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Hustlin’ In Heels
84 minutes | May 29, 2019
S2 Ep29: Compassionate Leadership: Stephanie Hoffman, Director of Open Doors
This is a must-listen episode. Stacey and Kelsey are joined in the studio by Stephanie Hoffman, Director of Open Doors Kalamazoo and a believer in Compassionate Leadership. Stephanie talks about the value of the human experience and how important it is to speak to the being of who the person is. She also talks about the importance of truth and how she tells her residents, “Tell us the truth and we can work with it.” Listen in and learn more about serving from the heart.
76 minutes | May 15, 2019
S2 Ep28: : Finding Your Way to Your True Self: Melissa Lechlitner and Sam Lewis
Stacey and Angie are joined in the studio this week by former Notre Dame Women’s Basketball player Melissa Lechlitner and her fiancé Sam Lewis. The ladies chat about setting goals and then crushing them…and maybe writing them down in a notebook starting in middle school. Melissa also talks about playing for Muffet McGraw and the three traits of great leaders. Melissa and Sam talk about not living a life defined by the expectations of others or society, and having the courage and confidence to be yourself.
116 minutes | May 8, 2019
S2 Ep27: Leading with Authenticity: Patricia Muellen, Super Connector
Stacey and Angie sit down in the studio with Patricia Muellen, owner of P. Muellen and Associates, to chat about taking chances and seizing opportunities when they come your way. Patricia talks about setting boundaries and expectations when you own your own business and are expected to be “on” 24/7\. The ladies also talk about leading with authenticity and the emotional toll that can come with being a public person. The conversation gets deep…and the end result is providing permission to be your own self.
87 minutes | May 1, 2019
S2 Ep26: Faith, Family, Freedom: Scott McFarland, CEO of Honor Credit Union
When you identify your priorities and work comes in a distant fourth place, it’s easy to be a leader who values people over profits. This week, Stacey and Angie sit down with Scott McFarland, the forward-thinking CEO of Forbes Ranked #1 Credit Union in Michigan, to chat about his views on leadership and his “rules” to live by. Scott also talks about the role his faith plays in his life as a leader both in business and in community.
61 minutes | Apr 24, 2019
S2 Ep25: Well Planned Adventures: Jessica Springer, Travel Blogger
Travel is a mindset, and Jessica Springer is an expert in travel and creating itineraries. A successful blogger and IG personality, Jessica is the creator of Well Planned Adventures and in this episode she provides a wealth of information on how to make meaningful connections by building an engaged community. Listen in as Jess talks about her strategy for working with affiliates, collaborating with brands, and creating a brand media kit. If you’re interested in travel and inspired by stories of side hustles, this is the episode for you. Follow Jessica on all platforms @wellplannedadventures
35 minutes | Apr 17, 2019
S2 Ep24: How to Turn Self-Doubt Into Self-Confidence
Call it a confidence rant – but Stacey’s solo in the studio this week to talk about how to combat self-doubt and channel it into something more productive. Stacey provides six strategies on flipping the script on negative inner chatter and quieting the “can’t” voice. With a focus on value and worth, and changing the lens in which you view yourself, Stacey shares personal stories and lessons that she’s learned to acquire genuine self-confidence in a judgmental world.
81 minutes | Apr 10, 2019
S2 Ep23: Who’s in Charge of Your Attitude? – Aaron Perri
Stacey and Angie sit down in the studio with Aaron Perri, Executive Director of “The Fun Stuff” in South Bend, Indiana to talk about commitment to community and selling the benefits of downtown life. Aaron also delves into the topic of failure and how to choose a mindset that views failure as an opportunity. Aaron and the HIH ladies chat about the growth of downtown South Bend and the concept of regionalism and punching above your weight. And with a boss like Mayor Pete Buttigieg, it’s hard not to be excited about South Bend!
133 minutes | Apr 3, 2019
S2 Ep22: Time, Talent, and Treasure: Pat Moody and the Importance of Being a Servant Leader
Stacey and Angie welcome a local superstar into the studio this week, Mr. Pat Moody of “Moody on the Market” and longtime WSJM Morning Drive Time Air Personality. Moody talks about his 46 years of broadcast experience and his commitment to community and the growth of Michigan’s Great Southwest. As a Servant Leader, Moody encourages listeners to be persistent in their pursuit of their passions.
66 minutes | Mar 20, 2019
S2 Ep21: Taboo Table Talk: Relationship Expectations
Stacey and Angie are back in the studio after a couple weeks off…and talking about relationships! The gals chat about expectations for successful relationships, including communication consistency, and even dabble into the Five Love Languages. #HIHPod #HustlinInHeels #NBIStudios
63 minutes | Mar 13, 2019
S2 Ep20: REVISIT- Reinvention: Who Are You and Who Do You Want to Be?
