Posts in The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast

Episode #222 // Kelley Kosow on The Integrity Advantage

November 23rd, 2017 Posted by Podcast, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Episode #222 // Kelley Kosow on The Integrity Advantage”

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Lawyer turned Master Integrative Life Coach, Kelley is a motivational speaker as well as CEO and program and workshop leader of The Ford Institute, a personal development organization that has helped tens of thousands worldwide.
Through life-changing insights, true stories, and proven strategies, Kosow will show you how to live on your own terms from the inside out in her new book, The Integrity Advantage. In this episode we chat about:
+Embracing the totality of who we are
+Moving outside our comfort zone
+Becoming the person we want to be
Kelley and I discuss what integrity means, living our best life, and living alongside fear to be more of who we are in the world.

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Podcast #221 // Francesca Montillo on Italy, Family, and Food

November 21st, 2017 Posted by Podcast, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #221 // Francesca Montillo on Italy, Family, and Food”

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Thank you to Hello Fresh for sponsoring this episode of the Sarah R. Bagley Podcast. We at Hello Fresh want to make cooking more fun so we focus on the whole experience, not just the final plate. We like to think of ourselves as a Farm-To-Box company, because we want everyone to have access to fresh ingredients that inspire great meals. But we don’t stop there. We’re also a Couch-to-Kitchen company, because the best way to kick those 5 p.m. excuses is by feeling unstoppable in the kitchen. We do even more than that. We’re proud to be a Fork-to-Feel-Good company, too, because when you cook and eat delicious and healthy meals, you’ll want to keep doing it again and again. If we could do the dishes for you, we would, but our number one priority is to get you cooking! For $30 off your first week of HelloFresh, visit hellofresh.com and enter bagley30 to take $30 off your first week!

Warning! Listening to this episode on an empty stomach might make you hungry! Today Francesca M0ntillo joins me on the show to talk about food, family, and Italy. Francesca was born and raised for part of her childhood in Italy, which later informed her business, the Lazy Italian, a small company offering week-long culinary tours to Italy as well as private Italian cooking classes either in her clients’ homes or her own home. Additionally, she teaches at several adult education centers in the Boston area, namely in Cambridge, Arlington and Brookline.

Francesca grew up in Southern Italy to avid home cooks and bakers and who have in turn passed on those traditions, and cooking skills to her. In this show, Francesca shares her fond memories of family meals lasting from lunch to dinner, Christmas Eve meals requiring days of preparation, and growing and picking (by hand!) olives from our olive trees to make our yearly supply of olive oil. Her father was a merchant selling local produce, so whatever went unsold on any given day would become dinner, which was always fresh, inventive and in season.
We talk about all things Italian, the value of family and family dinners, cooking, and entrepreneurship.

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Podcast #220 // Jennifer Jordan on Working Motherhood and Breastpumps

November 16th, 2017 Posted by Podcast, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #220 // Jennifer Jordan on Working Motherhood and Breastpumps”

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Aeroflow Breastpumps is a subsidiary of Aeroflow Healthcare, a supplier of durable medical equipment. In 2013, the ACA required insurance companies to cover breastfeeding support like lactation consultants and the cost of a breast pump. On today’s show mom and Director of Aeroflow Mom and Baby, Jennifer Jordan, joins me on the show. Jennifer is passionate about supporting moms returning to work, and in this episode we chat about how the company came to create this division, how to get a pump from Aeroflow, and the challenges with going back to work after baby.

In the past four years, Aeroflow Breastpumps has quickly become the most profitable division at Aeroflow Healthcare. Jennifer also developed a community culture with the Breastpump Specialist that spills over to the customers. It was such a treat to chat with Jennifer, and I’m so excited about the work she does on behalf of mothers.

