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Your Best Looks Different Every Day

Caity Cronkhite

Caity Cronkhite is the CEO and Founder of Good Words LLC, a technical communications consulting firm based in Seattle, Washington and remotely around the globe. Good Words was created to help produce, edit, and deliver communications content for organizations, from startups to Fortune 500 companies. The goal is to intersect both technology and communication to relay complex, specialized information to any audience.

Caity was born and raised on a farm in rural Indiana before leaving her prairie roots to attend Carnegie Mellon University. After college, she moved west to start her career as a technical writer and eventually, an entrepreneur. Caity is passionate about using her personal and professional experience to uplift others, which includes advocating for rural policy change, advocating for increased labor and wage protections for freelance workers, and creating a company that empowers its employees with meaningful career opportunities, no matter where they live.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • Why Caity Cronkhite left technical writing to start her freelance writing career
  • How Caity turned her freelance writing into a business
  • What went right in Caity’s company?
  • Caity’s struggles in her career coming from a small, remote town
  • How bagpipes led Caity to Carnegie Mellon and, ultimately, Good Words LLC
  • Good Words’ efforts to bridge a gap between writers and the new world of freelancing
  • Advice Caity would give to those starting their own business or freelancing career

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How can you carve your own career path? What does it take to become a trailblazer and turn your passion into a business?

Coming from a small town, Caity Cronkhite faced many struggles in the journey to build her career. Looking for new jobs out of college was repetitive, and Caity was searching for something new and exciting. That’s when she decided to step into freelancing, which led her to start a business, continue growing, and achieve her dreams.

Do you have a woman in your life who inspires or empowers you? In this episode of the Lead like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston talks to Caity Cronkhite, Founder and CEO of Good Words LLC. Caity discusses leaving her career to start freelancing and, ultimately, create her business. She explains how each day looks different and sometimes you can only do so much — because your best looks different every single day. You don’t want to miss this inspiring story!

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This episode is brought to you by Artitudes Design by Andrea Heuston. Artitudes Design is an award-winning creative agency that has been creating visual communication for Fortune 500 companies for over 25 years. They have worked with notable companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks, Expedia, and have also served startups and nonprofit organizations.

They specialize in connecting speakers with audiences by creating visual value with presentations and through the creation of motion graphics, video, and content.

To learn more about Artitudes Design, visit their website today. Checkout their portfolio to see their previous projects, and contact them today to find out how they can help you bring your business a cut above the rest.

Making Decisions From Your Head Or Your Heart

Peggy O'Flaherty

Peggy O’Flaherty is an accomplished entrepreneur, author, and community-centric business leader with over 30 years of experience managing and growing female-founded and mission-driven businesses and organizations. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Startup Hustle, Business Insider, Women’s Wear Daily, Modern Retail, and more. In her current venture as the Co-founder and Chief Community Officer of Mavely, Peggy has merged her experience in consumer engagement, fundraising, sales, and account management with data-driven and growth-oriented functional solutions.

In 2017, Peggy co-authored the book Living Your Calling vs. Chasing Your Craving, a reflection and guide dedicated to high-performing women who are seeking to find the balance between their personal ambitions, families, and spirituality. Through detailed exercises, Peggy helps readers discover the joy and harmony that often seems unattainable in running a successful business while raising a family. She often reminds other women to learn the difference between when you make decisions from your head and when you need to use your heart. She is an Illinois native and lives in Downers Grove, Illinois. She holds a BA in government and business from DePaul University and is the proud mother of five children.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • What drives Peggy O’Flaherty’s desire to help other businesses and women succeed?
  • What went right for Peggy as she built her businesses?
  • Peggy explains why she started Mavely and how she chooses who to work with
  • Why Peggy started Creating Space, why she co-authored Living Your Calling vs. Chasing Your Craving, and her reasons for creating the OneParish app
  • How Peggy leads like a woman
  • The best piece of advice Peggy has received from a mentor and her advice to women looking to build a great brand
  • Peggy talks about her superpower and shares her contact details

In this episode…

When building a company, it is important for business owners to take note of their data and key performance indicators. These factors demonstrate how the business is performing and can help identify new opportunities in the industry.

