In this episode, Cara talks about the power of connection and how important it is to build your community. No matter what your age, your background, or your location, it is possible to find new girlfriends and partnerships that help you thrive. You truly are a reflection of the people you spend your time with. Choose people who inspire you, build you up, and make you feel GOOD! Listen to this show, then log off the internet and go hang out with someone face to face!
PS - Do you have the NEW version of Cara's bestselling book Girl Code yet? Brand new bonus content and a mega dose of inspiration. Grab it here: http://amzn.to/2uH8x1L
In this episode, Cara shares her perspective on earning and spending, as well as her top tips around mending your relationship with money. Ever felt guilty about investing in yourself? Ever felt bad about treating yourself to something? It's time to turn those thoughts on their head, because you are worthy of more than you know!
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In this episode, Cara shares her publishing journey: how she went from being rejected by 19 publishers, to self-publishing all her own books, to ultimately landing a double book deal from Portfolio Books (an imprint of Penguin Random House). She shares, in detail, what her experience was like and gives listeners a behind the scenes look at her path. She also offers strategies and advice to writers and anyone who wants to publish their own book.
Pre-order the new version of Girl Code here: https://www.amazon.com/Girl-Code-Unlocking-Happiness-Entrepreneur/dp/0525533087
Read more on the blog: http://caraalwill.com/10-years-ago-%e2%99%a5/
Seth Godin's blog referenced by Cara: http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2011/03/reject-the-tyranny-of-being-picked-pick-yourself.html
Caroline and I connected about a year and a half ago after noticing that she Instagrammed a VERY beautiful picture of my book, Girl Code. Turns out she was hosting a book club at Kate Spade in her hometown of Richmond, Virginia and Girl Code was her first pick. We connected immediately and after a nearly 2 hour phone call I KNEW that this girl was one of us. She is brilliant, beautiful, and bubbly. In this episode we talk a lot about personal branding, self-belief, burnout and the life of a lady boss. We'll dive into some of the biggest mistakes Caroline made in the beginning of her career and how she bounced back. If you’re a female entrepreneur I think you’re really gonna love this one!
Connect with Caroline on Instagram: @TheCarolineDoll
Visit her website to learn about Posh PR: www.poshpr.com
Visit her blog: http://www.thecarolinedollblog.com/
Grab her Unicorn Guide to branding: http://www.poshpr.com/
In this episode, Cara sits down with Lauryn Evarts from The Skinny Confidential for a powerful, raw, and inspiring conversation around building a killer brand, believing in yourself, failure, creating community, what its like to work with your spouse, and how to overcome comparison and jealousy. This chat is filled with SO many gems, you’ll want to listen with a pen and paper and take notes!
Lauryn's blog: www.TheSkinnyConfidential.com
Podcast: The Skinny Confidential
In this episode, Cara sits down with Sarah Ordo, who recently published the new book Sober As F*ck, which chronicles her two-year journey getting sober and turning her life around. Sarah is also a YouTube personality and beauty and lifestyle blogger, and the two discuss the importance of self-reflection, self-care, and the fact that we can change at any time. Whether you're struggling with addiction, or just want to make some positive changes in your life, this episode is sure to inspire you.
Read Sarah's blog here: http://soberaf.com/
Subscribe to her YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCAi2Az5UwllbL5qwfOI3Xg
Learn more about SoulCycle (and book a bike!) here: https://www.soul-cycle.com/
In this episode, Cara breaks down the reality of manifesting and visualization techniques and shares how to actually make these tools work (hint: it takes WORK!). If you've ever felt confused, frustrated, or stuck when it comes to putting the Law of Attraction into play, then don't miss this episode.
Happiness Board Tools:
Cork board (if you're on a budget): https://www.amazon.com/Board-Dudes-Black-Framed-Cork/dp/B001G60IVS/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1495579878&sr=8-5&keywords=corkboard
Cork board (if you're a little bougie): https://www.etsy.com/shop/ShugabeeLane?ref=l2-shop-info-name
If you've ever found yourself frustrated with others because they don't think, work, live, or love the same way you do, then this power chat is a must-listen! In this mini episode, Cara talks about finding inner peace through releasing your expectations of others, and why sometimes the best thing we can do is accept people for who they are.
Follow Melissa on Snapchat at @MelissaLeger1
In this episode, Cara talks about her upcoming birthday and why it used to be a day filled with anxiety and expectations. After shifting her mindset ten years ago, she has since found reason to celebrate every day (especially birthdays!) and shares some of her most powerful stories and secrets around why celebration is truly one of her biggest keys to life. Warning: you may find yourself craving a glass of champagne during this show! Cheers!
