Liberty Sessions With Nada Jones | Celebrating Women Who Do & Inspiring Women Who Can |

Sinopsis

LIBERTY Sessions is a podcast built on the premise that every woman has a unique gift to share with the world. We celebrate and support the entrepreneurs that are making their mark. We inspire and equip women who want to begin their own entrepreneurial journey. Our mission is to give women the space to reflect, actualize and be intentional about the way they live their lives. We believe that true liberation is found in this pursuit.

Episodios

  • LS#077- How to Disrupt an Industry One Facial at a Time: Jenn Worley

    LS#077- How to Disrupt an Industry One Facial at a Time: Jenn Worley

    18/09/2019 Duración: 59min

    When good friends and busy, working moms Karey Burke, Dawn Olmstead and Jenn Worley couldn’t find a great facial that they could afford on a regular basis, they decided to build it.

  •  LS#076- How to Infuse Your Life Philosophy into Your Brand: Amy Tan

    LS#076- How to Infuse Your Life Philosophy into Your Brand: Amy Tan

    14/08/2019 Duración: 01h17min

    We loved sitting down with the sunny personality that is Amy Tan, not only because her smiles and energy are infectious but because she is serious about creativity in a way I had never experienced before. She is the brand and the brand is her.

  • LS #075- A Partnership that “Works”: Chelsea Shukov and Jamie Grobecker of Sugar Paper

    LS #075- A Partnership that “Works”: Chelsea Shukov and Jamie Grobecker of Sugar Paper

    10/07/2019 Duración: 01h21min

    Join us for a live podcast interview with Chelsea Shukov and Jamie Grobecker of Sugar Paper. This honest and open conversation about what it takes to create a healthy partnership in business is one of the best we’ve heard.

  • LS #074- Why Drybar Founder Alli Webb joined forces with Brittany Driscoll to launch all over again

    LS #074- Why Drybar Founder Alli Webb joined forces with Brittany Driscoll to launch all over again

    12/06/2019 Duración: 01h27min

    Join us for a live podcast interview with Alli Webb and Brittany Driscoll of Drybar and the newly launched Squeeze Massage.

  • LS#073- Getting Down to the Business of Interior Design: Ginny Macdonald

    LS#073- Getting Down to the Business of Interior Design: Ginny Macdonald

    08/05/2019 Duración: 01h07min

    Learn how English born, bread and trained Interior Designer fell in love with LA and a cute boy (now husband), cultivated her own golden ticket as the Design Director for Emily Henderson, and turned a job search into launching her namesake business.

  • LS#072- From Hat-Wearing Photojournalist to Hat-Making Entrepreneur: Laura Grier

    LS#072- From Hat-Wearing Photojournalist to Hat-Making Entrepreneur: Laura Grier

    10/04/2019 Duración: 01h33s

    Laura Grier, known as the “Indiana Jones of Adventure Travel Photography,” has been a photojournalist for the past 19 years exploring the world and documenting her findings on all seven continents.

  • LS#071- Non-Profit or For-Profit? How to Choose When Launching a Social Impact Venture: Rudayna Adobo

    LS#071- Non-Profit or For-Profit? How to Choose When Launching a Social Impact Venture: Rudayna Adobo

    06/03/2019 Duración: 01h02min

    Rudayna Abdo is the Founder and CEO of Thaki, a non-profit created to help educational organizations provide motivational learning opportunities to refugee children through e-learning and digital literacy tools.

  • LS#070- How to Build a Membership Community: Nicole Giordano

    LS#070- How to Build a Membership Community: Nicole Giordano

    20/02/2019 Duración: 51min

    Nicole Giordano wanted to help women in the fashion industry build successful businesses around the life they wanted, and not the other way around. She created Fashion Start Up, a membership community that supports independent designers (both newbies and seasoned) to build and grow their ventures on their own terms.

  • The State of LIBERTY

    The State of LIBERTY

    06/02/2019 Duración: 23min

    We have big plans for Season 3 of LIBERTY Sessions with Nada Jones, but before we share amazing stories of female founders, we want to reflect on LIBERTY's last year and what we are doing in 2019! So give this mini-episode a listen and share with us your comments and suggestions at info@libertyforher.com. “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” African Proverb Don't forget to follow us at @libertyforher on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Please let us know your thoughts about this episode by using the hashtag #libertysessions and please rate and review us—it helps to know if this podcast is inspiring and equipping you to launch and grow your ventures.

