Brief summary of show:
On this week’s podcast episode, Natalie chats with Samantha Ettus, who has devoted her career to advocating and supporting women in the pursuit of their dreams.
In Sam’s quest to help women achieve financial independence, she launched Park Place Payments, a company disrupting the payment processing industry with a new kind of sales force.
Sam co-founded The Los Angeles Women’s Collective, aimed at supporting women to run for office nationally and win. She serves on the advisory board of the Forbes School of Business and Technology. Sam lives in Los Angeles with her husband and three children.
Listen in as Sam and Natalie talk about:
The first steps to take once you acknowledge you’re stuck
Why it’s important for moms to work outside of the home
The inspiration behind launching Park Place Payments
How to continuously learn and grow, and set goals that are aligned
Tips to take back the significance of pivoting and imposter syndrome
Since earning her undergraduate and MBA degrees from Harvard, Sam has become a best-selling author of five books, a renowned speaker and co-host of What’s Her Story With Sam & Amy. Sam’s most recent book is The Pie Life: A Guilt Free Recipe for Success and Satisfaction. She writes a popular weekly work/life newsletter on the same topic.
Sam makes regular national television appearances on shows including NBC News, The Doctors, Access Hollywood, Good Morning America, Dr. Phil and the TODAY Show, among others. She has been featured and quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Inc, Fast Company and Success Magazine. She was the host of leading Internet talk show Obsessed TV, which she created and produced with entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk.