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SweetLife Entrepreneur

It’s not about the money, it’s about the freedom. Your go-to podcast for lifestyle entrepreneurs who want an online business built around a life you love: travel, sport, time freedom, family, and making the difference you’re called to make. Learn to make money so you an make an impact. Especially for creatives, coaches, consultants, solopreneurs and service providers who want simplified steps, trainings and strategies. Join women’s startup expert, lifestyle entrepreneur coach, activist, non-profit founder, and mom of three boys, April Beach, as she makes the complex simple, and introduces you to Entrepreneurship by Design™. Proven tips from over a decade of experience launching startups, pioneering online business and making an impact through activism - with impressive guests who download their wisdom to help you grow even more! Not everyone wants a multi-million dollar business. But you do need the freedom a successful business delivers to create, grow, give, travel, learn more, and live life on your terms. Discover what it truly takes to build a lifestyle first company and live a life you won’t regret. Unfiltered honesty from a lifetime of innovative entrepreneurship that shows you how to build a business on your terms. Grab worksheets, show notes and join the SweetLife Entrepreneur Community at www.sweetlifecommunity.com
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Apr 15, 2019

Community truly is the new currency.

However, most of us don’t have the time to sit around and start new relationships. So, we have to be very strategic with our time and how we build a bond with our clients.

Jennifer Kroiss is a business strategist and networking enthusiast who says relationships have influenced every aspect of her 20-year career. She’s now become so great at connecting with others that she left her corporate job three years ago and has a successful business based entirely on referrals.

If you’re a new entrepreneur or an established one who feels you’re not fully connected to a community the way you want to be, you don’t want to miss Jennifer’s tips in this episode.

Episode Highlights:
  1. How to find a great community.
  2. What to do at community events to maximize your time and efforts.
  3. How to follow-up after community events.

 

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Apr 8, 2019

Andi Forness is an online dating coach who’s been published in Mind Body Green, Greatest, Austin Woman Magazine, Thrive Global and has been quoted in Forbes, Bravo TV, Men’s Health, and more!

Andi helps single, high-achieving, analytical women use online dating as a personal development program so they can finally find Mr. Right and feel fulfilled in all areas of their life.

One of the ones Andi relates dating to entrepreneurship is by pointing out that online dating is just like online marketing.

Whether you're single or have been married for 20+ years as I have, this episode has something for everyone. So, take a listen now to find out the other ways dating (even your spouse) can help improve your business!

Episode Highlights:
  1. How practicing healthy receiving in your relationship will carry over into your business.
  2. Examples of how you can starting practicing healthy receiving right now.
  3. How online dating is just like online marketing (and how being good at one can improve the other).

 

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Apr 1, 2019

"Falling in love is easy. Staying in love takes mindfulness." - Dr. Cheryl Fraser

Sharp, frank, and fearless, that’s Buddhist psychologist, sex therapist, author, and speaker Dr. Cheryl Fraser.

Dr. Cheryl is a sought-after media psychologist and relationship expert who combines cutting edge love and sex therapy with mindfulness to help couples cut through resistance and ignite the connection and sizzle they think they’ve lost.

Speaking from the wisdom of others and my own personal experiences, I truly believe there is a connection between our intimate relationship with our spouse or partner and the success of our business.

So, whether you're married, planning to be married, or seeking a more intimate and passionate relationship with your partner, this is one episode you do not want to miss!

Episode Highlights:
  1. The powerful connection between intimacy and business development that can boost your business and brand.
  2. The three keys to passion.
  3. Tips help you find your passion again.

 

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Mar 25, 2019

I can confidently say my business wouldn't be where it is today without the press I received when I was first starting out.

Whether you're just starting your business or you've been in business for a while already, press is incredibly valuable.

In last week's episode, I had my friend Selena Soo on the show to discuss how to get press for your business and I wanted to continue that conversation this week by explaining just how to prep your business so that you can maximize all the press you'll receive.

Don't forget! If you enroll in Selena's Impacting Millions program before it closes at 5pm EST on April 2nd you'll also receive an invitation to my 12-Month Press Mastermind where you'll gain access to my press list and get extra press pitch support to make your voice heard!