For Peggy O’Flaherty, it is also crucial for business owners to know when to use their hearts and when to use their heads when making a decision. This has helped her build a great brand and make better decisions in both her professional and personal life.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Peggy O’Flaherty, the Co-founder and Chief Community Officer of Mavely, about her work in helping women build their businesses and balance work with their personal lives. They also discuss how women struggle with imposter syndrome and talk about living an intentional life.

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This episode is brought to you by Artitudes Design by Andrea Heuston. Artitudes Design is an award-winning creative agency that has been creating visual communication for Fortune 500 companies for over 25 years. They have worked with notable companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks, Expedia, and have also served startups and nonprofit organizations.

They specialize in connecting speakers with audiences by creating visual value with presentations and through the creation of motion graphics, video, and content.

To learn more about Artitudes Design, visit their website today. Checkout their portfolio to see their previous projects, and contact them today to find out how they can help you bring your business a cut above the rest.

You Need a Rudder For Your Boat

Erin Keam

Erin Keam is the Host of Conversations About Closets With My Closest 1000 Friends podcast and has interviewed over 160 women, mainly entrepreneurs, and she interviews them about what they do and why it matters. She loves to showcase and connect women, as she believes they are the answer to everything. The more money they make, the better the world will be.

Erin also offers mentoring and marketing services. There’s nothing she loves more than exploring The Shero’s Journey with her businesses so they can create content that resonates with clients, strategize ways to develop growth, or clarify core messaging. Her word of the year is “clarity,” and that’s what she brings to her clients. When not creatively brainstorming, Erin is rewriting sexist lyrics to popular songs and learning to rap.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • What inspired Erin Keam to start a marketing and mentoring business?
  • What went right for Erin when she started her business?
  • Erin talks about her coaching and mentoring work and explains what The Shero’s Journey is about
  • What sparked the idea for Erin’s podcast, Conversations About Closets With My Closest 1000 Friends?
  • What made Erin move to the US from New Zealand?
  • Why mental health should be a top priority in women’s careers
  • The most impactful piece of advice Erin has received from a mentor — and her inspiring superpower

In this episode…

To become a great leader and businesswoman, you need clarity in everything you do. You need to know what you want, where you are heading, and what steps you should take to get there. In business, you have to understand your target audience in order to create the right marketing messages for them.

One way to do this is to work with professionals and surround yourself with a community of like-minded people. This is what Erin Keam did while growing her marketing and mentoring business. Now, she’s an inspiration to professionals everywhere, working with women to help them gain clarity in their lives and realize just how amazing they are.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Erin Keam, the Host of Conversations About Closets With My Closest 1000 Friends podcast, to talk about her coaching and mentoring work and the importance of clarity. Erin also explains how she helps women improve their lives, talks about her podcast, details The Shero’s Journey, and explains why mental health is important. Stay tuned.

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This episode is brought to you by Artitudes Design by Andrea Heuston. Artitudes Design is an award-winning creative agency that has been creating visual communication for Fortune 500 companies for over 25 years. They have worked with notable companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks, Expedia, and have also served startups and nonprofit organizations.

They specialize in connecting speakers with audiences by creating visual value with presentations and through the creation of motion graphics, video, and content.

To learn more about Artitudes Design, visit their website today. Checkout their portfolio to see their previous projects, and contact them today to find out how they can help you bring your business a cut above the rest.

[100th Episode] Looking Back on Inspirational Lessons From Powerful Women

Andrea Heuston

Andrea Heuston is the CEO and Creative Principal of Artitudes Design, an award-winning creative agency. She has over 20 years of experience in the design industry and has won several awards such as the Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 under 40, the Annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards for Enterprising Women Magazine, Cambridge Who’s Who, and the Key4Women Achieve Award.

