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We are professional butt-kickers. Success Bully is an elite accountability practice dedicated to supporting high performing “Type A”s who are looking to take their great to GREATER. Founded by Keita Williams, this rapidly growing practice develops bespoke 1:1 programs, group coaching programs, online courses and corporate workshops all centered on the powerful tools of goal setting and accountability. We have a coaching methodology (strategic butt-kicking) to help hone focus, create larger i ...
 
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Question of the day. Are you busy or are you impactful? Season 2 Episode 23 of the Success Bully Podcast once again features the amazing Lydia Frank, VP of Content Strategy at Payscale. We discuss one of my favorite topics -- Goal Setting. Lydia offers insights that made me evaluate my goals for the next quarter. You cannot do it all in the next qu…
 
Season 2 Episode 22 of the Success Bully Podcast is dedicated to all of my career climbers and corporate dragon slayers. I am especially thrilled to welcome Lydia Frank, VP of Content Strategy at Payscale. There were several moments during this conversation that I wish I had access to a time machine so that I could go back and coach my younger self…
 
Season 2 Episode 21 of the Success Bully Podcast has a retro feel. If you have been following along since the dawn of time, you know that I use to do solo episodes focused on tips. I am bringing back the most electrifying 8 minutes in podcasting for your enjoyment. We are going into the most challenging part of the year. The Summer Slowdown! It imp…
 
On Season 2 Episode 20 of the Success Bully Podcast, we welcome back the incredible Fran Dunaway, CEO of TomboyX. She shares her fundraising key learnings as well as a leadership lesson that will stick with me indefinitely. To foster creativity and diverse thought with our teams, we have to be comfortable with “Just Enough Friction to Make Things G…
 
Episode 19 of Season 2 of the Success Bully Podcast features the spectacular Fran Dunaway, CEO & Founder of TomboyX. Fran shares with us the TomboyX origin story from a kickstarter to a disruptive underwear juggernaut. She reminds us to embrace those “Rainbow Unicorn Moments” in entrepreneurship and life when the right people and resources magicall…
 
Ambika Singh, CEO & Co-founder of Armoire, a woman’s guilt free closet, once again joins us for Season 2 Episode 18 of the Success Bully Podcast. In “Entrepreneurship is Such a Team Sport,” Ambika shares with us the importance of building a team outside of your business to support you on the journey. We also touch on the importance of being present…
 
Get ready to get in your feels. Ambika Singh, CEO & Co-founder of Armoire, a subscription clothing service so #bossladies can have an endless closet for a fraction of the cost and hassle, joins us for Season 2 Episode 17 of the Success Bully Podcast. In “The Agony & Ecstasy,” Ambika shares with us the addictive nature of entrepreneurship when it co…
 
To build a influential #powertribe, you have to make it a goal to show up! On Season 2 of Episode 16 of the Success Bully Podcast, we have Diane Najm, CEO and Founder of Photopad for Business on the show. She talks about what it takes to cultivate community as an entrepreneur, putting an end date to those down moments, the importance of coaching an…
 
Season 2 Episode 15 of the Success Bully Podcast pays tribute to the “F Word.” Not the one that gets me in trouble, but the other one “Failure.” Diane Najm, CEO and Founder of Photopad for Business, an all inclusive design tool and content marketing platform for businesses to help them easily create multi-channel social media posts with a few simpl…
 
Episode 14 of the Success Bully Podcast is the first of its kind. It’s an “Inception” moment where I am podcasting with the amazing hosts of Microsoft’s WIBT (Women in Tech and Business) podcast Sonia Dara and Colleen O’Brien and I’m a guest on their podcast this week. Prepare yourself. Colleen boldy shares an amazing productivity hack (one of my p…
 
Amplify, Amplify, Amplify! Season 2 Episode 13 of the Success Bully podcast is all about the action. I’m thrilled to once again welcome Ruchika Tulshyan, author of “The Diversity Advantage,” who is also an award-winning inclusion strategist and keynote speaker to the show. Ruchika gets to the heart of the matter how can we support each other as wom…
 
Season 2 Episode 12 of the Success Bully podcast comes fully loaded with all the bells and whistles. I’m thrilled to welcome Ruchika Tulshyan, author of “The Diversity Advantage,” who is also an award-winning inclusion strategist and keynote speaker to the show. In addition to talking actionable items to change the workplace for ALL women, we talk …
 
