If you’re a woman in business or thinking of starting your own business, The Women In Business Radio Show features women just like you.
It’s about shouting out to get the help you need to move to the next stage.
It’s also about giving you a platform to share what you’re doing.
What the show is NOT about. It’s not about being awesome all the time. It’s not about super-women who have raised 16 kids, built a garage and launched yet another multi-million-pound enterprise all before breakfast.
The Women In Business Radio Show is there for you when you’re still in your onesie at 3 in the afternoon; there’s an unpleasant blob of something on your boobs; and, you don’t feel like going out to that networking meeting because you will have to talk to people.
In short – it’s about REAL women in business.
How To Say No and Why You Need To Do It
A heads up! The recording quality in this is beyond bad - But we had such a great team involved that we're just going to publish and be damned.
In the studio today, alongside host Sian Murphy and Co-hosts Laura Lawrence and Jackie Groundsell, are visiting co-host Nina Kristoffersen, Producer, Director and Star of The Billie Holliday Story; Laura and Barry Ash, founders of Rock Solid, Lea Fletcher, a survivor of domestic abuse who is using her experience to help others escape and overcome similar circumstances, and Zeenat Noorani, Wellbeing and Mental Health Coach and Therapist.
We're discussing the problem of saying NO in your life and your business. How we don't say it when we need to, and how to say it in a way that doesn't hurt the other person or your relationship.
Knowing when to say no, and how to say it could be the critical tactic you take away for your business.
From Corporate To Business - Taking The Plunge Over 40
Real-Life Stories Of Women Starting Their Business After 40 Years Of Age
What’s it like to start your first business when you’re in your 40’s?
The Women in Business Radio Show Team, Sian, Laura and Jackie, are joined by guest Suzanne Shaw.
Suzanne is the owner of Kent Trainers Ltd, her business venture after leaving a successful corporate career.
During the show, we hear startup stories explore some of the ups and down’s of starting a business over 40.
Grab a coffee (or a glass of wine), settle down and listen in for some top tips, ideas and, of course a light-hearted and fun discussion.
Sian Murphy hosts the show with co-hosts Laura Lawrence and Jackie Groundsell.
There is more information at https://thewomeninbusinessradioshow.com/
Make Decisions to Change Your Business and Change Your Life.
If things aren't working as you want, it could be about the decisions you're not making.
We welcome Henrietta Cyrille into the studio to talk about just this. Henrietta is a Decision Coach, which is a very different approach. We discuss how useful it is to identify the type of decision-maker you are. One particularly interesting aspect is the discussion about gut instinct vs intuition.
Tune it to hear our decisions can impact so many areas of our business.
Also in the studio where our host, Sian Murphy, co-hosts Laura Lawrence and Jackie Groundsell.
Turning Your Creative Hobby Into A Business
Do you have a hobby? Something you just love doing? Something you can imagine yourself doing as a business? Well so many people have this dream but it languishes doing nothing. If that sounds like you, then you need to listen to this episode and connect with our guest, Anke Herrmann.
Anke did just that, and along the way she learned some great business lessons about business plans, what to do first and how to manage your emotions so they don’t stifle your business.
Tune in to hear her story, some great ideas to help you in your own journey of turning your creating passion into your business.
Our host is Sian Murphy, Co-Host Laura Lawrence and a regular contributor to the show, Jackie Groundsell.
Visit the website for more information at https://thewomeninbusinessradioshow.com/
Start Up Stories and The Importance Of Communities
We're joined in the studio by Adelle Martin, businesswoman and founder of the subscription community and base for her clients in the Women In Business Midlife Club. Alongside her, we introduce Susan Kabani, Founder and CEO of Ugenie.io, the community platform Adelle uses to manage her community.
We hear their startup stories as well as how they built and managed communities; the wins and pitfalls and a few reasons how this differs from running your community in a Facebook or Linkedin Group.
Of course, there are the usual ideas and quick-fire round on business tips.
Join host Sian Murphy, and co-hosts Laura Lawrence and Jackie Groundsell for this lively and informative discussion.
Visit the website for more details and on how to become a guest or sponsor.
Starting and Growing Your Local Business With Lisa Harrison
Starting and growing your own business can be scary. When it's a local business, and you start off with cold calling and a massive printing expense, it can be even scarier!
We welcome Lisa Harrison, founder of Little Book Of Locals, a community magazine built around local business advertising.
We hear about starting out cold calling, how Lisa grew her business and distribution and, of course, some tips for advertising your business.
As our co-host Laura Lawrence also publishes a local magazine, there were some interesting talking points.
Also in the studio where our host, Sian Murphy and Jackie Groundsell.
I am a starting entrepreneur and this podcast is helping me so much - the stories are so real and refreshing. They put me at ease on this journey. Thank you for creating it.