The Business Bitch Podcast features interviews with real-life entrepreneurs telling the truth of how they made their dreams come true. You'll get motivation, inspiration, and how-to information to start and grow your own business. Great things result when good people like you have money, power, and success through business. Entrepreneurship, here we come!
Scale Your Business Revenue w/ Get Sh!t Done Founder Alex Batdorf
How do you grow your revenue without increasing overhead costs? Or hiring a ton of employees? That's the definition of scaling a business, and 3x entrepreneur Alex Batdorf is here to tell us how to do it, no matter what your business model is. She's been featured on Forbes, Business Insider, Harvard, and Turner Broadcasting, and she's got all the knowledge you need to scale in your business & the important things you need to know when it comes to planning for sustainable scaling to happen.
Self Employed Taxes: Everything You Need to Know with CFO Adam
Self employed taxes can feel like a total headache, and the IRS is one scary entity you DO NOT want to mess with. So how do you navigate paying taxes when you're self employed? How do you save money on taxes? What things can you report as tax expenses, and which expenses are a no- go? In this episode, we're talking to tax and finance expert Adam Knihtila (aka CFO Adam) on everything you need to know about paying taxes as a self-employed person. Adam took the time to answer ALLLLL the questions the Business
Write a Business Book & Grow Your Company
Writing a business book to support your business is one of the best career moves you can make: people take you more seriously, you'll book more speaking gigs, and headhunters may even start coming after you with nice salary offers. In this episode, we talk to Karl Craig-West, author of Smashing Self Employment about the book writing process and how having a book written in his name has helped grow his career. We talk about how to get your book written even if you hate writing or typing, the process of getti
How I Got My LinkedIn Inbox FULL of New Client Leads - No Cold Outreach Required
In September 2020, I started a 90-day LinkedIn experiment to see how I could grow my traction, traction, network, and engagement on the social media platform. I started out not really knowing what I was doing, but by following positive feedback, I figured out how to FILL my inbox with new client leads week after week. (Zero cold, awkward outreach required.)
Content Creation Habits of a $15 Million Entrepreneur
If "Content is Queen" in online business success... how do you treat it that way? How do you manage to *constantly* show up & serve your audience with quality content, especially if you don't have a team of well-paid writers to back you? (And you can't afford said well-paid writers anyway?) How do you get past that catch-22? Katrina Ruth is an entrepreneur who's made well over $15 million in her online businesses, starting with making just $407 from her first ebook that took her nearly two years to publish.
Crowdfunding to Start (or Grow) Your Business - Roy Morejon of Enventys Partners
From an entrepreneur who's helped over 20 clients who've appeared on Shark Tank: Ever thought about crowdfunding for a business idea? In this episode, you get the 101 of everything you need to know and how it all works from Roy Morejon... He's had over 20 clients appear on Shark Tank, he's helped more than 2,000 products come to market, he & his team have helped raise over $300 million, AND he's the host of the award-winning Art of the Kickstart podcast, among other things. In this episode, I ask him questi
Things every business owner should know
Chelsea brings in people that move the needle. They are experts that know what they are talking about, explain it clearly, and most importantly don't take themselves too seriously. If you need advice from professionals that can relate to you outside of their area of expertise, then listen in!
No fluff biz advice
Chelsea is fresh air to the podcast airwaves. There’s value into her curation of guests - her guests know what they’re talking about - she must do like a 100-point investigation into making sure they’re a right fit because no episode misses the mark. This is not her having a show because she loves to hear herself talk… to the core she wants to help listeners take action on their dreams. I love how the advice she has and her guests share is truly actionable. Many biz podcasts are like a college lecture - lofty ideas that are hard to do anything with. After every podcast my list has at least three positive to-dos for the week. Listener for life here!
Big Fan of Chelsea Here!
I always enjoy Chelsea’s work—and like all good work, it’s not for everyone. Subscribe if you can handle honesty and real talk! She won’t let you down.