Season 2 Episode 11, “Lean Into What You Do Know,” was a wowza moment for me. So often, we hesitate to get started out of the fear of what we don’t know rather than embracing our breadth and depth of experiences. I’m excited to welcome Shauna Swerland, CEO & Founder of Fuel Talent and nationally recognized recruiting expert to the show. She shares …
 
In Episode 10 of Season 2 of the Success Bully podcast, we once again harness the power of the interwebs particularly “The Twitters.” Amber Osborne, the CMO of DogHead Simulation and internationally recognized Social Media Influencer who was voted “#2 Most Social CMO” by Forbes encourages us to do a gut check. In “Do Not Take Every Freakin Opportun…
 
In Episode 9 of Season 2 of the Success Bully podcast, we harness the power of the interwebs particularly “The Twitters.” Amber Osborne, the CMO of Doghead Simulations and internationally recognized Social Media Influencer who was voted “#2 Most Social CMO” by Forbes shares her fascinating career arch as well as some useful tips to start, amplify a…
 
We’re talking sales and growth again with Cassandra Gholston (CEO & Co-Founder) and Autum Grimm (CRO & Co-Founder) of PartnerTap, the new online platform for sale professionals to make B2B partnerships, drive growth and get results. In “Missionary to Mercenary,” they share their big vision to grow in their sales cycle from missionaries that educate…
 
In Episode 7 of Season 2 of the Success Bully podcast proudly titled “Sales Cures All,” we welcome a truly dynamic duo to the show. Cassandra Gholston (CEO & Co-Founder) and Autum Grimm (CRO & Co-Founder) of PartnerTap. Cassandra and Autum share how their sales career intersected (in Monte Carlo no less), the importance of collaborative partnership…
 
Season 2 -- Episode 6 of the Success Bully Podcast gives me goosebumps every time I hear it. Excited would be too small a word to describe how I feel about welcoming Leslie Pierson Founder & CEO of GoodHangUps back to the show. In “I’m All in on Things,” Leslie shares how she strategically prepared for The Today Show and then Shark Tank including s…
 
For Episode 5 of Season 2 of the Success Bully Podcast, I am beyond thrilled to welcome Leslie Pierson Founder & CEO of GoodHangUps to the show. In “Everyone is Going to Know It Failed,” she shares her inspiration behind launching the brand. Leslie wanted to model the possibility of failure for her son. The combination of a brilliant idea, her will…
 
We are again talking vaginas, menopause and women’s empowerment with Amy Buckalter, CEO & Founder of Pulse. Pulse is the Nespresso of thoughtfully designed personal lubricant dispensers. Take note. In “You Need a Suitcase of Titanium Seatbelts,” Amy openly shares her experiences with the entrepreneurial roller coaster, raising $7.5M from angel inve…
 
2018 is already proving to be a powerful year. I’m thrilled to welcome Amy Buckalter, Founder & CEO of Pulse to the show. She has an amazing background as a corporate leader, strategist and serial entrepreneur. We talk about vaginas, a deeply personal inspiration spark (known as menopause), and the perfect intersection of the right product at the r…
 
Season 2 Episode 2 of the Success Bully podcast features the amazing Jen Mueller. Jen is a professional broadcaster for the Seattle Seahawks and Mariners, an Expert Talker, an acclaimed author and founder of Talk Sporty to Me (which provides communications skill building programs, resources, and on-site training for individuals and businesses to im…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of the Success Bully Podcast! I’m thrilled to welcome Jen Mueller to the show. Jen is a professional broadcaster for the Seattle Seahawks and Mariners, an Expert Talker, acclaimed author and founder of Talk Sporty to Me, which provides communications skill building programs, resources, and on-site training for individuals and bu…
 
We are moving through #RememberDecember with momentum, style, determination and grace. Episode 41 of the Success Bully Podcast, features my special guest and spirit animal, Britt Provost, Senior Vice President, People & Culture at Apptio. In “We’re All Responsible to Open the Door,” Britt offers her own simple definition of sponsorship -- Opening d…
 
