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Work From Your Happy Place with Belinda Ellsworth

English, Finance, 1 seasons, 639 episodes, 6 days 19 hours 56 minutes
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Work From Your Happy Place is the podcast that equips you with the tools, know-how, and motivation to live your dreams and find your happy place. Entrepreneur, Best Selling Author, Speaker, Trainer, Consultant and Podcaster, Belinda Ellsworth brings you conversations with others who have found their happy place in work and in life.
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Taking Action and Continuous Improvement: Keys to Thriving as an Artist with Josh Pele

Today’s episode features an interview with award-winning magician and mentalist Josh Pele, who shares his origin story and journey in the industry. He emphasizes the significance of saying yes to opportunities and networking to secure more gigs. The importance of finding one's niche and combining talent with business skills is highlighted. Belinda and Josh discuss the need to say yes and no in order to succeed, as well as the importance of engaging with one's fan base and making decisions to achieve success. Chapters-[00:50] Belinda asks Josh to share their journey into magic, which started three years ago on a plane to Italy.[02:26] Josh discusses their evolution in the field, from performing on the streets of Milan to working in New York City and doing shows for celebrities.[02:52] Josh attributes their success to always saying yes to opportunities and learning as they go.[04:12] Josh talks about their journey as a magician, starting with re
29/01/202436 minutes 4 seconds
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Top 10 Business Mistakes Series - The Importance of Bookkeeping

In this episode of the podcast Belinda discusses the importance of having a good bookkeeping system in business. She emphasizes that bookkeeping is not only important for tax purposes, but also for understanding the true profit of the business and managing expenses. Belinda shares her personal experiences of hiring a bookkeeper and the consequences of not keeping a close eye on expenses.About the Host - Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and Podcaster She has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful companies, she has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make better decisions, create successful systems, and build business strategies using her "Four Pillars of Success" system. Belinda has always had a passion and zest for life with the skill for turning dreams into reality. How to Connect with Belinda:Facebook -<a href="htt
29/01/202414 minutes 4 seconds
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Getting Out of Your Head with Brian Sachetta

Brian Sachetta is the author and owner of Get Out of Your Head®, a brand and book series that seeks to help folks overcome anxiety and depression.By trade, Brian is a software developer. He combines his experiences in the tech world with previous mental health battles to draw parallels between computer systems and the human mind and give readers practical strategies for evading their own psychological demons.Brian currently has two books on the market, “Get Out of Your Head: A Toolkit for Living with and Overcoming Anxiety” and “Get Out of Your Head Vol. 2: Navigating the Abyss of Depression.” His mission is to help as many sufferers as possible through not only those books but also his blog and podcast appearances.Since high school / college, my career has been mostly: software development from 9-5 (combination of FT jobs, freelance projects, and starting a few small companies / apps with friends), then writing on nights and weekends.I enjoy b
29/01/202446 minutes 5 seconds
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Building a Supportive Team and Making a Positive Impact in the Toy Industry

Risa Schwartzman, president and founder of Gridley Games and Cape Construction, discusses her background and involvement in the toy industry, focusing on educational STEM games. She emphasizes the importance of experiential learning and creating products that appeal to both boys and girls. Risa shares her superpowers of having a positive mindset, passion, and fearlessness in trying and failing. She also discusses how she navigates running two businesses and offers tips for parents to engage their children in learning experiences. Additionally, the transcript features an unknown speaker who discusses the challenges of being a small entrepreneur in the toy business and strategies for reaching the target market. They define working from their happy place as finding joy and meaning in everything they do and offer advice to aspiring entrepreneurs. Gridley Games is highlighted, mentioning their new products and where they can be found.Get to Know Reisa-Reisa Schwartz
18/01/202427 minutes 39 seconds
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Top 10 Business Mistakes Series - Not Focusing on the Main Thing

In this episode, Belinda Ellsworth discusses the eighth mistake people make in their work, which is not focusing on the main thing and getting caught up in urgency. She emphasizes the importance of setting goals and prioritizing tasks to ensure progress towards the main goal. Belinda shares her personal experience of sacrificing important tasks for urgent requests, only to realize that they were not actually urgent. She advises listeners to determine what truly requires immediate attention and not let urgency distract from important tasks. Belinda also highlights the need to set realistic deadlines and avoid procrastination to prevent creating unnecessary crises.
18/01/202415 minutes 13 seconds
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Unlocking Your Potential: How to Transform Adversity into Purpose with Kevin Hoover

Have you ever had an event that upends your life? One of those things that makes you take stock of who you are, what you’re doing, and what’s most important? Today, Belinda talks with Kevin Hoover, who transitioned from corporate management to executive coach. Kevin's journey was spurred by personal circumstances, notably his son's cancer diagnosis, which brought immense stress and challenges. Kevin shares how he learned to manage stress through reflection and small breaks, emphasizing their role in resetting and boosting productivity.We delve into the importance of breaks and the need for a cultural shift away from the traditional 9-to-5 grind. Kevin offers practical suggestions for taking effective breaks, such as meditation or quick social media checks. He also underscores the critical role of sleep in stress management, advocating prioritizing the necessary hours of sleep over what we might want.Kevin provides three key tips for stress management
15/01/202446 minutes 16 seconds
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Top 10 Business Mistakes Series - Undervaluing Your Product or Service

Show notes coming soon:About the Host - Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and Podcaster She has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful companies, she has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make better decisions, create successful systems, and build business strategies using her "Four Pillars of Success" system. Belinda has always had a passion and zest for life with the skill for turning dreams into reality. How to Connect with Belinda:Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/workfromyourhappyplaceLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/belindaellsworthInstagram -<a href="https://www.instagram.com/workfromyourha
14/11/202315 minutes 3 seconds
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Mastering the Art of Communication with Richard Newman

In this podcast episode, Belinda Ellsworth interviews Richard Newman, an expert in communication and storytelling. Richard shares his journey of discovering his passion for communication and non-verbal cues, teaching English to Tibetan monks, and eventually becoming an accidental entrepreneur. He discusses the importance of storytelling in communication and how it can make any topic engaging and relatable. Richard also emphasizes the significance of delivery style, body language, and mindset in effective communication. He shares his experiences and offers advice on starting a business and living by personal values. The episode concludes with Richard discussing his latest book, "Lift Your Impact," and offering free resources to listeners.Key Learnings from the episode:The Journey to Communication [00:03:35] Teaching English to Tibetan Monks [00:05:11]Accidental Entrepreneurship [00:07:02] The Power of Storytelling [00:09:51] Finding a mea
30/10/202341 minutes 12 seconds
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Mandolin virtuoso Sierra Hull encore

In this encore presentation, we hear from mandolin virtuoso Sierra Hull.About Sierra Hull: In her first 25 years alone, singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Sierra Hull hit more milestones than many musicians accomplish in a lifetime. After making her Grand Ole Opry debut at the age of 10, the Tennessee-bred virtuoso mandolinist played Carnegie Hall at age 12, then landed a deal with Rounder Records just a year later. Now 28-years-old, Hull is set to deliver her fourth full-length for Rounder: an elegantly inventive and endlessly captivating album called 25 Trips.How to Connect with Sierra:https://www.sierrahull.com/http://www.facebook.com/SierraHullMusic<a href="http://instagram.com/sierradawnhull" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener
30/10/202347 minutes 41 seconds
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Top 10 Business Mistakes Series - Not Focusing on Marketing and Focusing on the Product

Show notes coming soon:About the Host - Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and Podcaster She has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful companies, she has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make better decisions, create successful systems, and build business strategies using her "Four Pillars of Success" system. Belinda has always had a passion and zest for life with the skill for turning dreams into reality. How to Connect with Belinda:Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/workfromyourhappyplaceLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/belindaellsworthInstagram -<a href="https://www.instagram.com/workfromyourha
25/10/20238 minutes 14 seconds
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Unleashing the power of food: Healing your body from the inside out

There is power in nutrition. It’s the key to health, which is the gateway to a happy and successful life. In this episode, Belinda interviews Julie Daniluk, a nutritionist, bestselling author, TV host, and public speaker, who shares her personal health journey and emphasizes the importance of prioritizing health. Julie discusses the role of nutrition in inflammation and offers tips on making healthier food choices. She also talks about the impact of milk and sugar on our health and suggests strategies for managing blood sugar levels. Belinda and Julie discuss the benefits of automating their lives and creating systems to reduce stress. They also explore the importance of finding purpose and making an impact in other people's lives. Julie shares how people can connect with her and work with her.Key Learnings from the Episode:[00:05:41] The importance of health for happiness [00:08:47] Julie's health journey[00:34:01] Automating Life for Stress Reduction<br
11/10/202350 minutes 27 seconds
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From Small-Town Dreams to Disney Magic: Calvin Lester's Puppeteering Adventure

Title: From Small-Town Dreams to Disney Magic: Calvin Lester's Puppeteering Adventure Summary: In this episode, Belinda interviews Calvin Lester, a performer puppeteer with the Walt Disney Company, who shares his journey in puppetry and his experiences working on shows like Bird Call. Calvin discusses his journey, being a reluctant leader, engaging with fans, the birth of Bird Call, and navigating the business side of creativity. He offers advice for success - being authentic and true to oneself, which leads to opportunities. Calvin grew up in a small coal mining town in West Virginia with limited access to performance opportunities. Despite the focus on sports in his town, Calvin was drawn to drawing, acting, and writing. He became interested in puppetry through the works of Jim Henson and decided to pursue a career in the entertainment business. Calvin initially studied psychology in college but had the opportunity to audition for Sesame
09/10/202337 minutes 1 second
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Unleashing the power of numbers: How tracking metrics can transform your business

In this episode of the "Work From Your Happy Place" podcast, host Belinda Ellsworth discusses the importance of tracking numbers and implementing systems in a business. She emphasizes that tracking numbers is like having a personal coach that provides valuable information to adjust behaviors and improve performance. Belinda provides examples of what numbers to track, such as social media growth, sales, and advertising metrics. She shares personal experiences and highlights the significance of tracking numbers to make informed decisions, identify trends, and adjust strategies. Belinda concludes by encouraging listeners to consistently track numbers to avoid falling behind in their business journey. Key Learnings from the Episode:[00:01:19] The Importance of Tracking Numbers[00:02:38] Tracking Social Media Growth[00:04:08] Tracking Sales and Ad Performance[00:12:30]The importance of tracking numbers[00:13:38] Embracing technology<br
28/09/202316 minutes 26 seconds
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Reshuffling Priorities to Prioritize Our Humanity With Belinda Clemmensen

Women can reshape the world. It’s time to challenge societal norms, particularly the undervaluing of women's contributions, including caregiving and household work, and it’s time for women to support each other and advocate for a more equitable distribution of household labor to empower women as leaders. After all, supporting one another is the key to achieving true power and equality. We have the ability to make an impact! In this podcast episode, Belinda Ellsworth, host of "Work From Your Happy Place," interviews Belinda Clemmensen, founder of the Women's Leadership Intensive, discussing the challenges women face in society and the workplace, the undervaluing of caregiving and household work, and the need for women to support each other. Belinda Clemmensen provides tips for women to rise as leaders and emphasizes the importance of reshuffling priorities and promoting equality. She also shares her own superpowers and skills and talks about her proud achievement of starting
19/09/202338 minutes 36 seconds
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From Family Porch Jams to Independent Success: Delnora Reed Acuff's Musical Evolution

In this episode, Belinda Ellsworth introduces singer-songwriter Delnora Reed Acuff, discussing her career and background in music. Delnora talks about her favorite performances and the importance of her faith in her music. She also discusses her experiences working with musical heroes and her new album, "Blank Page." Delnora shares her superpower of energy and her hands-on approach to engaging with fans. She emphasizes the importance of excellent customer service and staying true to oneself as an artist. The conversation also touches on the challenges of balancing creativity and business, being a mother, and finding joy in pursuing one's passion. About Delnora:Delnora is a singer/songwriter, The voice that brought her from West Virginia to Nashville has been recognized with consecutive nominations for ICMA’s Female Vocalist of the Year and she is currently ICMA’s reigning “New Artist of the Year”. She’s released eight studio albums, including three as a member
08/09/202344 minutes 53 seconds
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Top 10 Business Mistakes Series - What are the biggest mistakes people make in business?

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29/08/202314 minutes 40 seconds
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Emily Tsitrian, How Can You Work From Your Happy Place?

In this podcast episode of "Work From Your Happy Place," Belinda introduces the upcoming launch of a new online community and quarterly subscription box. She then interviews guest Emily Tsitrian, author of "Make Me the Boss" and co-founder of Yield, a payments consulting company. Emily shares her journey in the tech industry, the challenges of transitioning into a management role, and the importance of personal development as a leader. They discuss the fast-paced nature of the tech industry, the impact of AI, and the importance of building networks and embracing vulnerability. Emily also shares her immigrant story and offers advice for listeners facing dilemmas in their careers. The episode concludes with a reminder to follow, subscribe, and leave a review for the podcast. Timestamps [00:04:42] Three tips for first-time managers and those in the tech industry Emily Tsitrian shares three tips for first-time managers, including building relationsh
29/08/202339 minutes 21 seconds
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Trading Suits for Clown Shoes: The Life-altering Adventure of a Lawyer-turned-Clown

Ever visualized a journey from the courtroom to the circus? Our guest, Robert Markowitz, did just that! This episode revolves around Robert's phenomenal transition from a lawyer to a clown and the wisdom he gathered along the way. Belinda dives into Robert's journey. His incredible knack for engaging his audience and the spontaneity that his performances bring touches children and parents alike. He opens up about his experiences with ADHD and how it's been a double-edged sword for him. Don’t miss the tale of Robert's most memorable performance and how his ability to focus has helped him manage disruptions during performances. Robert’s journey is not just about changing careers but also about his adventures in music and writing, including his popular New York Times personal essays and children's music albums. In the final segment, we delve into the significance of nurturing relationships and consistency in building an online presence. This episode is a testament to the coura
24/08/202337 minutes 27 seconds
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Top 10 Business Mistakes Series - Know Your Target: Uncover the Secrets to Tailoring Your Marketing to Drive Results

In episode 617 of the podcast "Work From Your Happy Place" with host Belinda Ellsworth, the importance of understanding and targeting a specific audience is explored. The episode starts by discussing the significance of setting attainable goals and the importance of having a schedule that works for oneself. Moving on to marketing, Belinda explains that knowing one's target audience is crucial for effective marketing and increased business. She highlights the importance of considering factors such as age, occupation, location, hobbies, and family status when understanding a target audience. Belinda shares her personal experience of going through the avatar exercise to determine the target audience, specifically targeting millennial customers. She discovered inconsistencies in their marketing materials that did not resonate with this demographic. She emphasizes the need to align marketing materials with the target audience and to focus on selling "pain killers" rather than vi
16/08/202313 minutes 20 seconds
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Unveiling the Path to Financial Freedom: Unlocking the Secrets of Women's Economic Empowerment with Manisha Thakor

In this episode of "Work From Your Happy Place," Manisha Thakor, a renowned expert in women's economic empowerment, joins Belinda to discuss the complex relationship between financial success and emotional well-being. Manisha shares her observations on the pervasive mindset of never feeling "enough" and the societal factors that contribute to it, especially among women. She emphasizes the importance of shifting from a perfectionist mindset to one of bravery and taking imperfect action. Manisha also highlights the need for women to start open conversations about money, as it is often considered taboo. The episode also touches on the challenges faced by entrepreneurs and the need to balance financial goals with self-care. Overall, this thought-provoking episode explores the deep-rooted beliefs around money and encourages listeners to cultivate a healthier and more empowering relationship with it. Key Learnings: [00:08:05] Perfection vs bravery in women's e
15/08/202341 minutes 20 seconds
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Staying True to Your Vision with Ben Folds

In this episode of "Work From Your Happy Place," our host Belinda Ellsworth sits down with the multi-talented musician and artist, Ben Folds , a renowned musician and influencer. Throughout the interview, Ben shares his insights on maintaining artistic integrity and staying true to oneself in the ever-changing music industry. He emphasizes the importance of embracing one's own unique vision and not compromising it to cater to a failing business or a perceived demographic. Ben encourages artists to focus on finding those who resonate with their art, rather than trying to please everyone. Ben also dives into his personal journey as a musician, from the early days of honing his craft to his current projects and experiences during the pandemic. Additionally, the episode touches on topics such as interpreting success signals, the lack of support for young creators, and the importance of authenticity in art. Belinda and Ben have a thought-provoking conversation that will le
12/08/202343 minutes 50 seconds
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Top 10 Business Mistakes Series - The Power of Proactive Scheduling: Taking Control of Your Day for Business Success

In today's episode, we have a fantastic Tuesday Tip that will revolutionize the way you manage your schedule and maximize productivity. Belinda dives into a new schedule design that allows for follow-up and a clear view of the week at a glance. By separating the weekend from the weekdays, you'll have more freedom to batch tasks and enjoy quality time with loved ones. Join us as we learn how to take control of our days, set specific times for important activities, and avoid common pitfalls like forgetting to prioritize creativity and exercise. We'll also explore the power of proactive scheduling and how it can greatly impact the success of your business. So grab your favorite hot beverage, sit back, and get ready to work from your happy place! Join Belinda’s membership program and discover the art of creating and sharing amazing experiences with like-minded people, all from the comfort of your own home. You get to connect with others online, learn new skills and
09/08/202317 minutes 57 seconds
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From Fear to Fearlessness: Conquering Judgement and Finding Success in Virtual Education with Tamara Schroer

In Episode 613 of the "Work From Your Happy Place" podcast, our host Belinda Ellsworth welcomes guest Tamara Schroer, the Vice President of Education and Development at Working Solutions. Tamara shares her expertise in the growth of online education and her role in providing on-demand outsourcing solutions for work-at-home agents. Belinda and Tamara discuss the importance of educators in delivering information to all learning styles, as well as the unique culture and opportunities provided by Working Solutions for their virtual agents. The conversation dives into the power of resilience and overcoming obstacles in pursuing success. Tamara emphasizes the need to seek solutions when faced with roadblocks constantly and highlights the importance of staying confident and solution-oriented. Fear of judgment from others is a common obstacle for many, but Tamara encourages prioritizing personal thoughts and opinions over others' opinions. They share personal experiences and insights on
07/08/202332 minutes 45 seconds
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From Rejection to Success: Ashley Silfies’s Journey on Shark Tank and Oprah's Favorite Things

In this episode, host Belinda Ellsworth interviews Ashley Silfies, co-owner, designer, and CEO of Pink Picasso Kits. Ashley shares her journey in starting Pink Picasso Kits, which are paint by number kits featuring famous artists. Ashley reveals that her business had a significant breakthrough when they appeared on Shark Tank. After applying for funding multiple times, they finally received a call from a producer in 2021. The process of getting on the show involved multiple cuts and requests for paperwork, but Ashley and her partner were eventually flown out and tested multiple times for COVID before taping their episode. She also mentions that their episode aired in November and can be found on Hulu. Ashley emphasizes the importance of being true to oneself and working hard, even when no one is watching. She acknowledges the challenges and pressures of owning a business, but emphasizes the need for humility and being open to learning from others. Overall, this episod
03/08/202342 minutes 27 seconds
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Top 10 Business Mistakes Series - The Art of Goal Setting: Finding Your Happy Place by Setting Attainable Milestones

In this episode of "Work From Your Happy Place," host Belinda Ellsworth shares valuable insights on setting attainable goals in business. Belinda emphasizes the importance of having a plan of action and provides examples of companies she has worked with to illustrate the power of goal-setting.One common mistake highlighted is not setting additional goals after achieving a major milestone. This can lead to stagnation and a loss of momentum. The speaker draws parallels from the music industry, where one-hit wonders often fail to sustain their success. The speaker suggests researching other companies or individuals in similar fields to set realistic goals. However, she cautions against negative comparisons, as each person's journey is unique. The "Work From Your Happy Place" podcast aims to inspire listeners to live their dreams and find their own happy places.Join host Belinda on this informative Work From Your Happy Place episode as she explores the art of
02/08/202323 minutes 10 seconds
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From Maintenance Man to Tea Connoisseur: Donovan Eilert's Path to Smith Teamaker

In this episode of "Work From Your Happy Place," podcast the host, Belinda Ellsworth, introduces Donovan Eilert, the resident educator at Smith Teamaker, a boutique tea company. Donovan shares his knowledge and passion for tea, highlighting the challenges and process of maintaining their brand identity. Donovan discusses some popular blends at Smith Teamaker, such as Lord Bergamont, a refined version of Earl Gray, and BlackBerry Jasmine, an iced tea with a beautiful blue color. Donovan shares their approach to innovation, collaborating with people outside the tea world to create unique blends. Gratitude is emphasized throughout the episode, as Donovan and Belinda discuss the importance of gratitude in maintaining a positive attitude and finding inspiration in work challenges. Donovan shares his personal journey, from being a maintenance man at a hotel to pursuing his passion for tea and eventually joining Smith Teamaker. Overall, this episode provides insights into th
31/07/202327 minutes 34 seconds
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Navigating the Alzheimer's Journey: Finding Joy in the Face of Challenges with Susie Singer Carter

In this episode of the "Work From Your Happy Place" podcast, Belinda Ellsworth interviews Susie Singer Carter. Susie shares her personal story of caring for her mother, who had Alzheimer's for 16 years. She believes that rather than fighting the disease, one must learn to navigate and find joy in the journey. Susie emphasizes the importance of focusing on what a loved one with Alzheimer's can still do rather than dwelling on their limitations. Susie admits to making mistakes in caring for her mother, underestimating the challenges of the disease. However, she aims to showcase her mother's daily life through her film, highlighting both the positive and negative aspects. Sharing her experiences on social media, Susie discusses the challenges and benefits of engaging online. While she values organic and meritorious engagement, she questions the authenticity of some influencers' high follower counts and the crowded nature of the caregiver community on social media. Using the me
27/07/202335 minutes 9 seconds
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Debunking Money Myths: More Money, More Problems

In this episode of "Work From Your Happy Place," host Belinda Ellsworth delves into the mindset around making and managing money. Belinda has been self-employed since her twenties, bringing her wealth of experience and insights to the topic. Belinda starts by debunking the common belief that more money leads to more problems. Instead, she asserts that carrying negative thoughts about money can limit our earning potential. She encourages listeners to change their mindset and embrace the challenges that come with self-employment. According to her, the freedom and control that come with running your own business far outweigh any difficulties. Throughout the episode, Belinda acknowledges that running a business comes with its share of problems. However, she reminds listeners that these challenges are a natural part of entrepreneurship. She notes that while everyone has their own set of problems, those who have taken the path of self-employment may face bigger issues due to the
25/07/202322 minutes 55 seconds
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Empowering Women in Leadership: Insights from CEO Elissa Sangster

In this episode of the "Work From Your Happy Place" podcast, host Belinda Ellsworth interviews Elissa Sangster, the CEO of Forte, an organization dedicated to empowering women in business. In this inspiring episode, Elissa shares her insights on taking ownership of your career, advocating for your professional development, and embracing change to achieve success. Elissa stresses the importance of evaluating what is important to you and defining your own criteria for success. She encourages listeners to make changes and take action when necessary, without fear. For women, success often includes factors beyond title and pay, such as proximity to home, flexibility, and a supportive network. Overall, this episode provides valuable insights and strategies for listeners to take control of their career paths and emphasizes the importance of support, mentorship, and advocacy for women in business. Join Belinda’s membership program and discover the art of creating and sh
24/07/202336 minutes 34 seconds
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Seizing Opportunities: How a Small Encounter Can Lead to Major Opportunities with Howie Zales

In this episode of the "Work From Your Happy Place" podcast, host Belinda Ellsworth interviews Howie Zales, an Emmy Award-winning former camera operator turned entrepreneur. Howie shares his journey from working in local sports coverage to building a successful career in TV production and live streaming events. He emphasizes the importance of taking advantage of every opportunity, as even a small encounter can lead to significant financial success. Howie also highlights the power of live streaming events, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic, as it allows people to connect and participate in important moments, even if they can't be physically present. Overall, this episode offers valuable insights into seizing opportunities, the power of live streaming, and the importance of knowing oneself in a career journey. Join Belinda’s membership program and discover the art of creating and sharing amazing experiences with like-minded people, all from the comfort of your own
20/07/202328 minutes 13 seconds
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Debunking Money Myths: Money Can't Buy You Happiness

In this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, host Belinda Ellsworth explores the link between money and happiness. Debunking the saying "money can't buy you happiness," Belinda argues that money can indeed bring joy and relieve stress. She shares personal stories and experiences of struggling with income and the significant impact it had on their well-being and ability to help others. Belinda also acknowledges that beyond a certain level, money doesn't necessarily increase happiness. Join host Belinda Ellsworth on this informative episode of Work From Your Happy Place as she explores the truths about money and how we can create a happy and prosperous work life. Join Belinda’s membership program and discover the art of creating and sharing amazing experiences with like-minded people, all from the comfort of your own home. You get to connect with others online, learn new skills and techniques, and grow your network without ever having to leave your computer screen. To
19/07/202314 minutes 50 seconds
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From Paralysis to Plan: How Darryl Bumpass Sr. Overcame Obstacles and Found Happiness

In this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, our guest, Darryl Bumpass Sr., shares his personal journey of overcoming challenges and finding success. Darryl talks about waking up one day with paralysis on the left side of his face and how he attributes it to not having a plan. He offers valuable tips like trusting the process and breaking down big goals into smaller tasks. Darryl also emphasizes the importance of asking the right questions to find answers and how eliminating distractions can help reach goals. He discusses the three hardest things his life coaching clients and the audience struggle with: saying "I love you," apologizing, and asking for help. Darryl encourages taking mental health days and prioritizing focus over just being busy. He also highlights the significance of rediscovering passion and drive to enjoy life truly. Darryl shares his own personal experience of realizing he wasn't happy in his job and encourages others to find their passion and not settl
18/07/202341 minutes 21 seconds
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Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone: The Key to Personal Growth and Success with John McDaniel

In this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, our host Belinda Ellsworth introduces her guest, John McDaniel, a multi-talented theater producer, composer, conductor, and pianist. John shares insights and experiences from his prolific career in the entertainment industry. He discusses the importance of stepping out of one's comfort zone to achieve personal and professional growth, highlighting a specific example where he initially turned down a job opportunity but ultimately embraced it and found it to be a blessing. John emphasizes the value of seeking support from friends during times of fear and self-doubt, as well as the impact of social media on both helpful and damaging levels. He candidly shares his journey with using social media, from reluctance to embracing platforms like Instagram. John engages in a delightful conversation with Belinda, discussing his collaborations with leading Broadway stars such as Carol Burnett and his love for music and travel. He underscore
14/07/202336 minutes 46 seconds
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Debunking Money Myths: Exploring the Truth Behind the Saying "Money is the Root of All Evil"

In this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, host Belinda Ellsworth delves into the topic of money myths and sayings that can impact our ability to earn and enjoy income. She begins by debunking the popular saying 'money is the root of all evil,' explaining that it is actually the love of money that is the root of evil. Belinda emphasizes that money itself is not inherently evil and cites scriptures from the Bible that highlight the positive impact money can have, such as promoting generosity and providing for needs. Throughout the episode, Belinda expresses her passion for making money and helping others increase their sales in a moral and ethical manner. She discusses the subtle ways in which people may compromise their integrity for money, such as embezzling or not disclosing sales to customers. Belinda argues for honesty and transparency in business dealings, even if it means making difficult decisions such as refunding an overpaid amount or informing customers about
12/07/202313 minutes 49 seconds
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Lavender Dreams: How a Couple's Trip to a Farmer's Market Sparked a Blooming Business with Windy Mack

In this episode, Belinda interviews Terry and Wendy Mack, the proud owners of Bella LaVonde's lavender farm located in Stockbridge, Michigan. This marks the first time the show is being filmed on location! The lavender is currently ready to be harvested, and Terry and Wendy share their journey of growing lavender on their 40-acre farm. They talk about attending an online course on lavender farming offered by Michigan State University, which allowed them to learn from experienced farmers and gradually obtain a certificate in lavender farming. They discuss the importance of writing a business plan, which helps Terry and Wendy think through the challenges and dislikes of lavender farming, including the notorious task of weeding. They emphasize the commitment necessary for starting and running a successful business, which takes time and dedication. Join Belinda’s membership program and discover the art of creating and sharing amazing experiences with like-minded people, a
10/07/202323 minutes 10 seconds
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Passion, Tenacity, Fearlessness: Lessons on Making Ideas Work from a Seasoned Entrepreneur Jon Pierre Francia

In this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, Belinda Ellsworth interviews Jon Pierre Francia, who shares valuable insights during this episode. He is a visionary with a strong ability to see the roadmap of a product and determine its message. Jon Pierre is passionate about his work and does not believe in the word "no." He is tenacious, taking risks and exhausting all avenues to make his ideas work. He shares advice on how to focus on a side hustle while working a regular job, the importance of being passionate and dedicated, and utilizing resources like YouTube to become an expert in your field. But it doesn't stop there. Jon Pierre also emphasizes the significance of building a brand with a story, something that is often overlooked. He shares his realization of the importance of knowing his audience and connecting with them on a personal level. Jon Pierre recounts his journey of creating a healthy drink, emphasizing the positive impact it can have on managing blood suga
06/07/202330 minutes 1 second
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Debunking Popular Money Myths: What's Holding You Back

Welcome to episode 599 of Work From Your Happy Place where we're exploring the relationship between money and happiness. In this episode, Belinda Ellsworth kicks off a series of talks on money by debunking common money myths that hold people back from making money. Belinda breaks down sayings like "money doesn't grow on trees," "money is the root of all evil," and "money can't buy happiness," and shares how these beliefs can impact our thinking and behavior. Using her own personal experiences, Belinda shares how she learned the value of hard work from a young age, starting her own crocheting business in fifth grade and getting a paper route in sixth grade. She shares practical tips for dividing money into categories and saving for things we want. Belinda also emphasizes the importance of avoiding harmful money myths and teaching children the value of working for what they want. Join Belinda’s membership program and discover the art of creating and sharing amazin
04/07/202330 minutes 49 seconds
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Creating a Successful Startup with Chris Joyce

In this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, listeners will hear from Chris Joyce, founder of 24 companies, about his latest venture, Gusher. Gusher is a platform that helps people build their startup drafts by creating the first pitch draft, roles to build the team, and teaching them how to do everything. The podcast also covers the crucial recruiting process for building a successful company and the benefits of performance-based equity. The episode emphasizes the importance of never giving up on personal goals and pursuing what truly matters. The new Gusher platform offers a unique way for people to access expertise from others without needing capital, with everyone who contributed getting a small piece of equity to launch the company. Key Learnings - [05:30] Chris talks about how Gusher lets people pitch an idea for a company or a problem they need solved for free. People can then apply to join these companies in exchange for performance-based equity. This
04/07/202320 minutes 39 seconds
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Finding Your Voice: Career Tips for Success in Voice Over with Nate Begle

In this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, we have Nate Begle, a seasoned voice over professional, to the show. Nate emphasizes the importance of research and doing thorough background checks when pursuing a career in voice over. He suggests finding a passion and focusing on a specific genre within voice over, as well as taking acting and improv classes to develop skills and understanding of the industry.Nate shares his journey from puppetry to voice over, discussing the similarities between the two in terms of bringing stories and characters to life. He offers guidance and recommendations for coaches and contacts within the voice over industry. Nate also highlights the importance of building technical knowledge, such as recording and audio editing, especially in the current work-from-home trend. Tune in to this episode to learn more about Nate's fascinating journey, the power of puppetry and voice over in capturing imaginations, and the importance of connecting with yo
04/07/20231 hour 5 minutes 14 seconds
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From Small Beginnings to Big Speaking Gigs: Belinda's Story

In this episode, Belinda shares her inspiring story of starting her business in the fall of 1995. She recounts her decision to hold seminars within a 4 to 5-hour driving distance, selling tickets and renting hotel rooms. With very few attendees at the start, Belinda's reputation grew, leading to bigger speaking gigs for companies.Belinda also talks about a particular event in Toronto that only had eight attendees causing her to question her decision to start the business. Her doubts were almost overwhelming until she found inspiration in watching a Tina Turner documentary during a restless night after the event.Tune in as Belinda shares her story of resilience, inspiration, and growth. If you need a little motivation to help you push through hard times, this episode is for you. Don’t forget to subscribe to Work From Your Happy Place. Stay tuned for more inspiring stories and practical tips to help you follow your own path and achieve your dreamsTimestamps: <br /
27/06/202324 minutes 26 seconds
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From Side Hustles to Entrepreneurship: Renee's Journey to Creating Events

In this episode Belinda interviews Renee Patrone Rhinehart, an event planner and entrepreneur. Renee shares her struggles with showcasing her work as an event planner, and how she overcame the challenge through social media promotion and networking. She emphasizes the importance of talking about your clients and goals to find opportunities. Renee also shares her experience of rebuilding her team during the pandemic and staying relevant with her client base through social media and email blasts.Belinda and Renee discuss the challenges of being a female entrepreneur and taking risks, and the impact of COVID-19 on their businesses. Renee shares her advice for entrepreneurs to not solely rely on their businesses for income and to have businesses on the side. She also discusses the opportunities for women in the field and the importance of remaining positive and patient during difficult times.Tune in to learn from Renee's expertise in event planning, business development, and he
26/06/202328 minutes 11 seconds
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From Pianist to Entrepreneur: The Power of Transferable Skills with Angela Jia Kim

n this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, host Belinda Ellsworth and guest speaker Angela Jia Kim discuss the importance of patience and reflection when growing your business. They also delve into Angela's journey of building Savor Beauty into a successful multimillion dollar skincare brand and how her background as a pianist helped her develop transferable skills for entrepreneurship.Listeners will get an insider look into the Lover System and the Lover's Sales System as well as tips on gaining confidence as a small business owner. Last but not least, Angela shares how she paid off $60,000 in credit card debt by reinvesting profits and following a strict savings philosophy. Don't miss this inspiring and informative episode!Key Learnings: [00:07:11] How a Pianist turned entrepreneur: transferable skills matter.[00:12:35] Celebrate successes but stay patient. Patience is important for those on different phases of their journey.[00:16:20] How a Pas
22/06/202343 minutes 33 seconds
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From Fear to "Happy Place" - Belinda's Journey to Launching a Subscription Box

In this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, Belinda Ellsworth discusses her decision to monetize her podcast. She shares how COVID-19 disrupted her business and forced her to pursue a subscription box idea she had been putting off.Despite facing ageism and not feeling relatable enough, she pushed past her fear and developed the subscription box. Belinda hopes it will be successful and admits to feeling like a "brand new baby business." Key Learnings : 01:11 - 05:05- Belinda shares that she had been thinking about creating a subscription box for five years but had held off due to perceived difficulties.- She decided to move forward with the idea during COVID-19 when her business was disrupted.- Belinda sought consulting gigs to fund the subscription box and struggled to overcome fears of failure but eventually pushed past them.05:06 - 12:20- Belinda discusses feeling discouraged after two potential clients criticized her age and relatab
20/06/202321 minutes 20 seconds
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Success Components: Mindset, Strategies, and Systems with Dre Baldwin

In this episode, Dre shares his insights and experiences on building a successful business and achieving goals.Dre outlines the three key components of success; mindset, strategies, and systems. He explains that mindset is the foundation for all success and failure, and that it is critical to have a strong mindset before focusing on strategy. Next, he emphasizes the importance of developing systems for consistency and success over time.Dre also stresses the importance of surrounding yourself with mentors and finding collaborative efforts rather than trying to do everything alone. The episode also features a discussion on the important role of mental conditioning and the impact it has on your life outcomes.Key Learnings : [00:04:22] From benchwarmer to pro basketball career.[00:10:11] How Youtube helps in building a brand.[00:13:50] Mindset, strategy, systems: Keys to success.[00:19:44] "Believe actions, not words in mindset conditioning."
19/06/202337 minutes 2 seconds
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From Zero to Eight Figures: A Journey to Creating a Scalable Business Model with Josh Hadley