Andrea holds a degree in communications and design from the University of Washington. She is a speaker, author, and a volunteer who helps plan, purchase, prepare, and serve meals for the members of The Matt Talbot Center. Andrea is also the host of the Lead Like a Woman Show where she features top women leaders in order to share their inspirational stories on life and leadership.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • Andrea Heuston talks about her interview with Jean Thompson and Dr. Kristin Kahle
  • What Andrea learned from her interviews with Jasmine Donovan, Catherine Crosslin, and Gillian Muessig
  • Why do women in leadership return a higher ROI?
  • How to make your soul sing with Pastor Chanda Mills Crutcher
  • Timeless lessons from Cole Banks, Andrea Herrera, and Jenna Lange
  • Andrea talks about her interviews with Sharelle Klaus, Lisa Rueff, and Stephanie Sims
  • Tips for supporting women in the wine industry from Faith Koen and Christina Starr
  • The importance of trusting your inner GPS
  • What Andrea learned from talking with the Mayor of Oakland Park, Florida and the CEO of TechWerxe
  • Andrea’s interviews with Ironman athlete Suzie Yorke, football star Adrienne Smith, wine expert Deborah Brenner, and yoga instructor Hope Zvara
  • Andrea’s books — and the major life experiences that have influenced her life

In this episode…

Andrea Heuston has had the privilege of interviewing many smart women on her podcast, the Lead Like A Woman Show. These have included top business leaders, philanthropists, and political leaders. She has also talked to female Ironman athletes, football stars, yoga instructors, as well as women in the wine industry.

Over the course of the podcast, Andrea has unearthed different perspectives about starting and running a successful business and leading like a woman. She has also seen how important it is for women to build resiliency in both their personal and professional lives.

On this 100th episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Dr. Jeremy Weisz, the Co-founder of Rise25, to talk about the key lessons she learned from some of her podcast guests. They also talk about the importance of pivoting, supporting women in the male-dominated wine industry, and explain why women in leadership often return a higher ROI. Stay tuned.

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This episode is brought to you by Artitudes Design by Andrea Heuston. Artitudes Design is an award-winning creative agency that has been creating visual communication for Fortune 500 companies for over 25 years. They have worked with notable companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks, Expedia, and have also served startups and nonprofit organizations.

They specialize in connecting speakers with audiences by creating visual value with presentations and through the creation of motion graphics, video, and content.

To learn more about Artitudes Design, visit their website today. Checkout their portfolio to see their previous projects, and contact them today to find out how they can help you bring your business a cut above the rest.

[Women of EO] You Have to Show Up!

Daisy Jing is the Founder and CEO of Banish, a natural skincare line targeted in treating acne scars. Daisy suffered acne all of her life, and traditionally prescribed treatments didn’t work for her. She studied pre-med and dermatology at Duke University and while there, she started her YouTube channel reviewing skincare products. Through her vulnerability and story of her skincare journey, the YouTube channel garnered over 70 million views. She started formulating her own products to help her skin, and before long, her audience wanted to buy whatever it was she was using. And so Banish was born.

Today, Banish is a multimillion-dollar business and its products are sold all over the world. Daisy is a TEDx speaker, Inc. 500 entrepreneur, Forbes 30 Under 30 entrepreneur, and most importantly, mom to a daughter and a Labradoodle. In her free time, Daisy loves fitness and teaches lagree pilates.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • Daisy Jing’s journey to launch Banish and how she comes up with new products
  • What went right for Daisy when she started her business?
  • Daisy discusses her TEDx talk “A Tragedy Called Perfection” and shares her tips for dealing with imposter syndrome
  • How Daisy leads like a woman and balances motherhood with her career
  • The most impactful piece of advice Daisy has received
  • Daisy’s superpower and how to get in touch with her

In this episode…

Despite all the pressure women face as entrepreneurs, business leaders, and mothers, it’s very important for them to be authentic and show up as their best selves. This may not be easy, but from experience, Daisy Jing knows just how valuable it is.

While struggling to find a solution for her acne, Daisy created a YouTube channel where she shared her journey and struggles. She did this honestly and authentically and ended up amassing a big audience that was going through the same problems. When she started creating her own products to treat her acne, this audience asked for the products, eventually leading to the launch of Daisy’s skincare brand.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Daisy Jing, the Founder and CEO of Banish, about how she built her natural skincare business authentically. They also discuss Daisy’s TEDx talk, share tips for dealing with imposter syndrome, and talk about the value of being your true self when building a brand. Stay tuned.

