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Women inspire me every single day. Their tenacity, wit, enthusiasm, power and grace have provided the world with amazing businesses that have transformed industries. Her Success Story is a podcast that allows these impactful and fascinating women to share their success journey with the world. Their triumphs, along with their failures. Their lessons, along with their leadership. And their determination to follow their dreams. Listen in each week as we talk to women in fashion, coaching, corporate, legal and so much more.

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Apr 16, 2018

Joanna L. Krotz
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Joanna L. Krotz is an author and founder of The Woman’s Playbook platform and podcasts, a deep dive into the challenges and triumphs of women in business, as well as Muse2Muse Productions, a boutique custom content provider. She has covered women’s changing terrain at such outlets as MSN,, Town&Country and Money Magazine. Her latest book is: Being Equal Doesn’t Mean Being the Same: Why Behaving Like a Girl Can Change Your Life and Grow Your Business.

In this episode Joanna shares:

  • Why she went into media and her ultimate goal
  • Why she’s eager to bring men into the conversation around women in business
  • The data that no one was pulling that she had a hand in creating
  • The amazing revelation she came to when starting a new position
  • What being in charge of her own destiny taught her and inspired her to do
  • The meaning of “being equal doesn't mean being the same”
  • Why people have a warped sense of the meaning of diversity
  • The movements she didn’t see coming that have made a huge impact

And Joanna gives her thoughts on why she’s very encouraged by the next generation of women and what they will do to move this country forward.