It’s #RememberDecember take a moment to reflect on the amazing things that happened in 2017. My special guest and spirit animal, Britt Provost, Senior Vice President, People & Culture at Apptio reminds us to “Don’t Over Sorry.” When you have a setback, spectacular failure, challenge or extra human moment, no need to overly apologize. Pick yourself …
 
It’s #RememberDecember! Now is time to take a moment to reflect and regroup for a strong 2018. Episode 39 of the Success Bully Podcast features Ruby Love, Co-Founder of Swurveys, who is also a serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, activist, board member, mentor and all around treasure. A single title is simply not enough. In “Some of Those Stones ar…
 
We are wrapping up #NowNovember! I hope in that you are in a state of readiness for a 2018 that your deserve. Episode 38 of the Success Bully Podcast features Ruby Love, Co-Founder of Swurveys, who is also a serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, activist, board member, mentor and all around treasure. A singular title is simply not enough. In “Take a…
 
#NowNovember Now is the time to get started on your goals. Now is the time to move forward. Just because the holiday season is upon us, doesn’t mean that we let up. Once again, I have April Pride founder & CCO of Van Der Pop North America's most recognized female-focused cannabis lifestyle brand. April is perfectly aligned with my theme for Novembe…
 
It’s #NowNovember and I want to remind you that NOW is the time. Don’t wait to get started on your goals for 2018. Episode 36 of the Success Bully Podcast features successful serial entrepreneur and changemaker, April Pride Founder & CCO of Van der Pop. Van der Pop is North America's most recognized female-focused cannabis lifestyle brand. April sh…
 
#NowNovember continues! Now is the time to get started on your goals for 2018. Episode 35 of the Success Bully Podcast features the awesome Connie Maynard, President of JAG Jeans. “Nobody is Going to Invite You the Party,” Connie shares her philosophy to be a strong intraprenuer, entrepreneur, and individual. You simply can’t wait for someone to cr…
 
It’s #NowNovember! Now is the time to get started on your goals for 2018. Episode 34 of the Success Bully Podcast features the amazing Connie Maynard, President of JAG Jeans. Connie shared a gem with me so powerful that it is a new lens to evaluate priorities, goals and next steps. In “I Live by the 3Cs” -- Connie spells it all out Communication, C…
 
#NewYearsInOctober has been a blast and time to refocus. Episode 33 of the Success Bully Podcast, “The Quiet Weights We Bear as Entrepreneurs,” is a mini MBA. Roz Edison COO and Co-founder of Marination, the home of Hawaiian Korean Cuisine at four locations in the greater Seattle area, shares her very realistic and efficient approach to managing em…
 
The #NewYearsInOctober momentum keeps rolling along. I am excited to finish and start strong. Roz Edison, COO and Co-founder of the Seattle-based Marination family of restaurants, joins me for some spirited business and life insights. In Episode 32 of the Success Bully Podcast lovingly titled “The Spreadsheets Started Flowing,” Roz (a self-describe…
 
It’s #NewYearsInOctober and we’re officially in the final quarter of the year and I want to push you to get a jump on your 2018 goals. Episode 31 of the Success Bully Podcast features the incomparable Laura Jennings CEO of Knack. In “I Went Big Right Out of the Gate,” Laura shares experience of pitching a well-known, high visibility VC first and he…
 
We’re officially in the final quarter of the year and I want to push you to get a jump on your 2018 goals. We’re kicking off a new series called #NewYearsInOctober that will feature inspiring guests to get you started. Episode 30 of the Success Bully Podcast features the incomparable Laura Jennings CEO of Knack. In “You Need to Be Brave,” Laura sha…
 
In Episode 29 of the Success Bully Podcast, my special guest and nerd cosmetics phenom Jaimie Cordero gives incredible insights on leadership. As the CEO and Glitter Jedi of Espionage Cosmetics, Jaimie has clearly defined the difference between being bossy and being a boss. Leadership is learned and it takes commitment to be worth following. You ha…
 
Episode 28 is a recalibration moment for us all. My featured guest the amazing and relentless Jaimie Cordero CEO and Glitter Jedi of Espionage Cosmetics nudges us all to up level our thinking. In “I Don’t Have Small Dreams Period”, Jaimie has a measured determination when it comes to her vision and commitment to grow her company from her spare room…
 