In this episode, Josh Hadley, founder of ecom Breakthrough Podcast and an 8-figure ecommerce business, shares his backstory on being an entrepreneur. He discusses how he started creating a team and scaled his business, and gives advice for growing from 7 to 8 figures. Other topics discussed include diversifying income streams, using Amazon to achieve success, and focusing on business levers that drive revenue. Josh also talks about his definition of a happy place and encourages listeners to keep pushing while focusing on what works.Key Learnings : [00:04:17] Started from zero, now 8 figures online.[00:06:44] Facebook groups, wedding invitations, Amazon success story.[00:12:11] Scaling business to 8 figures: hiring, research, and team.[00:15:09] Identify levers, create systems, and hire team members.[00:23:04] Challenging times during COVID, wrong focus.[00:26:43] Focus on revenue-driving levers for success.About Josh Hadley :
15/06/202330 minutes 2 seconds
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From Lavender Farms to Downtown Shops: A Story of Connection

In this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, host Belinda Ellsworth shares her experience visiting a lavender farm and discusses the importance of not letting personal preferences get in the way of doing the right thing. Belinda also emphasizes the importance of seeking medical care when necessary and shares her personal experience with the negative effects of stress and depression. Tune in to learn about making meaningful connections and following your dreams!Key Learnings : [00:09:08] Health issues prompted deeper analysis of finances.[00:12:42] Marketing agency owner assists with connection journey.[00:15:41] Lavender farm owner suggested for collaboration.[00:21:58] Overcoming fear of change and confrontation.[00:23:16] Successful career in niche market, expanding horizons.[00:28:45] Networking regret: Follow up, trust instincts.[00:31:51] Follow gut, seize opportunities, and overcome fear.About the Host -Belinda Ellswor
14/06/202334 minutes 55 seconds
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Building Relationships and Personal Branding with Anish Majumdar

This episode explores the importance of personal branding in building relationships, not just through in-person interactions but also through Zoom and other virtual platforms. Anish dives into the process of building a unique brand, focusing on outcomes, and utilizing high-level thinking to achieve success in business partnerships.The conversation highlights the significance of asking the right questions and identifying pain points as a means of building relationships and vetting opportunities.Key Learnings:[07:56] Focus on your brand and process, not just skills or brand association. Don't just focus on coming across as high level, but rather on vetting the situation and finding a fit for a higher goal.[13:58] Anish talks about the importance of trusting individuals and generating opportunities, believing that most people are good and willing to work together.[19:32] Consistency in habitualizing actions that serve you and your platform is important for se
14/06/202332 minutes 39 seconds
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The Art of Entrepreneurship and Artistry with Emily McElwreath

In this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, host Belinda Ellsworth speaks with entrepreneur and art collector Emily McElwreath. Emily shares her expertise in building a successful art career, emphasizing that every artist should view themselves as a business owner. She also discusses the importance of networking, asking for help, and maintaining connections with people in the industry. Emily and Belinda also touch on self-care, the power of referrals, and the crucial role of social media in growing an artist's fan base. Tune in to gain valuable insights into growing and maintaining a successful art career!Key Moments: [00:04:32] Entrepreneur helps collectors build art collections, mentors artists.[00:09:27] Art collecting requires expert guidance, passion.[00:11:42] Artists should be business owners. Self-care. Gallery representation.[00:15:55] "Artists need to think like entrepreneurs."[00:20:27] "Master craft, work ethic, network for success."<b
09/06/202341 minutes 45 seconds
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Finding Inspiration: Igniting Creativity and Progress

n this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, Belinda dives into the topic of inspiration. She highlights the difference between motivation and inspiration and how the latter can be a powerful force in sparking creativity and progress toward goals. Belinda shares various methods for finding inspiration, including stepping out of one's comfort zone and connecting with others. In a world where many are experiencing feelings of unease and apathy, Belinda stresses the importance of seeking out inspiration and using it to drive positive change. Tune in to discover how to tap into your own sources of inspiration!Key Moments : [00:01:13] What is inspiration?[00:05:12] Can inspiration be learned?[00:10:15] Why is inspiration important in business?About the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and PodcasterShe has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful com
09/06/202329 minutes 2 seconds
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Employee Health and Well-Being with Dr. Richard Safeer

n this episode, podcast host Belinda Ellsworth interviews Dr. Richard Safeer, Chief Medical Director of Employee Health and Wellbeing at John Hopkins Medicine, about building a well-being culture in the workplace.Dr. Richard describes how aligning your work with your inner self is crucial for happiness in the workplace. He also notes how entrepreneurs and risk-takers should pay attention to their body’s feedback and cues for a healthy work-life balance. He emphasizes the importance of recognizing stress and taking steps to reduce it before it becomes overwhelming.Among other things, he introduces the concept of progressive muscle relaxation as a technique to reduce stress and improve relaxation.Key Learnings from the Episode:08:29 - Dr. Richard talks about "Progressive Muscle Relaxation: The Stress Buster Technique"15:21 - Dr. Richard explains why Leadership is crucial in building a culture of well-being at work, and why every leader needs to be involved.<
05/06/202332 minutes 34 seconds
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The Musical Journey of Rick DellaRatta: A Jazz Innovator and Visionary

On this episode of Work From Your Happy Place, musician, and innovator Rick Delarado shares his journey of becoming a successful jazz performer and advancing worldwide peace through jazz. Ricks's story and insights will inspire you to pursue your passions with purpose.We also talked about how to make a nonprofit organization and what are the three important components to make a startup or small company more attractive to big companies. Rick emphasized on why organizations shouldn't rely on only one huge company as their primary source of success when running a nonprofit organization.Key Learnings from the Episode:11:22 - Rick talks about his journey and how he came to do what he is doing today, from a piano player at the Gramercy Park Hotel across the street to a professional musician.19:49 - How does arts and culture unite people profoundly in positive ways?26:57 - What are the ways Rick engages with his fan base? He also talks about the "empowerment tree
26/05/202347 minutes 29 seconds
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Lessons on Personality from Winnie the Pooh

In this episode, Belinda Ellsworth takes a unique approach in discussing personal and professional growth through the beloved Winnie the Pooh characters. Belinda identifies key character traits of Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore and how they can relate to our own strengths and weaknesses.Belinda shares her personal experience as a Tigger and recognizes the importance of respecting and valuing different personality styles. Tune in to discover how understanding these lovable characters can help you in your own personal and professional relationships.Key Learnings from the Episode:02:15 - Overview of the Winnie the Pooh characters and how they relate to personality types in personal and professional settings.06:34 - Discussion of Winnie the Pooh's laid-back personality.10:22 - Examination of Piglet's anxious and worrying tendencies.13:09 - Analysis of Tigger's energetic and impulsive nature.16:21 - Breakdown of Eeyore's pes
23/05/202318 minutes 46 seconds
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The Secret to a Happy Marriage: Empowering Women with Relationship Skills - Laura Doyle

On this episode, the founder of the International Relationship Coach Training School, Laura Doyle, joins to discuss how to improve marriages even without the husband's conscious effort. She dives into vulnerability, the power of respect, and expressing desires in an inspiring way.The episode also discusses Laura’s Spouse Fulfilling Prophecy technique and how to change affirmations to transform relationships. The episode ends with a discussion on how empowering it is for women to learn and practice these relationship skills.Key Learnings of the Episode -[00:04:00] Transforming a Loveless Marriage: A Woman's Journey.[00:08:28] Unlocking the Secret to Expressing Desires Effectively.[00:12:40] Transform Your Marriage with One Simple Phrase.[00:17:58] Transform your relationships with these aphrodisiac tips.[00:21:52] Finding happiness in your marriage: The key skill every woman needs.[00:27:17] Unlocking the Power of Feminine Receptivity in M
22/05/202346 minutes 56 seconds
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The Power of Copywriting and AI with David Deutsch

Welcome to this episode, where we explore the power of copywriting and AI with our guest, David Deutsch. We will learn how incorporating AI can make writers more productive and the ways in which it can help in various stages of writing, such as researching and generating alternative versions of copy. David also emphasizes the importance of emotions in effective writing. Additionally, we will learn how to become a good copywriter, the importance of focusing on a single benefit, and the difference between Direct Response marketing and ad agencies. David Deutsch’s passion is to help people write more persuasively and think more creatively. Tune in now if you want to know the power of copywriting and how AI can be a useful tool for improving your productivity.Key Learnings from the Episode:02:30 - Discussion on how AI can help writers be more productive.04:45 - Potential limitations of using AI in writing.07:10 - Importance of incorporating emotions and
18/05/202341 minutes 43 seconds
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Master the Art of Multitasking: Stress-Free Strategies to Manage Multiple Projects Simultaneously

In this Tuesday tip, Belinda reveals effective strategies on how to manage multiple projects simultaneously while prioritizing tasks and meeting deadlines stress-free. Learn the art of compartmentalization and timely execution to eliminate stress, frustration, doubt, and overwhelm in your work.Compartmentalizing and prioritizing multiple projects is crucial to making progress in each step. As a result, timely completion of your projects becomes essential to delivering top-notch quality work that meets or exceeds your customers' expectations. Learning how to stay organized and focused is key to meeting deadlines and delivering high-quality work.Key Learnings from the Episode:[02:54] Belinda's experience with a lot of deadlines at one time in her new business and how she's navigating through it[09:02] How to overcome overwhelm and stress when working on multiple projects with the same deadlines? The power hour system and one of the reasons why it works.[15:1
16/05/202317 minutes 52 seconds
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Overcoming Limitations in the Workplace with Dawn Kohler

In this episode, we explore the importance of understanding the impact our behavior has on others in the workplace with Dawn Kohler.Dawn shares her own journey of self-discovery and healing after leaving her successful computer company. We discuss the power of feedback, the challenges of impulse control, and strategies for personal and professional growth. Plus, we hear inspiring stories of transformation and hope in the midst of difficult times.Join us as we tap into the power of insight and connection for a happier, more fulfilling work life. And don't forget to enter for a chance to win a free six-month subscription to our new online community and quarterly subscription box!Key Learnings from the Episode:[00:07:33] Understand your impact on others.[00:11:20] People-pleasing behavior results from inadequacy.[00:25:57] Take the leap of faith and start your own company.[00:28:16] It's a personal story of a CEO's journey through losing their ide
15/05/202330 minutes 24 seconds
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Building a Successful and Professional Artist Career: Insights from Craig Dobbin

Building a successful career as an artist is a multi-faceted journey that requires taking proactive steps toward creating a professional portfolio. From pursuing opportunities to forging connections and cultivating relationships, it means pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone to achieve your goals. By networking with peers, mentors, and industry professionals, you may discover unexpected paths that lead you toward achieving your vision. In this episode, Craig Dobbin takes us on a personal journey through his career as an artist. He shares valuable insights that artists at any stage of their career can benefit from, including tips on cultivating high professionalism, unlocking creative potential, and pursuing your craft with greater confidence. Whether you're just starting out or are looking to take your career to the next level, tune in to learn how to build a successful and professional career as an artist.Let’s jump in!Key Learnings from the Episode:[0
11/05/202336 minutes 13 seconds
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Dealing with Conflicts in Business

Conflicts are an unavoidable part of life and can arise in any relationship or organization due to various reasons, such as miscommunication, differing opinions, or conflicting interests. However, if left unaddressed, what starts as a minor misunderstanding or disagreement can quickly escalate into a full-blown conflict.In this Tuesday tip, Belinda presents some helpful techniques to curb the growth of conflicts that can cause divisions within organizations. By taking proactive measures early on, such as high-level actions, conflicts can be managed more effectively and prevented from escalating. This results in a healthier work environment.Key Learnings from the Episode:[03:12] How do conflicts arise?[06:41] Practical conflict resolution tips in the workplace.[12:39] Work on collaboration.About the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and PodcasterShe has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker
09/05/202315 minutes 11 seconds
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Stop Analyzing and Start Acting: Take a Leap of Faith in Entrepreneurship with Lisa Govro

Many aspiring entrepreneurs tend to get stuck in the planning phase of their business and become overwhelmed by analysis paralysis. However, sometimes it's necessary to take a leap of faith and go for it without knowing every single detail. Even the most successful entrepreneurs didn't have everything figured out when they started their first business, so don't let fear hold you back from achieving your goals. Remember that everyone makes mistakes and learns from them along the way. Trust yourself and take the plunge – you've got this!In this episode, Lisa Govro, the founder of Big Heart Tea Co, takes us on her journey as an entrepreneur. She shares with us how she built her successful tea company and emphasizes the importance of being authentic and true to oneself when building a brand. One of the key takeaways from Lisa's story is the need to stop planning and start taking action. It's time to get out of analysis paralysis!Let’s jump in!Key Learnings from the
08/05/202330 minutes 33 seconds
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How Artists Can Navigate the Ever-Changing Social Media Algorithms with Temima Shames

Navigating the ever-changing algorithms of social media can be a challenging task for artists who want to promote their work online. With platforms like Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter continually tweaking their algorithms, it can feel like an endless battle to get your art seen by the right people. In this episode of the podcast, Temima Shames dives deep into her artistic journey and shares her invaluable insights on how she transitioned to become a leading entertainment executive. She is pioneering the growth of brands and talent in the digital age, where influencers, followers, and virality rule the game. Tune in to discover how artists can leverage social media to bolster their careers and gain more exposure.Key Learnings from the Episode:[05:11] How should artists approach and use social media.[08:17] Tips when posting on social media as an artist.[15:19] Are you taking advantage of YouTube shorts?[22:00] Temima’s advice on the best ways to incre
04/05/202334 minutes 18 seconds
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The Story You Tell Yourself Is The One You Believe

As entrepreneurs, business owners, self-employed individuals, or team leaders, we all face the struggle of the inner story we tell ourselves. Whether positive or negative, we tend to believe and live what we constantly tell ourselves. This makes it extremely important to craft a story that aligns with our goals and aspirations and serves us well. After all, the story we tell ourselves has a powerful impact on who we become.In this week's Tuesday tip, Belinda sheds light on the importance of the story we tell ourselves. She stresses that crafting a positive and empowering narrative is crucial because it is the one we will eventually believe in, shaping our destiny.Key Learnings from the Episode:[01:51] The power of the story that you tell yourself [05:01] Creating systems that make it easier to do the difficult things for you. [06:41] Belinda’s personal development worksheet and how it will help in conflict resolution within yourself.[14:15] A quick r
02/05/202317 minutes 20 seconds
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Why Momentum is Everything You Need to Succeed in Business with Lillian Turano

Having a great idea is one thing, but turning it into reality can be elusive for most. Wasting time and energy procrastinating without activating their well-defined plans may be the downfall. What's missing? Momentum! Many aspiring entrepreneurs struggle with this crucial element that can propel their businesses forward.In this episode, you'll get to hear Lillian Turano's inspiring success story as a “candy lady”. She dives into the golden skill sets that have helped her along the way and shares valuable entrepreneurship tips you won't want to miss. Whether you're an aspiring business owner or just looking for some wise advice, tune in to this episode for an insightful discussion with Lillian Turano.Key Learnings from the Episode:[12:37] Tips that Lillian shares to actualize business ideas.[14:15] Why is momentum key for the success of any endeavor?[16:28] How Lillian leverages social media to her advantage.[24:08] What does working from your happy p
01/05/202330 minutes
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Building A Successful Personal Brand As An Artist with Diane Foy

Embarking on a creative career journey is an exhilarating experience, but it can also be full of unexpected twists and turns. In this digital age, having a consistent personal brand, telling an engaging story, maintaining social media activity and building a loyal fan base are crucial to thriving in your field. You can showcase your unique skills, ultimately establishing yourself as a leader in your field.Diane Foy, the creator of the Superfan Attraction Method, shares her journey as a multi-passionate arts and entertainment publicist in this episode. She explores the superpower behind multipotentiality and expounds on strategies that helped her build a successful and consistent personal brand. Learn how to build and expand your superfan base by listening to Diane's insights!Let’s jump in!Key Learnings from the Episode:[07:17] How to tap into your multi-passion superpowers and provide value. [09:09] Tips on how to build your superfan base through personal
27/04/202334 minutes 41 seconds
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Putting Yourself In Enough Places Enough Times

Are you one of those people who constantly wonders how some individuals always seem to land opportunities? We often assume they were simply in the right place at the right time. However, this is not always the case. The reality is that these individuals didn't necessarily get lucky; instead, they put themselves out there enough times and in enough places where one of those attempts eventually panned out. This approach is what successful people tend to take in both their personal and professional lives.In this Tuesday Tip, Belinda emphasizes the importance of positioning yourself in various platforms frequently. By continuously showing up and showcasing your skills, you'll be better prepared for any opportunities that come your way, ultimately leading to success.Key Learnings from the Episode:[04:23] The three sides of excellency that will put you on top of your game.[12:58] Showing up and being ready even when you’ve no idea there could be an opportunity.[
26/04/202316 minutes 22 seconds
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Nurturing Friendships that Change Your Life with Laura Tremaine

Assessing the value of your friendships is just as important as building them. Do they bring growth and positivity to your life, or do they drain you and cause more problems than solutions? Today, we'll be discussing different experiences with our special guest Laura Tremaine.In this episode, Laura Tremaine dives deeper into her personal journey. From a career woman to a mom, Laura is also a writer, avid reader, and enthusiastic podcaster. She also shares her friendship philosophies that can have a positive impact on your life. Tune in to discover more tips and insights on this topic.Key Learnings from the Episode:[04:27] Laura talks about the difficulties of transitioning to motherhood from a successful career.[11:37] What are the best ways to meet and make new friends?[28:22] What does working from your happy place mean to Laura?[32:31] Laura shares some friendship philosophies that can save your life.About Laura Tremaine -Laura T
24/04/202339 minutes 22 seconds
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The Essential Ingredients for Artists to Thrive in the Music World with Mark Damian

Creating great work is just the beginning of an artist's journey toward success. To truly thrive, you must be willing to hustle and network with like-minded individuals who share your passion. This means shaking hands and shamelessly promoting yourself. Simply locking yourself in a room won't cut it . You need to put yourself out there if you want to achieve the success you desire.In this episode, Mark Damian, an internationally recognized touring and session drummer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and mix engineer, sheds light on his journey in the art industry. He expounds on practical strategies that can help aspiring artists get started in the industry and ultimately rise to the top by pursuing their passion. Tune in to gain valuable insights!Key Learnings from the Episode:[05:43] Mark’s journey as a drummer and how he got to where he is today. [13:31] How to continue to learn and grow in your career as an artist. [32:52] How the pandemic crushed the
20/04/20231 hour 1 minute 14 seconds
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Improving Your Engagement on Social Media

Social media is an ever-changing landscape that can be difficult to navigate. With algorithms, graphics, and user behavior constantly evolving, it's hard to know how to use social media effectively. However, this challenge provides an opportunity for growth and innovation.In this Tuesday tip, Belinda provides insights on how to amplify and sustain your social media engagement levels. Discover high-level tactics that will help you achieve a more engaged and interactive audience on your social media platforms.Key Learnings from the Episode:[03:46] The importance of posting high-quality, relevant content and using captions and hashtags. [05:13] Why are likes good, comments great, and sharing fantastic and golden?[07:38] How does interacting with your followers help?[12:27] Why should you collaborate with others?[16:12] How to increase your engagement &amp; reach on social media.About the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trai
18/04/202319 minutes 47 seconds
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Transform Your Beliefs Into a Thriving Business: Discover the Power of Positive Affirmations & Positive Thinking with Laura Schmidt

Discover the transformative power of positive affirmations and positive thinking! This mindset can change the trajectory of your life. Let’s explore how to turn your beliefs into a successful enterprise. Every great business starts with belief and conviction and making it successful takes passion, dedication, and hard work.In this episode, we are joined by Laura Schmidt, who shares with us her incredible journey of discovering the strength of positive thinking. Not only did she turn this belief into a successful business, but she also wants to spread her message far and wide: that words make all the differenceKey Learnings from the Episode:[16:06] Laura's advice on how to take your business idea from thinking to the action phase.[21:57] Why should you embrace customer care, not customer service?[26:56] What does working from your happy place mean to Laura?[29:29] Laura's advice to people starting the entrepreneurship journey.About Laura S
17/04/202331 minutes 35 seconds
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Embrace Life's Curveballs: How Overcoming Adversity Can Lead You to Unexpected Opportunities with Ranelle Golden

Life's challenges can sometimes push us out of our comfort zone and lead us to take a new direction in life, which often turns out to be for the better. Imagine you've spent your entire career building a successful business, only to have it all come crashing down due to an unexpected medical condition. It's easy to become overwhelmed or depressed in such situations, but with a little creativity and determination, there are always new opportunities waiting around the corner.In this episode, Ranelle Golden shares her inspiring journey into the film and arts industry. Despite going blind and having to close her performing arts academy, Ranelle has emerged as one of the most successful screenwriters in entertainment. Tune in to learn more about how she achieved such remarkable success!Key Learnings from the Episode:[11:50] How do all challenges in life have opportunities for a greater being?[24:40] Ways Ranelle grows and engages her fanbase.[32:05] How has Ran
13/04/202343 minutes 15 seconds
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How To Be More Resilient When Things Become Tough

Starting a new business and reinventing yourself after so many years in a business can be scary and exciting at the same time. At ground zero, all you have to look forward to is growth, but there are so many feelings that can come along in your journey. So what do you do when things feel impossible, and you don't know which direction to turn? Being resilient is the answer. In this Tuesday tip, Belinda shares about resilience and gives practical tips on how to find your stamina when things feel impossible. There is a cycle to everything, and things change all the time. Learn how to overcome the grief of wanting things to be the way they were, stop surviving, and get into the thriving mode to enjoy your journey.Key Learnings from the Episode:[01:22] Resilience and how to embrace it when things get tough.[06:10] The grief of letting go of a business, learning to adapt, and moving forward. [09:59] The emotions roller coaster when reinventing yourself an
11/04/202339 minutes 19 seconds
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Clear Your Mind, Organize Your Life: The Benefits of Decluttering Your Space with Dr. Regina Lark

Organizing your work, home, and life is critical to success. However, disorganization can cost you more time and money than anything else. We often hold onto things out of sentimentality or fear that we might need them in the future. Focusing on sentimental value or hypothetical needs only adds clutter to our identity and intensifies our fear of letting go.In this episode, Dr. Regina Lark, a professional organizing and productivity expert, shares her journey into the organization space and how she helps people declutter their lives. She emphasizes the importance of being mindful of what you bring into your home. Learn from Dr. Lark how to declutter not only from a physical perspective but also through a cognitive lens to achieve desired results that will improve your overall well-being!Key Learnings from the Episode:[06:30] The tangible and intangible benefits of being organized.[08:46] Three practical tips that can put you on a more mindful path of being organi
10/04/202331 minutes 26 seconds
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Tripling the Success: How Jaimie Beebe Conquered Three Different Business Avenues

Jaimie Beebe is the epitome of a successful entrepreneur who has excelled in not one, but three distinct business avenues. With an unwavering commitment to her goals and a willingness to take risks and push boundaries, she has carved out a name for herself as a shining example of business success. Her unique blend of knowledge, experience, and creativity has helped her make waves in the world of theatre, podcasting, and even bikini product lines. Her success story serves as an inspiration for those seeking to make their mark in the world of business.In this episode, Jaimie dives deeper into her journey as an entrepreneur and shares how she has been able to balance three successful careers. You'll also learn about the valuable lessons she has picked up along the way. Tune in for more tips on navigating the world of entrepreneurship!Key Learnings from the Episode:[06:42] How Jaimie decided to come up with her show, and what has she observed.[15:00] What prompted J
06/04/202333 minutes 10 seconds
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It Is Time To Purge

Are you feeling stuck in your business after the changes brought on by COVID-19? It might be time to pivot and start a new journey toward reinventing yourself. Letting go of what no longer serves you can be difficult, especially when it's something you've been doing for a long time. But in order to make room for new opportunities and good things to come your way, it's important to make space. Think of it as clearing the path to success!Belinda's inspiring transformation story is this week's Tuesday Tip - she shares how letting go of unnecessary things through purging has saved her time and money, and opened up doors to new opportunities in her business. If you're feeling stuck or lacking excitement in your work, it might be time for you to do the same. Reinvent yourself by decluttering and making space for the things that truly bring you joy.Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[01:51] A little about the “reinventing yourself series” that is coming soon.
04/04/202322 minutes 10 seconds
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Finding the Balance Between Raising a Family and Running a Business with Julia Barbaro

For parents who are both business owners and caregivers, the juggling act of managing a family and running a successful business can be overwhelming. With limited time and energy, it's only natural to struggle to find the right balance between parenting responsibilities and entrepreneurial ambitions. Fortunately, there are strategies they can use to navigate the demands of both worlds. In this episode, Julia Barbaro joins us to share her journey and experience as a mom, coach, author, podcast host, and successful parent. She and her husband have managed to balance their personal lives and build a successful business together. Get practical tips from Julia in this meaningful conversation.Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[04:32] Julia’s backstory and what she does in her space.[09:45] How Julia and Gino's podcast started. The journey of her book writing.[21:07] Three key tips Julia shares from her expertise.[23:25] Julia talks about her supe
04/04/202333 minutes 13 seconds
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Find Your Creative Niche and Invest in Yourself for Success with Roy Worley

Knowing how to stand out in your creative field is essential when it comes to succeeding. Connecting with your unique skills and crafting them with dedication and focus helps you differentiate yourself from the competition. As an artist, having a great voice alone is not enough to reach success; one needs to invest in themselves, and stay driven even if the journey takes longer than expected. Building relationships with potential clients and marketing yourself can take you leaps further into achieving your success.In this episode, we are joined by Roy Worley to discuss his career as a voice-over artist and narrator. Hear what inspired Roy to get started in the industry and how he has grown his success while working from home. He shares the strategies he uses to stand out among the competition. Plus, learn about some of the exciting projects that he is currently working on and how you can start your own journey as a creator or voice-over artist.Snapshot of the Key Points fro
30/03/202339 minutes 46 seconds
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How to Know When it's Time to Let Go of a Client

Making the decision to part ways with a client is never an easy one. It may be due to their performance no longer meeting expectations or because your values or passions have shifted since you first began working together. Either way, firing a client demands thoughtful consideration, compassion, and understanding before taking action.In this episode, Belinda provides valuable advice on how to recognize when it is time to let someone go. From different types of clients to understanding when it is best to say no, Belinda will guide you through the entire process. Tune in for a crucial and insightful episode that can help you make the right decision.Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:05] When do you fire a client? Three case scenarios of clients.[06:08] Navigating a client you really did not want to have.[16:03] What to do if you began well with a client, but it turns out differently with time.[20:20] How to handle a too-demanding cli
28/03/202328 minutes 40 seconds
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Gear Up For Success: Leverage New Technology to Revolutionize Your Business with Thomas Helfrich

Entrepreneurship is a fulfilling career path, but it also comes with its challenges. As the business climate continues to evolve at an ever-increasing rate, entrepreneurs need to stay on top of new technologies and strategies in order to remain competitive. Automation, digital marketing, and the use of AI are all essential tools for staying ahead of the game.In this episode, Thomas Helfrich has everything you need to know about adapting your digital skills and automation for your business. He explains the digital marketing era and how to build a passionate, vibrant team. Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[03:15] A bit about Thomas’s journey and what he does to help others.[05:18] What does Thomas do for his clients with automation and AI technology?[06:22] Three top tips for business automation.[07:55] Superpower skill sets that have helped Thomas succeed. [10:02] Thomas talks about company culture that has created a passionate and wi
27/03/202331 minutes 38 seconds
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How to Collaborate As A Band with Couch The Band

Working together as a band is extremely rewarding for musicians. By combining their individual talents and abilities, they can create something truly amazing that would be impossible to achieve if they were working on their own. As bands work together, each member’s strengths and specialties are amplified, which creates an amazing group sound and performance. In addition, two or more artists collaborating increases the potential for success in terms of fan base growth, increased recognition, and even potential money savings. In this episode, we follow the story of the band "Couch". We learn about their journey to success, from meeting each other in college to transitioning after graduation. We also get a glimpse into their growth as a long-distance band. Tune in to find out what it takes to create something amazing - respect for one another, curiosity, and patience! Learn how they were able to dream big and shoot for the stars in order to go from good to great.Snapshot of t
23/03/202344 minutes 44 seconds
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Grow Your Business with Smart Goal Hacking

It's easy to get caught up in our enthusiasm when January arrives, and we're excited about what the year has to offer. We all want to get off to a great start and create momentum for our businesses. But if things didn't go as planned, what can be done now? A good strategy is to set realistic goals with high-end and low-end targets, considering a 10-month cycle throughout the year. This allows some grace weeks or months to create flexibility.In this Tuesday Tip, Belinda shares two hacks to help you maintain mental capacity and reach your goals. She highlights the importance of setting daily activities that stretch you to your highest potential without letting disappointment set in if it seems unachievable. This mindset helps you stay motivated and focused on the success of your business.About the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and PodcasterShe has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Hav
21/03/20239 minutes 37 seconds
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Discover Your True Success by Pursuing Your Passions with Ted Bradshaw

If you are working hard but not getting the desired outcomes, it may be time to step back and evaluate if what you're doing is fulfilling. It can be easy to get caught up in what's popular or profitable, so take a moment to reflect on what makes you happy and gives your life meaning. In this episode, Ted Bradshaw, speaker, author, coach, and Expert EOS Implementer, talks about his journey to becoming a successful entrepreneur. He shares insights on how you can take control of your own path by finding your purpose and then leveraging that energy to pick the right goals. Chasing your passions and staying true to yourself is how we achieve real success. Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[03:31] Ted’s backstory and how he got to where he is today. [05:50] About Ted’s book, Stop Chasing Squirrels, and how it was born. [09:04] Three tips to help you work from your happy place.[12:54] Three steps in choosing to be guided by purpose.[19:44] D
20/03/202339 minutes 23 seconds
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Becoming a Professional Voice-Over Artist with Gina Scarpa

Where do you start to become the next voice-over professional? What skills do you need? How will you land your first job? Or, how can you scale up your current work?A career as a voice-over artist is within reach with the right dedication and commitment. It doesn't require any formal training or special skills, just pick an area of interest and start practicing. If you're willing to put in the effort, success will follow.In this episode, Gina Scarpa joins us to chat about her career as a voice-over artist. Hear all about how she got started, her career progression, and the valuable lessons she has learned. She also provides key advice on how to become a successful voice-over artist. Tune in now to get more tips that could help you kickstart your own dream job.Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[05:06] Gina’s backstory and what she does in her space. Her success mantra in life.[11:53] What are entrepreneurs doing to double their income? What entrep
16/03/202333 minutes 5 seconds
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Gain Momentum, Explode Your Business, and Enjoy the Ride

Momentum can be a powerful turning point for any business. However, gaining momentum is only the beginning; maintaining it is where the true challenge lies. Without sustained momentum, businesses may struggle or remain stagnant. Keeping this energy alive is essential to ensuring your business reaches its full potential.In this Tuesday Tip, Belinda shares why it is so important not to forget your "why" of it all, or else you could be at risk. With momentum though, Belinda shares how you can reach unprecedented levels of success and witness exponential growth in your company. Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[04:23] Ways to get momentum and what happens when you finally gain it.[07:17] Better options to prevent losing momentum in business.[08:55] A case study: creating my networking momentum.[13:26] How did Belinda lose her momentum and what was the impact?[14:23] Golden nuggets from the episode.About the Host -Belind
14/03/202315 minutes 55 seconds
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Build a Culture of Fulfillment and Unlock the Potential of Your Business with Scout Sobel

The entrepreneurship journey is a rollercoaster filled with highs and lows. Having a great idea does not guarantee success, but having the courage to try multiple approaches until you find what works will be worth it. This process requires resilience and an open mind so you can see when something isn't working and use that as an opportunity to take a different direction.Taking risks and pushing yourself out of your comfort zone are the first steps toward achieving your personal goals. Building up your mental toughness and emotional landscape can be incredibly rewarding when you look at how far you have come from where you started. In this episode, Scout Sobel, the founder and CEO of Scout's Agency, shares her journey of becoming a leading podcast PR agency. She offers insight to foster a culture of fulfillment in your business. This empowers profitability and improves mental health while scaling up. By creating an environment where everyone is fulfilled, lasting success can
13/03/202336 minutes 13 seconds
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The Power of Storytelling to Transform Your Business with Ryan Murphy

Storytelling is essential to effective communication, relationship building, and marketing strategies. By sharing your message through stories, you can evoke strong emotions in your customers and foster meaningful connections. Stories enable people to identify with your message, which makes it easier for them to remember what you said. They might not remember your story's facts or details, but they will never forget how it made them feel.In this episode, Ryan G. Murphy (“Murph”) from New York takes us on his journey of becoming a successful storyteller. He speaks about the power of storytelling and how it captivates people through human emotion. He provides helpful advice on how to be an engaging storyteller and how this skill could help elevate any business.Let’s jump in!Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[04:39] Ryan’s backstory and what he does to serve others. [08:10] Ryan's top five tips on how to be a compelling storyteller. [14:19] Th
09/03/202334 minutes 9 seconds
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Reach Your Success: Create Consistency in Your Business

Consistency is one of the four pillars of success. Without this foundation, everything else that is built will be shaky and unreliable. A successful business is one that implements systems, tools, and policies that promote consistency throughout the organization. Businesses such as this will be able to survive any economic crisis or market volatility more easily, resulting in sustained success over time.In this episode, Belinda dives into the concept of consistency for entrepreneurs and shares practical tips to help you create success. Tune in now and get ready to take your business to the next level.Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[01:58] What are the four pillars of a successful business?[02:47] Consistency and its importance. [07:12] How to create systems and schedules.[09:10] Focus on income-generating activities.[12:42] No matter how mundane it is, keep doing it.About the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker,
07/03/202313 minutes 32 seconds
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Discover the Secrets of Amazon: Boost Your Business & Brand Today with Dr. Travis Zigler

When it comes to increasing visibility and sales, selling on Amazon can be a great way to give your product or service the boost it needs. To help you make the most out of your Amazon presence, key strategies are essential, such as optimizing product images and leveraging analytics tools. In this episode, Dr. Travis Zigler discusses the importance of having a comprehensive plan in order to scale your Amazon business and achieve success. He offers valuable insights and advice on how to get ahead of the competition and take your business to greater heights.Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[00:01] Introduction to the show and a quick bio of Dr. Travis Zigler.[03:13] Dr. Travis's journey and what he does in his space. [05:45] How did “Profit Pineapple” come about? [10:06] Top 3 success tips Dr. Travis gives us about selling on Amazon.[12:55] Great things you can do to build your business brand and community.[18:51] Dr. Travis's sup
06/03/202333 minutes 11 seconds
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Cultivate Your Mindset and Master Your Marketing for Success with Miriam Schulman

Mindset and marketing are essential components of success in business, even more so than the actual craft. We've seen less talented people reach the top while more talented ones fall behind, because they have different mindsets and marketing strategies. Mindset and marketing involves not just believing in ourselves but also believing in our buyers and audiences.We have to believe in our artistic capabilities as well as what we are creating. However, it is also important to remember there is another element of this equation – believing in our buyers. Without some faith in those who will potentially view our work and invest in what we create, success may be difficult to come by.In this episode, Miriam Schulman, the founder of The Inspiration Place, talks about the switch she made from corporate to art and how she was able to build an art business from scratch. She also emphasizes the importance of mindset, marketing, and trust in our buyers.Let’s jump in!Sna
02/03/202326 minutes 6 seconds
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Boost Your Efficiency and Get Ahead: 10 Proven Productivity Strategies

Are you feeling overwhelmed by the sheer volume of tasks you need to accomplish and the limited time you have? If so, you are not alone. Know it is possible to take control of your workload and increase efficiency in order to finish your tasks on time. Prioritizing activities, dividing up your day into specific streams of work, and ending with a quality outcome are some strategies that can help boost productivity.In this episode, Belinda reveals her top ten tips for being more productive while working from home. Learn how to prioritize, manage, and create effective systems that promote productivity.About the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and PodcasterShe has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful companies, she has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make better decisions, create successful systems, and build business strategies using her "Four Pillars of Succ
28/02/202314 minutes 14 seconds
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Building A Service-Oriented Culture In Your Business with Cheryl Mills Knight

