The special introductory price for my new course with my dear friend and fellow bestselling author Amanda Frances, SELF-PUBLISHED, ends tonight! Get all the details + join us here.
In today's episode, I'm sharing more about how writing and self-publishing my book early in my career changed the game for me, and why writing a book is easier than you think.
If you're feeling called to our course, SELF-PUBLISHED, we'd love to have you! Questions? Email Info@TheChampagneDiet.com and we'll help you out!
It's time to stop dreaming of becoming an author and start making it happen. Are you ready? Let's do this.
You may know Tracy Tutor from Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles on Bravo, but besides the show, she is a bestselling author and real estate mogul, running the show in a male-dominated industry and doing it all in sky high heels. In today's episode, I'm chatting with Tracy about what it looks like to overcome your fears and failures, tap into your intuition, and truly own the rooms you're walking into.
In today's episode, I'm joined by my dear friend and fellow bestselling author, Amanda Frances, to share our top tips on how to write and self-publish your book so that you can expand your empire and leave your legacy.
Here's what most people don't understand:
You do not need to have an English degree or a massive following to write and self-publish a life-changing book. And you certainly don't need a publisher. The days of waiting to be chosen or picked by a publisher are gone.
It's time to choose yourself.
In this powerful episode, we're sharing both of our experiences about what it looked like to write our respective books, where to begin if you dream of writing a book, why the traditional publishing model is outdated, and how easy it is to get YOUR book out into the world on YOUR terms.
Feel like self-publishing may be the vibe for you? Our new course, SELF-PUBLISHED, is open for enrollment! Click here for all the details.
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I've always drawn so many life lessons from fitness. There is an incredible amount of mental fortitude required to push your body past your own self-imposed limits. But watching the extraordinary humans run the New York City marathon was a whole other level. In today's episode, I'm sharing 5 things I learned from witnessing the incredible strength and drive from these runners. I hope this episode inspires you the way watching them inspired me! Enjoy.
In the 13+ years that I've been creating, re-imagining, and refining my brand, The Champagne Diet, I've witnessed many "experts" and coaches offer different approaches to business building. Some I've agreed with, and some have been downright damaging.
One of the more popular approaches is finding your niche. And while I am not totally against niches, I don't think they are for everyone. If you've found something super specific and it's working for you and your audience - that's wonderful!
I just know I could not do the exact same thing for the past 13 years, and almost every single one of my business clients has come to me feeling suffocated by the idea that she has to choose some specialized segment of her market and never veer off course.
In today's episode, I'm sharing my thoughts on why the "niche" is dead and how we can begin to look at our brands from a completely different, more creative, empowered perspective.
Thank you to our sponsor, Leah Gervais! Check out Leah's program, Scale Your Side Hustle, which is now open for enrollment. Be sure to mention my name, Cara, at checkout and receive a free $500 coaching call. Click here to learn more!
I'm popping in with a quick announcement to invite you to my FREE mini masterclass/champagne happy hour!
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If you've been afraid to raise your rates or sell your products or services because you think you're too expensive, or people won't be able to afford you, then this quick power chat will reset your vibe. Enjoy!
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Let's talk about why you aren't showing up consistently to promote your programs, services, or products. What is holding you back? Are you worried that you're going to come off as annoying? Do you not want to "bother" people, or seem salesy or pushy? Do you feel unclear on what to even post?
Here's a little tough love, babe: you've gotta let that sh*t go. If you are leveraging your social media platform to help build your business, you need to treat it like a business.
In today's episode, I'm giving you some powerful tips on how to get more comfortable showing up online and sharing what you've got so you can make more income + have more influence. This is a good one, get ready to take some notes!
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Are you bringing main character energy to your business!?
That is the question du jour.
It's easy to feel like an extra when you spend your time looking around at everyone else online. You begin to doubt your own superpowers. You start comparing yourself to everyone in your industry and you talk yourself out of the things you want to do before you even get started. You forget how fucking magical you really are when your job becomes trying to fit in rather than blaze your own trail and stand out.
In today's episode, I'm going to help you supercharge your confidence and start showing up as the MAIN CHARACTER in your life and biz. Get ready for a powerful episode!
If you've ever dreamed of turning your side hustle into a 6 or 7-figure business, this episode is for you. I'm chatting with my former client, Leah Gervais, who is an entrepreneur coach who went from side hustling to 6-figure months (yes, months) and she's sharing all her tips on how you can do it too.
Be sure to check out Leah's signature group coaching program, Scale Your Side Hustle! Click here to enroll and mention my name when you sign up to receive a free one-on-one kick-off call with Leah's team (a $500 value).
Today on the show, I'm chatting with Julia Haart, star of the Netflix series My Unorthodox Life, and Co-Owner and CEO of Elite World Group - the world’s first talent media conglomerate comprised of 48 global agencies representing over 5,400 of the world’s most dynamic talent. Julia is the definition of a BOSS.
Until the age of 42, she lived within the confines of an Orthodox Jewish community in Monsey, New York, where she was married off at the age of 19 (after only knowing her husband for a few hours), and went on to raise four children in a community where women had no rights, no voice, and no hope for anything other than becoming a mother and a wife. Miserable and desperate, Julia escaped Monsey and her Orthodox life with her children and reinvented herself into a fashion industry mogul. Her mission now is to shift the power dynamic among the talent in her agency by transforming them into media channels and internationally recognized brands. She wants all women to be financially free and empowered, and is doing so by revolutionizing the modeling industry.
