Today I’m pleased to introduce you to Margy Feldhuhn, the CEO of Interview Connections. Today, Margy is bringing us so much deep wisdom on scaling your business into 7-figures and beyond.
I’ve known Margy as a client of Interview Connections and I follow she and her business partner Jessica Rhodes for all their podcasting knowledge and business savviness.
In this episode:
- Margy shares how grief and loss fueled her entrepreneurial journey and led her to co-owning a 7-figure business.
- We discuss how processing your personal trauma and triggers can help you be a better employee, leader, and business owner.
- Lessons of growing from mid-six figures to 7-figures, and now to multi-7-figures.
- What role mindset played.
- How knowing your numbers transforms for your business.
- What role has mentorship and personal development played in the success of Interview Connections
- Margy talks about how Interview Connections changed their program packages to better serve their clients and their bottom line.
- The infamous $2 million ceiling and how to surpass it.
- Margy shares how to leverage podcasting to grow your business and to evolve your brand’s messaging.
Margy is the co-owner and CEO of Interview Connections, the first and leading podcast booking agency. Margy and her business partner Jessica, lead an in-house staff of over 25 full-time employees in their (now virtual) Rhode Island office, and have successfully scaled the agency to multiple 7 figures. Their team of in-house Booking Agents are the podcast powerhouses behind a rapidly growing catalog of hundreds of successful entrepreneurs and businesses including Ali Brown, Paul Ross, JJ Virgin, Aweber, and USA Financial.
Margy joined Interview Connections in 2016 as a contractor, becoming the first employee in 2017 and acquiring 50% equity in the business by 2018. By 2019, she had helped lead the business to its first 7 figure year without any direct marketing or advertising.
In 2021, Margy won First Prize in the Best Podcast category at the Rhode Island International Film Festival for her podcast We Get It, Your Dad Died. When she’s not busy recording her own shows or running the business, Margy is active in animal rescue, organizing a yearly fundraiser called Art for Animals. In 2019, she was recognized for her efforts with a “Humane Heroes” award. She is owned by her 18-year-old cat and 10-year-old toothless Yorkipoo.
“If you’re building a team or stepping into bigger leadership, get the help that you need. It is worth the investment in yourself to be able to show up.” – Margy Feldhuhn
Let’s meet Margy Feldhuhn.