Creating a customer-centric culture is all about showing up for those that matter most to you: yourself, your business, your employees, and your customers. Showing you care for them by creating an environment where they feel seen, valued and heard is what will make customer service truly great. The most important part of building a customer-focused culture is to give employees and leadership the freedom to make decisions with the customers’ best interests in mind, not through setting rigid rules like many other businesses.We can ensure our customers receive the best service possible by demonstrating care and connecting with them before any transactions. Showing up for one another in the workspace has a positive effect on our clients. We are all consumers and should strive to build authentic relationships in order to align ourselves with what is important, and make an environment that welcomes each person's uniqueness. Cheryl Mills Knight, one of the founding members of Kend
27/02/202348 minutes 8 seconds
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Making Music Together: Unlocking Your Creative Potential With a Band - Wildwoods

As an artist, to grow and achieve success, it is important to put yourself out there, focus on developing yourself, and create what you want without worrying about peoples’ opinion. Pursuing your passion with dedication and staying true to yourself is the key factor. Don't just dream but take action towards what you want and make sure it makes you feel fulfilled at the same time. Doing so can reward you in a number of ways.No one ever becomes a professional artist overnight. It takes time, patience, and tenacity to learn the tricks of the trade. You will make mistakes and some of your work may not turn out as expected - that's okay! The only way to get better is to experiment with new approaches, seek feedback from peers and mentors, and keep challenging yourself. If you are starting from scratch, give yourself a break - everyone starts as a beginner. Have faith in yourself and don't be too hard on yourself.In this episode, Wildwoods, a husband and wife duo (Noah and Chloe
23/02/202343 minutes 22 seconds
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Harness the Power of Commitment - 8 Steps to Create Lasting Commitmen

If you want to build a successful business, the key is having a strong foundation. You need to develop the right skills, and create habits of doing certain activities on a regular basis. Building a successful business foundation is a crucial step for any entrepreneur. It requires an unwavering commitment to focus, consistency in actions, and organization of resources. Without these qualities, we will find ourselves struggling to stay afloat in the ever-changing business environment. However, with the right focus, commitment to excellence, consistent effort, and organizational prowess, we can create a firm business foundation that will serve as the bedrock for their success.In this episode, Belinda dives deep into the concept of commitment. She explains why it's important and gives tips on how to get into the habit of being more committed. She also goes over why it's important to eliminate things that don't serve you, so you can be more focused on investing in activities tha
21/02/202317 minutes 31 seconds
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Connect, Collaborate, and Chart Your Career Growth with Brian Sage

Success as an artist takes work. It takes the dedicated ability to ask yourself difficult questions about your approach as an artist. Preparing for success means being ready to have honest conversations with yourself, determining what type of artist you want to be and who you should collaborate with to build your network. Gathering the right tribes and connections is also a key factor in positioning yourself for success.In-order to achieve long-term success in the art business, relationships are key. College presents a unique opportunity to make the most of this time by immersing yourself in a safe and enriching environment full of resources and new people who can help you along the way. Taking risks and building relationships can open up opportunities that otherwise wouldn't exist. Even if you experience setbacks or failure, these experiences are just as important as successes in helping to reach the next level.In this episode, Brian Sage recounts his own experience transi
20/02/202337 minutes 21 seconds
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Take your Artistic Skills to the Next Level and Find Your Path to Success with Marlene Sharp

Artists often face a variety of challenges on their creative journeys. Whether it’s establishing a unique style, achieving financial stability, or managing the highs and lows that come with creating art, many obstacles exist. One of the most significant ones is figuring out what route to take. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution, there are some essential things to keep in mind. Artists need to develop certain skills such as creativity, attention to detail and patience in order to find success.The path that we take in life, especially when it comes to art, can be complicated and ever-changing. Today's guest Marlene Sharp will give us guidance on how to choose the road that gives us the most happiness and financial success.In this episode, Marlene reflects on her experience as an artist and shares the lessons she has learned. Her advice to anyone starting out is to be kind and nice to everyone in the art space. Networking is also essential for success, so whether you
16/02/202332 minutes 14 seconds
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From Surviving to Thriving: 7 Tips to Boost Your Success in 2023

Surviving versus thriving - that's the challenge for entrepreneurs today. In the past two years, many of us have been in a state of survival, clutching at straws for hope. But if we want to take our business to another level and make it successful, how can we go about making that happen? It all starts with recognizing the difference between surviving and thriving.Surviving is simply staying alive, but thriving means being successful and strong. To reach the next level of your life and become a true success, it’s essential to leave the survival mindset behind and cultivate a thriving one. In today’s Tuesday tip, find out how you can do this successfully.In this special episode, Belinda takes a look at the differences between thriving and surviving and provides seven unique tips to help you reach for new heights in 2023. Tune in to get the insight you need to start thriving today.Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[01:33] How to thrive in 2023. How to emb
14/02/202314 minutes 53 seconds
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Make Your Life’s Dream a Reality, No Matter Your Situation with Steph Hammerman-Roach

Changing your lifestyle to fit your own passions and dreams can be extremely empowering. When life throws us unexpected circumstances, such as an illness or other serious issues, how can we find a way to pivot and still create a meaningful life? It is possible to reinvent ourselves while maintaining our sense of identity, purpose, and fulfillment. With some creativity and determination, adapting to new circumstances can lead to new opportunities that bring a sense of joy and personal growth.It's important to stay focused on what you're passionate about, even when life throws you a curveball. Struggles are not the end of the world, but instead should be viewed as opportunities for growth. It may not always be easy and it may hurt, but by pushing through these times, you will find your true strength and uncover your potential.In this episode, Steph Hammerman-Roach shares her inspiring story of overcoming health conditions, surviving cancer and transforming into the world’s fi
13/02/202328 minutes 48 seconds
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Empower Your Creativity: Harness the Power of Positive Energy with Terissa Kelton

Terissa believes that to jump-start your acting or theater career or make a fresh turnaround, you must create inner energy. You have to be willing to work towards your goals and not give up when obstacles arise. It's up to you to turn the vision of your future into a reality.Making connections is essential for an artist to be successful. It is a key step in getting to your dream, and it's important to stay flexible so you can adjust when those dreams don't come true exactly how you thought they would. Networking will help you move forward and start writing your success story.In this episode, Terissa Kelton reflects on her journey as an artist and co-founder of Rehab Entertainment. She shares the secrets to her success, projects she's been working on, and advice for other creatives who are striving to make it in the industry. Tune in to get inspired by Terissa's superpowers.Let’s jump in!Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:24] Terissa’s backstor
09/02/202341 minutes 39 seconds
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How To Create A Vision Board That Sets You Up For Success In 2023

It's a new year, and the possibilities are endless. Everywhere you look, motivational speakers and social media platforms are asking us to think about our dreams and goals for 2023. It can be difficult to understand the differences between dreams, vision, purpose/why, and goals. But, it’s important not to get confused by these words so you don't lose sight of your ambitions. The beginning of a new year provides the perfect opportunity to set yourself up for success. To reach your goals and make your dreams come true, it is important to understand the concepts of dream, vision, why, and goal. These key components can help you clarify what you wish to achieve, plan appropriate actions accordingly, and stay focused daily on getting one step closer to fulfilling your vision. In this episode, Belinda dives into how having a dream, vision board, goals, and action plans can give you clarity in your journey to success. She also discusses the importance of creating a to-do list that
07/02/202316 minutes 55 seconds
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Transform Your Life - Rewrite Your Story with Krati Mehra

The stories we tell ourselves have a lot of power. They affect our goals, how we show up, and the quality of life we enjoy. Changing your story is changing your life, and the first step to making a difference is to start questioning the things you believe about yourself, especially if they are holding you back. Your story must align with who you want to become and the goals you set for your life to thrive. Stop playing a victim and start exploring who you are and what you want out of life to write a powerful story. You can be whoever you want and create whatever reality you want. Living a life of power starts with taking charge and responsibility for yourself. Form positive habits that are non-negotiable and make sure you live healthfully and productively. Exercise regularly, maximize your productive hours, eat healthy meals - take control of yourself so each day counts. Small daily habits add up to create immense value in our lives. Focus on forming those habits instead of tryin
06/02/202342 minutes 27 seconds
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How To Build Your Brand As An Artist With Bree Noble

Creating and sustaining a music brand is a long-term endeavor that requires more than just one day of effort. It involves networking with others, amplifying your uniqueness, and building relationships with people who appreciate your sound. By understanding what makes you stand out from the crowd, you will be able to draw in the right people who can become part of your iconic tribe.Networking and building relationships with the people who like your work, follow you, and want to know what's coming next is essential for a strong brand. Start with small steps, build upon your skills, and engage with people authentically. Being transparent about yourself will help you foster relationships that will lead to a strong foundation for your brand. What really matters is providing valuable skills and engaging with your audience over time.In this session, Bree Noble, founder of Women of Substance Radio and host of the Profitable Musician Show Podcast, takes us through her story of trans
02/02/202345 minutes 23 seconds
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Grow Your Business with Referrals

Customers who are loyal to your product and trust in your work can be great assets as they act as ambassadors for you. Building relationships of trust, loyalty, and friendship with customers will encourage them to refer you, your products, and your services to others.Good customer follow-up is the key to successful customer referral requests. Show your customers you appreciate them by making them feel valued, and they'll go out of their way to help you, especially when there is something in it for them. In this episode, Belinda dives into the importance of asking for referrals. Referrals are a great way to grow your business, but you have to make sure that your customer service is impeccable in order for customers to be willing to put in a good word for you. Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:36] Asking for referrals - Why is it key to your success?[04:01] Lessons from a real-life story on the power of referral programs. [08:
31/01/202313 minutes 52 seconds
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Shifting from Financial Scarcity to Abundance and Freedom with Jerry Fetta

Growing up with money scarcity can be a difficult mindset to move away from. However, it is possible to overcome this by giving yourself access to more financial education on better managing your finances. Unfortunately, many people lack knowledge when it comes to understanding money and sound financial planning.Money management is often a difficult and overwhelming topic for people. To make matters worse, obtaining comprehensive information about financial strategies can require great amounts of effort and resources, such as enrolling in costly classes or workshops. Fortunately, understanding the basics of money management doesn't have to be this way! For instance, many forget that avoiding debt is one of the key steps to building a secure financial future. This can be done by increasing income while also consistently saving money. Interested in learning more practical tips? Join the conversation!In this episode, Jerry Fetta shares his advice on becoming financially educat
30/01/202335 minutes 23 seconds
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Say "Yes" to Opportunities and Unlock Your Growth Potential with Brian Cowan

As an artist, saying yes to opportunities is essential for growing your talent and becoming successful. Taking chances and expanding your horizons will give you the exposure that can help you get ahead in your career. You might need to take risks by saying yes to jobs or tasks that you haven't done before, but it can lead to valuable growth and experience in the long run.When it comes to being an artist, refusing to take on projects that you have the ability and potential to complete is saying no to growth. It is important to take advantage of opportunities that come your way, even if they are small. Saying no to a potential opportunity for growth can ultimately set you back in the long run. It takes time and practice to hone your craft, and by taking small steps along the way, you will eventually be able to get where you want to be and achieve financial success for your work.In this episode, Brian Cowan, a radio presenter and licensed real estate broker takes us through hi
26/01/202344 minutes 33 seconds
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Turn Your Customer Relationships into Lasting Success – Get the Results with Consistent Follow-Up

Customer follow-up is an essential part of a successful sales process. After getting a new customer, it's important to maintain the relationship by keeping in contact and engaging with them. Following up regularly helps build loyalty, trust, and strengthens the relationship with your customers. Unfortunately, many salespeople fail to do proper follow-up; they simply assume that spending money with their business is enough. If you want to ensure success in sales and keep customers coming back for more, make sure you are consistenTilt following up.Creating and maintaining strong relationships with customers will help build long term loyalty, and make it easier to acquire new customers going forward. Showing your existing customers that they are valued will also boost your overall sales. In this episode, Belinda discusses the importance of customer follow-up and how valuable it is. She explains how people always appreciate hearing from you and how it can make a big diff
24/01/202317 minutes 3 seconds
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Turn your Passion into a Profitable Business with Eric Estevez

Are you looking to make money with your passion? Starting a business focused on what you love is a fantastic way to earn revenue while doing something that makes you happy. Whether it be coaching, custom artwork, or consulting services, the possibilities are endless if you believe in yourself and are ready to put in the effort. You can set yourself apart from competitors by utilizing your skills, enthusiasm, and knowledge of the subject matter to build an incredible brand.To make your business dreams a reality however, you need to do more than just be passionate and driven. It is also essential to cultivate strong relationships with those around you - your employees, customers, investors, and vendors. These relationships can provide you with the necessary support and resources to make your business dreams come true. Additionally, creating a great culture and workspace can help attract high-quality talent that will keep your business running smoothly.In this episode, Eric Es
23/01/202337 minutes 28 seconds
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Success in Theatre with Award-Winning American Playwright, Actor, Musician, and Teacher- "Jack" Canfora

Episode Summary - Theater artists who are open to new experiences and collaborative opportunities can be highly successful in the craft. By networking with others who share the same goals, they can cultivate valuable connections which can provide support and guidance throughout their journey. Collaboration also offers an opportunity to gain insights into the world of theatre that could prove invaluable to their development.When it comes to finding success as a theatre artist, it is also important to have realistic expectations. Knowing your personal benchmark of success is key and should not be judged solely on fame and fortune. Instead, focus on honing your artistic skills and setting goals that are achievable for you. This way, each milestone achieved is a reflection of your hard work and dedication in reaching them.In this episode, we are joined by John Lawrence "Jack" Canfora - an Award-Winning American Playwright, Actor, Musician and Teacher. Learn more about his
19/01/202337 minutes 8 seconds
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Testimonials Are Key to Trustworthy Selling

Testimonials are a powerful tool that can really get people to take action. As a seller, you may be familiar with promoting your products and trying to persuade buyers. But when someone else who has already bought the product leaves their own positive review, it can be much more effective in convincing buyers of its quality.Most infomercials don’t convert because they spend too much time talking about the product and not enough time talking about how it can benefit the user. To be more successful, people should focus on creating stories of people who have used the product and add that section early in the ad. In this episode, Belinda dives into why it's best to use more customer testimonials than facts to sell your product. She will explain how buyers will find other customers' stories more convincing than the facts that you can provide as a seller. As the old business adage goes - "Facts tell, but stories sell". Don’t miss this helpful advice on how to use testimonia
17/01/202311 minutes 13 seconds
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Building a Sustainable Business with John Pabon

Sustainability is an important concept for businesses today, yet there is a lot of confusion about what it really means. People often think of sustainability as just protecting the environment, which is true to an extent. But there's more to it than that. It encompasses economic, social, and environmental aspects and involves finding ways to use resources in a way that meets the needs of current generations without compromising the ability of future generations to do the same.Sustainability is an umbrella term that focuses on creating a better future, both environmentally and socially. It encompasses steps to stop climate change, reduce water and natural resource misuse, as well as ensuring human rights, labor rights, animal rights, philanthropy, and charity are observed. Professionally this type of sustainability is referred to as ESG (environmental-social-governance). It is sometimes known by its other name: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).In this episode, John Pabo
16/01/202339 minutes
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The “Must-Haves” to Stage Your Way to Success in Theatre with Daniel Cooney

Most people enter music and theatre careers because of a passion for the arts. Musical theatre performance, which includes acting, singing, and dancing, is not just a career or a way to earn a living. It fosters social awareness through exposure to the social issues, events, and unique cultures that are portrayed in scripts. That is why students should not only develop their performance skills, but also endeavor to discover the works of literature that inspire works of art.Taking the first step after music school can be tricky and overwhelming. You need resilience, patience, and persistence to get through auditions and reach your desired destination. Building a network of other successful artists can help you achieve success more quickly. Putting in the work is essential as taking shortcuts may seem easier initially but will only lead to more disappointments later on. In this episode, Daniel Cooney takes us through his experience of navigating the world of theatre as a voca
12/01/202356 minutes 39 seconds
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Enthusiasm is Key in Sales

When it comes to sales, enthusiasm can be a powerful tool. From pitching your product to doing customer follow-up, expressing enthusiasm in your conversation can go a long way toward helping draw prospects to you.Enthusiasm is contagious and will help you succeed in sales if done correctly.So, when making a sales call or presentation, be sure to do whatever you need to do to get yourself into an enthusiastic headspace. Prepare by exercising, writing out what you want to say, or listening to your favorite song. As soon as enthusiasm is evident in your demeanor and delivery, it will grab people's attention and make them want to learn more about what you are selling. In this Tuesday Tip episode, Belinda talks about being enthusiastic. With almost four decades of experience in sales and three decades as a professional speaker, Belinda provides invaluable insight and advice. Tune in to learn how enthusiasm is key to achieving success Snapshot of the
10/01/202311 minutes 24 seconds
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Scale your Business Using Streamlined Systems for Maximum Growth with Stacy Tuschl

Starting a small business can be difficult, and most of them fail within the first five years. This is due to various reasons originating from both owners and the business itself. Poor capitalization, inadequate management, faulty infrastructure, and ineffective marketing are some of the common pitfalls that many small businesses fail to navigate properly. All of these components need to be in place for any business venture to be successful.As an entrepreneur, having a team is the key factor for achieving success and balance in your business. When you gather like-minded people who are committed to advancing the company's vision, you can improve your business operations faster. Make sure to implement systems that can assist with scaling up your operations as the business grows. Doing so will help maintain a positive and efficient work environment.In this episode, Stacy Tuschl, the 2019 Wisconsin Small Business Person of the Year by the United States Small Busines
09/01/202336 minutes 23 seconds
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Unlock your Creative Potential and Craft your Legacy Through Art with Susan Prado

Artists have had a lasting impact on society and culture, bringing to life things that may have otherwise gone unseen or unheard. Through their work, they can inspire others and create unique experiences. However, these artistic endeavors sometimes feel aimless and lack passion or purpose. As a mosaic artist, Susan Prado has defied the traditional narrative to create a fulfilling and meaningful life that future generations will remember.In this episode, Susan Prado will give you a glimpse into the life of an artist and how having creativity can lead to creating a meaningful life. She shares her story of mosaic art and how she’s using it to leave a legacy in her community. Susan also talks about resilience and tenacity, two essential skills every artist needs in order to become successful. Even when it seems like all your hard work has been for nothing, never give up – true success comes only with persistence. Snapshot of the Key Points fro
05/01/202345 minutes 37 seconds
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Use a “WOW” Factor to Make Your Product Stand Out From the Competition

Are you trying to make sure your sales strategy is top-notch? Creating a positive and memorable experience for your customers starts with providing them with a clear picture of the product or service you are offering. Building up the “wow” factor in your products is key to increasing conversions and improving customer satisfaction. How do you build “wow” factor? Before pitching your product or service, it is essential to craft a compelling story with effective catchphrases and adjectives. By taking the time up front to plan your story, you have the ability to draw a vivid picture of how potential customers could benefit from using your product or service and accurately portray the emotions associated with it. This allows potential customers to envision themselves being part of the program and feel connected to what you are offering. In this episode in the series, “Top Ten Sales Strategy Tips,” I'm sharing tip number six. This tip, like the first fiv
04/01/202314 minutes 16 seconds
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Business Success Secrets from the Owner of 28 Businesses - Allan Draper

Why do most start-ups struggle in their early stages? What’s the most important ingredient for the success of a company? Is it the entrepreneur’s mindset, passion, business marketing, team, or systems? What can you do to start, grow and scale your business without making mistakes? Entrepreneurship can be a challenging journey, and to succeed, there are three key things you must have and do. First, have a deep understanding of your purpose for starting the business. This purpose will serve as your source of motivation during difficult times and help guide decisions and policies that you make for the company. Second, having people in your life who can mentor and encourage you is important. Having someone in your circle who has experienced the same journey as you is invaluable. They will be able to advise on the mistakes to avoid and show how certain decisions can affect the growth of a business. This will make the learning process smoother and quicker. <br /
03/01/202335 minutes 55 seconds
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What Singers need to know as Vocal Athletes with Marci Daniels Rosenberg

Vocal injury is not uncommon in the world of singing. This injury is a type of damage that can occur to the vocal cords, which produce sound by either vibrating together or rubbing against each other to create friction that produces the sound. The most common causes are viral infections and vocal abuse (such as shouting).Singers have a higher risk of sustaining a vocal injury because singing is a physical activity that involves the muscles of the vocal cords, mouth, and throat. When they push their voices too far, injury becomes inevitable.There are a number of warning signs that can indicate voice injury. Some people have a hoarse or rough voice or one that is runny, with no obvious cause. Others may notice they are losing their voice quickly and easily. Persistent throat clearing and having to clear your throat often may also be indicators of vocal pathology. If you have any of these symptoms, particularly if you’re a singer, it's important to schedule an appo
30/12/202250 minutes 52 seconds
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Never Prejudge: Empower Customers with the Best Options for Their Needs

Customers are the lifeblood of your business, and without them, it would cease to exist. To ensure success, companies must create an environment where customers feel valued and appreciated through excellent customer service, high-quality products and services, or attractive promotions. Entrepreneurs often make the mistake of prejudging their customers' needs based on appearance or age. This can lead to misunderstandings and missed opportunities. The best way to identify customer needs is to ask them directly and avoid assumptions. Customer physical appearance should not be taken as a reliable indicator when making decisions about what they need from your business. On this episode of Tuesday Tips, Belinda shares the importance of never prejudging your customers. Hear two of her best stories on what to consider before judging a customer and how it's necessary to leave our presumptions aside. Tune in if you don't want to miss out on these invaluable lessons. Snapshot of
27/12/202218 minutes 11 seconds
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Secrets of High-Performing Leaders: Unlock potential and Achieve Success with Karan Farrell-Rhodes

Leaders are at the heart of every successful team, organization, and business. They are always on a quest to develop themselves and help their teams grow - personally and professionally. The ability to lead, inspire, and create a vision for the future are all qualities that set great leaders apart. The top 5% of leaders are known for their self-awareness and dedication to continual improvement. They strive to stay ahead of the curve by regularly learning from experts in their field. These leaders realize that their success is intertwined with their team's success, so they prioritize their team's needs over their own. They provide guidance, encouragement, and resources to empower them to succeed. Karan Farrell-Rhodes brings you the secrets of successful leadership in this episode. Drawing on statistical evidence, she outlines the seven key factors to becoming a high-performing leader. Learn how to maximize your productivity, creativity, and well-being through leadershi
27/12/202227 minutes 57 seconds
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From College to the Art Industry: Find Your Path to Success with Whitney Keeter

Navigating the transition from college to a life of professional success can be daunting. There will most likely be numerous rejections before you finally land a “yes”, but this doesn't mean that you aren't valuable or capable. It's just part of the process. As you move forward, it is important to learn how to separate your business and personal successes so that rejections don't feel like personal attacks. If you want to be successful in the art industry, it takes long term commitment and effort. Put in the time and energy to increase your visibility and improve your skill set while also establishing and maintaining relationships with other industry professionals. Show enthusiasm for the work that you do, learn from those around you, and prove yourself as a capable artist so that you can climb the ladder to greater success. In this episode, Whitney Keeter, a Professional Stage Manager, shares her story of transition and success in the art industry. While sharing her insigh
23/12/202237 minutes 25 seconds
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Know your Product: Leveraging Insight for Success

How well do you know the product that you are selling? How much is too much, and how little is too little? Though in the first segment of this series we focused on selling from a benefit point of view and not a descriptive point of view, knowing your product’s overall description (but not necessarily every fine detail) is imperative. Even though the customer will rarely want to know the product description, you should have enough information to offer a recommendation and become a master of what you are selling. The more knowledge you have of a product, the more confident you will be when selling it and the more help you can give. Customers will be much more willing to purchase a product when they feel a sense of trust in the information you give them. Honesty also brings more sales, and honesty comes from having enough information. In this episode, I share tips on how to know your product well. Knowing exactly which product segments are the most important and how much time
21/12/202222 minutes 16 seconds
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Critical Business Habits that Determine who Survives and who Succumbs with Daryl Urbanski

Unprecedented times are inevitable in business. However, the difference between a business that continues to thrive and make money and one that ultimately fails depends upon certain critical business habits. Every entrepreneur should know that, although they are one of the key factors for success, sales alone will not make a business successful. There are other critical factors that must come into play if a business is to succeed. One of the most critical factors is an effective marketing strategy. As a business owner, you must position your marketing strategies so that they are constantly feeding your business sales. In the digital era, online marketing is cheaper and makes it easier to reach more prospects. What you can achieve with twenty dollars in traditional marketing will potentially be ten times more effective with internet marketing. In this episode, Daryl Urbanski shares his awesome entrepreneurial journey from the age of 18 years to creating seven-figure, automat
19/12/202238 minutes 29 seconds
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Success Strategies From Career Actor, Singer, and Musician Lily Talevski

Success as an actor, singer, or musician is often attributed to luck, but there are many ways to increase your odds of success. From developing a clear vision for your future career to learning how to work like an artist, these strategies can help you become the best performer you can be. Some of the most important steps toward success are networking with other artists, perseverance, tenacity, and having an agent. There is also so much rejection and discouragement from this field, and you just have to laugh it off and focus on the fun. Otherwise, you will fall into depression. It is possible to be prepared with the right education and experience from college and then fail to be chosen for auditions. That’s why you must develop tools for accepting rejection and moving forward even through disappointment. In this episode, Lily Talevski shares her journey in her artistic career and how she has persevered to be featured as Rose Pierce in The Watcher Series on Netflix. One of he
15/12/202237 minutes 19 seconds
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Power Tips to Supercharge your Sales this Season - Be a Good Listener

Do you want to know what makes a really great salesperson? What takes a business owner from ordinary to extraordinary? Do you want to be that extraordinary person that people know, love, and trust? Do you want your clients to come back time and again for solutions whenever they need them? If so, this Tuesday's sales tip is for you.A sale starts with a conversation. Don't just do the talking - be a good listener and understand your customer's needs to make the best sale.Your customer wants to feel valued, seen, and heard above all else. If they find those things in the transaction with you, they will be more likely to tell their friends about your services andtheir amazing experience with you. In this third session, I will share with you the importance of becoming a good listener, one of the best sales strategy tips that will supercharge your business in this fourth quarter of the year. You don’t want to miss this! Snapshot of the K
13/12/202224 minutes 47 seconds
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The Time-Tested Principles for Improving Business Sales with Simon Severino

No matter the market conditions, you can always find ways to grow your business.Two important pillars that never change in business are time and money. You are either in business to help people save time or to help them make more money. Make sure you focus on these two pillars when creating your website or offer.Getting your sales game on point is key for success. Learn the time-tested principles for improving sales in your business and get ahead of your competition. Grow your business with Simon Severino. Learn the principles he uses to drive sales and create success in his own business.Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:30] What does Simon do to help businesses drive more sales?[03:13] How Simon discovered this sweet spot.[03:45] The two principles of business success.[05:27] Simon’s superpowers that have helped him in his coaching career.[05:56] One of Simon’s greatest accomplishments in life.
12/12/202214 minutes 48 seconds
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Leveraging your Superpowers to Succeed in Theatre with Erica Schwartz

Success in the theatre industry rarely happens overnight. Most people in live entertainment started as performers in high school or college, and then they developed their skills through their journey. When you see an artist who commands authority with their work, they have gone through years of refinement, leveraging other people and their unique superpowers. This episode is for you if you are passionate about following this path to your happy place.Two key success factors in the theatrics and entertainment industry are relationships and experience. Running a concert alone is impossible, so you need a team. You must learn effective communication, conflict resolution, and how to work with different personalities. Long-term success is related to your experience. Have a teachable spirit and be willing to learn from others who are better than you. Don't get discouraged when you make mistakes because that is how you learn. The more mistakes you make, the more you will learn and
08/12/202241 minutes 58 seconds
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Strategies for Grouping to Sell In Sets and Bundles

Most consumers don’t know what exactly they need. They have an idea of what they need but struggle to make a clear-cut decision quickly. Helping your customers make clear decisions is the key to getting them to buy your products right now, and selling in sets or bundles is a great strategy.Most salespeople use discounted prices, which is a great strategy, but you don’t have to discount the sale price to get more people to buy. People are not looking at what they can save; they are looking for what they need, a great customer experience, and ease in decision-making. When they don’t have to think and hunt for products, that saves them more time and helps them not to get confused when making purchasing decisions.In this episode, I share the steps to create and sell bundles that make your customers' experience better and their shopping decisions more straightforward. Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:04] Selling products
06/12/202216 minutes 53 seconds
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Being Proactive in your Wellness with Beth Shaw

Being proactive in your wellness is key to living a happy and healthy life. This means taking the initiative to make the changes you need to improve your health and focusing on prevention rather than waiting until you are sick.Proactive wellness starts with a plan, tracking your progress, and seeing how it's going. Make lifestyle changes such as eating better, exercising, maintaining a healthy weight, or cutting down on alcohol intake. We should strive to be healthy and our own wellness advocates. Live a healthy, happy, and balanced lifestyle through an inclusive approach to mind-body fitness. Meditations, breathing techniques, nutrition programs, and yoga are some of the ways of living healthily.In this episode, Beth Shaw shares her expertise and inspiring journey in wellness. She talks about how she has revolutionized the fitness industry by bringing yoga into the mainstream with her inclusive and impactful style of yoga for over 22 years. She has
05/12/202226 minutes 53 seconds
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How to Determine Whether It’s time to Leave a Job to Work From Your Happy Place with Sara McElroy

Are you in a job that’s draining your energy? One that stopped being satisfying long ago? One where you are feeling like you’re wasting your life? This is a reality for most people, especially women, who are unhappy in their current jobs. Maybe it's time to quit and start working from your happy place. Women are resigning from their jobs in record numbers. The factors that necessitate this great resignation are the culture of sexism, sexual harassment, a hostile work environment, and the lack of support for balancing work and home life.The fact is that there are a lot of choices that you can make to stop being overworked. You can always work smarter, change your work environment, risk going out on a limb with your job or career, or try new things for fun.In this episode, Sara McElroy shares her story of how she became a candidate for the great resignation and navigated her career journey to finding a happy place. She discusses the various reasons tha
01/12/202242 minutes 17 seconds
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Power Tips to Supercharge your Sales During the Holiday Season

One of the greatest challenges we deal with as salespeople is the fear of being pushy. However, there are some simple tricks and mindset shifts that you can use to overcome this feeling. These tips are not limited to salespeople but relevant for everyone. That’s because we are all, consciously or unconsciously, in the business of selling something in one way or another, whether it is selling yourself, a product, or an idea.The biggest tip is to always sell from a benefits point of view instead of a descriptive point of view. Descriptive selling means you describe the product in detail, while benefit selling involves clearly articulating the benefits a client will get from using the product. Effective selling always focuses on the buyer’s eye instead of the seller’s eye. In this episode, I share two power tips for how you can make the best sales during this season by getting more connected to your consumers at a personal level. Snapshot of the
29/11/202218 minutes 7 seconds
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Transitioning From Corporate Career To Entrepreneurship with Kelli Thompson

Transitioning from a corporate career to entrepreneurship can be a scary and challenging experience. However, getting clear about what you want, planning, and deciding where you want to go and how you want to get there will help make the transition easier. It will also increase your confidence, boost your energy, and keep you motivated to achieve.Clarity is a vital component of success for any entrepreneur. Recognizing what you want and what you are good at, getting it out of your head, and taking action will bring you freedom. Stop procrastinating! Believe in yourself, make that leap, and put your idea out into the world. No one starts at the top, so don’t discount yourself. You’re enough. You just need to step out of your comfort zone. It won’t be easy, but you will feel much more relieved and energized as soon as you hit that start button!Success does not come from analyzing it, overthinking about it, or sitting around and waiting for the perfect moment. Succ
28/11/202237 minutes 33 seconds
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Diversifying Your Career To Excel with Gregory Jbara

Diversifying your career means investing in yourself by developing a range of skills that are related to your field. This way, you'll uncover your interests, understand the type of work you truly enjoy, prepare for a bigger future, and excel as an artist.Taking on different roles in different platforms and mediums will help broaden your skill set and advance your career. It will also allow you to proactively get your face out thereThe easiest way to succeed as a beginner in any field is by being proactive. Taking every opportunity that comes your way to grow your skills and make a name for yourself will prepare you for the right opportunities when they come around. Don't shy away from humble beginnings. Remember, every job is an opportunity for excellence. That is where every successful artist begins. Step out, show up, and grab the opportunities in your path.Every gig you get, every job you get, should be protected and cherished. You never know what
25/11/20221 hour 13 minutes 7 seconds
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Gratitude - The Importance of Being Thankful

It’s our thanksgiving week here in the United States, and that gives us the opportunity to stop and show appreciation for everything and everyone in our lives. You can be grateful for anything you have, including your business, family, friends, and everything you possess. So, who are you thankful for at this time of the year, and are you ready to let them know? When we show more appreciation, we create a more positive environment. Making others feel valued and appreciated in our life and business will make them feel more valued and encourage them to “show up” more for us. Paying attention to the little things people do daily for you and your business and saying “Thank you” can go a long way. Showing gratitude doesn’t have to be something huge. It can be just as small as saying “Thank you,” as long as it’s sincere. Gratitude is also literally life-changing. Being thankful for what we have every day will not only transform our businesses, but it will a
22/11/202214 minutes 59 seconds
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From Actor to Full-Time Real Estate Investor with Matt Picheny

Finding your happy place is the best decision you can make in your life. Sometimes it will involve pursuing entrepreneurship. It can be a bumpy journey with many ups and downs, and it’s easy to get bogged down by challenges. We need to remember that those challenging times happen for a reason. They are teaching us life lessons and preparing us for life's challenges. It’s during these times when we are faced with our deepest, darkest fears that we have to find the courage to believe in ourselves and our dreams.The most successful people have learned how to embrace challenges and navigate their way through them. They find a lucrative, scalable passion and learn through the mistakes they make. Once they stabilize, they leave their 9-5 job and continue to grow their new business. In other words, they do not quit what they are currently doing to start something new. They quit once their side hustle is stable enough on its own. One of the ways to navigate your journey
21/11/202238 minutes 28 seconds
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Get Inspired by our Top 5 Artist Episodes of all Time!

Welcome to the final episode in our 500th episode celebration week. Getting to the 500th episode is not just a benchmark. It’s a great milestone in the development of our show, and we are thrilled and honored to have you following us on this journey. We’ve been dropping an episode a day all week as part of the festivities, and to help you celebrate with us, today I’m featuring the top five most downloaded artist episodes in the history of the podcast.We’re also excited to have an updated interview with one of the top 5 artists, Aaron LaVigne, on the show today. Aaron has been killing it since our last interview in 2021, and catching up with him was such a delight. He's a dynamic artist and such a joy to have on the show.In this episode, I share our top five artist artists and some of the best moments from the original interviews I did with them. Be sure to check out and tune in to all the other great shows we’ve done this week in celebration of our 500th episode celebration
18/11/202219 minutes 16 seconds
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Building A Thriving Career In Art with Clare Bowen and Brandon Robert Young

Opportunities don’t come from playing it safe or waiting until you become perfect and everything is right. Sometimes you have to trust it, do your absolute best, believe in yourself, bring the best work forward, and see what happens.Sometimes, the things that we think are perfect don’t always turn out to be great. Sometimes, it’s the gig, job, or song that you see as not ideal or unappealing that is going to push you to do the next level or the best work of your life.Great opportunities don’t usually come dressed as you expect them to be, and no matter how appealing or unappealing an opportunity looks, you will never know where it can lead you until you say yes to it. Saying yes to an opportunity and giving it your best is where the magic happens. Judging opportunities and thinking of them as less than ideal is an excuse for not giving your best effort.Stop worrying about making everything perfect, and start giving your best to every opportunity. Any
17/11/20221 hour 6 minutes 30 seconds
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Key Takeaways from our Top 5 Entrepreneur Episodes of all Time!

