041 - Don't Podfade - Phoebe Mroczek: How You Do One Thing is How You Do Everything

Guest: Phoebe Mroczek of Unbecoming Podcast and New To (Austin) Podcast

Topics: Podcasting, the business of podcasting, entrepreneurs, consulting, brain picking (ugh), commitment, intimacy through audio content

Phoebe Mroczek hosts Unbecoming Podcast and New To Podcast (a show about moving to Austin)

Phoebe Mroczek hosts Unbecoming Podcast and New To Podcast (a show about moving to Austin)

Hear Phoebe and Emily discuss:

Phoebe Mroczek:


Phoebe Mroczek is a podcaster and marketing strategist who helps online entrepreneurs create a profitable business that is an honest reflection of who they are and what they want most.

ABOUT Phoebe:

She is the host of Unbecoming, a podcast and nationally-syndicated radio show that helps entrepreneurs release the judgments and beliefs holding them back from living a more meaningful life. Her show reaches 350,000+ listeners per month from 40+ countries, 16 AM/FM stations in 20 cities nationwide and across 20 Internet platforms.

She built and ran a six-figure online marketing business for several years before realizing that her real passion was in helping entrepreneurs amplify their message and have a greater impact by being more of themselves.

Phoebe believes that while what we do in the world is important, we’re meant to do so much more in life than just work. As an curious explorer and recovering perfectionist, she’s traveled to 65 countries on 6 continents, been cage diving with great white sharks, camped in the Serengeti and motorbiked across 15 countries in Europe.

Phoebe in the news:

Woman to Watch: Phoebe Mroczek

019 - Marketing Yourself (Interview with Kristen Knepper)

Kristen Knepper from Work Like a Girl interviewed me about how to market yourself. We covered some of the challenges we face as women, especially young women, when trying to market ourselves to advance our careers or build our personal brands.

You can watch the full interview here.

COMING SOON: Tune in next week for my upcoming interview with Kiki L’Italien about Voice Marketing with Amazon Alexa.


  1. What's the resistance to marketing oneself for most people?

  2. Why do women in particular resist "marketing" themselves at work?

  3. I notice women being modest on their resumes/cover letters (e.g., "worked on team that created" rather than "created"). What advice would you give a woman who thinks she's not truthful or bragging when speaking boldly?

  4. Can personal aspects enhance the professional brand? Should they?

  5. Self sacrifice and giving to others is a feminine ideal, but many women compete with one another at work. Why is this?


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