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Author: Hilary Johnson

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I’m endlessly fascinated by stories of average humans doing epic stuff. Often it’s not what they’re doing that’s so alluring, but rather HOW they’re doing it.

If we all wake up with the same number of hours in the day, how is it that what we create, experience, and accomplish in a day, a month, or a year, can be so different?

On Art of Doing, I explore this question through interviews with inspiring people and the occasional Jam Session. Sometimes we geek out on the research and science behind how humans get things get done. Sometimes we get a little spiritual and explore the softer side of accomplishments. Sometimes we dig deep into routines and the practical steps that help us move us from point A to B. Often we talk about the mindset shift required to move beyond our perceived limitations toward a life really well lived.

If there’s one thing that’s certain, there is no one way of doing anything. In that spirit, Doing becomes an Art, and an interesting Art at that.

Welcome to the Art of Doing.

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After a year and a half, and 77 episodes, we’re taking a break! Thank you so much to everyone who’s been with us on this journey...our listeners, our guests, our sponsors, and the kids who’ve had to endure their parents listening to the show on the ride to school. [Kiddos, I believe the seeds of entrepreneurship have been planted inside of you now, and I can’t wait to see them blossom!]If this news makes you sad, email us at hello@hatchtribe.com. That might just encourage us to get it back together and come back sooner.In the meantime connect with us at Hatch Tribe. We have an exciting year ahead and we can’t wait to share it with you!Connect with Hilary Johnson & Hatch Tribe:Website: https://www.hatchtribe.com/Members Circle: https://members.hatchtribe.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hatchtribe/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hatchtribe/
Tara Pixley is an assistant professor of visual journalism at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. As a scholar of lens-based media, she works at the intersection of journalism studies, visual culture and critical race, gender and queer theory, particularly as it relates to re-visioning oppressed populations in the digital new(s) media sphere.She is an award-winning journalist, filmmaker and photographer who co-founded Reclaim Photo and Authority Collective — two organizations dedicated to de-colonizing visual media industry and individual practices. Her film and photographic work intersects with her scholarship, each addressing the problematics of representation and the possibility of contemporary visual media to reimagine historically misrepresented/underrepresented communities.Dr. Pixley’s published written and photographic work has appeared in the New York Times, Newsweek, ProPublica, Nieman Reports, PhotoVoice, ESPN Magazine, Scholastic, Billboard and many more news outlets. Her commercial clients include Footlocker, Wells Fargo, Nike, Cushman Wakefield, MilkLife and many others. She is currently working on a book chronicling the move toward equity and inclusion in the visual journalism industry.We explore these hot topics!If you verbalize the concern, be part of the solutionHow little interventions begin huge movementsIndifference as the most successful tool of oppressionWhat’s really happening in mainstream newsOwning your part of creating a more diverse, accepting cultureBeing open to the possibility that you might be wrong, and that another person’s perspective may just be right!Try Teami Blends!We have a special offer for Art of Podcast listeners. Save 20% on orders of $49.99 or more at www.teamiblends.com with the code HATCHTRIBE! We love the 30 Day Detox & the Green Tea Face Mask!Connect with Tara Pixley:Instagram + Twitter: @tlpixWebsite: tarapixley.comAuthority Collective: www.authoritycollective.orgConnect with Hilary Johnson & Hatch Tribe:Website: https://www.hatchtribe.comMembers Circle: https://members.hatchtribe.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/hatchtribeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/hatchtribeFREE BOOK DOWNLOAD!Get a FREE copy of "The Girls Guide to Surviving the Startup" written by Hilary Johnson, founder of Hatch Tribe. http://hatchtribe.pages.ontraport.net/girls-guide-download
