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Episode #243. About KellyKelly Roach is an award-winning 8-figure entrepreneur, sought-after speaker, best-selling author, and top-rated podcast host seeking to transform the world of business and leadership education across the globe.Connect with Kelly RoachWebsite FacebookFavorite Quotes“Make sure that you're really reinforcing that your products, program, services, and messaging are really, truly hitting the intersection of someone's urgent need and their deep desire. And there's usually a little bit of realignment there just in messaging and positioning in order to speak to where people are.” “There's a wide-open playing field right now for true thought leadership. It's not about being positive or negative. It's about assessing the situation and understanding how to navigate it and how to be successful winning in it.”“Make sure that you're actually delivering real value that helps the person create a breakthrough for free. So many people have been burnt by so many horrendous people in the online space at this point that they're already coming to you skeptical.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:Tackling the big question: are we in a recession?Realigning your offers to speak to where your audience isEconomic landscape: intelligent assessment vs. scaremongeringOffering real value to people already hurt with overpromising and underdeliveringHow being consultative helps both you and your client avoid overwhelmLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode # 242. About Haley: Haley Burkhead is the creator of Recurring Profit where the mission is to bring a simple and automated approach to online businesses all over the world. She quit her job with $12 and turned that into a multi-million dollar company where her team and her help scale online course and membership sites.Connect with Haley BurkheadWebsiteInstagramFavorite Quotes“What if we could access audiences that someone has already built online? And then we have built our sales machine so strong to convert cold people that have never met you before. Awesome.”“Who wants to sit on a weekly newsletter? Let's be honest. We're tired of that beat-around-the-bush way. We are not really doing the three-month warmup and then live launch because it's inconvenient for people.”“A podcast is like an Instagram account. Even when you're not posting, it's a valuable resource that people can binge in one sitting. You're creating it once and it's working forever instead of you having to create something new every week.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:How to turn your knowledge and skill into a consistent monthly incomeDebunking the beliefs that are holding you back from building your audience and businessWhich stage of your sales funnel creates a profit-stacking effectPodcasting as a binge-able, valuable commodityHow to avoid the endless loop of content creationLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #241. About Kate: Kate Ahl is the owner and founder of Simple Pin Media, a Pinterest management and marketing company. Through their work with over 700 Pinterest accounts, they take a data-driven approach to crafting a Pinterest strategy that aims to help their clients and students find their perfect person on Pinterest. Kate teaches thousands of people about Pinterest marketing through various speaking engagements and her podcast, the Simple Pin Podcast.Connect with Kate WebsitePinterestInstagramFacebookLinkedInFavorite Quotes“An educator teaches and then it's up to the other person to implement. But as an agency service provider, it's my responsibility to implement that for my clients and take on ownership of the success of their business.”“One of the things multiple owners do is get stuck on creating the system because they're really, truly afraid to get rid of it. The real issue is you have to be willing to kind of unclench your hands to let somebody else do it.”“The part of onboarding that is often missed is that you are taking over a piece of responsibility in somebody else's business and you are acting on behalf of them.  That takes time. That takes study. I have to understand what your goals are and what your purpose is and what your brand is in order to accurately reflect you. Build that into your onboarding process.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:What it takes to be a customer-first-based businessBeing an agency service provider vs. an educatorCreating repeatable systems that actually workDifferent types of agency business modelsThe crucial part of onboardingMentioned on the Show:Do Scale by Les McKeownThe Empowered Agency Podcast Love the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode # 240. About Sophia: Sophia is a social media strategist with a proven record for increasing a brand’s following, engagement, and reach.Her clients have tripled attendance at their free events, gone from 800 followers to 50k followers, increased opportunities for podcasts, magazines and even TV features, and at the top of 2020, one of her clients had a 6 figure launch from her Direct Messages...She’s also the creator of the online subscription, WHAT THE HECK TO POST, where she helps members stop falling victim to the algorithm and was most recently seen talkin' DM strategy on Forbes.Connect with Sophia Getsocial.comWhatthehecktopost.com  InstagramFavorite Quotes“There's a lot of messaging that says content is king. right. And this is why where burnout comes from. We’re showing up every single day to pump out a bunch of different content. But what we are forgetting is without the relationship, without someone feeling comfortable enough to talk to you,  your conversion rate after a period is going to start to dip.”“The job of the algorithm is to keep someone on the platform as long as possible. That's why the algorithm exists.  