Celebrating the 500th episode is not just a benchmark. It’s a great achievement, and we are thrilled and honored to have you following us on this journey. If you are just coming to the podcast, I know you won’t have time to go back to the beginning and listen to all 500 episodes. So to help you get the “best of” the podcast and to help celebrate this milestone, I’m featuring snippets of wisdom from the top five entrepreneur episodes of all time from the podcast in this episode.Hopefully, these five amazing guests will inspire you as much as they inspired me. Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[01:33] Celebrating our 500th episode and how the podcast has changed over the course of 500 episodes. [06:32] Our top five entrepreneurs and what we talked about[06:44] 1. Chris Parker - The founder and CEO of WhatIsMyIPaddress.com, Ep.128[07:51] 2. Lydia Fenet - Why she was one of my favorite entrepreneurs. Ep. 172 <br /
16/11/202218 minutes 11 seconds
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Overcoming Imposter Syndrome And Walking The Talk

More and more people are talking about imposter syndrome, but it’s not new. Imposter syndrome is simply self-doubt and the fear that you are not measuring up. It’s what we think about ourselves and the stories we tell ourselves that convinces us that we are not good enough, worthy enough, or talented enough.The stories we tell ourselves are the ones we will believe, and often, we judge ourselves more than anyone else will ever do. Every day we wake up, we tell ourselves a story that is either serving us or holding us back from becoming who we’re meant to be. However, the good news is you can rewrite your story to change your life.If it’s your story that is holding you back, you need to rewrite your story by creating new habits and patterns that will support a story that will propel you forward. Rewriting your story is about changing your talk and implementing it by walking your talk.In this episode, I share my experience preparing for the 500th miles
15/11/202233 minutes 2 seconds
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Celebrating the 500th Milestone Episode with Pat Flynn - Finding your Space on the Internet

With the advent of the internet, building a brand and gaining traction with your target audience is easier than ever. Online businesses that offer an exceptional customer experience, a strong social media following, and the ability to provide helpful content and support services can thrive.The key to success is finding a way to stand out from the competition by offering something valuable they can't get anywhere else. In order to do this, you'll have to make it easy for people to find and connect with your product or services. You can create quality content, build relationships with people who share your interests, and build a tribe around these connections.In this episode, Pat Flynn, a successful father, husband, and entrepreneur who lives and works in San Diego, shares wisdom in this 500th episode. He shares the steps you can take to start an online business. He also talks about the saturated online space and what you can do to stand out. Sna
14/11/202237 minutes 4 seconds
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Persistence Pays Off with Aaron Tolson

We need to fail to succeed. If we take those failing moments and learn from them, we can accomplish so much.For every roadblock you hit, you need to figure out what is wrong, what you are not doing right, and what is needed.Success never comes easily, and there are a lot of hurdles that you need to overcome to achieve success. Your determination and persistence is the key to overcoming them.In this episode, Aaron Tolson talks about how to earn a living as a professional performer. He expounds on what it takes to be a professional performer today and the importance of failure in achieving success.Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:28] Aaron shares his background story and how he started his career as a dancer.[04:07] How important is it for artists to have a catalog of diverse talents?[12:25] As an artist, why is it essential to develop the never give up attitude to be successful? How Aaron handle
10/11/202246 minutes 52 seconds
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The Five D’s of Success: A Guide to Making Decisions, Taking Action, and Achieving Your Goals

Most people are overwhelmed. They’ve lost their motivation for doing anything. Especially since COVID, many people are still in limbo-land with their businesses, and they haven't really been inspired to focus and take action again.There are people who are redefining themselves, making new decisions, and taking new career paths, but lots of people are also just stuck right now. They’ve lost their passion for whatever they were doing and don’t know which direction to go in now.The primary reason for this is paralysis is not being able to make a clear and concise decision.Don't let life's detours stop you from finding your happy place.In this episode, I talk about the 5 D’s of success that have helped me in my own success journey.Key Learnings from this episode:The importance of making clear and concise decisions in order to achieve success.The need to redefine what success looks like in order to achieve it.<br
08/11/202216 minutes 54 seconds
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Recovering when Everything you have Pursued Suddenly Vanishes with Tim Hightower

Sometimes, life can put you in a position where your entire world has been turned upside down. You may feel hopeless and like there is no way to go on, and you may feel unworthy of ever being happy again. After a lifetime of following the rules, working hard, and living within your means, an illness or disability can take away everything you have pursued and you’re forced to start over.We must learn how to overcome these adversities in order to grow into the best version of ourselves and rise above the storms of life! We can do this by recognizing that we are resilient and strong enough to overcome the difficulties in our lives.In this episode, Tim Hightower, a 10-year NFL veteran, businessman, best-selling author, and philanthropist, talks about how you can rise above your storms. Get empowered to make a significant difference in the quality of your life and the lives of others.“Failures, challenges, and hurdles are a part of life. Since we ca
07/11/202238 minutes 54 seconds
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How To Build Your Network Through Cocktail Parties with Nick Gray

Networking is the key to success in every career or business, but what happens if you are not an incredible keynote speaker who meets a ton of people at events? It can become hard to make friends and even harder to build your network.As we get older, friendships become harder to form, and we lose more friends than we create. But we need them more than ever when we’re starting a business, growing our careers, or launching a practice. Our friends are our supporters. They are our cheerleaders and help us meet new people and build and expand our networks.Most new job opportunities and new relationships don’t come from our best friends. They come from our network of acquaintances, weak ties, or loose connections. Holding a party will help you build your network of acquaintances and connections that can help you build your career and grow your business.    In this episode, Nick Gray, the author of 2-Hour Cocktail Party, talks about all things parties, netw
03/11/202251 minutes 57 seconds
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The Secret to Finding your ‘Sweet Spot’ as an Artist with Victor Varnado

Everyone has a talent, but it’s not always easy discovering it, honing in on it, and crafting it into something that can be created and shared with others. Once we figure out what that talent is, we may want to make it happen, we may try to make it happen, but we often time end up failing to make it happen. Victor will share how you can find your sweet spot as an artist with the right mindset and self-discovery.To develop the right mindset, one must first discover who they are and what is important to them. With this knowledge, they can set goals aligning with their values. This self-discovery will help them be more successful in life, relationships, business & more.In this episode, Victor Varnado, a comedian, New Yorker cartoonist, and filmmaker who has created and produced for Comedy Central, TruTV, VH1, and NERDIST, talks about how he became a successful artist in film production. He paints the picture of why trial and error were the greatest hallmarks of his
31/10/202245 minutes 14 seconds
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Activating Your Passion And Making A Leap with Phantila Phataraprasit

So often, we feel intimidated and fearful when starting something new. If other people aren’t doing it, it can feel impossible to achieve. So many of us are afraid to try something new, it’s easy to let that stop us from trying. But moving past your fears and doing it anyway is the key to success. The path will be difficult and imperfect, but that is part of the learning process and the rewards are so worth it.Making your passion possible is all about taking action, making mistakes, refining your technique, and figuring out how to improve your strategy the next time you do it. Start by doing your due diligence and research to test what people care about and what they are looking for to ensure that your idea is profitable before taking the leap. Your business is your baby, so you want to ensure you know what you're getting into. In the beginning, you will probably have to wear all the hats, but learning to ask for help as you progress is what will help you move y
27/10/202236 minutes 36 seconds
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Becoming The Leader You Are Designed To Be with Shanna Hocking

So many of us feel conflicted and unhappy with the way we lead at work. Being the leader you were designed to be should not be a struggle.It is an opportunity to let people see that you can love your work and family and use the skills you bring to positively impact the lives of people around you.Leadership exists for others. It is lived on the inside and manifested in the action of our work. This means we need to know ourselves before we can lead with authenticity. We must understand what it takes to lead and be willing to play our part. We owe leadership a lot more than just showing up to give our best in our work. We should rise together by helping others and supporting our colleagues. That being said, we are not defined by our work and success alone. Leadership, whether in fundraising, business, or any other area, is a happy place when you keep your focus on your “why.” Doing this will help you make meaningful progress in whatever you’re doing, an
24/10/202236 minutes 34 seconds
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Living Your Dream and Doing What Inspires You with Michelle MacKay 

Tapping into your passion and taking your creativity in different directions allows you to embrace the changes and the seasons in your life. Doing what interests you now and pursuing what inspires you enables you to be adaptable and do things that work with your lifestyle at the moment. Working on your passion is all about getting yourself out there, allowing yourself to make mistakes, and connecting with your audience to deliver value. The internet has made it easier than ever to gain the traction you need to be a successful small business owner and create a living out of your dream. So many business owners opt to promote themselves and sell through social media vs. having a small storefront, which has given them much more success. However, in order to be successful with this, you have to be flexible with your strategy as the platforms are constantly evolving and changing.In this episode, Michelle Mackay, an illustrator, artist, and crafter, talks a
20/10/202234 minutes 57 seconds
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How To Create A Positive Experience In Your Car

What can we do to have a much more positive experience in our cars and make traveling easier?We often use our cars for carpool while taking kids to school, for traveling to the office, for taking us on vacation, and many for many other things. However, it can be very frustrating when our cars are disorganized, and we can’t find the things we are looking for. Keeping our cars neat and organized for everyone, including our kids, will make traveling easier and more fun.In this episode, I share the steps you can take to keep your car neater and make traveling easier for your entire family.  "Get in the habit of checking how you are doing once a month and what you want to replace in your car for creating a better experience in your car.” Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[01:56] Why our cars are important and how it can be frustrating when they are disorganized[02:26] Things that you can do t
18/10/20229 minutes 43 seconds
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Decision-Making Strategies with Andrea Liebross

Making decisions is all about moving toward your future self. However, your past and the present can keep you from evolving into the next version of yourself. Accessing your future self is important when making decisions, and it allows you to connect and move towards the feeling and reality that comes with fulfilling your dream.You will not always want to make a decision or put in consistent effort, but recognizing that we are all humans with a whole range of emotions and going for it anyway is a big win. When you make the decision, you have your own back, giving you a new level of confidence. There is no failure in making that decision; there is only winning or learning, which brings confidence, commitment, consistency, and accountability in getting the results.In this episode, Andrea Liebross, a certified business and life coach, talks about decision-making and how you can leverage your decisions to level up and scale to your next level of growth. She also exp
17/10/202237 minutes 51 seconds
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Stepping Into Your Super Power As An Actor with Ashley Blanchet

In business, especially the art industry, we face a lot of rejections, and it is easy to get ahead of ourselves or think that we cannot get where we want to be. However, when you are resilient, focused, and true to yourself, your dreams will come true in a way you might not expect, which can be more special than what you would have created for yourself. Sometimes we don’t see ourselves at different levels of success because of what people say and perceive about us. But taking power out of other people's hands and owning our own identity, regardless of how others see us, will empower us and change how we walk into a room.In this episode, Broadway actor Ashley Blanchet talks about how to step into your power as a woman (and a black woman) and how to own the your power and the things that make you different instead of shying away from them and trying to hide them from people. “People are all over watching, and if you have the integrity to do good
29/09/202246 minutes
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3 Tips to Make Mornings Easier for Working Parents

Do you want your children to have a successful morning routine? Do you dread the mornings because of the chaos that comes with getting your kids ready for school? If so, you're not alone.But there are some things you can do to make the morning routine easier for everyone. In this episode, my focus is on helping parents get their kids off to school on time. I know from personal experience that it can be a challenge to keep up with a morning routine, especially when you have kids.Key Learnings from the Episode:How to make the morning easier for parents with school-aged childrenTips for getting kids off to school on time.How to keep kids' homework organizedAbout the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and PodcasterShe has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful companies, she has helped thousands of ent
27/09/202210 minutes 24 seconds
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Banjo Playing Mastery with Max Wareham

We live in the age of information. Today you can go online, search for how to play banjos in the style of the Northwest or in North Carolina, and learn it. Traditionally, you had to physically find the people playing and spend some time with them to learn, but not anymore. However, with so much information, it’s easy to lose sight of the artists. So make sure you find the people who are actually playing and ensure whatever self-education you’re doing is supplemented with actual relationships. There is so much that can be transmitted through the relationship that cannot be transmitted in any other way. In this episode, Max Wareham, a banjo player, shares his journey in music and the lessons he has learned in his mastery process. Your dream in music, banjo, or guitar mastery is valuable, and it’s worth spending the time to make it happen.“It’s easy to lose sight, but it all comes back to the people and relationships.”Snapshot of
26/09/202228 minutes 51 seconds
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How Creativity, Curiosity, and Risk-Taking can help you Succeed with Kristina Snyder

Doing what you love, applying your creativity and curiosity, and being fearless in everything you do, whether starting a business, getting an idea, or exploring it, can help you take move forward in your career.Creative people are bound to face failures. That’s inevitable. But you need to be willing to fail and be a risk taker. Not allowing yourself to get stuck when you do have a failure, but instead focusing on bouncing back & trying new things will make your success journey easier and faster.In this episode, Kristina Snyder, CEO of Snyder, one of the world's best-known artist representation agencies, shares her story of how she found her way to success through creativity, curiosity, and risk-taking.“There is no failure; there are adjustments and recalculating.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[01:58] Kristina talks about her journey to becoming one of the world's best-known and most respected artist representation agen
23/09/202235 minutes 45 seconds
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How to Organize Your Emails and Paper Materials to Save Time

Are you dealing with any of this?Not being able to find things when neededFeeling overwhelmed by the amount of work you have to do each dayNot being able to stick to a routineAn unorganized mailbox and papers could be the reasons behind those issues.When your inbox and files are cluttered, it can easily become overwhelming, and sometimes you inadvertently miss critical messages or follow up commitments.If you have been struggling to keep up with your bills and manage your papers and emails, you're not alone and this episode is for you.In this episode, I share three tips that will help to organize your paper piles and sort your emails so that you only have to touch them once.Key learnings from the Episode:How to sort your email into three piles that can help you save timeWhat do you do next once you have sorted your emailsHow to keep your inbox declutteredHow to sort your papers i
21/09/202211 minutes 35 seconds
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The Impact of Empathy in Business with Jamie Hodari

Empathy in business helps you provide better solutions and build long-lasting relationships with your customers.When your products and services are focused on the solutions your target audience is looking for; you get to build stronger emotional connections with your audience.When Jamie Hodari couldn't find a professional workspace for an important meeting, he was inspired to create Industrious, a company that provides high-end, flexible workspaces for people all over the country. In this episode, Jamie Hodari talks about how the ability to empathize with their customers and understand what they need has been the key to their business success.Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:02] Jamie shares the background story of his company, Industrious. He talks about how his business has grown during COVID.[09:38] Jamie talks about the skillsets that helped him to build and run a successful business.[11:46] Jamie shares three tip
19/09/202235 minutes 35 seconds
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Rediscover Yourself with an Experiential Vacation with Geetika Agrawal

Through travel, you open the door to embrace new experiences and re-emerge as a new individual.Going on a vacation helps you to stay away from your familiar routine and shift your life. The experiences you get from traveling can be life-changing.Whenever you are doubtful about the right way forward or find your daily schedule overwhelming, the best thing you can do is to take a break from your everyday life and go on an adventure.Such trips not only help you to rejuvenate, but it also helps you to rediscover yourself. You get to learn and experience something new about yourself and also get an opportunity to sharpen your skills.In this episode, Geetika Agrawal discusses the need to go on a vacation. She also talks about how she helps people to rediscover themselves by going on a vacation with an artist.“A perfect vacation is a perfect time to connect and find yourself.”Snapshots of the Key Points from t
02/09/202235 minutes 24 seconds
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How to become a Successful Entrepreneur With Travis Rosbach

Owning a business is great, but making your business gain a good reputation, stand out in the marketplace, and sustainable in a competitive environment is a tall order for most entrepreneurs. As an entrepreneur or up and coming business owner, there are key elements that you must consider to remain relevant in your niche. And how can you archive and learn all these components? In this episode, Travis Rosbach talks about his success journey, accomplishments, and challenges. His success story will motivate your entrepreneurial journey and positively affect your approach to your business. “The books you are reading now will build the future you.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:28] Travis shares his background story. How was he drawn to the business side?[09:47] Why is it important to stay curious? Travis talks about how curiosity influenced his success.[11:41] Travis digs deep into his superpower
25/08/202234 minutes 15 seconds
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How Weekly Meal Preparation Can Save you Time and Cultivate Healthy Habits

Every working woman essentially has two jobs, and both demand equal time and attention. There’s her actual job, with all of the demands her work places on her, and then there’s her personal life and all of the demands of managing a home and family With so many roles and duties, finding enough time to get both jobs done well can sometimes become challenging. But with proper planning and some time-saving hacks, it’s possible to stay balanced and have enough time to live your best life in both roles.Food preparation is one of the biggest activities that eats up a lot time every week.Think about:How much time you spend planning your meals for the day and how much time you spend preparing meals daily. If you’re like most women, it’s a lot of time and effort.Well-planned meals save time and stress, making meal preparing easier.Preparing your meals in advance not only saves you time, but also helps you to stay healthy.<br
23/08/20227 minutes 46 seconds
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Live a Lasting Legacy with Lisa Robbin Young

It’s every artist's dream to build a lasting legacy, but few artists actually do. Those who do differentiate themselves from other artists because they consider their art as not just art, but also as a business.You can be excellent at what you do, but if you fail to monetize it and build your empire, your success will always be limited.Mastering your craft as an artist is important, but knowing how to promote it to the right audience is crucial to your success.In this episode, Lisa Robbin Young talks about how you can become a successful artist and live a lasting legacy that future generation will treasure."To become a successful artist, you first must overcome something that is stopping you from taking action."Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:180 Lisa shares her background story and talks about how she started her musical journey.[04:12] Why do most artists struggle with the business side of a
22/08/202235 minutes 5 seconds
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A Simple Time-Saving Hack to Get Rid of Frustrations

When it comes to time management, I often share tips on managing your work better in order to become more productive. But not many people talk about how to be more organized at home or in other areas of your life. Our work is just one part of our life. If we want to save time and be productive, we must also ensure that our time is well managed in the other areas of our life as well.If you think carefully, you will find that most of the time, you run out of time because your time was wasted on something mundane. Maybe breakfast preparation took longer than usual or you couldn’t find your watch and spent time looking for it. Maybe you can’t find your car keys before leaving home in the morning. Now think about the time you spend looking for them and the irritation and frustration that goes along with being late for work or an important meeting because of it.In this episode, I share a simple, time-saving tip that has helped me save tim
17/08/20225 minutes 12 seconds
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Establish Your Credibility by Being Authentic with Mitchell Levy

Credibility is the foundation of any successful brand and business.Credibility distinguishes successful business people from those who don’t succeed.Establishing credibility helps you build long-lasting relationships with your clients. If they respect you, they’ll vouch for you and continue doing business with you.Authenticity is the only way to foster credibility. You cannot build credibility by being inauthentic.To establish credibility, be honest, show people who you are, and stay consistent.In this episode, Mitchell Levy talks about the importance of establishing credibility for your business and how to do that by being authentically yourself. He also shares his journey as a TEDx speaker."You build credibility by being authentic and showing people who you are.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:33] Mitchell shares his takeaways from interviewing 500 thought leade
15/08/202238 minutes 28 seconds
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Transform Your Relationship with Money from the Inside Out with Hanna Bier

Hanna Bier founder and CEO of Money Bliss. She works with ambitious women all over the world to recreate their relationship with money in a life-affirming, positive and loving way. Hanna spent seven years trying to answer the question: Is it possible to create wealth without compromising our health, wellness and/or happiness. Can we actually create abundant lives while living a life of joy?Happily, the answer is a resounding YES. And this is the work she now does with clients.
She also has a podcast she just started called Unravelling Money.As an energy healer, family-constellation expert and certified life coach, she has woven her diverse skill set into a proven, and innovative capacity to allow her clients to transform their relationship with money from the inside out. Her clairvoyant abilities allow her to quickly discover the deepest money blocks in people's energy systems. Once these blocks are released through her proprietary
11/08/202235 minutes 2 seconds
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How to Maximize Your Efforts and Organize Your Time During the Fall Season

As the summer is wrapping up and we are approaching the fall season, it is a great time to get organized and prepare yourself both at home and at work to get maximum results from your time.The fall season is generally the busiest time of the year for almost everyone, with the kids returning to school, prospects returning from vacations, and customers ready to talk about their plans and needs.For businesses, this is the time to kick-start and prepare for the hectic holiday season and meet final deadlines before ending the year. So as a business owner, it becomes crucial that you are & organized and have a clear plan in place.With the holiday season and the end of the year right at the corner, this is the time when there are huge opportunities for every business to acquire new customers, increase sales, and grow their revenues.Opportunities are enormous, but how you utilize them will affect this year’s numbers and goals fo
09/08/20227 minutes 40 seconds
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Living Your Best Life with Liz Brunner

An Emmy award-winning journalist, Liz Brunner’s television career spanned 28 years and featured many memorable highlights. Along with co-anchoring the #1 rated 6 pm newscast at ABC-TV, WCVB NewsCenter 5 in Boston, she conducted exclusive one-on-one interviews with prominent figures ranging from professional athletes to global political leaders including President Barack Obama as well as cultural icons such as Oprah Winfrey.In 2013, Liz excitedly embarked upon her next chapter, becoming the CEO and Founder of Brunner Communications and launched BrunnerAcademy.com in 2020. Both are dedicated to helping people find their authentic voice, tell their story and lead with presence.An expert communications coach, motivational speaker, Liz is also the host of the Live Your Best Life with Liz Brunner podcast. Liz guides her guests to share their stories of self-discovery and re-creation.Episode Summary -Everyone has a deeply-rooted desire to live a
04/08/202236 minutes 20 seconds
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10 Tips for Growing a Successful Business

Starting a business is easy. You become a business owner by choosing a product or service to offer, a name, and some branding.Many people start a business thinking that just by turning on their computers, they will start making money. It’s not long before they get a big reality check and realize that building a successful business can be complex and challenging.Starting a business and building and running a successful business are two entirely different things.A successful business combines good strategy, skills, and flexibility.You need to have a proper plan regarding what you want to do, how you can achieve it, and what skills you need to develop. It’s also imperative that you learn to be flexible to adapt to all of the unexpected situations you’re sure to encounter.In this episode, I share the top 10 tips that have helped me grow a successful business.Though there is no formula for instant success, but you can b
02/08/202225 minutes 46 seconds
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Kickstart an Inspiring Next Chapter of Your Life with Jennifer Arthurton

Jennifer Arthurton is the creator, and founder of Old Chicks Know Sh*t, a community and podcast (of the same name) designed to inspire and support midlife women in chasing their dreams and creating their kick-ass next chapter.
In addition, Jennifer is an empowerment coach, podcast host, writer, and speaker.

Episode Summary -Many women who are over fifty consider their careers to be set, with no possibility of changing or starting something new.They give up on their dreams and start judging their capability to start over.
Throughout their lives, most women do things out of duty and obligations, and when they hit midlife, they suddenly realize they’ve spent their life making other people happy and often haven’t done anything that makes them happy. But very few women see this as an opportunity to change their situation.
Women have seen this modeled since childhood. We have grown up seeing our mothers and grandmothers live their lives
01/08/202230 minutes 31 seconds
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Create Your Journey Within with Kelly Smith

Kelly Smith is a globally celebrated yoga and meditation teacher, E-RYT 500 /YACEP, founder of Yoga For You, and host of the iTunes chart-topping podcasts, Mindful In Minutes and Meditation Mama.Kelly specializes in the non-physical limbs of yoga and is best known for her master trainings in meditation, restorative yoga, and yoga nidra and her international retreats.Kelly’s earliest experience with yoga was physically stretching to train as a college athlete. Kelly even skipped Savasana at the end of yoga classes – she would roll upher matt and walk out the door!But when Kelly turned 16, her mom was diagnosed with cancer. That’s when she had her first exposure to slower, more mindful yoga practices. As her mom’s primary caregiver, she began joining her for restorative and gentle yoga. These sessions not only brought them closer, but they also were Kelly’s first experience of any yogic benefits outside offlexibility and mobility.

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28/07/202231 minutes 6 seconds
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Master the Art of Listening

Most people think that effective communication is only about talking. But that is just half of a conversation. Most often, people forget the other part, which is learning to be a good listener is the other half.Most of us are good at talking, but when it comes to listening to the other person, we fall short.If you want great and effective conversations, you must master the art of becoming a good listener.When you pay attention to what others are saying, it helps you understand the other person's perspectives, have better conversations, and allows you to provide them with better solutions.By becoming a good listener, you start having more fulfilling and transparent conversations. It can also reduce the chance of misunderstandings.How often have you experienced having a conversation and later not being sure what the conversation was about or maybe realized that you skipped some critical points of the discussion?Lack
27/07/202223 minutes 11 seconds
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The Power of Aligning Customer Needs with Your Business - Fran Maier

Fran Maier is CEO and Founder of BabyQuip, the leading baby gear rental service, serving families traveling to over 650 locations in the United States, Canada, and beyond.
She is a "Super Founder" and brand builder with over 25 years of experience building B2C and B2B internet businesses. She is best known for her 10+ years leading TRUSTe (now TrustArc), the leading privacy trust mark and compliance provider, and as Co-Founder and first General Manager of Match.com.
Fran speaks widely on several topics relating to women in business, including opportunities for women in the collaborative economy, addressing the lucrative family travel segment, women in entrepreneurship and on boards. She serves as an advisor to many start-ups including Portfolia, Women’s Start-up Lab, Sign-up.com, Kango, and Dabbl.
Fran is featured as an expert in the documentary film about entrepreneurship entitled “She Started It.” With Emmy Award winning journalist Kym McNicholas,
25/07/202232 minutes 44 seconds
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Design Your Own Life with JoAnna Hartzmark

JoAnna Hartzmark is the Founder and CEO of Revelle, an e-commerce brand sitting at the cutting edge of fashion and technology.JoAnna is a champion of women, serving as a change agent to facilitate meaningful success in their lives. JoAnna’s empowering work has been applauded in press and podcasts, spotlighting her efforts to shift the paradigms of the fashion industry by creating a solution that balances the need for both tech and humanity.
Episode Summary -To live a fulfilled and happy life, you must be the master of your own life and be willing to take risks and do what you feel is right. So don’t live a life where things are happening to you, but rather choose to live a life where you make things happen for you.If you don’t like your job, just quit and do something else. If you are a lawyer and want to start your marketing company, just do it. You don’t have to do something just because others are doing it.Be focused
21/07/202233 minutes 36 seconds
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What is the Worth of Your Words

How often have you faced a similar situation when someone promised things to you and simply didn’t get it done?Adhering to what you say and doing it when you say it shows your commitment.Often people fix up appointments and don’t show up; this shows that they are not committed to what they say and creates an impression on others that they should never trust them.The fundamental of building a successful business relationship is keeping up with your commitment. This assures others that they can count on what you say, which is the basis of building a long-lasting relationship.In this episode, I talk about the importance of honoring your commitment and how it can cost you if you don’t honor what you say.Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:08] Why do most people get into trouble with commitments? How does it affect others, and How it costs your business?[08:38] Why do most people fail to keep up with their c
20/07/202222 minutes 23 seconds
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Elevate Your Brand Through Podcast with Jeremy Slate

Jeremy Slate is the founder of the Create Your Own Life Podcast, which studies the highest performers in the world. He studied literature at Oxford University, specializes in using podcasting and new media to create celebrities, and was ranked #1 in iTunes New and #78 in the iTunes top 100. He was named the #1 Podcast to Listen to by INC Magazine in 2019, as well as being named a Top Influencer by Forbes.After his success in podcasting, Jeremy Slate and his wife, Brielle Slate, founded Command Your Brand to help entrepreneurs get their message out by appearing as guests on podcasts.
Episode Summary -Since podcasts began to gain popularity a few years back, they’ve exploded and becoming a crucial platform for any business. From businesses and influencers to celebrities, it seems that everyone has their own podcast.
That’s because podcasting is one of the best ways to reach your target audience and increase your brand awareness. It also hel
18/07/202229 minutes 34 seconds
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What Makes a Successful Entrepreneur with Sean Castrina

Sean Castrina is a serial entrepreneur, having started more than 20 companies over the last 20 years, and still seeks to launch a new venture annually.He is the author of 4 bestselling business books, including 8 Unbreakable Rules for Business Startup Success, The Greatest Entrepreneur in the World, Developing The Entrepreneur Within, and World’s Greatest Business Plan.
He hosts one of the most popular business podcasts on the planet- The 10 Minute Entrepreneur.

Episode Summary -Do you know that 3 out of 5 Americans want to start their own business, and around 20% of new businesses fail within the first year?The biggest reason for business failure is starting the wrong business.There’s a myth that working for something about which you’re passionate is the path to becoming a successful entrepreneur.
It’s also well known that the entrepreneurial journey is not easy. Entrepreneurs handle lots of setbacks, stress, an
14/07/202229 minutes 46 seconds
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Change Your Story

Do you feel like you’ve reached the end of your rope and can’t take it anymore?Does it feel like nothing is going right?Do you feel like giving up on your business?The more you think and say these things to yourself, the more you will stay frustrated, depressed, and burned out.Every business has its ups and downs, but complaining and focusing on the negative won’t do any good for you or your business.The story you tell yourself is the one you believe.To change your situation and outcome, you need to first change your story.In this episode, I talk about how the story you tell impacts every area of your life and how you can change your story.Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:02] Why does it seem like many people getting overwhelmed lately?[03:36] How an assessment helped me to come out of burnout[06:54] How to shift your beliefs[07:48] How to change
12/07/202214 minutes 8 seconds
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Generating Predictable Online Sales with Liam Austin

Liam Austin is the co-founder of Entrepreneurs HQ and a virtual event strategist, having launched over 15 virtual summits, dozens of quick workshops, and many more online events, hosting over 400 speakers whilst educating 100,000+ business owners through his programs.
"Virtual Events That Sell" is his 6-week implementation program which makes it easy for you to create your own high impact virtual events, from workshops and masterminds to summits and conferences, with the end goal of selling more of your high-ticket offer (includes how to blueprint, validate and sell your new program.)Liam is also the creator of the Million Dollar Virtual Summit Program, where he partners with select clients to generate seven figures.

Episode Summary - Online sales have been a buzz for many years, but the pandemic essentially forced every business to embrace online selling.Since then, many businesses have doubled (and even tripled) their revenues th
11/07/202235 minutes 51 seconds
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Your Intuition is your Superpower with Yiqing Zhao

Yiqing (yee-ching) is an award-winning actor, filmmaker, and creativity coach for artists and entrepreneurs.
She is the founder and CEO of Fearless Cutie Pie Productions - an all-women production company dedicated to telling cathartic stories with strong Asian female leads.
She found her calling in helping people with their minds and souls through storytelling after a miserable failure in a depression study when she was a medical student in China.She helps heart-driven multi-hyphenates get unstuck, overcome burnout, and create more balanced, meaningful, and fulfilling lives.
Episode Summary - 
What do you do when you have to make an important or difficult decision?Most of us look for help outside ourselves, either asking someone we trust or seeing out help from experts.
We tend to allow our over-thinking, fear, and bias to lead us to ignore the superpower we all have available to us, our intuition.When confused or
07/07/202234 minutes 29 seconds
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Enjoy Your Summer by Maintaining Your Business

The summer has arrived!This is the time during the year when most people want to take a complete break from their business for the entire summer, doing no business, no work, nothing. If you’re at all serious about your business, taking two to three full months off is not possible. If you do, you’ll either end up losing business opportunities, or you’ll end up not taking a break.And both are wrong.The all-or-nothing mentality doesn’t work, especially for entrepreneurs. To enjoy summers, you must set your priorities in advance and find a way to work your business around your summertime life and schedule. But you cannot just let go of your business. In this episode, I talk about how you can take off during summer without feeling guilty and still maintaining your business."How you look at it and approach it defines your mindset.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:27] Why do mo
06/07/20227 minutes 52 seconds
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Utilizing Your Time Efficiently with Jennifer Smith

If Jennifer Smith is right, the way anyone shares how-to knowledge is about to change forever. A former VC and McKinsey consultant turned accidental CEO, she interviewed more than 1,200 business leaders on a quest to understand everything there is to know about processes, best practices, and productivity. Now with her startup Scribe, she’s empowering people to own their processes by building the world’s first operating system for know-how.
For as long as she can remember, Jennifer has been fixated on finding better, faster ways to get work done. That obsession led her to a career in consulting at McKinsey, where she spent seven years getting paid to uncover the secrets and shortcuts behind companies’ highest-performing employees. From there she moved to Silicon Valley VC firm Greylock, picking the brains of over a thousand CIOs, CDOs, and CXOs in an effort to understand their biggest operational pain points.She was shocked to find that despite advances in technology,
04/07/202239 minutes 47 seconds
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What makes a Good Leader with Bob Tiede

Bob Tiede is an accomplished leadership expert, author, and blogger who has served on the leadership team of Cru for fifty years.Bob Tiede has been helping people work from their happy place for a decade. His Leading with Questions approach teaches leaders to be "serial askers" instead of "serial teller." By doing so, leaders discover barriers to progress and workflow issues while fostering a healthier, more productive workplace. Thanks, as always, for your time.
Ten years ago, Bob Tiede stumbled upon the book that changed his life: Power Questions by Jerold Pans and Andrew Sobel. After reading about the value of asking questions, and thinking about his 40 years as a leader, he had an epiphany: He had spent his entire professional life as a benevolent dictator, “telling” instead of asking in his personal and professional life.Eager to share his knowledge, Bob started a blog, Leading with Questions (see the press kit here). Nine years and more than one thou
30/06/202240 minutes 1 second
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“Mastering your Craft Series” Part 5 – Believe in Yourself

This Five-part series talks about how you can get what you want and be the best version of yourself. Part 1 – I shared an overview of the “mastering your craft” triangle and how you can create a triangle for yourself.Part 2 – I shared strategies on how to master your talent.Part 3 – I talked about the importance of work ethics.Part 4 - I have talked about how to alter the art of Networking.Episode Summary - Most people struggle because of their mindset.Of course, skills are essential, but not believing in themselves can be the biggest reason people fail.Phrases filled with self-doubt like, “I can’t,” “Not possible,” “I could never succeed at that,” can keep you from growing and keep you stuck.There are endless possibilities if you truly believe in yourself have confidence that you can make it.In this episode, I talk about the three essential areas for self-belief and how to boost self-confid
29/06/202239 minutes 41 seconds
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Productivity Hacks for Winning the Week with Demir Bentley

Demir Bentley is a productivity expert as well as co-founder of the Lifehack Method. Through his seven-figure productivity company, he serves as head coach, teaching clients hard-hitting efficiency techniques and proven accountability strategies that have helped clients generate millions in revenue while saving thousands of hours. In the past seven years, he’s helped more than 50,000 professionals, including executives from Facebook, Google, Uber and PepsiCo, who want to prevent burnout and create more freedom in their lives.Demir's expertise has been highlighted in Forbes, Bloomberg, Entrepreneur and more. His areas of expertise include time management, downsizing and optimizing meetings and self-mastery. Prior to co-founding Lifehack Method, he worked on Wall Street where he figured out how to whittle his 80-hour work week down to two hours a week. He now lives a nomadic lifestyle with his partner and co-founder, Carey, and their two-year-old daughter. They are currently
28/06/202239 minutes 16 seconds
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[REBROADCAST] Amy Downs – Survivor, CEO, Triathlete

One of our most popular episodes: Amy Downs is CEO of Allegiance Credit Union (formerly Federal Employees Credit Union) in Oklahoma City, which lost more than half of its employees in the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, the deadliest domestic terror attack in our nation’s history.In the years since the bombing, Amy became a mother, lost 200 pounds, competed in an Ironman Triathlon, obtained her MBA, and became CEO of the same credit union that was bombed. Though an inspirational subject in national and local media for more than two decades, Amy’s message has shifted from her survival of the bombing to her radical transformation in the aftermath.Amy lives in Oklahoma City and is a frequent speaker across the country.
21/06/202256 minutes 53 seconds
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The Non-Traditional Way with Michael Shaw

Surrounded by the Northern Rockies' majestic beauty and rugged wilderness, songwriter Michael Shaw worked as a horseman and wilderness ranger in Western Montana for more than a decade. That unpredictable natural landscape—and the isolation that goes along with it—shapes his debut album, “He Rode On.”
With a swagger in his vocal and a sharp eye for detail, Shaw brings authenticity to “He Rode On,” as everything he references on the album—from living off the land to cheating death—is rooted in the truth. Shaw’s captivating songwriting can be directly traced to his own experiences in the West. Yet, his stories are universal, whether he’s delivering a rowdy barroom anthem or a meditative song about losing a loved one.

