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Ivy Slater interviews gutsy business women as they share their success journey.

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    • 4.9 • 19 Ratings

Ivy Slater interviews gutsy business women as they share their success journey.

    Success is an Inward Journey

    Success is an Inward Journey

    This week Ivy Slater, host of Her Success Story, chats with her guest, Amilya Antonetti. The two talk about embracing resistance and change for the betterment of self and business, the pain involved in true growth, and how we can condition ourselves for full awareness and sustainable success. She tells us, “Your emotions can only live for 90 seconds unless you feed them.”


    In this episode, we discuss:
     
    How her career started, and has led her to become the successful leader she is today
     What challenges she has overcome along the way, and the obstacles that she most often sees women in business have to face 
    Why she sees such benefit in having to start so young, and when the market caught up to meet her where she was
    Why parts of you must die in order to become your future self
    What kinds of businesses Amilya has been involved in, and where her secret sauce lies
    What a behaviorist does, and why they tend to come with an ouch factor
    How Amilya defines introvert and extrovert, and how this relates to energy and self-care
    What most surprises her about the human experience, and how we can condition ourselves for sustainable success
    A valuable tip for staying present and being your best self on a daily basis
     
    According to the 2022 Gallup and McKinsey & Co. reports, companies face an $8.8 trillion "people problem." Amilya Antonetti is one of the world's most sought-after Human Behavior and Strategic Advisor experts. She is leading the "People First Initiative," and for the first time, her IP discovers, measures, and trains soft skill development in real-time taking results all the way to the balance sheet.


    Amilya has deep behavioral knowledge and "in the trenches" experience with 6 successful exits while leading 53,000 employees of her own. Amilya speaks from experience as an active CEO. She has worked shoulder-to-shoulder with some of our greatest CEOs, People Officers, and Global advisors to bring "real-time" knowledge and solutions to her audiences.
     
    Amilya addresses real problems facing C-Suite and HR executives, such as the "MANAGER SQUEEZE," which majorly impacts companies across industries. She discusses the drastic changes in our workforce, from Quiet Quitting to Coffee Badging, and how these "people problems" have real-time measurable solutions. Her vast knowledge of business, leadership, technology, systems, and behavioral processes mesmerizes audiences. She gets them to think deeper and take action by introducing what has been missing in measuring organizations and what addressing the "whole employee" looks like from an in-depth perspective.
     
    She has built or advised on over $2 Billion in sales for companies and high-profile clients such as Snider Fleet, Mass Mutual, Steve Harvey, Alliance Financial Group, RISD School District, Mike Tyson, Listerine Strips, Sharper Image, Cold Stone Creamery, George Foreman Grill, Data Doctor, and more as companies and leadership face some of the toughest challenges of their careers.
     
    She has appeared as a regular business and behavior expert across channels from FOX News, CNBC, BBC, and Livestream/Podcasts. She is a familiar face in Daytime with her quick behavior games, tips, and communication starters in empowering people to heal and reunite families, relationships, and communities. You have seen her on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Steve Harvey Show, Dr. Phil, Positively America, CBS This Morning, and more.

    Website: https://amilya.com/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmilyaAntonetti
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amilya_antonetti/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amilya/
    Twitter: https://x.com/amilya

    • 26 min
    Channeling Grief into Genius

    Channeling Grief into Genius

    This week Ivy Slater, host of Her Success Story, chats with her guest, Andrea Wilson Woods. The two talk about the importance of tapping into your zone of genius, surrounding yourself with the right people, and the impact being made by Blue Faery for liver cancer patients and doctors alike.


