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.
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