Episode Highlights:
  1. The unknown benefits of getting press for your business.
  2. The story of how my The Today Show feature was anything other than perfect.
  3. Four steps to get your business ready to maximize press and media attention.

 

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Mar 18, 2019

In order to become the go-to expert or influencer in your space, you need publicity.

That’s where Selena Soo comes in …

Selena is a publicity and marketing strategist for visionary entrepreneurs, experts, and authors who want to reach millions with their message.

Selena has helped clients and students get featured in places like O, The Oprah Magazine, Forbes, and INC. and land interviews on popular podcasts and national TV.

Selena’s signature approach comes down to building powerful and long-lasting relationships with influencers in the media in a thoughtful, authentic way.

Many of Selena’s clients have become industry leaders with seven-figure businesses, raving fans, and hundreds of thousands of followers.

Episode Highlights:
  1. What publicity does for your business, no matter what phase you’re in.
  2. The struggles I experienced getting press during the beginning phase of my company.
  3. The importance of relationships and connecting with other people when it comes to getting publicity and growing your business.

 

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Mar 11, 2019

If you want to start or grow a business, you need to make room in your life for entrepreneurship.

That’s where this week’s guest comes in …

Corie Clark is a business educator, creator of the Purposeful Planner, author of The Simplicity Project, and host of the Purpose with Corie Clark podcast.

Corie loves not only helping others find their purpose but equipping them to live it out and turn it into a profitable business.

Today, Corie and I will be discussing all about how you can create the margins and space in your life so you can grow your business.

Episode Highlights:
  1. How to create margin in four different areas of your life; your health, home, finances, and time.
  2. Five different ways to simplify your life.
  3. The connection between mental, physical, and spiritual health and the success of your business.

 

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Mar 4, 2019

One of the most important strategies in business development is doing a great job branding your company. And, since we’re spending this entire month talking all things business development, I couldn’t think of a better way to start off than by speaking with a branding expert like our guest this week.

Sashka Hanna-Rappl is also a leadership coach, business strategist, entertainer, author, and speaker who helps visionaries go from unknown underdog to brand leader using creativity, humor, imagination, and wisdom.

Before you take one more step forward with your business, let's find the soul in your brand.

Episode Highlights:
  1. An explanation of how your business and your brand are not the same thing.
  2. Why your business is at a greater risk of failing if you jump into the branding phase too quickly.
  3. The steps you need to take when developing the soul of your brand.

 

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Feb 25, 2019

Kate Erickson is a creator, engager, and implementer at Entrepreneurs On Fire, which is an award-winning podcast where John Lee Dumas interviews inspiring entrepreneurs every Monday and drops value bombs every Thursday. She is also the host of the podcast, Kate’s Take, and co-author of The Podcast Journal.

Kate is passionate about helping entrepreneurs create freedom in their business and life through developing systems and processes that can help their business scale and grow.

I've personally been learning from Kate for years and one of the things I love about her is her ability to break things down in a way that's easy to understand and implement.

If you've been trying to build a business but you know you don’t have the systems in place to gain traction, Kate's simple strategies are sure to help.

Episode Highlights:
  1. Five simple, yet effective steps to create systems that build efficiency and profitability in your business.
  2. The three options you have for making the completion of a task more efficient.
  3. The importance of actually outlining the process for completing tasks.

 

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Feb 18, 2019

You can't expect to be profitable in your business if you're not productive first.

Amber De La Garza is The Productivity Specialist. She’s a sought-after coach, trainer, speaker, writer, and host of the Productivity Straight Talk podcast.

Amber helps driven entrepreneurs execute actionable solutions to maximize your profit, reduce your stress, and make time for what matters most.

In my conversation with Amber today, she's breaking down the four "buckets" you need to fill in order to be productive and profitable.

Episode Highlights:
  1. A discussion of how the way you’re supposed to be productive might not work for you and why that’s okay.
  2. How to use what does work for you already when it comes to your productivity.
  3. The four productivity buckets you must fill in order to be profitable.

 

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Feb 11, 2019

Steve Hultquist has been an engineer, founder, senior executive, ski instructor, industry analyst, and more. He’s currently a coach for people who want to get past their mental blocks.