Connect with Keryl here:
Twitter and Instagram: @kerylpesce
Facebook: Keryl Pesce https://www.facebook.com/keryl.pesce/Buy her book HAPPY BITCH: https://www.amazon.com/Happy-Bitch-girlfriends-straight-up-fabulous/dp/0692544615/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1492027883&sr=8-1&keywords=happy+bitch
In this episode, Cara shares an honest and vulnerable look back at her career path. She talks about how long it took to actually build her blog, life coaching practice, and become successful with her books, and offers advice to women who are feeling impatient about their business. If you're stuck obsessing over social media followers or comparing your success to others, then you don't want to miss this power chat.
In this episode, Cara talks to Tish and Snooky Bellomo, founders of Manic Panic, about the life-changing magic of hair color, why your passion will never fail you, and what it was like to launch the first punk rock store in America nearly 40 years ago. Since then, their fempire has been going strong thanks to a whole lot of hustle and a serious love for what they do. Grab a notebook for this one, these babes are dropping serious inspiration in this killer conversation!
Learn more about Manic Panic here: www.ManicPanic.com
Follow them on Instagram at @ManicPanicNYC
In this episode, Cara answers listener questions surrounding getting started as a young entrepreneur and advice to the "Under 21 club," tips on how to be happy when they money isn't there and how to shift your attitude around finances, advice on how to create a beautiful and inspiring home that supports your success, and how to stay driven and focused when you're feeling overwhelmed.
In this episode, Cara answers listener questions around how she self-published her first book and gives advice to aspiring authors, how to stay motivated when you're having one of those days, how to design a successful daily routine, and how to get clients when you first launch a business.
"Sometimes the greatest adventure is simply a conversation." - Amadeus Wolfe. In this episode, Cara sits down with Noa Shaw of SoulCycle and discusses everything from their shared passion for music, helping others, the importance of gratitude, their lowest lows, how he builds a SoulCycle playlist, and more. Don't miss this very special raw and inspiring conversation and be sure to catch the first half of their chat on Noa's podcast, "I'm Here to Help" (also available on iTunes).
Connect with Noa on Instagram at @NoaShaw
Catch a SoulCycle class with Noa: https://www.soul-cycle.com/instructors/191/noa/
Follow his podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/im-here-to-help-the-podcast-with-noa-shaw/id1210178157?mt=2
In this short but powerful episode, Cara shares tips on how to turn your jealousy into inspiration and get out of "compare and despair" syndrome for good. She'll explain why envy is a normal feeling that we all experience, and how to turn it into something productive.
In this episode, Cara chats with Britnie Kaplan, who is currently dominating the network marketing industry as a Black Status Presenter for cosmetic company Younique. Britnie shares her powerful personal story and talks about how gratitude changed the course of her business and her life. This episode is sure to give you goosebumps. Enjoy!
Find Britnie at www.MakeupPraySlay.com
Follow her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BritnieKaplan
In this episode, Cara shares practical strategies and advice on how to handle negative people who don't support you or your dreams. She also shares tips on how she deals with internet trolls.
Follow Cara on Snapchat under GlitterGutsGlam
Join Cara's Girl Gang: Facebook.com/groups/slaybabycollective
In this episode, Cara answers listener questions regarding all things female entrepreneurship. She shares her personal experiences and gives practical advice around topics like building a personal brand, juggling a business while working a full-time job, staying inspired and focused on your passion, and why its ultimately so important to do your personal best and let go of comparison.
In this episode, Cara talks with author, speaker, and Radical Self Love creator Gala Darling about everything from blogging, to sex, to style, to astrology, to happiness recipes, to what "Radical Self Love" really means and how you can truly strive to be the best version of yourself. This Babe Chat is sure to fire you up, so grab a glass of wine and get ready!
Connect with Gala at http://galadarling.com/ and on Instagram @GalaDarling
Find Gala's book Radical Self Love here: http://galadarling.com/book/
Terri Cole "More Love" Meditations: https://terricole.com/
In this episode, Cara shares a very raw and real side of her personal struggles with her weight and body image. From disordered eating, to toxic habits, she divulges what it has been like to hate her body for most of her life. Cara has finally overcome that challenge, and is now working to not just accept her body but truly celebrate it. She shares the strategies and mindset shifts that have helped her along the way, and hopes this episode will help any woman struggling with this topic to feel less alone and more empowered in her body and mind.
The video mentioned in this episode: https://thescene.com/watch/presents/best-friends-get-brutally-honest-about-their-bodies