Be Bold, Be Brave, Be YOU!

Join entrepreneur and mom-of-four Colleen Mook as she explores how to create the life you want (even if things aren't easy). Colleen is founder and former CEO of Internet retailer Baby Be Hip, she's a winner of several business awards, and she's a public speaker and has appeared on The Today Show and various other media. Tune in for tips and hacks, stories, interviews and more as she entertains and motivates.
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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 31, 2016

This week's episode features an interview with Ceil DiGuglielmo, Colleen's podcast accountability partner and owner of a custom sewing business called Sew Much More. Ceil shares great perspective as a wife, mom, business owner and so much more, having learned lessons through multiple life challenges. She talks with Colleen about overcoming her fears and creating a life of service on her terms.

Oct 28, 2016

In this week's quick random riff, Colleen discusses the power of patience and persistence in getting what you want, and talks about a recent breakthrough with her daughter Ellie. Sometimes just plugging away is the best way, and often the reward ends up being a nice surprise.

Oct 24, 2016

In this week's interview episode Colleen speaks with Alicia Marie, a remarkable woman with a wealth of perspective and knowledge. Alicia Marie shares wisdom gained from her extraordinary experiences and shares a ton of tips and lessons she uses as a personal and business coach for her company, People Biz Inc. Listen in, and be prepared to get inspired and kick it into another gear!

Here is the video that Alicia's son, Winston, put together for her grandson's memorial.  It is truly incredible and powerful. 

To learn more about Alicia and People Biz, Inc, click here

Full show notes and images on this episode with Alicia Marie can be found here on Colleen's website, . 

Oct 20, 2016

In this week's riff, Colleen talks about her family's decision to put the devices DOWN and pay attention to each other, an action often accompanied by the catchy refrain from that old Stephen Stills song. Go ahead, try not to sing it!

Oct 17, 2016

This week's interview show features Lynne Getz, mom of three and host of Mom to Mom TV. Lynne talks with Colleen about her experience as a special needs parent, and how she learned to let go of guilt and prioritize herself for the benefit of her children. Her story offers terrific perspective on reclaiming one's identity and living true to oneself. "You can, you should, and if you're brave enough you will."

Oct 13, 2016

In this week's solo episode, Colleen wrestles with the heavy issue of intonation and then drops some wisdom about trying new things. She points out that we seem less curious and less willing to get out of our comfort zone as we get older, but being open-minded and experimenting can enhance our lives in ways we wouldn't expect. 

Oct 10, 2016

This week's interview episode features Christa Hayburn, a leadership coach and mom of three who's a former Philadelphia police officer. Christa shares how she was able to overcome growing up around substance abuse and domestic violence as well as sexual assault on the police force to become a confident leader. Being radically honest allowed her to overcome her fear of being vulnerable and rewrite her story. Listen in as she and Colleen dive deep into Christa's past and pass along lessons and tips we can all use to author our own stories.

Oct 6, 2016

In this week's solo riff, Colleen shares seven business lessons she learned from her special needs daughter Ellie. Despite never having said a word, Ellie has been one of Colleen's greatest teachers. Listen in, as the takeaways from this episode are sure to help us all, whether in business or everyday life.  

Oct 3, 2016

In this week's interview episode, Colleen speaks with Emily Morgan, founder and CEO of Delegate Solutions. Emily shares her perspective on thinking big and maximizing your capabilities, and provides advice and tips for finding clarity and getting on your way.