As artists, we know the feeling of putting our heart and soul into a piece of work, only to second guess ourselves and worry about what others might think. It's a common struggle we all face! But it's important to remember that art is subjective, and the only opinion that truly matters is our own. On this episode, we will explore the struggle of staying true to our vision, how to overcome it, and other ways to embrace our authenticity while creating without fear. Outline of This Episode [2:01] The pressures of needing others' approval [9:13] The negative impacts of seeking external validation [12:19] The role of self-doubt in the art-making process [25:03] Recap and final thoughts Resources Mentioned on this episode The Savvy Painter Growth Studio The Savvy Painter Community Connect With Antrese On Facebook On Pinterest On Instagram On Twitter
Today, we have the beautiful Courtney Dawson on the podcast; a psychic medium, ordained minister, mentor and life coach. Courtney is a professional working medium, spiritualist minister and mentor. She has worked with clients all around the globe including Denmark, United Kingdom, Brazil , Australia and North America.She has trained at the prestigious Arthur Findlay College in Stansted England. As well, she has trained with many well known and international mediums including Tony Stockwell.Courtney is also received her Spiritual Life Coaching certification by international psychic medium James Van Praagh.Courtney's vibrant energy and strong connection with the spirit world is making her a much sought after medium and mentor. She has appeared on several podcasts and shares her expertise so others can feel seen and confident in their own experiences.In this episode, we talk about: How she found out she was connected to Spirit How Courtney became a Medium The importance of setting professional boundariesBuilding community in the mediumship industryConnecting to your intuitive practiceDiscovering what kind of mediumship you likeStaying true to your values and standardsOwning your worth as a medium Avoiding burnout Staying curious as a Medium / intuitive practitionerThe best way to connect with Courtney is to check out her links HERE! This is where you'll find her services, HER PODCAST, events, Instagram and more. BOOK A 1:1 READING WITH ME HEREBOOK A 1:1 SPIRITUAL MENTORSHIP DISCOVERY CALL HERECOME TO MY IN-PERSON GATHERING!!! 3 LISTENERS GET A SPECIAL CODE, PODCASTLOVE10 FOR 10% OFF!!!!!!!
This week's Misfit Entrepreneur is Jay Haleem Washington. Jay went from working for $8.00 an hour at the Hampton Inn to earning 6 figures as a Commercial Photographer in just a few years. He was able to accomplish all this while being a convicted felon. While working for $8.00 an hour he developed his mantra #IWon'tStarve, which was the catalyst for him to leave his job after only one year. he has become pardoned, and now is a best-selling author 4 times over and motivational speaker. Over his career, he's been able to work with the following international brands, Nike, Save The Children Foundation, NFL, Amtrak, and The WNBA. He focuses on strategic development of public sector business, management and administration of client contracts, and client protection via compliance oversight, resulting in growth through government contracting. But, it's not so much what Jay does that was the reason I asked him to come on the show as much as it was his message of “I won't Starve” and how he persisted through to success. www.Iwontstarve.com www.JHaleem.com Jay says it was a long journey. He was raised in a crazy home in New Jersey with people on drugs, etc. He was raised by his grandmother and was on the streets early on in life. He got into a lot of trouble but was also a great student. He was smart but using it for the wrong things. He graduated with honors from college, but also committed a white-collar crime that was felony trying to make money in college. After graduating, he was unable to get a job because of his record, so entrepreneurship was the answer. He started a successful cleaning business and did well, but during the 2008 recession, his wife lost her job on Capitol Hill, and he sold the business moving back down south to focus on raising their kids. He took an $8 job to have something, but new he could do much better and less than a year later started his commercial photography business. An in a short time the business climbed into 6-figures and then grew tremendously as he got into doing government contract work. He then started helping other minority businesses get approved for contracts and has now helped/consulted for over 600 helping them get contracts. He then went on to write his books, start speaking, etc. What are some of the success principles you've learned to succeed in business? Early on, it is all about heart and having the guts to do what needs to be done. You must personally develop. You can learn to do anything, and you must constantly learn. You must learn about the different types of people and how to work with them. You have to take your skill set and match it with others to create a beautiful picture. Perseverance. Building a business requires flexibility, endurance, and going through the challenges, learning curve, and progression of building a business. Talk to us about being persistent and what you learned about keeping going to succeed… Jay has seen a lot of people quit and decided it would not be him. Knowing he had good skillsets that no one could take away from him, that he could learn, and he was willing to hustle and do what was needed to succeed kept him going. Having children gave him the why he needed to continue driving forward. He also had seen what happened to people when they gave up and did not want that. Tell us about I Won't Starve. What does it mean? It came about from spending a lot of time being judged. Having to pay back 6-figures for his felony and the other costs made him have to hustle and find a way. When he made the decision to leave the $8/hr job, he basically said, “Screw it. I won't starve.” He embodied and started preaching it to anyone who would listen and it resonated. “The platform you leap from is more important that the platform you land on.” If you build the right platform, you won't starve! You have a workshop called UWon't Starve based on 5 principles, take us through them… #1: Hustle while you work. Strive to constantly learn from all those around and look for what you can use to help you succeed. Develop your skills. This works well if you are building a business on the side while working a job. #2: Market research. People jump into businesses all the time without understanding the market and how to succeed in it. Who needs your service? Where are they? How often are they buying? And so on. Take the time to have a decent understanding of the market before you leap. Start where you are, but be smart about it. #3: Be the one selling the cheese. This is metaphor. If you go to a wine festival, you will see some people like white wine and buy that, others buy only read, but both customers like to have cheese with their wine. Be the one selling the cheese, because then you get both customers instead of just one. Is your solution, the cheese? #4 and #5: Use strategic partnerships and JV's to grow. Partnerships are a great way to grow because you can create scenarios where 1 + 1 = 3. You both can benefit in a larger way that just on your own. Talk to us more about how to create great partnerships… We have to watch our egos are they can stop us from creating great partnerships. We can only get so far on our own. What does your business do that can complement other business's needs? What are you willing to do that other businesses are not? How can you help others become more successful? The more you help others get what they want, you will find you will get what you want and more. Partnerships are a business strategy and should be treated and planned for as such. What are some of the most consistent challenges you see entrepreneurs have and how do you help them overcome them? In the