In fact, Steve was my very first business coach almost fifteen years ago.

I was making some excuses for myself and Steve helped me shift my thought processes so that I could remove my blocks and stop playing small.

If you think you might be getting in your own way, this is one episode you can’t afford to miss.

Episode Highlights:
  1. How to conquer mental blocks that are likely sabotaging your success.
  2. The impact your thoughts have on your productivity in your business.
  3. Why you need to focus on how your business serves your clients rather than how it serves you.

 

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Feb 4, 2019

Kendra Hennessy is a mother of two, a home management expert, the Founder of Mother Like a Boss, and the Host of the Mother Like a Boss podcast.

Kendra’s mission is to redefine homemaking in the 21st century and make the difficult and tedious parts of running a home smoother through systems, routines, and mindset shifts.

In this episode, Kendra and I take a deep dive into the importance of having boundaries both in your business and at home.

Episode Highlights:
  1. The importance of setting boundaries for consumption time and creation time.
  2. The biggest problems that result from not setting proper boundaries.
  3. Kendra tips for setting boundaries in your work and life and how for sticking to them.

 

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Jan 28, 2019

Listen, I love online courses as much as the next gal. I honestly, I'm sure I love them even more because online courses are how I've built my business and lifestyle.

I've been creating and selling online courses since 2008 and it's what I teach my clients to do, but ...

The online course world is changing and, if you don't change your approach, you're going to be left behind.

Whether you've already created a course, you're in the process of creating of creating one now, or you're planning to create on in the future, you're going to need the information in this episode.

Episode Highlights:
  1. Why only 15% of people who enroll in online courses actually complete them.
  2. Three questions you need to ask yourself when deciding if an online course is right for your business.
  3. How I've completely turned my entire business model upside down because of this shift in online courses.

 

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Jan 21, 2019

If you listen to this podcast, chances are you either already have a business or you want to start one.

Chances are also that this is not the first resource you've gone to for business advice.

Maybe you subscribe to multiple business podcasts or you’ve collected a lot of online courses and trainings or you’re in a lot of different business-related Facebook groups.

Is it time for you to stop trying to start or grow your business on your own?

Let's find out.

Episode Highlights:
  1. A breakdown of five ways to know if you're ready to hire a business coach.
  2. A list of some of the questions you should ask your potential coach to make sure they're a good fit.
  3. A few ways I can personally help you as a business coach myself.

 

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Jan 14, 2019

Did you know that 67 million people in the United States listened to podcasts in 2017?

That's 25% of the entire population of the country!

A podcast is obviously something I believe is a valuable asset for service-based entrepreneurs and this episode actually marks the 2-year anniversary of this podcast.

So, I thought it was time to give you a peek behind the curtain and explain exactly how my team and I bring this show to you week after week.

Episode Highlights:
  1. A breakdown of the four steps we, as a company, use to produce this podcast from start to finish.
  2. The key to making your podcast standout.
  3. A fantastic free resource if you need a little support and guidance on starting a podcast for your business.

 

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Jan 7, 2019

It's officially 2019 and now is the time most of us are setting New Year's Resolutions or our goals for the year. However, I challenge you to instead focus on your intentions for the year.

Ashley Matejka is a passionate holistic wellness consultant and the creator of Wellevance; whose approach helps professional women struggling to prioritize self-care as they juggle all of life’s pieces to create healthy habits and align their lives.

In this episode, Ashley is going to show us how to set intentions in the eight different aspects of life wellness and she'll explain how doing so will help you reach your intentional and purposeful goals faster.

Episode Highlights:
  1. Why Ashley means when she says, "the vision is the puzzle and the goals are the pieces."
  2. An explanation of the eight dimensions of wellness.
  3. Examples of how creating intentions around these eight dimensions have helped shifted both Ashely's and my perspective about certain areas where we felt like we were failing.

 

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Dec 31, 2018

It's time for another Entrepreneur Commitment Week!

For the third year in a row, we're doing Entrepreneur Commitment Week together so we can all start 2019 on the right foot and know exactly what we should be focusing on for the rest of the year.

