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She Rebel Radio

"She Rebel Radio®" the UK's podcast for women leaders and founders seeking to break conventional rules and create businesses of significance. We have been hailed for 'counter status quo' ideas and 'whole dose of feminine perspective'. Hosted by Lulu Minns, a seasoned women's leadership and personal development coach, this podcast is designed to empower successful women in their 40s and 50s who may be grappling with a lack of direction and/or feeling overwhelmed by their next chapter. Acknowledging the unique challenges women face, "She Rebel Radio®" provides tailored guidance and a platform for personal growth, helping remarkable women uncover their innate genius and confidently navigate the next phase of their lives and businesses. Join us on this transformative journey toward empowerment and self-discovery. Get in touch with Lulu : lulu@minns.com Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/luluminns/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/luluminns_biz/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/sherebelradio

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Why She Rebel Radio
Welcome to the first episode of She Rebel Radio, the podcast empowering professional women to break the rules of the corporate world and pave their own way to success. I’m your host, Lulu Minns, an advocate, coach, and community builder for professional women ready that are ready to lead their lives and design their success on their own terms.   In this episode, I share who I am and why I decided to start She Rebel Radio. I share my journey from working in the corporate world as a criminal defense attorney to becoming an entrepreneur. I explain why I believe the world is waiting for women to rise and lead their success in a feminine way. I also share the kind of content you can expect from each episode of She Rebel Radio.       “The planet and humanity is relying on women rising and leading in a feminine way - in a way that feels good to us.” - Lulu Minns       This week on She Rebel Radio:   Who I am and why I decided to launch She Rebel Radio My journey from working as an attorney in the corporate world to becoming an entrepreneur Why it’s critical for women to ‘unlearn’ the broken corporate systems to design their success - their way Why I believe humanity is waiting and relying on women to lead in a feminine way What to expect from each episode of She Rebel Radio       Join the She Rebellion!   Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.  
10:31 9/26/19
How to Create more Time (and Discipline) in your business
Like many entrepreneurs, freedom is the core reason you started your business. The freedom to work when you want, where you want, and how you want, not to mention the financial freedom that entrepreneurship allows. This is why you decided to leave the corporate world and venture out on your own. But eventually, many female entrepreneurs begin to feel trapped in their business with all of the daily tasks they need to complete to build and maintain their momentum.   So, how do we find that balance between work-life, home-life, and self-care?   Today, I share tips for creating more time and discipline in your business. I share how I design my schedule to meet my business goals and personal obligations as well as my self-care needs. I explain the benefits of planning ahead and scheduling your upcoming workweek and how color-coding your schedule can help you plan your to-do’s and stay on track. I also explain why it’s critical for female entrepreneurs to take a ‘digital detox’ day and how to use your ‘power weeks’ to your advantage.     “You can be in lack and scarcity of time just as much as you can be in lack and scarcity of money.” - Lulu Minns       This week on She Rebel Radio:   The benefits of color-coding your diary or online calendar The benefits of scheduling your week ahead What it means to ‘top and tail’ your day Why you should have a different focus for each workday How creating mantras helps you stay motivated and disciplined in your business How your self-care impacts your ability to serve your clients at the highest level Why you should only focus on one big business project at a time What is a ‘digital detox’ and why it’s critical for female entrepreneurs to practice it regularly Outsourcing tasks you’re not good at or is no longer a valuable way to spend your time The importance of identifying your ‘power weeks’ Checking in with your beliefs around money and success     Resources Mentioned:   Routine is the Key to Freedom in Your Business, Here Are My Top Ten Tips       Join the She Rebellion!   Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
21:24 9/26/19
Mary-Rose Lobo Founder of SKINIRVANA : Perseverance Despite the Lack of Support from Others
Mary-Rose Lobo is the founder of SKINIRVANA, a skincare company born out of her desire to treat her own reactive skincare needs. Throughout her teens and early twenties, Mary suffered from eczema and rosacea. After trying to treat her condition with commercial skincare products and experiencing a severe reaction, Mary decided to create her own products made from pure plant and seed oils, which can now be found in many retail stores.   Mary joins me today to discuss how she built her business with perseverance, despite the lack of support she received from others. She shares why she pivoted from owning a skincare salon to offering handmade, natural skin care products and the challenges she faced while building her business and raising her daughter as a single mom. She explains why it’s important for entrepreneurs to avoid seeking external validation and why we need to be mindful of how we present ourselves and our businesses to others. She also explains how your confidence impacts your ability to take ownership of your success and how she reframed her mindset when sharing her successes with others.       “People that really support you and believe in you, they can almost see your future before you do. They see what you can attain - and they’re pushing you towards that.” - Mary Lobo       This week on She Rebel Radio:   What inspired her to bring her skin care products to market Why she decided to pivot from owning a skincare salon to selling handmade, natural skincare products The biggest challenges she faced during her first two years of business The importance of being mindful of how you present yourself and your business to others How she grew her business despite the lack of support she received from those around her Her motivation to keep going - even when she feels like giving up The importance of networking and meeting people to grow your business How she reframed her mindset when sharing her company’s successes How your confidence impacts your ability to take ownership of your successes The importance of surrounding yourself with other female entrepreneurs     Connect with Mary Lobo:   SKINIRVANA       Join the She Rebellion!   Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
32:09 9/26/19
3 Things to Keep in MInd When Pricing Your Services with Integrity
Many female entrepreneurs struggle when it comes to pricing their products and services. Sometimes this struggle is due to limiting beliefs and a lack of confidence, but often, the challenge arises because we are working out of alignment with integrity.   So, how do you price your services with integrity?   On today’s episode, I share the three things you need to keep in mind when pricing your services with integrity. I explain what integrity is and why it’s important when pricing your services. I explain the Yama Triangle concept and how you can use it to price your services with integrity. I also explain what can happen when you price your services out of integrity to yourself, your business, and your clients and the three questions you should ask yourself to price your services with integrity.       “It’s really, really destructive if our services are priced outside of integrity.” - Lulu Minns         This week on She Rebel Radio:   What often happens when you price your services outside of integrity The importance of being in integrity with your business The importance of being in integrity with yourself Identifying your personal financial needs and how your business will meet those needs How managing client expectations helps you stay in alignment with your integrity         Join the She Rebellion!   Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
