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Living Life and Doing Business ON HER TERMS

There’s an app I use on my phone called Voxer. Have you heard of it or used it?

It’s like an on-demand walkie-talkie where you can send voice and text messages. I use this to communicate with my clients, so they can reach out to me in-between our strategy sessions to celebrate a win, give me a business update, or ask me a question when they’re feeling stuck.

I also use it with my close friends, including my bestie, Nikki Elledge Brown.

This week, we decided to share some of the more intimate conversations we have behind the scenes and share them with you on the most recent Lead with Love episode.

This conversation was recorded after one of our most recent sQuad trips in Waco and Austin, Texas (Jennifer Kem and Nicole Walters were there too!). Here a few places I highly recommend you check out if you’re visiting:

» Magnolia Table for breakfast

» Silos Baking Co. (we ate cupcakes here everyday of our trip!)

» We bought matching Homebody Loungewear Pajama Sets (so soft and cozy)

» Dr. Pepper House on Airbnb (we stayed for three nights)

» Miraval Spa in Austin (the infinity pool overlooking the lake was gorgeous)


Living Life and Doing Business On HER Terms

Are you someone who thinks out loud and needs someone to bounce ideas with? If you want a behind-the-scenes peek at how I do that with my own business BFF, where we talk about book writing, mindset, fear, and friendship, then this episode is for you. You’ll also learn what it means to live life and do business on your terms.

In this episode of the Lead with Love podcast, you’ll get to hear a fun conversation with one of my closest friends Nikki Elledge Brown. She's a mom of three, host of the Naptime Empires® podcast (soon to be book!), and creator of On Her Terms® lifestyle brand where she helps high-achieving women avoid burnout, so they can lead for the long haul and ENJOY the success.

“We’re only going to rise to the level that we’re willing to embrace criticism from total strangers, and people we love but also disagree with.”


What you'll hear (and don't want to miss!):

  • How Nikki defines “verbal processing” and why it’s so important to have someone that you can do this with
  • How Nikki is now balancing writing a book along with life and being the mother of three (including a toddler at home)
  • Communicating expectations with family and how to maintain stamina when writing a book
  • Reflections of our “sQuad trips”and what we’ve been able to build together over the years of friendship
  • Our relationships with the Internet and social media (including Elizabeth Gilbert’s perspective), and how we both view re-emergence and visibility as we head into a new year

FIND full show notes here:

Check out the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify Amazon Music (or wherever you listen to podcasts). As you’re listening, take a screenshot, share your favorite takeaway and tag me on Instagram and Facebook with #leadwithlovepodcast.

Warm hugs,

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