Have you ever been in the “purgatory of the mundane”? That place in life where things are neither good or bad, fulfilling or disappointing. Today's guest Lisa Bilyeu spent eight years there, before going from housewife to co-founder of the billion dollar brand, Quest Nutrition.
Be honest: Do you respect your own time? If you aspire to live a purposeful and fulfilling life, you have to be intentional with how you spend your time. Or better yet: be RUTHLESS with it like Vicky Tsai, today's guest and founder of Tatcha, a luxury skincare line.
With how easy it is to shop online, it's no wonder people say “brick-and-mortar is dying”. But nothing beats trying on an outfit at your favorite store and posing with confidence in the mirror, right? Morning Lavender CEO Kim Le Pham opened her boutique & café with you in mind.
Happy International Women's Day 2020! Today I'm sharing the top women who inspire me, with an exercise called the Personal Inspirations Map. Because people are our mirrors, this exercise helps reveal the qualities that you want to cultivate in yourself.
“No one shops online.” Today, that sentence sounds ridiculous – some of us only shop online. But back when Jane Lu was just starting her entrepreneurship journey, that sentence resulted in the failure of her first business venture. Almost a decade later, Jane is the self-proclaimed “Lazy CEO” and founder of Showpo, Australia's fastest growing online fashion retailer.
“It's your responsibility to teach people how to treat you.” When you learn to say no more often, you teach others that you have boundaries. And the best part? They'll usually respect you for it. Erin Falconer is a digital entrepreneur and author of How to Get Sh*t Done, a book on self improvement and female empowerment.
The beauty and skincare industry thrives on “more”: buy more products, put more on your skin, and – if they don't work – use them more often. Today's guest is Liah Yoo, a beauty influencer and CEO of KraveBeauty: a skincare brand that sells “less”. Through her YouTube channel and business, Liah wants to #PressReset on the skincare industry, promoting transparency, education, and confidence through healthy skin.
“It’s amazing to work for yourself, but it’s not fun to work by yourself.” Today’s guest, Dani Nagel, takes female entrepreneurship to the next level. She started her graphic design career at 19, with companies like Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie. Now she’s created Dazey, a community and brand empowering female entrepreneurs to create beautiful content.