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Welcome to Classy on the Outside, where it's all real talk about business. (And yes, sometimes we swear.)Sharing those awkward, funny or just plain cringe-worthy stories about being in business is more than just entertaining. It opens the door on the weird, unexpected stuff behind owning a business (impostor syndrome, solopreneur loneliness, client issues, pricing and so much more!) so we can all feel a little less alone and more empowered to succeed. We're a community that's all about being real about business.Hit 'subscribe' so you don't miss an episode!

Latest Episodes

Getting Curious about Entrepreneurs & Anxiety

EAnxiety creeps up in a lot of ways for business owners. Listen to this episode for a common example of how anxiety can pop up for you as an entrepreneur and learn a simple exercise to help you get the root cause of it. And, it's the last planned episode for 2019 so be sure to binge-listen to the 50+ episodes already released. Stay in touch in the meantime as well.

11 MIN2 w ago
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Getting Curious about Entrepreneurs & Anxiety

How to Cope with Anxiety as an Entrepreneur - Vikki Louise

EHow do you cope with anxiety as an entrepreneur? We've all got some degree of some type of anxiety, so it's a quest that applies to all business owners. Actually, anxiety is basically unavoidable as entrepreneurs. But coping with it while you run your business is definitely possible. Today's guest is Vikki Louise, an anxiety coach and host of the F*ck Anxiety & Get Sh*t Done Podcast, who helps other business owners by giving them the tools and the foundation they need to manage their anxiety.

28 MINNOV 5
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How to Cope with Anxiety as an Entrepreneur - Vikki Louise

Help for Multi-Passionate Entrepreneurs

EIf you haven't heard the term "multi-passionate entrepreneur" before, it basically refers to people who have lots and lots of different interests. (It's a Marie Forleo-ism!) These interests or passions are generally unrelated, or seemingly unrelated. It can be good but can also keep entrepreneurs feeling stuck or paralyzed by options. Tune in for help and visit the show notes for even more resources.

13 MINOCT 29
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Help for Multi-Passionate Entrepreneurs

Creating One Business from Multiple Passions - Zanetta Kok

EAs human beings, we typically have more than one thing we're interested in or super passionate about. It can seem impossible though to create one business or one brand out of those multiple interests--especially when they're not really related. But here's some good news: combining multiple passions into one successful business is totally achievable! Today's guest, Zanetta Kok, who founded Kitty Town Coffee is a shining example of this. She joins us to talk about her entrepreneurial journey in bringing her two passions to life in one fabulous business. Grab the links in the show notes to easily connect with her.

25 MINOCT 22
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Creating One Business from Multiple Passions - Zanetta Kok

When is it Time to Try Something New?

You ever get stuck in a rut within your business? Sometimes, as entrepreneurs, we can get stuck without even knowing it--which kinda sucks, actually. It might be from fear of trying new things or because we tend to make up "rules" for ourselves and stick to them. But it's so important to give yourself permission to try something new. It will do great things for your business, even if the new thing turns out to be a flop. Tune in for more, and sign up if you're interested in the free content at the end.

13 MINOCT 15
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When is it Time to Try Something New?

Dress Your Business Message - Toi Sweeney

EWhat does it mean to "dress your message" in your business? Listen to this episode with Toi Sweeney, author ofSecrets of a Well Dressed Brand, to find out! Toi is a kick-ass female entrepreneur who has an amazing sense of style. Not only that, but she was a speaker at the RISE Conference, she's been featured on Forbes,and has been a guest on several other podcasts (including Rachel Hollis' show). As always, grab the links mentioned in the show over at the show notes section of Classy on the Outside.

24 MINOCT 8
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Dress Your Business Message - Toi Sweeney

It's October: Have You Hit Your Business Goals?

EOctober 1st: what is the first thing you think of? Fall colors? Pumpkin spice lattes? A slower pace? Or, is your immediate reaction a panicky, oh-no-time-is-running-out-and-my-business-isn't-on-track? If this last one sounds more like you because you haven't quite hit your business and professional goals, then this episode is for you. Tune in for five steps to check in with yourself and gain some perspective about not being on track to hit your business goals for 2019.

9 MINOCT 1
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It's October: Have You Hit Your Business Goals?

How to Go From Soul-Sucking Day Job to Energized Entrepreneur - Katrina Widener

EHow do you go from being stuck at a soul-sucking day job to being an energized entrepreneur? Today's guest, Katrina Widener, fills us in on her journey into entrepreneurship and gives us a few pointers about being aligned with our businesses. For the links Katrina mentioned (and a few more helpful resources!) head to the show notes.

24 MINSEP 24
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How to Go From Soul-Sucking Day Job to Energized Entrepreneur - Katrina Widener

Business and Politics: Do They Mix?

EDo you mix business and politics? Or do you keep your political beliefs completely separate from your public persona, and therefore your business? This episode is not a discussion on political views. Instead, this podcast episode is kickstarting the conversation with a few questions about whether you as an entrepreneur talk politics. Listen in and then join the conversation on Instagram!

13 MINSEP 17
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Business and Politics: Do They Mix?

Entertainment with a Side of Transformation and Manifestation with Justin Webb

EThis episode is a little different. It's more for your entertainment than anything. Yes, there are some business and personal development takeaways and you'll find some inspiration woven throughout the episode. But today's guest, Justin Webb, is a voiceover artist and fellow podcaster so in addition to the relaxing sounds of a professional voiceover artist, you will also be entertained by funny stories, travel tidbits and--if you hang out til the very end of the episode--a rather crazy story about my trip to NYC and what happened there. You'll definitely want to read the show notes so you fully appreciate the last ten minutes or so of the episode!

