The Next Tuesday Podcast

The Next Tuesday Podcast

We're making women great again... even though we were already great! Join Care and Suz each week as we interview lady bosses from all shapes and sizes of companies, from creative entrepreneurs to corporate CEOs; from a budding small business to large corporations. We ask women about their struggles & their achievements, navigating a world where feminine energy is often underappreciated, and how they find balance in the world of business.

Episodes

October 23, 2018 53 min

If you're in need of some inspiration, this is your episode! We're chatting with Christina Dick, Founder of the Public Relations Agency: Tiramisu for Breakfast and Adjunct Professor of Advertising at VCU. Christina's positive energy and plethora of #truthbombs will make you feel like you can tackle everything on your to-do list.

This conversation is full of magic like the power of being underestimated and sliding in und...

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This week we're inspired to consider what we can do better in our businesses as we speak with Maria Pahuja, Founder of Vayas Consulting. Maria is an Operations Consultant with impressive experience creating organization out of start up chaos.

While operational management may not be the first priority on an entrepreneurs to-dos, we hear how it is essential for one's profitability, efficiency, and long term goals. Maria defin...

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When is it that we take inventory of our lives and decide how we're living? There's no better time than now as we speak with Theodora Miller, who has reclaimed her passion as an Abstract Artist after two decades successfully navigating the financial services world.

This week we dive into conversation about designing the life we want to live and not putting our desires on hold because of X or for Y amount of time. Theodora i...

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In this day and age of public systems failing those served, we are fortunate enough to hear from a woman who is creating more light in the medical world. This week we hear from Dr. Janet West, a Richmond, VA pediatrician and the founder of RVA Baby. RVA Baby is a comprehensive holistic newborn care practice designed to support families after they welcome a new baby into their family.

Having practiced military medicine, worked as a ...

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Another week, another woman. We are joined this week by the inspirational Ali Greenberg, Founder of The Broad and Brand Strategist. Within a year, Ali envisioned and launched the Richmond, VA workspace and social club for womxn and gender minorities creating community, diverse conversation, and connections with the goal to be exclusively inclusive.

Ali is transparent regarding her experience as a solo business founder and invites u...

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This week we welcome Katie Painter, doula, childbirth educator, and prenatal fitness guru to debunk all things birth-related. Katie shares her personal and business transformation from being a non-stop fitness professional to embracing motherhood and transitioning her business to empower women to honor their bodies pre, during and post-pregnancy. 

In this episode, we learn that birth does not have to be scary (especially if we stay...

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We're back for the fall and off to a running start - literally. This week, we're chatting with the women of Tread Happy, a boutique fitness studio utilizing the treadmill with locations in Charlottesville and Richmond, VA and Charlotte, NC this October '18. Claire and Sara have developed six treadmill inspired classes driven by music and the high-vibe motivation of a coach leading the class. 

In this info packed hour we...

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Remember when you looked forward to a summer break?! Care + Suz are rewinding the clock to those days and taking the summer "off" to record more inspiring lady bosses to share with you this fall. 

Care + Suz share with you how their 2018s are going in biz and life and what they're working on personally and professionally. Hear about Care's most recent trip to Hawaii, Suz's half-baked podcast secret, a re...

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Have you ever stopped to wonder what's beyond the question mark? Kelli Lemon, The Social Connector of RVA, explains to us how she's currently building her business, The Urban Hang Suite, that stemmed from a talk she gave addressing the topic of mystery. She explains to us how she literally spoke her dream into the world and has watched it manifest in recent months.

Kelli, who is the host of the awesome podcast Coffee w/Str...

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Are you a fit in the box kind of person or an outside of the box kind of person? This week we talk about finding our authentic selves and allowing children to be who they are with Candy Beers-Kim, owner of Attuned Parenting.

Candy has dedicated her career to supporting the parent-child relationship and focuses on how parents and children can become the best team together.  Having attended graduate school to help people find their a...

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What would you do with your life if given 12 months to live? The answer may surprise you. This week we are privileged to hear from Ja'nai Frederick, the founder of B SIDE Collective, who began her print magazine initiative to begin her "B" side of life. 

We learn about Ja'nai's 8 year career as an optometrist, her military experience, and how she dove into the print magazine biz. Having never dreamed of becoming...

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What makes self-employment the most fulfilling? Doing work that lights you up with clients you love! This week Shelly Rose, a natural foods chef and nutritionist who owns Pure Roots Nutrition, shares how she honed in on her niche via the process of elimination, while also enlightening our brains on the holistic picture of nutrition.

This episode is packed with helpful information like what makes our food inflammatory or anti-inflam...

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What did your high school self love to do that your adult self has forgotten in exchange for a more practical existence? When Vanessa began to consider getting back to work after having 5 children, she recalled her love for photography and got to work making it her gig. Vanessa is the founder of two brands: Story Book Imaging – a lifestyle photography brand and Intimate Chapters – boudoir photography.

Vanessa shows us how we can cr...

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to invent your own job? This week, we hear how Meghan Ely did just that and how she started the global wedding PR company, OFD consulting. Meghan, the self-proclaimed "crazy cat lady," royal wedding enthusiast, and educator, shares how she manifested her success and how she thinks "big picture" to make her dreams reality.

Meghan takes us on her journey from turning down a...

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This week we delve into the journey of life as both a human being and an entrepreneur, honoring the call of the heart and trusting we'll land on our feet.  We couldn't be more thrilled to share this conversation with Melody Short, a Richmond native and co-owner of the Artisan Cafe, as well as the self-proclaimed first Air B&B, OWN television star, small biz mentor + guru, and most recently the Director of Brand Deve...

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You don't know what's possible until you begin to ask questions. This week, Heather Ormond of Riot and Revel explains to us how she created her full-time merry making gig to work only with clients and on projects that she's excited about after spending 12 years in the agency world. 

Heather discusses how she changed her lens from feeling like self-employment was unattainable to, now, wondering why more people don't ...

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How do we make our world a more compassionate place? This week Becky Crump, the founder of a national monthly do-gooder community Mindful Mornings and the founder of Well Work, sheds her light on how we can harness our individual power to collectively change the world. 

We learn how to be intentional with our time, while also considering the various seasons of life. We define "do-gooder" and we contemplate how to save the w...

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When we think about private investigations, Care jumps to My Favorite Murder, while Suz imagines sitting in a parked car stalking persons of interest. This week, April Smith founder of Commonwealth Investigative Solutions shares with us the real life experience of being a private investigator.

April laughs that while some children dream of becoming an actor or a teacher, she knew at 5 she wanted to become a homicide detective – and...

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Have you ever had a moment where everything you thought you are and wanted in your life no longer feels right? Like you’re moving down the tracks and suddenly the train jumps onto another track and route that you didn’t purchase a ticket for?

This week we talk with Christa Marshall about the transitional period for women after childbirth. Christa, a clinical psychologist and the founder of Marshall Psychological Services, explains ...

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What happens when “good enough” isn’t going to work anymore? We go there with Sandi Cauley, the Founder and HBIC of TURN RVA a dance and fitness boutique in the heart of Richmond, VA. Sandi, an Emmy award winning news producer in a previous life lets us in on what it feels like to be spinning plates and how she’s learned to fill her tank to create a life she not only loves, but one where she is fully present.

We kick off season 2 c...

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