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"Secrets of a Creative Entrepreneur" with Writer, Coach & Entrepreneur Deborah A. Bailey on Women Entrepreneurs Radio™

Show #412

Topic: "Secrets of a Creative Entrepreneur"


Deborah A Bailey (host of Women Entrepreneurs Radio) is also the guest for this episode. Deborah shares her inspiration for the show, what's coming up, and her thoughts about why entrepreneurs have to stop following the crowd if they want to break through the online marketing noise.

Deborah is a writer, coach, author of several fiction and non-fiction books and creator and host of the Women Entrepreneurs Radio™ podcast and founder of Deb Bailey Media. Her bylines have appeared in Baseline magazine, Dailyworth.com, Bankrate.com, More.com, Working World Magazine and CNN.com. She's been a guest on Good Day Street Talk on Channel 5 in NYC, ABC6 TV, Fox News Strategy Room and WFMZ TV as an expert in career transitions and reinvention.

http://dbaileycoach.com
http://www.DebBaileyMedia.com




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"How to Build a Badass Brand" with Entrepreneur, Speaker & Author Pia Silva

Show #407

Topic: "How to Build a Badass Brand"

Entrepreneur, speaker and author Pia Silva is a partner and brand strategist at Worst-of-all Design where they build "Badass Brands without the BS" for 1-3 person service businesses in 1-3 day intensives.

She is a Forbes contributor and has spoken at a host of entrepreneurial organizations including Goldman Sach's 10,000 small businesses, The Chamber of Commerce, Squarespace, and We Work.

Her company was named top "10 Design Firms Lead By Young People That Are Changing the Way We Look at the World" by Complex. Her upcoming book Badass Your Brand: Impatient Entrepreneur’s Guide to Turning Expertise into Profit launched March 16th, 2017.

https://www.badassyourbrand.com/
http://www.piasilva.com
https://www.instagram.com/pialovesyourbiz
https://www.facebook.com/pialovesyourbiz
https://www.facebook.com/pia.wasterval
https://www.linkedin.com/in/pia-silva-86b2723
https://twitter.com/PiaLovesYourBiz 

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"Why Entrepreneurs Need Multiple Streams of Income" with Kerry Heaps on Women Entrepreneurs Radio™

Show #409

Topic: "Why Entrepreneurs Need Multiple Streams of Income"

In this discussion, co-host Kerry Heaps returns for a discussion about why it's important for entrepreneurs to add additional income streams to their businesses.

 Kerry Heaps is the Founder and Publisher of Strictly Marketing Magazine. She is also the host of Strictly Marketing Talk Radio. The magazine has recently spun off an online community for women (and men too) looking to gain more media exposure, Pitch like a B*tch Media.

She owns Knockout Marketing, a Business-to-Business telemarketing and lead generation firm. Her passion is to help other Entrepreneurs with their marketing efforts to continue their dream of running a successful business. http://www.strictlymarketingmagazine.com

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How She Does It: Lise Pape, CEO & Founder of Walk with Path

Lise Pape, an international businesswoman based in London, is a perfect example of bold female entrepreneurship.

Lise’s business, Walk with Path, designs and manufactures assistive technology for people with mobility problems.

In the UK, falls currently account for more than £2.3 billion of National Health Service (NHS) spending each year, making fall prevention an urgent public health priority. One in every three people aged 65+ falls at least once a year, with potentially devastating consequences, including social isolation, reduced quality and life and less independence. For 35-year-old Lise Pape, who has seen her father suffering from Parkinson’s for more than 15 years, issues around mobility and the risk of falling are deeply personal.

Driven by a desire to help her father, and with access to researchers at Imperial College London where she was completing a double Masters in Innovation Design Engineering, Lise started studying the issues of day-to-day life for people with Parkinson…

Composer, Musician & Producer Megan Cavallari on Women Entrepreneurs Radio™

Show #404

Composer, musician, and producer Megan Cavallari has a knack for creating music that industry legend Richard Kraft recently called “amazing and earworm candy.”

From film and television soundtracks to stage musicals to having composed music for the Los Angeles Kings, the award-winning Philadelphia native has managed to land at the top of a her profession (despite the fact that less than 1% of all professional composers are females).

Now Cavallari has been tapped to write and produce the soundtrack, songs, and score for the upcoming animated feature “Jacob Marley” with animator and visual effects director Russ Francis.  That goes along with her Jonathan McHugh-produced opera “The Righteous One: The Irena Sandler Story,” about a WWII hero who saved 2500 children in the Warsaw Ghetto, and her ongoing collaboration with Grammy-nominated pop producer Eric Robinson.

Perhaps Cavallari’s favorite gig is her passion and dedication to ice hockey (she regularly plays left wing in a men’s l…

Why Writing a “Done List” at the End of Each Day Will Multiply Your Productivity

by Priyashaa Ghos 

We are all familiar with making lists, right? We have all made a list (bucket list, grocery list, shopping list and so on) at least once in our lives. By making lists, we can see everything clearly laid out in front of us, making it easier for us to work on those tasks.

The difference about a "done list" is that you construct it at the end of your day. It gives you an overview of how you spent your time during the previous 24 hours.

"Nothing builds self-esteem like accomplishment." - Thomas Carlyle


The process of creating a "done list" is rather simple. Once your day is over, take a piece of paper and write down the important things you have accomplished in that day. That's it. That's the whole process.

Not only is it easy to make a done list, it offers a lot of benefits which can help you in the following ways.

1.    Releases dopamine

Think about what happens when you get a notification on your social media feeds. Dopamine is releas…