Episode Summary -We often get carried away with what others have done and try to replicate that in our lives.
But this can never guarantee success and happiness.It’s a much better plan to just do what you want to do, something you ar
10/06/202243 minutes 19 seconds
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“Mastering your Craft Series” Part 4 – Mastering the Art of Networking


This Five-part series talks about how you can get what you want and be the best version of yourself.
Part 1 - I shared an overview of the “mastering your craft” triangle and how you can create a triangle for yourself.Part 2 - I shared strategies on how to master your talent.
Part 3 - I talked about the importance of work ethics.
Episode Summary -“Your Network is your net worth” is an extremely common quote used in business. The stronger your network, the faster you can grow your business and take it to the next level.To build a successful business, "who you know" becomes more crucial than "what you know." Networking for your business can make or break you.Here’s how a strong network can help you in business growth:
You generate new leads - Every time you add a new connection, it opens the door for new business opportunities and referrals.It increases your visibility - The more people with whom you
08/06/202224 minutes 20 seconds
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The Way To Living A Legendary Life with Tommy Breedlove

Tommy Breedlove is a Wall Street Journal & USA Today bestselling author, Featured Keynote Speaker, Business, and Mindset Coach.As a Premiere Leadership, business, relationship, and mindset coach who is a regularly featured keynote speaker at global events, Tommy started his 20-year corporate career at one of the largest financial consulting firms in the world and eventually became a shareholder of the International Practice Leader, and a member of the board of directors for one of the largest public accounting and financial firms in the southeast U.S.At the top of his career, Tommy experienced a transformational moment inspiring him to walk away from the corporate world to change his life and follow his true calling. Tommy now serves clients and audiences everywhere by empowering them to build and live Legendary Lives. He guides people to discover a life of significance without compromising their drive or ambition. The simple tools he shares show them how
06/06/202231 minutes 27 seconds
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In The Era of Women's Empowerment with Jane Finette


Jane is a passionate advocate for women and girls, a non-profit leader, and an author.In 2014 Jane founded The Coaching Fellowship (TCFS), a non-profit organization helping advance young women social change leaders and their work throughout the world.A 2020 Women Forward Gold Award winner from the Business Council for Peace, Jane’s passion, expertise, and two decades of experience is anchored at the intersection of community building and human potential.Some of her past work includes senior leadership roles in building community at global organizations such as Mozilla, eBay, Sotheby’s, and Gooru, reaching hundreds of millions of people.A leadership expert and Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), Jane has dedicated her life to achieving equality for women — empowering them to create impact and build the world of tomorrow, today.
Episode Summary -For the past couple of decades, we have seen a steady increase in w
02/06/202237 minutes 27 seconds
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“Mastering your Craft Series” Part 3 – How to Build a Strong Work Ethic

This series covers the four things you need to master to make your dreams a reality.In Part 1, I discussed the “mastering your craft triangle” and how to create the triangle for yourself.In Part 2, I talked about how to master your talent, which is at the top of the triangle.Episode Summary -Success is a journey that comes with challenges and failures, and it’s your strong work ethic that will help you overcome every obstacle and persevere until you get the results you seek.Your strong work ethic will be the driving force that will help motivate you to always be at the top of the game.If you lack a strong work ethic, you run the risk of letting your clients down, which will make them lose confidence in you and negatively impact your business.In this episode, I talk about the three parts of a work ethic that you need to master to turn your dreams into reality.“Nothing comes easily
31/05/202225 minutes 2 seconds
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Lead Generating Tips through Online Marketing with Matt Holmes

How do you measure the effectiveness of your online marketing? Is it through the number of views or the number of shares?
The metrics around the number of Views, Shares, Likes, and Comments all determine the effectiveness of your content, but they don’t tell you much about the performance of your online marketing efforts.
The number of leads you generate is the one metric you can use to determine the effectiveness of your online marketing strategy.Your content might be highly engaging, but if it is not helping you generate leads, it won’t help you in your business growth. Because without leads, you won’t have the opportunity to convert your prospects into customers.In this episode, Matt Holmes shares some quick tips on lead generation through online marketing. He also talks about the importance of building personal connections with your customers for your business growth."The fastest way to get information is through people.”

30/05/202232 minutes 3 seconds
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Tips on Maintaining Well-Balanced Holistic Health with Dr. Shannyn Pearce DC

Dr. Shannyn Pearce, DC is a Doctor of Chiropractic, a Holistic Health Coach, an author, and a nationally known speaker and educator with a passion for women's hormones, thyroid disorders, and autoimmune issues.
After being diagnosed with fibromyalgia at a young age, she began her lifelong quest to find non-medical answers to common health issues. Dr. Shannyn is married to her best friend, Dr. Justin Pearce, has 2 kids, and a 7 figure business online.
In the process of building this amazing life, Dr. Shannyn experienced something a lot of high-achieving women face: total burnout. From that breakdown, she pivoted her focus to work exclusively with successful women who want to prioritize their health and create full-life freedom.
Shannyn has an incredible story about how she went from feeling hopeless with her own health problems, even as a doctor, to finding non-medical answers and creating full-health freedom.
Episode Summary - We are all in a r
26/05/202233 minutes 37 seconds
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“Mastering your Craft Series” Part 2 - How to Master Your Talent?

This series discusses the key elements you need to master to live a successful life. In Part 1, we have covered an overview of what it takes to make your dreams come true. Episode Summary -Do you focus on developing your skills and becoming better at what you are doing?If you are not continuously developing, this can be a big concern for your business and dreams.And this is one of the biggest mistakes most business people make; they get so engaged in running their business that they stop learning and developing themselves.
We are in an era where everything is constantly changing, and it is through lifelong learning you can stay ahead & get an edge in your entrepreneurial journey.In this episode, I am expounding the first point from the mastering your craft triangle, and this is Talent. I discuss the importance of talent and how you can master your talent.
“It is only continual learning that
24/05/202219 minutes 17 seconds
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Know Where to Begin When Writing and Publishing Your Book, with Chandler Bolt

Chandler Bolt is an investor, the CEO of Self-Publishing School & SelfPublishing.com, Forbes 30 Under 30, and the author of 7 bestselling books including his most recent book titled “Published.”.Self Publishing School has been an INC 5000 company for the last 3 years in a row as one of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the US.
He is also the host of “7-Figure Principles” podcast and “Self Publishing School” podcast.
Episode Summary - Everybody desires to write a book, but most of them don’t even know where to begin. And for those who know where to start, it becomes difficult for them to navigate the best way to publish their books
Knowing where to begin, how to begin, and what to begin with is the essential direction of an ambitious author.
There are key guidelines and factors that should be considered to make your book writing and publishing skills outstanding.
In this episode, Chandler bolt shares some nuggets o
23/05/202229 minutes
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Accelerate Your Business Through Online Marketing with Heather Hargrove

Heather is an army veteran and former corporate disruptor that has taken her skillset of working in fast-paced environments and transformed it into systematic and automated strategies that aid online coaches, drowning in a sea of to-dos by getting rid of the tech mambo jumbo and allowing them to increase their income and impact without all of the fuss. 
She is a self-described dork who loves to dance around the house with headphones and give back to the community by making TikTok videos and working from home so she can have more time with her kids.
Episode Summary - Online marketing has become the backbone of many businesses. 
For any upcoming or growing business, everybody needs to create and build their online presence to grow their business and take it to the next level.The online space is overcrowded, but with the right online marketing strategies and tools, you can give a tough fight, reach your audience globally cost-effective
19/05/202234 minutes 53 seconds
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Mastering Your Craft Series Part 1 - Overview of Making Your Dream a Reality

In this Episode of Tuesday tip, I introduce a new series, “Mastering Your Craft”. The series will comprise five parts where I will share with you the key things you need to make your dream a reality. 
The first part of the series is “The overview of making your dream a reality”.
Episode Summary
As an ambitious entrepreneur with goals and dreams to have a successful business, just know your journey to make your dream a reality won't be easy. You will face various criticism that will lower your self-esteem, and if you let them affect you, you will obviously give up. But the challenge lies in how you stand out, and this is what will make your dreams a reality.In this episode, I share an overview and discuss how you can make your dream a reality. Also, I discuss the key elements that can assure success in your business/career if well put into action.
“Networking is all about who you know or how many people are you connected to.”
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17/05/202217 minutes 42 seconds
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How She Changed Her Life’s Trajectory with Carrington Smith

Carrington Smith is a single mom, Attorney, business owner, and executive search professional. Despite being born with a silver spoon in her mouth, life gave her a hard kick in the tail. She has survived sexual assault, two divorces, piles of debt, abuse, religious mind games, the death of loved ones, and the loss of close friends.
In her debut best-selling memoir “Blooming”, Carrington combines wit and wisdom to share her journey through the hard times, with a positive attitude and a shift of mindset, into a life bursting with joy, opportunity, and purpose. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and Tulane Law School, Carrington resides in Austin, Texas, with her two teenage boys.

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What happens is not always in our control, but how we respond to it changes our life’s trajectory.
And this is exactly what Carrintong Smith has done with her life; she didn't let all the traumas, situations, and expectations determine her
16/05/202236 minutes 36 seconds
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 Building My Half Million Dollar Online Business through Content Marketing with Kevin Kwan

Kevin Kwan used content to grow his tiny gym back in 2009, from renting half a basketball court to two 5,000 sq/ft facilities in 2012. He then launched his own successful online nutrition program in 2012 while running both gyms.In 2017 he left the gym business to take a bigger calling to help other coaches amplify their message and used his skills to turn complex coaching topics into attention-grabbing content that leads to enrollments.
Today, he shares his in-the-trenches wisdom from inside his own program using his own proprietary content creation frameworks to help coaches enroll more sophisticated clients from their Facebook Groups and Email lists. Coaches hire Kevin to nail down the message psychology on how to attract, connect and enroll more sophisticated clients from their Facebook Groups and Email lists.Kevin has an inspirational story of how he built a half-million-dollar business that broke all of the conventional rules of online business.
12/05/202229 minutes 55 seconds
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The “Be” Series Part 3 - Be of Service

In this series, I am discussing the different adjectives that you need to “Be” that will help you be more proactive, productive, and honestly be a more well-rounded human being, which can help you have a successful business.These are all included in our planner; you can check out our collections at https://workfromyourhappyplace.myshopify.com/collections/all

Episode Summary - Service guarantees you conversion in your business.Being of service is a win-win situation for everyone.
Whether you are on a sales call, or you are interviewing to recruit a new team member, or giving feedback, etc., when you focus on the benefits for the other person, the communication becomes engaging and fruitful.
In this episode, I am talking about how to be of service to other individuals and the things required to be of service to other individuals.
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10/05/202212 minutes 8 seconds
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The Amazing Journey of Gourmet Veggie Burgers with Hailey Swartz

Hailey Swartz co-founded Actual Veggies, the first veggie-only burger brand free from preservatives, fillers, and additives, during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020. Prior to founding Actual Veggies, Hailey served as the Product Lead for Alibaba North America, where she established a North American presence for the world’s largest B2B trading platform. Using her expertise from her time at Alibaba, Hailey has helped Actual Veggies grow rapidly over the past two years, despite launching during the pandemic. Hailey continues to be a female force in an industry dominated by men. The company will soon be expanding to other retail stores, including Aldi, and will introduce a new variety, called “The Actual Breakfast Burger” later in 2022.Episode SummaryIn this episode, Hailey Swartz talks about the birth, challenges and how they have managed to maintain their image on the market. After Her co-founder, Jason Rosenbaum had stopped eating mea
09/05/202230 minutes 35 seconds
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Self-Care Should Be Your Top Priority with Sabrina Noorani

Sabrina Noorani was born and raised in East Africa and moved to Miami, FL, when she was eight years old. She always had a passion for science and math, so she attended and graduated from the New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business.In 2017, she ventured into the skincare world after developing a debilitating skin allergy and struggling to understand the ingredients that were affecting her and causing irritation to her skin. This was the inspiration that led to creating ClearForMe. Through this platform, she can encourage clear beauty transparency and introduce a new, trusting way for consumers to make educated decisions about their skincare.
Episode Summary -Self-care helps you to maintain good physical, mental, and emotional health. The entrepreneurship journey is never easy; you have to deal with new challenges almost every day. Working long hours, dealing with different challenges, and balancing personal life is wh
05/05/202237 minutes 14 seconds
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The “Be” Series Part 2 - Be Supportive

In this series, I will discuss different adjectives that you need to “be” that will be helpful for your business.
These are all included in our planner; you can check our collections at https://workfromyourhappyplace.myshopify.com/collections/all
Episode Summary -
During these trying times, we all look for support from each other.
Do you sometimes feel unheard?Have you experienced reaching out to a person for support but ended up only talking about them?Have you ever felt “this is not what I was looking for”?Life throws us different challenges in business and personal life and having the right support system can help us smoothly sail through those challenging times.And this is what others expect from us; being their support system during difficult times.With the right support, an individual can cope up with the situation
04/05/202214 minutes 21 seconds
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Stop Surviving and Start Thriving as a Leader with Susan MacKenty Brady

Susan MacKenty Brady is the Deloitte Ellen Gabriel Chair for Women and Leadership at Simmons University and the first Chief Executive Officer of The Simmons University Institute for Inclusive Leadership. As a relationship expert, leadership wellbeing coach, author, and speaker, Susan educates leaders and executives globally on fostering self-awareness for optimal leadership.Susan advises leadership teams on how to foster a mindset of inclusion and create cultures of equity. She is the author of two acclaimed books on leadership and co-author of the forthcoming Arrive & Thrive: 7 Impactful Practices for Women Navigating Leadership (Spring 2022). Susan has been featured on ABC’s Good Morning America and has keynote or consulted at over 500 organizations worldwide.

Episode Summary-Being a leader who inspires and impacts other's life is always challenging.Everyone gets an opportunity to become a leader, but no one teaches how to become a gre
20/04/202235 minutes 19 seconds
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How to Breakout of Your Burnout with Sharon Grossman

Dr. Sharon Grossman is the author of the international bestseller, The 7E Solution to Burnout: Transforming High Achievers from Exhausted to Extraordinary. She’s the founder of the Exhausted to Extraordinary™ Model and over the past 19 years has helped over 500 physicians, entrepreneurs, and executives reshape their thinking and go from fried and frazzled to energized and exhilarated.

Episode Summary -Burnouts are becoming common for most people, especially after COVID, when everything seems uncertain.The worst part of burnout is that you cannot see it coming, but it can affect your health, business, and life for a lifetime if not addressed properly.Poor Performance, Low in Energy, Confusion, Disengagements, etc., are some of the effects of burnout that can impact your growth.
In this episode, Dr. Sharon Grossman talks about how burnout affects our life, and she shares some strategies on how to overcome burnout.

“As a
19/04/202251 minutes 9 seconds
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The “Be” Series Part 1 - Be Present

In this series, I will discuss what things you should be doing at what time of the year that is important for your business
These are all included in our planner, and right now, we are offering it at 40% off. You can also look at our gratitude journal. We have seen 40% more people who use a gratitude journal alongside the planner achieve their goals. You can check our collections at https://workfromyourhappyplace.myshopify.com/collections/all

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When is the last time you have spent the entire time being present at the moment without any other thoughts?
With so many things on your plate, do you struggle to be focused on the present? This is what everyone is going through.And this is one of the primary reasons you end up being productive.In this episode, I talk about the importance of being present and share some tips on sta
06/04/20229 minutes 15 seconds
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Bringing Out Your Expertise Through Podcasts with Andrew Allemann

Andrew is the founder of PodcastGuests.com, a platform that connects podcasters with guests for their shows. He also publishes Domain Name Wire, a trade publication for the domain name industry.He is a lifelong entrepreneur with a specialty in niche media. He started my domain name industry trade publication in 2005, and it has been cited in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, on NPR and others. He started a podcast dedicated to domain names, which led to creating PodcastGuests.com in 2016 to solve a problem he had: finding new and unique guests for his podcast. The service now has over 30,000 users.

Episode Summary -The podcast has been a growing platform, especially after the pandemic.It is an excellent tool to build your expertise and build impactful relationships with your audience.
Starting a podcast is not the biggest challenge, but growing it is definitely the most challenging part.
Reaching the right
04/04/202235 minutes 16 seconds
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Great Ideas Come By Isolating Your Needs with Melissa Boloña

Melissa Boloña, actress, model, nutritionist, founder, and CEO of Beauty & the Broth, recognized the power of bone broth from the inside out; however, she felt that bone broth offerings lacked accessibility and innovation. To fill this gap, Melissa took matters into her own hands, dedicating 2 years to R&D, testing countless ratios and recipes in order to make sure that each batch of Beauty & the Broth tasted homemade and nutritious.
It was during this time that she discovered that her recipes in a concentrated form were the best and most optimal way to conveniently get bone broth into her customers’ hands. 

Episode Summary - Some of the great ideas never get implemented because of the fear of failure.We all are very well aware that if you want to achieve something, you need to be able to take risks, but most of us get so much caught up with the fear of failure that we are too afraid to start something new.
Imagine what would happe
31/03/202232 minutes 12 seconds
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How Engaged Are You?

How do I increase engagements with my audience?Why don’t people engage with my posts?Wow, your post gets so much engagement; what is the strategy you follow?This is what I hear most people struggling with.Increasing your engagements with your audience is crucial for your business growth in this social era, where everything happens online.But before you understand how to increase your audience's engagements, I want you to answer, “What are you doing to be engaged?”We all complain about not getting sufficient engagements from our audiences, but are we engaging?This episode discusses why your engagement is essential for increasing engagement with your audience.How you engage will result in how much your audience will engage with you.“The more people are engaged, the chances of converting them as your customer increases.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[
29/03/202211 minutes 3 seconds
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Building Authentic Relationships with Consumers with Joel Bines


Joel Bines is managing director and co-head of the Global Retail Practice at the business consulting firm AlixPartners. He is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading operational strategists with a 30-year track record of improving performance at retailers, brands, and consumer companies.Among the media that look to him for analysis are The New York Times, Business Insider, CNBC and the Wall Street Journal, among others.He is also an author of the No.1 Best Selling Book “The Metail Economy”

Episode Summary -A negative review is always fearful & heart-breaking for any business owner.But the question lies in what you do after you receive a negative review? Do you ignore it, or do you try to rectify it?In today’s technology era, where all the pieces of information are available at the tip of our fingers, a negative review can affect your business.
In this episode, Joel Bines talks about how to engage with
28/03/202239 minutes 53 seconds
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Nothing Happens Until You Make It Happen with Ryan Kinder

Ryan Kinder is a country/rock singer-songwriter that has accrued more than 100 million streams by steadily building a fan base through electrifying live shows, exceptional musicianship, and a sound he describes as “riff-roaring rock with a side of sweet Southern soul.” 
Ryan has toured with John Fogerty, ZZ Top, Zac Brown Band, and many others and has also shared the stage with Eric Clapton, Gary Clark Jr. and Steve Windwood. His debut album ‘Room to Dream’ is out now everywhere you listen to music!

Episode Summary -If you are waiting for the right time to come, it will never happen.People like Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, or you pick up any successful person you will find they dint wait for things to happen; instead, they have worked hard to achieve what they wanted to. 
Working long hours without hesitance, not giving up, being focused on your goals, being consistent, and being committed are some of the traits required to make th
24/03/202250 minutes 16 seconds
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Virtual Full Service Checkout - Provide a Full-Service Customer Experience Online

Shopping at an offline store becomes easier because of the sales consultants.When we are guided and suggested by sales consultants, the shopping experience becomes comforting and delightful.Have you ever wondered how to provide this delightful shopping experience to your customers online?In this episode, I talk about how you can provide a consulting approached virtual checkout experience for your customers.And the first step is to know how well you know your customers?Do you know by being customer-need focussed, you can increase your sales by 60%. But the biggest mistake most people make is they are too much product-focused."To suggest the right product to your customers, you need to ask a series of good questions.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:06] What is the most frustrating thing about selling online?[02:51] An example of how offline and online checkout
22/03/20228 minutes 29 seconds
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The Fighter Mindset - How to withstand every situation & circumstance is the key to success with Doris Hobbs

Doris Hobbs is a San Francisco East Bay native with 15 years of integrated marketing experience across luxury fashion & beauty, business, entrepreneurship, and diabetes awareness.
Considered as a leader in her field, Doris has been featured as a keynote speaker & host for Sacramento Women’s Expo in addition to is also the internet host of Dose of Doris found on YouTube.
Globally known as the “Glamorous Diabetic” for her ongoing advocacy efforts for both Type 1 & 2 Diabetes, she has gone beyond her diagnosis refusing to wear it as a sympathy garment; instead she seeks ways to refashion how others perceive the autoimmune disease.
Apart from her media partnerships and accolades, Doris is dedicated to supporting start-up brands and businesses enhance their reputation as an accessible luxury brand. Her hobbies include: dynamic strength-training & cardio fitness, modeling, writing, mindfulness and travel.
Episode Summary -As an entrepreneur, th
21/03/202233 minutes 41 seconds
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Age is never a Factor with Shanti Hershenson

Shanti Hershenson’s first two novellas were published when she was in the sixth grade, although her writing journey started long before then. Ever since she could hold a pencil, marker, or crayon, she was creating stories. They started from pictures, mere scribbles, and eventually, turned into captivating tales. 

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“I am too young for it.”“I am too old for it.”“I am not sure how people will react to it.”“I don’t think this is the right time.”All these are not reasons but just excuses to satisfy yourself.There is never the perfect time of being successful.If you intend to achieve it, if you are committed to it, and if you believe you will, nothing can stop you from achieving what you want. In this episode, Shanti Hershenson talks about her journey of becoming a best-selling author just at the age of 14.She is a true example of what your passion and dedication can make you ach
17/03/202236 minutes 52 seconds
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Random Actions Get Random Results: Be Intentional

Are your actions aligned with what you want to achieve?“Random acts get random results, so be intentional.” - This has been a mantra that I have been following throughout my career. It has been one of the biggest contributors to my business success.How many times you have experienced that you say something and you end up doing something else.Not tracking your actions can become one of the biggest reasons you have not achieved what you want.In this episode, I discuss the importance of taking intentional actions and tips on how to be intentional.“For many of us, we are a lot busier in our heads than we are in real life.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:25] Why do people fail to achieve the results they want?[03:15] Two most essential things required for your business growth.[03:32] The difference between systems and schedules. And what mistakes do most people make th
15/03/20228 minutes 39 seconds
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Together We Grow with Lisa Nicole Rosado

We Are Women Owned is the go-to platform for discovering, shopping, and supporting women-owned brands. Whether you’re a consumer who wants to be more intentional about spending your hard-earned dollars with women-owned businesses or an emerging entrepreneur looking to expand your reach, WAWO has everything you need.
After founder Lisa Nicole Rosado left her job as a retail buyer in New York City to build a blog and boutique, she struggled to find a welcoming, supportive community for emerging business owners like her. So… she created one! That’s how the We Are Women Owned Sisterhood was born.
Today, in addition to the Sisterhood Community, WAWO is home to the Small Business Directory and a series of virtual and in-person pop-up events. In other words? It’s the destination for women makers, do-ers, and curators + the people who want to support them.

Episode Summary -Community is a wonderful platform to grow your business in terms of getting new custo
14/03/202235 minutes 36 seconds
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Stop Thinking and Make It Happen with Adam Shoenfeld


Adam Shoenfeld has balanced a career as a first-called studio musician with a spot in Tim McGraw’s touring band for the last nine years. He’s also fostered rising talent as a co-writer and producer while nurturing a couple of musical side projects of his own, namely Digital Brains (a band influenced by rock and punk) and SunKat (a 70’s pop-rock inspired duo with his wife Katie Cook).As concerts dried up during the pandemic, Shoenfeld channeled his creative energy into writing songs and producing a solo record in his home studio, pulling together the textures of classic rock, power pop, and adult alternative. By collaborating with those bands, he says he found his own voice too – one that he’s proud to lend to the release of his first solo album, All the Birds Sing, in Winter 2021.
In 1994, at 20 years old, Shoenfeld moved to Nashville and soon integrated himself into the music community. He formed a band with “Big Kenny” Alphin called LuvjOi, which became one of the m
10/03/202233 minutes 55 seconds
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Springing Into Action

Spring is right at the corner, are you all set to scale up and grow your business?Right from multi-dollar businesses to vendors, spring is the right time to grow your business.Birds signing on the tree, the grounds are ready for plantation to grow new plants. Is your business prepared with new plans to reach new customers?Spring is the perfect time for new plans, strategies, launching new products, and summer is the time to swing your business & scale-up.Spring is the perfect time to attract and reach your target audience so that you can nurture them and increase your sales in the summers.In this episode, I talk about how you can prepare your business for spring so that you swing and hike up your business during summer.“Spring is the time when most of the people make new decisions about doing new things.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[01:43] What is the right thing to do
08/03/20228 minutes 10 seconds
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Stop Treating Yourself as a Victim with Michelle Dickinson


Michelle E. Dickinson is a Wellbeing Strategist and passionate mental health advocate. She is also a TEDx speaker and a published author of a memoir entitled Breaking Into My Life.
Michelle goes first and sees herself as the bridge that helps people get comfortable with their mental health so that they reach out and get the support they need before they hit a crisis. She makes it ok to not be ok and thrives on making a real difference in the lives of others – especially around their wellbeing.
After years of playing the role of child caregiver to her bipolar mother, Michelle embarked on her own healing journey of self-discovery. She went on to spend years working to eradicate the mental health stigma within her own workplace by elevating empathy and compassion, causing more open conversations, and leading real change in how mental illness is understood. She was instrumental in building the largest and fastest growing employee mental health employee resource group while at h
07/03/202233 minutes 26 seconds
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Resilience is the Key to Success with Michael Stein

Michael Stein is an entrepreneur, actor, writer, director, producer, stand-up comedian, and personal development expert.Michael is the founder and CEO of Abadak Inc. A company that he started with zero money and has since made 100+ million dollars.Started his entrepreneurial career when he was 19 years, becoming the #1 young nightclub promoter in Los Angeles.Michael has acted and worked with multiple Academy Award-winning actors, filmmakers, producers, and fortune 500 leaders and is the host of the Long Shot Leaders Podcast.Episode Summary -How strong is your willpower?How do you handle difficult situations?Do you consider yourself a victim of situations?Every person and business has to face difficulties; nothing can happen smoothly.A person who has a strong resilience power succeeds, and others give up.In this episode, Michael Stein shares his inspiring s
03/03/202240 minutes 12 seconds
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How To Be An Optimist

How many of you have noticed when something goes wrong suddenly, everything around us doesn’t seem to be right?That is human nature.We cannot avoid ourselves from feeling bad, but we can definitely control how we react to it.By thinking negatively, you can never expect to get positive results.In this episode, I talk about optimistic vs. pessimistic and how to control our mindset to get better results. I talk about why writing a gratitude journal every day is important.How you feel and what actions you take are completely in our hands.Now is the perfect time to be aware of your thoughts and take actions that will move you forward towards success."Gratitude is a habit that you need to continue practicing.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:43] An example of how my gratitude journal helped me become an optimistic person during difficult times.[05:54] How a g
01/03/202212 minutes 14 seconds
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Helpful & Simple Tips To Stay Healthy with Jennifer Helene Popken

Jennifer Helene, M.S. is an international expert in health and wellness. She is immersed in cutting-edge nutrition, fitness, and spiritual thought leadership.She is a serial entrepreneur and builds programs for health coaching, lifestyle change, and mentoring programs; training the trainers. Former FORD model, MasterChef (FOX TV) cast member, mother, seeker of truth, she runs Purposeful Ventures a company that is helping Moms succeed in revitalizing their life, relationships, businesses, and health.She loves making healthy food taste great.Episode Summary -Success and health work side by side. It is challenging to live a successful life if you are not healthy.You will never find any successful person who is unhealthy.And what we eat defines how healthy we are.With so many food options available, most of us have forgotten what healthy eating is in this modern era. All we care about is the tas
28/02/202240 minutes 22 seconds
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Thinking Differently Creates the Momentum with Nicholas Prufer

Nick is the chief creative officer of The Lunar Company, a fictional podcasting company with a focus on bringing attention to fictional podcasts through its app Apollo and the original content the company produces. Through the pandemic, together with two co-founders, he has built a creative storytelling company from the ground up, creating both an internationally renowned award-winning fiction podcast and a platform for all creators within the fictional podcasting space.Earth Eclipsed, directed and created by himself, was the first Lunar Company project and has won multiple awards around the world. It was an official selection of Tribeca, gold winner of the New York Radio Awards, 5-time winner of the Lovie Awards, 4-time winner of the Filmhaus Berlin awards, and more (About Us - Earth Eclipsed).
Apollo is an app for iOS and Android designed by the Lunar Company as a platform for all fictional podcasts. Completely free and available now on the app store. Working with t
26/02/202249 minutes 7 seconds
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Do Something Memorable

Are you someone who prefers to sit behind and watch everyone perform, but you are too shy to get up on the stage?Are you afraid of trying something new with the thought of what others will say?Are you someone who stands alone with a glass of wine and watch others in an event?If any of this is you, you are missing many opportunities to build wonderful relationships with others.In this episode, I share my experiences how I have created some wonderful memories for others and have built some amazing life-long business relationships by getting out of my comfort zone.Please don’t shy away from doing something memorable, even something silly.People love to hang out with people who are fun, enthusiastic, positive, and who are ready to get out of their comfort zone.So don’t be afraid to try something new or do something silly. Get out of your comfort zone and build many great relationships.Abou
24/02/202214 minutes 7 seconds
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Passion Drives Results with Drs. Ben and Sean Behnam

Drs. Ben and Sean Behnam are dedicated hair loss and hair restoration specialists. Dr. Sean is a renowned, Board Certified Hair Transplant Surgeon and his practice revolves only around hair loss. His philosophy is to perform one procedure a day to be sure he provides the best quality hair transplant. Dr. Ben is a Board Certified Dermatologist who specializes in medical hair loss management, such as oral and topical finasteride, minoxidil and dutasteride.Drs. Ben and Sean Behnam are dedicated researchers, innovators and mentors. Most importantly, they are artists. A great hair transplant requires detailed artistry. They spend the time designing a hairline that suits you. Their goals and philosophies revolve around providing the most artistic results and the highest quality care. They perform only one surgery a day to make sure that neither they nor their staff are rushed.Episode Summary -Your passion is the secret key that drives your ener
22/02/202230 minutes 30 seconds
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When You Are Determined The Magic Happens with Carol MacConnell

Carol is a contemporary artist who runs her art business seemingly 24 hours a day. 
She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts and started her career working for many years in marketing and advertising for large corporations. She became a full-time artist and has built a successful business about 20 years ago.

Episode Summary -
Building a successful business as an artist seems impossible. This is what you will hear most artists saying and complaining about all the time.The truth is that they lack the passion for building a successful business.
In today’s episode, Carol MacConnell shares how her determination has helped her build a successful business in arts. She also shares some insightful strategies for building a successful business in fine arts.If you are determined, you will find a way out and achieve it no matter what the situations are.
 “The first step of building a successful business in arts is to stop
03/02/202233 minutes 14 seconds
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Finding Your Voice is the Secret of Becoming a Successful Speaker with Caroline Goyder

Caroline Goyder's global reputation as a speaker and voice coach is built on her warm, engaging, relaxed and highly practical style. Her TEDx on the 'Surprising Secret to Speaking with Confidence' has been viewed 9 million times and rising. You can watch this TEDX at The surprising secret to speaking with confidence | Caroline Goyder | TEDxBrixton. Caroline's new book Find Your Voice unpacks and develops the secrets for speaking with confidence explored in this hit TEDX talk.
For free resources, interviews, and brand new video and audio training which share practical skills for confidence, gravitas and influence, plus Caroline's new digital course designed to up your impact in meetings you can visit Caroline Goyder video courses - Caroline Goyder
Caroline is a sought after expert speaker and trainer by senior management within high profile organisations as well as private individuals. Caroline worked for over a decade at the celebrated Royal Central School of Speech and Dra
25/01/202233 minutes 36 seconds
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Your Individuality is the Most Valuable Tool with CONOR RYAN


Conor Ryan is a California-raised actor and singer living in Manhattan.Since graduating from the University of Michigan’s musical theatre program in 2014, he’s been on Broadway in ROGERS & HAMMERSTEIN’S CINDERELLA and in the original off-Broadway casts of DESPERATE MEASURES (Outer Critics’ Circle nom.) JOHN & JEN (opposite Kate Baldwin), and THE FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE at the Public Theatre. You can listen to all those cast albums on Apple Music and Spotify.He has originated roles in the regional world premiere productions of BLISS (5th Avenue Theatre), MY VERY OWN BRITISH INVASION, BENNY & JOON (Paper Mill Playhouse), and INTO THE WILD (Encore Musical Theatre), in which he played Chris McCandless (select songs on YouTube). He’s performed on television with John Legend and Sara Bareilles in NBC’s JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR: LIVE IN CONCERT. 
Episode Summary -Creating your space in the artistic world is difficult, but the best tool you have
15/01/202240 minutes 44 seconds
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Part 1 of Three Parts of a Goal - Create a Vision Board

Goals Setting is the first step towards success.If you cannot track your progress, you will never be able to grow. Goals are the milestones towards your success.Anything is achievable but only with a clear goal & plan.In this three-part series, I will share the steps on how to set goals and reach your goals.Episode Summary -The first step towards achieving your goals is creating a vision board.How will you feel after achieving your goals? How will it change your life and business? How do you see yourself?Creating a vision gives you more clarity on your goals, what you want and why you want?In this episode, I talk about how to create a vision board that motivates and moves you forward towards your goals every day.“Having a vision and setting a vision is the most important piece of goal setting.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:<
11/01/20227 minutes 22 seconds
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The 5 year Journey of Work From Your Happy Place Podcast & What’s in Store for 2022

As our podcast completes 5 years journey this year, it’s an emotional milestone for me.Thank you for being a part of this journey.It becomes an essential step to look back on your journey so far to continue what you have been doing great, make the required changes, and stop doing the things that need to be discontinued.In today’s episode, I am reviewing the 5 years journey of the podcast with you and talking about the new & exciting things that are stored for this year.“When you have some level of expectation, you can handle anything no matter how challenging or difficult it is.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:05] Why ”Dream” will be the word for me for 2022.[04:53] Reviewing the 5 years journey of Work From Your Happy Place Podcast.[12:34] What are our plans for 2022, and how you can benefit from them.[14:55] 10 most common answers we got from people about what w
10/01/202228 minutes 55 seconds
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Your Smile Builds Your Confidence with Dr. Victoria Veytsman

Dr. Victoria Veytsman is one of New York City’s premiere cosmetic dentists, merging health, beauty and science to create beautiful smiles for patients of all ages. As the youngest ever graduate of New York University’s College of Dentistry, Dr. Veytsman is highly experienced in a variety of specialties including whitening, implantology, cosmetic dentistry, and general dentistry.
A native New Yorker, Dr. Veytsman is actively involved with the New York community and founded her private practice, Cosmetic Dental Studios, in the heart of Manhattan. She is a proud partner of Operation Smile, The Bowery Mission, and Boarding for Breast Cancer.Her celebrity clients include Katy Perry, Dascha Polanco, Hailey Bieber, Tyler Cameron, Tayshia Adams, Angela Bassett, multiple Miss New York, and Miss America winners, and the New York Giants cheerleading team.
Dr. Veytsman has also been featured as a smile expert in BRIDES, Yahoo!, The Today Show, and more.

