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Hosted by The Lifestyle Edit founder, Naomi Mdudu, the podcast is a candid weekly conversation with creative female entrepreneurs. Each episode is a narrative journey of the triumphs, failures and insights from boundary-pushing creative women who have made their mark.
Expect honest conversations about the opportunities and challenges of starting a business and vulnerable accounts of how these founders have recreated a definition of success on their own terms.
For more inspiring stories, head to www.thelifestyleedit.com.
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Hosted by The Lifestyle Edit founder, Naomi Mdudu, the podcast is a candid weekly conversation with creative female entrepreneurs. Each episode is a narrative journey of the triumphs, failures and insights from boundary-pushing creative women who have made their mark.
Expect honest conversations about the opportunities and challenges of starting a business and vulnerable accounts of how these founders have recreated a definition of success on their own terms.
For more inspiring stories, head to www.thelifestyleedit.com.
Our newsletter is brimming with insights and anecdotes that you won’t find anywhere else. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2rVZVzo

    90. Pricing, Money Mindset + Creating Offers That Sell

    90. Pricing, Money Mindset + Creating Offers That Sell

    As anyone who’s run a business with attest, scaling a company isn’t simply down to strategies and tactics. As money coach Whitney Hansen explains, so much of it is working through the limiting money beliefs that keep us stuck; the kind that keep us playing small, afraid to ask for the sale and continuing to undervalue what we have to offer.

    In this episode of the show, Whitney walks us through exactly how she was able to unravel and heal childhood traumas around money so that she could not only get out of debt but also how she was able to educate herself about money in the process and now make a living teaching others what she’s learned.

    On top of providing practical advice like the important metrics to track in your business, how she organises her time using the 80/20 rule, she walks us through how to set revenue goals, healthy money habits to implement to improve your relationship with money and how to reinvest your profits in a way that no only moves your business forward about also feels good.

    Imposter syndrome and beliefs about not having enough skills or not being competent enough to sell your expertise as a service are just a few of the things that came up for her when she got started. She shares how she was able to unravel some of those beliefs so she could increase her pricing and broaden her impact.

    Naomi Mdudu is a speaker, business coach, and the founder of The Lifestyle Edit. She is the creator of the Thrive Mastermind, a 12-month high-level mastermind for service business owners ready to increase their income and impact with more systems and ease, less overwhelm and hustle.


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    • 49 min
    89. Expand Your Income And Impact Through Community Building

    89. Expand Your Income And Impact Through Community Building

    In this episode of the podcast, we're talking to Natalie Hayes, co-founder of the Rising Tide Society and Head of Community at Honeybook, about how to utilise the power of community building to grow both your income and impact.

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    • 59 min
    88. Overcoming Overwhelm, Dreaming Big And Doing The “Inner Work” In Business

    88. Overcoming Overwhelm, Dreaming Big And Doing The “Inner Work” In Business

    88. Overcoming Overwhelm, Dreaming Big And Doing The “Inner Work” In Business by The Lifestyle Edit Podcast

    • 52 min
    87. How She Secured Over $2Million In Brand Sponsorships

    87. How She Secured Over $2Million In Brand Sponsorships

    The process of securing partnerships and brand deals can feel overwhelming.

    Who do you pitch to? How did you get a foot in the door and what do you say when you do? Is there a formula in determining how much capital you need to raise and when you’re starting out, how do you prove to a brand that you’re event or brand is worth investing in.

    These are just some of the questions we posed to Brandice Daniel, CEO of Harlem’s Fashion Row and co-founder of the Great Girlfriends podcast.

    Founded in 2007, Harlem’s Fashion Row began as a passion project, aiming to raise the visibility of multicultural fashion designers.

    Over the years, she has not only secured over $2million in events sponsorships with the likes of Target, Smartwater and Macy’s, she has also generated media partnerships for her events with the likes of the New York Times, Washington Post, Teen Vogue and Forbes.

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    • 27 min
    86. Earn More, Work Less And Get Legally Legit

    86. Earn More, Work Less And Get Legally Legit

    In this episode, we're talking to Sam vander Wielen, a corporate attorney turned entrepreneur who helps creative founders get legally legit by arming them with easy, accessible legal templates and resources.

    This is her third time on the show. Back in episode 25, she shared her personal journey, moving from overworked and unfulfilled in her former life as an attorney to doing what she does now, and she also appeared on episode 36 breaking down everything you need to know about the GDPR rules.

    Here she shares the key things you need to know to build a solid legal foundation for your business and walks us through the systems she's put in place to earn more, while working less.

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    Learn more from Sam
    · Sign up for her free online workshop covering five steps to protect your online business: http://bit.ly/2kqwvfc

    • 1 hr 4 min
    85. How To Intuitively Build A Business On Your Own Terms With Simi Botic

    85. How To Intuitively Build A Business On Your Own Terms With Simi Botic

    In this episode of the show, we're talking to holistic lifestyle and wellness coach, Simi Botic.

    She discusses the moment of clarity that spurred her transition from a legal career to the work she does today. We talk about the power of giving yourself permission to do what's right for you and follow your curiosity. We talk about taking your own pace in business, trusting your instinct, disconnecting our worth from our output and the delicate balancing of motherhood and entrepreneurship.

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    • 58 min

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