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A podcast for fempreneurs / women entrepreneurs / women business owners who are creating their own way of living, working and making cool sh*t happen. Hosted by women entrepreneurs Gretchen DeVault and Tera Wozniak Qualls.
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Welcome to episode 1 of the Queer Divorce Club! In this special edition, Tera's partner takes on the role of interviewer as they delve into Tera's personal journey through divorce, coming out, and her current state of being. The conversation explores the intricacies of Tera's divorce, the emotional challenges encountered along the way, and the ongo…
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The Queer Divorce Club Podcast is a one-of-a-kind podcast created by and for the LGBTQIA+ Divorce Community. Join us as we embark on a transformative journey together, navigating the intricacies of queer divorce with the guidance of guest experts and individuals who generously share their own stories. Hosted by Tera Wozniak Stortz, the founder of t…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Dr. Tamara Pizzoli, owner and sole writer of independent publishing house, The English Schoolhouse, about how she built the boutique publishing house. She has penned over fifteen children’s books, connecting with professional fine artists to include the most amazing illustrations in each book. This…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, Gretchen and Tera talk with Tameka Ramsey, founder of T Ramsey & Associates. Tameka is an entrepreneur, consultant, community organizer, problem solver and so much more. Honestly, it’s hard to capture in a brief statement what a bad ass Tameka is! Listen to this episode to get a sense of what she does, why she …
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, Gretchen and Tera talk with Ary, the Badass Budget Babe and Virtual CFO. Ary tells about her journey toward loving finance and budgeting, and gives tips on her can go from business budgeting to badass business budgeting. This episode is chocked full of tips and tricks you don’t want to miss. Business Budgeting …
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, Gretchen and Tera talk with entrepreneur Kathy Terry, co-founder of P. Terry’s Burger Stand and founder of In Lieu. Kathy talks she founded a business built on giving after being inspired by giving her and her husband were able to do through their restaurant business. A Business Built on Giving Episode Highligh…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Sage Ke’alohilani Quiamno and Aparna Rae about the organization they founded, Future for Us, and the work they are doing to help companies grow and recruit womxn of color. Through Future for Us, Sage and Arpana are building an intentional community for womxn of color to build careers and life’s the…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Lindsay White about leaving a corporate career to make music full time and how that journey brought her to starting Lady Brain Collective, a supportive and collaborative group of local women pursuing careers in the arts. Lindsay shares tips on making a career as an independent artist, and supplemen…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Robin Schorr about her bold move from an accomplished career as a film producer to pursue her deepest passion -- music. Two years into her second act, Robin has already had her music placed on MTV and Free Form. She is proof that it is never too late to follow your heart! Episode Highlights: A bit …
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Mar Yvette, an LA-based lifestyle writer, editor, on-air host and founder of the online platform Homegirl Talk. Mar talks about the platform she built and the importance of creating a space for women of all walks of life to keep it real and share stories, struggles and successes. Homegirl Talk Epis…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Jasmine Jia founder of La La Tours, a private tour company in Los Angeles about the art of being a good guide, the importance of curiosity and listening, and her passion for travel. Running a Tour Company Episode Highlights: What Jasmine has learned running her own business: Takes one passionate tr…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Ashima Saigal, founder of Database Sherpa, about her unique approach to consulting and how she harnesses the power of a sherpa approach to guide clients through change. A Sherpa Approach to Business Episode Highlights: Change is scary, Ashima’s sherpa approach is there to help clients tackle their …
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with entrepreneur Amy Rasdal about how she leaned out and started her own consulting business. Amy shares tips and tricks on how to build your own consulting business from her own experience and from her own trainings for women looking to lean out and stay home with their children. Launching a Consultin…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Susan Hyatt about how you can take yourself further as a business owner by defeating self-sabotage through self-love, body positivity, finding what gives you pleasure, and quitting things that deprive you of that pleasure. Susan shares tips and techniques from her own experience and her new book BA…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we look back at the last 100 episodes and how the amazing women we have talked to on the podcast are leaning out. We talk about some of our greatest lessons and most influentials moments. Together we run through our 10 most listened to episodes and talk about the women we have interviewed who are out there maki…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Jill Salzman about her company The Founding Moms. Jill is an expert in building a business and making it work as a mom. We talk about how you can become a badass founding mom and chat about what it takes to be a mom entrepreneur. Badass Founding Moms Episode Highlights: Systemizing makes everything…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Erica Cerulo and Claire Mazur talk about building a business with a friend. Erica and Claire talk about their successful online store, Of A Kind, and their recently released book Work Wife: The Power of Female Friendship to Drive Successful Businesses. We discuss the many different ways partnering …