Elle Drouin is the founder of The Styled Stock Society and human behind @mochiandthecity. After several years working as the Director of Marketing & Digital Strategy for e-commerce businesses, Elle launched her own business to focus on helping other women build brands that are as profitable as they are pretty. Elle currently runs the Styled Stock Society, a stylish stock photography membership for female entrepreneurs, as well as works as a commercial photographer for beauty and lifestyle brands. Elle's dog Mochi is a 3-year-old maltipoo model and influencer with over 100,000 followers. Elle and Mochi have been featured on Entrepreneur, Refinery29, the Today Show, and a number of other media outlets. They've collaborated with brands like ABC, American Express, Disney, Google, and The Ritz-Carlton and also use their platform to raise awareness for organizations like the Humane Society and (RED).We explore these hot topics!Getting feedback from your customers, but not letting it get you down when it’s negative Handling those moments when your perfectionist tendencies get in the wayHow to bring an idea to market quickly and get feedback from your audienceBatching your month by creating focus WEEKS vs. focus DAYSHow you never really “arrive” at the moment when everything is figured outLearning to adapt & evolve as you go to continue growing in life & businessTry Teami Blends!We have a special offer for Art of Podcast listeners. Save 20% on orders of $49.99 or more at www.teamiblends.com with the code HATCHTRIBE! We love the 30 Day Detox & the Green Tea Face Mask!Connect with Elle Drouin:Website: http://elledrouin.com Styled Stock Society: http://styledstocksociety.com Styled Stock Society social media link: InstagramElle's social media links: Facebook | Instagram | TwitterConnect with Hilary Johnson & Hatch Tribe:Website: https://www.hatchtribe.com/Members Circle: https://members.hatchtribe.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hatchtribe/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hatchtribe/FREE BOOK DOWNLOAD!Get a FREE copy of "The Girls Guide to Surviving the Startup" written by Hilary Johnson, founder of Hatch Tribe. http://hatchtribe.pages.ontraport.net/girls-guide-download.
Jen Caruso is a live event enthusiast. She’s been in the festival scene for more than 10 years, helping pull off some of the largest and most legendary festivals in the country. With extensive onsite experience at Bonnaroo, Country Jam, Coachella, SXSW, and hundreds of other events, Caruso is a festival freelance powerhouse.It all started with her first festival gig at the inaugural Bonnaroo. From there, Caruso’s love for her craft has taken her on the road. She has spent several years pursuing every facet of the industry: Site Ops, Festival Director, RFID consultant, Beverage Director, Visual Design Manager—you name it. Caruso’s real forte is a creative melding of productions, operations, and onsite activations. This self-proclaimed happen-maker lives by her conviction that we are all lost without being a part of something greater than ourselves.We explore these hot topics!Pursuing your passionFinding your sense a peace when you’re away from homeRoad tripping in the RVBeing fully presentHandling complexity under pressureAnd music...the sweet, sweet love of music!Try Teami Blends!We have a special offer for Art of Podcast listeners. Save 20% on orders of $49.99 or more at www.teamiblends.com with the code HATCHTRIBE! We love the 30 Day Detox & the Green Tea Face Mask!Connect with Jen Caruso:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carusoforlifeCompany Instragram: https://www.instagram.com/CarusopresentsWebsite: www.carusopresents.com LinkedIn: Caruso PresentsConnect with Hilary Johnson & Hatch Tribe:Website: https://www.hatchtribe.comMembers Circle: https://members.hatchtribe.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hatchtribFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/hatchtribeFREE BOOK DOWNLOAD!Get a FREE copy of "The Girls Guide to Surviving the Startup" written by Hilary Johnson, founder of Hatch Tribe. http://hatchtribe.pages.ontraport.net/girls-guide-download.