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06/01/202247 minutes 25 seconds
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Breaking Down Your Goals

Happy New Year!!!Every year we all set Goals and New Years Resolutions, but only 10% of us gets to achieve our goals & fulfill our resolutions.In today’s episode, I share with you the strategies to reach your goals & fulfill your resolutions.Setting 10-year goals and breaking them has been the secret of my success, and I want to share the exact strategies with you.The most important thing in achieving your goals is breaking them down, which most people fail to do.Let’s make 2022 a year of growth, success & fulfillment.“What gets tracked is where you see growth.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:41] The need to set specific goals on your vision board.[04:01] How have my goals changed every decade?[06:16] Why is it important to have a 10-year goal?[08:09] What do you need to do to achieve your yearly goals, and why do 90% of the people give up
04/01/202217 minutes 15 seconds
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Becoming an Authentic Leader with Lance Tanaka

Lance is the founder of the Lance Tanaka Group that provides executive coaching for the “best of the best” global and local companies in Asia, US, and Europe. He has accumulated over 17,000 coaching hours of 800+ executives. 
He has published three books - Stories from the Top, Tend Your Garden, Dream and Achieve and the host of 2 podcast series - Tanaka in Three and Stories from the Top.He has been a former executive in Pepsico for 15 years and Nike-Cole Haan for 4 yrs.Episode Summary -
Being the head of the business is exactly like being a ship captain; how you sail your business will define your success. You need to set examples for your team. 
Leadership is not about giving instructions; it is all about influencing & motivating people.Most people have a wrong notion that being a business owner makes them a successful leader, which is absolutely wrong. As a business owner, you might know what needs to be done, but it is you
03/01/202238 minutes 31 seconds
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How to Use Internet Content that will Help You Rise to the Top with Dr. Lynda Ulrich

Dr. Lynda is the ultimate kind of connector. She sees possibility everywhere and is an expert in fitting seemingly stray parts together; instincts sharpened by a life as a global traveler, an exceptional artist, and early adopter of technology.
She is the founder of Ever Widening Circles (EWC), a Global Positive Media Company that began, in 2014, publishing thousands of articles and links about remarkable insights and innovation going uncelebrated. That simple idea has grown into a collection of media platforms that offer us all a new worldview, and most importantly, an opportunity to embrace a role as a leader in opening a new era for us all.
With a bestselling book, a beautiful app, a podcast, an Education Website, TEDx Talk and the recently launched Conspiracy of Goodness Network, she is being interviewed by news media markets that reach millions of people around the world.

Episode Summary:
As per research, a person's average daily social media u
30/12/202149 minutes 39 seconds
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It’s Time to Start Dreaming Again in 2022

The past two years have been a roller coaster ride for almost every business. And now is the time of change, and come back to the driver’s seat and drive your company in any direction you want.In this episode, I discuss how to reflect on your year 2021 and prepare for 2022 to make it grand.The year 2022 will be a year of change, growth & possibilities. So to take utmost advantage of every opportunity to make it grand, you need to be well prepared.“For business growth, it is important to find out what are the areas of your business that you are lacking that you could find a person to be able to fill that hole.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[04:34] How I reflect on my year and how it helps me prepare for the coming year.[05:05] The role of our workspace in our success.[06:05] The “Three Buckets” process of goal setting.[07:59] The role of a team member in your business growth & How to
28/12/202113 minutes 47 seconds
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Finding Your Roots with Wendy Wilson Spooner

Wendy is a Genetic Genealogist by day, a writer by night, and an artist in between.
As a professional genealogist, she unearths incredible true stories that are much more exciting and inspiring than fiction. And she believes in finding our ancestors, learning from them, honoring them--even if they really struggled--and then standing on their shoulders to become a better person. 
She has written the best-selling new release historical fiction novel, Once Upon an Irish Summer, to turn people's hearts into their own family trees. And as far as art? She is a national 1st place award winner in the American Heritage contest. She had the winning painting on display in Washington D.C. in 2018. Now she serves as the National Vice-Chair for the American Heritage contest over 12 subcategories of art & sculpture.

Episode Summary -Knowing your family history helps you to create your unique identity.
When you find out the struggles and challenges your ances
27/12/202137 minutes
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Positive Attitude is the Way Forward Towards Success with Dominique "Dom" Brightmon

Dominique "Dom" Brightmon, DTM is an award-winning speaker and certified member with the John Maxwell Team. He is the bestselling author of "Going North!: Tips & Techniques to Advance Yourself", "Stay the Course: The Elite Performer's 7 Secret Keys to Sustainable Success" and contributing author for "Crappy to Happy: Sacred Stories of Transformational Joy".Dom hosts the Going North podcast, a top-rated self-help podcast that interviews authors from all over the world. His mantra is to advance others to advance yourself.

Episode Summary -Being positive does not mean you need to have a smiling face; it is about being in the positive frame of mind no matter how challenging the situations are.Our thoughts are food for our mind and having a positive attitude enables us to have control over our thoughts.The most powerful thing we have is our positivity; you can change any situation and achieve any desired result by having a positiv
23/12/202131 minutes 36 seconds
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Part 4 of Four Things Successful People Have In Common - Successful People Sets Goals

Part 1 - We have talked about successful people have big dreamsPart 2 - We have talked about successful people are enthusiastic, energetic, and confidentPart 3 - We have talked about successful people have a positive mindsetEpisode Summary - In the concluding part of four things successful people have in common, I talk about the importance of goals and how you can achieve your goals & never give up on your goals.One question which I often find people asking me “I don’t know what is wrong; I work hard daily still, it doesn’t seem I am going anywhere?” And the biggest reason behind this is they don’t exactly know where they are going and where they want to go.Successful people are very strict about setting goals and laser-focused on reaching their goals. They ensure that their everyday actions are moving them closer to their goals.A goal is like a roadmap towards your success journey; you achieve a
21/12/202113 minutes 29 seconds
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Grow Your Business by Building a Happy Work Environment with JENN LIM

Jenn Lim is the CEO of Delivering Happiness (DH), a company she and Tony Hsieh (the late CEO of Zappos.com) co-founded to create happier company cultures for a more profitable and sustainable approach to business. Delivering Happiness started as a book (New York Times and WSJ Bestseller which sold one million copies worldwide) and evolved into a business consultancy and global movement that has impacted and inspired companies and organizations around the world. 
Jenn’s mission is both simple and profound: to teach businesses how to create workplaces—led with happiness and humanity—that generate more profit, sustain all people at every level of the organization, and share how we can make an impact by being true to our authentic selves.
“You need to create an environment for your people where they can be true to themselves.”

Episode Summary -Your company’s work culture determines the success of your business.As an e
20/12/202146 minutes 23 seconds
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Expand Your Brand with Audio Branding with David Ciccarelli

David is the Founder and CEO of Voices, the #1 creative services marketplace. Established in 2005, Voices has been the world’s destination for all things voice over for more than 15 years. More recently, it has expanded to include translation, audio production, and music services in its freelance marketplace platform.As Chief Executive Officer, David is responsible for setting the vision, executing the growth strategy, creating a vibrant culture, and managing the company on a day-to-day basis. He is frequently published in outlets such as The Globe & Mail, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal. 

Episode Summary -What you hear is more powerful than what you see.While visual branding, like your brand color, images, etc, you get to attract your target audience, but with audio branding, you get to create a deeper connection with your target audience by tapping the power of sound.
In this episode, David Ciccarelli talks about the importan
16/12/202136 minutes 39 seconds
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Part 3 of Four Things Successful People Have In Common - Successful People Have a Positive Mindset

Part 1, we have discussed about successful people are dreamers and how it helps themgrow.Part 2 talked about the importance of enthusiasm, passion, and confidence for achievingsuccess.Episode Summary -What we think that we become.Success journey is not easy; there will be many roadblocks &amp; hiccups; your mindset willhelp you overcome all challenges.Successful people always have a positive mindset irrespective of what they are goingthrough, differentiating them from others.In Part 3, we will talk about the importance of having a positive mindset for achievingsuccess.I share three tips on having a positive mindset and growing your business.“To keep a positive attitude surround yourself with people &amp; things that bring you joy.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:22] Why is it essential to have a positive attitude for success?[03:41] I talk about my “Half-Gla
14/12/202117 minutes 40 seconds
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Grow Your Online Business with ANDY ISOM

Andy Isom helps people build their own brands on Amazon. Along with his wife and business partners, they have built their brand to over $1 Million in sales in less than 2 years.After many years of research on different online business models like youtube, social media, drop shipping, courses, coaching, and e-commerce, he now coaches other entrepreneurs on what works and what doesn't for each of these models and what it takes to succeed at a high level.

Episode Summary -After the pandemic, the online business world is getting more competitive & busy every day.You need to know the right strategies, tools, and processes to stand out.In this episode, Andy Isom shares some valuable tips and strategies on how to stand out in the noisy online world.
“Your Commitment, Mindset, and Determination are the Key for Success.”

Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:
[02:48] Andy talks about his journey of
13/12/202152 minutes 43 seconds
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Your Style Represents Who You Are with ELSA ISAAC

Elsa Isaac is an NYC-based fashion + image stylist who believes style is really all about self-expression.A seasoned pro with 18 + years in the fashion industry, the east African-born stylist has built quite a noteworthy portfolio, having bestowed her stylish magic on everyone from Marie Forleo to Lenny Kravitz; Katie Couric to Kris Carr. Nowadays, she helps successful career women + entrepreneurs revamp their wardrobes + create show-stopping ensembles that flatter their unique body shapes and lifestyles.A self-dubbed anti-fashion stylist. Elsa doesn’t believe there’s one standard of beauty + strives to empower all her clients to celebrate their own individuality.

Episode Summary -When it comes to styling, most people don’t give enough importance to it, but your style defines who you are as a business person.
The clear we are of who we are is our superpower, and it helps to bring out the best in us.In this episode, Elsa
09/12/202142 minutes 10 seconds
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Part 2 of Four Things Successful People Have In Common - Successful People are Full of Enthusiasm and Confidence

Part 1 we have talked about dreaming big:Why are big dreamers successful?How do our mindsets restrict us from dreaming big?Some of the skillsets required to dream big.Episode Summary -Have you experienced this earlier when you enter an event with hundreds of peoplerepresenting their products, and amongst all, a lady demonstrating her product grabbedyour attention immediately? Have you ever imagined why? It is because of her excitement,passion, and confidence.Successful people are full of enthusiasm and confidence in what they do, and they are notafraid to share it with others.Your level of enthusiasm, passion, and confidence will define your success.In part 2, I discuss the need to be enthusiastic and confident, which is the key to success.“Successful people are enthusiastic, excited & passionate about what they do, what theyoffer, and what they promote.”Snapshot of the Key Point
07/12/20219 minutes 6 seconds
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Work Less and Be More Productive with JOE SANOK

Joe Sanok is the author of Thursday is the New Friday: How to work fewer hours, makemore money, and spend time doing what you want. It examines how the four-dayworkweek boosts creativity and productivity.Joe has been featured on Forbes, GOOD Magazine, and the Smart Passive IncomePodcast. He hosts the popular &quot;The Practice of the Practice Podcast&quot;, which is recognizedas one of the Top 50 Podcasts worldwide with over 100,000 downloads each month.Bestselling Authors, Experts, Scholars, and Business Leaders and Innovators are featuredand interviewed in the 550 plus podcasts he has done over the last six years.Episode Summary -Do you find yourself always in a rush?Are you too busy that you don’t get to spend enough time with your friends &amp; family?Do you find always running out of time?Most of us are so busy with the daily tasks that we end up being unproductive andunhappy. Being productiv
06/12/202138 minutes 7 seconds
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Always be at the top of your Game with ERIC STANTON BETTS

Eric is an Actor, Model, and Performer based in LA and also a World Traveler. Competing in many different sports: cross country, basketball, track, soccer, baseball, hegrew up an athlete. He kept running as a hobby and raced once in a while. He startedperforming in middle school in plays and his first musical in high school—and he neverlooked back. He went to see his first Broadway show and decided to move to New York forcollege. He started modeling there and quickly signed with 5 top agencies worldwide inLA, NY, Chicago, Paris, and Milan. He booked the Kinky Boots National tour a few yearspost-college and has pursued the art ever since.With humble beginnings but always a big dreamer, Eric is a mixed BIPOC artist who onlyrecently learned to embrace every color of himself. Recently engaged and planning hiswedding, he is excited about the next adventure.Episode Summary -Rejection is part of an artist's career,
02/12/202137 minutes 32 seconds
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Part 1 of Four Things Successful People Have In Common - Successful People are Dreamers

Your habits will play a key role in your success.Every successful person has their own set of habits, but everyone practices a few commonthings. In this four-part series, I will share and talk about the four things that everysuccessful person have in common.Episode Summary -What you dream that you become, but most of us are too scared to dream big.In this episode, I talk about why dreaming big is crucial for your success.You are capable of achieving anything if you can dream it. Don’ let any circumstances stopyou from dreaming big.Happy Dreaming, and Let’s make 2022 your best year yet.“Random acts will give you random results.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[01:54] How my crazy big dreams have helped me grow?[03:21] What happens when you start dreaming big?[04:42] Some of the mindset challenges people are experiencing which is stopping themfrom growing.[06:36]
30/11/20219 minutes 55 seconds
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Turn Your Pain Into Passion with ERIC D. NEWMAN

Eric D. Newman is a passionate entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and visionary leader. In 2009, he founded Roc Solid Foundation ( rocsolidfoundation.org ), an organization thatinspires hope for every child and family fighting pediatric cancer. Roc Solid partners withmore than seventy children’s hospitals to deliver Ready Bags for families and has builtmore than one thousand play-sets for children throughout the country who need a safeplace to play and a reason to smile.A husband, father, and pediatric cancer survivor himself, Eric understands the battle afamily faces when their child is diagnosed. He is a Serial entrepreneur of the “What’sNever Been Done” guy.He loves surfing and spending time with his wife, Analisa, and their two kids, Camryn andBraxton.Episode Summary -Success and money are the byproduct if you enjoy what you do and live a meaningfullife. And to live a meaningful life, you need to c
29/11/202136 minutes 34 seconds
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Tell Your Story with CORY GOODRICH

Cory Goodrich is an actress, singer-songwriter, published author, recording artist/producer, and painter who lives in the Chicago area.A winner of two Jeff awards, Cory performs in theatres and on television and hasappeared on Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, Chicago Justice and the upcoming RippleEffects starring Elizabeth Moss. Her book Folksong: A Ballad of Death, Discovery, andDNA and accompanying album, Long Way Around were released in 2021 to rave reviews.Episode Summary -Once we overcome every challenge and struggle, it becomes a story. And these storiescan become an inspiration for many.In this episode, Cory Goodrich talks about why you should share your story and the needto live your life to the fullest and experience the journey towards creating a meaningful life.Our life is filled with different opportunities; it is essential to do what you love to do andexcites you every day.“Our worth comes
25/11/202133 minutes 20 seconds
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How to Choose the Right Planner For You

As we are nearing the end of 2021, it is time to choose the right planner.There are people including me, who have tried multiple planners, but it was neversatisfying.In today’s episode, I talk about how to choose the right planner for you that will move youforward.It is time to have an outstanding year 2022 by choosing the right planner for you.“When you dream big about the possibilities, that’s when you start moving towards them.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:16] Do you really need a paper planner in today’s digital era, and What are the thingsyou should look for in a planner?[03:46] How does “month-at-a-glance” help you in growing your business?[05:22] The need to choose a dated planner.[06:39] Why do people lose their motivation, and What should be included in a planner tokeep the energy up?[08:22] What activities should be included in month-at-a-glance and week-at-a-gla
23/11/202118 minutes 10 seconds
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Listening to Emotions with DOUGLAS E. NOLL

Douglas E. Noll, JD, MA, left a successful career as a trial lawyer to become apeacemaker. His calling is to serve humanity, and he executes his calling at many levels. He is an award-winning author, teacher, trainer, and a highly experienced mediator. Doug’swork carries him from international work to helping people resolve deep interpersonal andideological conflicts to training life inmates to be peacemakers and mediators in maximum-security prisons.He was born nearly deaf, nearly blind, crippled with two club feet, and left-handed. Despitethis, he learned how to learn and ultimately became a lawyer-turned-peacemaker, best-selling author of four books, speaker, visionary, and teacher. He is the co-founder of Prisonof Peace ( www.prisonofpeace.org ), training murderers in maximum security prisons how tobe peacemakers and mediators in their prison communities.He te
22/11/202143 minutes 42 seconds
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Be Better Prepared with GEORGE SIEGAL

George Siegal has over 35 years of experience in television and film production.George directed The Last House Standing, a documentary film about how everyone needsa home that doesn't blow away, wash away, or burn down.He is a former weatherman and TV reporter who covered countless stories about peoplewho lost everything in disasters. In his current documentary film The Last House Standing,he explores the fact that most people think catastrophic destruction will never happen tothem. And they have no idea if their insurance will actually get them whole again. He is agreat guest to talk about filmmaking, resilient building, homeownership, and preparing forpotential disasters.Episode Summary -As an entrepreneur, you cannot just rely on others; you need to save yourself by beingbetter prepared.In this episode, George Siegal talks about his transition from the corporate world tofilmmaking. He talks abo
18/11/202141 minutes 58 seconds
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How to Increase Your Sales This Holiday Season

As Black Friday and Holidays are right at the corner like all businesses, you must behaving some special offers.But what is your promoting strategy?Do you just give ads and hope you get to reach people?We cannot just run ads and pray that the right people will see it; sales don’t happen thatway.This season let’s take control of your marketing strategies. It’s time to post and take action.In this episode, I talk about how you can grow your sales with different marketing posts,marketing strategies, and ads during this holiday season.“You cannot just post and hope that everybody will see it.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:08] “Post &amp; Pray” - What does it mean and why it doesn’t work?[03:26] A launch strategy that has pushed and increased my sales week after week.[06:29] Some of the strategies I use to increase my sales through FB Groups.[08:05] Are you running ads - What st
16/11/202117 minutes 4 seconds
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You are Capable of Doing Anything with MIKE RIZKALLA

Mike is a visionary entrepreneur with a deep understanding of the advances made in thefield of robotics and in innovation and UX. Aim to enrich the lives of families throughmagical tech experiences.An Award-Winning Creative Leader in the Technology / Robotics industry with experiencein organizations ranging from startup to $75M global businesses, with proven performancemanaging revenue goals up to $10M, operational budgets of up to $16M, and capitalexpense budgets of up to $2.5M. A capable mentor with a track record of attracting,recruiting, and advising teams.Episode Summary -You can achieve anything and everything, but you have to give time to it.In today’s episode, Mike talks about the importance of doing what is meaningful for youand the people around you.Mike discusses the need to master interpersonal skills so that people willingly contributeand walk with you towards building a successful journey.
15/11/202140 minutes 20 seconds
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Balancing Your Mindset and Skillset with LAUREN RITCHIE

Lauren Ritchie is an established Mental Skills educator, facilitator, and keynote speaker. From her MEd in Coaching Studies to a BA in Professional Communications, to multipleYoga certifications and an accredited Art &amp; Science of Coaching Certification, Lauren hasa unique blend of education and resources that offer a holistic training approach.Her areas of interest and expertise include sport and performance mental training and theintersection of well-being and mindfulness. Her work in managing stress andenhancing performance has led to supporting youth in dance, hockey, musical theatre,gymnastics, and other industries.Prioritizing the profound power and importance of an Educator, Lauren has createdTeacher and Coach Training programs to support mental skills and optimize leadershipand learning.Episode Summary -As an artist, it becomes challenging to balance the mindset and skillset because of thecom
11/11/202135 minutes 56 seconds
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Part 3 of The CEO is You and Building Your Board of Directors - The Conclusion

Part 2, I have talked about the role of mentors, role models, and advisory board in yourbusiness.Part 3 is the concluding episode of the 3 part series; after this episode, you can decidewho will be on your board and who fits the right roles.The entrepreneurial journey is not easy, and it can be lonely as well, so you need to mapout and build a board of directors who can support you, guide you, encourage you, andadvise you in your journey to success.“Everybody brings value, and a lot of time, the best ideas can come from the people youwould least likely expect.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[03:33] The Support Staff - Who are they, and why do you need them in your business?[04:36] Why do you need a “Hugger,” and how do they help you when you are goingthrough imposter syndrome?[07:30] Who is a “Realist,” and how do they help you in bringing out the best of you?[09:45] Why having
09/11/202126 minutes 10 seconds
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Transit Your Business Towards Growth By Being Flexible with LINDSAY PINCHUK


Lindsay Pinchuk is an award-winning entrepreneur, community builder, connector, storyteller, expert marketer, social media maven, spokesperson, on-air expert, small business champion, and Mom. 
With $500 in her pocket and a baby in her belly, she left a high-powered job as a sales and marketing publishing executive and founded her first company, Bump Club and Beyond---a community of resources, support, educational tools and product knowledge for millions of parents and parents-to-be across the country. In year one, she turned a profit and less than a decade later led her company through its acquisition to a large agency holding company. Lindsay works with entrepreneurs and companies, both large and small, to build their communities, tell their stories, and grow their brands, achieving success both on and offline.
“Flexibility will set you up for success.”Episode Summary -Flexibility is the key to successful entrepr
08/11/202125 minutes 40 seconds
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How You Approach Things Defines Your Success with JASON MATIAS

Jason Matias is an author and contemporary photographer who lives and works in theGreater Seattle Area. A New York native, his photographs of nature include locationsaround the globe. More recently in his career, his creative focus expanded to work withmodels. No matter the subject, Jason’s work focuses on the ideas of isolation andintrospection.Jason runs a fine art business, which has supported him by generating over $100K insales a year for the past 10 years (including 2020). His work has taken him all over theglobe, from the United States to Abu-Dhabi to Indonesia, and has been published inNational Geographic.While Jason’s financial success is aspirational, it’s his story that is the true inspiration foranyone wondering if they can make a living selling their art. Jason does not come from awealthy family, who gave him a leg up in the art world. He was born into a military familyand went into the family business
04/11/202141 minutes 17 seconds
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Part 2 of The CEO is You and Building Your Board of Directors - 3 Types of Board of Directors You Need to Move Your Business to the Next Lev

In Part 1 - Why You need a Board of Directors In Your Business, I talked about:The importance of having a Board of DirectorsWhat is their Role?Whom do you need to choose as your Board of Directors?What is mean to you when you are a new entrepreneur?In Part 2, I discuss the three types of board of directors that you need to scales-up andmove your business to the next level.It becomes essential to have a strong group of people who have experience building asuccessful business, guiding you and walking with you through your success story.“An advisory board can help you get insights about the outside world so that you get todeliver better results.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:38] What mistakes do people make while finding mentors for themselves?[03:30] How to find the right mentor for your business?[05:06] The right way to reach out to mentors.[08:54] Who are Role M
02/11/202119 minutes 15 seconds
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Taking Your Chances with MIKE KONRAD

Mike began his career in the electronic assembly equipment industry in 1985. Mike founded Aqueous Technologies in 1992 from his garage in response to the Montreal Protocol and the resulting international treaty banning most popular cleaning/defluxing solvents.Mike is an internationally known speaker on the subject of increasing reliability through contamination removal and cleanliness quantification techniques and procedures. Mike was awarded “Distinguish Speaker Status” with SMTA in 2018 and received the “Rich Freiberger Best of Conference Award” in 2019.
Mike was recently elected to the SMTA Global Board of Directors where he chairs the SMTA Training Committee and is also a member of the SMTA Strategic Development Committee. Mike is also Vice President of Technical Programs for the Los Angeles / Orange County SMTA Chapter.
Mike is the host of the popular Reliability Matters and concept to Creation Podcasts.Mike is a member of the Board of Directors
01/11/202146 minutes 5 seconds
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Determine What You Think Is Great and Transform Your Life to Create Your Own Journey with ERIN WILEY SANDS

Multi-hyphenate Erin Wiley Sands is an author, actress, writer, and producer. She is the author of The Dunes, an inspirational book for personal growth, as well as the creator of the online self-help course: Live More, Carry Less. Where Erin walks readers through The Dunes, using her I.R.O method to help you Identify what’s holding you back, Recognize the root cause and Overcome it. Erin is also the writer producer of the award winning faith-based docu-dramedy STEM, which features true life stories of faith in the midst of adversity, and victory against all odds. Erin is the co-owner of 50 Rocks Entertainment. A production company that creates scripted and unscripted content for television, film and streaming platforms.Episode Summary -We all need to break and come out of the fixed process of leading our life what has been established long back, because of which we are just dragging ourselves, and most of us
28/10/202135 minutes 15 seconds
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Part 1 of The CEO is You - Why You need a Board of Directors In Your Business.

This is a 3 part series - The CEO is You and Building Your Board of Directors. In these 3 series, we will cover:What is a Board of Directors?What is their Purpose?What does that mean to You?6 Different Groups of People that you would want to have on your Board.Episode Summary -In Part 1 of the three series, I talk about the role of Board of Directors in your business.Whenever we talk about a Board of Directors, we think it is only for big organizations, but that is not true. If you think you don’t need a Board of Directors in your business, it costs your business's growth.“To grow your organization, it becomes essential to take perspectives from people who already have the experience in building a successful business, so that you can avoid the hurdles which they have gone through.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[01:33] It doesn’t matter at what stag
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Overcome Your Fears and Be the Authentic You with RYAN LEAK

Ryan Leak is an author, speaker, executive coach, and filmmaker. He’s known for twodocumentaries: The Surprise Wedding and Chasing Failure. Today, Ryan splits his timebetween speaking in churches and doing executive coaching and speaking in CorporateAmerica through his company The Ryan Leak Group, LLC. Ryan and his wife, Amanda, reside in Dallas, Texas, with their two children, Jaxson andRoman.Ryan has a unique church position in that he is on the teaching team of fivemegachurches. He rotates speaking at each of them seven to eight times a year. Heregularly teaches 48,000 people between those five churches. Ryan does about 120events each year, reaching 200,000 people, and trains approximately 15,000 leaders.Episode Summary -It is our fear that stops us from growing. It is not the people, and it is not the company; it isour mindset that contains us.In this episode, Ryan talks about the importance of bein
25/10/202143 minutes 59 seconds
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Turn Your Passion Into Full-Time Income and Create Your Happy Place with Brian Sherrill

In 2010, Brian Sherrill created Active Melody as a way to share his passion for music with others. In 2015, he was able to leave the corporate world and focus all of his time and energy on building his dream job into a successful multi-million dollar business that it is today. With over 120 full-length guitar lessons and 2 complete courses available on his site, plus new live lessons every Friday, Brian continues to teach the love of music to his Active Melody fan base including over 395,000 YouTube subscribers and over 150,000 followers on Facebook.

Episode Summary -You don’t need to work on a long list of things to make yourself happy; all you need is to find what you love to do and work on it.In today’s episode, Brian Sherrill shares some insightful tips on becoming the navigator of your life and taking full control of it.

“Success is not about achieving everything at once; it is all about having a little bit of momentum every
21/10/202147 minutes 2 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 27 - The Formula for Crafting an Impactful Speech

One of the questions that I have been asked most often is “how to craft a good speech?”Crafting an impactful speech is an art that can be easily prepared by following the rightformula.In today’s episode, I share the components that I use to craft a good speech for deliveringan impactful presentation.“Preparing the beginning and ending of the speech helps to outline the middle.”Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[00:47] Some of the struggles that speakers face while delivering a speech.[01:56] How I started my journey as a Professional Speaker?[09:03] How should you prepare your opening speech to create an instant engagementwith your audience?[10:15] When should you prepare for your ending of the speech?[11:21] What mistakes do you need to avoid making at the end of the speech so that youdon’t end up losing your audience’s interest?[12:45] The need of having only 3 Key Points of Inte
19/10/202124 minutes 57 seconds
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Be Curious - The way to build Extraordinary Focus with David Wood

David is a former consulting actuary to Fortune 100 companies. He built the world’s largestcoaching business, becoming #1 on Google for life coaching and coaching thousands ofhours in 12 countries around the globe.As well as helping others, David is no stranger to overcoming challenges himself, havingsurvived a full collapse of his paraglider and a fractured spine, witnessing the death of hissister at age seven, anxiety and depression, and a national Gong Show!( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgKwAJieQes )He coaches high-performing business owners to double revenue, and their time off byfocusing on less and being 30% more courageous in their business or career.Episode Summary -To lead a successful &amp; meaningful life, we need to balance both our LEFT brain andRIGHT brain. We need to be good with numbers &amp; statistics, and we also need th
18/10/202136 minutes 52 seconds
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Believe in Yourself and Celebrate the Process with JOSH GRISETTI

Episode No - 377Episode Title - Believe in Yourself and Celebrate the Process with JOSH GRISETTIEpisode Summary -As an actor and artist, how many times have you questioned your skills? How many times have you thought of giving up and doing something else?
Do you feel you are not doing it right? 
To be a good actor is not all about the final product; it is about the process.
In today’s episode, Josh Grisetti shares some valuable advice for all the actors, especially young actors, about embracing the process of becoming an excellent artist.

“As an artist, our job is to simply engage and celebrate the process.”

Snapshot of the key points from the episode:[01:47] Josh shares his journey on how he started as an actor.[04:28] The importance of exploring other areas of acting as an actor.[08:45] Josh shares one of his greatest accomplishments.[10:31] Josh shares some of the funny even
14/10/202139 minutes 27 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 26 - The importance of not relying only on social media for your business

Episode No. - 376Episode Title - The importance of not relying only on social media for your businessEpisode Summary -In a day where nobody could get on Facebook or Instagram, most of the people got overwhelmed and had no idea what to do next.Imagine what if social media platforms are down and never came back? Where will you be? What would you do to generate business?When the only place that you have all of your customers is completely down and out, you will find yourself hard-pressed.In today’s episode, I share some quick tips on what you should do so that your business is not completely relied on social media.“Don’t put all your eggs in a basket of social media.”Key Points Discussed:[02:48] What I did when Facebook and Instagram platforms were down.[03:19] How I grew my followers from 0 to 5000 organically on LinkedIn during the pandemic?[03:56] Ho
12/10/202120 minutes 26 seconds
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Create Your Own Freedom with Olivier Roland

We all want freedom in our life whether you are an employee or an entrepreneur; this iscommon for all.Today’s episode is all about how you can create your own freedom. My guest OlivierRoland shares some valuable tips and strategies on creating your own freedom.&quot;Always look for ways to make your work, work for you.&quot;Key Points Discussed:[01:18] Olivier shares his success journey and how he started.[03:12] A book that has changed Olivier’s life and motivated him when he felt stuck.[05:29] Three top tips from Olivier to create freedom in your life.[10:42] Practical tips on how to have more freedom as an entrepreneur.[17:18] What are the two greatest skillsets of Olivier that have contributed to his success?[20:47] What is the biggest accomplishment for Olivier that is super meaningful for him?[26:28] What does working from a happy place mean to Olivier?[28:25] Olivier’s advice on creating a
11/10/202140 minutes 48 seconds
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Your Passion Drives Your Outcome with ADAM DRAKE

Adam Drake is an award-winning filmmaker who currently resides in Cookeville, Tennessee, where he runs his own production company, Drake Films. He works steadily on a variety of film projects, including movies, music videos, commercials, and other visual media-related content.Drake originally got into the industry as an actor and shortly learned that he not only enjoyed being in front of the camera, but also being a part of telling a compelling story. He has produced several films including “I’m Not Ashamed” and ”Heaven Bound” (which was made locally in Cookeville and Sparta), as well as various music videos for artists such as Ingrid Andress, Lee Brice, Cole Swindell, and Hayley Williams from Paramore. While Adam has worked on many feature films in various positions, he can primarily be found working as a 1st Assistant Director. Drake has been an assistant director for over 20 films including “The Chosen” and “Overcomer”.