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Podcast #219 // Heather Dominick on Being Highly Sensitive

November 14th, 2017 Posted by Podcast, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #219 // Heather Dominick on Being Highly Sensitive”

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Heather Dominick is the founder and leader of the Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur® movement. Her teachings demonstrate how highly sensitive traits when used as Strengths, rather than Shadows, can create effective entrepreneurial financial success. Her deep wisdom reaches over 100,000 Highly Sensitive Entrepreneurs around the globe via her website www.businessmiracles.com and various social media channels.
She has helped thousands of HSE®s release lifelong limiting beliefs, overcome fears and learn how to build their business in a way that actually feels so good they can’t help but create solid, sustainable, high level financial success.
In this episode Heather and I chat about the traits of a highly sensitive person, what those traits mean, and how highly sensitive people can turn their shadows into strengths. We also chat about the tools highly sensitives can use to work through challenging situations. This conversation is perfect for anyone who feels different, more sensitive, and is looking for a different way to interact on a business and personal level.

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Podcast #218 // Chelsea Crockett on YouTube Fame and Your Own Beautiful

November 9th, 2017 Posted by Podcast, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #218 // Chelsea Crockett on YouTube Fame and Your Own Beautiful”

This episode is brought to you by Freshbooks, the cloud accouting software. Freshbooks is excited to announce the launch of the all new version of their software with powerful new features.

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I had the sweetest conversation with Chelsea Crockett, new author and YouTube star. In this episode, Chelsea and I chat about how she got into video and YouTube and how she felt when her channel took off and boosted over 1 million subscribers. We also spoke about her new book, Your Own Beautiful.

In a culture where media is constantly telling young women they have to look a certain way to be beautiful, there is a lot of pressure to conform to the world’s skewed definition of beauty. In Your Own Beautiful, YouTube sensation Chelsea Crockett shares her trademark beauty tips while challenging girls to be their own kind of beautiful.

Chelsea also shares her personal story of leaving college and receiving a depression diagnosis. We also discussed how to spread positivity online and living the bigger life. Chelsea speaks with such confidence and bravery. It was an honor to speak with her.

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Podcast #217 // Monica Leonelle on Writing, Re-Writing, Storytelling, and Marketing

November 8th, 2017 Posted by Podcast, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #217 // Monica Leonelle on Writing, Re-Writing, Storytelling, and Marketing”

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I loved this conversation with Monica Leonelle all about writing! Monica is a fiction writer and columnist that focuses on writing, publishing, marketing, and storytelling. In this show, Monica breaks down all things writing, from structure to story to how to get words on a page.

Monica was born in Germany and spent her childhood jet-setting around the world with her American parents. Her travels include most of the United States and Europe, as well as Guam, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and the Philippines. She started publishing independently in 2009 and has since published over half a million words of fiction spread across four series. She averages about 8-10 published books per year.

She writes about indie publishing at ProseOnFire.com. Her non-fiction Growth Hacking For Storytellers series about writing faster and smarter have earned raving reviews from the independent publishing community for going deeper than anyone else into the topics of writing speed, dictation, and building a writing business. She currently averages around 3,000 words per hour and writes 25,000+ words per week (most weeks).

Before becoming an independent author, Monica led digital marketing efforts at Inc. 100 companies like Hansen’s Natural and Braintree, wrote copy for A-list bloggers, and trained with some of the world’s foremost thought leaders on the topics of virality and word-of-mouth marketing.

Monica is a lifetime member of Sigma Pi Sigma honor fraternity and was a 2007 Chicago Business Fellow, graduating with an MBA from the Chicago Booth School of Business at 25 years old. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with a minor in Physics from Truman State University.

She’s been an avid blogger of marketing and business trends since 2007. Her ideas have been featured in AdAge, Forbes, Inc., The Huffington Post, the AMEX OpenForum, GigaOm, Mashable, Social Media Today, and the Christian Science Monitor.

