Today on the podcast we talk with entrepreneur, business builder, marketing strategist and femtech expert Rachel Braun Scherl about why women’s health is taboo in corporate America and how women can find their leadership voice.
5 Fundamental business principles from Rachel:
Rachel shared lots of great advice on what’s made her successful.
#1 Keep your nose clean
#2 Don’t burn any bridges on the way up.
#3 Delivering services on time and on budget
#4 Being a leader who’s word means something
#5 Delivering good work
Listen to the full episode now!
About Rachel Braun Scherl:
Rachel is bold and savvy. A growth strategy consultant, marketing expert and sought-after public speaker, she was dubbed the first ‘Vagipreneur’ after she successfully started her own female health and wellness company, creating a new category in the process. A champion for women’s health, Rachel has passionately focused on driving the conversation on the business of women’s sexual and reproductive health. She works on femtech and sextech businesses from women “from the tops of their heads to the tips of their toes.” Rachel is regularly featured at leadership and entrepreneurship events at colleges, universities, corporations and conferences, including SXSW, CES, Stanford University Graduate School of Business, The Fuqua School at Duke University, Yale School of Management, Rutgers University, Barnard College, Johnson & Johnson, AbbVie, and BCG, among others.
Learn more: Dadpreneur Podcast profile for Rachel or visit Rachel’s website
Check out Rachel’s best-selling book!
Orgasmic Leadership: Profiting from the Coming Surge in Women’s Sexual Health and Wellness on her website!
Learn about the amazing entrepreneurs and Vagipreneurs creating products and services that women need and the creative ideas they are using to bring them to market. Discover what is happening in the female health education space, new business models and companies offering solutions AND making a huge social impact. And all of this is coming directly from the mouths and brains of the people on the front lines making things happen.