Episode Summary -You
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Tuesday Tip 25 - Making the most of the 4th Quarter

In today's episode, Belinda talks about making the most of the 4th quarter.
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Maria Brito - Art Advisor and Curator

Maria Brito is an award-winning New York-based contemporaryart advisor, author, and curator. She built a seven-figure businessfrom scratch after quitting a career as a miserable corporateattorney, and has built the art collections of celebrities, hip-hopmoguls, CEOs of Fortune500 companies, Broadway producers andmore. A Harvard graduate, originally from Venezuela, her firstmonograph “Out There” published by Pointed Leaf Press in 2013,was the recipient of the Best Book Awards in both the Art andDesign Categories.https://www.mariabrito.com/
28/09/202140 minutes 4 seconds
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Heather Fritzsche - Sustainability Expert

Co-Founder and CEO of The Spearhead Group, Inc,Heather's career spans more than 20 years, and in that coursehas earned numerous distinctions working with some of theworld’s best-known fortune 100 companies and brands.Heather has not only helped to reimagine the physical aspectsof countless products across multiple market sectors, but shealso has made it her commitment to be a pioneer forwomen-owned businesses and a leader in sustainablepackaging.https://www.thespearheadgroup.com/https://www.youbodycare.com
21/09/202137 minutes 59 seconds
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Jeff Allen - jeffallencomedy.com

Jeff Allen’s rapid-fire humor, which centers on marriage and family, is a hit with all ages. A live comedy favorite, Jeff has appeared on Dry Bar Comedy, Netflix, Amazon, Huckabee, Pureflix, Showtime, Comedy Central, VH1, and more. He starred in the critically acclaimed film, Apostles of Comedy, the syndicated comedy series, Bananas, his own one-hour comedy special, Happy Wife, Happy Life, and the Warner Bros. comedy film, Thou Shalt Laugh. Jeff has been featured at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival and HBO’s Comedy Arts Festival. Jeff’s Dry Bar Comedy videos have amassed over 100 million views on social media and other platforms, introducing him to tens of millions of new fans worldwide. At times both gut-wrenching and hilarious, Jeff’s one-man show, The America I Grew Up In, offers a unique glimpse into his crazy world.https://www.jeffallencomedy.com/
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Tuesday Tip 24 - Enthusiasm

In today's episode, Belinda talks about the importance of enthusiasm!
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Fabienne Fredrickson - Boldheart.com

Fabienne Fredrickson is a powerful catalyst for solo businessowners who seek to make the greatest impact they can in theirwork all while creating certainty in their business and financialsecurity in their lives. With over twenty years of experience asthe founder of Boldheart.com, Fabienne has been a mentor totens of thousands of women business owners.
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Dre Baldwin - Basketball Star and Publishing Magnate

In just 5 years, Dre Baldwin went from his high school team's bench to a 9-year professional basketball career. At the same time, Dre built a content publishing empire.Blogging since 2005 and publishing videos to YouTube starting in 2006, Dre has published over 8,000 videos with his content being viewed over 73 million times. Dre's daily Work On Your Game Podcast has over 3 million listeners.Dre has given 4 TEDxTalks and authored 29 books.
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Tuesday Tip 23 - Customer Service

In today's Tuesday Tip, Belinda discusses customer service.
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Randy Gage - Prosperity Expert

Randy Gage is a thought-provoking critical thinker who will make you approach your business — and your life — in a whole new way. Randy is the author of 13 books translated into 25 languages, including the New York Times bestsellers, Risky Is the New Safe and Mad Genius.He has spoken to more than 2 million people across more than 50 countries and is a member of both the Speakers Hall of Fame and the Direct Selling Hall of Fame. When he is not prowling the podium or locked in his lonely writer’s garret, you’ll probably find him playing 3rd base for a softball team somewhere.
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Aaron LaVigne - Jesus Christ Superstar and more

Aaron LaVigne grew up in Cincinnati, OH where his love of music started since before he could speak. The Beatles, The Beach Boys, and Motown Artists taught him the language of music while inspiring him to sing, pick up multiple instruments, and write songs. Aaron made New York City his base after graduating with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Northern Kentucky University, where he has performed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, Broadway Tours, with Symphonies, in Lower East Side rock clubs, on the high seas, & in concert halls across multiple continents. He recorded & released two original studio albums in Brooklyn & Cincinnati, and currently portrays Jesus in the 50th Anniversary Tour Andrew of Lloyd Weber’s Jesus Christ Superstar.
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Mitche Graf - Power Marketer

Daddy of 3, best-selling author, serial entrepreneur, international-renowned business speaker, nationally-syndicated radio show host and former All American Track & Field athlete Mitche Graf has been a passionate serial entrepreneur for over 35 years, dangling his toes into the ponds of many intriguing industries along the way. From selling used bicycle parts out of his garage in the seventh grade to running four companies today, he has prided himself on knowing how to squeeze every drop of potential out of his endeavors.In the middle of all of this, he took a year off from running his own companies to become the President of a Class A affiliate of the world-champion San Francisco Giants baseball team for a season, and undertook a organizational re-brand which culminated in a 12% increase in attendance, one of the best in all of professional baseball in 2019.Over the past three decades, Mitche has created two award-winning restaurants, a bustling catering & even
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Rocky Kramer - A Modern Day Viking

Hailing from the Scandinavian Peninsula country of Norway, Rocky Kramer is truly a modern day Viking, poised to take no prisoners as he conquers the hearts, minds and souls of rockers around the world! Armed with a guitar, this graduate of Metal 101 constitutes a triple threat as a composer, vocalist and formidable musician.
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Tuesday Tip 22 - Curiosity

In today's Tuesday Tip, Belinda talks about the importance of curiosity.
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Kelly Falardeau - Your Mirror Is Wrong

Kelly is a burn survivor since the age of 2 on 75% of her body. She found a way to go from near death to SUCCESS, from the ugly scar-faced girl to the TEDx stage, not once but twice. A documentary about her life story, called STILL BEAUTIFUL launched on Tv plus Goalcast launched a video that has almost 10 million views. Now she is a full-time Best-Selling Author Strategist, coaching people to become best selling authors. On Christmas day Global tv announced Kelly as one of the Most Inspirational People of 2020.https://www.7stepsauthor.com/
09/08/202138 minutes 17 seconds
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Jackiem Joyner - Saxophonist-Producer-Author

Few artists have accomplished as much in the past 20 years as Jackiem Joyner. With a number one jazz album, several Billboard chart topping hits, and a series of critically acclaimed booksto his name, he has shown himself to be the rare artist capable of transcending his instrument and reaching a mainstream audience. Now, as he begins the fourteenth year of his career during a time of unprecedented change in the entertainment industry, he remains as focused on his art as ever.“I don’t care how hard things get, it’ll never stop me from doing what I love,” he explains. “playing the sax, writing music and stories, and performing live.”Jackiem was born in Norfolk, VA. At an early age he began to show signs of the restless creativity that would later define his career. Despite his humble upbringing, he was able to get his hands on a saxophone as a child. The instrument quickly became his constant companion. After years of practice, he emerged in style with 2007’s ‘Ba
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Tuesday Tip 21 - Referrals

In today's Tuesday Tip, Belinda discusses referrals.
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Becca Carnahan - Career Coaching & Communications

Becca Carnahan is a mom of two, writer, and career coach from Massachusetts. She is the founder of Becca Carnahan Career Coaching & Communications where she specializes in helping women find more joy and fulfillment in their work. She also writes and manages the working mom blog, With Love Becca, which helps women manage motherhood, manage careers, and manage to laugh through it all.Becca gained her expertise in the career development field over a 13 year career at Harvard Business School, where she still works as a career coach, and while earning her Masters Degree in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.In addition to her career coaching work, Becca is also the author of Belinda Baloney Changes Her Mind, a fun and inspiring “when I grow up” children’s book and When Mommy Grows Up: A Guide to Parenting Yourself to a More Fulfilling Career.
02/08/202138 minutes 10 seconds
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Scott Sean White - A Songwriter's Songwriter

Scott Sean White makes his home these days in Poetry, Texas, a perfectly named little town for a songwriter’s songwriter. Releasing his first album, Call It Even, this year, White has been storing up the raw materials that became these songs for over 30 years. The stories of his family were bubbling up inside him constantly—"all the major adult figures in my life were either alcoholics or addicts… or both,” says White, and he’s finally had the time to write these songs and make the album. For 29 years, until 2018, White managed, booked, and played keyboards in a corporate cover band that played funk, disco, and hip hop. During that time, he wrote a pocketful of country-leaning songs, and he made his way down to Nashville, where he found his musical home. White has spent several years there as a staff writer, but in 2020, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, he suddenly had time to make the album he’d been wanting to make. On Call It Even White lays bare his soul with raw honesty, fiercely
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Belinda's Tuesday Tip 20 - Scarcity Mindset vs Abundancy Mindset

In today's Tuesday Tip Belinda discusses a scarcity mindset vs an abundancy mindset.
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Stephen Key - InventRight

Stephen Key is the world’s leading expert on how to license a product and a 2018-2019 AAAS-Lemelson Invention Ambassador.He achieved repeat success as an independent inventor, including defending his intellectual property against one of the largest toy companies in the world in federal court. The innovative packaging solution he brought to market is protected by more than 20 patents and received 15 industry awards, including two Edisons.Products he invented have sold in Walmart, 7-Eleven, and Disney stores and theme parks worldwide, as well as been endorsed by Michael Jordan, Alex Trebek, and Taylor Swift.inventRight, the coaching program he cofounded in 1999, has helped people from more than 65 countries license their product ideas. He explains how to take advantage of the power of open innovation on his popular YouTube channel inventRightTV and in his articles for Forbes, Inc., and Entrepreneur online.In 2017, he cofounded Inventors Gro
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Meghan Krauss - Musical Artist

Meghan is an American soul-pop, rock, and R&B artist, originally from Seattle. Classically trained, she has been praised for her powerful bluesy vocals and energetic stage presence.Performing as frontwoman for the popular East Coast bands HyJinx and Steal the Sky, she was recruited by guitar virtuoso Greg Howe as the lead singer for the internationally recognized rock band Maragold. Influenced by music legends such as Whitney Houston, Ann Wilson, and Mariah Carey, Meghan has been singing since she was a young child. Now her new self-titled album produced by Stephen McKnight, and mastered by Grammy award-winning engineer Howie Weinberg, is ready to be shared with the world.
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Tuesday Tip 19 - Master Your Craft

In today's episode, Belinda talks about Mastering Your Craft.
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Mehak Vohra -SkillBank

Mehak Vohra generated 10m+ views on LinkedIn for herself and clients. She dropped out of Purdue University's computer science program at 19 years old to pursue startups. After running a LinkedIn marketing agency for 4 years, she decided to start SkillBank. SkillBank is a 15 week FREE upfront marketing program. They help people break into marketing and reach their goals.
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Ben Folds - Musician Extraordinaire

Ben Folds is widely regarded as one of the major music influencers of our generation.He’s created an enormous body of genre-bending music that includes pop albums with BenFolds Five, multiple solo albums, and numerous collaborative records. His last album was ablend of pop songs and his Concerto for Piano and Orchestra that soared to #1 on both theBillboard classical and classical crossover charts.For over a decade he’s performed with some of the world’s greatest symphony orchestras, andcurrently serves as the first-ever Artistic Advisor to the National Symphony Orchestra at theKennedy Center.In addition to solo rock and orchestral touring, Folds released his first book – a collection ofinterrelated essays, anecdotes, and lessons about art, life, and music - in 2019, which debuted as a New York Times Best Seller, and is currently hosting a podcast series spinoff of his bookentitled “Lightning Bugs: Conversations wi
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Tuesday Tip 18 - Attitude and Expectations

On Today's Tuesday Tip Belinda talks about the importance of attitude and expectations. 
13/07/202114 minutes 38 seconds
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Mike Horne - Integrity By Design

Mike Horne is the author of Integrity by Design: Working and Living Authentically. He is a people and culture leader helping leaders to bring their best to every situation.
12/07/202134 minutes 11 seconds
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Tim Tortora - Full Force Financial

Tim Tortora has spent his impressive career in the entertainment industry garnering extensive production accounting and producing experience before launching his new company, Full Force Financial. For several decades, Tim served as a Film & Television Executive at a series of studios, including significant tenures at Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Films, Mandalay, and the Walt Disney Company. This management experience has enabled Tim to have a real-world understanding of the day-to-day needs of Film & TV Production in the entertainment industry.
08/07/202143 minutes 56 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 17 - The Power of Knowing Your Numbers

In today's episode, Belinda discusses the power of knowing your numbers.
07/07/202119 minutes 8 seconds
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Fijeh Aadum - FRAFoundation

With over 16 years of experience in Enterprise Development and Financial Services, Fijeh has made it her life’s mission to Educate Immigrants in North America providing the tools and resources to live a full and wealthy life.Her passion for Enterprise Development Across Africa is expressed in her work at FRAFoundation where she and her team mentor and prepare startup’s and small business owners to take up the challenges of doing business in a global world and impacting their communities positively.
06/07/202131 minutes 29 seconds
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Halyna Hostetler - Embroidered Art

Halyna Hostetler is a world-renowned designer who began her journey in the Ukraine where she found embroidery as an expression for her creative nature. Halyna’s love and creativity is so strong that her embroidered creations moved all around Europe and beyond. Now you can find her works in private collections in Italy, Austria, France, Portugal, Germany, Poland and the United States.
01/07/202128 minutes 33 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 16 - Decision Fatigue

In today's Tuesday Tip Belinda discusses Decision Fatigue and what to do about it.
29/06/202117 minutes 6 seconds
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Meggan Larson, Lauren da Silva, Tobi Feldman - The Truth About Success

Book Collaboration of inspiring women each with their own story.The Truth About Success is a book collaboration by twenty-five women from Canada, the United States, Australia, South Africa, Singapore, and even Poland!The success stories in this book range from overcoming loss & heartache, to finding & stepping into your authentic self, to single motherhood & parenting with a deployed spouse, to healing through medical trauma & scary diagnoses.From coaches, to stay at home moms, to medical professionals, PhD holders and beyond, the words of these authors will make you laugh, cry, and most importantly, inspire you to believe that you were made for more.The Truth About Success book has already hit #1 new release on AMAZON in 4 categoriesIn Death, Grief, & Spirituality In Inner ChildIn Parenting Teenagers In Parenting ToddlersMeggan Larson is a wife, mom, adoptee, course creator, entrepreneur, AFT Certified Success Coach, an
28/06/202156 minutes 36 seconds
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Paul Canaan - Take It From The Top

Paul grew up in Novato CA, and has performed and taught all over the world. As an actor, he most recently flipped across the stage in the original cast of the Tony award-winning musical Kinky Boots, as an Angel and Dance Captain. Other Broadway credits include Legally Blonde, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, La Cage Aux Follies, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and Miss Saigon. Also, the National Tour of Annie Get Your Gun, Radio City Christmas Spectacular (New York), and regionally he performed at Papermill Playhouse in Miss Saigon and Carousel, and the Fords Theatre in Hot Mikado. Paul served alongside casting director Bernie Telsey, and screenwriter Heather Hach as a judge on the MTV reality show “Legally Blonde: The Search for Elle Woods.” He also appears in the films Sex In The City 2 (including the movie soundtrack) and Across the Universe (directed by Julie Taymor). He partnered with director/choreographer Jerry Mitchell to launch The Original Production, a dance licensing company that offers
24/06/202137 minutes 8 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 15 - Five Tips For Effective Selling

On today's Tuesday Tip, Belinda talks about the five tips for effective selling.
22/06/202116 minutes
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Andrea Owen - Make Some Noise

Speaker. Life coach. Author. Hellraiser. Andrea Owen is creating a global impact in women’s empowerment with her books being translated into 18 languages and available in 22 countries.She helps high-achieving women maximize unshakeable confidence, and master resilience. You can learn more at andreaowen.com.
21/06/202143 minutes 49 seconds
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Juliette Leong - Five Year Old Artist

Juliette is a profoundly gifted 5-years-old 3rd grader who paints from her observation and imagination. Juliette started with abstract painting when she was eight months old. By the time Juliette was 3 years old, people approached her parents to buy her paintings. Juliette started to paint landscapes and narrative art at the age of four, without any targeted instruction and with an intuitive ease that is notable. Juliette's paintings have been featured on the cover of two national magazines, Young Mensan Magazine and Humpty Dumpty Magazine. Juliette was the 1st place winner of the 2021 U.S. Kids Cover Art Competition. Juliette has been giving painting tutorials on live television and on her YouTube Channel since she was 4.5 years old.
17/06/202117 minutes 58 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 14 - The Five Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make

On today's Tuesday Tip, Belinda discusses "The Five Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make"
15/06/202118 minutes 33 seconds
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Matt Zinman - Z-isms and Interns

Matt Zinman is a difference-maker devoted to personally enrich the lives of at least 100 million people by 2025. His new book, “Z-isms: Insights to Live By” is based on his experiences as an entrepreneur, athlete, single parent, caregiver and nonprofit founder. He is also the host of "Insights to Live By," a podcast that invites guests to share their own life lessons. In addition, Matt is CEO of The Internship Institute, which he established in 2007 to "Make Experience Matter."
14/06/202135 minutes 57 seconds
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Greg Jbara - The Tony Award winning actor returns

Currently starring as “DCPI Garrett Moore” on the CBS police drama BLUE BLOODS (Now in it’s 12th season). Winner of 2009 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his performance as “Dad” in BILLY ELLIOT the musical. Is the voice of “Pastor Wilson Knox” in the popular ADVENTURES IN ODYSSEY radio series.
10/06/202152 minutes 52 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 13 - Stopping Self Sabotage

In today's Tuesday Tip Belinda talks about stopping self-sabotage and self-doubt.
08/06/202112 minutes 13 seconds
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Chester Santos - International Man of Memory

“The International Man of Memory” has left an impression on all corners of the earth. With his unique ability to not only demonstrate extraordinary feats of the mind, but also educate others to do the same, this U.S. Memory Champion is widely regarded to be the world’s leading memory skills expert. Through his entertaining & educational television and movie appearances, professional seminars, and best-selling books, Chester has helped millions of people around the world to realize the benefits of an improved memory and sharper mind.He is highly sought-after by the media for his exceptional skills and expertise. CNN, ABC, PBS, NBC, CBS, BBC, and the Science Channel have all featured Chester and his memory building tips for viewers. When newspapers and magazines need memory improvement tips for their readers, they also seek out Chester Santos. He has been quoted in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post, and most recently, TIME Magaz
07/06/202146 minutes 42 seconds
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Marcia Milgrom Dodge - Broadway Director and Choreographer

MARCIA MILGROM DODGE is a Tony Award & Drama Desk Award nominated director & choreographer for her stirring, lovingly staged revival of RAGTIME. She appears as herself in Disney+ ENCORE! as the “Theatre Director” in Ep1/ANNIE and Ep12/RAGTIME, streaming now. “MMD” has built her busy career on bringing bold new approaches to classic plays and musicals, directing and choreographing at major regional theaters across the USA and abroad, receiving considerable acclaim and numerous awards. National Tours include TheatreWorksUSA’s CURIOUS GEORGE and SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL, Broadway Asia’s COOKIN’ and Phoenix Entertainment’s RAGTIME. Devoted to developing the next generation of theatre artists, her Directing Musicals workshops are geared for early-career Directors and Actors as well as for Theatre Lovers. MMD is also a wife, a mother, a teacher, an Edgar Award Nominated playwright and a proud member of the Stage Directors & Choreographers Society(SDC). For more, visit: <a href="https://linktr.e
03/06/202137 minutes 4 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 12 - How To Have A Better Mindset

In today's Tuesday Tip Belinda talks about having a better mindset.
01/06/202112 minutes 58 seconds
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Allison Baggerly - An Inspired Budget

Allison is a blogger, influencer, and founder of Inspired Budget. As a teacher and small business owner, Allison combined her passion for teaching and finances to help others learn how to start budgeting.Since starting Inspired Budget in 2017, Allison has been able to retire as a teacher and take her desire to help others full time. Now she is helping women all over the world get started with budgeting when they feel lost and overwhelmed.She has built a community of over 119,000 Instagram followers that turn to her for budgeting advice and inspiration to save more than they ever imagine
01/06/202132 minutes 14 seconds
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DC Glenn - Whoomp! (There It Is) and here he is

Spanning the spectrum from TV and Radio Ads, programs, films and sporting events, TAG TEAM’s music has risen to be the defining 90’s Hip Hop Melodic Voice. The big hit “Whoomp!” remains highly relevant and those ranging in age from 8 to 108 continue to groove and boogie down to the exceptional tune. With ‘90s hip-hop more recognizable than ever, venues all over the world are energized to watch Tag Team live and in action. Social media has also supplied a new avenue for converting music enthusiasts into “Whoomp!” fans. DC Glenn and Steve thrive on hooking up with brand new fans who have discovered them via viral Facebook posts and appreciate seeing their blissful faces when they listen to the song performed live. Recently featured in the fun Auto Insurance Commercial for Geico, the 90s classic Reel School HIP HOP duo TAG TEAM is back on TOP.
28/05/20211 hour 1 minute 51 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 11 - Camera Ready Confidence

In today's Tuesday Tip Belinda talks about being ready for live-streaming and being "on camera" with confidence.
28/05/202115 minutes 15 seconds
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Steven Colby - Patent Attorney

Steve is a former CTO and CEO, now a patent attorney working with early-stage startups. He likes helping people build companies and turn their ideas into reality.
24/05/202137 minutes 20 seconds
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Eric Gutman - Actor and Musician

Eric has been a professional actor and musician for over 20 years, performing notably as a company member of Forbidden Broadway and Forbidden Hollywood for 15 years. His biggest claim to fame was performing for three years (and close to 1,200 performances) with the Broadway, Chicago and touring casts of Jersey Boys.
20/05/202136 minutes 32 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 10 - Destination and Determination

Belinda discusses the fourth and fifth D of success: Destination & Determination
18/05/20215 minutes 58 seconds
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Michelle Mazur - 3 Word Rebellion

Michelle Mazur is a messaging expert who works with brilliant business owners who are shaking things up but having trouble talking about it. She combines the tools of successful social movements with the qualitative research skills she earned in her Communications Ph.D. to help them craft their powerful, captivating message. The author of the 3 Word Rebellion, host of the Rebel Uprising podcast and featured in Fast Company, Entrepreneur and Inc.
17/05/202135 minutes 17 seconds
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Jeffrey Madoff - Creative Careers

Madoff began his career as a fashion designer and was chosen as one of the top 10 designers in the U.S. He switched careers to film and video production where he directed award-winning commercials, documentaries, and web content around the world for clients such as Ralph Lauren, Victoria’s Secret, and Tiffany. His book, Creative Careers: Making a Living With Your Ideas is an Amazon Bestseller based on the class he teaches at Parsons School of Design.
13/05/202147 minutes 26 seconds
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Belinda's Tuesday Tip 9 - Details

Belinda discusses the third D of success - Details
11/05/20215 minutes 32 seconds
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Danielle Hayden - Kickstart Accounting

Danielle Hayden is a reformed corporate CFO who is on a mission to help rule-breaking female entrepreneurs understand their numbers so they can gain the confidence needed to create sustainable profits. After spending 10+ years in the boardroom as a corporate finance officer, she is now in her sweet spot as the co-owner of Kickstart Accounting, Inc. where she helps business owners with bookkeeping, financial analysis and education. She is also the author of the Profit Planner book series.
10/05/202134 minutes 55 seconds
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Sierra Hull - Singer Songwriter Multi-Instrumentalist

In her first 25 years alone, singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Sierra Hull hit more milestones than many musicians accomplish in a lifetime. After making her Grand Ole Opry debut at the age of 10, the Tennessee-bred virtuoso mandolinist played Carnegie Hall at age 12, then landed a deal with Rounder Records just a year later. Now 28-years-old, Hull is set to deliver her fourth full-length for Rounder: an elegantly inventive and endlessly captivating album called 25 Trips.
06/05/202144 minutes 36 seconds
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Belinda's Tuesday Tip 8 - Desire

Belinda discusses the second D of success - Desire
04/05/20216 minutes 6 seconds
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Kim Daly - Franchise Consultant

Kim Daly is one of America’s Top Franchise Consultants who has helped thousands of people explore franchise opportunities. For over 20 years, she has traveled the country as a keynote speaker and business break out leader and has hosted her own live events educating, motivating and inspiring Americans to the dream of small business ownership through the proven systems of a franchise.
03/05/202139 minutes 22 seconds
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Lisa Bloom - Film Composer

Lisa Bloom worked for years in Hollywood as an orchestrator and arranger on some of the most popular network television series and feature films including Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, The Flash and Batman Animated, Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Rescuers, the New Lassie, and the IMAX film, Special Effects. Her orchestrations and arrangements have been performed all over the world, including the London Symphony, major Hollywood orchestras, and the Prague Radio Symphony.
29/04/202144 minutes 23 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 7 - The First of the Five D's

Belinda talks about the first of the five D's of success
27/04/202111 minutes 36 seconds
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Carrie Seversen - The Unapologetic Voice House

Carrie Severson is the CEO of The Unapologetic Voice House, an independent publishing agency. She has been in the storytelling space for more than 20 years. https://theunapologeticvoicehouse.com/
26/04/202137 minutes 47 seconds
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Jake Hoot - The Voice Winner

Don’t let his larger-than-life presence fool you. Jake Hoot may stand 6’6”, but the Season 17 Team Kelly Clarkson Champion of NBC’s “The Voice” is just as genuine and sweet-natured as ever. Shattering records left and right, Hoot’s chart-topping abilities landed him a record 6 songs in the Top 10 of the iTunes Country Singles Chart as well as a #1 song on the overall iTunes Singles Chart. He just released his debut EP on January 27th with Danny Myrick at the helm.
22/04/202130 minutes 31 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 6 - Your Success Journey

Belinda discusses your success journey.
20/04/202124 minutes 13 seconds
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Wendy Collier - SoulFUEL

Wendy Collier coaches ambitious, purpose-driven women, entrepreneurs, coaches, artists, healers, light workers, and conscious leaders of all kinds, to live free from the inside out, through plugging into their SoulFUEL® and learning the skills required to be a wild success at growing their business. Wendy is the Founder and Creator of SoulFUEL®. She is known for helping women identify their unique skills and purpose while teaching them exactly how to thrive financially, through what they are meant to do.
19/04/202142 minutes 36 seconds
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Jake Kheel - Waking the Sleeping Giant

Jake Kheel is an environmental innovator whose efforts in the Dominican Republic with the Grupo Puntacana Foundation have won numerous awards and made the country’s tourism more competitive and environmentally sustainable. Jake directs the Center for Sustainability, a think tank partnering with renowned universities to conduct environmental research, and helped pioneer one of the Caribbean’s largest coral reef restoration projects.
15/04/202131 minutes 30 seconds
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Belinda’s Tuesday Tip 5 – The Four Pillars of Success: #4: Organization

In this Tuesday Tip, Belinda discusses the fourth pillar in the Four Pillars of Success: Organization
13/04/202114 minutes 53 seconds
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Lysa Miller - Ladybugz Interactive

Lysa Miller is the founder and CEO of the award-winning Boston digital agency, Ladybugz Interactive and the founder of the MetroWest Women's Network. Recent accomplishments include being featured on the cover of Boston Business Journal’s 2020 Annual Book of Lists and named in “10 Women-Owned Agencies You Should Know,” by Agency Spotter. She has also been featured for her expertise in Entrepreneur.com, Fortune.com, Thrive Global, CIO, and Business Insider.
12/04/202133 minutes 14 seconds
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Ben Golden - IRS Trouble Solver

Ben Golden is the CEO and Founding member of IRS Trouble Solvers, LLC, an organization helping individuals and businesses with wage garnishments, tax liens, delinquent tax returns, advisory bankruptcy services, and more.
08/04/202133 minutes 5 seconds
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Belinda’s Tuesday Tip 4 – The Four Pillars of Success: #3: Consistency

In this Tuesday Tip, Belinda discusses the third pillar in the Four Pillars of Success: Consistency
06/04/202111 minutes 29 seconds
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Sima Dahl - Sway Factor™

Sima Dahl, CSP, AS, and MBA, is an international speaker and branding visionary who will revolutionize the way you think about the business of personal brands. Her experience as an award-winning marketer paved the way for Sway Factor™, her ground-breaking personal branding strategies that empower professionals to stand out, stay relevant, and be in demand.
05/04/202130 minutes 38 seconds
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Jessica Grové - Broadway Actress , Educator, and Mom

Jessica most recently appeared on Broadway in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC with Bernadette Peters and Elaine Stritch. Her other Broadway credits include: SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE (Celeste 2), THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE (Miss Dorothy), and LES MISÉRABLES (Eponine). At age 15, Jessica originated the role of Dorothy in THE WIZARD OF OZ at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, as well as on the National Tour, performing alongside legends Mickey Rooney and Eartha Kitt.
01/04/202141 minutes 51 seconds
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Belinda’s Tuesday Tip 3 – The Four Pillars of Success: #2: Commitment

In this Tuesday Tip, Belinda discusses the second pillar in the Four Pillars of Success: Commitment
30/03/20217 minutes 36 seconds
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Jennifer Louden - Why Bother?

Jennifer Louden is a personal growth pioneer who helped launch the concept of self-care with her 1992 bestselling debut book The Woman’s Comfort Book. She is the author of six additional books, including The Woman’s Retreat Book, The Life Organizer, and her newest release, Why Bother? She appeared on a number of television and radio shows and podcasts—including The Oprah Winfrey Show. As an entrepreneur and educator, Jennifer has offered women’s retreats for over 25 years. She lives in Boulder Count
29/03/202139 minutes 33 seconds
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Elliott Holland - Guardian Due Diligence

Elliott Holland, founder of Guardian Due Diligence is a business buying expert. He has a Harvard MBA, spent 10 years buying companies for himself and others, and now prevents his clients from losing millions buying bad businesses. He’s the guy to hire to guard your money.
25/03/202136 minutes 55 seconds
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Robbie Crabtree - Performative Speaking

Robbie Crabtree has worked as an attorney on over 100 high-profile cases along with teaching persuasive speaking at Southern Methodist University Law School. He also coaches students to compete nationally in speech competitions every semester. He's worked with leaders at Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Reddit to develop their speaking ability.
22/03/202139 minutes 12 seconds
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Amy Downs - Survivor, CEO, Triathlete

Amy Downs is CEO of Allegiance Credit Union (formerly Federal Employees Credit Union) in Oklahoma City, which lost more than half of its employees in the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, the deadliest domestic terror attack in our nation’s history. In the years since the bombing, Amy became a mother, lost 200 pounds, competed in an Ironman Triathlon, obtained her MBA, and became CEO of the same credit union that was bombed.
18/03/202156 minutes 53 seconds
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Tuesday Tip 2 - The Four Pillars of Success: #1 Focus

In this Tuesday Tip, Belinda discusses the first pillar in the Four Pillars of Success: Focus
16/03/202112 minutes 2 seconds
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Esther Blum - Eat, Drink, and Be Gorgeous

Esther Blum is an Integrative Dietitian and High-Performance Coach. She has helped thousands of women permanently lose weight, eliminate the need for medication, lose stubborn belly fat, and reverse chronic illness. Esther is the bestselling author of Cavewomen Don’t Get Fat, Eat, Drink and Be Gorgeous, Secrets of Gorgeous, and The Eat, Drink, and Be Gorgeous Project. Esther has appeared on Dr. Oz, the Today Show, and Fox News Live.
15/03/202152 minutes 49 seconds
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EMPRESS Music - A Life of Dreams

At just four years old, EMPRESS’s life was changed when her hands touched the black and white keys on a keyboard for the first time. Her love for music evolved into a career as a professional dancer, and she became one of the youngest members of the San Francisco Ballet. Later, EMPRESS moved to New York City to perform on Broadway as the lead in the Tony Award-winning An American in Paris. Today, her career comes full-circle, as she prepares to release her debut EP, We Own This Crown, in spring 2021.
11/03/202131 minutes 1 second
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Tuesday Tip 1 - The Art of Being Self Employed

In Belinda's first Tuesday Tip she introduces you to the art of being self-employed and to the Four Pillars of Success.
09/03/202114 minutes 50 seconds
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Jenna Dancy - Chat Bots Unlocked

Jenna has always had a love of marketing and advertising. Having spent the last decade-plus in PR, sales, marketing, and coaching, Jenna has been in the online space since long before digital downloads and evergreen masterclasses. These days, Jenna specializes in lead-generation messenger marketing campaigns (also known as Facebook Messenger Chatbots) which helps coaches step away from their computers while continuously growing their client list.
08/03/202130 minutes 17 seconds
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Marty Ray - The Marty Ray Project

Marty Ray Project is an indie artist that will always be an indie artist. He has amassed a fan base of over 1.2 million fans and 200+ million views across all social media platforms. As he would say, “I’m just a guy that God put out here to sing and write songs, some people seem to like ‘em.”Marty is also an actor that has co-starred in TV shows like: The Detour on TBS, ZOO on CBS, and Preacher on AMC. He has acted in various films as well.
04/03/202129 minutes 48 seconds
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Bonus Episode - www.theparentpreneur.com

Bonus Episode - www.theparentpreneur.com
03/03/202132 minutes 52 seconds
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Bonus Episode - Exciting Announcement

Announcing some exciting changes for Work From Your Happy Place!
02/03/20216 minutes 55 seconds
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Jeffrey Shaw - The Self-Employed Life

How many people can say they’ve never worked for anyone else? Selling eggs door-to-door at 14 years old began a lifetime of self-employment. As a speaker and small business consultant, Jeffrey Shaw helps self-employed and small business owners gain control of their business in what seems like otherwise uncontrollable circumstances. Drawing on his experience as a renowned portrait photographer, Jeffrey shows business owners how to see business through a different lens and strategies to compose the...
01/03/202139 minutes 55 seconds
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Nikki Rausch - Sales Maven

After 25 years of experience selling to such prestigious organizations as The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Hewlett-Packard, and NASA, Nikki Rausch decided to trade in her road warrior status so she could help entrepreneurs sell in a way that builds relationships, creates true connection, and results in more closed deals and long-term clients. Now, as a sales coach, author, speaker, and founder of Sales Maven, Nikki transforms the misunderstood process of “selling” into techniques, tools, and tips ..
25/02/202135 minutes 19 seconds
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Nick Loper - Side Hustle Nation

Nick Loper helps people earn money outside of their day job. He's an author, online entrepreneur, and host of the award-winning Side Hustle Show podcast, which features new part-time business ideas each week. As Chief Side Hustler at SideHustleNation.com, he loves deconstructing the tactics and strategies behind building extra income streams.
22/02/202123 minutes 37 seconds
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Mia Hewett - Aligned Intelligence®

Mia has co-owned and operated seven-figure businesses, is an international speaker, a best selling Author, and a world-class business coach. She is the founder of Aligned Intelligence®, a methodology that removes all blind spots, fear, anxiety, and self-doubt. This is what allows her clients to Free their minds from having an inner critic or negative self-talk and shows them how to consistently and predictably, coach themselves through any obstacle…So they can build their dream businesses, feeling fulfil
18/02/202134 minutes 55 seconds
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Richard Lau - Logo.com

Richard Lau, the founder of Logo.com, has an impressive track record of building successful businesses. He has founded, built, and sold multiple companies including MyDomain.com, Resume.com, and NamesCon. Along with success on the business side, he has a heart for giving back to others and is Executive Director of WaterSchool, a charity focused onclean water projects in Uganda. Utilizing his experience as a means to benefit others, Richard has developed a passion for helping other entrepreneurs.
15/02/202140 minutes 30 seconds
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Lynette Charity - Dr. Charity Speaks

Lynette Charity, MD, is a Board-Certified Anesthesiologist with over 35 years of experience “putting people to sleep.” She’s also a keynote speaker, humorist and author. In aspiring to become a doctor, she met many dream smashers; people who wanted to “Squish! Squash! STOMP!” on her dream.
11/02/202133 minutes 4 seconds
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Nic Marks - The science of wellbeing

Nic Marks was once described as a "statistician with a soul" due to his unusual combination of 'hard' statistical skills and 'soft' people skills.He has been working in the field of happiness, wellbeing, and quality of life forever 25 years with a particular emphasis on measurement and how to create positive change.
08/02/202131 minutes 59 seconds
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Jessie Harris Bouton - Accelerate at 300 mph

Jessie Harris Bouton is a wife and mom of 5, certified life & business growth strategist, author, speaker, podcaster, and former 300+mph professional race car driver. She helps purpose-driven moms in business ditch the hustle & grind and dramatically increase their income & impact without increasing their to-do list.https://www.jessieharrisbouton.com/
04/02/202144 minutes 20 seconds
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Emily Gaudreau - How to Raise a Maverick

Emily, a former playboy photographer, is now a child sexual abuse prevention educator and anti-pornography activist. She is a woman on a mission to stop the cycle of sexual trauma and open our eyes to the high price we're paying for our pornified culture.
01/02/202143 minutes 25 seconds
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Christina Scalera - The Contract Shop

Christina Scalera is the attorney and founder behind The Contract Shop (http://thecontractshop.com/)®, a contract template store for creative entrepreneurs, wedding professionals, and coaches. In 2014, Christina found herself dreaming of pursuing a more creative path, and she started to look for alternatives to her in-house legal job. In the process, she ended up coming full circle by creating a business that brought the benefit of her legal training to help her fellow creatives.
28/01/202132 minutes
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Lee LeFever - Common Craft, The Art of Explanation

Lee LeFever is the co-founder of Common Craft and author of The Art of Explanation. Since 2007, Common Craft has won numerous awards, created explanations for the world’s most respected brands and created explainer videos that have earned over 50 million online video views.Today, Common Craft produces educational guides, ready-made videos and visuals that are used by educators in over 50 countries. Lee and his wife, Sachi, are Common Craft’s only employees.
25/01/202125 minutes 54 seconds
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Kira Hug - The Copywriter Club

Kira Hug is a personality-driven conversion copywriter, co-founder of The Copywriter Club and co-host of The Copywriter Club Podcast. She helps small business owners define their brand and attract their ideal clients by following her signature Brand Living Room Framework. Kira refers to herself as a Copy Chef (she dresses the part!), and she leads a team of multiple copywriters in a flex micro-agency focused on personality-driven sales copy for course, membership and program launches.
21/01/202127 minutes 48 seconds
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Debra Wanger - The Resilient Actor

Actor, singer, and certified wellness coach Debra Wanger has performed in theaters, cabarets, and screens from New York to Los Angeles. She’s a sought after speaker who’s given workshops at university theater programs and corporate groups across the country, and an author whose book The Resilient Actor: How to Kick-Ass in the Business Without it Kicking Your Ass was an Amazon bestseller. The Resilient Actor’s Workbook & Planner was just released. Debra lives in San Diego with her three children and he
18/01/202126 minutes 34 seconds
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Nita Patel - Boss Vibes

Nita Patel is a speaker, author, and artist who believes in modern etiquette as a path to becoming our best selves.Schooled in London and a veteran of corporate America, she has 20+ years in technology and healthcare leadership and nurturing teams toward confidence and impact. She is the author of the new book Boss Vibes: Self-Esteem, Success, and the Art of Etiquette. For more, visit Nita-Patel.com.
14/01/202136 minutes 47 seconds
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Jeff DeGraff - The Creative Mindset

Jeff DeGraff is both an advisor to Fortune 500 companies and a professor at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. His simultaneously creative and pragmatic approach to making innovation happen has led clients and colleagues to dub him the “Dean of Innovation.” He has written several books, including Leading Innovation, Innovation You, and The Innovation Code. His new book, The Creative Mindset, brings 6 creativity skills to everyone.
11/01/202133 minutes 16 seconds
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Valorie Burton - Coaching and Positive Psychology

A bestselling author and founder of the Coaching and Positive Psychology Institute (CaPP), Valorie has served clients in over 40 states and ten countries and written twelve books on personal development, including; Successful Women Think Differently, What’s Really Holding You Back and her latest Successful Women Speak Differently. She is a frequent guest expert for the TODAY Show, CNN, Dr. Oz, and many others. Join over 50,000 subscribers to her inspiring weekly e-newsletter at www.valorieburton.com.
07/01/202130 minutes 53 seconds
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Peter Kozodoy - Honest to Greatness

