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Just Take That Leap!

Ulyanna Chung

Ulyanna Chung is the Owner of Chung Insurance Agency Inc. Prior to that, she was a federal law enforcement officer for six years. She worked with the US Customs Service for four years and then as a Federal Air Marshal for two years. During her time in federal law enforcement, she was accepted into the federal leadership program, received two customs commissioners awards, and numerous expert shooter awards.

Ulyanna is originally from Southern California and a proud UCLA alumnus. She has been married for over 18 years and is a mother to two teenage boys. She has served on the board of several nonprofit organizations such as the Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Las Vegas, and Entrepreneurs’ Organization Las Vegas. She has also served as a council member on the Nevada Division of Insurance Commissioners Asian Advisory.

Ulyanna has been an insurance agent for over 18 years as a chartered financial consultant. Her agency’s mission is to be a difference in the lives of the people and their team, agency, and community. In addition, she’s the Author of the book Culture of Agency, which helps insurance agencies achieve success by developing and fostering their unique, dynamic culture. Chung Insurance Agency Inc. continues to provide insurance and financial services in the Las Vegas area.

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

  • Ulyanna Chung’s career background and how she became an insurance agency owner
  • What does it take to win an expert shooter award?
  • What went right when Ulyanna started her business?
  • Ulyanna talks about expanding her agency, balancing work with family, and giving back to the community
  • How Ulyanna leads like a woman 
  • Ulyanna explains why she started a new company — and talks about her book, Culture of Agency
  • The most impactful piece of advice Ulyanna has received from a mentor and her advice to women struggling to do something different
  • Ulyanna’s superpower and contact details

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Being a leader can be difficult when you have to juggle your professional and personal life. You have to think about your family, business partners, company culture, and mentors. On top of that, you have a lot of responsibility, which could dissuade you from taking risks throughout your career.

Ulyanna Chung believes that to be a successful leader, you have to let go of guilt and learn from your failures. Use your past experiences to improve. She also advises women afraid of venturing into the unknown to take the leap, follow their passion, and not get comfortable where they are.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston hosts Ulyanna Chung, the Owner of Chung Insurance Agency, to talk about leadership and culture. Ulyanna shares her experience in federal law enforcement, talks about giving back to the community, and discusses different types of company culture.

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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.

Expect 1,000 No’s for Every 1 YES

Lisa Riggs

Lisa Riggs, known as the Sock Queen, is the Founder of Spirit Sox USA, a company focused on making a difference in the world with each pair of customized socks. By collaborating with their customers to design unique socks and incorporating their branding, Lisa has found a niche that allows her to use her background in fundraising, HR, and management. As a mom of two children, she has been involved in fundraisers for a variety of activities and sports. After creating a sock fundraiser for her daughter’s school, she realized this success could be replicated in other businesses, and Spirit Sox USA was born.

Today, Lisa has helped thousands of businesses with branded socks that can be sold, provided as a corporate gift, or offered as a customer giveaway. While Spirit Sox USA customizes socks, they never lose sight of their mission — to make the world a better place. One way they do this is by donating 5% of all profits towards providing socks for the homeless in America. To date, they’ve donated thousands of socks to the homeless across the country. Lisa, a lifelong resident of California, has been married for 25 years and has two college-aged children, two dogs, a 30-year-old box turtle, and an active lifestyle. She and her family enjoy spending time at the beach, going hiking, and playing sports.

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

  • What drove Lisa Riggs to start her own company?
  • How Lisa uses socks to fundraise and give back to the community
  • How Lisa leads like a woman — and her advice to a woman looking to start a business
  • What has led to the success of Spirit Sox USA?
  • What Lisa loves about her work — and what she is currently curious about
  • Lisa talks about the most impactful piece of advice she has received, her superpower, and contact details

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Many women working in the corporate world often face challenges that limit their success. To overcome this, some choose to go into business. However, acquiring customers, dealing with competitors, and finding the best strategies to grow a business in the early days can also prove difficult. So what can business owners do to solve these challenges?

