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Join Lesley Jane Seymour when she interviews amazing women who have reinvented themselves in every way imaginable. These frank, fun, warm conversations unearth the tips and tricks women like you need to restart, reboot, or enhance your career or lifestyle. Learn about the #1 secret to creating your personal brand (Jennefer Witter), or how to motivate a millennial and what to do if you work for one (Ann Shoket). Would you like to reinvent yourself as a writer? Listen to women who've done it (Eva Dillon and Laura Munson) and are willing to share their secrets to getting started. Let us inspire you and inform you–so you can get on your way. Click to listen to each podcast below or subscribe to The Covey Cast on iTunes or at Podbean.
From marketing and momhood to the skincare business. Savannah-based Stephanie Duttenhaver and Cindy Edwards decided that what was missing in the beauty market was southern comfort for skin. Defying the current trend for injuring/then repairing skin, they went for babying it instead—with high doses of all natural ingredients and the most gorgeous packaging they could find. Then a seat on a plane ride changed their business forever.
Amy-Willard Cross wondered why there were labels that helped consumers shop for fair-caught fish but not for businesses that treat women fairly. So she created Genderfair, an app and label that lets you shop your values. Join CoveyClub founder Lesley Jane Seymour as she downloads serial reinventor Cross on how she did it—and what you can learn about reinventing to make the world fair for all genders.
Best-selling author (and reinventor) Laura Munson wants to help you (no matter what your level) craft your story, novel or memoir! Join CoveyClub founder Lesley Jane Seymour and Munson in a conversation that reveals the nuts and bolts of how to get started, collectives and workshops to join (including Gotham in NY, Grub Street in Boston, Story Studio in Chicago, The Loft in Minneapolis, PNWA in Seattle, The Grotto in San Francisco), best self-publishing outlets (Girl Friday Productions), and best retreats—Munson has a special offer for Covey Cast listeners who sign up for her fabulous Haven Writing Retreat.
Only 4.2% of female-founded businesses have revenues over $1 million. Serial entrepreneur, scaling-up expert, and author of the book Million Dollar Women, Julia Pimsleur, wants to change that. She says you too can get there with coaching, reading, and diligent processes. CoveyClub founder Lesley Jane Seymour digs out the details including Julia’s three top recommended books (including The Start-Up J Curve by Howard Love) and a special download for CoveyClub listeners.
Take a breakthrough idea—and improve it. Agathe Assouline-Lichten and her sister, Arielle, sweetened the dinner-in-a-box craze by making theirs about pre-measured ingredients for delicious cakes and cookies. Their Red Velvet Baking company (redvelvetnyc.com) turns even the most kitchen-phobic person into an accomplished chef. Alert: Special holiday offer for CoveyClub members at the end of the podcast!
Reinventing to pay it forward? That’s what serial entrepreneur Eileen Gittins, founder of Blurb, did by developing an app called Bossygrl.com that allows you—and generation Z— to set up a business in 20 minutes. Lesley Jane Seymour, founder of CoveyClub.com, gets Gittins to spill all her secrets to her many successes.
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