“Stop thinking and start doing! Fear and self doubt come when you’re thinking, not when you’re doing.” - Adi ArezziniAdi Arezzini is co-founder and CEO of Teami, a lifestyle brand centered around using all-natural, plant-based ingredients - like premium loose-leaf teas - to help customers live happier, healthier lives. Teami’s product line ranges from wellness blends to tea-infused skincare.From a young age, Adi was taught the benefits of holistic health and plant-based eating by her health-conscious mother. At 19, Adi served as a combat trainer for the Israel Defense Force, and later, after returning home to Florida, qualified as a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) certified personal trainer. After years of life in the army barracks, Adi realized her gut wasn’t functioning properly, due to a lack of access to quality nutrition. Despite trying different diets, supplements and more, nothing seemed to help with her lagging digestive system, inability to go to the bathroom and painful bloating.Soon Adi began experimenting with loose leaf tea blends as a natural remedy. These high quality teas Adi made uncovered the root of her problem: an excess of toxins built up in her digestive tract. After realizing her “secret sauce” blend also solved similar digestion issues with her friends, Adi saw the potential and began looking to different varieties of tea to combat other common issues: fatigue, depleted immune system, stress and insomnia. Researching, creating, blending and sourcing these teas wasn’t just a passion for Adi, it because her purpose and, soon, her expertise.At just 23, Adi created Teami in her mother’s bedroom. She saw Teami as a way to help people becom ehealthier and happier, with teas to solve everyday issues.Today, Adi has since grown the lifestyle tea brand to include tea-infused beauty oils and green tea mask + scrub. Teami is quickly outgrowing their 13,000 square foot office-warehouse hybrid located in Seminole, Florida and is sold nationally at Ulta Beauty, Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Vitamin World, Riley Rose and more as well as online at www.teamiblends.com We explore these hot topics!The importance of consistency & getting into actionHow leadership skills develop over timeWhat she looks for in new hires Tackling your to-do list with a solid win firstWhat she’s learned throughout 5 years of growing her businessAnd why you need to GO ALL IN!Try Teami Blends!We have a special offer for Art of Podcast listeners. Save 20% on orders of $49.99 or more at www.teamiblends.com with the code HATCHTRIBE! We love the 30 Day Detox & the Green Tea Face Mask!Connect with Adi Arezzeni & Teami:Website: www.teamiblends.comInstagram: www.instagram.com/teamiblendsAdi’s Instagram: www.instagram.com/adiarezziniConnect with Hilary Johnson & Hatch Tribe:Website: https://www.hatchtribe.com/Members Circle: https://members.hatchtribe.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hatchtribe/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hatchtribe/FREE BOOK DOWNLOAD!Get a FREE copy of "The Girls Guide to Surviving the Startup" written by Hilary Johnson, founder of Hatch Tribe. http://hatchtribe.pages.ontraport.net/girls-guide-download
It’s been months in the making and today we’re delighted to share a conversation between Hilary and Meg Gray, the Director of Customer Success and Operations at Kiva. Kiva is an international nonprofit, founded in 2005 and based in San Francisco, with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. They support people looking to create a better future for themselves, their families and their communities.By lending as little as $25 on Kiva, anyone can help a borrower start or grow a business, go to school, access clean energy or realize their potential. For some, it’s a matter of survival, for others it’s the fuel for a life-long ambition.To date Hilary & Hatch Tribe have issued over 147 loans to women entrepreneurs in 66 countries, and we’re just getting started. We believe it’s our responsibility to pay it forward and give back, furthering Hatch Tribe’s mission to help women entrepreneurs launch and grow their businesses across the world.Today on the show you’ll hear from Meg Gray. She believes that technology has the power to create opportunity for all. In her current role as the Director of Customer Success and Operations at Kiva, she engages lenders and partner organizations to grow the impact Kiva has through its online microlending platform.Meg has always gotten a thrill out making systems work better, especially when alleviating poverty is the goal. Through a mix of process development, product management and testing new ideas, she is focused on increasing efficiency to facilitate sustainable growth. These traits show up in her previous roles at Kiva as well as her past work at SHARE El Salvador, the Child Care Resource Center and as Chair of the Board of the Refugee Center Online.Outside of work, Meg is an avid baker and reader who dreams of running the perfect little bookstore/cafe in an alternate life. (We love this! And hey, it could happen in this lifetime!)We explore these hot topics!The impact of microlending The lack of access to capital for women, barriers such as collateral, and what Kiva is doing to change thatHow entrepreneurs in the United States can access a 0% interest loan through Kiva. Learn more HERE. “Income smoothing” and how entrepreneurship increases wellbeing and care for families (ie. being able to feed your children & take a sick one to the doctor versus have to choose one or the other)The intersection of women’s rights, womens empowerment, and entrepreneurshipAnd Kiva’s recent announcement of a MOU with the government of Sierra Leone to develop a true “Credit Bureau”. Read more HERE. DO 1 THING:This week your mission is to Issue a loan via Kiva! With just $25 you are creating new opportunity & possibility for entrepreneurs across the world. Join the Hatch Tribe lending team at this link and then let us know what loans you invest in!Together we can change the world. For realz.Connect with Hilary Johnson & Hatch Tribe:WebsiteMembers CircleInstagramFacebookFREE BOOK DOWNLOAD!Get a FREE copy of "The Girls Guide to Surviving the Startup" written by Hilary Johnson, founder of Hatch Tribe. Download HERE.