    In this episode, we discuss:
    How channeling grief was the catalyst that led her to begin a nonprofit 
    The mission of Blue Faery, and where they are today
    What challenges and obstacles she faced in building, and how long it took to gain traction
    What transformation made a big difference in the impact that Blue Faery makes
    Why it’s so important to tap into your zone of genius and surround yourself with the right people
    What has surprised her on her journey as a leader
    What tips she has to share for entrepreneurs who want to make an impact and start a nonprofit organization
     
    Andrea Wilson Woods is a keynote speaker, a writer who loves to tell stories, and a patient advocate who founded the nonprofit Blue Faery: The Adrienne Wilson Liver Cancer Association. Her best-selling and award-winning book, Better Off Bald: A Life in 147 Days, is a medical memoir about raising and losing her sister to liver cancer.

    Website: https://www.bluefaery.org/
    Website: https://www.andreawilsonwoods.com/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bluefaerylivercancer/
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bluefaeryliver/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/blue-faery
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/BlueFaeryLiver
     

    • 20 min
    Navigating Leadership and Legacy 

    Navigating Leadership and Legacy 

    This week Ivy Slater, host of Her Success Story, chats with her guest, KASH ROCHELEAU. The two talk about her story of rising to the top leadership position at Icon Foods, resiliency, growth, and the support systems that fueled her success.
     

    In this episode, we discuss:
    How her journey from being unhappy with her career to becoming a CEO unfolded
    What role her initial expectations of motherhood played in this transition
    How Kash's degree in business influenced her job search
    What led her to apply for the position of executive assistant to the CFO at Icon Foods
    What support systems she found valuable when she began working at Icon Foods, and how they contribute to her rapid career advancement
    How she handled the sudden responsibility of taking over her mentor's role, and what steps she took to ensure her success in the new position
    What motivates her to continually seek new learning opportunities, and how this mindset benefits her in all aspects of life
     
    KASH ROCHELEAU served as the chief financial officer for Icon Foods soon moving into the CEO role (as of May 10, 2024). She oversees the financial operations, reporting, and compliance of these organizations, as well as drives their growth and profitability. She has a strong background in legal matters, such as acquisition negotiation, trademark applications, regulatory compliance, and contract drafting, which enables her to handle complex and diverse transactions and issues. Shecurrently holds an MBA degree from Eastern Washington University, with a focus on accounting and finance, to further enhance her skills and knowledge in this field. In her free time, she loves to be with her family, spend time outdoors, and golf.
     

    • 25 min
    Honoring Memorial Day

    Honoring Memorial Day

    In this episode, Ivy Slater chats with us about the importance of Memorial Day, honoring the men and women who have died in service to this country, the United States. She has strong family ties to this holiday, and implores us all to ask ourselves some questions to multiply our success in business and in life.


    In this episode, we discuss:
    How honoring this holiday ties into Ivy’s core values
    How we can better be present in our lives, family, and business
    Ivy’s suggestions in taking success a step further
    Who she has enormous gratitude for in her family, and the ideals they taught her
    How these values can be carried into the way we do business
     
    Ivy Slater is a professionally certified business coach, speaker, best-selling author and podcast host. After owning and operating a 7-figure printing business, having been in the industry for 20 years, she started Slater Success which focuses on developing great leaders and facilitating business growth and expansion. Ivy holds masterminds and retreats with her private client base and corporate training on communication and strategic planning. She speaks nationwide on the topics of leadership, sustainable growth, relationships and sales.
     
    Best Selling Author of From the Barre to the Boardroom
    Website: https://slatersuccess.com/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivyslater/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/slatersuccesscoaching
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ivyslaterssc/
    Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/slatersuccess/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/SlaterSuccessCC
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ8b1sGnADlpFE2NrqUfToQ?view_as=subscribe
     

    • 7 min
    Our Greatest Wealth is Our Health

    Our Greatest Wealth is Our Health

    This week Ivy Slater, host of Her Success Story, chats with her guest, Dr. Soma Mandal. The two talk about the value she finds in merging eastern and western in her approach to internal medicine, and what women can do and pay attention to in order to be proactive in their health journeys.