It serves people content based on what they’ve shown interest in.”“So much of the content and how we're leveraging the algorithm - not all of it is measurable. Loosen up. Don't take your engagement personally because there's a lot that you're not even aware of.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:A fresh perspective on social mediaGetting to know your followers better through your postsThe relationship between the algorithm and relationships with your audienceWhy you shouldn’t obsess with engagement statsUsing your branded language without over-commoditizing what you doDiscovering where to get active conversionsMentioned on the Show:jaclynmellone.com/galpalsLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #239.  It’s the dawn of a new decade! In light of that, I want to highlight a few things you can reflect on that will bring you into the new year in the best possible way. Listen to this episode for a powerful mindset exercise you can use for the new year and every day, month, or quarter after that. I can’t wait to hear what you think!Favorite Quotes:“The belief systems we have holding us back are not going to serve us in this new decade.”“You have to be willing to get messy and challenge the status quo.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:What you need to consider as you look back at your yearThe important question you need to ask when you achieve your goals Why *this* simple exercise will make a big difference in your businessLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #238. Are you having trouble defining what you do? In this episode, Jaclyn shares a method of selling yourself in an introduction.Favorite Quotes“There are so many different things that can come from people who are asking you to be on podcasts. So many different opportunities have happened from those sidebar conversations.”“Take the time to connect. Talk about what you do in a way that lets people see more, keep the conversation going, and go deeper than just the surface.”“Starting to talk about this is going to draw in your dream clients or people who can be referring dream clients.“In This Episode You’ll Learn:The Story-Sell-intro Formula and how to use itWhy you should prioritize connecting over “selling”Knowing who it is you want to helpBeing confident with what you’re offeringTalking about the results and benefits of working with youLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #237. About Jaime: Jaime Slutzky is an experienced and knowledgeable online technology strategist who works with music teachers who have caps on their income or time to create scalable online products and services.With her degree in Computer Science, 11+ years in corporate IT, and over a decade supporting online businesses, she has the expertise, insight, and grit to help music teachers take what they do in private lessons and create online courses, programs, workshops, and memberships.After about 8 years of working with anyone who wanted to hire her, she chose to work exclusively with music teachers because of the opportunities that they offer their students. As she says, she is in awe and inspired by music educators’ creativity and dedication to their craft.Connect with JaimeWebsiteFacebookInstagramFavorite Quotes“The zone of genius is where the skillset and passions collide.”“When niching, you really should be clear on who you're serving and how you're serving them. It can be you're niching your expertise or you're niching who you are selling to. The best and fastest results are if you niche both of those down. ““There are a lot of people who are passionate about making money and that is their driving force. And I swear those businesses are the flash-in-the-pan type businesses. They're not sustainable in the long run. You gotta go deeper. You gotta understand the person that you're making an impact on.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:How to niche down the right wayThe two components that make the zone of geniusWhy passion should be the driving force, not just profitHow zone of genius and business model are two totally different thingsDefining passion through the success of your clients or studentsMentioned on the Show:Viral Post GeneratorLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #236. About Sage: Sage Polaris has written high-converting copy for more than 400+ clients earning them millions of dollars. She helps personal brands and service providers sell more of their service or offer with the words on their website.She has worked with Chalene Johnson, Chrisette Michele, Rick Mulready, and Lynne Twist. Basically, she makes money for the “internet-famous” people we all look up to.Connect with SageWebsiteFacebookFavorite Quotes“It takes time to build that audience, to be able to offer something at a lower cost and to have it be profitable.”“It’s about understanding the strategy that underpins the page before you make all these choices about your copy. Because if you don't understand the audience and you don't know that the offer is gonna land with them, the copy really won't do you much.”“The thing that's often missing is listening to your audience. You really need to know your audience and appeal to what they specifically want from you. That way they feel seen and heard. And at the end of the day, that's what everybody wants in your copy.” In This Episode You’ll Learn:The four different buyer types and how we all buy based on our personalityHow to create deep connections even before you start sellingWhy personification is a great copywriting hack to increase sales conversionsHow to make your audience feel seen and heard through your copyMentioned on the Show:Sage's free gift: Triple Your Open Rate (The Email Template)Which Movie Villain is Sabotaging You? Take the quiz!Love the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #235. About Jessica: Jessica Stansberry helps entrepreneurs grow and scale their income by teaching them how to create content that sells FOR them so they can sell more and work less. Jessica's YouTube channel, email list, and Instagram account are FULL of helpful nuggets to help entrepreneurs scale their businesses and become true CEOs.Connect with JessicaWebsiteYouTubeInstagramFacebookTwitterTikTokFavorite Quotes“People normally look at passive as they don't have to do any work, which is absolutely not true. Because almost every stream of passive income still requires quite a bit of work upfront.  Passive income (to me) is all the work happens upfront. After the delivery, there's no work.”“Building an audience is the hardest part with affiliate marketing because one or two clicks per month are not gonna pay the bills. But as you build up your audience, they will.”“I wouldn't say there's a minimum viable audience, but a very specific audience. If you can gather even a small amount of very specific people, then you could start making really good money pretty early on.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:What earning passive income really meansHaving the right audience for your passive income streamsUsing integrated content and discovering what type of content converts the best for your businessFinding the right brand for an affiliate partnershipPlaying the long game for passive incomeMentioned on the Show:Jessica’s Amazon StoreJessica’s Affiliate Marketing PlaybookAmazon’s Influencer ProgramLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #234. About Liam: Liam Austin is the co-founder of Entrepreneurs HQ and a virtual event strategist, having launched over 15 virtual summits, dozens of quick workshops, and many more online events, hosting over 400 speakers whilst educating 100,000+ business owners through his programs. Virtual Events That Sell is his 6-week implementation program which makes it easy for you to create your own high-impact virtual events, from workshops and masterminds to summits and conferences, with the end goal of selling more of your high-ticket offer (includes how to blueprint, validate and sell your new program.) Liam is also the creator of the Million Dollar Virtual Summit Program, where he partners with select clients to generate seven figures.Connect with LiamWebsiteYouTubeFacebookEntrepreneurs HQ FacebookTwitterFavorite Quotes“The quickest, easiest way to think about these is summits, at one end of the spectrum, big impact, big project. The other end of the spectrum is the quick workshop wins that we create. They're like a 90-minute training session that you can set up in just the space of a few days.”“The idea for virtual summits and events is let's build your authority. Let's showcase your expertise to the world, build your email list. So people see you as that go-to expert so they come to you. You're their number one choice that they wanna work with to get more help.”“Ideally, depending on what your business is like with our business, with our main program is predictable income, freedom. We teach people how to turn these virtual events - whether it's a workshop, summit, challenge, seminar, retreat, boot camp - into an automated event.”“Spend time to really identify the right topic, the right niche, the right results, the right headline, the call to action. It's gonna have the product name right for the workshop. And we're gonna actually attract people in.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:Summits vs. workshops and when to use them strategicallyMaking the small tweaks and changes that have a high impact or promiseWhat types of offers work for quick and easy winsThe key to high ticket offers that are highly scalable and profitablePricing to properly frame virtual eventsMentioned on the Show:win.comvirtualsummitclass.comLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #233. About Nora: Nora Sudduth, Co-founder of Hello Audio is a leading marketing & conversion strategist who has helped businesses sell over $500M of products & services online. She’s also designed several courses, coaching and certification programs that have generated millions more.Connect with NoraWebsiteLinkedInFacebookFavorite Quotes“The one thing every consumer is gonna look for before they put that credit card down is the increased likelihood of success or certainty.  How certain am I that this investment is going to pay off? Because I'm looking at the trade-off and the return on investment.” compared to what I know I'm spending on gas and groceries. As a business owner or creator, you need to convey that higher likelihood of certainty. And how do you do that through these stories?”“I think private podcasts could be the new inbox. There's less noise in someone's podcast app and people are more likely to look at it. But you need to make that headline compelling.”“Private podcasts work really well for any time you're delivering a result. This is an effective use of being able to share those customer stories in order to either help provide reassurance and increase the likelihood of success for that perspective investor or prospective buyer.