with Kamie Lehmann
I am a Business Coach with expert zones in Sales & Leadership. I have been coaching for 28 years but started my own coaching company 4 years ago. I coach women because I see their struggles, I have shared those struggles and I know how to overcome them. I am authentic and accept no excuses, I am bold and once you share your goals with me, I will either push you, carry you, or drag you! With your permission of course. No one gets left behind!
Share an experience that has shaped who you are today.
I spent 28 years in Direct Sales and struggled with the comparison game. Even though I was in the top 1% of my company I was still comparing myself to the others ahead of me. They never shared the horror stories, they always told the good stories that made it look easy – to encourage others but, it always left me questioning what’s wrong with me? Why is it so difficult for me, what am I doing wrong. I finally realized that the others had struggles too, they just didn’t talk about them. All of this time I thought they were just lucky…
Tell us about your podcast audience.
My audience is mostly female entrepreneurs from 35-60 years old and a few great men. They expect to hear tips and great value that they can put in to place right away to make an impact in their business. They are encouraged by the stories of overcoming that take place on the journey to success and they love to celebrate the good or great with our experts. They keep coming back because when they join us they hear the truth and believe that they can do it too! We end every episode with “I don’t know where you are in your life or your business but if you are face down on the ground right now… GET BACK UP GIRL!! GET BACK UP!! YOU CAN DO IT!!”
What makes your podcast unique?
So I decided to launch a podcast called She’s INVINCIBLE! We feature Fierce Female Entrepreneurs and share their expert zone of genius. Our topics are A-Z Business Categories and all things to support women and female entrepreneurs. Then….we pull back the curtain and share the good, the bad and the ugly of their journey. These topics are varied but include marketing, digital courses, social media, finance, investing, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, imposter syndrome, parenting, divorce, publishing books, public speaking, fitness and so much more. We feature 4 men per year! Side note: I launched a podcast school in March called Be INVINCIBLE Podcast School where I teach entrepreneurs how to launch a top rated podcast and use it to monetize their business. So far we’ve launched 20 top rated podcasts.
We will chat with Fierce Female Entrepreneurs and share the good, the bad and the ugly of Entrepreneurship and discuss obstacles we have faced and how to overcome them to reach the success you desire.
Here are the things to expect in the episode:
- How do adoptees feel about their birth parents?
- Why is it important for adoptees to know their birth parents?
- What are the possible long-term effects of adoption on adoptees?
- How does it feel to be an adopted child?
- And much more!
Ann Peck is an award-winning author, independent journalist, and an adoptee. Her bylines include Entrepreneur Magazine—Business Insider—Greenwich Time—Stamford Advocate— Connecticut Post— and many more.
She is the creator and instructor at the Adoptee Writer’s Experience, where she works with adoptees interested in writing their adoption stories, either for themselves or publication. She offers online and in-person writing intensives, classes, individual coaching, and a membership community for female-identifying adoptees.
Ann is the author of three books, including the best-selling, Smiling on the Outside: Secrets, Sex, Shame and the Search for Self-Love, which won six national and international awards in relationships, women’s issues, and sexuality and was reviewed by Publishers Weekly.
Ann is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, the Women’s National Book Association, and is a member and an ambassador for the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. When she’s not traveling, Ann enjoys her time at home on the shores of a lake in Minnesota. Business or marketing topic to give actionable strategies/tips for listeners: Seriously no idea what to call it (yet), but I can have it firmed up by the time we connect. … something along the lines of finding a problem and solving it… the problem I saw was this: The adoptee’s voice and experiences are often missing, exploited, or inaccurately portrayed by the media.
I wanted to change that, so here are the steps I took: (I will have the steps I outlined and strategies I implemented and I will be able to present it in a way that others can adapt for their own business) I want to promote Adoptee Writer’s Experience in all it’s forms: the membership community, classes, and my research on the topic. Depending on when you’ll be airing this episode, I may be able to offer a special to your listeners — we can discuss timing and availability.
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