Episode 27 features a main character in my own Success Bully origin story. My guest is my personal butt-kicker, friend, co-conspirator and #powetribe member, Megan McNally. As the founder of the F Bomb Breakfast Club, Founder & Principal Attorney of Doyenne Legal and now the CEO of Rhea Media, Megan encourage us to take a moment to be introspective…
 
Episode 26 is truly an inspiring full-circle moment for me. My guest is my personal butt-kicker, friend, co-conspirator and #powetribe member, Megan McNally. As the founder of the F Bomb Breakfast Club Founder, Principal Attorney of Doyenne Legal and now the CEO of Rhea Media, Megan declared that 2017 was “My Year to Not Give a F**k.” Meaning she h…
 
We are wrapping up #ActionAugust! In Episode 25, my guest Rian Buckley CEO and Co-founder of Fitcode, a fashion data company that enhances the denim shopping experience by focusing on fit, not size brings it again. She encourages us all with great fervor to “Grind When No One Is Looking” Before she became a powerhouse CEO, Rian was an elite athlete…
 
In Episode 24 of the Success Bully podcast, we get into it for #AugustAction. My phenomenal guest Rian Buckley CEO and co-founder of Fitcode, a fashion data company that enhances the denim shopping experience by focusing on fit, not size, does not mince her words when it comes to what she wants. While scaling her fashion tech startup and weighing i…
 
On this week’s episode of the Success Bully Podcast, we revisit bonus content from a series featuring two amazing Boss Ladies. Amy Nelson, Co-founder & CEO of The Riveter and Tina Nole Founder and Executive Producer of Larj Media. As an entrepreneur, I’m often so focused on that journey that I forget to harken back to my corporate days. In honor of…
 
We are excited to continue to move with momentum for #AugustAction! In this episode, we’re tapping into another type of fear. We often have well thought-out solutions if we fail. What about the other side of the coin? What happens if you succeed? I’m thrilled to have Makenzie Davies and Kelsey Dixon, the founders of Davies + Dixon (a bi-coastal dig…
 
In this week’s Success Bully podcast, We’re excited to kick off another series. #AugustAction! This month is all about putting action towards your Big Hairy Audacious Goal. I’m thrilled to have the founders of Davies + Dixon Makenzie Davies and Kelsey Dixon as guests. Davies+ Dixon is a bi-coastal digital Marketing and brand communication agency. K…
 
We’re rounding out our #JulyJumpstart series with the phenomenal Sarah Blankinship CEO & Founder of RightSciences. In this episode, Sarah gives a heaping spoonful of truth, “Hope is not a Strategy.” Hope is simply not enough for entrepreneurs, female founders, goal driven individuals, visionaries and badass alike. It’s all about daily actions that …
 
We’re more than halfway through the #JulyJumpstart series. I happen to listen to my own podcasts and I will say I keep coming back to this series for a shot in the arm. In Episode 19 of the Success Bully Podcast, Sarah Blankinship, CEO of Right Science and Co-Founder of CEO Wattage shares a personal mantra that is near and dear to her heart. She ha…
 
The #JulyJumpstart continues with more mic drops from Sarah Blankinship, CEO of Right Science and Co-Founder of CEO Wattage. In Episode 18 of the Success Bully Podcast, we are challenged yet again. Sarah shares her experiences pitching investors, preparing and winning pitch competitions and her desire for each of us (small business owners, founders…
 
It’s never too late to “#StartTheThing.” We’re kicking off a series called the #JulyJumpstart. While most people would lean into the lazy days of summer, we here at Success Bully encourage you to start on new goals or recommit to your plans in progress. In Episode 17 #StartTheThing of the Success Bully Podcast, we have a special guest. In this seri…
 
In this week’s Success Bully podcast, I give you some tips to pull you back from the edge of illogical despair. I’m going to share snippets of actual conversations with real people that I had in the past week. Their names and storylines have been changed to protect their identities (I have always wanted to say that). I’m fairly certain we have all …
 
In Episode 15 of the Success Bully podcast, I would like to nudge you gently out of your warm cave of comfort. Literally, all of the magic, excitement, change, development, and growth lies in your discomfort. I know that sounds a bit squishy and possibly metaphysical, but it’s true. Whether you’re a founder scaling a kickass business, a junior staf…
 
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