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This episode is brought to you by Artitudes Design by Andrea Heuston. Artitudes Design is an award-winning creative agency that has been creating visual communication for Fortune 500 companies for over 25 years. They have worked with notable companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks, Expedia, and have also served startups and nonprofit organizations.

They specialize in connecting speakers with audiences by creating visual value with presentations and through the creation of motion graphics, video, and content.

To learn more about Artitudes Design, visit their website today. Checkout their portfolio to see their previous projects, and contact them today to find out how they can help you bring your business a cut above the rest.

Trust That the World Has a Lot in Store for You!

Mori Taheripour

Mori Taheripour is a negotiation expert, globally recognized and highly sought-after speaker, and award-winning educator. She has worked with some of the most iconic sports leagues and Fortune 100 corporations over the past 20 years. She also teaches negotiation and dispute resolution at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and is a seven-time recipient of awards for excellence in teaching.

Mori’s work has been featured in top business publications and media outlets including ESPN, Forbes, Inc., and NPR. She is also a contributor to sports discussions on SiriusXM’s Wharton Business Daily. Some of her current and past clients include the Goldman Sachs Foundation, Major League Baseball, National Basketball Players Association, National Football League, the Timberland company, United Parcel Service, Wasserman, Wells Fargo, and the White House Fellows Program. In March of 2020, Mori’s first book, Bring Yourself: How to Harness the Power of Connection to Negotiate Fearlessly was published by Penguin Random House.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • Mori Taheripour explains why she created MT Global Strategies
  • What Mori teaches about negotiation — and what went right for her when she started MT Global Strategies
  • Why women need to honor themselves and do what makes them happy
  • How running a healthcare consulting firm prepared Mori for her current role
  • Mori talks about teaching negotiation to people in the sports world and her journey writing a book
  • The value of trusting and taking advantage of new opportunities
  • Mori talks about her superpower, her contact details, and her advice on embracing chaos and uncertainty

In this episode…

In the course of building a business or becoming a leader, women often receive advice from others who have gone through the same experiences as them. However, most women aren’t aware of their great qualities and don’t realize that others see these great qualities as well.

Just because you don’t see your value, doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. Mori Taheripour advises women to trust in themselves and trust that the world has a lot in store for them. Fearlessly go after new opportunities as they arise, because they could lead to great success and achievements.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Mori Taheripour, a negotiation expert, to talk about negotiation skills and empowering women to become better. Mori also talks about the value of following the road less traveled, the mission of her book, and explains how negotiation helps in finding a person’s voice. Stay tuned.

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This episode is brought to you by Artitudes Design by Andrea Heuston. Artitudes Design is an award-winning creative agency that has been creating visual communication for Fortune 500 companies for over 25 years. They have worked with notable companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks, Expedia, and have also served startups and nonprofit organizations.

They specialize in connecting speakers with audiences by creating visual value with presentations and through the creation of motion graphics, video, and content.

To learn more about Artitudes Design, visit their website today. Checkout their portfolio to see their previous projects, and contact them today to find out how they can help you bring your business a cut above the rest.

It’s the Little Steps Along the Way

Dr. Wenwen Ni

Dr. Wenwen Ni is an Assistant Professor at Sonoma State University. She has a Ph.D. in social psychology from UCLA, and her work broadly examines the experiences of underrepresented groups including women in leadership and college students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds. She focuses on how social and environmental cues can affect identity and feelings of belonging, particularly when members of underrepresented groups are interacting with majority group members. Dr. Ni was a Senior Project Manager with Artitudes Design before pursuing her doctorate at UCLA.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • Why Dr. Wenwen Ni decided to get a doctorate degree in social psychology
  • What went right for Dr. Ni as she pursued her dreams
  • How social and environmental cues affect identity and feelings of belonging for women leaders
  • How to normalize women in leadership roles
  • Dr. Ni’s thoughts on gender bias in the events industry
  • What factors play into the psychology of belonging?
  • Dr. Ni explains what she currently teaches, talks about the most impactful piece of advice she has received, and shares her advice to women with a desire to take up leadership roles
  • Dr. Ni’s superpower and how to get in touch with her

In this episode…

Did you know that there are many social, economic, and environmental factors that have a big impact on women leaders? These include social status, feedback from both male and fellow female leaders, and being surrounded by other female leaders in the workplace.