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Holly Gillen, professional videographer and owner of HollyGStudios, about how you can create video content to grow your business. Holly teaches entrepreneurs and small businesses how to create the best content for their videos and how to make each video look professional. If you’ve ever thought abo…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Katrina McGhee, best-selling author, speaker and CEO of Loving on Me about the importance and value of worthiness as an entrepreneur. She shares tips on how you can embrace your confidence, understand your worthiness, and grow our businesses exponentially by using our greatest skills to master our …
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Hansni Thadhani about how she created and grew Strand Boards from a surfboard shower in her own home to an international company surfboard showers and more custom surf decor online. Creating and Growing Strand Boards Episode Highlights: Strong relationships starts with strong customer service and a…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Leah Madden, founder and managing director of Greenprint Growth Partners, about how she helps companies maximize value beyond the launch phase and find the right funding strategies to match with their growth plans. Funding Your Business Beyond the Launch Phase Episode Highlights: All companies shou…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Intuitive Consultant Jenna Gessay about her practice and understanding and connecting with your own intuition. Jenna discusses how intuition describes the language of your soul and how entrepreneurs can use their intuition to build and grow their businesses in the right direction. Connecting with Y…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Leah Komaiko brand storyteller and author of 20 bestselling books for children, about how she found her way into the corporate world as a consultant among a family of artists. She also shares how she built her business helping brands (companies and individuals) find their story. In the episode, Lea…
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Lisa Q. Fetterman, founder and CEO of Nomiku, about how she paired her love for amazing food and high-tech manufacturing to bring Nomiku to life. Lisa shares her adventures with Kickstarter; the story about how she has grown her sous vide aficionado business into a home staple; and gives advice to …
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Robin Stewart, founder and co-owner of Rip Fix about how she took a family recipe and turned it into a must-have product for athletes around the world. Robin discusses how she started and grew the company and how she manages it today as a passive income stream. From Family Recipe to Passive Income …
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we have a frank discussion about money with financial coach Lynne Somerman. We talk about the challenges (and anxiety) entrepreneurs face when it comes to finances like forecasting, revenue versus profit, cash flow, budgeting and paying yourself. Lynne offers great tips for getting your money on track for your …
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, Gretchen and Tera talk with Racheal Kay Albers, founder and creative director of RKA ink, a branding, web design, and digital marketing studio. Rachael talks about how she got her business started and her effing hilarious video series, Awkward Marketing, a business comedy show blending fun size small business a…
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In this interview we talk with Tasha Booth about how she went from touring musical theatre performer to CEO of her own business support services business. Tasha shares some of the lessons she has learned from the growth of her business, some amazing tips on how to keep a virtual team motivated, and pointers on how solopreneurs can recognize when it…
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In this episode, Gretchen DeVault and Tera Wozniak Qualls talk with Charlene Trinh about how she turned a two decade career in Wealth Management into a leadership practice developing conscious leaders through mindfulness, intention, and wellness. Conscious Leadership Episode Highlights: Conscious Leadership: Bringing one’s whole self to a leadershi…
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In this week’s episode, we talk with Chaya Milchtein about starting her blog – The Mechanic Shop Femme – which has certainly become much more than just a blog. Chaya now offers automotive classes and consultation services, and automotive career coaching. The blog covers automotive topics as well as plus-size fashion and LGBT lifestyle. Through her …
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In this episode of Lean the F*ck Out, we talk with Brooke Sprowl about how she is growing a therapy practice in Los Angeles, My LA Therapy, and her upcoming book: Why You Should Date Emotionally Unavailable Men: Use Your Unhealthy Relationships to Transform Yourself and Your Love Life. Growing a Therapy Practice Episode Highlights: When Brooke’s th…
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This week on Lean the F*ck Out we talk with plus size fashion designer, stylist, and entrepreneur Rachel Kacenjar. Rachel discussed how she sold her business Re/Dress after purchasing it from a colleague and running it for almost a decade. Selling Your Business Episode Highlights: Go into all employee hires with good boundaries in mind; there is a …
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This week on Lean the F*ck Out, we talked with Lesly Simmons about how she went from running her own business to taking a gig back in corporate. Lesly talks about the difference between working for herself and working at a corporation, and how she has been able to utilize her entrepreneurial mindset in her new role. Episode Highlights: Bonuses for …
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In this episode, we talk with Magalie Rene´ about how she went moved from Public Relations into a creative business, and then finally into coaching fempreneurs on finding their own shine. Magalie shares great tips on overcoming fears and taking the leap to find a career where you shine. Episode Highlights: Are you a hummingbird or a jackhammer? htt…
