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Best Dana Malstaff podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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Welcome to the Boss Mom Podcast, where mompreneurs and women in all stages of raising their business and family come to get tools, tips and support to help make their Boss Mom world just a little bit easier. With host Dana Malstaff
 
Welcome to the boss dad podcast. it is a place where amazing boss dads get to share their entrepreneurial and family journey, tell us how they balance business and fatherhood and talk about how they are teaching their kids to be the next generation of entrepreneurs. With your host, Dana Malstaff the founder of Boss Mom.
 
If you want to know how bestselling authors find the time to write their books, the methods they use to be productive and how they find their ideas you will love this podcast. Writing coach Azul Terronez shares interviews with clients such as Pat Flynn, of the Smart Passive Income, Jon Vroman, of the Front Row Factor, and Dana Malstaff of Boss-Mom, Jadah Sellner of Simple Green Smoothies. Learn from New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling authors. Want to get behind th ...
 
Are you looking for a way to merge your pre-kid life into your life as Mom? You’re in the right place! Lara & Jenn candidly discuss real-life experience as Modern Day Moms, and highlight women who create space for both their individual identity and being Mom. This podcast is designed to guide, connect & support women navigating Modern Day Motherhood. Subscribe NOW & listen weekly!
 
I am the Host of Biz Stories Shared Podcasts. My guests are entrepreneurs and small business owners who share their stories of the journey they have traveled to become successful. Stories include their challenges, failures and the moment when the inspiration gave them the encouragement and excitement to persevere. Stories are gifts and inspire the listeners to try this podcast marketing method by sharing their stories. Subscribe and listen!
 
If you have a desire to use your gifts, do meaningful work, and help people while making a difference in the world, you’re in the right place. In this podcast we’ll explore what it means to make decisions from your heart, so you can build an engaged community, grow your dream business, and create a vision to reach more people and make a bigger impact. Join founder, author, online community growth strategist, and TEDx speaker, Jadah Sellner (that’s me!), who is on a mission to help redefine t ...
 
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Dana Malstaff is an author and the founder of Boss-Mom.com. She’s built a multiple 7-figure business by focusing on the one niche of moms. We really connected at an Agents of Change conference where we were both speakers and I soon found out how she was using Facebook groups for her brand. When she showed me I wasn’t doing them the right way, I kne…
 
Are you dreaming about creating an online business with real income? Today we’re discussing building a business based on community. We brought on the Boss Mom, Dana Malstaff to share how to cultivate an online community and in turn generate profits for yourself and your family. We discuss how not getting the job she wanted led her to start a busine…
 
How can we create great content that not only sells a product, but makes a massive impact on our audiences? When we think of memorable marketing, most of us are likely to feel overwhelmed. How do we even begin to craft something that people resonate with, for years to come? Most of the time, the best ideas come from the moments we separate ourselve…
 
Jason Stuart is an actor, comedian, and author of the book, Shut Up, I’m Talking! which chronicles Jason’s life and career as an actor and comedian. It’s the funny, poignant story of a gay Jewish boy whose life changed after seeing Funny Girl at a second-run movie theatre in Hollywood. What We Discuss with Jason Stuart: The impact on his life being…
 
This week, I brought on Joshua and Joanna Scott from Studio 88 to talk more about niches. They have built an incredible marketing agency that is focused on the niche of serving dentists. I got to work on a project with them last year and it was cool to see the work that they do in this unique space. A lot of us struggle with niching down and they’v…
 
Has motherhood ever inspired you to start a business of your own? Today we’re chatting with Mary Clavieres, the owner and CEO of Brief Transitions about how one of the most challenging and overwhelming parts of the postpartum experience led her to start a new business venture. Mary started an underwear line specifically for postpartum women after s…
 
There is so much fear and uncertainty in our current reality that it’s easy to be caught up in a panic, but we should be using this time to take stock of our lives and our businesses as they are, and how we want them to be. Is it possible to make the most of this period? While it’s normal to feel worried about the future, it’s also important for us…
 