government contract space, it is paperwork and time. There is a lot of hoops to jump through and they don't move fast. You have to find your way into their system and once you get in, you are in good shape. But, you have to break through that barrier to get your first contract. It is networking and getting in front of the right people. Additionally, you need to build the right systems and teams in your business, so you can focus on the bigger picture and work on the business – not in it. Businesses are like a baby. At some point most people have to get a babysitter or day care of their baby so they can go to work. That is what it is like when you build systems and a team – they are the babysitter for your business, so you can truly go to work on it. Any other advice from your journey? Partner and teaming is the name of the game. Entrepreneurship is tough, so find others going through the same type of journey and network with them. Help each other. If it makes to have a partner in your business, do it. Best Quote: The platform you leap from is more important that the platform you land on... Jay's Misfit 3: You don't have as much time as you think, so go hard early going after what you want. Find people that will support you whole-heartedly. People with support systems go so much further in life than those that don't. Get your Amen Corner! Be unapologetically authentic. It hurts being someone else. Be you. Show Sponsors: Benchmark Email (Free account): www.MisfitEntrepreneur.com/Benchmark 5 Minute Journal: www.MisfitEntrepreneur.com/Journal
Kate Ward is the co-founder of Creator Now, an education platform for online creators that has raised $3M from top-tier investors including creators & angel investors like Casey Neistat, Justin Kan, and Jack Conte. She has also spent the last several years managing top YouTubers like Airrack (11M+ subscribers) and Yes Theory (8M+ subscribers). But most importantly, Kate Ward is one of my dear friends and my favorite person to talk to about human creativity, authenticity & purpose. And how creators can stay true to themselves on the journey of building a following & sharing their message. In this conversation we discuss: How to stay true to yourself as a creator The importance of reinventing yourself as a creator The one piece of advice she'd give to creators afraid of evolving their content The case for being your full multidimensional self online Why Kate feels hopeful about the future for creators The key to creating content that resonates with millions One lesson creators can learn from Oprah And more
Working parents have traditionally been forced to compartmentalize their roles. Make sure we don't hear the baby crying on the Zoom. Be fully present as a parent without any distractions or interruptions. But we are whole beings, with both of those vital parts integrated to form who we are. Here to help parents bridge that gap and shift the narrative to see how being both career-driven AND family-focused can be an incredible strength is Daisy Dowling. Daisy is the Founder & CEO of Workparent and the author of Workparent: The Complete Guide to Succeeding on the Job, Staying True to Yourself, and Raising Happy Kids. Whether you are an employee, entrepreneur, freelancer, or employer, this episode will cover practical strategies you can use to help you create an ideal home and office environment that support your needs as a whole person. I want to hear from you! Send me a topic you want me to cover or a question you want answered on the show! ✨ DM me on Instagram at @securelyattachedpodcast or @drsarahbren ✨ Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org ✨ And check out drsarahbren.com for more parenting resources
This week, I sit down for a chat with fashion and lifestyle influencer Kat Gold! This fashion creative has gained a following of over 10K on Instagram and nearly 500k on TikTok through showing both women and men how to unapologetically be ourselves in our fashion, goal setting, and life. In a world full of consumer capitalism and constant competition, Kat shares her perspective on the challenges and lessons that come with living in such a world and how to always remember the person you truly are when setting and working toward your life goals and desires. If you want some unfiltered encouragement to get up and get going today, don't wait to press play on this episode!-K xxRise, and do not be afraid.... (Matthew 17:7)She is clothed with strength and dignity, and can laugh without fear of the future (Proverbs 31:25)
Are you like most companies that cringe whenever they hear the words Workers' Comp Insurance? Companies reach out to Bobby (Recovery Guardian) because it's complicated, expensive, and a major pain point. What if you could work with a company that has your back? Imagine recovering thousands of dollars you've overpaid and lowering future premiums with zero out-of-pocket costs. What you'll learn... 0:20 Introducing Bobby Giurintano 1:18 Bobby's Origin Story and How He Started His Company 3:35 Transitioning from 20 Years in Printing and Copier Business to Current Venture 7:24 Overcoming Fears and Staying True to the Course: Advice for Aspiring Entrepreneurs 12:31 Recovery Guardian: Real-Life Success Stories 13:28 Clearing up Common Misconceptions about Workers' Compensation for Business Owners 17:01 A Closer Look at the Workers' Compensation Recovery Process 17:52 Who Can Benefit from Workers' Compensation Recovery: Understanding Eligibility 20:50 The Timeline of Workers' Compensation Recovery: What to Expect 22:40 About Selecting the Right Workers' Compensation Insurance Carrier 23:37 Next Steps After a Workers' Compensation Audit 25:36 Take Advantage of the Opportunity to Recover Money in Overpaid Workers' Compensation 26:47 Recent Client Success Stories from Recovery Guardian 29:34 About Classification of Overpaid Workers' Comp Recovery 30:28 Tips for Making a Successful Recovery from Workers Comp 31:20 Accomplishments, Not Money, Are the Key to Success 33:04 More Takeaways From Bobby About Mindset Shifting 39:48 Bobby's Favorite Motivational Speakers 40:15 Transform Your Mindset for Success in 2023: Stop Hoping, Start Doing, Embrace Failure, Keep Going, and Achieve Victory 41:43 Connect with Bobby We'll cover all this and more in today's HVAC Financial Freedom podcast!
Hosts Denise Dente and Jessica Quick of Buzz Beaute are joined this week by Geoff Heminway, Creative Director at Blackwood for Men. Geoff discusses the journey of taking Japanese products and traditions and making it work in the American market, all while staying true to their roots. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beautybizshow/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Morning Inspiration With Pastor Walt! Start your day with encouragement from The Word Of God!Partner With Chosen City Church:https://www.chosencitychurch.com/partner-with-usSupport Chosen City Church:https://www.chosencitychurch.com/givePodcasts and More:https://linktr.ee/chosencitychurchConnect With Chosen City Church:Website: https://chosencitychurch.comInstagram: @ChosenCityChurchYouTube: Chosen City ChurchFacebook: Chosen City Church
"Reverend and Representative" Johnny Shaw, growing up in Laconia, TN, as the youngest of 11, was the golden voice of the church choir. He has become the voice urging citizens to vote for change by representing District 80 of Tennessee since January 2001. From being rejected for having a "Black Voice" to spreading Black Gospel Music globally through his Shaw's Broadcasting, his story is inspiring. In this candid conversation, he expresses his views on politics, the need to serve, the challenges of having two Black-owned radio stations, 94.7 WOJG FM and WBOL 1560 AM, and staying true to his identity. WOJG currently spreads "Word and Music" all day, every day. The station serves 14 counties in West Tennessee and North Mississippi and can be accessed globally through the website wojg.com. Learn more about Johnny Shaw in this 32nd episode of 3 Stores, 2 Cotton Gins, and 1 Remarkable Life: The Journey from There to Here!