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:How to make client success stories relatable and relevant for your audience baseUsing testimonials to gain valuable feedback from usersHow these types of stories help in understanding the emotional components of customers’ decisionsPrivate podcasts as effective and authentic tools for selling vs. sales pagesApproaching testimonials, not through the lens of success but through ideas and connection What you should be looking for in a success storyMentioned on the Show:jaclynmellone.com/galpalsLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #232. About Courtney: Courtney Chaal is a copywriter turned business coach obsessed with making complex concepts (like business models and sales copy) simple and tangible to help regular people get big results.In 2012, she launched my copywriting services with zero experience and a desire to never have to get a “real job.” Since then, she has evolved from writing custom proposals for clients to creating a booked-out signature service (Sales Page CPR®) to launching digital products and programs like The Sales Page Kit™, Yay for Clients™, and her signature high ticket coaching program, Yay for 100K™.Since then her business has been featured on FastCompany.com, Inc.com, the CreativeLive blog, and on dozens of podcasts.Courtney is a BIG believer in the power of offering a signature service as the best way to start making a full-time income online. She’s taught more than 400 entrepreneurs how to make a full-time income from 1:1 services work. Now, she coaches entrepreneurs on how to streamline their services into a signature program so that they can blast the lid off of their income potential.Connect with CourtneyWebsiteInstagramFavorite Quotes“Everything has consequences that are desired and undesired. If I'm gonna spend all my waking hours working on my business, I might hit my goal faster, but I also might deteriorate my health. You need to accept the consequences that come with the benefits of what you want.”“I think everyone is creative. I just have a very extreme, particular type of creativity. That is my superpower. This is what helps me create all the things that I create. I'm not known for being organized. So I'm trying to become organized. Not only is it hard for me, but it is also stealing from my strength. And that was the aha! I needed to have. It's not just like, oh, you're not gonna get good at that. Me focusing on that is not only an opportunity cost. It is actually, absolutely stealing from the thing that makes me really brilliant at what I do.”“Make sure to surround yourself with people like us (with neurodiversity) who get it. Because it can get really, really bad for your self-esteem. And if you grew up that way, just have a lot of compassion for yourself.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:Focusing on the positives of being diagnosed with ADHDThe mindset shift of looking at neurodiversity as a superpowerThe opportunity cost that comes with forcing yourself to be organizedPractice self-compassion and be around people who understand and are supportiveMentioned on the show:Creating Services That Are Easy to Sell with Courtney ChaalLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #231. Ready to take on your comfort zone? Something big has been brewing in my mind and I am so excited to share it with you. This has been a recent aha moment of mine and it delivered a major perspective shift.If you’re ready to give up your comfort zone, listen now for actionable new steps that will totally change your perspective. I dare you!In This Episode You’ll Learn:Why the comfort zone isn’t what you think it isHow to shift your thinking from autopilot to crushing those goalsThe signs that your current perspective is keeping you stuckWhat it really means to get outside your comfort zoneLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #230. About Eleanor: Eleanor Beaton is the founder of SafiMedia, an education & coaching company for women entrepreneurs. SafiMedia is committed to advancing global gender equity one woman-owned business at a time. Together with her colleagues, Eleanor is on a mission to double the number of women entrepreneurs who scale past $1M in revenue by 2030.Eleanor hosts the Power + Presence + Position podcast, a top-ranked podcast for female founders with over 1.5 million downloads to date. The former chair of the Visiting Women’s Executive Exchange Program at the Yale School of Management, Eleanor has been featured in publications including The Globe & Mail, The Atlantic, CBC, Chatelaine, and more.Connect with EleanorWebsiteSafi Media WebsiteEleanor's InstagramSafi Media InstagramLinkedInFacebookFavorite Quotes“As women, we need to have these conversations and stop taking the bake sale approach: bake the cookies and sell them. No. How about we start really creating assets and thinking about an ecosystem of growth rather than putting it all on our own back and growing through our labor?”“The key to a sustainable business is packaged standardized offerings. So a business will start with a lot of bespoke services. And I think that's really a powerful way (to start) and you can always have a portion of your business be bespoke. But if you truly wanna scale, you're going to need to start standardizing through group programs, courses, or standardized services.”“We're living through this epidemic of overwhelm. There can certainly be a huge amount of ease and flow. But the reality is there are parts of a business that are hard. And sometimes you just have to choose your hard.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:What’s holding female entrepreneurs back from meeting their revenue goals and milestonesHow to build an ecosystem that supports your business minus the overwhelmScaling through standardized vs. bespoke servicesThe ability to “choose your hard” in the times there’s lack of ease and flowAvoiding the trap of comparisonitis with everyone else’s Instagram highlightsLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #229.  