Have you ever felt tired of talking and talking and promoting that thing you’re really good at… because the thing you’re really passionate about is on the tip of your tongue but you’re too afraid to voice it aloud?

Or better yet, have you ever censored yourself from posting something or piping up in a conversation because you discarded your thoughts as important enough?

This is something that dawned on me a few months back at a conference. There aren’t enough loud, proud, female entrepreneurs that are sharing their voice with the world. 

That’s why I had to bring Maggie Frank-Hsu back to the podcast for another interview. Maggie is a copywriter and writing coach for entrepreneurs. We had a deep discussion on finding your voice and latching on to your big idea.

We get into what Maggie does to help clients find their big idea. She talks about overcoming the wrestling match of what you should do and what you actually want to do.

Maggie and I talk about how finding her own voice has impacted her. She also shares her experience of writing her book, Be About Something, which will be releasing in June of this year. 

On this episode we talk about:

  • What Maggie’s done in her career as a copywriter and writing coach
  • How she’s found her own voice in her business
  • Why it became important for Maggie to pivot to this in her business
  • Her belief about finding your voice and your big idea
  • The wrestling match between what you should do and what you want to do
  • Her advice on how to start finding your voice
  • How she’s overcome imposter syndrome and her inner mean girl
  • Giving power to the feelings that you have
  • How finding her voice has impacted her personally and professionally
  • Maggie’s book process and what it’s going to be about

About Maggie Frank-Hsu:

I’m Maggie Frank-Hsu, an email strategist and copywriter who works with moms who are entrepreneurs. I’ve spent my career helping my employers and my clients seize the attention of their audiences and move them to action via the written word. I’ve always been a writer, and I received my Master’s degree from Columbia School of Journalism and worked for national magazines like Gourmet, Martha Stewart and ESPN the Magazine. Then I spent the next 10 years building online audiences that grew to over a million visitors a month. 

I combine those two sides of my expertise—writing and strategy—to help business owners turn their subscribers into people who love to get marketing emails.

Connect with Maggie:

Website | Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn

About Marketing Magic:

The Marketing Magic podcast is where women entrepreneurs trying to do all the things come to get inspiration, business strategy, and on-air coaching on how to get their business noticed and growing. If you have a business that people need to know about in order for it to grow, you’re in the right place. This is the place to uncomplicate your marketing. Be sure to listen, subscribe, and leave a review! Join the conversation of other unapologetically successful women in her Facebook community, The #girlboss Club.