Mar 6, 2023
This week Ivy Slater, host of Her Success Story, chats with her guest, Susan Harrow. The two celebrate Women’s History Month and talk about sharing your story with integrity and spirit, and the career she built in preparing her clients for the spotlight to create real results in their businesses.
In this episode, we discuss:
What lessons she has learned from studying martial arts, and how it translates to the rest of her life
Why it’s so important to know what the audience connects with in your story, and how to be sure that it’s helping people
How Susan’s journey began, and led her to help others to be well-spoken
What she does to prepare her clients for the spotlight to create real results in their businesses
How to step into positive vulnerability, and understand “mistakes” as a fresh and new insight into your humanity
Susan’s inspiring take on the audience as a “community on your side”
Why she says that you shouldn’t memorize your content, and how to tell the same story with a different point and a different epiphany
How neuroscience, mindfulness, and relaxation come into play in Susan’s media training, and what it does for the confidence, competence, and visibility
What advice she has for us on our path toward the growth spurt that catapults us to our greatness
Susan Harrow (PRSecrets.com) is a media
trainer, marketing strategist + author of the best-selling book,
Sell Yourself Without Selling Your Soul® (HarperCollins).
For 32 years she has helped thousands of CEOs, entrepreneurs +
thought leaders worldwide shine on Oprah, 60 Minutes, The Today
Show, Time, GMA, Fresh Air, Marketplace, NPR, CNN, NYT, WSJ, Wired,
Forbes, Inc., Vogue, Parade, etc.—without selling their soul. Her
course, The Zen of Fame: Your Genius Gone Viral™ shows people how
to promote themselves with integrity + spirit.
What you might not know is she's a black belt in Aikido + was almost sold into slavery for 10 camels + a mule. She has been featured, quoted, or profiled in: The New York Times, USA Today, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, The Christian Science Monitor, Inc., CNN, Advertising Age, Woman’s Day, Ladies’ Home Journal, Women’s Wear Daily, Entrepreneur, Salon Magazine, Pink, the San Francisco Chronicle, The Orlando Sentinel, and Investor’s Business Daily, and on CNBC, NPR, and national/syndicated TV and radio including the CNBC special, The Oprah Effect. She is known as “The Go-To Girl” for getting on Oprah.