Dr. Wenwen Ni’s quest to understand the social psychology of underrepresented groups has helped her learn so much about how different psychological factors influence such groups in society. She encourages women leaders to have mentors and female role models to help guide them get to where they want to be.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Dr. Wenwen Ni, an Assistant Professor at Sonoma State University, joins Andrea Heuston to talk about the various psychological factors that affect women in leadership roles. Dr. Ni shares her thoughts on gender bias in the events industry, explains how social and environmental factors influence women in the workplace, and talks about the importance of taking small steps to reach your goals. Stay tuned.

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This episode is brought to you by Artitudes Design by Andrea Heuston. Artitudes Design is an award-winning creative agency that has been creating visual communication for Fortune 500 companies for over 25 years. They have worked with notable companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks, Expedia, and have also served startups and nonprofit organizations.

They specialize in connecting speakers with audiences by creating visual value with presentations and through the creation of motion graphics, video, and content.

To learn more about Artitudes Design, visit their website today. Checkout their portfolio to see their previous projects, and contact them today to find out how they can help you bring your business a cut above the rest.

Be Kind

Diana Fryc

Diana Fryc is the Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at Retail Voodoo, a US-based branding firm that helps food, beverage, wellness, and fitness companies address their toughest growth challenges. As the daughter of parents who endured unimaginable hardship before emigrating from Eastern Europe to the US, Diana is built for a higher purpose. From working with Jane Goodall to source sustainably made paper, she went on to a career helping corporate America normalize the use of environmentally responsible products and materials before working with Retail Voodoo.

Diana believes that businesses should be a force for good and uses her networking powers to drive change, specifically in the areas of employment diversity, food equality, and the promotion of a sustainable supply chain. She founded and hosts the Gooder Podcast, where she interviews powerhouse women leading on every level in food, beverage, and wellness categories.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • Diana Fryc’s education and career background
  • What went right for Diana in building Retail Voodoo and the most interesting project she has worked on
  • Why Diana decided to get an MBA in executive leadership
  • How Andrea and Diana reconnected many years after high school
  • What inspired Diana to start the Gooder Podcast?
  • The advice that has had a big impact on Diana — and her advice to women leaders in business
  • Diana’s superpower and contact details

In this episode…

One way leaders can hone their skills, grow, and become better leaders is by asking questions and learning from others, especially those with more established businesses who have been in leadership roles for a long time. However, not every piece of advice received will be good and applicable to an aspiring leader.

While working at a leadership development firm, Diana Fryc was told by one of her male superiors that being nice would not get her far in business. However, she found out later on that the piece of advice did not align with her values and who she was. She now advises fellow women leaders to have big hearts, be humble, and be clear on what they want.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Diana Fryc, the Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at Retail Voodoo, to talk about running a CPG-focused company and branding in high heels. They also discuss Diana’s Gooder Podcast, how to be a better female leader, and the interesting projects Diana has worked on at Retail Voodoo. Stay tuned.

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This episode is brought to you by Artitudes Design by Andrea Heuston. Artitudes Design is an award-winning creative agency that has been creating visual communication for Fortune 500 companies for over 25 years. They have worked with notable companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks, Expedia, and have also served startups and nonprofit organizations.

They specialize in connecting speakers with audiences by creating visual value with presentations and through the creation of motion graphics, video, and content.

To learn more about Artitudes Design, visit their website today. Checkout their portfolio to see their previous projects, and contact them today to find out how they can help you bring your business a cut above the rest.

The Outgoing Introvert

Natasha Miller

Natasha Miller is the Founder and Chief Experience Designer of Entire Productions, the go-to experience design event and entertainment production company based in San Francisco. She has been on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies in America for three years in a row. Her passion and commitment to giving back drive her invariable contributions and participation with numerous charitable organizations.

Natasha also performs as a jazz vocalist and is a trained classical violinist. She is a proud graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program and has studied entrepreneurship at the Harvard Business School and MIT. She is also a member of the Recording Academy, ASCAP, SF Travel, and Meeting Professionals International (MPI). She resides in San Francisco, California, where she is a member and on the board of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO).

