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Great ideas come to many people in the shower, and that was absolutely true for the Founder & CEO of All Girl Shave Club, Jessica Principe.
All Girl Shave Club is a subscription service and online store started in 2016. In the first 12 months, the company had blockbuster growth (surpassing the six-figure mark in sales) and now serves customers in all 50 states and Canada.
What started out as a passion project to transform the chore of shaving into a treat, has become a female-focused shaving and grooming business. Ladies who join the club receive high quality, premium razors, coupled with unique, specialty shaving and body products in the mail every other month.
On today’s show, Jessica talks about her company’s rapid growth, secrets to cash flow, and her best tips for women entrepreneurs while juggling a family.
I’m really realistic about the time that it takes to accomplish things, and that helps me stay motivated.” – Jessica Principe
There’s nothing wrong with starting your business while your working full-time, and you don’t want to quit your job too early when you’re not generating enough income.” – Jessica Principe
It is ok not to get everything done overnight. It is ok to take your time, to make strategic decisions and give yourself time to think through things.” – Jessica Principe
After missing a critical phone call with Nasty Gal and dealing with a boyfriend breakup, Demi Marchese felt a bit lost…but really… it was a new beginning.
Demi decided to start her own little venture by selling vintage “thrasher” shorts in her mom’s kitchen. The endeavor quickly turned into building 12th Tribe, which (three years later) generates over a million dollars in revenue. And guess what? She is only 25 years old!
I face challenges every single day of my life. I think if I’m not facing a challenge, the growth is stunted, there is an issue.” – Demi Marchese
I’ve tried to encompass the tribe into the whole story and really make them feel a part of it, and I think that might be an exciting factor.” – Demi Marchese
You have to just remember that there are always going to be valleys, but there is always going to be a peak at the end of the valley.” – Demi Marchese
My guest today, Mikaila Ulmer, is probably one of the youngest entrepreneurs you’ve ever heard of. When she was just four years old, she was stung not once, but twice, in one week. What happened after the bee sting is nothing short of miraculous.
Mikaila’s parents were determined to take this bee sting experience and turn it into a positive, so they encouraged Mikaila to do some research on bees. And rest, as they say, is history.
Armed with her Great Granny Helen’s lemonade recipe, this 13 year-old CEO (yes, she’s 13) has taken the lemonade world by storm.
This year alone, Me & The Bees Lemonade, has sold over 360,000 bottles of their four flavors of lemonade in 28 states.
She’s been on Shark Tank and is a regular texting friend of Daymond John. Her advice is powerful and timely and I promise, you will forget that you’re listening to a 13 year-old. Her words of advice are simple, yet spot on for what it takes to succeed in today’s market.
You should start small. And that is really important so you know that your customers want the product and that they’re going to go out there and purchase it.” – Mikaila Ulmer
I kind of initially started to get this toy that I wanted, but I decided to keep on going, and that’s how I got to where I am now.” – Mikaila Ulmer
Find your passion or a cause that you can use your company to help save, or to do good as well as make a profit.” – Mikaila Ulmer
How do you make your press pitches stand out? What’s the best approach to making the best impression for your business in the media?
My guest today, Paula Rizzo, has the answers.
Working in the news and television industry for over 20 years, Paula Rizzo is a best-selling author and Emmy award-winning television producer, and entrepreneur. Previously a producer and senior producer for media outlets like Fox News Channel, she has produced health, wellness, and lifestyle segments with a range of top experts, including JJ Virgin, Jillian Michaels, and Deepak Chopra.
Paula now runs her own business working with experts, authors, and entrepreneurs as a media strategist. On today’s show, she gives us some great advice on how to get in front of your target audience through television, video and more.
You first have to be thinking about the audience. Your #1 concern is – what would the audience be interested in?” – Paula Rizzo
When you pitch, really take into mind, ‘why now?’. Why are you pitching this now?” – Paula Rizzo
Celebrate what you have done.” – Paula Rizzo
According to pet care industry research in 2016, health care services for pets was nearly $16 billion dollars and growing.
After her dog had surgery, Dr. Amy Kramer, a physical therapist, saw that what she does with her patients every day would be a great rehab solution for her dog. The physical therapy worked and Amy couldn’t stop thinking about all the vets performing surgery across LA and how those dogs would need her physical therapy treatment. This lead Dr. Kramer to open the doors to Beach Animal Rehabilitation Center (BARC) which works to incorporate rehabilitation techniques so that pets can get well again.
On today’s show, we’ll talk about how Dr. Kramer got started in her now very successful business, her BEST tips for growth, how she deals with employees, her #1 productivity tip, what she thinks about the NBA finals, and more.