#ECW19 is a five-day challenge covering five core areas where you can intentionally commit to yourself to make sure 2019 is the best yet!

Episode Highlights:
  1. Why I'm doing Entrepreneur Commitment Week for the third year in a row.
  2. The five core areas we'll be focusing on during #ECW19.
  3. How you can participate in #ECW19.

 

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Dec 24, 2018

I don't exactly hide the fact that I'm a Christian but I also don't regularly talk about it on the podcast.

However, I do strongly believe in being transparent about your core beliefs when you're in a place of leadership and, seeing that it's Easter week, I felt the need to address the often-confusing dilemma of mixing your faith with your business.

Alex Miranda is a former Miami nightclub promoter who, after having a "come to Jesus" moment, left the nightclubs behind to start the Daily Godpreneur; a personal development brand for Christian entrepreneurs.

One topic that's always been of interest to me as a Christian entrepreneur, is the balance between needing money to survive but not worshiping it.

During this part of the conversation, Alex summed it beautifully when he said, "The profits are a byproduct of me doing what I’m born to do."

In this episode, Alex and I talk about his professional and religious journey, how he sees the Bible as a book on how to run a business, the importance of discovering your calling and then shaping your business around that, how he takes his clients down the path of finding their calling, how to balance your business and being open about your faith, and so much more!

Episode Highlights:
  1. How Alex sees the Bible as a book on how to run a business.
  2. The importance of discovering your calling and then shaping your business around it.
  3. The 3 steps you can take right now to incorporate your spiritual life into your business operations.

 

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Dec 17, 2018

It's taken me 15 years to perfect the art of being able to plan out an entire year of my business ahead of time.

Fortunately for you, I'm sharing what I learned over all that time so you can know how to do the same thing by listening to just this one episode.

In this episode, I talk about the five types of things you should include on your calendar for 2019 to help you start the year off right and stay that way all the way through December 31st.

Episode Highlights:
  1. An explanation of why being intentional with your plans for 2019 can make help your business be more successful.
  2. A breakdown of the five steps that will help you maximize your time and efforts in 2019.
  3. How the Beach family utilizes this method to plan out our lives and businesses a year in advance.

 

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Dec 10, 2018

The first thing I need to say is thank you. Thank you for continuing to tune in. For sharing the show with others. For connecting with me on other platforms. And, for sharing how much this show means to you.

I thought long and hard about how I wanted to celebrate this incredible milestone and then I realized, it had be about you.

This show wouldn’t have reached 100 episodes if it weren't for you, my amazing listeners, and the only way I can celebrate that is by sharing some of your stories.

The four women featured in this special episode are your sisters. They’re in the trenches building their business just like you.

You’ll hear from Kelly Bond; who talks about “rewilding” herself. As a former extreme athlete turned mother and entrepreneur, she’s finding her way back to her wild side and creating a business that will help other women do the same.

You’ll also hear from Monica Miller. Monica has been in business for a few years but is choosing to completely pivot her ideal client avatar and utilize a local market to grow her online business.

You’ll also hear from Paty Mariposa. The last year has seen Paty turn a hobby into a business, epically fail at her first big launch, and then have her most profitable week-to-date.

Lastly, you’ll also hear from Ali Zabel. While in business school, Ali never dreamed having children would become a priority over her career … until she held her baby in her arms for the first time and realized she needed to design a business that would fit her newly aligned priorities.

Episode Highlights:
  1. My appreciation for you, my incredible audience, for helping me reach the milestone of 100 podcast episodes.
  2. Four mini-interviews with amazing women who're in the trenches building their businesses.
  3. The program of mine that one guest said she wished she would've gone through before spending 15K on various coaches and programs over the past several years.

 

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Dec 3, 2018

Sitinee Sheffert is a social entrepreneur, blogger, and speaker with a passion for empowering kids to make a difference. She is also the founder of Giving Artfully, a platform that connects crafters with volunteer opportunities, and Giving Artfully Kids; which is a program that inspires kids to spread kindness through crafting-based service projects.

Together with her husband, who is also an entrepreneur, Sitinee is raising five children and homeschooling them so they grow up learning they have the opportunity to design the life they want and can live it on their terms.