“The long term interest of your company is not served well when your ego is doing the decision making.” ~ Dan Sachs On today’s episode Hilary sits down with Dan Sachs, author of The Million Dollar Greeting, Entrepreneur in Residence & Professor of Entrepreneurship at DePaul University, and President of the Meerkat Restaurant Advisory. For more than twenty years, Dan has helped established and emerging businesses use hospitality practices to strengthen employee morale, customer retention, and profits. In The Million Dollar Greeting, readers accompany Dan as he travels across the United States and Canada, interviewing leaders from both large and small companies including Zingerman’s Delicatessen, Brooklyn Brewery, Zappos, Hyatt Hotels, and more. We explore these hot topics!: Why the most successful entrepreneurs are disciplined in giving focus to the “less joyous” parts of their job How to see criticism as an opportunity Why you must leave your ego at the door Why real genuine guidance & listening is the best gift we can offer millennials right now What is means to practice meaningful empathy in the workplace Being consistent with your values And a wonderful, open conversation about what we need to do to see a more diverserepresentation of women, people of color, and ethnicities represented in entrepreneurship Get your copy of The Million Dollar Greeting right here. Connect with Dan Sachs: Website:https://www.themilliondollargreeting.com/ Connect with Hilary Johnson and Hatch Tribe: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook FREE BOOK DOWNLOAD! Get a FREE copy of "The Girls Guide to Surviving the Startup" written by Hilary Johnson, founder of Hatch Tribe. http://hatchtribe.pages.ontraport.net/girls-guide-download
On today’s episode Hilary sits down with Tiffany Pham, the Founder & CEO of Mogul, an award-winning worldwide platform enabling women to connect, share information, and access knowledge from each other. A coder, she developed the first version of Mogul, which now reaches 18 million women per week from over 196 countries and 30,470 cities worldwide. As the founder of Mogul—praised by Sheryl Sandberg as the #1 millennial platform—Tiffany Pham created a global technology and media empire by the age of 27. As living proof that the old rules of success no longer apply, Tiffany writes the new rules for following your passions and forging your own path in an age of disruption. Traditionally, the word “mogul” has been attributed to men. But Tiffany Pham has redefined it—now, when you Google the word, the top search result is the company she founded: Mogul. The platform enables millions of women, across 196 countries, to connect, share information, and access knowledge. So how did a young woman—who arrived in the United States without speaking a word of English—turn a dream of connecting women into a fulfilling career and a highly profitable company that has changed so many lives? We explore these hot topics! Why you should never give up That a “no” is often just a “not right now” How listening to Dale Carnegie tapes as a kid not only taught her to speak English, but also her favorite mantra for navigating life & business Enlisting role models to support her vision & growth What it means to be a mogul Failure is the best teacher & she’s sharing it all in You Are A Mogul! Get your copy of You Are A Mogul right here or email alana@onmogul.com for a 25% discount! Connect with Tiffany Pham: Website Twitter Instagram Connect with Hilary Johnson & Hatch Tribe: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook FREE BOOK DOWNLOAD! Get a FREE copy of "The Girls Guide to Surviving the Startup" written by Hilary Johnson, founder of Hatch Tribe. http://hatchtribe.pages.ontraport.net/girls-guide-download
Doesn’t it feel amazing to dream about the future? You might dream about the big successful business you’ve created, the $100,000 you’re making each yeah, the awesome employees who work on your team, and a life that’s full of fun, excitement, and vacation to tropical islands every now and again. The dream is often what keeps us alive as entrepreneurs. But as Mark Manson would say, “What kind of $hit sandwich do you want?” because that dream is going to come with some $hit sandwiches. There will be challenges in the pursuit of your goals. Sometimes those challenges will feel like insurmountable odds. There may be blood, sweat, and tears. There may wild peaks & valleys in your finances. There may be moments when you want to shut the whole business down & run away to South America. So what gives?! Let’s talk it out on this week’s episode. --- HAVE QUESTIONS? Have questions or a topic you’d love for us to tackle? Shoot us an email at hello@hatchtribe.com. --- JOIN THE TRIBE: Ready to grow your business & your tribe? The Hatch Tribe Members Circle is our VIP online platform built just for female founders like you! With