Her CEO Journey™: The Business Finance Podcast for Mission-Driven Women Entrepreneurs

Weekly show where my featured guests and I explore the financial and business challenges women face on the entrepreneurial journey to success. You'll hear them talk about the money side of their businesses in ways you've always wanted to know about, but wouldn't dare ask. They openly share their disappointments, failures, successes, and everything in-between as they grew sales ranging from 6 to 9 figures. Knowing where your business stands financially helps you make critical decisions with confidence. It's simply the best way to be sure you grow a business that fuels the life you want to live.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 40m. Bisher sind 179 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 4 days 21 hours 4 minutes

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episode 167: How Work For Impact Connects Purposeful Freelancers and Businesses - The Journey of Rita Rodrigues [transcript]


How do you want to grow your business? Almost every founder has thought about scaling their business. Mission-driven founders should also think about growing their business since it offers many benefits, including spreading your mission to reach more people who are most in need of it. Outsourcing can be a great way to elevate both your business and your mission, but finding the right people is not as easy as you might think...


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Building an Ethical Outsourcing Business - The Journey of Michelle Hirons [transcript]


The demand for outsourced expertise is rising. Whether you’re a new, smaller business looking to grow or a bigger company that needs specialized expertise, outsourcing can be a significant tool in your company’s kit.

Outsourcing is a potent tool for addressing these concerns and can help grow your team in ways that will positively impact the business's profitability and sustainability...


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episode 165: Integrating Anti-Oppressive Pay in Compensation Structure - The Journey of Kate Dixon [transcript]


With the proliferation of social justice across various platforms worldwide, many businesses are now attempting to implement pay equity in their compensation structures. However, as a business owner, you have more options than simply implementing pay equity plans for your employees. Instead, consider incorporating anti-oppressive pay into your framework for determining employee compensation...


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episode 164: Growth and Scalability Using the Business Simple™ Method - The Journey of Terri Maxwell [transcript]


Building a conscious business is different from building a traditional one. Conscious businesses emphasize the personal relationship between the buyers and the company. Traditional marketing techniques, which feel inauthentic, do not work on conscious buyers.

Share on Purpose, Inc., founded by Terri Maxwell, provides the professional needed services to create, launch, and invest in companies with innovative, meaningful solutions...


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episode 163: How to Achieve Profitability in Business Using a Bottom-line Growth Approach - The Journey of Leslie Bradford-Scott [transcript]


When it comes to pricing, many entrepreneurs make the mistake of focusing solely on revenue. Higher revenue doesn’t equate to higher profitability. When constructing your pricing model, it’s imperative to focus on your bottom line. Giving too much weight to your top-line number may even lead you to lose out on money without even realizing it...


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 2022-04-14  35m
 
 

episode 162: Creating An Impactful Pricing Strategy to Support Your Mission and Business with Routine’s Co-Founders [transcript]


Pricing your product or service while staying true to the causes your business espouses is a challenging task. A strong pricing strategy incorporates a broad range of factors, and the ones you want to focus on will depend entirely on your business values and ethics.

Co-founders and sisters Neige and Pippa Blair established Routine — a company that makes natural products for your face, body, hair, and home...


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 2022-04-07  38m
 
 

episode 161: How to Price Your Product or Service for the Future with Abeego’s Founder and CEO [transcript]


Why compete when you can innovate? Many entrepreneurs drop their prices as low as they can to compete with existing products on the market, but that's a sure-fire way to lose out. Instead of fighting for a market you don't even want, take a new angle: what makes your product better? What makes it different? What does your customer want, and what price are they willing to accept? When you price around those ideas, your business will be capable of weathering any economic storm...


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 2022-03-31  44m
 
 

episode 160: Grow Your Business and Social Impact with the Right Revenue Model [transcript]


Driving profit for your business is always tricky. There are so many factors to consider that you might feel overwhelmed or, worse, end up focusing on the wrong thing, both of which can significantly harm your business. Thus, choosing the right revenue model will lay the foundation that’ll secure a future where your business grows alongside your social impact.

In this episode, Christina talks with Tara Spalding about the things you need to consider in choosing your revenue model...


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 2022-03-24  1h6m
 
 

episode 159: Is Patient Capital Right For Your Business? [transcript]


Growing a business doesn’t have one-size-fits-all methods. While most business founders lean towards quick profit business models, it doesn't always align with their mission. For some companies, steady, long-term growth is key to success. And this is where the concept of patient capital comes in.

In this solo episode, we sum up the conversation we’ve had with our guests over our Patient Capital series. We reiterate what patient capital is and debunk its misconceptions...


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 2022-03-17  11m
 
 

episode 158: Regenerative Finance for Good Ingredients, Businesses, and Planet - The Journey of Caroline Duell [transcript]


Relationships are a critical element of business. It is crucial to choose a financial partner who has a deeper understanding of social businesses instead of primarily transactional ones. If you want a sustainable, responsible business, you need financial partners who understand and believe in your vision. 

In this episode, Caroline Duell discusses how she built her green business — and why she needed the right financial partner to do it...


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 2022-03-10  41m