Every year, we invite a cohort of business women and entrepreneurs into our annual community to gather, create, connect, and support each other. In addition to the program, we also put together a bonus package for everyone who joins us. I’m thrilled to announce the following bonuses as part of the program this year—they’re even better than last year. Check these out!
What does it take to build, run, and facilitate a group program? In this episode, I dig into how the Wise Women’s Council is put together and my personal experiences in designing and facilitating groups, masterminds, and communities. The Wise Women’s Council is my sixth run at a mastermind. In this AMA episode, I answer how I planned out the group’s structure, created goals, figured out what works for me (and what I hope works for you) and how we can get better at creating other mastermind groups over time.
Want to ask me anything? We have a new podcast for that. Ask Sarah: The Podcast is a place for you to ask anything you’d like—about your life, my life, business, parenting, or whatever is on your mind. To listen to these full-length Q/A episodes and get your own access to Ask Sarah: The Podcast, read on. This is a private bonus podcast for podcast supporters that we record every month.
Bestselling author Whitney Johnson explains how the theory of disruption applies to personal development, team-building, and transitioning to parenthood. When do you let disruption work for your life—in a good way?
When I looked up and realized that we were nearing the 100th episode of the podcast, I knew I wanted to do a special show. It’s been a wonderful year and a half of producing this show, and I’ve learned so much from making, creating, and interviewing. Here’s what I learned, what surprised me, and how we’ve improved our processes over time.