exclusive content, events, courses, and a killer community, you'll never feel alone & isolated as an entrepreneur again. We've got you. https://www.hatchtribe.com/memberscircle/ --- CONNECT WITH HATCH TRIBE: Instagram Facebook Website Podcast --- ABOUT THE HOST: Hilary Johnson is on a mission to help women entrepreneurs develop powerful, profitable and sustainable businesses. As a serial entrepreneur and business coach, she recognized the need firsthand for true community, support, and education. This led her to create Hatch Tribe, an organization devoted to cultivating and connecting women entrepreneurs across the world. She is the host of the “Art of Doing Podcast” and author of "A Girls Guide to Surviving the Startup with Your Mind, Body, and Soul Intact", an encouraging read that imparts road-tested wisdom for tackling the inner and outer work of being the boss. When she’s not working you’ll find her traveling the world with a single carry-on bag. Her favorite quote & mantra is “Live Loud. Eat Well. Travel Often." Get Your Copy of “Surviving the Startup”: https://amzn.to/2IeOCPb
On today’s episode Hilary sits down with Susan Marett, an entrepreneur who has been there, done that, lived to tell the tale with nearly 20 years of experience. But she’ll also tell you that she doesn’t know it all, she’s still learning, and she still has big dreams for what lies ahead. Susan Marett has passionately resolved dog and puppy problems since 1999 through her company Purely Positive. She’s a dedicated and certified trainer and separation anxiety specialist, providing relief from isolation distress to clients around the world. Like many entrepreneurs, Susan juggles her career, spouse, kids, and everyday responsibilities. And while she loves it all—she knows that clients don’t have time for mountains of homework or tasks that don’t address their dog’s specific training needs. Clients love her compassionate but practical approach. We explore these hot topics! That your business is more important than one client Being an INFJ (Myers Briggs) and what that’s taught her about how she interacts with the world Taking criticism with grace Following the golden rule, especially when it comes to online reviews! Remember that it’s not always about you (shocker!) The intersection of women’s rights & entrepreneurship The power of choice Connect with Susan Marett: Purely Positive Rescue My Rescue (Coming Soon!) Connect with Hilary Johnson and Hatch Tribe: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook FREE BOOK DOWNLOAD! Get a FREE copy of "The Girls Guide to Surviving the Startup" written by Hilary Johnson, founder of Hatch Tribe. http://hatchtribe.pages.ontraport.net/girls-guide-download
Running a business isn't all sunshine, rainbows, and unicorns...though it sure would be fun it it were, right? Today Hilary, the founder of Hatch Tribe, shares a few specific traits she sees successful entrepreneurs embody day in & day out. And no, it's not sexy stuff. But it is the stuff that counts. Curious what it is? Check out this week’s episode to find out! --- HAVE QUESTIONS? Have questions or a topic you’d love for us to tackle? Shoot us an email at hello@hatchtribe.com. --- JOIN THE TRIBE: Ready to grow your business & your tribe? The Hatch Tribe Members Circle is our VIP online platform built just for female founders like you! With exclusive content, events, courses, and a killer community, you'll never feel alone & isolated as an entrepreneur again. We've got you. https://www.hatchtribe.com/memberscircle/ --- CONNECT WITH HATCH TRIBE: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook --- ABOUT THE HOST: Hilary Johnson is on a mission to help women entrepreneurs develop powerful, profitable and sustainable businesses. As a serial entrepreneur and business coach, she recognized the need firsthand for true community, support, and education. This led her to create Hatch Tribe, an organization devoted to cultivating and connecting women entrepreneurs across the world. She is the host of the “Art of Doing Podcast” and author of "A Girls Guide to Surviving the Startup with Your Mind, Body, and Soul Intact", an encouraging read that imparts road-tested wisdom for tackling the inner and outer work of being the boss. When she’s not working you’ll find her traveling the world with a single carry-on bag. Her favorite quote & mantra is “Live Loud. Eat Well. Travel Often”. Get Your Copy of “Surviving the Startup”: https://amzn.to/2IeOCPb
