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The Classy Career Girl Podcast

Welcome to The Classy Career Girl Podcast, hosted by Anna Runyan, founder and CEO of Classy Career Girl, named by Forbes as one of the top 35 most influential career sites of 2014. On this podcast, you’ll find a variety of training sessions, expert interviews, behind the scenes audios, action reports, inspiring success stories from our members, presentations I have given as well as audios that I record originally just for this podcast.

Aug 19, 2019

When Anna was working in finance, she realized she was not doing work that fulfilled her. But she could blog for hours and hours and never get bored. She also loved teaching and training finance, but not doing finance. So she knew she needed to learn more and head in the direction of teaching and training.


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Aug 12, 2019

Now we will discuss how to create the life you want and 4 keys to help you take care of yourself and improve your mindset. 

4 Keys to Create the Life You Want

Key 1: Batching

Categorize your time into three categories, 1) Focus 2) Administrative 3) Sacred time. Create time in your calendar to batch similar activities...

Aug 5, 2019

If your career and life was a perfect 10, where are you today in every aspect of your life?

My courses are not just about your career, but I also have a big life aspect to it because as women our careers and lives are just so intertwined, I know mine is. If I am happy at work, I am happy at home.

I talk with so many...

Jul 29, 2019

A Classy Career Girl makes goals and a plan that inspires her in her mindset, money, life, and career dreams. She strives for living her best life.

Success - Taking the stress out of sticking to goals and making a plan that inspires you.

Story: Writing down your goals. And looking at those goals every single day. Make...

Jul 22, 2019

Striving for perfection is actually one of those things you think would be a great strength, but it can be negative, especially when managing men who don’t have the same concern for perfection. After my male boss told me not to be perfect, I realized that men don’t strive for perfection like women often do.