18:55 9/26/19
3 Key Mindset Shifts to Making Your Side-Hustle Your Full-Time Hustle
Over the last decade, the side hustle economy has grown exponentially. With websites and platforms like Upwork and innovations in business models like Uber, it’s easier than ever to earn extra money outside of your normal 9-to-5. And, sometimes, these side hustlers make the bold decision to take their side hustle to the next level by turning into their full-time business. So, what do all of these full-time hustlers have in common?   The right mindset.   On today’s episode, I share the three key mindset shifts you need to make your side hustle your full-time business. I explain how to assess your current situation and mindset to determine if you’re ready to turn your side hustle into a full-time business. I discuss why it’s critical to approach your side hustle as a professional and how it impacts the way others perceive your business. I also explain why it’s important to embrace mistakes and failure and why it's necessary to achieve success.       “Failure is not a permanent condition. It is necessary.” - Lulu Minns       This week on She Rebel Radio:   What is a side hustle Approaching your side hustle as a professional and how it impacts the way others will perceive your business The importance of being committed to making your side hustle your full-time hustle Preparing for failure and understanding that it is not a permanent condition Why mistakes and failure are a necessary part of the entrepreneurial process     Related Content:   Grab Your FREE Download: The Breakout Webinar - 7 Tools for the Woman Called to Rebellion and Start Doing Things HER Way         Join the She Rebellion!   Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
16:22 9/26/19
Lucy Tarrant Founder of Cognitive Law : Why Women are Leading the Change in the Way We Work
Lucy Tarrant is the Founder, Managing Director, and Practicing Solicitor at Cognitive Law Limited, a contemporary law firm focused on family and commercial law, debt recovery, and wealth management as well as legal services for the recruitment industry. With over 20 years of experience in financial and contractual disputes, Lucy specializes in helping business owners prevent and resolve contractual disputes. She received her Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) from the College of Law and holds a Bachelor’s degree from Thames Valley University.   Lucy joins me today to discuss how women are leading change in the way we work. She shares her journey into entrepreneurship, why she decided to break free from the corporate world to start her firm and the challenges she’s faced throughout her journey. She also discusses how women are feeling more empowered than ever before to work their own way and how the fear of things staying the same can be a powerful motivator for change.       “There’s been a second wave of feminism. Women now feel empowered to prove that women can do it their own way.” - Lucy Tarrant       This week on She Rebel Radio:   Lucy’s journey into entrepreneurship and why she decided to start her firm The inspiration behind her firm’s tagline How she distinguished her firm apart from other law firms Why she believes more women today are feeling empowered to work their own way Struggling with the perception that women have to do things the same way men do Lucy’s biggest challenge when breaking out of the corporate world to start her firm How the fear of things staying the same can act as a driving force for a career change How she uses an inspiration board to visualize the future she wants to create What’s next for Lucy and Cognitive Law Limited     Lucy Tarrant’s Advice for She Rebels:   Visualize what you want your future to look like and what you’ll need to do to achieve it.     Connect with Lucy Tarrant:   Cognitive Law Limited Lucy Tarrant on LinkedIn Cognitive Law Limited on LinkedIn Twitter Email: Tarrant@CognitiveLaw.com       Join the She Rebellion!   Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
26:53 9/26/19
5 Hidden Obstacles Getting in the Way of You Creating Clients & Customers
As business owners, it is absolutely crucial that we create clients and customers. After all, if nobody is buying your products or services, then you don’t have a business - you have a hobby. So, how do you consistently create clients and customers so your business is constantly growing and, more importantly, thriving?   In today’s episode, I share the five hidden obstacles that are getting in your way of creating clients and customers for your business. I explain the difference between a paying client and someone simply researching your service or offer. I discuss the importance of getting to know yourself before trying to identify your ideal client and how your own impostor syndrome could be standing in your way of successfully attracting your ideal clients. I also share how your money mindset and grit impact your ability to create clients and customers for your business.       “You need to be the creator of your business. Go out there and make things happen!” - Lulu Minns         This week on She Rebel Radio:   The difference between a paying client and someone simply conducting market research The importance of getting to know yourself before creating your ideal client The trial-and-error phase of identifying who your ideal client really is How your impostor syndrome is impacting your ability to attract ideal clients Why female entrepreneurs experience impostor syndrome at a much higher degree than our male counterparts The importance of having the grit to reach out and sell your services How your mindset around money impacts your ability to attract clients and customers Creating a powerful and valuable product or service that you’re truly proud of The importance of understanding the client/customer creation process     Related Content:   5 Obstacles Getting in the Way of You Creating Clients (and Sales) Workbook         Join the She Rebellion!   Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
23:48 9/26/19
Alexandra Pope and Sjanie Hugo Founders of Red School : Unleashing Your Wild ‘Feminine’ Power
Alexandra Pope and Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer are the authors of Wild Power: Discover the Magic of Your Menstrual Cycle and Awaken the Feminine Path to Power, an extraordinary book that is a must-read for every female entrepreneur. They are the co-founders of Red School, a leadership school that focuses on female leadership, creativity, and spirituality. They have over 40 years of experience in exploring and understanding the female menstrual cycle and offer combined experience in psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, coaching, and facilitating workshops.   Alexandra and Sjanie join me today to discuss how female entrepreneurs can unleash their wild ‘feminine’ power and how your menstrual cycle can help you reframe your mindset and create a new way to run your business. They discuss the connection between your menstrual cycle and how it impacts your confidence, ego, and creativity. They also explain what can happen when you’re disconnected from your menstrual cycle and why it’s critical to view your menstrual cycle as a sign of strength instead of weakness.       “When you’re connected to your menstrual cycle, you are connected to yourself. You’re connected to all aspects of yourself.”- Alexandra Pope       This week on She Rebel Radio:   How your menstrual cycle helps you create rhythm in your life and business Why your menstrual cycle is actually an advantage over your male counterparts How Red School is being ‘fueled’ by the second half of Sjanie’s menstrual cycle The connection between your menstrual cycle, your confidence, and your ego The impact that being disconnected from your menstrual cycle can have on your creative intelligence The power of being rooted in your authority The correlation between your menstrual cycle and your motivation Applying cyclical intelligence to every aspect of your life The importance of allowing yourself to grieve How to unleash your wild ‘feminine’ power by through cycle awareness The importance of viewing your menstrual cycle as a strength instead of a weakness The importance of being congruent with your boundaries Getting smart about how you use your energy during your menstrual cycle     Alexandra & Sjanie’s Advice for She Rebels:   Just start today. Find out where you are in your cycle. Start quietly, privately tracking your cycle and be curious about what might happen. Make it your mindfulness practice.     Connect with Alexandra Pope & Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer:   Red School Red School Online Wild Power: Discover the Magic of Your Menstrual Cycle and Awaken the Feminine Path to Power book Menopause book (Coming soon!)         Join the She Rebellion!   Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
