65 episodes

We're making women great again... even though we were already great! Join Care and Suz each week as we interview lady bosses from all shapes and sizes of companies, from creative entrepreneurs to corporate CEOs; from a budding small business to large corporations. We ask women about their struggles & their achievements, navigating a world where feminine energy is often underappreciated, and how they find balance in the world of business.

The Next Tuesday Podcast The Next Tuesday Podcast

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We're making women great again... even though we were already great! Join Care and Suz each week as we interview lady bosses from all shapes and sizes of companies, from creative entrepreneurs to corporate CEOs; from a budding small business to large corporations. We ask women about their struggles & their achievements, navigating a world where feminine energy is often underappreciated, and how they find balance in the world of business.

    065: Breaking with tradition to transcend limitations w/Christina Dick, Founder of TFB Agency

    065: Breaking with tradition to transcend limitations w/Christina Dick, Founder of TFB Agency

    If you're in need of some inspiration, this is your episode! We're chatting with Christina Dick, Founder of the Public Relations Agency: Tiramisu for Breakfast and Adjunct Professor of Advertising at VCU. Christina's positive energy and plethora of #truthbombs will make you feel like you can tackle everything on your to-do list.
    This conversation is full of magic like the power of being underestimated and sliding in under the radar, the frustrations of feeling limited within a role and the freedom and creativity that emerges when creating your own rules in your own business, framing all experiences as opportunities to learn and grow, and highlighting the positives of social media. Christina shares her biggest fears jumping into entrepreneurship and the gifts and surprises that have come from being her own boss. 
    We learn why it's important to "obsess over your customers and not your competitors", that "everyone you meet knows something you don't", and that "you can always lose something you have, but you can never lose something you are". Christina shares her down to earth approach on business and encourages us to consider our intention behind every action and interaction. Tune in now!
    FIND CHRISTINA:
    Website: www.tiramisuforbreakfast.com
    Social Media: @tiramisuforbreakfastagency
    FIND US:
    Website: www.nexttuesdaypodcast.com
    Social Media: @nexttuespodcast
    Email: nexttuespodcast@gmail.com
    Patreon: www.patreon.com/nexttuespodcast

    • 53 min
    064: How to increase your profitability and efficiency w/Maria Pahuja, Founder of Vayas Consulting

    064: How to increase your profitability and efficiency w/Maria Pahuja, Founder of Vayas Consulting

    This week we're inspired to consider what we can do better in our businesses as we speak with Maria Pahuja, Founder of Vayas Consulting. Maria is an Operations Consultant with impressive experience creating organization out of start up chaos.
    While operational management may not be the first priority on an entrepreneurs to-dos, we hear how it is essential for one's profitability, efficiency, and long term goals. Maria defines operational excellence, while reminding us that done is always better than perfect. Rather than becoming overwhelmed with strategy, we learn how to simplify, hold ourselves accountable, over communicate, and create a process we can stick with. 
    Additionally, we get the behind the scenes intel of what it was like to work for big name magazines as Maria sheds some light on her days in Public Relations in NYC pre-operations and we hear how it's so much easier to run a business than to be a Mom. We get real about our purpose, felt pressures, and figuring out how to make choices that are best for ourselves. Tune in now!
    FIND MARIA:
    Website: www.vayas.co
    Social Media: @vayasconsulting
    FIND US:
    Website: www.nexttuesdaypodcast.com
    Social Media: @nexttuespodcast
    Email: nexttuespodcast@gmail.com
    Patreon: www.patreon.com/nexttuespodcast
     

    • 52 min
    063: How to redefine your life to invoke your passion w/Theodora Miller, Abstract Artist

    063: How to redefine your life to invoke your passion w/Theodora Miller, Abstract Artist

    When is it that we take inventory of our lives and decide how we're living? There's no better time than now as we speak with Theodora Miller, who has reclaimed her passion as an Abstract Artist after two decades successfully navigating the financial services world.
    This week we dive into conversation about designing the life we want to live and not putting our desires on hold because of X or for Y amount of time. Theodora invites us into her quest to examine her purpose, explore her creativity, implement mindfulness exercises, and own her position as an artist. We discuss the pressures to materialistically "succeed" in our society and the inevitable soul sacrifices we sometimes make to achieve external goals, while we acknowledge various seasons of life and assess how to give time back to ourselves.
    Listen as Theodora urges us to embrace our imperfections, make time for the things we love and have the courage to follow our passions, because: why not?! We remember that life is a series of choices and we are empowered to examine what we truly want.
    FIND THEODORA:
    Website: www.theodoramiller.com
    Instagram: @theodoramillerfineart
    FIND US:
    Website: www.nexttuesdaypodcast.com
    Social Media: @nexttuespodcast
    Email: nexttuespodcast@gmail.com
    Patreon: www.patreon.com/nexttuespodcast

    • 51 min
    062: How to reconnect to your joy within your chosen profession w/Dr. Janet West, Founder of RVA Baby

