Lessons From the Stories of One Red Lipstick – Episode #50

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Today I have not one, but 3 incredible women on the show. They are the women behind the One Red Lipstick Project. It’s a movement that I have been a part of for awhile, and I wanted to bring them on today to share the project.

We all need role models, and thanks to Spenser Chapple, we now have them. Spenser Chapple is a twenty-four year old woman on a mission to find role models, and as a result of a Kickstarter campaign launched the One Red Lipstick project (a book and documentary) to showcase the resiliency of women. Spenser started the project after a family tragedy, and today you get to hear all about it first hand. We have Spenser Chapel, Fay Chappel, and Anne Day with us today. They are the fabulous ladies behind the One Red Lipstick Project!

Listen To The Full Interview:

“You get up, put on your red lipstick & get on w/ it, no matter what.” @oneredlipstick Click To Tweet

What You’ll Learn From This Episode:

  • Why they used Kickstarter
  • What made their campaign successful
  • Why the visual part of a campaign is so important.
  • Video is key to gaining momentum
  • Telling the story visually is so important
  • If you have a great idea and a little support, you can make it work
  • They build relationships around a story, rather than a transactional relationship
  • The type of mentors that the younger generation needs to be successful
  • What the older generation drives the younger generation crazy
  • Why the journey trumps the experience
  • When the book launches and what’s significant about that day
  • The vision for the ORL movement
  • Why it’s important to share the ORL stories
  • The feedback Spenser has received from her peer group about the project
  • The legacy that each of the ladies would like to leave

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