Press & Podcast Appearances
Baily Hancock joins Carol Cox to talk about how you can collaborate with well-aligned communities to grow your business and expand your reach.
Baily Hancock is a Career and Business Strategist who teaches people how to collaborate with their community to achieve their goals, in business, their career, and life in general.
"You should think about your career in one-year increments," says Baily. "By doing this, it enables you to focus on only the next couple of steps ahead of you." She explains, "We’re far less likely to feel overwhelmed when we consider not what we’re going to do with our entire life, but instead, what we’re going to do in the next 365 days."
Baily Hancock joins Luke Nesler on the Attention Equals Dollars Podcast to explain her goal-setting and achieving formula that she refers to as The 1-Year Career.
Today Baily Hancock joins us on Self Made Millennial to tell us how she has been able to make career pivots, and pitch them in her resume and interviews as a STRENGTH. She has demystified the career change process and broken it down into 5 steps to launch you towards your dream job.
Collaboration Consultant, Baily Hancock shares how people can can leverage their community to achieve not only their goals for their business, but also their goals in life.
When do you know it's time to move on in your career? In this episode Baily will share how she got to where she is now and how her story relates to your professional journey.
This month our members were given access to the expertise of Baily Hancock, Collaboration Expert. Baily has worked with General Assembly, Bossladies Magazine, LEVO League, Warner Brother, and more, including StartUp FASHION! She shared so much with our members that I wanted to share a little bit of it with you, our blog readers.
We discuss why employers should embrace "The 1-Year Career" philosophy, working with their employees to create a company culture that emphasizes transparency and individualized professional development plans.
THE KENDRICK SHOPE SHOW - GET A JOB YOU LOVE WITH BAILY HANCOCK
It’s boss lady Monday and boss lady Baily Hancock dropped by to share her 3 step process to get out of a job you hate and into work and a life you love.
Baily Hancock firmly believes that if more people were happy in their jobs, the world would be a much better place. She travels the world preaching the gospel of attaining career satisfaction to anyone who needs it (hint – it’s everyone.)
Recently I was asked, "What motivates you? Why are you always so interested in trying new things when it comes to EDP, pushing yourself, etc.?" Which I thought was a very interesting question. It's just me... that's how I've always been. So I started to think truly about what motivates me and ways that I stay motivated which led me to ask some of my fellow boss babes how they stay motivated.
Baily shares the story of her career adventures while also giving great advice on how to start moving towards roles and industries we are curious about. She also shares the perfect reminder for anyone career searching (or thinking about career searching): you do not need to figure out your whole career, just focus on the next move.
We asked Collaboration Consultant Baily Hancock for her essential steps to embracing your life as a Multi-Passionate without feeling totally overwhelmed.
When you're just starting out, your numbers are typically low across the board –followers, subscribers, sales – you name it. But you need to leverage what you've got and be smart about the brands your align yourself with. Enter Baily Hancock, Collaboration Consultant and professional friend-maker. She finds the right brands for you to partner with, builds those relationships, and creates opportunities for cross promotion so that everybody wins. And while you might feel like you don't have much to offer as a newbie, Baily will gladly show you otherwise.
We asked Baily Hancock for a quick convo to find out how she got into the business of inspiring collaboration and how she stays true to her goals.
Sure, you can always pay people to do things. You can buy followers, run Facebook ads, or pay someone to deliver your ice cream just so you don't have to put on pants. But when you're running your own business, you've got to make every dollar count. Enter Baily Hancock. She's the friendly face and boss lady behind Collaboration Consulting. She's amazing with people – the kind of amazing that makes you feel like you've been sharing your Lunchables with her your whole life, even though you just met her in line at the gas station. She's a natural connector, teacher, speaker, and networker. So it comes as no surprise that she's also a pro at building business partnerships.
"I've personally stayed at jobs far longer than I should have because I cared so deeply about my coworkers," Baily says. "Forty hours a week is more than I see any one of my best friends, so if you're lucky enough to work with people you really care about, that's a wonderful situation."
Baily is a true teacher and firm believer in living your best life and helping people make the most of their lives. This episode is sure to incite the entrepreneur in us all and leave you thinking, is it time to lose my mind?
danielle laporte's empire mastermind podcast - COLLABORATION IS THE NEW COMPETITION with BAILY HANCOCK
Victoryia Bobbitt, President of Danielle LaPorte, Inc talks with Collaboration Consultant, Baily Hancock on using partnerships to grow your business.
“The key to defining a successful work routine is to make sure it fits your personal work style. Everyone is productive by doing various tasks at different times of the day, so it shouldn't be a one-size-fits-all approach," Baily says. "Whatever your most productive hours are, be sure your team (and boss) are on the same page so they know what to expect from you when."
“Everyone has a unique set of wants and needs in their careers, so what might seem like an amazing job could be a terrible fit for you. It’s important to align your core motivators to a company culture, since it’s that combination of motivators that make one company right for one person but awful for another,” Baily says.
"The entrepreneur is definitely glamorized as a rock star these days,” says Baily. “But the media doesn’t talk about all of the start ups that fail. There are so many sources out there telling people to start their own business, but there aren’t enough people saying ‘Hey, it’s totally fine to not be your own boss."