  • LS#069- How To Take A Chance One Client at a Time: Dyan Dolfi-Offutt PT 2

    LS#069- How To Take A Chance One Client at a Time: Dyan Dolfi-Offutt PT 2

    05/12/2018 Duración: 33min

    This week Nada continues her conversation with Dyan Dolfi-Offutt of Soda Pop PR. In Part 1, Dyan explains that through hard work and humility she was able to climb up the PR ladder, eventually launching her own firm. This week, Part 2, Dyan details how her company winds down at the end of the year and prepares for the upcoming one. Reviewing of goals, campaigns and clients all come into consideration. She also shares some DIY PR tips for those of us on a bootstrap budget. Follow Dyan at @sodapoppr and @dyanmichele on Instagram. And if you are looking for a partnership building PR company, be sure to check out Soda Pop PR at www.sodapop-pr.com. Don't forget to follow us at @libertyforher on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Please let us know your thoughts about this episode by using the hashtag #LIBERTYSessions and please rate and review us—it helps to know if this podcast is inspiring and equipping you to launch and grow your ventures.

  • LS#069- How To Take A Chance One Client at a Time: Dyan Dolfi-Offutt PT 1

    LS#069- How To Take A Chance One Client at a Time: Dyan Dolfi-Offutt PT 1

    29/11/2018 Duración: 32min

    Dyan Dolfi-Offutt is the Founder and CEO of Soda Pop PR, a PR and Influencer Marketing shop specializing in fresh campaigns, launches and events for food, beverage & lifestyle brands. In this episode, Dyan shares how she stumbled into public relations while trying to expand her resume from actor and waiter. She started at the bottom and worked herself into multiple PR agencies, ultimately building loyal client relationships. Her hard work brought about an unexpected entrepreneurial opportunity when a brand she was working with promised to be her first client if she went out on her own. 8 years later Soda Pop PR has grown into its “small but scrappy” team of six. Follow Dyan at @sodapoppr and @dyanmichele on Instagram. And if you are looking for a partnership building PR company, be sure to check out Soda Pop PR at www.sodapop-pr.com. Don't forget to follow us at @libertyforher on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Please let us know your thoughts about this episode by using the hashtag #LIBERTYSessions an

  • LS#068- How 2000lbs of Metal Turned a Perfectionist Into a Creative Entrepreneur: Jill Nieporte PT 2

    LS#068- How 2000lbs of Metal Turned a Perfectionist Into a Creative Entrepreneur: Jill Nieporte PT 2

    21/11/2018 Duración: 37min

    This week Nada continues her conversation with Jill Nieporte of Jill Cate Design and Letterpress. In Part 1, Jill shares how a 2,000 pound creative outlet launched her into being an entrepreneur! This week, Part 2, Jill details how connection, relationships and encouraging people is her passion. She has applied this philosophy in her designs and how she creates community. Jill shares with Nada, the challenges of creating community around paper and snail mail in a digital world. With pop up events she is able to showcase her beautiful design and feel the luxury of her products. She has also utilized Instagram as a tool to foster honesty, vulnerability and celebration; building trust with her online community. Follow Jill at @jill.cate.letterpress on Instagram and Facebook. And if you are looking for some beautiful encouraging stationary go to www.jillcate.com. Don't forget to follow us at @libertyforher on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Please let us know your thoughts about this episode by using the has

  • LS#068- How 2000lbs of Metal Turned a Perfectionist Into a Creative Entrepreneur: Jill Nieporte PT 1

    LS#068- How 2000lbs of Metal Turned a Perfectionist Into a Creative Entrepreneur: Jill Nieporte PT 1