Case Kenny is the founder of the podcast 'New Mindset, Who Dis?', and author of the book ‘But First, Inner Peace' and several other journals. In this episode, we talk about: Case's realization moment in his 20s which catapulted him into starting his business. How he carved out an identity that was true to himself. Self-love, navigating a breakup, and being single. How to have a healthy relationship with social media. Find Case here: @case.kenny newmindsetwhodis.com Find Zach here: zachwesterbeck.com @zach_westerbeck
Call to Worship - Luke 1-46b-49--Scripture Reading - 1 Timothy 6-6-21--Sermon - Joshua 23 - Staying True to the Lord---- ---Why are believers so prone to forget about the Lord's past faithfulness and goodness----Is it wrong to be scared to obedience- Why does God give warnings in His word----What will help you stay faithful to God for the rest of your life----Other passages to consider- Dt 6-4-15- Josh 1-6-9- Ps 105- 136- Lam 3-22-24- Rom 11-20-22- 12-1-2- Gal 6-7-10- 1 Th 5-23-24- 1 Tim 6-11-16- 1 Pet 1-3-9- 2 Pet 1-3-11.
It's time to go home for the holidays! That can be really tough after moving away and growing into the best version of yourself. In this episode, I talk about ways to protect your energy when being in an environment that can be hard to thrive in.Thank you so much for being here! Leave a review and some stars! Instagram: @coribiber https://www.instagram.com/coribiber/ @herspace.podcast https://www.instagram.com/herspace.podcast/
In this encore podcast episode, JJ shares her thoughts on how to live and ride in alignment with your principles, and how to find and focus on your own journey with compassion, empathy, and grace. -------- This episode was originally featured on March 17, 2022 in JJ's online community, Team Tate TV a private Facebook group of inspired & supportive dressage lovers just like you. If you're on Facebook we welcome you to join the conversation there. You can now join Team Tate Academy any time at https://www.teamtateacademy.com/sign-up-now --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dressagelife-jjtate/message
Artist Ani (Ani Mkhitaryan) joins DKleine on NFP, first discussing the process of quitting caffeine before talking about a recent piece she created for charity. The two then go on to discuss how Ani found success in the NFT art scene being featured on Opensea. The conversation continues with topics such as finding effective digital brush tools and staying true to yourself as an artist rather than being driven by sales and marketing. You can find Ani on Twitter at https://twitter.com/an1eth NFP with DKleine is proudly sponsored by the https://koii.network/ DKleine is the creator behind Atomic Zombies at atomiczombies.io -- Create atomic NFTs and earn Koii tokens with views of your work! You can find everything DKleine is doing in the Web3 space at https://linktr.ee/DKleine
Today, Nicole talks with Nia Braccidiferro, a graphic designer and social media content creator! Nia runs the Unpacking Perspectives social media accounts. Together, Nia and Nicole talk about Nia's passion for graphic design and her life as a recent college graduate.Here are just a few of the crucial highlights from today's episode:[14:14] When starting with the job search, one of the most complex parts is getting a good grip and making a good impression[24:24] You have to go into every interview thinking and believing that they want you.- they don't know it yet; you have to market it yourself to prove you're the correct candidate[36:26] Careers are not linear - where you are now is not going to be where you are ten years from now.Host: Nicole DavisonGuest: Nia BraccidiferroRESOURCESNia's Website: https://niabraccidiferro.wordpress.com/Nia's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theroyalgaymess/Nia's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nia-braccidiferro/ Listen to the show & follow: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/unpacking-perspectives/id1580429029 Unpacking Perspectives Instagram: @unpackingperspectives orhttps://www.instagram.com/unpackingperspectives/ NMD Careers Instagram: @nmdcareers or https://www.instagram.com/nmdcareers/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nmdcareers/ Website: https://www.nmdcareers.com/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nmd-career-consulting-llc/ Have questions? Send Nicole an email at: email@example.comWe would love it if you could leave a rating and review on your favorite podcast platform. Thank you so much!
