We All Have One is a podcast that isn’t afraid to discuss the stories we all have - even the really messy ones. From business ideas to overbearing-in-laws to dreams of leaving your uninspiring job, come along for epic stories alongside tangible advice for succeeding and surviving through life's unfiltered moments.
Your host Corri McFadden is recovering business owner, industry pioneer, and mama blogger who has seen it ALL along the way and let’s just say she’s not afraid to share what she’s learned, both experiences to mistakes.
Entrepreneur, working mom and a fashion and lifestyle expert, she pioneered the luxury consignment industry with her company eDrop-Off in 2004. After the birth of her first daughter, Zelda, launched Glitter and Bubbles to share her parenting experiences and create a community for the non-traditional mom. Corri has appeared on The Today Show, Entertainment Tonight, The Steve Harvey Show and starred in her own reality series on VH1, called “House of Consignment". After fifteen years as a self-funded, sole owner of a multi-million dollar company she decided to take a different path and close her business to relocate to the mountains for a creative recharge. Now she is spilling everything she has learned and more, let this serve as the honest business and life gospel that so many need but others are too scared to share!
You can find out more at https://glitterandbubbles.com.
Building (and Maintaining) Relationships: Clients, Friends, & Spouse
In this closing episode of season one, Corri breaks down one of the biggest issues new business owners face: how do you maintain your relationships with the stress of a business on your shoulders? Tune in to learn why you can never communicate too much, why sharing calendars can be a life-saver, and how to get support from friends and family without dumping your stress on them. Corri will be back soon with season two!
Nobody Cares Who You Are: How To Stay Relevant
Launching your business is only half the battle. How do you stay relevant and passionate once you’ve been in business for awhile and have new competitors? On this week’s episode of We All Have One, Corri is here to talk to you about the art of the pitch and how stylish branding will help you stand out from the crowd. Tune in for Corri’s how to guide for keeping your business fresh and on top.
Termination...I Said It The T Word!
Firing people is never fun, but if you have a business, it's inevitable that there will come a day where you have to let someone go. On this week’s episode of We All Have One, Corri guides you step-by-step through the termination process to help give you the confidence to let go of the employees or clients that are sucking the life out of your business.
Toxic Employees: Eliminating The Plague
Just one toxic employee is enough to start a full-on pandemic in your office. In this all new episode of We All Have One, Corri McFadden shares her personal stories of dealing with toxic employees and offers up tips on what to do if you find a malcontent among your staff. Corri wraps things up by offering advice on how to deal with negative online reviews.
Getting Into Bed With Your Landlord: Signing A Commercial Lease
Leasing commercial space is not like renting an apartment. In this week’s episode, Corri gets into all the dirty details of securing the location of your dreams while simultaneously negotiating a good deal and protecting your business from shady landlords. If you’re ready to open your first store, tune in, this episode is for you!
The Invite That Is Never Coming: How To Open Doors & Network
Networking is a lost art in this social media world. Facebook and Instagram may make you feel like you know someone, but the only way to find your ideal customers and colleagues is through old-fashioned networking. On this week’s episode of We All Have One, Corri shares her personal experiences with putting herself out there and gives tips to help you conquer networking events like speaker panels, happy hours, and lunches.
Real & Relevant
I just finished listening to episode #9 and I can’t express enough how insightful this podcast is. Each episode is well thought out and I find myself writing things down that I learned after each one. Small business owner or not, Corri has spot on tips that you can apply to enhance your career. Thank you for your genuine and invaluable advice. I hope that you will continue your podcast for another series!
I don’t know. Kind of basic business advice from someone who seems more interested in her defunct reality show and employees/clients she didn’t like. It’s like this show is one giant subtweet to people who wronged her.
Taking Care of Business, with a side of chic, sparkle, & FUN!
This podcast is money! I just zipped through 2 episodes and have to take a moment to commend Corri for breaking down the fine art of networking and the demystification of it. People’s ability to hold a conversation in person, especially younger professionals, has declined with the rise in social media & technology, enabling people to hide behind a screen.
Her vulnerability through sharing in her own story was absolutely touching. She was genuine, authentic, and funny! I loved how Corri even called out staying out of the drama, as part of the keys to her success. How easy is it, especially with social media, to get dragged into things that don’t lift us, but deplete us?
I lead a team in a large tech company, & look at part of my role as to equip everyone on my team to feel confident, comfortable, & empowered to maintain & hold conversations with anyone. This podcast does just that, and genuinely connects with the listener. I wish I had broken down tactics like this when I was younger!
Thank YOU for being you, and doing what you do 🙏🏼❤️✨