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Podcast #216 // My Mom on Career, Motherhood, and Relationship

November 7th, 2017 Posted by Podcast, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 1 thought on “Podcast #216 // My Mom on Career, Motherhood, and Relationship”

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I’m thrilled to have my mom as today’s guest! I’ve been begging my mom to join me on the show for months and months. She finally related, and we had the best conversation. Besides Dan, my mom is my best friend. In this episode we talked about how my mom got to where she is now in her career, and how she got there (it wasn’t a smooth or easy journey). How and why she went back to school to earn her Masters degree when I was in high school. What it was like to see me become a mom. And how we created a close relationship. We dive deep into feelings, ups and downs and changes in the mother-daughter dynamic, and our choice to love each other every day.

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Podcast #215 // Kim Fredrich on Creating Relationship and the Sales Process

November 2nd, 2017 Posted by Podcast, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #215 // Kim Fredrich on Creating Relationship and the Sales Process”

This episode is brought to you by Freshbooks, the cloud accouting software. Freshbooks is excited to announce the launch of the all new version of their software with powerful new features.

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I’m delighted to have my friend, Kim Fredrich, on the show today! I met Kim through our mutual friend, Lisa, a fellow DC area entrepreneur, and we hit it off right away. Kim is the Founder and CEO of The Stylish Marketer, helping professional women conquer their fear of selling so they can win more business.

In this episode Kim chats about her journey to entrepreneurship, we both discuss not fitting in to the traditional work force, and sometimes feeling like imposters. Kim discusses the importance of creating relationships in the sales process, and I share a recent sales conversation I totally bombed, resulting in tears.

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#214 // Michelle Weinstein on Being the Pitch Queen

October 31st, 2017 Posted by Podcast, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “#214 // Michelle Weinstein on Being the Pitch Queen”

Thank you to Hello Fresh for sponsoring this episode of the Sarah R. Bagley Podcast. We at Hello Fresh want to make cooking more fun so we focus on the whole experience, not just the final plate. We like to think of ourselves as a Farm-To-Box company, because we want everyone to have access to fresh ingredients that inspire great meals. But we don’t stop there. We’re also a Couch-to-Kitchen company, because the best way to kick those 5 p.m. excuses is by feeling unstoppable in the kitchen. We do even more than that. We’re proud to be a Fork-to-Feel-Good company, too, because when you cook and eat delicious and healthy meals, you’ll want to keep doing it again and again. If we could do the dishes for you, we would, but our number one priority is to get you cooking! For $30 off your first week of HelloFresh, visit hellofresh.com and enter bagley30 to take $30 off your first week!

Today’s guest is Michelle Weinstein, also known as The Pitch Queen. Michelle is a Sales Strategist who teaches entrepreneurs how to sell without being sleazy. Michelle has sold everything from merchandise at Nordstroms to food products to mortgages. In our chat we spoke about taking huge leaps, dealing with rejection (lots and lots of rejection), and forming relationships. Michelle talked about when to give up, when to change directions, and knowing your worth.

Michelle has a freebie for you called Own Your Worth. Go check it out here!

 

Podcast #213 // Jess Connolly on Dance Stand Run

October 26th, 2017 Posted by Podcast, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast 0 thoughts on “Podcast #213 // Jess Connolly on Dance Stand Run”

This episode is brought to you by Freshbooks, the cloud accouting software. Freshbooks is excited to announce the launch of the all new version of their software with powerful new features.

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I’m excited to bring Jess Connolly back on the show! I spoke to Jess several seasons ago when her first book, Wild & Free came out, and she’s always been one of my favorite guests. Jess and I aren’t big on rules or anything we’re supposed to do, so this episode is perfect for anyone feeling like they have to be a certain way or do certain things.

In this episode we chat about her new book, Dance Stand Run. Dance Stand Run casts a fresh vision for how to break free of cheap grace and empty rule-keeping, and finally, how to live out your holy influence with confidence before a watching world. Jess tells us how this book came about, what she learned while writing this book, and how we can stand in our truth.

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Hi! I’m Sarah, I am passionate about creating community, building deep connections, and the power of creativity. I live in Northern Virginia with my husband, our three kids, and our golden-lab mix.

I believe in leggings as pants, and I drink my coffee black. I love shopping at Costco, teaching group exercise classes, and, athleisure.

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