An entrepreneur’s journey is definitely a rollercoaster, and I think there are few people who understand that more than today’s guest. We are joined on the show by Shelton Wilder, a serial entrepreneur who turned a failed business into founding one of the top luxury real estate teams in the LA area, the Shelton Wilder Group.
From living an affluent life as a young entrepreneur, to rebuilding from bankruptcy, to then pitching her clothing company on Shark Tank, and now killing it in the luxury real estate space, Shelton is a true testament to what you can accomplish when you keep your focus on the road in front of you, instead of looking in the rearview mirror. Keep listening to hear Shelton talk about what it was like to pitch to the sharks, the easy ways you can leverage video marketing to grow your business, and how to grieve letting go of something you’ve worked hard on to move onto something better.
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Not everyone can win over Simon Cowell, but today’s guest did just that to get her golden ticket to Hollywood.
Quigley, aka Casey Goode, shined as a contestant on season 8 of American Idol before getting cut during the semifinals round. Even though her dreams of making it as a musician came to a halt, Quigley’s true spotlight moment didn’t come until she discovered her love of photoshoot design & production, putting her creative genius front and center instead of letting a show define her story. Since then, she has become a digital content creator super star with her popular blog and Instagram account, @officiallyquigley, amassing 330,000 loyal followers. If her gorgeous shoots don’t wow you, then her authentic personality will definitely make you a fan! Seriously, go check out her account. Her photo game is unmatched.
These days, Quigley loves spending time with her husband and adorable baby, creating unique content, and teaching self-care and...
I am SO excited to introduce you to a dear friend and a favorite past client of mine, Amy Lacey. We took a trip down memory lane together and caught up on Amy’s inspiring journey of making a mid-life career pivot at age 46 and starting a business in an industry she had no prior experience in that has changed the food space forever.
Amy is the author of Cali’flour Kitchen and founder of Cali’flour Foods, the brand that pioneered the cauliflower pizza crust craze. After being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease in 2010, she realized she needed to change her eating habits. With the determination to find recipes to make healthy versions of her favorite foods like pizza, she discovered how amazing cauliflower based products are (despite having hated cauliflower most of her life). These days you can find Cali’flour Foods’ cauliflower pizza crusts, flatbreads, and other entrees in national chains like Safeway, WalMart, Whole Foods, and Kroger! After...