42:00 9/26/19
Why Facebook Lives are More Powerful Than Your Website and My Top Tips in Getting Started
Business has always been about the ‘know, like, and trust’ factor. While your website is certainly an important piece for attracting new customers to your business, it’s not the most important for getting clients to say “YES!” to your product or service. So what can female entrepreneurs do to get more clients to say ‘yes’ to their offer? Build relationships. And one of the easiest ways to start building relationships with your ideal clients is with Facebook Lives.   Today, I explain why Facebook Lives are more powerful than your website. I discuss why being an introvert is no excuse for avoiding Facebook Lives and how they can help you generate more leads and more potential clients for your business. I also share why comparing your beginning to someone else’s middle or end is one of the biggest mistakes you can make when starting Facebook Lives as well as my top tips for getting started.         “Don’t compare someone’s chapter 10 to your chapter one. See where you are in that sliding scale, but don’t let it put you off.” - Lulu Minns       This week on She Rebel Radio:   How Facebook Lives can help you generate new leads and potential clients Why you shouldn’t use the ‘introvert’ excuse to prevent you from doing Facebook Lives Building your confidence and competence on Facebook Live The importance of preparing for your Facebook Lives to improve your success Making notes and considering the calls-to-action you want to leave with your viewers Practicing your presentation - before the live recording Being yourself in your Facebook Lives Strategies to energize you and get yourself excited before your Live recording The importance of reviewing your Facebook Live recordings to learn where you can improve         Join the She Rebellion!   Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
24:32 9/26/19
How to Find Intrepid Commitment to Your Business
Being fully committed to your business, your mission, and your purpose is absolutely vital to building a successful business. But as the years move on and you begin to face new challenges, new obstacles, and new limiting beliefs - staying committed to your business can sometimes be a daunting task. How do so many high-level entrepreneurs find that intrepid commitment to keep moving forward? To keep building, scaling, and growing their business?   Today, I share how to find the intrepid commitment to your business that you need to be successful as an entrepreneur. I discuss the negative impact that setting strict deadlines on your goals and intentions can have on your ability to consistently show up and stay committed. I explain why it’s crucial to follow your instincts on the things that feel right for you and your business. I also explain how envisioning the next version of yourself and making decisions based on that version can help you find the fearless commitment you need to be successful.       “If you’re waiting, you’re stunting your growth.” - Lulu Minns       This week on She Rebel Radio:   The negative impact of setting strict deadlines and time limits on your goals and intentions The connection between analysis paralysis and your commitment to your business Trusting the process and following your instincts How waiting to make decisions actually stunts your growth in business and as an entrepreneur         Join the She Rebellion!   Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
17:04 9/26/19
Katherine Swift Founder of OMG Tea : On Building an Extraordinary Business Out of Adversity and What Drives Her Forward
Katherine Swift is the Founder of OMGTea, a distributor of premium matcha green tea that is sourced in Japan. After her mother’s diagnosis of stage 3 breast cancer in 2010, Katherine became passionate about getting involved and supporting groundbreaking medical research. It is through this involvement that she learned about the health and wellness benefits of green tea, which led to the formation of her company. Katherine has extensive experience in media sponsorship and promotion as well as event management. Before forming her company, she worked with notable organizations including The Capital Radio Group, The Guardian Media Group, and The Independent. In addition to OMGTea, Katherine is also the founder of The Healthy Life Foundation, a non-profit organization that funds research for age-related diseases.   Katherine joins me today to discuss how she built her extraordinary business out of adversity and what continues to drive her forward. She shares her mother’s diagnosis story and how it led to the formation of her company. She shares the challenges she’s faced while building her business and how today’s political climate is impacting small businesses across the UK. She also shares why female entrepreneurs need to be genuinely passionate about their mission and business and how this passion will fuel your success.       “You’ve got to have the passion and the dedication, but you also need to get some good wins to keep your mojo up.” - Katherine Swift       This week on She Rebel Radio:   How Katherine got involved in breast cancer research and how she discovered the health benefits of matcha tea The beating heart behind her business and how it fuels her to keep moving forward How her previous professional background has served her while building her business The challenges she’s faced in creating innovative products and managing cashflow How the current political climate is impacting business owners The highlights of her entrepreneurial career and what has led to her success The benefits of drinking matcha tea What’s next for Katherine and OMGTea     Katherine Swift’s Advice for She Rebels:   It’s got to come from the heart. You’ve got to be genuinely passionate about what you are doing.     Connect with Katherine Swift:   OMGTea The Healthy Life Foundation OMGTea on Facebook OMGTea on Twitter OMGTea on Instagram OMGTea on LinkedIn The Healthy Life Foundation on Facebook         Join the She Rebellion!   Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
27:31 10/4/19
Why Contraction is the Key to Expansion
You want to grow your business and expand your reach, but finding the right time can be hard. Our society and global views often value expansion over contraction, but before you can get bigger, you need to assess where you’re at right now and where you want to go. Autumn is a perfect time to re-assess and reflect on your business goals and build a foundation for your future expansion.   Today, I discuss the process of contraction and why we need to reframe it as a necessary part of the growth cycle. I share my journey of contracting different aspects and processes in my business and why it was a vital part of building a robust and sustainable business. I also dive into the feminine principles of contraction, why it is an essential female process, and why it should be treated as the other side of the coin to expansion.     “The braver you are in your period of contraction, the more energy you’ll muster and gather to have the next period of expansion” - Lulu Minns       This Week on She Rebel Radio:   How a period of contraction can build a strong foundation for your business Why contraction is essential in nature Why we should consider contraction as significant as the expansion How to learn to contract Why the pressure of constant expansion creates tension How to create a plan for the future with a period of quiet reflection     Resources Mentioned:   24 Principles of Feminine Success Course All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr         Join the She Rebellion!   Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.  
