G&G 118: The Importance of Speaking Beauty Out Loud with Bethany Morris


Episode Sneak Peek:

“I think sometimes when you can’t see the beauty in yourself, it’s a lot easier to just start appreciating beauty around you.”




What's In This Episode?

In this episode, I sat down with Bethany Morris, the founder of The Free Woman, to talk about the importance of speaking beauty out loud. In life. In work. In everything.

Bethany shares about why this was so important for her over the past year as she found herself again and went through some really tough, dark, but transformative month. It's a deep, soulful conversation and Bethany's voice and Australian accent emanate so much beauty, and so does the conversation.


Who's Bethany Morris?

Bethany is the Founder of The Free Woman and is often seen with her iPhone and latte in hand. he's a writer, known for her signature giggle, and s all about living honestly. Celebrating and empowering feminine hearts to lead lives of beauty, goodness and justice in every area of influence is what her heart beats for. If you're ever in Melbourne, Australia, she'd love to have a coffee with you.


“It’s really embracing life where you are and not just hoping for the future or hoping for something down the road. But really appreciating where you are right now.”


Links From This Episode:


The Free Woman on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter

Bethany on Instagram

Grit + Glitter on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube

G&G 117: How Grit and Glitter Has Evolved (and what's next!) with Lauren Frontiera


Episode Sneak Peek:

"So, I will start by telling you that The Grit and Glitter Podcast is no longer going to be. In August, I'm going to be revealing..."




What's In This Episode:

It's finallyyyy here!

In this episode, I'm revealing everything that I've been working on for the past few weeks!! The new name of the podcast. And the other really exciting thing that really was the catalyst for all of these changes.

But before sharing all of that, I want to share with you how Grit and Glitter and has evolved since the very beginning, which was actually 2.5 years ago.

So, let's go back in time a little and then have a party. Because I'm so wildly, insanely excited about what's coming next!


"The diversity that is the real female entrepreneur is absolutely breathtaking."


Links From This Episode:

"Wild" by Cheryl Strayed (psst.. this is an affiliate link, so if you purchase the book or other things using this link, I may get some cash money! thank you!)

Grit + Glitter on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook

G&G 116: Learning to Raise Your Hand and Say Yes with Tiffany Han


Episode Sneak Peek:

"I think it's really easy when we're getting started to veer towards the thing that we're good at because it's safe, rather than the thing that we really want because that's really scary."




What's In This Episode:

In this episode, I sat down with Tiffany Han, writer, speaker, teacher, host of the Raise Your Hand Say Yes podcast, and downright badass human being.

I've been listening to Tiffany's podcast since before launching my own. And I absolutely adore her. There's so much to love about Tiffany, but what I love most is that she's constantly challenging herself to be her best self. And it's a constant journey, for anyone. But Tiffany really embodies that journey on a very public platform and it's really obvious throughout the entirety of her story, which you'll hear all about in this episode.

We talk about Tiffany's life and career pre-Tiffany Han coaching and Raise Your Hand Say Yes - closing her first business, which was never profitable, taking her coaching business full-time while also pregnant with twins, her public commitment to get 100 rejection letters, which led to so much more really good stuff, and #allthethings.

Ready to do the damn thing? This episode is your golden nugget of inspiration!


Who's Tiffany Han?

Hand raiser and yes sayer, Tiffany Han is a writer, speaker, and teacher who helps highly-creative women take bold, inspired action towards the businesses (and lives!) they've been dreaming of. She's the host of the Raise Your Hand Say Yes and How to be Remarkablepodcasts and considers herself the love child of Terry Gross and Don Draper. In addition to all that podcasting, she crafts programs and resources that help female entrepreneurs not only be more successful in their creative business but also as much fun as possible. In her spare time (ha!), she starts as many dance parties as she can with her husband and twin daughters. They live in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her favorite place to hang out online is instagram: @thetiffanyhan


"Figure out a way to celebrate the no. Because we do so much out of fear of rejection or fear of what other people are going to think. So, if you can figure out how to reward the no, then, all of a sudden, if you get a yes, it's a win. If you get a no, it's a win. And so, there's no risk."


"I found myself one day at my non-profit job, where I was a manager and everything was great and I was on this trajectory ... and I had to go lay down in my car in the parking lot because I thought I was having a heart attack..."


Links From This Episode:


Jessica Murnane in episode 53

Jessica Murnane's podcast One Part Podcast

Tiffany's old bog, Live Happy 

100 Rejection Letters

Raise Your Hand, Say Yes Podcast

Elise Blaha Cripe

Brand Crush

How to Be Remarkable Podcast

100 Days of Going Light

Tiffany talking about why she stopped drinking


Tiffany on Instagram and Twitter

Brand Crush on Instagram

"The Alchemist" by Paulo Coehlo (psst.. this is an affiliate link, so if you purchase the book or other things using this link, I may get some cash money! thank you!)