If you’re a parent entrepreneur who’s looking to defy the status quo, if you’re looking for opportunities to make an impact outside of your business, or if you’re looking for simple opportunities to help your children make an impact and be part of giving initiative that you don’t have time to create or figure out on your own, this episode is for you!

Episode Highlights:
  1. An explanation of what it means to be a social entrepreneur.
  2. Sitinee’s journey of selling her home and moving her family of seven to three different cities in 15 months so they can collectively decide where they want to live life on their terms.
  3. The two opportunities Sitinee has for entrepreneurs and their children to become more involved in service projects.

 

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Nov 26, 2018

In this episode, we're going to be talking about the SweetLife Entrepreneur System™. The system is a roadmap consisting of five phases that will help you create your SweetLife Project™ (aka: your business life plan) and take your business from idea to impact.

I use the SweetLife System™ when working with my private clients and now I'm sharing this system with you. By the end of this episode, you'll have a better understanding of what phase you're currently in and the knowledge to move to the next one.

Episode Highlights:
  1. An explanation of why my SweetLife Entrepreneur System™ roadmap is the most important thing for your business
  2. A breakdown of each of the five phases of the SweetLife Entrepreneur System™
  3. How to use the knowledge of what phase you're in to help guide your business decisions and actions

 

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Nov 19, 2018

Block calendars are used to block off times in your week for focused work and they are one of the most effective tools you can have in your productivity toolkit.

They allow you to focus your time and energy on one thing at a time, help you say no to "shiny object syndrome," and enable you to rebound more quickly if you do become distracted.

Using a block calendar will help you take massive action and increase your productivity in ways that will help you see immediate results.

Episode Highlights:
  1. A breakdown of exactly what a block calendar is.
  2. An explanation of the most common "blocks" to put in your calendar.
  3. Tips for how to handle the items that come up throughout the day that don't fit into your current block.

 

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Nov 12, 2018

If you haven't thought about what your life and business will look like in 2019, now is the time.

Even if you feel you're so busy you don't have the time to sit down and plan out your year, you're wrong.

Laying the foundation now for what you want next year to look like will make all the difference as you grow your business and work toward your dream lifestyle.

Investing the time now to create a 2019 business plan, will save you time and frustration in 2019.

Episode Highlights:
  1. A breakdown of the 5 core areas to consider when planning for 2019.
  2. Examples of how planning for each core area will set you up for success before the year even begins.
  3. How my action plan will help guide you through the process of planning for 2019.

 

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Nov 5, 2018

As a money mindset mentor for a new wave online female entrepreneurs, Denise Duffield-Thomas helps women release their fear of money, set premium prices for their services, and take control over their finances.

Like most entrepreneurs, Denise found herself bogged down with the minute tasks, daily frustrations, and shiny object distractions ... until she realized she was going about it all the wrong way.

When it comes to business, perfection isn't the goal.

Take a listen to this episode to hear how Denise came to this realization and how the concept of a keyless life changed everything for Denise and her family.

Episode Highlights:
  1. An explanation of what a keyless life is and why it’s so important for entrepreneurs.
  2. Specific incidences and examples of different ways you can start developing a keyless life.
  3. The importance of not overcomplicating your business.

 

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Oct 29, 2018

Are you getting ready to start a business and want to make sure it's aligned with your dream lifestyle?

Do you already have a business and are concerned it's not leading you to the lifestyle you've been working for?

Well, this week's guests, Tom and Ariana Sylvester, have been and done that ... multiple times!

Tom is a serial entrepreneur, husband, father, and occasional Call of Duty player. Ariana is a reality-checker, wife, mother, and chai latter-lover. 

Together, Tom and Ariana own and operate three very different businesses; including one as business coaches and strategists.

As business coaches, their big-picture goal is to help entrepreneurs achieve fulfillment in both their business and life.

Episode Highlights:
  1. Tom and Ariana's entrepreneurial journey that led from having college degrees they weren't fully utilizing to now running three successful businesses while raising kids.
  2. The process they use to determine who handles what roles in each business and how it can easily apply to those who run their business without a partner.
  3. A breakdown of their Lifestyle Builders framework and how they use it to help others.

 

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