13:20 10/11/19
Louisa Hirst Founder of Oriela Jewellery: Why for Women Intuition is Our Golden Asset
Lousia Hirst is the founder of Orelia, a boutique jewelry brand that was born from her love of travel and a desire to source beautiful, ethical jewelry at an accessible price point. After leaving her prestigious job as a jewelry buyer at the high street jewelry chain, Accessorize, Louisa took a sabbatical to travel before taking the plunge into entrepreneurship. As a mother, Louisa juggles family life with her new roles of public speaking, coaching, and mentoring entrepreneurs.   Today Louisa shares how being involved in a terrifying natural disaster gave her the final push to leave her 9-5 job and reevaluate her life. We discuss the benefits of giving yourself time to process ideas and trusting your intuition to guide you along the right path. We discuss the importance of speaking out when your gut is telling you ‘no.’ Louisa also shares how she built an amazing team to support her and why it’s vital to have people in your business who are aligned with your brand story to guide the business in the right direction.     “The universe pushes you in certain directions.” - Louisa Hirst     This Week on She Rebel Radio: How the seeds of Orelia were sown during Louisa’s sabbatical How her travels in India inspired her How consultancy was her bridge to entrepreneurship The disadvantages for creative people in the corporate world How Louisa’s intuition guided her in determining the right path for Orelia How she uses yoga to destress and gain clarity The importance of staying authentic and organized in periods of fast growth The valuable lesson she learned about staying true to your brand story and the power of following your intuition The new direction that Louisa is moving in and how she hopes to help other entrepreneurs     Louisa Hirst’s Advice for She Rebels: The sooner you do it, the better. If you’ve got a good idea, the passion behind it, and the belief - you’ll make it work.     Resources Mentioned: Holly Tucker Podcast with Sahar Hashemi of Coffee Republic     Connect with Louisa Hirst: Orelia Jewelry Instagram LinkedIn Email: louisa@loulasocial.com   Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favorite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.  
36:41 10/18/19
Why More Women Need to Find Their Significance
Are you scared of remaining insignificant? Perhaps you feel the need to step into your significance, but you’re not sure of how to get on the right path? You need to leave the feeling of unimportance - of fading into the background - behind and figure out what has been holding you back. Garner the support of other women to step up to be visible as a powerful leader with presence and integrity. This is what you were born to do.   Today I share how I realized I was destined to find significance in my professional life and how I was inspired on that journey by a variety of female role models and mentors. I discuss how you can change your narrative and find significance as a leader and why the path is different for each one of us. I also encourage you to consider what is holding you back from seeking noteworthy positions and preventing you from stepping up to be seen as the committed, powerful, significant woman you are.   “It takes standing in your power. It takes working with integrity. It takes being grounded and embodying your values so much that you vibrate it through the very core of your being.” - Lulu Minns    This Week on She Rebel Radio: What significance truly means for women Why women fear significance and the importance of overcoming this fear The correlation between significance and accountability Why you need to think about who inspires you and gives you courage How to persist in a culture which does not favor women Identifying what you need to give up to find your significance The process of becoming comfortable with being visible   Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
14:48 10/25/19
Gayle Berry Founder of Blossom and Berry : How touch and connection created an international business and movement all over the world
Gayle Berry is a serial entrepreneur, business mentor and charity co-founder. A recognised expert and lecturer in mother and baby wellness, she set up Blossom & Berry over 15 years ago and has empowered over a thousand women to set up their own businesses teaching baby massage and yoga. She has a global business and several charitable projects that help create loving connected relationships across the world and gives babies the best start in life.   Gayle joins me today to share her journey from leaving the legal profession as a project finance lawyer in the city to motherhood before founding a global and international business, charity and now mentoring women in creative businesses. She discusses how she felt inauthentic as a lawyer and how she learnt to trust herself as an entrepreneur and mother.  "Excitement about a subject creates energy and energy creates action"  - Gayle Berry    This week on She Rebel Radio :    Gayle's journey from a lawyer working in the city, to mother, to global business owner Why she felt inauthentic as a lawyer and how going through the motions affected her How being a mother and having her daughter gifted her an opportunity for her to reevaluate her life and step in to her truth  How she started a business despite having no time and no money and 3 young children Why she needed to get out of her head and into her heart  How her mission was enough to trust herself in believing she could do something different Why we all have 1001 days to save the world and why this is her message  The impact her work for her charity Love Support Unite has had on women in Malawi  Why believing in yourself and having a vision which strong enough for the world is all you need to be successful.    Gayle's advice for She Rebels :  "Don't start unless you are genuinely excited about it, when you think about the message and what you want to share, if it doesn't excite you  - it's going to be difficult"   Connect with Gayle :  www.blossomandberry.com @blossomandberrybabymassage @gaylelovecreateslove @lovesupportunite   Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
25:04 11/1/19
Why your Gift is also your Curse
This week we dive into a totally different perspective on what your gifts actually may be and why they might also be your curse. Trying to nail down what your great at is difficult when leaving a position of prestige. You’ve maybe dived into personal development, all the personality tests, looked at what you loved doing as a child and asked others what you were great at.   But during this episode, I ask you to flip the script and instead ask - what is it you were criticised for? What did you get into trouble for? What were you picked on for and what were your sufferings as a child? Where is your gift in being different? How can you leverage that as an asset and not let it drag you down? There cannot be strengths without its opposite weaknesses. Where might your gifts be hidden in all of that?   I also discuss how the curse of competence can keep many women stuck from finding their gifts and what they’re really great at.   “ Where our gift anchors us, might show up as a weakness elsewhere - that’s why it can also curse us and get us into trouble” - Lulu Minns   This Week on She Rebel Radio: We flip the script and search elsewhere for your gifts and zone of genius. Discuss how the curse of competence and being good at anything can keep you stuck. Why strengths cannot exist without its opposite weaknesses. How the things you got into trouble for, picked on and criticised for — could be the key to your gift/s. How you can leverage your differences as an asset and not a curse. Biopics and how musicians stories guide them to their greatness (and yours)   Resources : The BIG LEAP by Gay Hendricks.       Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
