Women Branching Out Interviews – A Review

I’ve featured 24 awesome online business ladies in the Women Branching Out interview series since September 2011. I’ve interviewed coaches, artists, photographers, product creators, video and social media experts, and more.

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I love doing these interviews because they remind me of all the different ways we can create businesses that we love and each story is so inspiring.

Here’s a sampling of their voices:

“Be you. It’s delicious, it’s easy and it will help weed out the peeps that are NOT for you.”

Genna McWhinnie – video expert

“Stop thinking that your meals need to look like they belong on the cover of Bon Appetit!”

Aimee Prezzano – simple living consultant

“My advice? My advice is that you don’t need my advice. To find your voice you have to ignore everybody. Take ‘What will they think?’ out of your vocabulary.”

Mayi Carles – artist and business coach

“Take a leadership role to run your business. It all becomes so much easier and richer when you do.”

Amber McCue – business coach

“I believe that businesses first have to be irresistible to the business owner. We have to love what we do with such a deep passion because there are days when it’s hard and you don’t want to do any of it and you wish you’d never thought of it.”
Sarah Robinson – business coach, author

“Shoot photos first and foremost from your emotions and the technical stuff can follow.”

Alethea Cheng Fitzpatrick – photography coach for parents

“Be the giver, don’t wait until you are making millions. Start today. Find a need and give.”

Erin Giles – business philanthropy coach

“THE BEST THING YOU CAN POSSIBLY DO FOR YOURSELF IS TO BELIEVE THAT YOU CAN HAVE THE LIFE YOU WANT. IMAGINE IT, IN AS MUCH DETAIL AS POSSIBLE. THINK ABOUT IT AS THOUGH YOU ALREADY HAVE IT. THEN…TAKE RISKS. DO THE SCARY THING. DO THE EXCITING THING. START OUT SMALL, TAKING ONE STEP AT A TIME, AND THEN RAMP IT UP.”

Sally Hope – life coach

“If you are a mom and an entrepreneur, you have already stepped outside of the rat race that so many people are still stuck in. You are reclaiming the value of your vision for the world and for your children and that really matters.”
Christyna Lewis – financial coach

Chances are you’ve missed out on quite a few of these interviews. Here’s a guide to them all:

Sarah Robinson – business coach

Melissa Dinwiddie – artist and inspirationalist

Barbara Coon – CranioSacral therapist

Sarah Wagner Yost – life and business coach

Irene Gutteridge Lyon – body scientist

Andrea Lewicki – mindfulness expert

Christyna Lewis – financial coach

Michelle Nickolaisen – business systems expert

Hannah Marcotti – life and business coach

Miki DeVivo – photographer

Nanci Panuccio – writer and writing coach

Sally Hope – life coach

Cathy Anderson – organizational products

Jennifer Peek – business coach

Kimberly Riggins – body image expert

Genna McWhinnie – video expert

Mayi Carles – artist and business coach

Erin Giles – philanthropy coach

Alethea Cheng Fitzpatrick – photography coach for parents

Sammi Johnson – social media expert

Amber McCue – business coach

Alana Sheeren – grief and loss coach

Aimee Prezzano – simple living consultant

Angela Privin – digestive health coach

More interviews coming soon…

Watch for a new interview with financial therapist, coach, and mompreneur, Bari Tessler to kick off the 2013 Women Branching Out interview series, next week!

I’m always looking for great business stories. If you know someone who’s doing great things in their online business, leave a comment below to let me know!

19 Responses to Women Branching Out Interviews – A Review

  1. Renee January 21, 2013 at 9:37 pm #

    Thank you for your collection of inspirations. I really enjoyed Genna McWhinnie advice about being yourself first in your branding.

  2. Jenn Burton January 21, 2013 at 10:10 pm #

    These were awesome. I love how you captured this. Christie you amaze me with your creativity. loved this!

  3. Megan Flatt January 21, 2013 at 11:00 pm #

    I’m so excited to dive into some of the interviews I missed! I am in such a place this week where I can’t get enough inspiration from amazing female entrepreneurs! Thanks for the round up!

  4. Mindy Crary January 22, 2013 at 12:28 pm #

    What a fantastic inventory of amazing women! I read a lot of these through the year, but I do see some I missed and I definitely need to catch up! One thing that amazes me is the diversity of profession in all of these. I love the job titles!

  5. Christina Caudill January 22, 2013 at 2:27 pm #

    Oh my goodness. Love, love, love! What a great collection of inspiration from amazing women.

  6. Sabrina at MyMiBoSo January 22, 2013 at 3:30 pm #

    BEAUTIFUL inspirations here Christie – LOVE the highlights!

  7. Anastasia Valentine January 22, 2013 at 3:56 pm #

    I can’t wait to watch these interviews of so many women that I love and respect! Thank you thank you so much for making this beautiful series of interviews available to fellow business women. Such an asset. Now …lets get an interview going 🙂

    AV

  8. Cathy January 22, 2013 at 9:03 pm #

    Great series Christie. I was thinking I should interview you for my blog. I have a lot of health coaches who are very interested in taking your pdf course. They could definitely use your services. Thanks! ~Cathy

  9. Sarah Yost January 23, 2013 at 1:03 pm #

    Oh, yes! What a great collection Christie!

  10. Nona Jordan January 23, 2013 at 2:55 pm #

    What a fabulous collection of quotes and resources from these fabulous women!! Thank you for sharing this all in one place!! XO

  11. Amber January 23, 2013 at 2:55 pm #

    I love you to pieces! What a great collection. I’m honored and grateful to be a part of this. xo,
    Amber

  12. Terri January 23, 2013 at 8:49 pm #

    Christie–I love this! I love the amazing group of women and how beautiful the post looks.
    Bravo!

  13. eyenie January 24, 2013 at 7:58 am #

    Wow Chrstie, how cool that you were able to create a hub for all of this amazing wisdom from kick-ass women! These are such great quotes! I love “don’t take my advice!” and “be the giver…don’t wait to have millions”…SOOOO true, and really resonate with me. THANK YOU! Looking forward to reading these! 🙂

  14. Helen Crosbie January 24, 2013 at 3:42 pm #

    I’m going to have to put some of these up on my wall – what fantastic inspirational quotes! Thank you Christie – it’s like a condensed tome of wisdom on one blog page!

  15. Leah Shapiro January 24, 2013 at 4:25 pm #

    When ever I read your blog I can’t help but think how generous and giving you are Christie.
    What a great collection of quotes and interviews!

  16. Amanda January 24, 2013 at 7:10 pm #

    Some of my very favorites! And loved meeting the others that I didn’t know of yet. Great job cultivating a fantastic group of women.

  17. Teresa Deak January 24, 2013 at 7:29 pm #

    What fabulous and inspiring quotes – and such an amazing list of talented women you’ve talked with! I’ll be doing some exploring here for sure!

    Hugs and butterflies,
    ~Teresa~

  18. Jenna Dalton January 25, 2013 at 11:30 am #

    Thank you for sharing these great interviews, Christie. I love the quote from Aimee Prezzano. I think it relates to so many times in my and my client’s lives when we are trying to go for perfection. I love it too because research actually suggests that when we focus on “getting better” rather than on “being good” our chances of success skyrocket. Thank you for your generosity in bringing these great women together and sharing them with us 🙂

  19. Lisa Claudia Briggs January 27, 2013 at 1:44 pm #

    Loved the beautiful little “bites” from real-life women living entrepreneurial lives and the way you captured so much of what each of us needs to hear, Christie. Would love to read the full interviews.

    Love,
    Lisa

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