Stacey kicks off Season 2 with a chat about reinvention in all stages of life. From personal to professional, Stacey, Angie, and Jena discuss the topic of “finding yourself” after major life events and how to discover who you are and who you want to be. #HIHPod #hustlininheels #NBIStudios #podcast
49 minutes | Mar 6, 2019
S2 Ep19: REVISIT- Building Your Tribe: Why This Podcast Is For You, Too
Stacey and Angie share a bottle of Bordeaux and talk about what it means to have a “Tribe” and the importance of surrounding yourself with dreamers, doers, and supporters. They also chat about the realities of finding and building a Tribe. And they talk about expanding the tribe to include Hustlers of all shapes, sizes, backgrounds, and shoes. #HIHPod #NBIStudios
69 minutes | Feb 27, 2019
S2 Ep18: Just Get Started: Lindsay Lenard, Founder of Gathr
Stacey and Angie sit down with Lindsay Lenard, the Founder of Gathr – an automated party planning service based in the Chicago area. Lindsay talks about using her entrepreneurial drive to solve a problem – the problem of planning a party when you have a busy life and crazy schedule. Her site offers clients a way to pick and choose the type of party they want to throw, and Lindsay coordinates local vendors to pull it off. Find out more at gathr.in
54 minutes | Feb 20, 2019
S2 Ep17: BONUS: Fire Keepers Memories: From Chicago to Coveney Rd – Starting a Farm From Scratch
Stacey and Pat are joined in the studio by Sean and Alejandra Finn, the owners of Finn’s Steak and Eggs, an organic farm based in Buchanan, Michigan. The Finns talk about their transition from living on the South Side of Chicago and working in the floral industry to finding a home in rural Michigan and starting a farm from scratch. Without any previous farming experience, the Finns have created a thriving business and have learned from Internet research and other farmers at the town’s feed mill.
80 minutes | Feb 13, 2019
S2 Ep16: Tell Your Own Story: Matt Bizoe, Marketing and Events Manager for Krasl Art Center
This week the ladies sit down with Matt Bizoe and talk about the importance of finding the lesson in every situation. Matt shares his background in public relations and graphic design and how being nice to people always pays off. Matt also shares his “coming out” story and how this relates to his mission of spreading kindness. Stacey and Angie can’t wait to visit Krasl Art Center and learn more about art in an approachable way.
56 minutes | Feb 6, 2019
S2 Ep15: BONUS: Fire Keepers Memories: A Maker’s Life – When Art Becomes a Living
Stacey and Pat are joined in the studio by Mathew Thornton, a musician, entrepreneur, and man of continuous re-invention. In this episode, they discuss Mathew’s start as a jingle producer in the Chicago advertising world and weave through his many artistic careers that followed. As one of the “Makers” of Buchanan, Mathew talks about his passion for making a living from creativity and the resurgence of small town life.
88 minutes | Jan 30, 2019
S2 Ep14: BONUS: Fire Keepers Memories: To Israel and Back – The LeMay Family Migration
The ladies are out sick this week, so rather than a Hustlin' In Heels episode, NBI Studios wants to introduce you to a project that Stacey has been working on with her friend Pat. This is Fire Keepers Memories. Stacey and Pat are joined in the studio by two sisters, Monroe and Anna, and their mother Shirley to discuss their experience leaving their life in Michigan to join a Kibbutz in Israel, four days before the Yom-Kippur War. They also talk about what it was like to come back to small town America and transition back into a Midwestern life.
69 minutes | Jan 23, 2019
S2 Ep13: The Story Behind the Image: Beth Anne Anderson, Documentary Photographer
This week Stacey and Angie sit down and chat with Beth Anne Anderson, Owner of Anderson Photography, about the importance of documenting memories and capturing emotions for her clients. Beth Ann provides some entertaining “behind the scenes” tales of wedding photography and talks about her new adventure into the world of professional dance photography for the Harris Theatre in Chicago. Find out more about Beth Ann at baandersonphotography.com.
58 minutes | Jan 16, 2019
S2 Ep12: Leaving His Mark: Zaq Weaver, Tattoo Artist and Podcast Host
This week, Stacey sits down in the studio with fellow NBI Studios Podcast Host, Zaq Weaver of Made Us, to talk about his career as a tattoo artist and side hustle as a podcast host. Stacey and Zaq chat about his journey to becoming a leader in the tattoo industry and how that drive for excellence then carried him into his hobby as a nationally ranked competitive 3 gun shooter. Zaq also discusses the concept behind his podcast and how he’s searching for the inspirational stories of everyday people.
77 minutes | Jan 2, 2019
S2 Ep11: Technical Issues: Audrie Phoenixa, Graphic Designer and Web Developer
This week, Stacey and Angie sit down with artistic genius, Audrie Phoenixa, and chat about the field of web design and graphic arts. Audrie talks about her military background and the transition from working from home to the corporate world. The ladies also talk about privacy concerns and Stacey asks Audrie about some conspiracy theories. #HIHPod #NBIStudios
83 minutes | Dec 26, 2018
S2 Ep10: Taboo Table Talk – It’s Okay to Not Be Okay
Have you ever experienced the pressure to keep it all together? Stacey and Angie sit down with Kelsey Cheyne and Jordan Childress to talk about the culture of the “I’m fine” response. Throughout the many twists and turns of the conversation, the ladies chat about the vulnerability of asking for help and realizing that it’s okay to not be okay. #HIHPod #NBIStudios
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