Welcome to the '5th Thing' with Amy & Kat!! Today's quote is: "I've learned to hold on to me. My favorite version of myself. Don't lose yours, okay?" - Amy in Holiday Harmony (the Christmas movie that she is in...it comes out on HBO Max in 2 days...eeeeeekkk!!!!) That line isn't exactly what Amy ended up saying in the movie, but that was the original script and we love that it's a reminder to stay true to ourselves....our favorite versions of ourselves!!!!!! This Thursday's 4 Things episode will be a special Thanksgiving episode with Kat joining in a little, along with the writer/producer of Holiday Harmony and the main character...can't wait for y'all to hear that! Amy heard a woman humming while she peed. It wasn't like a musical hum…it was like she was peeing and hummmmmming to make it possible since she was in a public restroom. Seemed like she had to hum to pee. Or it was a meditative type thing. Not sure. Also, did you know we aren't supposed to squat to pee?? Squatting over instead of sitting down on the toilet can change the mechanics of urinating; over time that can increase the risk of lowering urinary tract symptoms including pelvic floor dysfunction and infections. Amy share's an email from a listener that just lost 2 loved ones this year so the grief is super heavy...and she's trying to hold it together for her family & 2-year-old. Amy recommends Megan Devine's grief journal (link below) and Kat shares her thoughts on showing emotion/grieving/crying in front of our kids. How to Carry What Can't Be Fixed: A Journal for Grief:https://www.amazon.com/How-Carry-What-Cant-Fixed/dp/1683643704 Thank you licensed therapist, Kat Defatta, for joining us with her wisdom. You can find her on Instagram: @Kat.Defatta + @YouNeedTherapyPodcast. Best places to find more about Amy: RadioAmy.com + @RadioAmy Send emails for the '5th Thing' to 4ThingsWithAmyBrown@gmail.com! P.S. '4 THINGS' CUSTOM CHRISTMAS PULLOVERS ARE AVAILABLE: This is a limited time thing and super cute for the holidays!! You can put whatever 4 things you love about Christmas on the red pullover (just has to be 13 characters or less) and these make great shirts for holiday events + matching family pajamas + gifts for friends! 4things.com to make Christmas pullovers and for other 4 Things gifts that give back to Haiti. You can also check out ShopEspwa.com or TheShopForward.com for gifts that give back!! So many cute, high quality, meaningful items...including all 4 things items, PIMPINJOY, and more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WOW WOW WOW! I sure have a good treat for YOU today! On the podcast, I got to chat with Nick Thompson from season 2 of Love is Blind. Nick is amazing, and so much of what we chatted about in this episode will be so relatable to you. I really enjoy this human, and the chat we had!Have you ever been under intense pressure? Or have you ever gone through huge life changes that really tested your ability to stay true to your core values? This is for sure something Nick and I know a lot about (in different ways of course), and what we do in this episode is really open the conversation for what you may sacrifice in order to remain true to you. It's not all sunshine and rainbows, but in the end, it is worth it- in my opinion. For Nick, it may still be TBD. You may know Nick Thompson from his appearance on season two of Netflix's hit reality show Love is Blind, but there's a side of him you may not know: The Storyteller. He firmly believes that everyone has a story to tell, and is building a forum for people to share theirs openly and honestly. Nick continues telling stories professionally and personally through his podcast “Conversations with Nick Thompson.” The podcast elevates societal issues such as free speech, free press, mental health, healthy lifestyles, and helping the less fortunate live better lives. Nick is unapologetically himself while continuously learning new information to share with the world, and he wants to change the world through storytelling. To Register for Selling Fiercely: CLICK HERETo Register for Intuition. Authority. Power.: CLICK HERETimestamps: [2:24] Danielle's offers. [5:13] A content tip. [7:49] What is Nick Thompson's story? [11:45] Projecting personalities onto others. [16:17] Who were you before and who are you now? [24:51] Sticking to your beliefs. [33:48] Not breaking character and finding your core values. [41:32] Setting boundaries. [46:08] Was the TV show worth it? [57:14] Surrounding yourself with the right people. [1:02:29] Connect with Nick. --Connect with Danielle and learn how to work with her!on IG @danielle_onthedailyPodcast: @onthedailypodPlease subscribe, rate, and review our podcast. As always, thank you for supporting us!On The Daily Podcast
Bible and Business' Bill English talks about why giving away money in effective ways can be hard to do and why we are seeing the rise of brand purpose. Frank Viola, author of “48 Laws of Spiritual Power: Uncommon Wisdom for Greater Ministry Impact," shares why having a ministry impact should be a top of mind concern for all Christ followers. Click here for today's show notes Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
No one knows disruption like someone working in the retail industry. Reagan Pommier transplanted to Pensacola as the Dillard's store manager and 5 months later the pandemic hit. What happened next is a journey worth listening to. Join Kristie and Reagan, as they talk about how Reagan's innovation and ability to lead through uncomfortable moments are laying the foundation for her legacy, and how that legacy has shaped and inspired the stories of those around her. Reagan is also responsible for the opportunity for Fearlessly Made You to partner with Dillard's who has styled all of Kristie's fabulous looks for every episode. Thank you Dillard's!
This week on The Quest for New Inspiration, I am honored to sit down with fellow podcaster Heather Hester, host of Just Breathe: Parenting your LGBTQ+ Teen. We discuss her journey with her son to embrace, educate, empower, and love. Now she's turned her passion into coaching and education sessions to share with other parents of LGBTQ+ youth. Show Notes: https://www.newinspirationmedia.net/post/staying-true-to-who-you-are-authentically-heather-hester-episode-71Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thequestfornewinspiration/Merch: https://www.newinspirationmedia.net/shop
This week, Jason is joined by the fun loving and highly successful social media stars, Shannon Ford! Many may remember Shannon as one of the main personalities on the hit TV show, Very Cavallari, where she worked as the social media manager for fashion company Uncommon James. Although her time on the show lasted just beyond a season, Shannon was able to take experience and turn what could have been fifteen minutes of fame into a full blown career success story. Shannon gives insights to how she grew up with little money and how it shaped her mindset of always making money, prioritizing preserving friendships over projects, investing her own money into Probably a Podcast and not signing to a starter network, how she ended up at Dear Media, and how staying true to herself got her hired at Uncommon James. Shannon also reveals what she pays in rent in New York compared to Nashville, what she was doing before she was hired as a social media manager and being casted for Very Cavallari, what happened to her original podcast Probably a Podcast, and why she looks at making big career goals over a certain dollar amount. What was her worst purchase decision? Does she make more on Instagram or her podcast? Shannon reveals all that and so much more in another episode you can't afford to miss! PLUS, listener Julie from Boston gives insight to how she started her side hustle of teaching people how to sell printables on Etsy after working in tech. Julie worked as a project manager on the watch team at Apple before heading over to Amazon where she took a $50k pay cut. However, her Etsy side hustle grew to such a degree that she was able to leave Amazon and focus on growing her own business and masterclass to help others succeed on Etsy! Be sure to follow the Trading Secrets Podcast on Instagram & join the Facebook group. Host: Jason Tartick Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr Produced by Dear Media. Please note that this episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct or indirect financial interest in products or services referred to in this episode.
Today, we'll talk about staying true to your characters and how this is related to character arch's! I've had a lot of character out of body experiences in my long reading career, so lets talk about how this effects the reader. Subscribe and follow the show to make sure you don't miss an episode! And if you know an author who may need this podcast, share it with them. Thanks for listening! The Living Waters by Dan Fitzgerald: https://amzn.to/3KtXj5G Shows Website: https://betareaderbits.podbean.com/ Beta Bits eBook! and other titles by Tiffany: https://bit.ly/TCLewis Author's Helper Service: https://authorshelpservice.wordpress.com/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AuthorTCLewis Join my mailing list, get a free book!: http://bit.ly/ReadyPrequel Wanna start a podcast? DM my producer @Poeticearthling on Twitter Make cool videos with wavelengths and sound from your podcast with Headliner! (Referral Link) I get my sound from Epidemic Sound! (Referral Link)
We're joined by Coach Hutton to discuss how his coaching stays true to his values and that of his program. We discuss the values that make up his program along with ways they have been tested throughout the years. We also discuss how to maintain strong values throughout the trials of a long season. Learn how to stay true to what matters in this episode!