In today’s episode, we talk with the authors of Chef Junior, a book written by five teens aged 11-14. They are the sons and daughters of healthy food bloggers who came together to publish a cookbook by kids and for kids. Today, they talk about their book-writing process, what it means to write your passion into a book, about food, and why this cook…
 
Andy Storch is a talent development coach, the host of two podcasts, and the founder of the Talent Development Think Tank. He’s built a career in the corporate world by using a personal brand, proving it’s very possible to succeed in a niche outside of the norm. If you don’t want to work with other entrepreneurs and want to go into the corporate sp…
 
Does your family have food issues? If so, you’ll love this episode with Jennifer Anderson of Kids Eat in Color. Today we’re exploring all of the feelings that go along with food and family meals with little ones. Have you experienced mom guilt in relation to what you’re feeding your kids? Too much mac n’ cheese, not enough veggies, the list goes on…
 
Rob Angel is a speaker, author, and entrepreneur. He just recently launched his book called Game Changer: The Story of Pictionary and How I Turned a Simple Idea into the Bestselling Board Game in the World. In 1985, using a few simple tools, a Webster’s paperback dictionary, a No.2 pencil, and a yellow legal pad, he created the phenomenally success…
 
When sadness becomes a daily, persistent experience that isn’t dramatically terrible, it can turn into stable misery. We can get so used to being unhappy, it becomes a bearable normal, even though it’s not healthy or fulfilling. The good news is, we do have the power to move ourselves out of this place, and we can make our lives more fulfilling and…
 
Case Erickson is the author of the book Coming Out By Going In, where he shares his stories, his struggles, and the transformation he made through this process. We'll talk a little about his book, what he learned from doing the work, and how you can tell your story when you decide to show up in the way he did. What We Discuss with Case Erickson: Wh…
 
Many women are hesitant to pitch themselves to be on podcasts because they fear they may not be welcomed, or that they don’t have the right stories to share, and this is especially true for women of color. Let’s face it, it’s difficult to compliment ourselves, so how can we overcome that? And for those of us who do have a platform, how can we encou…
 
In today’s episode, I’m kicking off a series on niches. That can be an unnerving word for a lot of entrepreneurs, so I want to break it down in this episode and the weeks to come. I truly believe that the riches are in the niches. The more we clarify and clean up our marketing, the more successful we will be. To tee this idea up, in this episode I …
 
This episode is for you if you’re looking for some data-driven answers about the many decisions made during pregnancy and parenthood. There’s so much information out there about what you should or shouldn’t do during pregnancy, delivery, and those early parenting years that it can be really challenging to determine what is right for you and your fa…
 
Matt Barnett is a British designer and artist who decided to move to Australia and co-founded Bonjoro. A great platform that allows you to connect with people, Bonjoro was born from a sale hack he had for his first business. Three years after Matt and his team decided to go all-in on the idea, Bonjoro has snowballed into a startup success story wit…
 
Geoff Kullman is an amazing copywriter who helps his clients connect to their audience. He is one of the few writers I completely trust and have even worked with on my own client projects. In this episode, we talk about some of the mistakes entrepreneurs make in connecting with their audience. Being clear isn’t enough. At some point, each of us has…
 
In parenthood, sometimes the mistakes we make are just as important as the successes. On today’s episode, we are diving in deep with guest, Wendy Snyder, a parenting coach who teaches people about Positive Parenting. She shares how to get to the root cause of your child’s misbehavior and how to work with your child instead of trying to change them.…
 
Rachel Richards is here to talk about how to shift your money mindset. At only 27 years old, Rachel is a financial advisor and has made her name for herself in this personal finance space. She’s also a speaker and the author of two books, Passive Income, Aggressive Retirement and Money Honey. What We Discuss with Rachel Richards: Why a book about f…
 
Lindsay Hotmire is a messaging coach and copy expert. She helps her clients push pause on the one-size-fits-all formulas so they can present their brands authentically. I know it’s hard to find the balance between authenticity and sharing too much, so I wanted to bring Lindsay on to teach us all about it. In this episode, we discuss: 1. How to get …
 
