Today I interview Jen Rozenbaum. We talk about what it means to be shamelessly feminine, and how overcoming fear comes down to putting things into perspective while practicing presence over perfection.
Liz gets her own podcast (and I’m her FIRST guest!!), Jen gets a new website with awesome business recommendations.
I had SO MUCH FUN appearing on this show. There’s something so cool about sharing your message with new people. If you haven’t checked out Paulette’s podcast, please take a minute to listen and subscribe.
This episode kicks off our women’s series. It’s an acknowledgment that we are complex human beings. And there are so many different ways we can be stuck.
Last Updated: January 17, 2019
Jen’s Picks are my favorite business growth products, services, and resources to help a business build a foundation with growth in mind.
It is not a replacement for consulting advice or industry research. It is exponentially better to reference this list instead of relying solely on crowdsourcing for answers on social media. Your friends are awesome, but unlike me, they probably don’t have 20 years of marketing and tech experience.
Disclosure: some of the links below (indicated with an *) are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.
We go behind-the-scenes of some of our favorite interviews, and Liz interviews Jen. Sit back and relax, learn about the Vandal Lounge, Booker, coffee roasting in Italy, and what it’s like to work with Jen.
Shiny object syndrome (SOS). It’s a thing. A thing you can avoid. You know all those apps and tools you bought on Black Friday? Do you know how you’re going to use them? How to stay on task with your plan, including resources and budgeting.