Several years ago, when I started The Sculpted Vegan, there was one specific investment I made that would forever change the course of my businesses:
Amy Porterfield’s Digital Course Academy
Amy (who calls herself “The Queen of Baby Steps”, and you’ll hear why) has been a huge source of inspiration to me.
Last year, she reached the $10 million dollar turnover mark, has been featured in Forbes for breaking the glass ceiling, has sold more than 40,000 courses, has a mailing list of over a quarter of a million subscribers, and the list goes on!
She is truly an incredible businesswoman, mentor, and friend.
I have been a champion of hers for many years, so you can imagine my delight when she agreed to be on the podcast!
(It’s really going to blow your socks off)
Listen to how she talks so candidly about:
- Her successes AND failures (if you know me, you know I love failures!)
- How increasing awareness surrounding the Black Lives Matter movement became the catalyst for positive changes in her business practices
- How she got started in the industry and the moment she knew she wanted to be her own boss
- 2 things she says that stop people from reaching true success
- How she really feels about her husband
- The biggest lesson she has learned in life
You’re going to absolutely love this podcast!
- Digital Course Academy ( does not open until March 2021, so no link)
- Amy’s podcast (https://www.amyporterfield.com/amy-porterfield-podcast/)
- Amy’s Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/amyporterfield/?hl=en)
- Amy’s Clubhouse (@amyporterfield)
- Forbes Article: (https://www.forbes.com/sites/celinnedacosta/2019/08/27/how-one-woman-broke-through-the-glass-ceiling-and-built-a-multi-million-dollar-online-course-empire/?sh=31bf93077def)
- Grant Cardone (https://grantcardone.com/)
If people hate you and talk about you, that’s great! That means they will spread your name far and wide.
Just because you didn’t know, doesn’t mean you’re not responsible.
Lead with compassion. People are fighting battles we know nothing about.
Freedom lies in the capacity to pause between stimulus and response.