What exactly is a hormone and what role does it play in our health? Today we’re joined by Dr. Lauren Noel, a naturopathic doctor, and expert in natural medicine. Lauren, also known as “Dr. Lo”, is the host for the podcast, The Dr. Lo Radio Show and owns Shine Natural Medicine where she focuses on hormonal health and fertility. She shares how her ow…
 
Mason Hagner is 11 years and wrote his first book, Never Give Up No Matter What. It's an incredible story about how is he and his father came up with the idea and then had the book, edited, illustrated, and put out into the world. What We Discuss with Mason Hagner: What he learned from playing baseball that gave him an idea for the book His book wr…
 
Many of our Boss Moms run businesses that require them to meet clients in person. If your business is a face-to-face, belly-to-belly operation, the covid-19 pandemic has forced you to close doors and lose your bread and butter business. The good news is there is a way to keep our businesses going and income coming in if we pivot and shift what we c…
 
There will always be too much to do and not enough time to do it. That is why we need people like Belinda Weaver. She is not only founder of the site Copywrite Matters and host of the Hot Copy Podcast, but an expert at time management, too. We met at The Copywriter’s Club IRL conference and began a conversation on how she built a business while rai…
 
If you’re looking for an operation manual on motherhood, then today’s episode is for you. On this episode, Jenn talks to Lara about a tool that has changed her life, The Ultimate Life Tool. This tool is something that she uses in her coaching business for leaders, teams and professionals in identifying how to best play to their strengths in the wor…
 
John Jonas is a long-time outsourcing expert and the creator of OnlineJobs.ph. With help from his own VAs based in the Philippines, John has created an outsourcing empire that allows him to work 17 hours/week and spend most of his time with his wife and 5 kids – traveling, golfing, cycling, and living his ideal life. What We Discuss with John Jonas…
 
With everything that’s happened in the world in the wake of COVID-19, a lot of us have gotten stuck in a rut and having our kids home all the time has taken a toll on our creative processes. However, to create sellable products, we have to find ways to jolt ourselves out of that foggy state of mind. How can we kickstart our creativity during this p…
 
I want to be someone who tells human stories. Doing so is a way to humanize this otherwise idealized industry. That’s why I wanted to bring my good friend Ray Edwards onto the show. I have known him my whole professional career, as he was the most instrumental person in helping me start and grow my business. His friendship goes far beyond business,…
 
Are you looking for your mom tribe? Today we’re talking about community and how this is an integral part of motherhood, business and all aspects of life. We brought on professional community builder, Katie Saffert to help us dive into this topic. We chat about Katie’s experience with entrepreneurship and the pivots she’s made over the last decade. …
 
This time has been challenging for many of us Boss Moms because we’re out of our normal routines, and we’ve experienced the frustration of dealing with altered, shifted and even broken routines. Routines are incredibly valuable to our performance, and when we don’t have them, things can be incredibly hard for our children and even for us. We need a…
 
As a functional Medicine Practitioner and Board-Certified Clinical Nutritionist, Ryan takes a holistic approach to helping his patients improve their health by utilizing results-based natural therapies. Unlike addressing symptoms like conventional medicine, Ryan uses natural approaches to address the root cause and enhance your body's ability to he…
 
A lot of us want to build online courses, but we don’t know what it actually takes to make them successful. I’m always looking for a way I can make my courses better because I care about the people who take them. So, in today’s episode, Dr. Carrie Rose will be explaining the ins and outs of creating a successful online course. When she first got in…
 
We brought on Vienna Farlow, a holistic reproductive health practitioner intern and founder of the Cvntsultant. She focuses her work on demystifying the female body and teaching women better ways to connect with themselves. We discuss what body literacy is and how to become your own expert for your health. She shares the stigmas that there are abou…
 
The COVID-19 crisis has put a pause on all aspects of our lives; our children’s school schedules and daily routines, our habits and how we operate from day-to-day, and of course, our businesses. The pause doesn’t mean we have to stop completely. We can keep moving forward if we learn how to navigate our new reality. If we focus our energies correct…
 
