Interview – Danielle Welch

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Danielle Welch is the owner of Bridge Consulting & Design, LLC a website design and social media marketing company that works specifically with small businesses. Having come from a family of small business owners, Danielle has always been attracted to helping small businesses grow and thrive through marketing & advertising. With over 5 years of experience as a marketing consultant, in 2018 Danielle decided to take everything she had learned in her career and start her own small business. Within 3 months she was able to replace her full time income and in her 9th month of business she reached her first 5 figure month of revenue! Danielle is married and runs another successful business with her husband mentoring and coaching individuals in developing cash flow assets outside of their full time jobs so they can pursue their dreams and lifestyle goals. She also has two little girls, 3 and 3 months who are the reason and why behind everything she does in both of her businesses!

You can reach out to Danielle at the following links…
IG: @bridgeconsultingdesign
FB: /bridgeconsultingdesign

You have to do it YOUR way

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When you start a business there is SO. MUCH. NOISE.

Everyone has the “magic bullet…” to:

  • Make 6-figures in 90 days
  • Become a Social Influencer
  • Magnetize high paying clients

And it’s loud.

Here’s the deal, friend. You have to do it YOUR way. What works for you. For your business. Your goals. Your family. Your bandwidth.

This week’s podcast is all about throwing out what “they” say – and building the business of YOUR dreams (not theirs…)

Interview – Sara Clark Williams

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Founder and CEO of Fab Fempreneurs, Sara Clark-Williams took the leap from her corporate job as an Organizational Development Consultant in 2008, growing two highly profitable businesses within 5 years. Through her Fab 4 Formula℠, annual Fab Fempreneur Fest conference, and her “roll-up-your-sleeves” coaching style, Sara specializes in leading female entrepreneurs to make more money, make a bigger impact, and have more fun- that place she calls your “Sweet Spot”. When she is not doing business, you will find her hiking local trails, training for half marathons, supporting animal welfare organizations, sipping scotch, or finding the best burgers in San Diego, with her husband Chris.


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Balance and Time Management

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It’s so often that people ask me:

  • How do you get it all done?
  • How do you balance all of the things?
  • How do you manage everything you have going on?

This week’s takes a left turn from sales and tackles entrepreneurship – and the crazy schedule that it can bring (especially when growing a business alongside a full time job).

Spoiler alert, dear friend – I am NOT a one woman team.

There is a VILLAGE that makes this thing work – and I walk you through how to manage my life, my time, my family and my full time job on today’s podcast.

Interview – Stephanie Zamora Schilling

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Stephanie has been supporting entrepreneurs in the Kansas City area for the last 10 years. The experience and expertise she gained while working for two nonprofit organizations; KCSourceLink and the Ennovation Center Business Incubator positioned her to understand the needs and constraints of a very special population, parent entrepreneurs.

Stephanie is the executive director of SymbioBiz, a nonprofit business incubator that assists in helping parent entrepreneurs build successful businesses while finding work/life balance. SymbioBiz provides a flexible place for parents to run part-time businesses, one on one coaching and group classes.

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