406: Get seen by the right people with Ashley Crouch
In the episode you will hear about:
- Chris and Lori’s course, Become Aligned
- How Ashley began to heal from an eating disorder
- Why Ashley co-founded the first no-Photoshop fashion magazine
- How Ashley takes daily action to rewire her brain
- How we are more than our bodies
- How Ashley views fashion as an expression of self and a chance to make an impact
- How we all have a message to share
- How to craft your unique headline
- Read: Unknown To Unforgettable: How To Stop Playing Small, Land National Media Attention, And Position Yourself As A Power Player
From a small town in Arkansas to the magazine industry of New York. In this conversation Ashley Crouch and I chat about fashion, how she healed from an eating disorder and how much her concept of beauty has changed along the way. She also shares amazing tips on how to hone in on your message and craft a unique headline that will work for national media, top stages, TED talks and beyond.
- What was going on in your mind when you were a teenager with an eating disorder?
- What does it look like to love ourselves every day?
- How do we get out the door when we are wearing something we really want to wear but it doesn’t feel like us yet?
- What is something we can do in our professional life to make ourselves unforgettable?
- How do we really get out there and stay true to our message, even when people are telling us that our message needs to be different, we’re not good enough, we don’t have enough followers or there’s not enough interest in that category?
Ashley Crouch is the founder of Appleseed Communications and an award-winning visibility strategist who lands her clients in the most coveted outlets in the country. Every client served helps support a woman business owner in 21 resource-poor nations, such as the Philippines, Kenya, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Cambodia. She is also the author of the #1 International Bestselling Book, Unknown To Unforgettable: How To Stop Playing Small, Land National Media Attention, And Position Yourself As A Power Player. In 2011 her desire to broaden the definition of beauty led her be on the founding team of Verily, the first fashion magazine for women that did not use Photoshop.