Sep 3, 2020

I am so honoured that leading digital marketing strategist, educator, and entrepreneur, Molly Pittman, agreed to join me for this episode of our Millionaire Mindset series. 

Molly is not only an amazing human being but she has trained more than 20,000 people across the globe and has helped students do everything from get positions at Fortune 500 companies to quadrupling their revenue in one month.

We talk about how Molly got started in digital marketing (without a laptop!) and how she has navigated being a successful female in a male-dominated industry. She shares how she allowed herself to be in her feminnine energy, the shifts it took and the impacts it has had on her reaching for more.

This is such an amazing conversation and the timing of it couldn’t be better.   

More About Molly

By the age of 24, Molly had risen from being an intern to a vice president at an 8-figure digital marketing company. Now running her own business, she offers her students marketing resources, training and support usually reserved for top 100 agencies through her and

For more than 200 episodes, she served as the co-host of the Perpetual Traffic podcast which has been downloaded more than 5 million times. Molly has also appeared on stages across the globe including Traffic & Conversion Summit and Social Media World. Her forthcoming book, Click Happy, was released this May.

Listen to Episode 183 below:

What We Talk About In This Episode:

  • How Molly’s response to a Craigslist ad kick-started her journey in digital media
  • Being female in a male-dominated industry 
  • The pivotal moment when Molly realized her value 
  • Recognizing the need for feminine energy in a leadership role 
  • Allowing herself to be in her feminine energy and the shifts it took  
  • The importance of boundaries to protect and manage your mental and physical health
  • Identifying the causes of stress and mitigating the impacts
  • Delegation and trusting your team
  • How to stay in the game long term and not burn out
  • Building company culture
  • Making space to be creative as CEO and transitioning out of the ‘doing’
  • The importance of rest for longevity
  • Moving away from the ‘hustle and grind’ culture

Things We Mention In This Episode:

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