After leaving home at 15yo for New York City and finding success on Broadway, Rita Rudner turned her sites to comedy and became one of the most successful and hilarious comedians of all time. My guest, Rita Rudner and I discuss: Rita's memoir, "My Life in Dog Years" Touring with Dennis Miller (including a stop in my hometown at Pine Knob Music Theater) Performing with Tony Bennett at a state fair Leaving home at 15yo for New York City Touring with and upsetting Chita Rivera Performing in Industrial shows Making the decision to leave Broadway and become a stand-up comedian Auditioning for the David Letterman Show Standing firm on not changing her comedy style Jack Benny's influence on Rita and the origins of Rita's unique style of comedy Rita's difficulting getting booked on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson Rodney Dangerfield and the 9th Annual Young Comedians Special Her many collaborations with her husband, Martin Vegas: becoming the Queen of Las Vegas and changing her life so she could have a family and still perform comedy Danny Gans HBO's Comic Relief Debby Reynolds and Liza Minnelli The Ask Rita Show Writing for the Oscars with Carrie Fisher and Steve Martin Being the first woman on the dais at the Friar's club and a million more stories! You're going to love my conversation with Rita Rudner Our Guest, Rita Rudner Website Twitter Rita's Memoir Hashtag Fun: Jeff dives into recent trends and reads some of his favorite tweets from trending hashtags. The hashtag featured in this episode is #BroadwayForDogs from Sneaky Varmit. Tweets featured on the show are retweeted at @JeffDwoskinShow Follow Hashtag Roundup to tweet along with fun hashtags daily! Follow @HashtagRoundup on Twitter! Download the Hashtag Roundup app Follow Jeff Dwoskin: Jeff Dwoskin on Twitter The Jeff Dwoskin Show podcast on Twitter Podcast website Podcast on Instagram Yes, the show used to be called Live from Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rosie Malone represented Australia at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham and has won eight national titles with Queensland and the Brisbane Blaze. She has been with the Hockeyroos since 2018, and was offered a spot on the Young Matildas. 62 caps for her country and she's just 24 years old.We talk to Rosie about specialising in one sport versus keeping options open, the inequalities from sport to sport and male to female, sportsmanship and some horrific injuries.Rosie is energetic, passionate and dedicated and this is an absolute beast of an episode. Buckle in, make sure you're following her on Instagram and Tiktok (@Rosie.Malone) and drop us a rating! Rosie is sponsored by Mazon Hockey and Mizuno shoes. Follow us @rebuildhealthandfitness on InstagramCheck the YouTube channel too. And don't forget, you can get 10% off LSKD with the code REBUILD at checkout.
Musicians from the Bay Area are no strangers to paving their own lanes and breaking the rules. From the evolution of Mobb Music in the 1980s to the revolutionary Hyphy Movement of the late 1990s and early 2000s, rappers from the Bay are always finding unique ways to create their own sound, and give back to their communities. In this episode of “Bay Current," KCBS Radio's Mallory Somera and Sydney Fishman spoke with LaRussell, a rapper and entrepreneur from Vallejo who is redefining the rules of throwing concerts in the Bay Area. You'll also hear from hip-hop radio legend Chuy Gomez about what makes the Bay Area music scene different from the rest of the country. Subscribe to Bay Current on the Audacy app, Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, and Stitcher. Bay Current is on YouTube, on the KCBS Radio YouTube page.
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In Entrepreneurial Leap, I share the eight mistakes that most entrepreneurs make when starting their business. These are the eight reasons most entrepreneurs end up living an entrepreneurial nightmare. For the sake of this message, I want to help you avoid mistake #6, not staying true to your core. Every business has a core. Your job is to clearly figure out what yours is as soon as possible. Your business's core is a combination of what you're great at doing and what you're absolutely passionate about. Staying true to your core means having laser focus on achieving your goal before introducing other aspects into your business. Fill out the MyVision Clarifier and learn the core of your business today: https://e-leap.com/tools/ Give yourself the momentum you need to start your life as a business owner. Learn more about what you can do at e-leap.com Purchase Entrepreneurial Leap on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3bb8o9D
Joined with me today is Aidan Wilde Minton, a Gen Z creative film and photo editor. In this episode, we get into how Aidan created his job around his passion, the importance of goal setting, and how to stay true to your creativity through burnout & imposter syndrome. I really love how this episode turned out and think it's the perfect piece of inspiration if you're just starting out or if you are a self creator. Check out the GS website: www.groovestreetcreative.comFollow Groove Street Creative on Instagram: @groovestreetcreative Follow Groove Street Creative on Tik Tok: @groovestreetcreative Email Groove Street Creative: firstname.lastname@example.orgWant to Chat About New Ideas? Book a Connection Call: https://calendly.com/groove-street-creative/connection-call?month=2022-09
Notice when you come alive. Notice when you get results. They're related. When do you feel your energy shift? Almost like someone just flipped a switch and you came alive. Lean into that. Let that guide how you're putting yourself out there. You show up differently when you're in your element and your results are directly related. Let's chat about what that looks like... -- **Join the waitlist for a new way to work together HERE **Connect at a deeper level with your 'perfect fit' clients. Grab my free audio training with workbook HERE to meet them right where they're at with messaging that resonates. **Come connect with me on Instagram! And if you love this episode, share it and tag me so I can see what you're liking :)
Welcome to the Conversations with CommerceNext podcast, I'm your host Michael LeBlanc, and this podcast is brought to you in conjunction with CommerceNext and presented by CommX.Our guest on this episode is Carolyn Pollock, CMO Tailored Brands, a veteran big brand and retail marketer leading her team across North America to help consumers "love the way they look and feel for their most important moments". Carollyn takes us through her eclectic background of international business, packaged goods and now mastering the art and science of modern marketing and modern marketers About CarolynProven marketing and management professional with a 20 year track record of driving growth and building successful brands. Demonstrated ability to deliver results in fast-growth entrepreneurial and established companies by creating a clear vision, articulating focused strategic priorities and managing successful teams.Capable of managing the entire consumer lifecycle from acquisition to activation to retention through creative and relevant marketing strategies.Specialties: Brand strategy, marketing strategy, and business planning, eCommerce management, integrated brand marketing, direct marketing (catalog, email, online), merchandising, sales managementABOUT US: Scott SilvermanAn ecommerce veteran, Scott Silverman has been active in the industry since 1999 and is passionate about digital retail and the innovation driving the industry. Scott Silverman is the Co-Founder of CommerceNext. Previously, he spent 10 years as Executive Director of Shop.org where he launched the Shop.org Annual Summit. Scott co-invented “Cyber Monday” in 2005 and was the founder of Cybermonday.com in 2006, a shopping site that has generated more than $2.5 million for Shop.org's scholarship fund.Veronika SonsevVeronika Sonsev is the Co-Founder of CommerceNext. She also leads the retail practice for Chameleon Collective and is a contributor for Forbes on how to grow retail and ecommerce in the age of Amazon. Having spent the last 10+ years working with some of the largest retailers and direct-to-consumer brands, Veronika has intimate knowledge of the challenges facing retail and ecommerce today. She is also an advocate for women in business and founded the global non-profit mBolden, which is now part of SheRunsit. Michael LeBlanc is the Founder & President of M.E. LeBlanc & Company Inc and a Senior Advisor to Retail Council of Canada as part of his advisory and consulting practice. He brings 25+ years of brand/retail/marketing & eCommerce leadership experience, and has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career. Michael is the producer and host of a network of leading podcasts including Canada's top retail industry podcast, The Voice of Retail, plus Global E-Commerce Tech Talks and The Food Professor with Dr. Sylvain Charlebois. You can learn more about Michael here or on LinkedIn.