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • Natasha Miller’s background in music and how she got into event production
  • What has led to the growth of Entire Productions and its entry to the Inc. 5000 list?
  • What went right for Natasha as she grew her business?
  • Natasha explains what an outgoing introvert means and talks about the mission of her podcast, Fascinating Entrepreneurs
  • The most interesting event Natasha has organized
  • How Natasha became a homeless teen, her advice to a person feeling lost, and how she empowers women
  • Natasha’s superpower and how to get in touch with her

In this episode…

Being an introvert does not mean that you cannot be outgoing, vivacious, and a top performer. You can be your best self but still set boundaries on how much time you spend with others, both professionally and personally.

As a person who identifies herself as an outgoing introvert, Natasha Miller knows very well what this means. She enjoys spending a big chunk of her time alone despite being at the helm of an event production company. She is not shy and lets other people know what to expect when working with her.

Natasha Miller, the Founder and Chief Experience Designer at Entire Productions, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show where she talks about growing a multimillion-dollar event production company. Natasha also explains what an outgoing introvert refers to, talks about setting boundaries, and describes the importance of seeking mentorship. Stay tuned.

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This episode is brought to you by Artitudes Design by Andrea Heuston. Artitudes Design is an award-winning creative agency that has been creating visual communication for Fortune 500 companies for over 25 years. They have worked with notable companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks, Expedia, and have also served startups and nonprofit organizations.

They specialize in connecting speakers with audiences by creating visual value with presentations and through the creation of motion graphics, video, and content.

To learn more about Artitudes Design, visit their website today. Checkout their portfolio to see their previous projects, and contact them today to find out how they can help you bring your business a cut above the rest.

We Don’t Have to Be the Best for Everyone All the Time

Andrea Duffield

Andrea Duffield is the Chief Executive Officer at Bridgeways. Over the span of 15 years as a speech-language pathologist, she obtained her MBA and went on to start and run her own business, Mosaic Rehabilitation. Mosaic provided speech, physical and occupational therapy, behavioral health, psychology, and counseling services in four clinical locations across the Seattle area. During her time there, Andrea was recognized as the Outstanding Treatment Provider by FEAT of Washington and the Nellie Cashman Business Woman of the Year. She also received accolades for her entrepreneurial acumen from the Puget Sound Business Journal, American Business Awards, and 425 Magazine.

After exiting Mosaic in 2019, Andrea transitioned into the nonprofit arena and is now serving as the CEO at Bridgeways in Everett, Washington. Bridgeway’s mission is to provide services that promote quality of life for individuals living with mental health concerns in a manner that facilitates growth, independence, and a sense of community.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • Andrea Duffield talks about working at Bridgeways and how they create change in the community
  • Andrea’s love for working with underserved communities
  • What went right for Andrea in her life journey and in her career
  • What does resilience mean to Andrea and how does she lead like a woman?
  • The best piece of advice Andrea has ever received
  • Andrea’s advice to a woman struggling to be resilient
  • Andrea talks about her superpower and shares her contact details

In this episode…

Do you struggle with perfection? Do you find yourself trying to be the best person for everyone all of the time?

Unknown to many women, the desire for perfection often has a negative impact on their lives. This makes them struggle in both their personal and professional lives, unlike men who are more willing to make mistakes. The truth is, you don’t have to be the best all of the time — you’re allowed to make mistakes and give yourself grace.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Andrea Duffield, the Chief Executive Officer at Bridgeways, about the value of resiliency and serving underprivileged communities. Andrea also talks about the best way to manage employees, how being a mother has impacted her life, and how she leads with strength. Stay tuned.

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This episode is brought to you by Artitudes Design by Andrea Heuston. Artitudes Design is an award-winning creative agency that has been creating visual communication for Fortune 500 companies for over 25 years. They have worked with notable companies such as Microsoft, Starbucks, Expedia, and have also served startups and nonprofit organizations.

They specialize in connecting speakers with audiences by creating visual value with presentations and through the creation of motion graphics, video, and content.

To learn more about Artitudes Design, visit their website today. Checkout their portfolio to see their previous projects, and contact them today to find out how they can help you bring your business a cut above the rest.