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This week we talk with Linda Otterbridge, founder of Hook a Sista Up and purveyor of connections between women business owners. HASU is a membership based sisterhood, movement and platform for women entrepreneurs who share a common goal. “Entrepreneurship.” HASU brings women together to share valuable experiences and resources that help each other …
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This week we talk with Carly Cylinder, owner of Flour LA, Inc, author of The Flower Chef and host of The Flower Kitchen. Carly shares how she started her business out of her small apartment and how she’s grown it to a bicoastal, full-service studio. She shares what it was like to publish her best-selling book The Flower Chef and talks about her sho…
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This week we talk with Callee Ackland, US Navy veteran turned eco-entrepreneur and founder of Bestowed Essentials, podcaster, zero waste activist and van dweller. Callee shares how and why she started Bestowed Essentials and bringing the business on the road with her. She also talks about life traveling the country in a van. Callee talks zero waste…
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This week we talk with Susie Trujillo, Founder & Chief Strategist at STRUC, a strategy consultancy building brand positioning and marketing programs for growth-stage companies. We talk about common mistakes businesses make when it comes to marketing, where to start with your marketing efforts and how to market when your business is scaling up and a…
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This week we talk with entrepreneur Rosie Cruz CEO of Cruz Multimedia Productions LLC, the Founder of The Actor’s Conference and Co-Creator of HUSH The Series. She shares her entrepreneurial journey and her experiences finding community through founding The Actor’s Conference. She also talks about how HUSH The Series was created. Episode Highlights…
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This week we talk with podcaster and TV writer Elizabeth Laime about all things podcasting including her bad ass podcast Totally Laime. We dive into the logistics of podcasting, how the medium has changed and how podcasting has impacted her career trajectory. Elizabeth also shares her experiences in TV writing for the shows I’m Sorry and NBC’s The …
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This week we talk with founder and CEO of the GLYD travel app, Monika Bhasin. She shares her deeply personal journey of loss, finding love and acceptance from within, and connecting the world through travel. Monika talks about how she came up with the concept of the GLYD travel app and the process to build and launch the app. She also talks about b…
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This week on Lean the F*ck Out we talk with Jenna Arcidiacono owner and chef of Amore, an authentic Italian restaurant in Grand Rapids, Mich. Jenna is an accomplished chef and Amore has won Best New Restaurant 2011, Grand Rapids Magazine; Restaurant of the Year 2012, Grand Rapids American Culinary Federation; Best European 2012, Grand Rapids Magazi…
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This week we talk with globally traveling photographer, new author, and all the time psychic, intuitive, empath Mira Zaki about her entrepreneurial journey. Mira talks about how she helps heal and empower through her camera. She also shares her travel experiences, including a recent tour with Pearl Jam. Mira talks about the influence intuition has …
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This week we talk with Adriana Vázquez Ortiz, CEO and Co-founder of Lilu about launching a healthcare startup and creating a product that improves breastfeeding. Adriana talks about how and why she started the company, the research and development process, understanding your customers’ needs, pitching and getting funded. She also talks about the im…
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Trigger Warning: This episode contains discussion of sexual assault and domestic violence, including stories of actual events Giugi’s clients have experienced. In this episode, we talk with attorney Giugi Carminati about her experiences starting her own law firm which represents women, people of color, and members of the LGBTQ community. Her law fi…
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This week we talk with Alison Mountford, founder of Ends + Stems about her meal planning business that helps reduce household food waste. We talk about her entrepreneurial journey and what led her to open Ends + Stems and how the business is evolving. Alison shares tips on how she’s grown her customer base and how she retains them. She also talks a…
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In this episode, we talk with Susan Norris. Susan is a leader and coach who describes herself as “The Unbalanced Force” to combat organizational inertia (a nod to Newton’s first theory). Susan shares some amazing tips on how to escape this inertia and move toward innovation in your company. She also talks about how to use your skills as a fempreneu…
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In this episode we talk with Brianna Carney about her move from Amazon to starting her own company, Crewbloom. Through Crewbloom, Brianna has built a robust outsource business with a workforce in the Philippines. Throughout the episode, she talks about how she built her business and offers tips to business owners on how to scale up through outsourc…
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This week we talk with International Business Development Coach and Speaker Mel McSherry about prioritizing your profits and slashing stress. We also dive into time management, weekly goal boards, to do lists, and establishing boundaries. Get your notepad ready! Mel predominantly works with women business owners who are exhausted and overwhelmed by…
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We talk with Jen Proctor, Founder & CEO of Cultivated Entertainment about Navigating the Pressures of Entrepreneurship. Jen certainly knows high pressure. She runs a full-service talent consulting firm in Los Angeles and has worked with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. Jen talks about leading with compassion, a mantra that f…
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