    062: How to reconnect to your joy within your chosen profession w/Dr. Janet West, Founder of RVA Baby

    In this day and age of public systems failing those served, we are fortunate enough to hear from a woman who is creating more light in the medical world. This week we hear from Dr. Janet West, a Richmond, VA pediatrician and the founder of RVA Baby. RVA Baby is a comprehensive holistic newborn care practice designed to support families after they welcome a new baby into their family.
    Having practiced military medicine, worked as a hospitalist, and achieved an MBA with ambitions to run various hospitals, Dr. West speaks to her WHY as to create her own business. We learn it is not only patients frustrated with the current medical system, but most bottom-line run medical offices cheat practitioners out of practicing medicine in the ways that they'd hoped. Rather than leaving the field, Dr. West tells us she thought about what it was about medicine that she loved and pondered how she could make healthcare delivery more family friendly; thus, creating RVA Baby.
    Dr. West walks us through her process to set up her business design, while normalizing newborn challenges for mamas and families. In addition to discussing rates, affordability, self-worth, and defining success, we also learn what holistic care can look like, how natural remedies can solve problems, and what the benefits are of having a pediatrician come to you in your first few months of postpartum. We are both inspired and educated by our conversation with Dr. West and are hopeful more medical doctors will create opportunities to make their practices more patient-friendly!
    FIND DR. JANET WEST:
    Website: www.myrvababy.com
    Instagram: @myrvababy
    Facebook: @rvababy
    FIND US:
    Website: www.nexttuesdaypodcast.com
    Social Media: @nexttuespodcast
    Email: nexttuespodcast@gmail.com
    Patreon: www.patreon.com/nexttuespodcast
     

    • 54 min
    061: A conversation on making space for womxn w/Ali Greenberg, Founder of The Broad + Brand Strategist

    061: A conversation on making space for womxn w/Ali Greenberg, Founder of The Broad + Brand Strategist

    Another week, another woman. We are joined this week by the inspirational Ali Greenberg, Founder of The Broad and Brand Strategist. Within a year, Ali envisioned and launched the Richmond, VA workspace and social club for womxn and gender minorities creating community, diverse conversation, and connections with the goal to be exclusively inclusive.
    Ali is transparent regarding her experience as a solo business founder and invites us into her thoughtful journey to create collaboratively with and for her community. This episode is as packed with business gems as it is with context for the necessity of creating space and opportunities for womxn and minorities. Ali shares her personal experience managing risk emotionally, when to outsource, how to create and sustain momentum when building a business, and the process that quickly transforms an idea into reality; while, simultaneously introducing us to the history of women's spaces and the current climate of Richmond's Art District where The Broad is located. 
    Ali pushes us to acknowledge the importance of becoming comfortable with the uncomfortable conversations regarding race, segregation, and gender disparities to move the city and its economy forward. We consider the difference between being progressive versus being inclusive with regard to the distinction between "RVA" and "Richmond". We discuss how we might create communities without becoming "charismatic cult leaders", and so much more! Tune in now to learn more about Ali's change driving entrepreneurial tactics and what's ahead for The Broad and Richmond, VA.
    FIND ALI + THE BROAD:
    Website: www.wethebroad.com
    Social Media: @wethebroad
    FIND US:
    Website: www.nexttuesdaypodcast.com
    Social Media: @nexttuespodcast
    Email: nexttuespodcast@gmail.com
    Patreon: www.patreon.com/nexttuespodcast
     

    • 1 hr 1 min
    060: Doulas are for Everyone - w/Katie Painter, Doula, Childbirth Educator, + Prenatal Fitness Guru

    060: Doulas are for Everyone - w/Katie Painter, Doula, Childbirth Educator, + Prenatal Fitness Guru

    This week we welcome Katie Painter, doula, childbirth educator, and prenatal fitness guru to debunk all things birth-related. Katie shares her personal and business transformation from being a non-stop fitness professional to embracing motherhood and transitioning her business to empower women to honor their bodies pre, during and post-pregnancy. 
    In this episode, we learn that birth does not have to be scary (especially if we stay away from the black hole that is the internet). We learn what a doula is and how they are for anyone who wants one regardless of their birth preferences. Katie informs us on the difference between pain and suffering and reframes the way in which we view pain.
    On the biz side, Katie shares what it's like to make childbirth education and doula-ing her business, why passion is essential in her field of work, and how to establish and maintain personal and professional boundaries. This is a woman who is here to lift you up and who shares she's made a "conscious decision to NOT be another person telling you you're not good enough." Tune in now!
    FIND KATIE:
    Website: www.katiepainterfitness.com
    Social Media: @katiepainterfit
    Facebook: Katie Painter Fitness
    FIND US:
    Website: www.nexttuesdaypodcast.com
    Social Media: @nexttuespodcast
    Email: nexttuespodcast@gmail.com
    Patreon: www.patreon.com/nexttuespodcast
     
     
     

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