35 MINSEP 10
Comments
Entertainment with a Side of Transformation and Manifestation with Justin Webb

Latest Episodes

Getting Curious about Entrepreneurs & Anxiety

EAnxiety creeps up in a lot of ways for business owners. Listen to this episode for a common example of how anxiety can pop up for you as an entrepreneur and learn a simple exercise to help you get the root cause of it. And, it's the last planned episode for 2019 so be sure to binge-listen to the 50+ episodes already released. Stay in touch in the meantime as well.

11 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Getting Curious about Entrepreneurs & Anxiety

How to Cope with Anxiety as an Entrepreneur - Vikki Louise

EHow do you cope with anxiety as an entrepreneur? We've all got some degree of some type of anxiety, so it's a quest that applies to all business owners. Actually, anxiety is basically unavoidable as entrepreneurs. But coping with it while you run your business is definitely possible. Today's guest is Vikki Louise, an anxiety coach and host of the F*ck Anxiety & Get Sh*t Done Podcast, who helps other business owners by giving them the tools and the foundation they need to manage their anxiety.

28 MINNOV 5
Comments
How to Cope with Anxiety as an Entrepreneur - Vikki Louise

Help for Multi-Passionate Entrepreneurs

EIf you haven't heard the term "multi-passionate entrepreneur" before, it basically refers to people who have lots and lots of different interests. (It's a Marie Forleo-ism!) These interests or passions are generally unrelated, or seemingly unrelated. It can be good but can also keep entrepreneurs feeling stuck or paralyzed by options. Tune in for help and visit the show notes for even more resources.

13 MINOCT 29
Comments
Help for Multi-Passionate Entrepreneurs

Creating One Business from Multiple Passions - Zanetta Kok

EAs human beings, we typically have more than one thing we're interested in or super passionate about. It can seem impossible though to create one business or one brand out of those multiple interests--especially when they're not really related. But here's some good news: combining multiple passions into one successful business is totally achievable! Today's guest, Zanetta Kok, who founded Kitty Town Coffee is a shining example of this. She joins us to talk about her entrepreneurial journey in bringing her two passions to life in one fabulous business. Grab the links in the show notes to easily connect with her.

25 MINOCT 22
Comments
Creating One Business from Multiple Passions - Zanetta Kok

When is it Time to Try Something New?

You ever get stuck in a rut within your business? Sometimes, as entrepreneurs, we can get stuck without even knowing it--which kinda sucks, actually. It might be from fear of trying new things or because we tend to make up "rules" for ourselves and stick to them. But it's so important to give yourself permission to try something new. It will do great things for your business, even if the new thing turns out to be a flop. Tune in for more, and sign up if you're interested in the free content at the end.

13 MINOCT 15
Comments
When is it Time to Try Something New?

Dress Your Business Message - Toi Sweeney

EWhat does it mean to "dress your message" in your business? Listen to this episode with Toi Sweeney, author ofSecrets of a Well Dressed Brand, to find out! Toi is a kick-ass female entrepreneur who has an amazing sense of style. Not only that, but she was a speaker at the RISE Conference, she's been featured on Forbes,and has been a guest on several other podcasts (including Rachel Hollis' show). As always, grab the links mentioned in the show over at the show notes section of Classy on the Outside.

24 MINOCT 8
Comments
Dress Your Business Message - Toi Sweeney

It's October: Have You Hit Your Business Goals?

EOctober 1st: what is the first thing you think of? Fall colors? Pumpkin spice lattes? A slower pace? Or, is your immediate reaction a panicky, oh-no-time-is-running-out-and-my-business-isn't-on-track? If this last one sounds more like you because you haven't quite hit your business and professional goals, then this episode is for you. Tune in for five steps to check in with yourself and gain some perspective about not being on track to hit your business goals for 2019.

9 MINOCT 1
Comments
It's October: Have You Hit Your Business Goals?

How to Go From Soul-Sucking Day Job to Energized Entrepreneur - Katrina Widener

EHow do you go from being stuck at a soul-sucking day job to being an energized entrepreneur? Today's guest, Katrina Widener, fills us in on her journey into entrepreneurship and gives us a few pointers about being aligned with our businesses. For the links Katrina mentioned (and a few more helpful resources!) head to the show notes.

24 MINSEP 24
Comments
How to Go From Soul-Sucking Day Job to Energized Entrepreneur - Katrina Widener

Business and Politics: Do They Mix?

EDo you mix business and politics? Or do you keep your political beliefs completely separate from your public persona, and therefore your business? This episode is not a discussion on political views. Instead, this podcast episode is kickstarting the conversation with a few questions about whether you as an entrepreneur talk politics. Listen in and then join the conversation on Instagram!

13 MINSEP 17
Comments
Business and Politics: Do They Mix?

Entertainment with a Side of Transformation and Manifestation with Justin Webb

EThis episode is a little different. It's more for your entertainment than anything. Yes, there are some business and personal development takeaways and you'll find some inspiration woven throughout the episode. But today's guest, Justin Webb, is a voiceover artist and fellow podcaster so in addition to the relaxing sounds of a professional voiceover artist, you will also be entertained by funny stories, travel tidbits and--if you hang out til the very end of the episode--a rather crazy story about my trip to NYC and what happened there. You'll definitely want to read the show notes so you fully appreciate the last ten minutes or so of the episode!

35 MINSEP 10
Comments
Entertainment with a Side of Transformation and Manifestation with Justin Webb
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