Peter Kozodoy is the award-winning author of Honest to Greatness, an Inc. 5000 serial entrepreneur, TEDx speaker, and business coach who works with organizations and their leaders to help them overcome self-limiting BS and use honesty to achieve greatness. His articles on leadership and entrepreneurship have appeared in Forbes, Inc., HuffPost, PR Daily, and more. He holds a BA in economics from Brandeis University and an MBA from Columbia Business School and lives outside New York City with his wife.
04/01/202131 minutes 28 seconds
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Kelly Swanson - "Who Hijacked My Fairy Tale"

Motivational Speaker, Comedian, Award-Winning Storyteller, One-Woman Show in Theaters "Who Hijacked My Fairy Tale"
12/10/202047 minutes 47 seconds
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Genevieve Piturro - Pajama Program

Genevieve Piturro founded the hugely successful national non- profit Pajama Program when a six-year-old girl's question almost 20 years ago changed her life forever. After a career in television marketing, she jumped off the corporate ladder. Today, her Pajama Program has delivered seven million Good Nights filled with magical gifts of pajamas and books to children throughout the US.
08/10/202029 minutes 32 seconds
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Riggs Eckelberry - OriginClear

Riggs Eckelberry doesn’t look like a bomb-thrower. And yet, he’s driving the disruption of a trillion-dollar industry that has fallen behind the times and is affecting the health of millions. That industry is Big Water. Simply, those billion-dollar centralized water systems aren’t coping with demand, and water quality is getting worse. Riggs Eckelberry is the founder and CEO of the innovative water technology company, OriginClear, which is delivering water solutions for industrial customers worldwide.
05/10/202036 minutes 31 seconds
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Maya Hu-Chan - Global Leadership Associates

Maya Hu-Chan is a globally-recognized keynote speaker, author, leadership educator, and Master Certified Coach. She specializes in global leadership, cross-cultural management, diversity, and Inclusion. Ranked Top 8 Global Solutions Thinkers by Thinkers50, World Top 30 Leadership Gurus, and Top 100 Thought Leaders in Management & Leadership, Maya has worked with thousands of leaders from Global Fortune 500 companies around the world. Maya is the founder and president of Global Leadership Associates.
01/10/202024 minutes 45 seconds
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Thom King - Icon Foods

Part CEO, part personal development wonk, and part biohacker info geek, Thom King is a self-confessed serial entrepreneur. While his favorite book list contains many success oriented and personal-development classics, the traditional definition of achieving success (e.g. make a lot of money) is not what inspires or motivates King. He follows more of a “you aren’t doing well unless you’re also doing some good” line of thinking. King’s company has been built around the simple principle of “do the
28/09/202030 minutes 36 seconds
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Marcia Moran - Stroke FORWARD

Marcia created Stroke FORWARD because she felt there is a need to share hope to stroke survivors and their caretakers. Learning to become her own health advocate one step a time and exploring holistic methods for healing are keys to her recovery. Marcia speaks and shares her message of hope, inspiration, healing, and a way forward as she goes across the country. She welcomes new opportunities to help individuals affected by major health crises move ahead.
24/09/202020 minutes 40 seconds
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Mike Robbins - We're All In This Together

Mike Robbins is the author of We're All In This Together; Bring Your Whole Self to Work; Nothing Changes Until You Do; Be Yourself, Everyone Else Is Already Taken; and Focus on the Good Stuff, which have been translated into 15 languages. A sought-after speaker, consultant, and thought leader, Mike works with a diverse group of clients throughout the world, including Google, Wells Fargo, Microsoft, Gap, and the Oakland A’s. Mike is also the host of a weekly podcast called We’re All in This Together.
21/09/202031 minutes 34 seconds
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Ann Sieg - E-Commerce Business School

In a past life, Ann was "The Godmother of Attraction Marketing"...an expert in building and KEEPING a loyal following that buys from you again and again for years!When she took her skillset online, things just exploded: not only an ultra-successful affiliate marketer, Ann was also the mastermind behind the Renegade System - responsible for creating an untold number of 6, 7, and 8 figure earners.But even after generating over $20,000,000.00 in online sales, she wasn't done.
17/09/202030 minutes 5 seconds
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Joel Berman - Smart N Go smart vending

Joel Berman offers lessons in entrepreneurship, innovation, and business from 25+ years of experience with several start-ups to Fortune 500 companies including Microsoft, Amazon.com, Pearson Education, Lenati, Wonder Forge, Ravensburger, Avanti Markets, One Foot Productions, and more. By working across diverse industries – publishing, education, online learning, software, technology, e-commerce, unattended retail/vending, food and beverage, entertainment, games, and other consumer packaged goods.
14/09/202026 minutes 48 seconds
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Dr Paul White - Making Work Relationships Work

Dr. Paul White is a psychologist, author, speaker, and consultant who “makes work relationships work”. For 20 years, he’s improved numerous businesses, schools, government agencies, and non-profit organizations by helping them: Create positive workplace relationships and improve staff morale, Eliminate the cynicism, sarcasm, and lack of trust that often is associated with traditional employee recognition programs. Overcome the obstacles to help staff communicate authentic appreciation to one another.
10/09/202020 minutes 17 seconds
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Sara Duchovnay - Opera Singer, Songbird Sara Jewelry

Opera singer Sara Duchovnay has turned a lifelong obsession with vintage and antique fine jewelry into a multifaceted dual career as a fine jewelry curator and owner of Songbird Sara Jewelry. While performing lead roles with opera companies around the country and traveling alongside her opera singing husband, Sara is able to make personal connections within the jewelry industry and source heirloom fine estate jewelry from all over the world.
08/09/202038 minutes 40 seconds
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Stacey Blume - Fashion Entrepreneur

Stacey Blume is an experienced fashion entrepreneur and inventor with a proven track record of developing innovative designs from inception to mass market adoption through licensing.  Stacey invented an ingredient brand called ElastaFuse Technology (EFT).  EFT re-engineered a classic sweatband to be a functioning piece of elastic in order to capture sweat, prevent chafing, and maximize comfort. This revolutionary elastic is patented in multiple categories including activewear, underwear, and accessory bag
03/09/202027 minutes 29 seconds
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David Arrington - 3D Coaching

David's stated mission is to impact an entire generation of leaders. He does this by Helping Executives Realize Their Vision & Create Sustainable Change Through 3D Coaching.David holds a doctorate in strategic leadership, which he puts to good use in his coaching practice. He is a force multiplier for executives who want to hit their stretch goals fast. He partners with C-level executives and their leadership teams, increasing accountability, clarity, and focus.
31/08/202024 minutes 44 seconds
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Eileen McDargh - Burnout to Breakthrough

Since 1980, Eileen McDargh has helped organizations and individuals transform the life of their business and the business of their life through conversations that matter and connections that count. She has become known as a master facilitator, an award-winning author, and an internationally recognized keynoter and executive coach. She draws upon practical business know-how, life's experiences, and years of consulting to major national and international organizations.
27/08/202034 minutes 33 seconds
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Bill Protzmann - Music Care, Inc.

Bill Protzmann’s mission is to raise awareness of the power of music as self-care. He is the world’s leading advocate and educator on the power of music for physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health, holds magna cum laude degrees in piano performance and creative writing, and has led a successful IT consulting practice for more than 30 years. In 2011, Bill launched Music Care Inc, a for-purpose corporation to teach and advocate for practical ways music can be used for your self-care.
24/08/202030 minutes 27 seconds
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Nina Froriep - Grow with video

Nina has worked with stars like Sophia Loren, John Malkovich, and Wynton Marsalis, interviewed Fortune 500 CEO’s, worked on Emmy award-winning and Emmy-nominated documentaries, and produced hundreds of videos for uber-corporate shows. Now, Nina Enables Mission-Driven Entrepreneurs to Grow their Business with Consistent Video Content through 1-on-1 Coaching & Peer Learning.
20/08/202031 minutes 17 seconds
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Tom Wise - Kerry Kart and more

Tom Wise spent over 30 years in the TV selling business. He worked as a host and Director of On-Air Talent on HSN and, as a vendor, has appeared as a guest on HSN and QVC. He has imported millions of dollars worth of products that were sold on live TV and he worked as the VP of Production for Shark Tank’s Kevin Harrington. He is the inventor and patent holder of the "4-in-1" Kerry Kart and part-time stand-up comic.
17/08/202035 minutes 43 seconds
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Don Snellings - Endurance Athlete

Don Snellings is an AdTech Veteran of 15 years, Avid Endurance Athlete (Marathoner and soon to be Ironman) and Co-Founder of FICS NYC which is a fitness recovery and wellness studio. In addition Don lives in New York City with his wife and French Bulldog and spends his free time training in Central park while seeking all realms of mental and physical well-being.
13/08/202020 minutes 12 seconds
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Erica Ligenza - Caffeinate Your Soul

Erica started off as a blogger back in 2013 before the era of Instagram - eventually, she was able to make blogging her full-time job in 2016. Around that same time, she created a course for other bloggers looking to monetize their influence, when there was nothing else like it on the market, called BossPitch - and that’s all about teaching others how to pitch and politely persist their way to their dream brand partnerships with brands as bloggers.
10/08/202030 minutes 56 seconds
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Hilary DeCesare - The ReLaunchCo

Hilary DeCesare is an award-winning entrepreneur, Executive Coach, CEO of The ReLaunch Co., featured speaker in the Silicon Valley and women's conferences nationwide, as well as a philanthropist in The Bay Area. She's made it her commitment to help people reach new heights in life, their career, and relationships. Having faced several setbacks herself, she has a unique understanding of how to help others by providing actionable steps to successfully ReLaunch.
06/08/202037 minutes 48 seconds
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Robert Farrington - The College Investor

Robert Farrington is the founder and owner of The College Investor. He is also America's Student Loan Debt Expert, and regularly writes about student loan debt, investing, and millennial money.
03/08/202026 minutes 56 seconds
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Karese Laguerre - Oral Wellness

Karese is a Registered Dental Hygienist and Myofunctional Therapist. She founded The Myo Spot, a practice aimed at amplifying oral wellness to whole body wellness. Through tele-therapy she helps clients of all ages overcome tongue ties, TMJ disorders, sleep apnea, grinding, anxiety, and various breathing and orofacial dysfunction.
30/07/202019 minutes 52 seconds
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Paul Smith - Business Storytelling

Paul Smith is one of the world’s leading experts in business storytelling. He’s one of Inc. Magazine’s Top 100 Leadership Speakers of 2018, a storytelling coach, and bestselling author of the books The 10 Stories Great Leaders Tell, Sell with a Story, Lead with a Story, Parenting with a Story, and Four Days with Kenny Tedford. He holds an MBA from the Wharton School, is a former consultant at Accenture, and former executive and 20-year veteran of The Procter & Gamble Company.
27/07/202039 minutes 56 seconds
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Kimberly Hambrick - BS Buster

Dr. Kimberly Hambrick is a leadership development and growth coach and trainer. She DESIGNS empowered leaders to achieve the significance they desire. Knowns as the BS Buster—she works to bust through their BS—belief systems—or bullshit swirl of negative thought and excuses with a proven system that minimizes risks and moves them forward.
23/07/202038 minutes 48 seconds
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Stephen Somers - Marketplace SuperHeroes

Stephen Somers is the co-founder of Marketplace SuperHeroes, an online education and services company that helps people all over the world learn how to sell their own products globally on Amazon from complete scratch.
20/07/202031 minutes 19 seconds
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Laura Bull - From Individual to Empire

Laura Bull spent ten years with Sony Music Entertainment where she became one of the company's youngest executives at the age of twenty-eight. During her tenure, she spearheaded artist development and marketing for globally recognized brands including Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, and Johnny Cash among hundreds of other artists from Arista, RCA, Columbia, Epic, and Monument records.
09/07/202024 minutes 9 seconds
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Billy Bross - Online Education Growth Expert

Billy Bross had a thriving career as a consultant in the energy industry, working with important clients like the Dept of Energy, Native American tribes, and Fortune 500 companies. It was an interesting and rewarding career, but deep down he was looking for something more. He wanted to do something he was passionate about, a venture of his own. He began with a beer brewing blog and had unexpected success offering tips on homebrewing. Billy took a chance and decided to sell an online course on the topic.
06/07/202023 minutes 52 seconds
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Kumiko Love - The Budget Mom

Launched by Kumiko Love, an Accredited Financial Counselor and a single mom who has fought her way out of $77K in debt, The Budget Mom is empowering women everywhere to regain control of their financial lives. The Budget Mom offers tools including The Budget-by-Paycheck WorkbookTM, expert advice, and a supportive network. The Budget Mom blog goes far beyond other financial advice resources, offering lifestyle tips and money-saving strategies in addition to easy-to-follow explanations of financial terms.
02/07/202030 minutes 39 seconds
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Mike McCloud - World Food Championships

Founder / CEO of the World Food Championships, the largest culinary competition for the chef/pro cook industry. Mike, who has 30 years of marketing experience, started WFC in 2012 and recently acquired the International Chili Society to expand his live event portfolio. He earned a Communications degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, after which he worked briefly in New York City for a publishing firm. His true loves of entrepreneurship and content development were combined in 1991...
29/06/202034 minutes 33 seconds
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Kim Ades - Frame Of Mind Coaching™

Kim Ades is the President and Founder of Frame of Mind Coaching™ and JournalEngine™ Software. Author, speaker, entrepreneur, coach, and mother of five, Kim has 15 years of experience coaching many of North America’s most respected leaders. Recognized as an expert in the area of thought mastery, Kim uses her unique philosophy and quirky coaching style to help her clients deal with core issues and shift their thinking in order to yield extraordinary results.247
25/06/202034 minutes 35 seconds
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Ola Muhammed - Architect-Creative Director-Magic Maker

Architect. Creative Director. Magic Maker. Ola wears many hats, each more beautiful than the last. She established IJORERE, Inc. in June 2008. Her architectural expertise is evident in the unconventional approaches to her designs. Done with such precision, it is this background that sets IJORERE designs apart from the rest. Ola’s creative sensibilities don’t simply herald GRAND occasions, her designs are works of art.
22/06/202033 minutes 43 seconds
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Paul Maskill - Ultimate Freedom

Paul started his first business in 2011. He was soon working 60-80 hours a week with a business that couldn’t survive without him. So Paul started systematizing everything while empowering a team to run the business better than he could. Before he knew it his revenue doubled to almost $500k while the number of hours he worked dropped below 40. Paul then sold his business for 3x net profit. He’s now back into business ownership with 2 local businesses while also helping ambitious business owners automate
18/06/202026 minutes 25 seconds
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Lynette Louise - The Brain Broad

Dr. Lynette Louise is an internationally renowned Brain Change and Leadership expert who teaches a unique and effective approach to Leadership around the globe. An award-winning author, speaker, opinion writer, host, recognized humanitarian, and consultant Lynette (known as The Brain Broad) is universally applauded for her skilled use of science and stories when speaking to and teaching groups.
15/06/202034 minutes 40 seconds
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Jason Wright - Intentionally Inspirational

Jason Wright is the founder of Intentionally Inspirational. They are a digital agency that offers sales funnel strategy, design, development, and management. The platforms that they specialize in are ActiveCampaign, ClickFunnels, and of course, Facebook.To put all of that more simply, they help companies get more leads and sales and work hard to demystify all of that lingo for their customers.
11/06/202031 minutes 37 seconds
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Morgan Carroll - Actor Comedian Blogger

Morgan is an actor, comedian and blogger... Working as an event planner and running her own wedding coordinating business on the side while she pursues creativity and her large aspirations.
08/06/202037 minutes 9 seconds
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Jim Nelson and Rene Agredano - Tripawds

Rene Agredano and Jim Nelson grew their full-service marketing firm for ten years in a remote small town. In 2007, they hit the road in a fifth-wheel trailer with their dog Jerry after he lost a leg to cancer. They have been full-time RVers ever since – working from their mobile headquarters to manage Tripawds, the largest online support community for three-legged pets and their people.
04/06/202033 minutes 6 seconds
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Kimberly Spencer - crownyourself.com

Kimberly Spencer is an award-winning high-performance coach and trainer, Amazon best-selling co-author, international motivational speaker, and the founder of CrownYourself.com, helping high achievers build their empire and sparkle with holistic fulfillment in their bodies, businesses, and relationships. Her 10-year track record in sales and entrepreneurship was recently featured in the Amazon Best Seller Book, The Start: Journey to Entrepreneurship. Her work has been featured on The CW, ESPN, and more...
01/06/202040 minutes 38 seconds
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Steve Lubetkin - The Lubetkin Media Companies

Steve Lubetkin is an award-winning multimedia journalist and veteran PR counselor. Under the State Broadcast News brand of his Lubetkin Media Companies, in May he launched "The CRE News Hour," a weekly podcast featuring radio-style news and feature interviews about commercial real estate.He just finished a five-year engagement covering commercial real estate news for Globe Street dot com. He produces conference podcasts for NJSpotlight dot com.
28/05/202035 minutes 27 seconds
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Shawn Anderson - SOAR!

Shawn is a #1 ranked motivational author, unlimited thinker, and lifetime entrepreneur with a history of inspiring others. A seven-time author, Shawn is also the creator of Extra Mile Day...a day recognizing the power we each have to create positive change when we "go the extra mile." (On 11/1/19, 525+ cities made the declaration and recognized local extra-mile heroes.)
26/05/202025 minutes 54 seconds
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Nicole Roberts Jones - Bankroll Your Brilliance

Nicole Roberts Jones is uniquely gifted at one thing – drawing out what’s best in YOU and helping you take your Brilliance to The Bank. A veteran of the entertainment industry, Nicole worked in Talent Management and Casting before shifting her talents to help others Bankroll Their Brilliance. She now works with entrepreneurs to create multiple streams of income from what they already know in order to build an empire from their expertise. Nicole is also a nationally recognized transformational speaker.
21/05/202025 minutes 49 seconds
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Rocky Lelvani - Profit First Professional

Profit First Professional Rocky Lalvani, MBA, Enrolled Agent IRS, helps business owners achieve financial success and utilize the profits from their business to live a life of abundance. Rocky is the millionaire next door. He started out with basically nothing when his parents immigrated to the United States when he was two years old, and his dad was 42. It was his parent's second big move in life, and they were starting over again to create the American dream.
18/05/202024 minutes 27 seconds
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Stephen Sainato - Professional Coach

Stephen G Sainato, Esq., BCC is a Board Certified and NYU Certified professional coach. His clients include doctors, lawyers, educators, students, CEOs, business owners, mental health professionals, fitness professionals, and more. Stephen has been a featured writer by organizations such as CNBC and has conducted workshops and presentations for organizations including the New Jersey State Bar Association. Stephen is the founder of Extraordinary Coaching & Leadership™ and co-founder of the Live Fully Summi
14/05/202029 minutes 2 seconds
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Angela Marshall - Author Stone

Angela Marshall, also known as “Author Stone,” is an Augusta, Ga., native, entrepreneur, and positive words powerhouse that utilizes her personal life experiences of struggle, strength, and success to captivate audiences and readers abroad. Author Stone is a motivational presenter, published bestselling author, columnist, ex-NFL wife, and creative writing consultant.
11/05/202030 minutes 28 seconds
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Robin Sacks - Confidence and Performance Coach

Robin Sacks is a confidence and performance coach, professional speaker, author and motivator, as well as a mom and wife.She helps smart people get out of their own way so they can show-up with real confidence, stress less, and accomplish more, regardless of the situation.By teaching clients and audiences how to shift their self-talk, body language, and mental-game, they feel more calm, show-up with more confidence, and feel more in control of their stressors - both the internal and external ones!
07/05/202032 minutes 23 seconds
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Lisa Fain - Center for Mentoring Excellence

Lisa is CEO of Center for Mentoring Excellence, a Seattle, WA based business that helps organizations create better leaders and more inclusive cultures through mentoring. She is a global keynote speaker and an expert in the intersection of mentoring and inclusion and is passionate about the power of diversity and inclusion to create better workplaces, better teams, and better results.
04/05/202040 minutes 59 seconds
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Rich Keller - Brand CATALYST

Rich Keller brings a unique approach to personal branding. As a CATALYST, he understands the challenges associated with trying to discover what makes you stand-out.
30/04/202036 minutes 44 seconds
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Kyle Sulerud - Adleg.com

Kyle is the founder of AdLeg.com, providing training and software for Google Ads and YouTube Ads marketers. He’s an author, speaker, consultant, and teacher. To keep his skills sharp, Kyle also manages ad campaigns for a select number of clients. You can join him in his “Google Ads Strategy” and “YouTube Ads Strategy” groups on Facebook.
27/04/202039 minutes 23 seconds
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Sabrina Runbeck

Sabrina Runbeck, MPH, MHS, PA-C is a surgical advanced practice provider with a background in public health and neuroscience. She is also a peak performance queen.She had to say NO to 80+ hour workweeks where she felt exhausted, underappreciated, and misunderstood and said YES to a life and career that elevates her energy and passion without compromising her health and sanity.Now, she is on a mission to help millennials professionals, especially women in healthcare, to reduce stress, restore wellness...
23/04/202029 minutes 59 seconds
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WFYHP 0228 Cory Collins - Ample Opportunity

Cory Collins is an author, certified speaker, coach, & trainer with the John C. Maxwell Team, as well as the Founder of Ample Opportunity, Inc, a business consulting firm that specializes in business coaching, leadership development, and sales training.
20/04/202030 minutes 18 seconds
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Sharon Cully - Simply Processes

Sharon Cully is the owner and founder of Simply Processes, where she helps entrepreneurs find the time they need to grow their business, make more money and create more freedom. With 15+ years of experience working with leading global brands like Coca-Cola, Diageo, and GlaxoSmithKline, Sharon has successfully helped companies around the world to increase performance and minimize costs, all while meeting customer objectives.
16/04/202031 minutes 43 seconds
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Kara Mayer Robinson - Really Famous

Kara Mayer Robinson is a celebrity interviewer, TV talk show host, and host and producer of the TV and film talent-interview show Really Famous.Kara interviews A-listers like Spike Lee, Joe Mantegna, Michael Rapaport, Tippi Hedren and Tim Gunn for television, podcasts, digital media, print and live events.
13/04/202034 minutes 8 seconds
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Rachel Papworth - Professional Organization

Rachel Papworth, the online Professional Organiser, liberates busy people from the shackled of chaos and clutter, to give peace of mind and productivity.
09/04/202032 minutes 35 seconds
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David Trotter - Inspiration Rising

David Trotter is a Launch Coach and Host of Inspiration Rising, a podcast dedicated to inspiring women (and the men who support them) to rise up in life, love, and leadership. For over 25 years, he’s helped people get unstuck, clarify their goals, and take their lives to the next level through his leadership, speaking, books, and filmmaking.
06/04/202039 minutes 57 seconds
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Mikaela Kiner - Reverb

MIKAELA KINER is an experienced HR / People Operations professional, founder/CEO, and executive coach. In 2015, Mikaela founded Reverb, creating a healthy, inclusive culture in startups and growing companies in the Pacific Northwest. A People Operations professional for nearly twenty years, Mikaela enjoys coaching leaders at all levels and promoting gender equality at work.
02/03/202032 minutes 39 seconds
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Zeudy Mars

Zeudy Mars is a passionate entrepreneur like you, a mommy of 4, and a certified health coach that is here to teach women entrepreneurs how to fuel their body “the right way”. All so that they can have more energy to make a big impact in the world with their business and passion. She shares what she’s learned from her own experience over the last 10 years and from some of the best teachers in the country while she was earning her Health Coach Certification.
27/02/202020 minutes 38 seconds
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Wendy Pilch - Millie & Main

Wendy Pilch is one of the co-founders of Millie & Main, an online subscription wardrobe company offering monthly Looks & Links for busy women.
24/02/202031 minutes 46 seconds
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WFYHP 0220 Natalie and Joeel

After their business crumbled due to a long term illness, Joeel and Natalie Rivera decided they never wanted to be in that situation again. So they dedicated themselves to converting their training and speaking programs into online courses that would outlive them and would provide passive income. They reached over 150,000 students from 195 countries in only 3 years and became advocates for the democratization of education.
13/01/202040 minutes 40 seconds
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WFYHP 0219 Malvika Sheth - Stylebymalvika

Malvika Sheth runs Stylebymalvika, and she is a digital fashion content creator and writer. Recently, she was named one of the top five up and coming fashion influencers by Pixlee!She creates photo content and writes about fashion, beauty, and travel on her website, posts a few times daily on Instagram, and also creates fun, fashion-filled YouTube videos, and vlogs for her audience.
09/01/202034 minutes 47 seconds
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WFYHP 0218 Dr. Trenace Richardson - Soul Centric Leadership

Dr. Trenace Richardson is a nationally sought after keynote speaker and an award-winning educator, author, and CEO. With over 20 years of leadership experience in the public and private sectors, Dr. Richardson is a highly respected leadership researcher and practitioner. She has spoken to audiences across the country, helping businesses, churches, civic organizations, and individuals excel in the areas of personal and leadership development.
06/01/202025 minutes 21 seconds
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217 Cheryl Najafi and Jackie Gutierrez - The Cause Collection

Cheryl Najafi is a NYT best selling author, speaker, and entrepreneur. In 2018 Najafi founded The Cause Collection, a socially responsible online clothing company that supports nonprofits who fight for tolerance, humanitarianism and social justice. Jackie Gutierrez brings experience as an entrepreneur and active volunteer to The Cause Collection. Her career has included founding and leading start-ups, designing go-to-market strategies, e-commerce website design, product design and manufacturing.
12/12/201931 minutes 29 seconds
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WFYHP 0216 Dee Ann Turner

Dee Ann Turner spent 33 years at Chick-fil-A and during that time was VP of Talent and VP of Sustainability. CFA’s first female officer. She shaped the culture of CFA and developed talent systems for the selection and retention of Chick-fil-A Corporate staff and Franchisees. She's the author of two best-selling books - It’s My Pleasure and Bet on Talent. Her 3rd book will be released in Spring 2021.
09/12/201926 minutes 24 seconds
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WFYHP 0215 Wendy Herman - BRABAR

20+ years experience with core competency in Intimate Apparel. Developed profitable businesses for Iconic brands. Calvin Klein Underwear for Women 1994-2008. Launched Tommy Hilfiger Intimates & Sleepwear 2008/2009 Launched Lucky Brand Intimates & Sleepwear – 2009 / 2010. Yummy by Heather Thomson 2011 - 2016, Founder of BRABAR
05/12/201924 minutes 43 seconds
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WFYHP 0214 Wendie Kause

As a Business Coach for over seven years, Wendie Kause has helped and inspired hundreds of individuals and businesses to get out of their own way with The Kause Syndicate. She helps them make positive changes that result in increased income, a happier work culture, and improved customer service, all resulting in increased profitability and team satisfaction.
02/12/201929 minutes 30 seconds
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WFYHP 0213 Matt Johnson

Matt Johnson is a marketer, entrepreneur, podcast expert, and musician. Matt runs a podcast PR & production agency based in San Diego, an international team that helps business coaches and consultants break in and dominate their niche through podcasting.Matt currently hosts niche business podcasts and recently launched the Podcast Pitch Assistant program to help experts get pitched to podcasts consistently without doing any of the backend work themselves.
18/11/201930 minutes 14 seconds
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WFYHP 0212 Mac and Kenz - Delight Ministries

MacKenzie Wilson (Mac) and MacKenzie Baker (Kenz) are entrepreneurs, podcasters, authors, and the founders of Delight Ministries, an organization that empowers, educates and provides a community for college women across the United States. Delight Ministries is on a mission to invite college women into a Christ-centered community that fosters vulnerability and transforms lives.
11/11/201926 minutes 31 seconds
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WFYHP 0211 Stephanie Gass

Stefanie Gass helps mompreneurs create passive income businesses that light them up!Fueled by Jesus, iced coffee, & toddler snuggles, Stef is both an exceptional mama AND an extremely successful entrepreneur.Stef’s call is empowering women to claim their BEST lives by working less, yet making more.Stef believes that when we let God's miracles light our path, we will profit from our passions, live proactively, & design a life that fuels our soul.She believes we can actually have it all.
07/11/201930 minutes 37 seconds
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WFYHP 0210 Pete Mockaitis - Awesome At Your Job

Pete Mockaitis is an award-winning trainer and coach who helps professionals perform optimally at work. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, and Inc. Pete has delivered 1-on-1 coaching to over 700 leaders hailing from world-class organizations (such as Google, FedEx, Amazon, Apple, Anheuser-Busch, and the United Nations), 50 countries, and every Ivy League university. He began his career at Bain & Company and currently hosts the How to be Awesome at Your Job podcast.
04/11/201931 minutes 53 seconds
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WFYHP 0209 Jim Stavis

Jim Stavis was diagnosed with Juvenile Type 1 diabetes when he was 17 years old. At that time, he was told that he would live a shortened life span with health side effects such as kidney and heart disease, blindness, and amputations. He could have become depressed and allow that diagnosis to impair his life ambitions, but instead, he used the diagnosis to motivate him to achieve even greater success.
31/10/201933 minutes 28 seconds
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WFYHP 0208 Laura Pennington Briggs

Laura Briggs is a former inner-city teacher turned entrepreneur, freelance writer, and author. She's also a military wife, domestic violence advocate, and Ph.D. candidate in public administration and policy writing my dissertation. Her first book is in the top ten in the Business Category for the "Author Academy Awards." She's also delivered two TEDx talks on the freelance economy.https://betterbizacademy.com/
24/10/201920 minutes 22 seconds
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WFYHP 0207 Jason Wasser

Mr. Wasser graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a Masters Degree in Marital & Family Therapy and a certificate in Sports & Fitness Psychology from California State University. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Addictions Professional (CAP), and Certified Hypnotherapist.
21/10/201924 minutes 47 seconds
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WFYHP 0206 Ashley and Gianna - Quilt

Ashley Sumner is the CEO & Co-founder of Quilt. She’s a community builder obsessed with designing unique ways to connect people in a more meaningful way. Gianna’s second start-up is Quilt, which formed in the effort to rebuild the feminine connection.
17/10/201931 minutes 32 seconds
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WFYHP 0205 Maki Moussavi

Maki Moussavi is a transformational success coach focused on helping people create lives defined by their desires rather than societal or familial constructs of success. Too many put up with a life spent surviving rather than thriving. Maki’s passion is helping people discover their personal programming and the patterns in which they operate in order to break through to a life where they unapologetically live according to their own expectations, not those of others.
14/10/201934 minutes 15 seconds
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WFYHP 0204 Caroline Balinska - Winning With Shopify

Caroline helps everyday people fast track through the stress and confusion of creating an e-commerce business so they can make huge profits and have a business that runs on autopilot while they can live their life without financial stress. The founder of the #1 marketing service for newbie Shopify stores and the host of the Winning With Shopify podcast. She mentors merchants looking for that edge in business.
10/10/201929 minutes 17 seconds
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WFYHP 0203 Dr. Amir Rashidian

Holding Bachelor of Science degrees in Chemistry and Human Biology and a Doctorate in Chiropractic, Amir A. Rashidian is the founder of the Mid-Atlantic Chiropractic Center. Established in 2006 and serving over 18,000 patient visits annually, the Mid-Atlantic Chiropractic Center focuses on high-tech diagnostics to detect and correct disturbances in the nervous system.
07/10/201933 minutes 12 seconds
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WFYHP 0202 SQuire Rushnell

SQuire Rushnell is the New York Times Bestselling author eleven God Winks books. He’s a monthly contributor for the NBC TODAY Show. And last Christmas Hallmark launched the Godwink Movie Series… one of the highest-rated movies in the history of Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel. SQuire is a former ABC Network executive who was a father of Schoolhouse Rock and led Good Morning America to number one.
30/09/201942 minutes 18 seconds
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WFYHP 0201 Mark Zablow

Mark Zablow is Founder and CEO of Cogent Entertainment Marketing, and with over fifteen years of experience on the front lines of entertainment marketing, Mark has ascended as a trusted voice in influencer and experiential marketing today, and saw an immense opportunity for brands to work with celebrities, influencers, and professional athletes in non-traditional ROI driven formats.
26/09/201935 minutes 41 seconds
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WFYHP 0200 Clyde Riddlesbrood

Clyde P Riddlesbrood is the founder and owner of the Riddlesbrood Touring Theater Company which was started in 2000. He has personally been in over 5000 shows in his lifetime and as a company, they have performed over 1500 shows. Currently, Riddlesbrood is one of the most successful and vibrant theater companies in the New York, New Jersey area performing more than 150 murder mysteries and dinner theater shows per year at multiple locations.
23/09/201927 minutes 16 seconds
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WFYHP 0199 Manisha Thakor

Manisha Thakor serves as the vice president of financial education at Brighton Jones, one of the nation’s most innovative and rapidly growing wealth management firms. With the firm’s support, she is launching her trueWELLth podcast in March 2019 that will help people shed the flawed equation that wealth = happiness by giving them tools from a wide range of experts on how to redefine success and craft one’s own definition of trueWELLth. Manisha is a Harvard MBA, CFA, CFP, as well as an author/speaker/t
19/09/201943 minutes 23 seconds
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WFYHP 0198 Paul Brodie - Get Published Podcast

Paul Brodie is a 14-TIME Bestselling Author, Book Publisher and Executive Ghostwriter at Brodie Consulting Group, and host of the Get Published Podcast. https://www.brodieedu.com/https://www.brodieedu.com/podcast
16/09/201925 minutes 22 seconds
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WFYHP 0197 Tommy Baker - UnResolution

Tommy Baker helps dreamers, visionaries and entrepreneurs bring those dreams to life —and create a life they can’t wait to wake up for. As the author of UnResolution, The 1% Rule and The Leap Of Your Life, Tommy believes living up to our potential is what we’re here for.Through his writing, coaching, and podcast —he’s helped thousands of people take their next bold step and never look back. He’s been featured in Entrepreneur, Influencive, Thought Catalog and more.
12/09/201926 minutes 19 seconds
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WFYHP 0196 Wendy Tibus - Get Movin Fundraising

Wendy Tibus, Founder of Get Movin' Fundraising, was a PTA President for her children’s school and a volunteer for years in the early 2000’s. As PTA President she brought the very first DIY Fun Run to the school and raised $28k in 2 weeks. It was a huge success at the time and prompted her devotion for engaging more into helping schools be successful. It was obvious that healthy donation based fundraisers were superseding any type of sales based fundraisers like junk food or unnecessary products.
05/09/201943 minutes 21 seconds
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WFYHP 0195 Sam Cohen - The Crighton Team

Sam is a Las Vegas local Realtor with The Crighton Team at Rothwell Gornt Companies. His brokerage specializes in residential real estate and focusing on incomparable customer service and an unparalleled knowledge of the Greater Las Vegas real estate market.
29/08/201933 minutes 9 seconds
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WFYHP 0194 Krissy Frewin 2B Organized

Krissy Frewin is the owner of 2B Organized Kansas City, a Professional Organizing Service located in the Kansas City area. At a very young age, Krissy realized her passion for organizing as she constantly arranged, re-arranged, and organized her room. While Krissy has always considered herself an “organizer”, it took several years to realize that organizing could actually be a business that she could scale and make a full-time salary on.
26/08/201939 minutes 21 seconds
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WFYHP 0193 Mitchell Levy

Global Credibility Expert Mitchell Levy (pronounced Lee Vee) is a TEDx speaker and international bestselling author of over 60 books. As The AHA Guy at AHAthat, he helps to extract the genius from your head in a two-hour interview so that his team can ghostwrite your book, publish it, distribute it, and make you an Amazon bestselling author in four months. He is an accomplished Entrepreneur who has created twenty businesses in Silicon Valley.
22/08/201939 minutes 7 seconds
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WFYHP 0192 Brad Bearden

Brad Bearden, Founder of The Brad Bearden Agency and formerly Chief Marketing Officer for Frank Kern, Inc. He is widely considered one of the Top 5 social media marketers in the world. In the past 9 years, he has gone from being completely homeless to building four separate 7 figure companies from scratch (without any seed capital or financial investors)In the past two years, he has directly managed over 52 Million dollars in ad spend on Facebook and Instagram alone.
19/08/201948 minutes 46 seconds