving MPOWERD and the business model that makes it all possible to be a business for profit and for good.

    If you want to learn more about how you can make an impact with a profitable business, tune in to this episode now!

    3 reasons why you should listen to the full episode:
    Learn the importance of getting to know and adapting to the people you want to help.Find out how business and innovation can solve the world's problems.Discover the power of the consumers and help outside the business to stay profitableEpisode Highlights
    [03:01] Seungah’s Journey with MPOWERD[08:30] MPOWERD's Mission[17:46] The Impact of Business and the Consumers[25:09] Empowering Change[32:04] The Future of MPOWERD and Innovation[34:46] Educating and Inspiring the Next Generation[36:57] Keeping the Business Impactful and ProfitableResources
    Use discount code “HERCEO” for a 20% discount on MPOWERDMPOWERD websiteMPOWERD Give Luci Donation ProgramMPOWERD Products:Luci Solar Bike Light SetLuci 44” Solar String LightBuild-Your-Own Luci KitLuci ColorLuci Base LanternLuci CandleViri Rechargeable BatteriesConnect with Seungah: LinkedInConnect with Christina Sjahli: LinkedIn Find out about Profit Reimagined: LinkedIn | Website Enjoyed This Podcast?
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    • 42 min

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