Maybe you have found yourself feeling compromised by the publication process. Maybe even by just anticipating the publication process you have bent your writing into something that doesn't feel authentic to who you are and what you are here to say. If you recognize yourself in either of those statements, you're not the only one. We write to be read and it can be hard to hold that confidence it takes to stay the course and be ourselves with our writing. Hear from three writers, who are figuring this out, too: where they went wrong with staying true to their voice and authentic selves and how they found their own unique grooves and continue to work on staying true to them. A special thank you to Meli Walker who helped create this episode with interviews and production support.
Being the creative force behind your business is one of the best parts of being the CEO. You can constantly test your limits and create things you've never imagined! With a growth mindset, anything is possible. On today's episode of Women Who Own It, Allison Maslan, founder of Pinnacle Global Network, talks with Viola Stutana, the CEO and creative force behind MAIKA, a stylish and sustainable bag brand made for multi-tasking women on-the-go. She has over 20 years of experience in product design and branding, and has collaborated with household brands ranging from Shutterfly, Peet's Coffee and Chronicle Books. Check out this Episode and learn: The Formula for staying creative while Scaling your company How to source global manufacturing product companies Advice for aspiring authors What marketing strategies have the best ROI for a creative product
Episode 1 features artist Graham Nancarrow – who has a band called The Goddamn Saints. Graham is from San Diego and moved to Nashville 5 years ago with hopes to grow all-around as an artist. Kevin and Graham dive into his life on the road as an independent artist, including the struggles of a few break downs and trying to book his own shows. Graham also discusses his variety of venues and talent he's played with over the years, from Stagecoach with Chris Stapleton to Broadway with tourists. The guys also discuss Grahams new single and the inspiration behind his songwriting. Podcast Description: Unsigned and Independent is a six episode season podcast hosted by Kevin O'Connell that features unsigned and independent artists and bands in Nashville. The purpose of this podcast is to highlight the journey and grind musicians go through trying to make it in the industry; the journey most fans don't see leading up to national success. People move to music city from all over the country to chase something they have only dreamed of – making music and performing for a living. This podcast will dive into stories on the road, late nights and early mornings on the infamous Broadway, their background story, and if there is an ultimate goal for each artist or band. The artists featured on this podcast don't have the backing of a label or sometimes even management, or a publishing team to handle their bookings, travel, etc.… But what they all have in common is a genuine passion for the love of music and performing. There is hidden talent spread throughout music city and the aim of this podcast is to give this hidden talent an opportunity to have a platform for an audience to hear their story, what the process is really like in the industry, and hopefully gain a new fan or two. Follow @KickOffKevin See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Every once in a while it is good to be called on the carpet. A couple of months ago a listener did that and I really appreciate the time and thought he put into his comments. He put a bit of a novel into a Facebook comment about episode 105. You can find his original comment here. He had some nice things to say, suggested some things he thought we should do better and made some general comments about the podcast. Craig and I spent most of this episode addressing most of the points of his comments. I think that makes this episode another listener questions episode. Eric, this one's for you!
It can be hard not to chase the latest trend in nature photography, whether that be social media trends, editing trends, locations, and more; however, today's guest on my podcast has managed to find a way to stay true to his roots while focusing on what he's good at. This week on the podcast I was joined by Irish Landscape Photographer Norman McCloskey. Norman now owns and operates his own gallery and has published and sold many fine art books; however, his journey to get to this point was arduous and full of interesting bumps in the road. On today's show we explore this journey and discuss many related topics, so sit back and enjoy the conversation. On this week's episode, we discuss: Norman's journey into nature photography, Norman's relationship with nature and how it has changed his life, How the book-making process has informed his image-making, Imposter syndrome and how it held Norman back for many years, The impact of full-time photography on his philosophy and photography, And a lot more! Other topics/links discussed on the podcast this week: Join me over on Nature Photographer's Network. Support the podcast on Patreon. Norman's Books. Here is who Norman recommended on the podcast this week: Joe Cornish. Paul Wakefield. Peter Gordon. David McGee. I love hearing from the podcast listeners! Reach out to me via Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter if you'd like to be on the podcast or if you have an idea of a topic we can talk about. We also have an Instagram page, a Facebook Page, and a Facebook Group - so don't be shy! Did you also know we have listener after-parties on Twitter Spaces? This is a great opportunity to interact with other listeners, guests, and the host (when I can) regarding your thoughts on the episode. We also have a searchable transcript of every episode! Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week. P.S. you can also support the podcast by purchasing items through our B+H affiliate link. Scroll down to see more of Norman's excellent work!
