June 12, 2019
This week we bring you 14-year-old millionaire prodigy Alina Morse—CEO and co-founder of Zolli Candy; an all- natural, sugar free candy brand that cleans your teeth. Founding her company at seven-years-old , Alina’s determination to offer a product that could truly help others was the driving force that launched her product into the market.
June 5, 2019
This week, we welcome Brianna Wiest—an accomplished writer who proves the notion of a starving artist is just a myth, and that persistence and consistency can turn a creative endeavor into a financially lucrative business. She shares a variety of ways to have your work viewed by the right people to have your stories shared in various publications. Brianna also chats with us about the victim mindset and what one needs to do to overcome the obstacle of feeling like the world is against you.
May 29, 2019
Do you ever have those days when you feel like you can take on the world? Natalie Norton calls this being “radically productive”. Natalie joins the show to share how to balance a crazy workload with consistent progress in your personal and work life. Tune-in to catch her tips and tricks on how you can be radically productive every day.
May 22, 2019
Motivational leader, Trent Shelton joins the show to talk about the importance of finding your purpose and doing what you love. Explore the ways Shelton's newest book—The Greatest You can help in your personal and business life!
May 15, 2019
Serena Flowers, creator of the General Store at Coachella music festival, shares her insight to negotiating and closing those seemingly impossible sales. Landing her store in various music festivals across the country, her formula to success seems to be the real deal.
May 8, 2019
Do you know the difference between business and personal credit, and the importance of keeping them separate? Credit professional and educator, Gerri Detweiler from NAV, joins the show to share why this separation is crucial to the entrepreneurial business. Featured in 300+ media outlets, and author of hundreds of articles and five books—Gerri has the credit expertise you need.
May 1, 2019
Born into a family of wine entrepreneurs, Marisa Sergi knew it was a legacy she wanted to carry on. Attending Cornell and majoring in Enology and Viticulture, she used her experience from her family to make wine for her capstone project. Fast forward eight years later, RedHead wine is growing each year landing in major stores on the East Coast. This episode highlights Marisa’s achievements, despite the personal challenges she faced growing up.
April 24, 2019
GET READY! This week, Megan Elliott—one of Atlanta’s top ten bloggers—joins the show to discuss her journey and what it takes to become a successful blogger.
April 17, 2019
Did you know children at the age of three can understand the importance of saving and spending? For April Literacy Month, we spoke with a special guest on the Make Yourself podcast...Jeneane Glista, creator of the Emmy winning show Biz Kids. Jeneane shared with us how she teaches financial literacy and entrepreneurship to children; helping them manage their finances, and teaching them how to be financially responsible.
Tune-in for some foundational insight that’s applicable to any business and all ages.
April 10, 2019
Kristen Hadeed, motivational speaker and author of Permission to Screw Up, joins the show to talk about her entrepreneurial journey. With a driven spirit at just 8 years old, Kristen was always looking for new ventures to immerse herself in; overcoming any obstacles that stood in her way. Now the CEO of Student Maid, she’s acquired her fair share of wisdom. Tune-in this week for some unforgettable tips and motivation to becoming the entrepreneur you want to be!