While starting her own company, Lisa Riggs learned the value of perseverance. She sought advice from other leaders and now advises fellow women not to be afraid of leading like a woman. You have to lead with integrity and authenticity. You also have to set realistic expectations and be ready to embrace rejections.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston hosts Lisa Riggs, the Founder of Spirit Sox USA, to talk about creating value through socks. They also talk about using socks to fundraise and give back to the community, the challenges women working in the corporate world face, and the strategies Lisa used to grow her business.

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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.

Who Can You Serve?

Cathey Kuo

Cathey Kuo is a real estate broker, investor, and entrepreneur with over 10 years of experience in commercial real estate leasing and sales, real estate investing, asset management, and 1031 exchanges. As a business owner and investor, she has an innate grasp of the real estate market and entrepreneurship which allows her to be solution-oriented and empathize with all parties in a deal to structure a win-win resolution. Her immense desire to help others fulfill their entrepreneurial dreams and grow their investment portfolios stems from her own family’s humble beginnings.

As the child of first-generation immigrants, Cathey experienced firsthand the countless goals and opportunities that could be achieved through grit and hard work and strives to empower others to fulfill their dreams. She began her career in real estate working alongside her mother, who has her own successful 30-year track record in the industry as an agent and investor. After high school, Cathey went on to gain her BBA in real estate from Baruch College – Zicklin School of Business in New York City. She began her professional life in New York but moved to Las Vegas in 2014 to expand her career.

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

  • Cathey Kuo’s experience working at a large commercial real estate firm and why she started her own company
  • How Cathey uses her skills to give back to the community
  • What is a 1031 exchange?
  • What Cathey learned from her immigrant parents — and how she started an Instagram account to support local restaurants
  • Cathey explains how she leads like a woman and talks about the limiting beliefs she had to overcome
  • The best piece of advice Cathey has received from a mentor and her advice to women struggling in leadership
  • Cathey’s superpower and contact details

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How can you lead with kindness? Is empathy important? What leadership traits do you embody?

For Cathey Kuo, leading like a woman means leading with empathy, kindness, and integrity. When you don’t know something, admit it — but don’t let anyone make you feel inferior. It is also important to be authentic, know who you serve, and provide value to make people’s lives better.

Cathey Kuo, a real estate broker, investor, and entrepreneur, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show to talk about building a business through grit and determination. Cathey shares her experience in the real estate industry, the limiting beliefs she had to overcome, and how she uses her skills to give back to the community.

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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.

Courageous Conversations

Rosalyn Taylor O'Neale

Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale was named one of the Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America, Top Executives in Diversity, 100 Top Executives in America, and 100 Most Influential LGBT People of the Year. From the segregated South across five continents, this African-American woman has filled her life with interesting people and complex subjects. The former chief diversity officer, executive VP of diversity initiatives, and principal consultant specializes in facilitating courageous conversations about race, culture, sexual orientation, and gender identity.

Rosalyn is the Author of four books including 7 Keys 2 Success: Unlocking the Passion for Diversity and The Power of Passion, Courage, and Faith. She has been quoted in Black Enterprise Magazine, Cable World Magazine, and Harvard Business Review. Rosalyn received a master’s of social work from the University of Louisville and has three dogs and three cats.

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

  • What inspired Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale to start a consulting practice?
  • Rosalyn talks about her work around diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • How diversity has evolved over the years
  • How Rosalyn promotes courageous conversations about unconscious bias
  • Rosalyn explains how she creates diversity and inclusion programs for different countries — and why she wrote her latest book
  • The most popular piece of advice Rosalyn has received from her mentors
  • Rosalyn’s superpower and contact details

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What does it take to manage a diverse workforce? What can you do to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in your organization?