12:13 11/8/19
Why your Business is an Evolutionary Journey and Sh** has to Change which includes you
This week we talk about why becoming a different version of you is essential when you're moving through your business journey. And if you want to make it a success — why your personal growth and development is essential to you stepping out and into your new business venture.   During this episode, I discuss why the evolutionary journey is more granular than it can appear in the online world and why there is a process of learning things before you can begin to expect acceleration and your entrepreneurial plane to start taking off. I also explain how the unknowns and taking action despite this differs from what you’ve been taught in the corporate world.   “Having a position prestige is a very linear path, you know the outcome and all the steps before you get there. But the journey of a business owner is very different and the feminine one is even more foggy and unknown” - Lulu Minns   This Week on She Rebel Radio: Why you need to take gradual and baby steps as well as big leaps. The feminine spiral of success vs rigid goals and expectations. Why its important to sow the seeds and build the foundation first. Why the Heroines journey is very different having many destination and not just one. How softer intentions will allow an unfolding around you instead of restricting your thinking by way of linear goals. Why sustainability is key versus grabbing the low hanging fruit How the evolutionary process is getting to know yourself more which enables you to show up more fully in your business. How I work with clients via the Rebel Heart Club Mastermind and Breakout Strategy workshop which is coming to Brighton in Jan 2020. Resources : The Compound Effect - Darren Hardy The Breakout Workshop : www.luluminns.com/workshop The Rebel Heart Club Mastermind : www.luluminns.com/mastermind   Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. We’d love for you to connect and continue the conversation with us at She Rebel Radio Members and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and be sure to visit our website. 
21:53 11/15/19
What Women Need to Create the Thrive Effect in Business with Clare Griffiths
Clare Griffiths is an award-winning entrepreneurship educator and social entrepreneur whose passion is to enable women to reach their business goals. In June 2018, Clare launched The Thrive Effect, a social enterprise on a mission to give female founders and women in business the inspiration, knowledge and connections they need to build a business that lasts. Clare joins me today where we discuss what it takes for women to Thrive in business including the latest research on the core barriers preventing female founders from starting and succeeding in their own businesses. We also discuss the difficulties women leaving prestigious positions encounter when starting their own business which means embracing a whole host of new skills sets and mindsets from idea generation to implementation and learning to do it all initially without the support of a team. “Listen to your gut, when something isn’t right - be confident enough to change it. Pivot, change the focus and even the business model“ - Clare Griffiths This week on She Rebel Radio : The latest research papers from Deloitte and the 3 core underlying barriers for female founders Clare’s insights on why women don’t lack self-belief but the self-belief and confidence in their own ideas Why learning to test and validate your ideas and not being afraid to pivot is key Her direct experience on why women thrive when supported by other women The lack of ACCESS women have to networks, role models and funding but how new ways and ideas are being generated How the Thrive Effect is supporting women in building their networks and having access to female founders and role models How the corporate world encourages a linear path and not to break out to do your own thinking including creativity, innovation, problem-solving, being self-critical as well as analytical Why women leaving prestigious positions often have huge business assets but without the support of a team - have to learn to juggle the balls including new skills sets and mindsets We discuss how ditching the rules and expectations from male leaders is crucial. How the Thrive Effect started as a magazine before changing to a membership organisation. Clare’s advice for She Rebels : “Nothing ever quite works out as you originally anticipated! You can have the most beautifully researched business plan and can be out of date within 24 hours of launch” Connect with Clare : https://twitter.com/thethriveeffect https://www.instagram.com/thriveeffect/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/clare-griffiths-thrive/ https://www.thethriveeffect.co.uk/ Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. We’d love for you to connect and continue the conversation with us at She Rebel Radio Members and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and be sure to visit our website. 
32:08 11/21/19
Is it time to build your ‘new’ arena in 2020?
This week I celebrate 5 years since I handed in my notice as a criminal defence lawyer, litigator and Head of Department. I take you through my story of why I made that decision and 3 things that helped me decipher that 2015 was the year I decided to build a new arena for myself to play in. During this episode, I discuss how Kimberley Motley’s quote of “getting out of the boxing ring’ resonated with me so deeply and how that women leaving corporate and building their own arenas is indicative of what is happening on a wider scale. Is 2020 the year, you’re going to get serious about building your new arena? Is it time to assume a new version of power and significance? Is it time to express yourself more creatively instead of being conditioned to follow the rules? And why it’s crucial to win the internal battle first and allow your intuitive side to take the lead. “I discovered that I was no longer in the arena I wanted to play in — I needed to lay the foundations for myself for a new arena to play in, one built on my terms, with more meaning, more significance and built on feminine presence.” - Lulu Minns This Week on She Rebel Radio: I explain how I decided it was the right time to take the leap to build my new arena. I celebrate 5 years since making that decision and share with you 3 things to consider when deciding if it’s YOUR TIME to build your new arena. We discuss hard power (threats, competition, forcing, fear) vs Soft power based on empathy, understanding, support and collaboration. How exhausting exerting power in the wrong way can be Needing to express yourself creatively vs being stifled, following the rules, templates, systems and structures. How systems and structures in your new arena may also be keeping you stuck. Why finding your authentic voice is essential to creating that new arena Why winning the internal battle of allowing intuition to take the lead is crucial And why embodying change is more than mindset and connects with feminine presence Resources : Kimberley Motely - Desert Island Discs - https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000b809 She Rebel Club - https://www.facebook.com/groups/sherebel/ Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. We’d love for you to connect and continue the conversation with us at She Rebel Radio Members and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and be sure to visit our website. 