Ian Koniak is on a mission to help others perform to their full potential and crush their goals by mastering the mindset, habits, and skills needed to perform at the highest level. Ian is a big believer in addition by subtraction and constantly emphasizes the importance of time management when it comes to achieving your goals. On this episode, Ian shares his inspiring story of addiction and redemption and how he was able to turn his life around by being honest with himself and the people around him. Get ready for a heavy and equally inspiring episode of the ‘Better Than Rich Show!' Topics Covered 00:00 - Introduction 02:02 - Feeling Empty after Being “Successful” 04:56 - Finding Fulfillment in Your Work and Career 08:25 - Ian shares his story of hitting rock bottom 12:05 - The value of honesty and integrity in relationships 14:09 - The problem with insidious addictions 18:14 - How faith has played such a large role in Ian's success 24:14 - Identifying our unique gifts from our challenges 27:20 - A counterintuitive way to grow your sales skills 34:30 - How to succeed as a “no-pressure” sales person 39:49 - Why Ian believes the world needs more love 40:53 - Ian's favorite books on success Connect with Ian Website LinkedIn Join Ian's Coaching Waitlist Ian Koniak Sales Coaching - YouTube Resources Mentioned Sell Without Selling Out: A Guide to Success on Your Own Terms The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Eat That Frog!: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Man's Search for Meaning Listen to our podcast on Anchor You can also stream our podcast on the following platforms; Google Podcast Apple Podcast Connect with us Website Facebook Instagram Twitter TikTok YouTube Linkedin --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/betterthanrichshow/message
Authors who want their work to reach its maximum potential must stay true to their designed vision. This is especially important when people start making suggestions, and there are too many voices in the mix. No matter what happens, an author's vision is key to their writing success. Join this conversation with Kate Rosenow and get some of these authoring nuggets and systems you can employ. Head to the show notes to meet our guest and find all the links mentioned
This video has powerful insights and information about vision. John and Veronica shared their thoughts on the importance of having a clear vision in life and business. You'll get tips and tricks from Veronica as she shares how her team expands their vision on who they're becoming, how they are building, know where they're going and who they're going with. The end goal is to have a good impact on people's lives. She talks about building a system that works for them, from having the best recruitment, and training process to taking accountability for their targeted goals. As John always highlights, having a clear vision gives you and your team a decision-making filter. This keeps your business moving forward in the right direction. Making decisions involves hard resolution and commitment to change for the better. Veronica shares her personal struggle as she had to remove toxic relationships, anyone and anything that is not in alignment with what she's building, dropping bad habits, her challenges on taking her health to the next level, and being a leader that her team looks up to. Once she was firm on the changes, it altered her life for the better. She goes on to advise that in everything that's happening, you have to trust the process, rebuild the right way, and stay true to your vision. There are no excuses, exemptions, or turning back. The rebuilding, restructuring, and decision-making are secondary to having a clear vision. What are you building it for? What are your goals? What are you trying to accomplish and where do you want to go? Be in the pro-level behavior so you can be on a pro-level status in your life. Show Notes 1:28 Vision Veronica talks about how important vision is for their team, how they build a team that can operate and expand their vision to know where they are going, who they're going with, and have an impact on people's lives. 7:45 Clear Decision-Making Filter John shares a piece from the book, The gap and the gain where it defines the vision and what it does to give you and your team a clear decision-making filter. A story and concept that helps understand vision in a deeper sense. 10:00 Staying True to the Vision Veronica imparts her personal story on making hard decisions in life to get her where she is right now. It entails removing toxic relationships, bad habits, things, and people that are not in alignment with her vision. She started making serious decisions that tremendously changed her life and business in the process. 14:06 Having A Clear Vision The rebuilding, restructuring, and decision-making are secondary to having a clear vision. What are you building it for? What are your goals? What are you trying to accomplish and where do you want to go? 15:15 Interview with Venus Williams Veronica revealed her experience in interviewing Venus Williams, and how she prepared to ensure she delivers, conveys, and connects the message to the audience to get a lot of value from the interview. 22:00 Be in the Zone Vanessa shared that the highlight of her interview was how to honor people being in their zone. She went on to explain how she learned a lot from watching Venus' energy, and how she emulated and acted like a champion like her. 24:59 Pro-level Status and Pro-level Behavior If you want to operate on a pro-level status, you have to behave in a pro-level way, and avoid amateur habits. 25:57 Taking the Team to the Next Level Vanessa will continue to take her team to the next level, she's finding her successor, continuously coaching them, and focusing on partner relationships. She is focused on creating leaders, leverage, and freedom.
On today's episode of the Myokinetix podcast, Natty interviewed Kareem Huggins, his really good friend, and NFL running back veteran, who now works to help coach kids at Irvington high school. He wants to show kids that you can use sports as an avenue of escape from all negative aspects of life while growing up, as he did. He speaks about his experience moving from a high school football team, to playing in college, and making it to the NFL.