On today’s episode Hilary sits down with Cinelle Barnes, essayist, memoirist, and author of the recently published “Monsoon Mansion." Books have been the one constant in her life—through her tumultuous childhood in the Philippines, her years living as an undocumented immigrant in the New York City, her time as a new bride living in the American South, and as she completed her MFA program and began writing about her secrets. Barnes is also an AWP Journal Intro Award nominee, a Kundiman Creative Non-Fiction Intensive Fellow, a VONA/Voices alum for political content writing at the University of Pennsylvania, a presenter and panelist on Diversity in Literature at the Creative Writing Studies Conference at Warren Wilson College, a founding member of the C.D. Wright Women Writers Conference, a screener for WILLA: Women Writing the American West, and the incoming writer-in-residence at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Literary Hub, Buzzfeed, South 85, TAYO Literary Journal, Skirt!, West Of, Your Life Is A Trip, the Piccolo Spoleto Fiction Series, and Hub City Press’s online anthology, Multicultural Spartanburg. Her first book, Monsoon Mansion: A Memoir, arrives in May 2018 from Little A/Amazon Publishing. Barnes teaches writing workshops throughout the year, including Poses and Prose, a yoga + writing workshop. We explore these hot topics! The beautiful, albeit complicated, process of writing a book The discipline of writing daily for hours each day, and how much of her book was written with one hand while holding and breastfeeding her daughter The power of the 3x5 index card The necessity of play “Let’s go back to the beginning” as a tool for breaking down breakdowns! The pursuit of long term goals, like writing a book that took over 5 years to reach publication ;) Connect with Cinelle Barnes: Website “Monsoon Mansion” Connect with Hilary Johnson and Hatch Tribe: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook
A few months ago, completely fed up with feeling less than stellar after the occasional glass of wine, I decided to sign up for the 30-Day No Alcohol Challenge hosted by James Swanick. Each day you receive a new video lesson to help support your journey of living alcohol free, and that’s how I came to learn about today’s guest, fellow entrepreneur & author, Caitlin Padgett. Caitlin Padgett is a certified coach for women who struggle with alcohol, creator of Redefining Sobriety and Amazon bestselling author of “Drink Less, Be More”. She supports women through her private practice and group programs online and leads transformational retreats in Mexico. So for all of you boss babes who kick back with a cocktail to take the edge off a challenging day at work, listen up! We explore these hot topics! The Work Hard, Play Hard Lifestyle...and the missing component of self-care What needs are being fulfilled by alcohol that could be fulfilled by something else? Why it’s wise to avoid having a drink during those moments when you think “I really could use a drink right about now!” Getting comfortable being uncomfortable” Nourishing your mind, body, and spirit with a morning routine” The link between how you start your morning & how you finish your day” And my favorite new concept introduced by Caitlin… “Take EXQUISITE care of yourself.”” Exquisite...Count me in. Connect with Caitlin Padgett: Website: http://www.redefiningsobriety.com/ Connect with Hilary Johnson and Hatch Tribe: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook
On today’s episode we are joined by one badass entrepreneur, Shelley Lowther. She is the founder of Dancing Dogs Yoga and the lead trainer for the DDY 200 and 300 Hour teacher training programs. She is a a 500 Hour Certified Baptiste Teacher and has trained hundreds of yoga teachers all over the world. Shelley is a kale-smoothie-drinking, goal-smashing junkie, activist and entrepreneur. She believes in inclusivity, diversity, and authenticity as the building blocks of strong community. She is committed to building community and empowering people wherever she goes. Shelley lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband and badass dog, Holli the Lab, and she believes in magic. We explore these hot topics! Embodying your core values What embracing diversity really means & taking a proactive approach Interesting perspectives on the use of the word empowerment The business of yoga & why it sometimes get a bad rap Why you should just be real (because people can smell your BS from a mile away, even on Instagram) Social media as a tool, not the end-all-be-all platform What’s actually going on behind the photo in your Instagram feed (see this article: https://www.inc.com/jessica-stillman/people-are-revealing-truth-behind-their-happy-looking-social-media-posts-its-heartbreaking.html) What is means to live a badass life Being real AF And Shelley’s key takeaway… “You don’t have to DO all the time. It’s ok to just BE.” Connect with Shelley Lowther: Dancing Dogs Yoga This Badass Life Website This Badass Life Instagram Connect with Hilary Johnson and Hatch Tribe: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook
On today’s episode we are joined by Lynette Hundermark all the way from Cape Town, South Africa! With over 20 years of experience in the tech, digital marketing and mobile solutions space, Hundermark co-founded specialist mobile solutions consultancy Useful & Beautiful. With a passion for developing digital products that are aligned to business goals, Hundermark’s appetite for keeping abreast of the latest industry trends has established her as an expert in digital, and is regarded as an opinion leader in Africa making her one of top 30 most influential women in SA digital marketing. She has appeared in Fast Company, Forbes, and is currently a finalist in the Regional Business Woman of the Year Awards (run by the Business Women’s Association of SA). Hundermark has created some of the most successful mobile solutions in Africa and has previously worked in the UK as an enterprise developer. Hundermark’s experience spans the petrochemical, retail, financial, entertainment sectors, with clients that include Engen, Ster-Kinekor, bidorbuy, Hollard, and General Electric. Currently she works with her company guiding leading brands in their digital and customer experience initiatives. Hundermark also speaks regularly at a variety of local and international tech conferences and is frequently quoted in SA and African media. She also spends her spare time supporting “Women in Tech initiatives” and mentoring app students at the University of Western Cape. We explore these hot topics! Pursuing a career in the male dominated industry of tech Motherhood redefining the kind of work Lynette wanted to do The importance of mentorship Work/life balance is “making all your worlds work!" “Give it 1000 days!” - On the length of time it takes to really figure out your path The landscape of technology in South Africa (Only 50% smartphones and extremely high data costs prompt development of very different tech solutions vs. USA) Connect with Lynette Hundermark: Website Useful and Beautiful Blog Twitter Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Join the Tribe! The wind is in your sails boss lady, but those waves are getting bigger and the beach is out of sight. As you shift out of the start-up phase, you’re feeling the pressure to continue growing, while needing to catch your breath at the same time. We’ve been there, have gotten through, and can help you get there too. From cultivating your client base, growing your team, managing finances, achieving the elusive work/life balance, or whatever keeps you up at night, our Members Circle community has your back. Join a group of smart, savvy and straight-shooting women who are here to answer your burning questions and help you take your business to the next level. Become a Member today! https://members.hatchtribe.com/ Connect with Hilary Johnson and Hatch Tribe: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook
On today’s episode we are joined by Stefani Drake, the Founder of Drake Strategies, a strategic communications firm dedicated to telling the stories of nonprofits, NGOs and humanitarians around the world. As a strategy consultant + speaker, she has over a decade of experience working in the US government, international NGO space and with nonprofits. Currently on the UNDP's Roster of Communication Experts in Subsaharan Africa + certified in Google Analytics, Stefani is an analytical thinker and thoughtful storyteller who works with nonprofits + humanitarians to define who they are, elevate their influence and broaden their impact through strategic communications, branding + advocacy. Stefani lives in Charleston, South Carolina with her husband, twin girls and rescue dogs. We explore these hot topics! Motherhood & entrepreneurship...it’s not always pretty folks ;) Making a difference in the world & being kind while doing it How consistency & patience are so underrated Connect with Stefani Drake: Drake Strategies Website Stefani's personal website + blog Drake Strategies Instagram Drake Strategies Facebook Stephanie's Twitter Feed Stephanie's LinkedIn Page Join the Tribe! The wind is in your sails boss lady, but those waves are getting bigger and the beach is out of sight. As you shift out of the start-up phase, you’re feeling the pressure to continue growing, while needing to catch your breath at the same time. We’ve been there, have gotten through, and can help you get there too. From cultivating your client base, growing your team, managing finances, achieving the elusive work/life balance, or whatever keeps you up at night, our Members Circle community has your back. Join a group of smart, savvy and straight-shooting women who are here to answer your burning questions and help you take your business to the next level. Become a Member today! https://members.hatchtribe.com/ Connect with Hilary Johnson and Hatch Tribe: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook
On today’s episode we are joined by Allison Ramsey, the founder of Empire Life, a conscious tech company based in Austin, Texas and the host of the Empire Life Podcast. Allison & her team help influencers and gamechangers launch online empires & attract their own soulmate clients through digital marketing, brand identity, web development & design, and business strategy. We explore these hot topics! Concentrated attention + focus The importance of asking questions Stepping into your own power People buy from people (good news influencers!) Recovering from perfectionism Instead of controlling everything, learning to let go of the reigns a bit...like sand falling through your hands (love love love this analogy!) Connect with Allison Ramsey: Website Podcast Join the Tribe! The wind is in your sails boss lady, but those waves are getting bigger and the beach is out of sight. As you shift out of the start-up phase, you’re feeling the pressure to continue growing, while needing to catch your breath at the same time. We’ve been there, have gotten through, and can help you get there too. From cultivating your client base, growing your team, managing finances, achieving the elusive work/life balance, or whatever keeps you up at night, our Members Circle community has your back. Join a group of smart, savvy and straight-shooting women who are here to answer your burning questions and help you take your business to the next level. Become a Member today! https://members.hatchtribe.com/ Connect with Hilary Johnson and Hatch Tribe: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook
On today’s episode we are joined by Lauren Schwab, the founder & creator of Unplugged Mornings. Lauren’s goal is to ensure every person she comes into contact with leaves with a bigger smile on their face. Lauren has the tools to transform challenges, realize visions, and inspire others through her example. As well as help others find the freedom of simply being themselves and responding authentically to each moment. Lauren is combining her passions for health, wellness, and helping others to make an impact in this world. She believes in the journey, not the destination and hopes that many people will join her on the journey. She encourages us to truly unplug & to listen in by reminding us that “You have the answers within you already.” Another favorite quote... “Nature never hurries, but everything gets accomplished.” Do you think this is our call to slow down a bit?! For a quick recap on the 9 steps of UNPLUGGED MORNINGS! U - Universe - Deep breath, meditate or pray N - Nourish - Water & fuel P - Play - Fun things L - Learn - Read a book U - Unleash - Forgiveness & letting go of 1 thing each day G - Gratitude - What are you grateful for? Express abundance G - Generosity - What is 1 thing you’ll do today that’s generous for another human being? E - Exercise - Move your body! D - Declare - “I AM” powerful statement Connect with Lauren Schwab: Website Instagram Want a FREE DOWNLOAD of the daily planning tool we live & swear by? Sign up at the link below and the Quad Daily Planner will land in your inbox straight away. http://eepurl.com/dfSXRP To connect with Hilary Johnson / Hatch Tribe: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook
Wish you could get more done in a day? On today’s episode we’re talking about 6 tried & true productivity hacks that actually work! Listen up & put them in play, boss! Want a FREE DOWNLOAD of the daily planning tool we live & swear by? Sign up at the link below and the Quad Daily Planner will land in your inbox straight away. http://eepurl.com/dfSXRP --- To connect with Hatch Tribe & Hilary Johnson visit: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook
On today’s episode we are joined by Amber De La Garza, The Productivity Specialist! Amber is a sought-after coach, trainer, speaker, writer, and the host of the Productivity Straight Talk podcast. She helps entrepreneurs take consistent, massive, focused action in business and equips them with the specific techniques needed to reduce stress, increase profits, make more time for what matters most, and achieve their vision of success. “Productivity is investing your best time into your best activities,” she says and today you’re going to learn her 3 step process for figuring out what those activities are and how to use both data & intuition to create your most productive day. Connect with Amber De La Garza: Get The Stop Screwing Your Productivity Freebie!!! https://amberdelagarza.com/freebies/screw/ Website: http://www.TheProductivitySpecialist.com/ Work with Amber: http://www.TheProductivitySpecialist.com/workwithme/ Productivity Straight Talk Podcast: https://amberdelagarza.com/podcast/ --- Want a FREE DOWNLOAD of the daily planning tool we live & swear by? Sign up at the link below and the Quad Daily Planner will land in your inbox straight away. http://eepurl.com/dfSXRP --- Connect with Hilary Johnson & Hatch Tribe: Website Members Circle Instagram Facebook
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