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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
Lisa Sugar really disliked her job but unlike so many, she did something about it. After starting a personal blog that went viral (we’re talking over 1 million followers in 1 year), Lisa Sugar knew that she was on to something. She ditched her day job and not long after, her husband did too.
Currently, POPSUGAR is now the #1 lifestyle brand for young women, and has just introduced a brand new beauty line.
Saying yes has led to great things.” – Lisa Sugar
Finding people who are really living and breathing that world and bringing them in so that they can be the experts, so that they can shine and share that knowledge, is really important.” – Lisa Sugar
I think it is really important to play nice both to competitors and co-workers who come and go, because you never know what’s going to happen next.” – Lisa Sugar
Last week, I spent time with my family between South Florida visiting my parents and Palm Desert visiting Greg’s parents. It was a busy week of travel, however it gave me the opportunity to read Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg’s new book, “Lean In-Women, Work, And The Will To Lead.”
You would have to be hiding under an enormous rock with no access to any media to miss the frenzy around this book lately. A lot of the frenzy has to do with who Sheryl Sandberg is and the position she holds at Facebook but also the fact that she’s speaking out rather candidly about women at work. There is the argument that it’s easier for Sandberg to manage a family and hold a high powered position at Facebook because she has access financially to the best resources available for childcare. Having said that, Sandberg makes some valid points in this 182 page book that I feel women could benefit from reading. It’s a quick read and if you’re eager to learn some tips on how to better manage your life and business as a woman or your clients are women in the workforce, I highly recommend grabbing your own copy.
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