Today's episode is one that is truly, iconic! This week our guest is Danny Pellegrino. Danny is a New York Times bestselling author, actor, and screenwriter. He created and hosts the hit podcast "Everything Iconic" which had over 30 million downloads in 2022. Danny Pellegrino and has interviewed A-list celebs on his podcast such as Cameron Diaz, Daniel Levy and Andy Cohen and legendary journalist and TV personalities such as Katie Couric, Rosie O'Donnell, Ricki Lake, Lisa Ling, and Kathie Lee Gifford to name a few. He is the NYT Bestselling Author of "How Do I Un-Remember This?: Unfortunately True Stories" which is available anywhere you buy books. And his work has been featured on Cosmo, US Weekly, Billboard, Buzzfeed, World of Wonder, People, Refinery 29, Huffington Post, W Magazine, E!, Comedy Central, and more. He is also one of Cait's favorite podcasters of all time and a dream guest of hers! Today Danny shares all his wisdom on building an iconic brand, his journey with mental health, writing his book, and of course, we get Danny's take on all things pop culture as well! An episode you will not want to miss! You can find Danny on all social media media @dannypellegrino1 and get his book, "How Do I Un-remember This?" here: smarturl.it/unremember
This week, I get real with Amanda de Cadenet. Amanda carries so many incredible titles including: teen sensation, journalist, photographer, author, founder, mother, advocate, and podcaster. She has interviewed everyone from Lady Gaga and Alicia Keys to Hillary Clinton and Kamala Harris. Above all, Amanda is so grounded and confident in who she is and what she stands for. In this episode, we talk all about: • Being the center of your own world • Not being afraid to take a stand and talk about hard topics • Ways to connect and check in with yourself • The importance of following your internal compass Amanda is truly SO inspiring. I feel so honored to have had this conversation with her. I cannot wait for you to listen to this episode!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We at REIA Radio always like a good real estate story, especially one that goes beyond building the generational wealth legacy. Anna Graham and Eric Lindeen have such a strong why for their Real Estate business that it forces you to think more about your why. This Real Estate Investing power couple's story humbly begins in Bozeman, Montana. After leaving California, they bought an up/down duplex and house hacked it, renting it out to a group of college girls. Sometime after, they ended up in Omaha Nebraska in pursuit of the untapped Real Estate opportunities it possessed. Through sheer perseverance, taking notes and advice from more experienced investors, Anna and Eric began the journey to retirement. Not yet accomplished, they amassed 2 5-plexes, a tri-plex and 4 single family homes, one of which they have as a Short Term Rental. In their failing forward Anna & Eric detail the importance of due diligence both on the property and on your sub contractors developing a payment system that doesn't involve paying them a large sum of money at the beginning of the project. Pay close attention to this one because Anna & Eric give such great advice. Great feel good podcast waiting for you guys inside Episode 57 of REIA Radio!Anna & Eric's Backstory - 27:15Anna and Eric's Real Estate Story - 49:49Anna & Eric's Failing Forward - 1:20:07Anna & Eric's tips on getting leads - 1:31:54Anna & Eric's main charitable service - 1:51:03OT - 2:01:18You can Join the Omaha REIA at https://omahareia.com/ Omaha REIA on facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/OmahaREIA Check out the National REIA https://nationalreia.org/ Find Ted Kaasch at www.tedkaasch.com Owen Dashner on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/owen.dashner Instagram https://www.instagram.com/odawg2424/ Red Ladder Property Solutions www.sellmyhouseinomahafast.com Liquid Lending Solutions www.liquidlendingsolutions.com Owen's Blogs www.otowninvestor.com www.reiquicktips.com Anna And Eric's ContactAnna Graham & Eric LindeenAnna Buys Houses14301 FNB Pkwy, #100Omaha NE 68154Office: 402-313-8700www.AnnaBuysHouses.comAnnaGraham@AnnaBuysHouses.com EricLindeen@AnnaBuysHouses.com Dan Zimmerman's Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reia-radio/id1582763673?i=1000559582745 Katt Theo's Episode https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reia-radio/id1582763673?i=1000554185928 If you like the content on Omaha REIA Radio, Be sure to give us a review on your favorite podcast platform to help others find us and leverage the knowledge and experience our hosts and guests have to offer. We greatly appreciate you for tuning in and see you in the next episode!!
As we approach the holiday season in the coming months, you may start to feel more stressed, but that doesn't mean you have to let it take control of your life. Host, Dr. Ryan says that stress comes from “anchoring to our emotions… and unmet expectations.” Rather than letting your emotions get to you, you have to start putting more trust in your truths. Listen to today's new episode of The MaxLiving Podcast to learn how Dr. Ryan and Ashley Berlin avoid stress by staying true to their beliefs. “We possess the power to do so much, and we're stressed out by so little,” says Ashley. Instead of letting the little things in life stress you out, stay true to your beliefs and remind yourself that the body has an incredible ability to heal itself. The next time you find yourself worrying, take a step back and try to look at the bigger picture. Does this stress align with your values, or do your values overcome it? Will the thing you're worried about affect your life in 10 years, or is it no big deal? Be sure to listen to the full episode for more tips on how to stay true to your beliefs. Want more of The MaxLiving Podcast? Listen to our previous episodes on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or any other podcast platform! *Please note: the information shared on this podcast are the opinions/views of the hosts. The contents of The MaxLiving Podcast and website are strictly for educational purposes and are not intended to be a replacement for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Never ignore professional medical advice because of something you heard or read on The MaxLiving Podcast or website. If you have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. Chiropractic Resources Listen to our previous stress management episode, How to Manage Stress. To find a doctor near you, visit maxliving.com/locations. For additional holistic health content, follow us on Instagram @maxlivingofficial and Facebook @maxliving.
Margo is joined by vintage lover, flower whisperer, slow fashion enthusiast and small business owner, Abbey Trujillo. In 2020, Abbey's love and joy for thrifting quickly transformed into creating a sustainable in house label called Peach Vintage as well as finding traction online through Instagram Reels. Abbey believes the best way to make your dreams a reality is to simply start. Action causes reaction and we are ever evolving. Always recreating ourselves into the next best version. Always finding our new purpose. Margo and Abbey discuss: Abbey's creative background, career path and how it's grown and evolved over time How her theater background helps in her reel creation Her growing interest in sustainability and the role it plays in her business The learning curve and unique challenges that comes with fast growth Her advice on who to take (and not take) criticism and advice from Connecting with her online community Letting go of being precious, launching before you feel ‘ready', and imposter syndrome Vulnerability and the gift in being you Connect with Abbey: https://www.peachvintage.com/ PV Small Business Reels Course https://www.instagram.com/thepeachvintage/ https://linktr.ee/Thepeachvintage
Big disappointment often brings big emotions with it. Often these emotions do not feel very comfortable or good. They can feel painful, dark, and sad. I recently had an experience where something I had worked very hard for ended up bringing about a big disappointment.My initial reactions were:feelings of deep, bone-weary sadnessfeelings anger and righteous indignationfeelings of "why am I not good enough for this person?"feelings of embarrassmentfeelings of worrying that I let my collaborators downmassive feelings of confusion & frustrationTheses are all very normal human feelings. And it is good to acknowledge those feelings and understand their origins. This episode explores the origin of those feelings and how we can take the next steps to moving through the disappointment. Every "hell no" has a "Heck Yes!" somewhere...where is that Heck Yes?Would you like support in finding your Heck Yes? Come join my small group mastermind!Apply for the Heck Yes! Mastermind hereWould you like to join my retreat in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico?Pre-apply for the retreat hereConnect with me on Instagram @tiphanykaneOther episodes you will enjoy:Radical Audacity of Scary Decision MakingWhat Do You Do When the Possibility Fairies Come to Visit You?Life & Death: Living a Life with Purpose with Guest Dr. Kathy ZhangThis podcast is produced and edited by KaSa Media Productions