    15/11/2018 Duración: 35min

    Jill Nieporte is the Founder and CEO of Jill Cate Design and Letterpress, a design studio that offers bespoke stationery for special occasions and greeting cards. In this episode, Jill shares how her full-time job left her in need of a creative outlet. Leaning into a childhood obsession; paper, ink, and words, Jill began designing special occasion stationery for fun. While Jill has labeled herself a “middle of the road” artist, equal parts creative and organized, she found the letterpress to be a tool that allowed her “middle road” nature to flourish. With the encouragement of friends and family, she decided to invest in her own 2,000-pound letterpress and began learning the ancient art form. Jill is still cranking—literally, and has created thousands of custom wedding invitations, birth announcements, and stationery and has since added a line of greeting cards to inspire everyday connections—pen and stamp required! Follow Jill at @jill.cate.letterpress on Instagram and Facebook. And if you are looking for

  • LS#067- How a Menswear Shirt Build a Women’s Wear Brand: Sadie Beaudet PT 2

    LS#067- How a Menswear Shirt Build a Women’s Wear Brand: Sadie Beaudet PT 2

    07/11/2018 Duración: 44min

    This week Nada continues her conversation with Sadie Beaudet of Tradlands. In Part 1, Sadie shares how she solved a wardrobe problem by launching a business that specializes in essentials inspired by menswear. This week, Part 2, Sadie details how Tradlands has cultivated a vibrant community through listening to their customers. From e-mail marketing to Instagram stories, she offers practical advice to strategically grow your business by really understanding your consumers' needs and desires. Sadie’s obvious respect for each Tradelands customer, follower and fan is a lesson for all of us who want to connect and grow a loyal community. Follow Sadie and Tradlands at @tradlands on Instagram and Facebook. And if you are looking for some beautiful essentials for your closet go to www.tradlands.com. Don't forget to follow us at @libertyforher on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Please let us know your thoughts about this episode by using the hashtag #LIBERTYSessions and please rate and review us—it helps to know

  • LS#067- How a Menswear Shirt Build a Women’s Wear Brand: Sadie Beaudet PT 1

    LS#067- How a Menswear Shirt Build a Women’s Wear Brand: Sadie Beaudet PT 1

    31/10/2018 Duración: 31min

    Sadie Beaudet is the Founder and CEO of Tradlands, a clothing line offering essentials for women inspired by classic menswear. In this episode, Sadie shares how it all started with a button up shirt. Although she didn’t hold a fashion-design degree, Sadie grew up sewing and learning how to sew from her grandmother and mom. She was always drawn to menswear clothing and found shopping for such items limited. Putting her sewing skills to good use, she made her own pieces. Sadie believed there were more women like her wanting this timeless clothing. While Sadie never thought she would run her own business, she grew up with parents who encouraged her and her brother to be entrepreneurs. After spending time in the typical 9-5 jobs, she found herself wanting more ownership and growth in the work that she was doing. Since launching Tradlands, she reflects on how natural it feels to be an entrepreneur. It’s not without hardships, but there is something beautiful about putting out your vision and values into the wor

  • LS#066- How a Chocolatier Built a Business Honoring Family and Culture - Renata Stoica PT 2

    LS#066- How a Chocolatier Built a Business Honoring Family and Culture - Renata Stoica PT 2

    24/10/2018 Duración: 24min

    This week Nada continues her conversation with Renata Stocia of tinyB Chocolates. In Part 1, Renata shared how she built a family business around her favorite childhood chocolate. This week, Part 2, Renata details the creative ways tinyB Chocolates is building community. Renata feels strongly about getting tinyB Chocolates in front of potential consumers. Building community while teaching others how to roll their own brigadeiro is just one of the ways she invites people to become a part of her chocolate covered tribe. Ummm, sign us up, please! Follow tinyB Chocolates at @tinyBchocolate on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. You can find out more about brigadeiros at https://www.tinybchocolate.com. Don't forget to follow us at @libertyforher on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Please let us know your thoughts about this episode by using the hashtag #LIBERTYSessions and please rate and review us—it helps to know if this podcast is inspiring and equipping you to launch and grow your ventures.