According to Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale, a courageous leader is bold enough to talk about topics that may make others feel uncomfortable. They do not let fear stop them and are passionate about what they stand for. A courageous leader learns how to manage a diverse workforce, creates a safe place for their team, and recognizes their biased thoughts.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale, a speaker and author, to talk about having courageous conversations. They discuss how diversity has evolved over the years, how Rosalyn creates diversity and inclusion programs, and how she promotes courageous conversations about unconscious bias.

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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.

Lead Like a Woman: Tales From the Trenches Part 2

Helena Gibson

Helena Gibson is a serial entrepreneur, creator of The 7-Figure Salon, Founder of STRUT Hair Solutions, and a single mom. She is also an educator, author, master NLP practitioner, and podcaster. Her parlay into entrepreneurship began with an auto repair shop back in 2002, Manhattan Motors. She completely changed paths after she saw her mother struggling with hair loss. Helena watched her mom try to find solutions for her hair loss and realized that many other women were struggling with the exact same thing. In short, she saw a need, so she started STRUT Hair Solutions.

Hazel Ortega

Hazel Ortega is a leading expert in vocational rehabilitation for injured workers. As a formerly injured worker herself, she understands the importance of providing hope, resources, and services to injured workers. She knows first-hand how education changes people’s lives and keeps families together. Hazel earned her master’s degree in educational psychology and proceeded to open the Ortega Counseling Center in 2001, ensuring the delight of her clients by fighting for their rights to education. She has owned nearly a dozen businesses including one of LA’s top restaurants, the Nixon, in Whittier, California, and the designer sensation, Savvy Sox. Helena and Hazel are both featured authors in the book Lead Like a Woman: Tales From the Trenches.

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

  • Helena Gibson and Hazel Ortega talk about their chapters in the book Lead Like a Woman: Tales From the Trenches
  • The value of believing in miracles
  • How perseverance has helped Helena live her dream life
  • Hazel’s advice on how to be open to receiving miracles
  • Helena shares her tips for getting out of the trenches
  • Who should read Lead Like a Woman: Tales From the Trenches?
  • Where to learn more about Hazel and Helena

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What can you do to create your dream life? How can you control your mind, especially when doubt creeps in and tries to sway you from your dreams and goals?

For Helena Gibson and Hazel Ortega, the answer is perseverance and believing in miracles. Instead of spending all your time figuring out the ‘how,’ you have to live as if everything is a miracle. Once you do that, you’ll start to notice and appreciate life more. Your brain gets programmed to make miracles happen, and doors start opening.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Helena Gibson and Hazel Ortega, featured authors of the book Lead Like a Woman: Tales From the Trenches, to discuss how to create a mindset of success. They also talk about the value of perseverance and share advice on living a miraculous 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.

Lead Like a Woman: Tales from the Trenches Author Show Part 1

Lauren Reed is the Founder and President of Reed Public Relations. She earned her Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) designation in 2010 and has been a long-standing member of the Public Relations Society of America, serving as President of the Nashville chapter in 2017. Lauren is a member of the Women Presidents Organization (WPO) and serves on the board of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO).

Dr. Kristin Kahle, aka Dr. K, is the CEO and Founder of NavigateHCR, a full-service Affordable Care Act (ACA) and compliance technology company. Dr. K has been published multiple times, and her first book, NOtivation: Use the Power of NO to Make Your First Million Dollars, highlights her experience as a serial entrepreneur, speaker, coach, and mentor. It’s a transparent and honest guide to how she used the power of no to make her first, second, and third million. Lauren and Dr. K are both featured authors in the book Lead Like a Woman: Tales From the Trenches.

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

  • Dr. Kristin Kahle and Lauren Reed talk about their chapters in the book Lead Like a Woman: Tales From the Trenches
  • Lauren’s advice on how to get over the fear of asking for help
  • How the power of “no” has helped Dr. K build three businesses
  • Dr. K and Lauren talk about their books and explain how they lead like women
  • Who should read the book Lead Like a Woman: Tales From the Trenches?
  • Dr. K and Lauren’s advice to women in the trenches looking for a way out 
  • Where to learn more about Dr. K and Lauren

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Despite the success women achieve in their lives, many face self-doubt, imposter syndrome, rejection, and a myriad of other challenges. However, it’s important to know that you don’t have to take on the challenges alone, and you won’t be stuck fighting these battles forever.