21:14 11/29/19
What it takes for women to break the mold and humanise the future
Female CEO and Co-Founder Alex Bailey joins me this week — where she shares 5 years into her business journey, who inspires her, the compelling vision which pulls her forward and the organic route her business took which gives the ultimate freedom in making important decisions which are purpose led. With a traditional background in Occupational Psychology, Alex pioneered the first strengths- based performance programme to a UK organisation in 2004 and went on to scale this out in a global role to 27 countries and 65,000 people at Aviva. During this episode, Alex further discusses how “fear” is not a good basis for change and how at Bailey and French Ltd, they place people as the expert in their own environment using new experiences to inspire openness and receptivity to change. With the world undergoing rapid transformation, Alex discusses how being purpose led with a focus on humanising the future world of work underpins everything she does. “We are hurtling towards a very transformed future and in the process loosing the art of meaningful human connection and conversation. We must do better” - Alex Bailey This week on She Rebel Radio : How occupational psychology and the early part of her career was quite rigid in thinking and diversity. How creating change need not be complex but can in fact be very simple. The discrimination faced as a female CEO but also how diversity is being demand led by the marketplace. The limits of “fear” as a basis of change rather than inspiring openness and receptivity How her company focused on providing solutions for clients and not the competition. The business leaders and compelling vision which inspires her daily. The need for boldness and a radical approach to business and the world of work. Why the focus on setting up quickly, rapid growth and selling out is outdated versus purpose led businesses with a vision for cultural evolution. Why she listens to her intuition and has learnt to dial up her own voice. Why finding your tribe is crucial to testing your ‘boldness’. How she checks in, reflects and asks what it is she wants to be know for. On how sharing her “why” openly means her leadership team can also hold her accountable to it. Alex’s advice for She Rebels : “I regularly reflect and ask MYSELF the question around - is this the right thing? Is this really what I want to be known for? Is this what I really want held up against my name? It really is important to dial up the volume of your own voice” - Alex Bailey Resources : https://www.wobi.com/wbf-nyc/ https://simonsinek.com/ https://www.jimcollins.com/ https://www.marcusbuckingham.com/   Connect with Alex (Bailey and French) Website : https://www.baileyandfrench.com/ Twitter: @alexbaileycpp and @Baileyandfrench LinkedIn: Alex Bailey https://www.linkedin.com/in/alex-bailey-26562b2/ : Bailey & French – Consulting https://www.linkedin.com/company/bailey-and-french-llp/   Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. We’d love for you to connect and continue the conversation with us at She Rebel Radio Members and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and be sure to visit our website. 
37:31 12/6/19
Start 2020 with Intention and End 2019 with Gratitude
Are you ready to make 2020 your most transformational year yet? How would less frustration and moving more gracefully into 2020 feel to you? Then dive into this episode where I explain why setting strict and rigid business goals vs softer intentions may be the exact thing that has been keeping you stuck. When going through a period of transformation, intentions will set the course for you, allowing the space for growth, receptivity, flow and the co-creation you need to create change. Find out why intentions will act as a filter for the decisions you make and help to effortlessly move you in the right direction. During this episode, I discuss the the difference between intentions, strict business goals, annual resolutions and giving “things” your attention. “Setting softer intentions are crucial when in a period of transformation vs strict business goals which will create frustration” - Lulu Minns This week on She Rebel Radio : Why you need to start the new year, decade, month and every day with intentions. Why intentions are crucial when in a period transformation compared to rigid strict business goals which will create frustration and the need to control. How intentions are feminine in nature and require openness, receptivity and the space for growth. Intentions vs strict business goals, resolutions and attention. How business goals and the measurable aspects can lie underneath the intention. Why resolutions are often clouded in lack with nothing to replace the gap with. How attention energises and can spotlight a problem rather than transform or change anything. I share 3 journaling tools with you to start tuning in with those intentions for the year ahead. Why you should end the year, month and day with gratitude which is an important alignment piece of the puzzle. Resources : Allow those intentions to unfold at the Space and Significance Retreat: https://luluminns.com/candyland Gem’s Yoga https://gemyoga.co.uk/   Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. We’d love for you to connect and continue the conversation with us at She Rebel Radio Members and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and be sure to visit our website. 
22:50 12/13/19
How Blue Space can unlock purpose and possibility with Lizzi L from Going Coastal Blue
Founder of Blue Health Coaching, Ocean Activist and Blue Mind Award winner Lizzi Larbalestier joins me this week where she shares how water ripples through her purpose and how each of us can use blue environments to ask important questions about possibility, purpose and why each of us are here. During this episode, Lizzi explains how the ocean encourages us to slow our breathing whereby we become more aware and connected to our heart rhythm and body which enables us to make decisions from the entire nervous system. This allows us as humans to check in with our individual eco system and the wider one as well. We discuss how living in a digital world which values structure and certainty fuels the inability to make sensory decisions and navigate change effectively. “The beach is a space of continual transition. There is a lack of being static and that reminds us that change is constant “ - Lizzi Larbalestier This week on She Rebel Radio : Why as humans, we are built to connect with water. How you can use blue environments (even in urban areas) to ask questions about purpose, possibility and why you are here. How being at the beach allows for solitude and reflection and provides a strong formative, playful and restorative experience. How the beach causes us to slow down, be more open to exploring possibilities and ensures that our decision making becomes coherent and connected to the wider impact. How directed attention creates fatigue compared to soft fascination which opens up our entire nervous system. How the ocean automatically provides an environment for mindfulness. Lizzi’s advice for She Rebels : “When you stifle creativity, you become very conditioned to the way you respond to circumstances and that actually doesn’t allow for change” - Lizzi L Resources : Blue Mind https://www.wallacejnichols.org/122/bluemind.html Connect with Lizzie and her purposeful projects : https://goingcoastal.blue/ https://goingcoastal.blue/blue-health-coach-training/ https://goingcoastal.blue/blue-health-coach/ocean-advocacy/ghostnetbusters-aldfg/ http://www.bdmlr.org.uk/ https://www.sas.org.uk/rep/lizzi-larbalestier/   Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. We’d love for you to connect and continue the conversation with us at She Rebel Radio Members and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and be sure to visit our website.   