I really strive to make sure that my employees are happy and I ask all the time, ‘what can I do to make your job easier for you?’.” – Dr. Amy Kramer
If I don’t get good sleep, no matter what those things are that are going on in my head, I’m not going to do those things well if I’m not well rested.” – Dr. Amy Kramer
Just don’t be afraid to ask for help, because it is out there.” – Dr. Amy Kramer
Last week’s Episode with Julie Deane, Founder and CEO of Cambridge Satchel, was spilling over with entrepreneurial gold and wisdom from a woman who owns every aspect of what it takes to build a multi-million dollar empire.
This week’s Episode (Part 2 of 2), Julie opens up even deeper and reveals how she managed being in “survival mode” trying to keep a company afloat, dissolving a marriage and staying present for two teenage children.
Julie and I talk deeply about feminine energy and how different “energies” are playing a role in a woman’s life – both at home and at work. We also look at what I call “the unconscious emotional triggers” and how this can be a major trap that women fall into.
If I don’t take those opportunities now, they might not come again. They might not come again when I’ve decided, ‘Oh maybe I’m brave enough now.’ So grab it when it comes.” – Julie Deane
I either don’t care about something because it is not important, or I really care about something because it is important. And there isn’t a middle ground.” – Julie Deane
You don’t want to be a business person in all aspects of your life, because actually that becomes deeply unattractive.” – Julie Deane
Grab your earbuds and get ready for one of the most transparent, refreshingly honest (and humorous) interviews you’ll ever listen to. Julie Deane, Founder & CEO of Cambridge Satchel, is funny, witty, clever and clearly quite brilliant.
This is Part One of Two episodes with this dynamo – truly an ALL ACCESS pass into the quick mind and interesting life of this amazing woman.
Julie shows up incredibly raw and transparent as she shares with us how she started her company on less than $1000 and since then, has created the Cambridge Satchel Company with 100 employees and sells her unique handbags in over 120 countries.
Starting as a simple business that would help to make enough money to send her children to private school to avoid her daughter being bullied, Cambridge Satchel Designs are now spotted in the front rows at international fashion weeks and runways. ‘A-list’ stars like Taylor Swift, Alexa Chung, and Lady Gaga love them. Because of her incredible success, Julie was the first woman to win Entrepreneur of the Year for all of Europe, and she has collected the Queen’s Award for Enterprise from Queen Elizabeth herself!
Today’s interview (Part 1) will be about the first seven years of founding and growing The Cambridge Satchel Company from scratch, and evolving it into a $65 million company! Stay tuned for next week’s episode to learn more about Julie’s growth, discoveries, and personal development as an entrepreneur.
When you are the founder, even if you don’t know how things can be done, you still know more about your business than anyone else on the planet.” – Julie Deane
You can go through money so quickly if you fall into that whole thing that goes with having a big ego.” – Julie Deane
You can kill yourself by trying to be perfect.” – Julie Deane
Laura Wasser gets up close and personal with celebs like Kim Kardashian, Angelina Jolie, Gwen Stefani and Jennifer Garner (just to name a few!). Wasser is a celebrity divorce attorney and the founder of the NEW online divorce platform itsovereasy.com.
Laura created ‘it’s over easy’ to change the way people feel about divorce. It’s a platform that makes a challenging process accessible and affordable to everyone.
As the author of the 2013 bestseller, It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way, Laura really believes that by simplifying the divorce process, couples are empowered to take control of their own destiny without having to rely on expensive attorneys.
You have to be open to the idea that you can’t do everything yourself, and that when you are giving help to others then that will come back to you. Take it! Take the help.” – Laura Wasser
Unless you are strong and healthy and feeling good, you cannot do what you need to do for your household, for your family or for your kids. I think it is so good for my boys to see a strong working parent.” – Laura Wasser
As women we are not looked at the same way as men are. For better or for worse, we’re not. So we just have to realize that.” – Laura Wasser
My guest today, Anna Zornosa, knew she had to do something after a disastrous experience in a dressing room that left her in a very compromised position – literally.
Known as a serial entrepreneur, Anna became the founder and CEO of Ruby Ribbon, a social selling shapewear company dedicated to helping women feel good and look good while also offering a great side hustle for income.
I give myself a list so that I can surrender to the doing of the list when there is a lot of noise in my own head about what the next step is.” – Anna Zornosa
I believe that confidence is critical for women in so many different ways.” – Anna Zornosa
How do you create an army that’s able to connect with the customer and offer her personal service? It’s going to have to be a completely different retail channel because no retail channel today can actually do it.” – Anna Zornosa
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