Natalie Sisson is the bestselling author of The Suitcase Entrepreneur and The Freedom Plan. She turned her blog into a thriving multiple six-figure lifestyle business she can run from just a laptop and her smartphone. Natalie has a dedicated community of Freedomists who have been following and engaging in her work since 2009 through the Suitcase En…
 
During this pandemic, I’ve had a lot more time to listen to podcasts. It’s a great way to fill the time while giving your eyes a break from screens. I certainly don’t have a corner on the market and there are people out there who you can learn a lot about marketing from. These are probably podcasts you haven’t heard of, but they will help your busi…
 
Have you ever heard the phrase, “there’s an oil for that”? On this episode, we’ve enlisted Kelowna Giuliano, a holistic health practitioner and owner of Drop into Wellness who has over two decades of experience on healing from within. She breaks down all of the benefits and uses for essential oils including how to use it to support sleep, digestion…
 
With everything going on in the world right now, one of the biggest changes and challenges parents are facing is having their children at home. Our kids are also dealing with changes to their daily schedules and activities, which is overwhelming and leading to more tantrums and emotional outbursts. When our children experience negative emotions, we…
 
Leo Babauta is a simplicity blogger & author. He created Zen Habits, a Top 25 blog with a million readers. He’s also a best-selling author, a husband, father of six children, and a vegan. In 2010, he moved from Guam to California where he leads a simple life. Leo is a Zen student and is on a mission to help the world open through uncertainty traini…
 
Scott Voelker is the founder and host of The Amazing Seller, a top-ranked podcast that helps everyday people start and grow online e-commerce businesses. I met Scott about a year ago at the Puerto Rico masterminds and we talked for hours about life and business. He’s in a different internet marketing space than I am, but what he talked about piqued…
 
Have you had issues with your children fighting or bickering? Or are you about to bring home baby number two and want to stop sibling rivalry in its tracks before it has the chance of forming? Today we brought on Dr. Sheldon Zablow, a child and adult psychiatrist with an extensive background in sibling rivalries. He gives some of his best advice on…
 
Suzanne Brown empowers companies to become more balance-friendly and professional working moms to create the work-life balance they crave. She is a TED speaker and has been featured in major publications such as TIME, Forbes, Working Mother, Reader’s Digest, Shape, and Prevention. She’s a mom, wife, consultant, speaker, strategist, avid internation…
 
As women entrepreneurs, we are often shocked to find that collaboration over competition takes work, but as long as we become more mindful of ourselves, that doesn’t need to be a problem. Why is it so important to understand what makes us different from the other women in our space? Can we ever completely get rid of feelings of jealousy we may have…
 
Marissa Nehlsen is the founder of a 7-figure financial firm who knows what she’s doing with money and mindset. When I met her a couple of years ago while doing consulting work with the John Maxwell team, something struck me about her right away. We worked on some projects together and I came to understand her amazing mindset about money. She knows …
 
Have you ever found yourself struggling with the juggling? Our guest for today’s episode joined us to discuss her movement, #thejuggleisreal. As a mama, entrepreneur and wife - Nina wanted to find something that could express what most of us mothers feel on the day to day: which is the constant need to manage the juggle of our mental load and our m…
 
As busy moms and business owners, so many things need to get done and as a result, our marriages slide down the priorities list. Why do so many couples end up feeling more like roommates and logistical partners rather than romantic partners? How can we start improving our marriages on our own? How do we rekindle fun and intimacy in our relationship…
 
Jason Van Orden helps thought leaders reach a larger audience with their ideas, create new income streams from their expertise, and build business models that align with their values and goals. His experience includes creating multiple successful brands, launching over 60 online courses, teaching more than 10,000 entrepreneurs, generating seven fig…
 
As with all of life, it’s so important right now to get good at the art of reframing the situation. We need to keep asking, “What does this make possible?” For personal brand businesses, the answer is, “A lot.” I’ve been asked over and over if businesses should sell, market, and run ads at this time. So, I’ve compiled the things I’ve said in variou…
 
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