Episode 72: Water is the New Gold with Riggs Eckelberry

August 22, 2023

Riggs Eckelberry is a nationally renowned entrepreneur revolutionizing the water industry, which has reached a critical breaking point in recent years despite being essential to the planet’s survival. As the founding CEO of OriginClear, Riggs has developed innovative solutions to help businesses face rising water bills by tapping into new investment markets. 

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Lindsay Dayton LaShell is a marketing activist and the creator of the Open Lines Marketing Framework. Her work is to advance justice, equity, and sustainability through access to excellent marketing strategies for women, indigenous, queer, or POC founders, B Corps, and nonprofits.

Episode 71: Good Marketing with Lindsay Lashell

August 15, 2023

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Episode 70: B Corporation: From Assessment to Global Movement with Carolina Miranda

August 8, 2023

In this episode, I speak with fellow Certified B Corp Business owner Carolina Miranda. Carolina is the Founder and CEO of Cultivating Capital, where she works with small businesses to implement sustainable business practices and often to receive their B Corp Certification.

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Ann Bennett believes that leaders typically fall into one of four main categories of brand archetypes and that embracing yours will “capture your market so you can make bank.” Ann is a former award-winning designer for Vogue Magazine who now works with entrepreneurs to help them illuminate, translate and amplify their unique brands so they can be found by the people who need them.

Episode 69: The 4 Renegade Brand Archetypes with Ann Bennett

August 1, 2023

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Episode 68: Understand Your Numbers with Danielle Hayden

July 18, 2023

Knowing your business financials is one thing; understanding them is often another. Danielle Hayden believes that your bookkeeper should help you with both. Danielle is a reformed corporate CFO (chief financial officer) who is on a mission to help rule-breaking female entrepreneurs understand their numbers so they can gain the confidence needed to create sustainable profits.

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We’ve all heard the phrase “facts tell, stories sell.” It’s because stories convey information in ways that cause people to respond and remember more consistently than information alone. When we tell stories, we are more relatable and more memorable.

Episode 67: Stories Sell

July 11, 2023

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