To help you get out of the trenches, we’re sitting down with fellow women leaders who have learned crucial lessons the hard way. Tune in to hear how they pulled themselves out of the trenches — and how you can, too.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Lauren Reed and Dr. Kristin Kahle, featured authors in the book Lead Like a Woman: Tales From the Trenches. Together, they talk about how failure can become a stepping stone to your next great achievement. They also share tips for getting over the fear of asking for help, advice to help women find their way out of the trenches, and explain how they lead like women.

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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 Can’t Make All the Mistakes Yourself

Jessica Fialkovich

Jessica Fialkovich is the Co-founder and CEO of Exit Factor, which teaches entrepreneurs how to buy, build, and sell their small to midsize companies. She is a business expert, author, speaker, and small business advocate. When Jessica sold her first business a decade ago, she had no idea where to start. Fortunately, she was able to exit successfully and buy her next company — a business brokerage office. For 10 years, she has built the fastest growing and most successful business brokerage firm in the US, but realized that most business owners who decide to sell are not prepared.

In founding her education firm, Exit Factor, Jessica decided to pull back the curtain about how the business sales process works and give buyers and sellers the tools to successfully and profitably complete a transaction. She is an entrepreneur at heart and has successfully built and sold two startups along with her husband and business partner Al.

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

  • What drove Jessica Fialkovich to start Decanted Wines
  • Jessica shares why she sold her wine business and what she learned from the experience
  • How Jessica bought a business brokerage firm
  • Jessica describes the process of writing her book and reveals a practical anecdote
  • Jessica’s speaking engagements — and the most impactful advice she has ever received
  • How Jessica works with her husband and leads like a woman

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As an entrepreneur, the journey to success is often challenging as you encounter obstacles, make mistakes, and face your fears. So how can you facilitate this process effectively?

Jessica Fialkovich says you don’t have to try every strategy to find what works and what doesn’t. Instead, learn from other’s mistakes to make better decisions. This advice has helped Jessica successfully acquire, sell, and exit many businesses. Now, she’s developed educational resources to help entrepreneurs in their process.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Jessica Fialkovich, the Co-founder and CEO of Exit Factor, to talk about helping entrepreneurs sell and exit their businesses. Jessica also talks about her book, her speaking engagements, and the lessons she learned in her entrepreneurial journey.

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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 Men Who Support the Women] Remove the Obstacle

Stephen Shortt

Stephen Shortt is the Managing Director of ETC Consult and is involved in different industries including leadership development, psychometric selection, entrepreneurship, and education both nationally and internationally. He is the former Global Chair of the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards, which supports student entrepreneurs around the world. He’s also served on the global committee for the Entrepreneurs’ Organization Accelerator Program.

Stephen spent many years fine-tuning his “why” to help him get more clarity about what he wanted to do with his life. And it all boils down to two words: aspire and empower. He wants to help individuals and teams aspire to a better future and empower them to get there. Stephen has delivered seminars and workshops, moderated panel discussions, and acted as the emcee for a range of international events on the topics like entrepreneurship, international communication, leadership, social media marketing, audiovisual marketing, and more.

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

  • Stephen Shortt shares his perspective on the elevation of female leaders over the last 20 years
  • Why Stephen is a feminist and created the blog, Feminist Father
  • What are the barriers to women leading in society, and how can we address them?
  • Stephen shares an eye-opening conversation regarding unconscious bias and limiting beliefs
  • How to honor the different skills and traits of women
  • The best advice Stephen received from a mentor — and his advice to women who feel like there are so many barriers in leadership
  • Stephen talks about his superpower

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When it comes to leadership, women are often judged not based on their skills, value, or the results they can bring — they’re often judged based on gender stereotypes. So what can we do to address these issues and reach a more equitable world?