Julia's story is inspiring, to say the least, and in this episode we talk about her path to self-reinvention, freedom, and finding and creating real love within herself and her family. Get ready to be blown away.
Be sure to watch My Unorthodox Life on Netflix, and click here to pre-order her book, Brazen, coming March 2022.
When is the last time you celebrated a milestone in your business? Did you just get your 10th client? Have your 100th podcast download? Hit 5k followers on Instagram? Whatever the marker, I'm sure you've accomplished something big that deserves recognition. In this episode, we'll break down why it's crucial to celebrate your success and some fun ways to do it to help build your confidence, create momentum, and increase your bottom line.
Ready to join my fabulous community of over 600 like-minded women and receive live monthly coaching from me? Join the Girl on Fire Collective here.
In today's episode, I'm sitting down with Kelly Lynn Adams to talk about how women can redefine their self-worth and make their work lives work for them. We talk about our culture's obsession with hustle and why it is crucial that we slow down and prioritize our pleasure, and so much more. Get ready for a juicy conversation!
ABOUT KELLY LYNN:
Kelly Lynn Adams, is a certified executive, leadership & life coach, speaker, & creator of the Perfectly Imperfect podcast. She is also the founder of the Womxn. Work. Worth. Movement, which has helped hundreds of high-achieving leaders manage their mindset, maximize their time and monetize in their businesses.
If this was your last day on Earth, would you be happy with everything you've done? Would you feel good about the person you are? In today's episode, I'm sharing a major perspective shift and some powerful questions that will help you stop waiting around and start living your life now.
Click here to learn more about my private coaching and mentoring.
We hear about boundaries all the time, but what exactly are they? And why do we need them? And most importantly, how do we stick to them? In this episode, I'll share some powerful tips with you on how to know when it's time to set a boundary, how to confidently express them, and why they are so crucial to your identity, relationships, and mental health.
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Today I'm sitting down with Jamie Kern-Lima, author of the new book, "Believe It" and founder of IT cosmetics. In 2016, Jamie sold IT Cosmetics to L'Oréal for $1.2 billion and has been included on the Forbes' list of "America's Richest Self-Made Women" since 2017. Despite Jamie's massive success, she is truly one of the most humble and generous women I've ever had a conversation with. It feels like Jamie is our very own mentor in this episode and I cannot wait to share it with you.
Here are some of the things we chat about in this powerful chat:
In honor of Earth Day, I'm sharing some staggering statistics about the fashion industry and how we can all care for the planet - and look fabulous while doing it - by rocking vintage.
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In today's episode, we're talking about letting go of the opinions of others and leading our intuition lead us. If you're struggling with making a decision in your life, this episode is for you.
How often have you found yourself hoping, visualizing, praying or meditating on someone (a potential partner, a company, a lender etc) choosing you? Ever notice we immediately hand our power away without even thinking twice? We immediately assume we need them more than they need us. It's time to flip the script from "I hope they pick me" to "I wonder if I want to pick THEM." This mini episode will show you how.
Welcome to our new mini series: Champagne Thought of the Day! I'm going to start bringing you a mini episode with a "champagne thought" (a powerful, effervescent, high vibrational concept) for you to take with you throughout the day. Think of these as little hot pink jewels of inspiration. Today we're talking about romanticizing our past. We've all done it. But does it serve us? Tune in to find out how to stay in the present moment and keep your mind focused on the magic of the future.
If you love fashion and the arts, you're going to LOVE this episode. I have Joanie Coyote on the show, who is a Costume History Professor, Theatre Costume Designer, and Stand-Up Comic.
Costuming brought her from Texas to New York in the 1980's where she made costumes for Broadway plays such as Starlight Express, Miss Saigon and Phantom of the Opera. She was a dresser for Les Miserable and a few other Broadway shows. Joanie stumbled into other creative outlets such as acting in a critically acclaimed Off-Broadway play, Top Girls, and waitressing at the Original Improv Comedy Club which would lead to her eventually performing comedy in Houston and Los Angeles for many years. Joanie is a single mom to an awesome daughter and is committed to empowering women in any way possible.
Joanie and I talk about the rise of women in the fashion industry, how fashion has evolved through the times, the power of pink hair, our fashion predictions for a post-COVID world, and so much more. Grab a cup of coffee and get ready to dig in to this fabulous conversation!
Click here to join the Girl on Fire Collective and meet Joanie and 600+ other like-minded, creative, brilliant women to connect and grow with!
I'm back with one of my favorite guests, Ilana Muhlstein, MS, RDN, and creator of the life-changing 2B Mindset approach to positive weight loss. We're talking about how to STAY IN IT now that the New Years Resolution energy has faded, and life is happening. Between Valentine's Day and all the emotions that come with along with that holiday, and the upcoming spring and summer holidays, this episode will help you rewrite the script of how you previously lived and take control of your body and mind NOW.
Ready to do the 2B Mindset with me?
If you're ready to ditch the dead weight and start feeling stronger, healthier, and happier, click here to join my community, Rebel Body Babes. We're all following Ilana's program together and I'd love to support you as you reach your goals!
Becoming the Woman You Want to Be is about rising up from your own ashes, reimagining your own life, and realizing that you hold the power and perspective to change things within yourself. And when you change things within yourself, the world around you changes. In this powerful episode, and in honor of International Women's Day, I'm sharing my tools to help you release your past, design your future, and truly embody the absolute best version of yourself.
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