“It really helped with building my mental capacity to expect change and expect the waves in life. There are ups and downs and you have to stick with it. – on wakeboarding ” -Jacqueline Au Her Story of Success… In this new series from Her Story of Success, we’re highlighting the stories of women who […]
Lily Hansen has built her career around her passion for conversation. As an author, writer and speaker, she has interviewed more than 1,000 people all over the world, and she’s an advocate for better conversation and deeper connection in an increasingly digital age.
After working as a freelance music journalist, Lily found herself at a crossroads in her career and decided to pursue a new creative project. She started compiling interviews and portrait photography into a book, called Word of Mouth: Nashville Conversations.
Hayley Dickson has always been driven to find “success” in her career. After a decade in the entertainment business, rising from executive assistant to a SVP at Fremantle Media, the largest media production and distribution company in Europe, she realized she wasn’t fulfilled.
While exiting the entertainment arena, a conversation with her financial advisor led to an offer from his company, Northwestern Mutual. In her first year, Hayley was No. 1 in the Western Region among advisors with fewer than five years at the company, and in 2019 she was named one of the Los Angeles Business Journal’s Most Influential Wealth Managers.
Cynthia Johnson, Co-Founder & CEO of Bell + Ivy wrote Platform: The Art & Science of Personal Branding for “normal people.” She is on the podcast today to share whether we are a CEO, entrepreneur, or employee why it is important for us to own our personal brand and some steps we can take audit our online brand. Cynthia shares why it is important for us to advocate for ourselves, our work, and learn how to ask for what we want.
Vicki Saunders is an entrepreneur, award-winning mentor, advisor to the next generation of change makers and leading advocate for entrepreneurship as a way of creating positive transformation in the world. Vicki is Founder of SheEO and #radicalgenerosity a global initiative to radically transform how we support finance and celebrate female entrepreneurs.
Jess Ekstrom, Founder & CEO of Headbands of Hope shares the humble beginnings of Headbands of Hope, why she started a social enterprise instead of a nonprofit, and some of the lessons learned from her book Chasing the Bright Side. They discuss some of the challenges Jess faced growing her company, how she redefines what entrepreneurship means, and how she’s passionate about humanizing the hustle.