Oftentimes, our unconscious bias leads us to make generalized assumptions. But it’s our job to challenge those assumptions in order to create a better, more equitable future. We have to move past the labels and understand that each individual has a unique skill set, no matter their gender.

In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston sits down with Stephen Shortt, Managing Director of ETC Consult. Stephen shares how he became a feminist father for his daughters’ future, how one seemingly ordinary conversation with his sister changed his whole perspective on men’s roles in supporting women leaders, how to challenge unconscious bias and limiting beliefs on gender, and so much more!

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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.

Recognize Your Achievements!

Jodi Daniels

Jodi Daniels is the Founder and CEO of Red Clover Advisors, a privacy consultancy. The firm brings data privacy strategy and compliance together with its flexible and scalable approach that simplifies data privacy complexity, refines, updates, or builds privacy structure, and makes both the business and the legal issues accessible and actionable for all. Jodi is a Certified Informational Privacy Professional and serves as the outsource privacy office for companies.

Jodi is also a national keynote speaker and Host of the top-rated She Said Privacy/He Said Security podcast. She has been featured in The Economist, Forbes, Inc., Authority Magazine, Thrive Global, and more. She holds an MBA and a BBA with a concentration in accounting from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband, two girls, and a big, fluffy, beautiful dog named Basil.

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

  • Jodi Daniels explains why she started her own business and what led to her success
  • Jodi’s recent speech at the RSA San Francisco event
  • Why small companies need to be GDPR certified
  • Jodi discusses her She Said Privacy/He Said Security podcast, the type of topics she talks about, and her experience working with her husband
  • The most impactful piece of advice Jodi has received from a mentor and her advice to a woman struggling with work-life balance
  • Jodi talks about her superpower and shares her contact details

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Owning a business makes it possible for you to control your time and manage your life as you want. However, it does not mean that your work-life will always be balanced. According to Jodi Daniels, the best thing to do is focus on what has to be done right now.

Additionally, it is important to recognize your achievements despite all the challenges or frustrations you may face. Celebrate your wins and successes as much as you celebrate other people’s success. Make it a habit.

In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Jodi Daniels, the Founder and CEO of Red Clover Advisors, to discuss why data privacy is essential for all types of companies. Jodi also explains why women need to celebrate their achievements and talks about her experience hosting a podcast and working with her husband.

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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.

[Men Who Support the Women] Removing Obstacles

Andrew Richardson

Andrew Richardson is the Senior Vice President of Analytics and Marketing Science at Tinuiti. He is an experienced and successful global analytics executive and marketing industry leader with 20 years of experience. Andrew has worked with some of the most recognized companies and iconic brands across multiple verticals. He is a recognized thought leader and influencer in emerging technologies, marketing analytics, and more. He is also known for his inclusive leadership philosophy of driving meaningful results through diversity, inclusion, and equity. In all of his roles, Andrew has delivered business results while significantly increasing the representation of women and people of color across senior and individual contributor levels of the organization. 

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

  • Andrew Richardson talks about the elevation of women leaders in the tech industry 
  • How STEM education has influenced diversity in different industries 
  • Common barriers women face in their leadership roles and how to overcome them
  • Andrew explains what feminism means and how he advocates for women’s rights
  • How Andrew uses leadership to mentor and help others grow
  • The best piece of advice Andrew has received from a mentor, his superpower, and how to get in touch with him

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To be accepted as leaders, women often find themselves doing things that may not align with their values and goals. They may try to think and act like men, especially in male-dominated industries. They face many obstacles and rarely get much support from their colleagues. 

So what can women leaders do to overcome these challenges? What can men do to support women in leadership?

Andrew Richardson, the Senior Vice President of Analytics and Marketing Science at Tinuiti, is Andrea Heuston’s guest in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, where he talks about supporting women in leadership. Andrew discusses common barriers women face in their leadership roles, the impact a STEM education has on young women leaders, and how men can help advocate for women’s rights. 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.