About Jo-Ná: Jo-Ná A. Williams, Esq. is an award-winning attorney, founder, advisor, and Instructor who founded J.A. Williams Law P.C. in 2011 to provide artists, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders with ways to successfully navigate their careers, secure their companies, and provide assistance with business and intellectual property matters. She is dedicated to issues regarding the rights of entrepreneurs because she believes they are a population highly vulnerable to exploitation without proper knowledge. She founded her coaching company in 2013 to advise creatives and business owners on entrepreneurship. She’s been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fortune, Black Enterprise, Marie TV, and The Root. She has spoken on Facebook, LinkedIn, NYU, and Rent The Runway, amongst others. She was recently named one of the Top 40 Lawyers under 40 in the country by the National Black Lawyers and Intellectual Property & Business Attorney of the Year by Acquisition International in 2019. She’s an instructor for LinkedIn Learning and Learn@Forbes. She's licensed to practice law in New York.Connect with Jo-NáJA Williams WebsiteJA Williams InstagramJo-Ná Williams WebsiteJo-Ná Williams InstagramTwitterFavorite Quotes“I went to connect with myself, with my spirit. I made that boundary for myself. I focused on myself and my well-being. And there was freedom in that.”“ I did not plan what I would do during burnout. I had no idea how long it was going to take for me to get out of it. I had no idea what was going to happen along that journey. All I knew is that I needed to stop what I was doing.”“When you're first starting a business, you’re thinking like you’ve got to say yes to everything, to all these opportunities, because they might not come your way again. But I got very intentional about saying yes. And I may say no. And when I said, no, my yeses felt really good. The things that I said yes to were juicy because I wasn't saying yes to everything.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:Creating businesses to scale doesn’t have to bring you on the brink of burnoutThe different facets of burnoutGiving yourself permission to pause - or even take a full stop!How to avoid draining your energy so your business doesn’t sufferHandling the external pressures that can trigger usHandling the fear of “not knowing everything”Building a business that’s actually sustainable Mentioned on the show:SalsaLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #228.  About Kendra: Kendra Hennessy is a home management expert and positive motherhood enthusiast. She is a podcast host and founder of Mother like a Boss™, where she puts reluctant homemakers back in the driver's seat of motherhood through bite-size and practical routines and mindset shifts. Her mission is to empower moms through no-nonsense, realistic changes that they can stick with.Kendra lives in upstate NY with her husband Adam, raising their daughter AC and son Everett. She loves all things coffee, and chocolate and can usually be found in her off time binge-watching something on TV. She loves giving support and encouragement to the moms of the world and helping them make motherhood feel easier in every season.Connect with KendraWebsiteFacebookInstagramFavorite Quotes“There is a disconnect with what we think and believe about homemaking and home management. The tasks we're doing - cleaning, cooking, laundry - and all of those things, are components of it. But homemaking is also about the things you're cultivating within your family.”“Urgent and important are two different things. The problem is we've confused the two in our brains, and now it's hard to prioritize because everything feels like it should be important instead of sitting down and deciding what's actually important for you.”“Breaking something down into its absolute simplest form is the greatest way to take away the overwhelm and actually turn it into something productive.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:How it’s possible to start a business amidst managing your homeTips for removing the friction points in your business and home lifeWhy mompreneurs shouldn’t feel shame and stressHaving the right mindset and beliefs to avoid the overwhelmThe art of distinguishing between urgent and importantLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #227.  About Laura: Dr. Laura DeCesaris is a functional medicine doctor who serves as a health and performance coach for busy, driven women. She helps female entrepreneurs align their brain and body for optimal health so they can maintain their high-performance lifestyle without burning out.Connect with LauraWebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInFavorite Quotes“As women, when it comes to our health and our body, we've grown up in a way that's very disconnected with them.”“So many of the women I work with who are very driven, motivated entrepreneurs, their level of normal, what they can handle, is so much more than the average person’s. It's all relative. So from person to person, burnout can feel very different.”“ Don't be afraid to make sure you're doing things that really light you up and keep you excited.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:How our own health - mental and physical - is crucial to effectively run our businessesHow health shouldn’t be a standalone bucketTrusting your intuition and how your body responds to situationsAvoiding burnout by understanding not every person’s level of productivity or intensity is the sameWhy burnout and depression can go hand-in-hand (and how to avoid both!)Daily routines to help you get into a healthier stateLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #226.  About Veronica: Veronica is a product manager, podcaster, and technology evangelist living in San Francisco. At Adobe, she is a senior product manager and evangelist on the Creative Cloud Express team, where she works to help social media creators, marketers, and influencers bring their brands and creative ideas to the masses. Veronica has also worked extensively as a public speaker, startup advisor, and presenter for companies of all sizes, including IBM, Intel, Sony, AOL, Discovery Digital, and more.Connect with VeronicaFacebookTwitterInstagramMentioned on the ShowAdobe ExpressUrban DecayGlossierDr. BeckyDiscordFavorite Quotes“All brands have a story to tell. It might be what their mission is, who they're trying to help, what problem they're trying to solve, or even what products they're trying to advertise. Having that consistency, both visually and in the brand voice, is gonna really help customers understand who you are, what you're trying to do, and what you're trying to put out there.” “Knowing where your customers are is a big thing. Depending on what story you're trying to tell, a different platform might be better suited for that particular conversation. Your customers will tell you where they want to engage with you the most.”