38:57 12/20/19
Why we shouldn’t “retain” women in prestigious positions
During this episode I discuss why we shouldn’t just be “retaining” women in prestigious positions and why we also need to support the brave women who are ready to exit those positions and create new platforms for success. We explore the reasons that have been given as to why women are leaving prestigious positions and how we have barely scratched the surface for the unconscious bias that exists for women in traditionally male dominated roles. I ask important questions around whether equality is enough and how do we begin to shape the world of prestige with more feminine based principles? “As women we are expected to fit into patriarchal versions of success. And we are expected to be contained within its structures, systems and it’s rules. It’s no wonder so many of us feel trapped, caged and suffocated.” - Lulu Minns This week on She Rebel Radio : I discuss my decision to exit the legal profession We explore the reasons why women are being called to leave prestigious positions which is not meeting the need for our significance and ambition Why we need to stop using the word “retain” and what it actually means The masculine shape of prestigious positions and unconscious bias that exists If asking for equality in prestige is really enough Why exclusion is the real key to diversity and essential for women How we must consider finding the space for feminine based principles and how entrepreneurship allows us to do that And why we must support women who are brave enough to exit those positions Resources : ADVOCATING FOR CHANGE: TRANSFORMING THE FUTURE OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION THROUGH GREATER GENDER EQUALITY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN IN LAW REPORT Findings from the international women’s roundtables June 2019 https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/sites/files/oxlaw/advocating_for_change_-_international_women_in_law_report.pdf Network for Executive Women and Leadership Crisis Report https://www.newonline.org/ https://www.newonline.org/sites/default/files/files/NEW_Leadership_Crisis_Digitalv3.pdf BBC Women’s Hour Podcast : Women in the Legal Profession https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/womans-hour/id130950322?i=1000460543148 First 100 Years : Celebrating women in Law https://first100years.org.uk/ Book a Breakout Session with Lulu https://luluminns.as.me/breakoutsession Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
21:39 1/3/20
How to Start a “Business for Good” with Sara Osterholzer
This week, Sara Osterholzer from the The Good Business Club joins me which is a membership network for people who run or support businesses that have a purpose beyond profit. We discuss how ‘doing good’ through business includes serving people authentically and using the structure of business to create positive change. During this episode Sara explains how she was inspired by businesses disrupting broken systems and we discuss what it takes to effectively start a ‘business for good’ and the challenges you are likely to face and overcome. And why its so important to surround yourself with likeminded people and communities. “A conversation can spark so much when speaking with the right kind of people. It can be a new opportunity or new way of seeing something which massively impacts the way you create your business” - Sara Osterholzer This week on She Rebel Radio : How we can “do good” though business and what it takes How sharing stories is important to inspire others Why you need to get clear on who your serving and what the need is The crucial element to starting a ‘business for good’ How to nail down what motivates you and to find meaning in your work Why its important to create a structure around your idea and to have support The common challenges and obstacles in starting a ‘business for good’ Why you need to stop holding onto your idea and to start sharing it instead Sara’s advice for She Rebels : “Without knowing who you trying to serve and what the need is — its difficult to build the framework you need “ - Sara Osterholzer Connect with Sara and the Good Business Club Website: www.thegoodbusinessclub.com Twitter: @TheGoodBizClub Instagram: @thegoodbizclub Facebook: @TheGoodBizClub LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/the-good-business-club/ Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. We’d love for you to connect and continue the conversation with us at She Rebel Radio Members and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and be sure to visit our website. 
34:28 1/10/20
When should I forfeit my Prestigious Position? (And what to expect)
During this episode I introduce you to idea of ‘forfeiting your prestigious position’ and why it is necessary. We discuss what to expect, when is the right time to do it and how to prepare for it effectively. We explore what a position of prestige is and how our identity is attached to those positions but why experiencing loss and creating a vacuum is crucial to building your business of significance. “Forfeiting is giving something up and to step up and out into your business of significance, eventually you need to give up your position of prestige”- Lulu Minns This week on She Rebel Radio : Why we can be reluctant to forfeit our positions of prestige What to expect when forfeiting a position of prestige Why you need to create vacuum’s of space How your position of prestige can become a platform to build upon How you can become a more fully expressed version of you The steps of preparation you can take before forfeiting that position Resources :She Rebel Club : https://www.facebook.com/groups/sherebel/ Email : lulu@luluminns.com Book a Breakout Session with Lulu: https://luluminns.as.me/breakoutsession Space and Significance Retreat : https://luluminns.com/candyland Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. We’d love for you to connect and continue the conversation with us at She Rebel Radio Members and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and be sure to visit our website. 
23:14 1/17/20
Demystifying the Art of Women Speaking up in Public with Esther Stanhope
This week, former BBC producer, Confidence Speaker, Author and Personal Impact Expert : Esther Stanhope joins me as we say Goodbye to Glossophobia and banish the fear of public speaking. During the episode we explore the issues around Women being reluctant to speak up in public including in the boardroom, on stage and as a speaker in business. Esther shares her top tips for women and her experience as to why as women can be reluctant to show up as the expert. She also talks about why she left the BBC to start her own business and her initial reluctance to also speak up. “When it comes to communication and speaking up, you are never going to be 100% sure. So let’s make a pact now and just go for being 80% sure. My first tip is to say to yourself — I’m just going for 80% today” - Esther Stanhope This week on She Rebel Radio : The 60% phenomenon men need to speak up compared to 99-200% for women How to create the scene and stage for being in the spotlight Why it needs to be normal to see more women speaking up How we can mix power, warmth and our oddities to be an asset when speaking What you should be visualising instead of a ‘naked audience’ Power Posing and how you can use it (and what to wear) Why public speaking is both a formula and an art Esther’s advice for She Rebels : “If there is anything women need to do differently, we have to have a bit more courage. And use power mixed with warmth. Warmth is about being generous and sharing with your audience” - Esther Stanhope Resources Buy Esther’s Book Goodbye Glossaphobia: https://www.estherstanhope.com/book-store/goodbye-glossaphobia-by-esther-stanhope Amy Cuddy on Power Poses : https://youtu.be/Ks-_Mh1QhMc Funky Shoes : https://www.fluevog.com/She Rebel Radio past Episode : Why your Gift is your Curse http://sherebelradio.libsyn.com/why-your-gift-is-also-your-curse Connect with Esther Twitter - @Estherstanhope1 Insta - @estherstanhope Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/estherstanhope/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/pg/EstherStanhopeImpactGuru/posts/ Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering professional women to pave their own way to success. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. Be sure to visit our website, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram, and join the She Rebel Club for more inspiring content on how to design your success - your way.
