Courage & Clarity

Catch insights that really work from successful female entrepreneurs.

About the show

These spirited conversations give us a peek behind the curtain and share what it really takes to earn an independent living doing something you love. Add one part grounding inspiration to one part tangible tactics and you've got this podcast: a unique way to catch insights that really work from successful female entrepreneurs. These real, honest stories will help you find the courage and clarity to go after what you love!

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Episodes

  • 106: Why Showing Up is Enough: From 0 to 13,000 Hits in a Day

    September 3rd, 2018  |  57 mins 24 secs
    business, coaching, entrepreneur, female entrepreneurship, launches, marketing

    Ready to hear from a woman maybe only one or two steps ahead from where you are? Jen is right there with you, as she launched her blog 5 months ago. Listen to this episode for how a piece of her writing went viral and she literally went from blogging to crickets to having an audience! You’re going to love hearing the before and after numbers.

  • 105: Backstage Pass: Tools, Tech & Exact Process for a $40k Course Launch

    August 27th, 2018  |  50 mins 39 secs
    business, coaching, entrepreneur, female entrepreneurship, launches, marketing

    If there’s one thing I love, it’s opening the curtain to allow others to have a sneak peak behind the scenes on what it takes to be successful.
    In this backstage pass style episode, I’m giving you the real tactics I used to have a $40k launch.

  • 104: Thinking of Launching a Course? 4 Ways to Know When You're Ready (ep. 104)

    August 20th, 2018  |  42 mins 27 secs
    audience, business, daily routine, email marketing, entrepreneur, growth, habits, marketing, personal development, productivity, sales, scheduling, social media, women in business

    In this 2-part series, I'm tackling the courage components of what it takes to launch a successful course (to the tune of $40k in revenue!) Before you dive into building your own course and risk hearing absolute crickets, here are 4 things to think through to be totally sure you're setting yourself up for success.

  • 103: How to Grow When No One is Paying Attention to You (Business Wisdom, ep 103)

    August 13th, 2018  |  50 mins 36 secs

    Megan Hale is back for some "Bizdom"! Today we're answering a question from listener Vicki, all about how to move forward when literally 5 people are downloading your podcast. How do you persevere (and actually grow) when you have zero traction? Join us for some tactical answers.

  • 102: How To Sell Out a Group Program with Zero Audience with Kristine Newman (ep 102)

    July 30th, 2018  |  1 hr 6 mins
    audience, business, daily routine, email marketing, entrepreneur, growth, habits, marketing, personal development, productivity, sales, scheduling, social media, women in business

    My student Kristine Newman shares the incredible story of taking her 15 year brick and mortar business online after a devastating change in her life. She went from absolutely zero people paying attention to her, to pulling 6 women into a paid group program in 2 weeks flat.

  • 101: Productivity Your Way: 3 Ways Megan Seeley Customizes her 15 Minute Planner

    July 23rd, 2018  |  56 mins 29 secs
    audience, business, daily routine, email marketing, entrepreneur, growth, habits, marketing, personal development, productivity, scheduling, social media, women in business

    This week I'm so excited to welcome my friend and coaching student, Megan Seeley -- The Goal Designer!

  • 100: Amy Porterfield: 5 Game-Changing Strategies for Hosting Wildly Profitable Webinars

    July 16th, 2018  |  51 mins 53 secs

    I’m beyond excited to introduce Episode 100’s super special guest, Amy Porterfield!

  • 99: The Elements of a Successful Pre-Launch (And, What Typical Marketing Advice Won't Tell You) Ep 99

    July 9th, 2018  |  47 mins 59 secs
    audience, business, daily routine, email marketing, entrepreneur, growth, habits, marketing, personal development, productivity, scheduling, social media, women in business

    In the final episode of the Business Wisdom Series (for now!), Megan asks Steph: "From here, it looks like it's all fun and success for you in your business. But is that the whole story?"

  • 98: "Is This as Good as it Gets?" What To Do When Things Feel Stagnant (Ep 98, Business Wisdom Series)

    July 2nd, 2018  |  47 mins 20 secs
    audience, blogging, business, entrepreneur, growth, life coaching, marketing, social media, women in business

    Have you ever asked, "is this as good as it's gonna get in my business?" In this episode of the Business Wisdom Series, Steph & Megan dive deep into plateaus -- what they are, why they happen, why they're normal and how to move past them.

  • 97: All About Balance: Clients, In-Person Vs. Online & Daily Routines (ep 97, Business Wisdom Series)

    June 25th, 2018  |  55 mins 13 secs
    audience, business, daily routine, email marketing, entrepreneur, growth, habits, marketing, personal development, productivity, scheduling, social media, women in business

    Running your own business on your own terms is awesome and everything but ... what about balance? 

    It's a question we get all the time, and if we're honest, it's something we're wrestling with all the time ourselves. 

  • 96: A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting the Word Out About Your Product (Business Wisdom Series, Ep 96)

    June 18th, 2018  |  53 mins 23 secs
    advice, business, business building, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, lifestyle, marketing, online business, social media, women in business

    Steph & Megan discussed two things needed to run a successful business— building audience and building products. In the clarity part of the conversation, we share tips and advice on how to serve people better & grow your business.

  • 95: Pricing Boot Camp: Do I Lower My Price to Attract Customers? (Ep 95, Business Wisdom Series)

    June 11th, 2018  |  38 mins 13 secs
    advice, business, career, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, lifestyle, marketing, pricing, sales, self-help, selling, women in business

    In this episode of the Business Wisdom Series, Steph and Megan answer Patrick's question: Do I reduce my price to attract customers, or keep the price I set?

  • 94: Pushing Hard Enough vs. Pushing Too Hard: Business Growth without Burnout

    June 5th, 2018  |  45 mins 18 secs
    advice, business, business building, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, lifestyle, marketing, online business, social media, women in business

    Lauren's question: As a part-time blogger who wants to go full-time someday, how do you know if you're pushing yourself hard enough? How do you gauge your pace and your progress without measuring your efforts against other people in your niche? How to avoid that demoralizing comparison trap but also avoid cuddling yourself into routines that may not be enough to get you to your goal? I'm very curious to know your thoughts on how you walk the line between self-compassion and your entrepreneurial hustle.

  • 93: Why You're Stuck: Questions & Exercises to Actually Move Forward (Ep 93, Business Wisdom Series)

    May 29th, 2018  |  38 mins 10 secs
    business, entrepreneurship, lifestyle, marketing, meditation, social media, women in business

    I know I'm stuck. I know I want to get UNstuck. But WHY am I stuck? Does it matter? Our thoughts inside...

  • 92: Overwhelmed By Free Business Advice? How To Balance Learning & Doing (Ep 92)

    May 21st, 2018  |  41 mins 36 secs
    advice, business, business building, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, lifestyle, marketing, online business, social media, women in business

    If you've ever hit information overload when it comes to online business advice, you aren't alone.

  • 91: How to Get Your First 100 Subscribers (Without Frustration & Overwhelm) Ep 90, Business Wisdom Series

    May 14th, 2018  |  44 mins 10 secs
    audience, business, email marketing, entrepreneur, growth, marketing, social media, women in business

    So we've all heard about the importance of growing an audience and that sounds all well and good, but... how in the world do you get actual people to start paying attention to you when you're starting from scratch?