“The one thing that stays consistent across all social platforms is finding a niche, sticking to it, and having that be what you're known for. It's almost like the smaller, the better because you're always going to find your people on social. You're always going to find people who love hearing or relate to that story.  So being consistent there is going to really help.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:Mistakes we’re constantly committing in creating contentWhy telling your brand story helps reign people inThe disconnect in creating vs. sharing contentCreating a visual that lends itself to your brand storyVideo trends that make it oh-so-easy to put out contentShareable assets to create for your podcastHow having a content plan (and sticking to it) makes life easy  Love the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #225.  About Violet: Violet Rainwater is a catalyst for healthy workplaces and helps teams thrive through her interactive keynotes and Innovative workshops. As a high-achieving, top-performing sales professional, Violet experienced a complete mental collapse because of debilitating anxiety from decades of running on empty. From this experience, Violet has dedicated her life to empowering entrepreneurs, sales teams, and leaders with the tools and resources she discovered that transformed her life and business.Violet brings a powerful framework for operating at our highest level. With a background in corporate sales in the financial service industry,She's been a rainmaker from early on in her career. She is a multi-time, Million Dollar Round Table Qualifier - a designation held by less than 8 percent of all financial professionals. Now, Violet is a transformational speaker and sales architect, delivering impactful and engaging keynotes and training that fuse human behavior, real-world experience, and high-energy fun. Professionals walk away equipped, engaged, and energized with an innovative toolbox to operate at peak performance - without sacrificing wellbeing.Connect with VioletWebsiteFacebookFavorite Quotes“I can choose what I want to think about, but in reality, it's not that simple. So the mindset is not the cause - it's the effect. The cause is how we were programmed. I like to call it your vibe set: how your energy was set at a really young age.”“When we're triggered, we are not in a peaceful state. And a peaceful state is our natural state and that's the state we want to respond to. We never want to respond when we're triggered, angry or terrified.”“People are suffering every day and they don't have to. And not only are they suffering, but they're also not sharing their gifts. They're not shining their light. And that's what the world needs. We need more people to shine in the light.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:What’s holding us back from being our best selvesEveryday triggers that can negatively impact our businessesMindsets that we need to mend - or unleashActionable steps towards the journey of healingLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
Episode #224.  About Becca: Becca Harpain is the self-taught website designer turned educator behind InsideTheSquare. She helps entrepreneurs get started with Squarespace, offering free training and tutorials on her YouTube channel. Her videos have been viewed over one million times in just three short years! From creation to customization, she is the go-to gal for all things Squarespace.When she’s not creating new codes or tutorials to share with the world wide web, you can find her running, hiking, and backpacking her way across the trails of the Pacific Northwest.Connect with BeccaWebsiteInstagramFacebookYouTubeFavorite Quotes“About 80% of consumers visit a website for a business before doing business with them. You really do need to have a website that has a positive impact on people who might be interested in working with you. It's not something that you can just throw up there and call it good to go. It's going to be the first impression. And it's so important to remember this first impression.”“Give every page on your website a purpose, a specific call to action, or the next step for the person seeing that actual page. They need something to do next, so make sure you actually explicitly state that on your website.”“Don't be afraid to get started with these website builders. Even if you have no experience with web design, they are so incredibly easy. These days, you don't have to spend. $30,000 hiring some professional to build the most amazing website in the world.”In This Episode You’ll Learn:Building our site as a tool to support growing our business How we can get our sites to convert betterKeeping your website content aligned with your current offer, whether you’re starting fresh or just doing some little tweaksHiring the right professional to work on your siteWhy every page has a purpose and a call to actionMentioned on the Show:SquarespaceWordPressLove the show? Then why don’t you:Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.Subscribe to the show.Tag us on Instagram @go.to.gal or Jaclyn @jaclyn_mellone and let us know what you think or what and who you’d want to hear on the show!Want to become a Gal Pal? Head on over to this link to Become a Go-To Gal Podcast Insider
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