51:00 1/24/20
Dial up your Intuition : Dial Down your Instinct
During this episode, I share with you exactly why when leaving your prestigious position and starting your business of significance - you need to dial up your intuition and dial down your instinct. I highlight and illustrate the differences between these two things and why dialling up your intuition is essential. We explore why as women we can be hardwired for some instinctive behaviour that’s not beneficial to growing a business yet when we tune in with intuition -- its a super power we can actually leverage. We explore the core differences between Intuition and Instinct, how you can identify which one you are leading from and the different outcomes you can expect. “It’s important as women we are having a conscious conversation with ourselves in doing the opposite of what our instincts may tell us—dialling it right down. But when it comes to your intuition, make the space to listen to the super power you have as it will create a trail for you to step into your genius” - Lulu Minns This week on She Rebel Radio : Why your instinct will dial up when leaving your prestigious position Why intuition is where you actually want to lead from and a super power How intuition and instinct are different in nature The instincts women in business may need to conquer How you can identify Intuition vs Instinct The different outcomes you can expect when dialling up or down Resources : The Soul’s Brain : https://www.amazon.co.uk/Souls-Brain-Neurology-Intuition-Critters/dp/1401954677 Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. We’d love for you to connect and continue the conversation with us at She Rebel Radio Members and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and be sure to visit our website. 
25:44 1/31/20
Creating a Level Playing Field for Women with Karen Dobres
This week, Karen Dobres an elected Director of Lewes Football Club also known as Equality FC which is the first football club in the world that pays its female players the same as the men which not only means equal pay, but an equal level of coaching and the same quality of strengths’ and conditioning training. During this episode, we discuss how Football teaches us some lessons as to why the game is representative of what is and has happened for women on a wider scale by being excluded from business. We explore why it’s crucial we create a level playing field for women in both in prestigious positions and in business. “For so long, female players have been accepting crumbs from the men’s table and the reason is they’ve had to overcome so much to be there in the first place” - Karen Dobres This week on She Rebel Radio : How being a non-football fan led her to being an elected director of a football club Why women players are ‘behind’ the male teams (this will shock you) How football for women is representative of society and women in business How Lewes FC have marketed and created support for the women’s team Why we need male bastions to support and even initiate a level playing field for women How female footballers can provide as role models for women in their businesses Additional Quote : Simone de Beauvoir — '...her wings are cut and then she is blamed for not knowing how to fly.' Resources Become an owner of Lewes FC: https://www.lewesfc.com/owners He for She Awards : https://www.heforshe.org/en/impact Connect with LEWES FC: Twitter https://twitter.com/LewesFCWomen Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lewesfcwomen/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LewesFCWomen/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/LewesFC Connect with Karen: https://twitter.com/KarenDobres https://www.instagram.com/karendobres/   Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. We’d love for you to connect and continue the conversation with us at She Rebel Radio Members and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and be sure to visit our website. 
45:01 2/7/20
Why you need to get your ‘Emotional House’ in order
During this episode, I share with you why for the last four years I have been on a yoga retreat each year as a means of taking care of my ‘emotional house’ which is critical to stepping into your business of significance. We explore how emotions are a power source of everything including of your business. And why it's crucial to take care of your ‘emotional house’ and burn out rate before learning the how’s, strategy and all the ‘doing’. “A business of significance is driven by your emotions. So if you’re not taking care of your emotions, you are not taking care of business” - Lulu Minns This week on She Rebel Radio : Why you need to keep your emotional house and emotional body in check We explore the negativity around women and being emotional What emotion means and how it can drive our businesses The conditioning of women in prestigious positions as a means of turning emotions off How the mind can keep us safe and be used as means to prove ourselves. Why you need to create the space to process emotions Resources : Let’s chat re: The Space and Significance Retreat : https://luluminns.as.me/connectioncall Check out Gem’s Yoga : https://gemyoga.co.uk/ Multiple Braining : https://www.multiplebraining.co.uk/ Lizzie at Go Coastal : https://goingcoastal.blue/courses-and-retreats/mbit-coach-training/ Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. We’d love for you to connect and continue the conversation with us at She Rebel Radio Members and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and be sure to visit our website.  .
17:53 2/14/20
How to create your Own Freedom Revolution with Penina Shepherd
Penina Shepherd, the Founder of the award winning legal firm, Acumen Law joins me this week, Acumen law was listed by the Financial Times in the top 50 innovative law firms. In 2018, Penina herself was awarded the legal and professional business woman of the year in Sussex, she is also the best selling Author of the Freedom Revolution. During this episode, we discuss when is the right time to create your own Freedom Revolution which is rarely based in logic. Penina explains how to connect with your personal drivers and find your personal passion which is at the heart of creating your own Freedom Revolution. Penina also shares about her recent changes to her role within her business over the last two years. “Fear always has the best lawyers, as when it arrives - it arrives with good solid arguments. Yet the answer AND what you want is always on the other side of that fear ” - Penina Shepherd This week on She Rebel Radio : When to start your own Freedom Revolution and how to make that decision How you might deal with the objections of others and fears that come up What is a Freedom Revolution and how to connect with your personal drivers How people are confused about what drives them and to find their passion The difference between the Intrepreneurs and Entrepreneurs Why you need to define success for yourself Why it might be helpful for women not to define themselves as women or mums in business Additional Quote : ‘’Ask yourself what is the worst that could happen. And then ask yourself a much better question - what is the best that can happen?” Resources Buy Penina’s book : https://www.amazon.co.uk/Freedom-Revolution-Penina-Shepherd/dp/1534682899 Women’s business Awards https://www.businesswomenexcellenceawards.co.uk/   Connect with Penina and Acumen Law Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/acumenbusinesslaw/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AcumenBizLaw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AcumenBusinessLaw/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/acumen-business-law/ Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/penina-shepherd-28a75b6/   Join the She Rebellion! Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of She Rebel Radio - the podcast empowering women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance. If you enjoyed this episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, leave a review, and share your favourite episodes with your friends on social media. We’d love for you to connect and continue the conversation with us at She Rebel Radio Members and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and be sure to visit our website. 
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