  • LS#066- How a Chocolatier Built a Business Honoring Family and Culture - Renata Stoica PT 1

    LS#066- How a Chocolatier Built a Business Honoring Family and Culture - Renata Stoica PT 1

    17/10/2018 Duración: 30min

    Renata StoIca is the Chocolatier and CEO of tinyB Chocolates, a chocolate company that specializes in the official treat of Brazil--brigadeiros. In this episode, Renata shares how her successful career as a nurse left her wanting more. She wanted to devote time to something more creative. Her search led her to renew her passion for chocolate making, and more specifically crafting brigadeiros, a skill she learned as a child from her chocolatier mother. Wanting to turn her passion into a family run business, Renata teamed up with her husband, Andrei, a tech entrepreneur. Together they have grown their brigadeiros business focusing on e-commerce and taking advantage of their San Francisco location to build relationships with Silicon Valley companies. These relationships have led to large orders of boxed brigadeiros for clients and employees. Additionally, they offer subscription services so that you can have a monthly “Treat Yourself” package delivered to your door. Creating innovative sales channels, and o

  • LS#065- How THE WHAT. Created a Community of Perennial Women: Gina Pell and Amy Parker PT 2

    LS#065- How THE WHAT. Created a Community of Perennial Women: Gina Pell and Amy Parker PT 2

    10/10/2018 Duración: 48min

    This week Nada continues her conversation with Gina Pell and Amy Parker from THE WHAT. In Part 1, Amy and Gina shared the story of their entrepreneurial partnership. This week, Part 2, Gina and Amy detail the power of creating community through private Facebook groups and how it is possible to have IRL experiences online. They also share how to translate a massive online community into actual in-person experiences at summits and events. Follow THE WHAT. at @thewhathq on Facebook and Instagram. You can find out more about THE WHAT at http://www.thewhatlist.com and join their private Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/thewhatwomen/. You can also follow Gina @gpgram and Amy @huddyparker on Instagram. Don't forget to follow us at @libertyforher on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Please let us know your thoughts about this episode by using the hashtag #LIBERTYSessions and please rate and review us—it helps to know if this podcast is inspiring and equipping you to launch and grow your ventures.

  • LS#065- How THE WHAT. Created a Community of Perennial Women: Gina Pell and Amy Parker PT 1

    LS#065- How THE WHAT. Created a Community of Perennial Women: Gina Pell and Amy Parker PT 1

    03/10/2018 Duración: 46min

    Gina Pell and Amy Parker are the Chief Content and Chief Executive Officers of THE WHAT. list, a weekly newsletter and community, connecting women to WHAT matters to them. In this episode, Amy and Gina share how they are business partners who “can’t quit each other!” With 18 years and three ventures, they have weathered the entrepreneurial storm together. After navigating the dot com boom, the 2008 recession, running a lifestyle website, and the dramatic changes in online advertising, Gina and Amy have learned the importance of iteration and pivoting. Each of these lessons, and a little bit of life, have led to the launch of their 3rd business, THE WHAT. list. THE WHAT. list has created a thriving online community of women through curated content around Amy and Gina’s discoveries of products, services and experiences. THE WHAT has grown beyond its newsletter beginnings and now boasts a vibrant private Facebook group and an in-person experience, THE WHAT. SUMMIT. Side note: Nada also uncovers exactly wha

  • LS#064- How One Woman’s Business Was Built To Celebrate Her Heritage: Carmen Ruiz de Huidobro PT 2

    LS#064- How One Woman’s Business Was Built To Celebrate Her Heritage: Carmen Ruiz de Huidobro PT 2

    26/09/2018 Duración: 31min

    This week Nada continues her conversation with Carmen from ESPAÑOLITA. In last week’s episode, Part 1, Carmen discuss how she kept on creating new businesses until she found the right space for her creative expertise. This week, Part 2, Carmen shares her community building wisdom with us by advocating for authenticity on and off the social media, not letting fear hinder you from starting a business, and cultivating community with real-life experiences. Who’s joining us in ESPAÑOLITA trip?? Follow Carmen at @espanolita_net on Instagram. You can find out more about ESPAÑOLITA and ESPAÑOLITA trips by going to www.www.espanolita.net. Don't forget to follow us at @libertyforher on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Please let us know your thoughts about this episode by using the hashtag #LIBERTYSessions and please rate and review us—it helps to know if this podcast is inspiring and equipping you to launch and grow your ventures.

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