Baily Hancock Presents: Stop, Collaborate & Listen
By Baily Hancock
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Collaboration over competition is more than just a trendy hashtag, it’s a way of life. On this podcast, Collaboration Consultant and professional friend-maker Baily Hancock chats with her guests about how they leverage collaboration to grow their business, amplify their message, and engage with their communities. Listen in to learn what collaboration looks like IRL.
||Clean3: Marty McDonald, CEO of Boss Women Media||On this Episode:Marty McDonald, CEO of Boss Women Media joins Baily to talk about: How she leveraged her network to launch the first Boss Women Brunch Why women of all ethnicities and backgrounds need to collaborate and amplify one another’s voices How she convinced the CEO of Sugarfina to sponsor the “Black Girl Magic” Tour across the U.S. Show Notes:Attend one of the Black Girl Magic Tour events in LA, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, or New York Read “The Blindspots of White Female Entrepreneurship” by Lydia Mack Follow Boss Women Media on Instagram at @BossWomenMedia Join the Boss Women Media Facebook Group Marty’s favorite collaboration tools: Instagram Join the Collaboration Coalition Facebook Group Submit a question for the Collaboration Q&A segment at the end of the show About Marty:Marty McDonald is the founder of Boss Women Media. Marty created BWM in 2016 as a personal need to connect with women who desired more. She wanted to be around women who desired more from there 9-5 jobs. After great success from the first brunch in May 2016, she knew there was a need for women to collaborate together. Marty established the foundation of BWM as a brand from each brunch and soon knew this was not just a social organization but an opportunity to help women cultivate the life they desired. In 2018, Marty left her corporate job of 8 years to pursue Boss Women Media full-time and make it a world wide known brand. Boss is her purpose in life to shown women, rather they are a corporate gal, side hustler or entrepreneur you have a voice and you can create the career of your dreams.||2/18/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean2: Iva Pawling, CEO & Co-Founder of Richer Poorer||On this Episode:Iva Pawling, Co-Founder/CEO/Chief Fire Putter-Outter of Richer Poorer joins Baily to talk about: How she and her Co-Founder, Tim Morse have maintained a successful partnership for nearly a decade (lots of communication and complementary skillsets) The big lessons learned from doing tons of product collaborations over the years (be clear about what you need for the partnership to be successful and make sure you know what your partner’s goals are too) Why they don’t buy into influencer marketing and instead focus on human collaboration (like the time they took five entrepreneurs to Hawaii for a “Workcation”) Show Notes:Follow Iva on Instagram at @IvaPawling Follow Richer Poorer on Instagram at @RicherPoorer Iva’s favorite collaboration tool: Asana Join the Collaboration Coalition Facebook Group Submit a question for the Collaboration Q&A segment at the end of the show About Iva:Iva Pawling is the Co-Founder/CEO/Chief Fire Putter-Outter of Richer Poorer, a men's and women's elevated basics brand founded in 2010. The independently-owned brand is sold in over nine hundred retailers across the globe, and maintains operations out of their California based office in San Juan Capistrano. Iva's career began in the PR closet of Kate Spade in New York City, back in 2003. It was there she learned about the inner workings of the fashion world where she knew her interest would keep her. From there, Iva continued down the PR path to the furthest location possible in the US, Hawaii. There, she was an Account Executive at Bennet Group Public Relations, focusing on clients in the fashion and lifestyle space. A move to California propelled her back into the brand side, joining her sister's namesake jewelry brand, Gorjana. She was the VP of Business Development there, and after four years of cutting her teeth at the start-up, she took the leap to start Richer Poorer. Iva resides in Laguna Beach, California with her husband, Andrew, and their son, Ford and baby daughter, Joanie.||2/17/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1: Welcome to the Collaboration Party with Baily Hancock, Your Host||Welcome to the first episode of "Stop, Collaborate and Listen", a podcast that shows you how to collaborate IRL. Throughout this season, you'll hear from co-founders, solopreneurs, creatives, executives, community leaders, CEOs, podcasters, publishers, and everyone in between about how they leverage collaboration to grow their business, amplify their message, and engage with their communities. On this episode, you'll meet the host of the show, Collaboration Consultant and professional friend-maker Baily Hancock, and learn what you can expect from this season. Show Notes: - Follow Baily on Instagram: https://instagram.com/bailyhancock - Submit a question for the Collaboration Q&A segment or apply to be a guest on the show: https://bailyhancock.com/thepodcast - Check out Baily's career online courses: https://bailyhancock.com/courses - Join the Collaboration Coalition Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CollaborationCoalition/||1/30/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
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