    In this episode, we discuss:
    How she entered the world of internal medicine, and how the field has evolved in the 25 years she’s been practicing
    What value she finds in merging eastern and western medicine in her approach
    What women can do to be proactive in their heath journeys
    Why it’s so important to take care of yourself first in order to take care of others well
    What challenges and surprises Dr. Mandal has found on her path
    Tips and strategies for a healthier life
     
    Widely regarded as one of America’s top physicians in women’s health, Dr. Soma Mandal is a board-certified internist who has helped thousands of women and reinvent themselves along the way. Earningher MD at New York University School of Medicine, and a prestigious research fellowship at Oxford University in England, Dr. Mandal brings a fresh perspective to the topic of women’s health, skin health and aging.

    Fusing traditional Western medicine with her Eastern roots, Dr. Mandal’s approach combines the best of both worlds, offering a holistic and personalized approach to her patients. She is an author, public speaker and media entrepreneur and has received multiple awards for her work. Her mission is to empower women with the latest knowledge, tools and resources to live the healthiest life possible.
     
    Website: https://www.somamandalmd.com/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrSomaMandal

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/somamandal/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/SomaMd1
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drsomamandalmd/?hl=en
     

    • 17 min
    Empowering Women Leaders

    Empowering Women Leaders

    This week Ivy Slater, host of Her Success Story, chats with her guest, Lisa Caputo. The two talk about the power of the network and the importance of maintaining it, the champions we find in good mentors and allies, and the initiatives that Lisa is heading up for women leaders.


    In this episode, we discuss:
     
    How this impressive career has developed, and the good fortune that landed her in The White House by the age of 28
    What impact has been made on her experience by good mentorship along the way
    The initiatives and work that Lisa stands up for and continues to create for women leaders and upcoming leaders
    Why The Travelers Companies is such a good fit for her, and what they are doing together to provide more opportunities for women to network
    How we should be continuing to forward diversity efforts, and why she emphatically agrees with Alan Schnitzer, who says diversity is a business imperative
    Advice from Lisa to young women in business
     
    Lisa Caputo is a proven business leader and an expert in marketing, digital, customer experience, strategic communications, and public affairs. Lisa joined The Travelers Companies, Inc., a component of the Dow 30, in 2011 and is Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing, Communications and Customer Experience Officer.
     
    Prior to Travelers, Lisa served as the first global corporate Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Global Marketing and Corporate Affairs at Citigroup and was Founder, Chairman and CEO of Citi’s Women & Co, a financial services business for women; Vice President of Global Communications and Synergy for Disney Publishing Worldwide, The Walt Disney Company’s publishing subsidiary; and Vice President of Corporate Communications for the CBS Corporation.
     
    Before her career in the private sector, Lisa spent over a decade in the public sector. She is best known for serving as Deputy Assistant to the President and Press Secretary to First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton at the White House for President Bill Clinton’s first term, where she oversaw the First Lady’s communications operations, was the chief spokesperson for the First Lady and First Family, and served as a counselor to the President and First Lady.
     
    Lisa also serves on the boards of Best Buy Co., Inc., New Visions for Public Schools, the Ad Council, Journey to Lead, and the Creative Coalition.
     
    Social Media Handles:
    LinkedIn - Lisa Caputo
    Twitter - @LisaCaputo

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Tina Larsson ,

Inspiring!!!

If Ivy Slater is not the ultimate success story, I don’t know who is! Great conversations with some amazing guests and successful women. Highly recommend listening in!

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Success

Ivy Slater is the epitome of success. Honesty, straightforward talk and brilliant conversation is what you will find in Her Success Story. Suit up and show up for some great wisdom and fantastic stories.

Susan Harrow ,

Fast and Smart

I love your upbeat, friendly, speedy style in your Carol Cox interview—where you both talked about the importance letting go of attachment to your audience’s response while speaking (and in anything for that matter!) I see why you're the go-to gal for accomplished, creative and innovative women (and a few good men).

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