The best kind of data radical is one who knows how to balance their technical expertise with their fuzzy side. Skills like storytelling, empathy, and ethics are becoming invaluable in the tech space. The ability to balance both enables data folks to recognize patterns where others might miss them. This type of integrative thinking can guide people on their next investment, whether they're investing time, money, or resources. Scott Hartley is a global early-stage investor and author of The Fuzzy and the Techie: Why the Liberal Arts Will Rule the Digital World. His passion lies in emerging markets and big ideas that improve lives, particularly in financial services, health, supply chain, and logistics. Scott has served as a Presidential Innovation Fellow at the White House and has co-founded two venture capital firms: Everywhere Ventures and Two Culture Capital. Satyen and Scott discuss the techie and fuzzy sides of Silicon Valley, the advancement of tech, and how Scott chooses his next investment.--------“I love this thought around data collection and big data is one thing, it's collecting information. But, then turning that information into knowledge and into wisdom. In one part, can be done through unstructured to structured data, through things like LLMs that are enabling us to move out of the information noise into a bit more knowledge noise, and then maybe into wisdom specificity. I still think that there's a leap there that's going to be human-driven. Whether it's a person sitting there interpreting or it's a team of engineers thinking about the sensitivities, the data tagging. There are human decisions in the mix somewhere along that chain, as we're taking on structured data and turning it into structured knowledge and wisdom. All these things to say, that even these deeply technical infrastructure-level technologies, have elements of humanity in them.” – Scott Hartley--------Time Stamps:*(10:55): The genesis behind The Fuzzy and the Techie*(18:11): Subjectivity, structure, and bias*(20:17): Scott's investment focus*(30:09): The “tables-stakes economy” *(38:11): AI and public policy *(47:43): Satyen's Takeaways--------SponsorThis podcast is presented by Alation.Learn more:* Subscribe to the newsletter: https://www.alation.com/podcast/* Alation's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/company/alation/* Satyen's LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ssangani/--------LinksRead The Fuzzy and the TechieVisit Scott's websiteConnect with Scott on LinkedIn
Clare Degraaf is an author and a Christian speaker. He wrote the book "The 10 Second Rule: Following Jesus Made Simple," which focuses on Christian teachings and encourages readers to make quick, faith-based decisions in their daily lives. Clare is also involved in Christian ministry and speaking engagements. His talks and writings emphasize practical Christianity and living out one's faith in everyday situations. I'm joined by Clare on The Wow Factor today to talk about his first entrepreneurial ventures and how an invention he patented turned his father's business around. He describes how he felt when he was diagnosed with a potentially terminal illness as a young man and why it made him question his behavior as a ‘standard-issue Christian'. Clare also shares more about why he decided to write his book “The 10-Second Rule,” the intention behind it, and how the concepts in the book have helped him live more faithfully. “For Christians, the need for certainty is often the enemy of obedience.” - Clare Degraaf “I knew a lot about God. I just wasn't living for God.” - Clare Degraaf “Leaders have to decide how much is enough.” - Clare Degraaf This Week on The Wow Factor: Why Clare patented a tilt mechanism and how it became a huge seller The impact on Clare of running the family business at just 22 after his father died Clare's serious diagnosis at the age of 31 with three young children and why it made him question his faith How he built a deeper relationship with Jesus by genuinely talking to Him and sharing his life What made Clare avoid embracing Christianity for so long Why Clare felt so depressed after selling his company despite making millions of dollars When and why Clare began to pour into the lives of other people The power of shared experiences and how they can change your perspective What Clare has learned about letting go of materialism through his mentoring More about Clare's book “The 10-Second Rule”, why he wrote it, and the concepts it covers The importance of empathy as a leader and asking "why" to understand the perspective of the others on your team Clare Degraaf's Words of Wisdom: Christian leaders ought to have the kind of competence and character that people will follow them, even if they don't have to. Connect with Clare Degraaf: Clare DeGraaf's Website Connect with The WOW Factor: The WOW Factor Website Connect with Brad Formsma via email Brad Formsma on LinkedIn Brad Formsma on Instagram Brad Formsma on Facebook Brad Formsma on Twitter
In today's episode, we have a very special guest with us: Josh Barron, founder and CEO of Josh Barron Books. Josh is a serial entrepreneur who has started an impressive 24 companies, overcoming numerous failures along the way. But his journey isn't just about business success – it's also one of personal triumph. Josh has battled alcoholism along with other business obstacles and failures along the way, and today he shares his story of resilience, discipline, and the power of a positive mindset. From failed painting ventures to thriving property management and writing children's books, Josh has learned valuable lessons about understanding customer needs, setting clear goals, and making conscious choices. Join us as we dive deep into his entrepreneurial journey, discuss the importance of consistency and mindset, and explore how personal development plays a vital role in both life and business. Get ready to be inspired, motivated, and challenged to think differently about your own entrepreneurial path.ABOUT JOSHJosh Barron is a serial entrepreneur. He has lived more life than most at the age of 35. Josh has started 24 different companies and failed at 21, battled alcoholism, and has now been sober for 9 years. When he starts a project he's considered all in and will do whatever it takes to make sure the project is a success and a win-win for everyone involved. He finds, that the beautiful thing about business is that it is not a war, though it feels like a battle sometimes, it does not have to be win-lose, it can and usually is win-win.LINKS & RESOURCES- Visit Everyday Landlord's Website- Visit Josh Barron Books' Website- Connect with Josh on LinkedIn- Follow Josh on Instagram
Welcome to another episode of Returning: A podcast to return to yourself and the wisdom within. Today, we get inspired by multidisciplinary creative, Samantha Wills. When standing at the crossroads of life, which path will you take? Samantha is a writer, creator, speaker and educator whose courage and creativity is truly inspiring. Having transitioned from running one of Australia's best-known accessories brands, Samantha redefined her path to close her self-titled business to step into her deeper calling. Her story, told with such clarity and grace, offers a window into the heart of a true artist. From her relationship with creativity and spirituality, to the intricate dance between personal branding and personal growth, I found speaking with Samantha so inspiring, I think you will too. “I'm okay with my deepest, darkest things now going out into the world. They will find who they meant to find, and now it's our story.” - Samantha Wills KEY TIMESTAMPS: 01:14 Opening Sacred Space. 01:54 The balance of creativity and chaos. 03:35 Ideas show up the more we show up. 08:38 The mystic and the machine. 11:49 Creative crossroads. 17:47 Creative endings. 25:49 Early learning for creativity. 28:55 Creative blocks. 29:44 Creative agony. 32:33 Creative healing. 36:19 Surrendering to and trusting the wisdom within. 37:15 Today's Soul Inquiry prompt. SOUL INQUIRY: Soul Inquiry is a practice where we enter a direct dialogue with our inner self. Today's Soul Inquiry prompt is: What are you being called to release in order to create space for something new? Now it's time to commit to a grounded action: What is one baby step you can take in that direction today? MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Full Episode Transcript Book: of gold & dust by Samantha Wills Book: Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert Samantha's Website Connect with Samantha on Instagram CONNECT WITH REBECCA: Website - https://rebeccacampbell.me/practice/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rebeccacampbell_author/ Facebook - https://web.facebook.com/rebeccacampbellauthor YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/RebeccaCampbell
In this Episode, of Happy Hour with Bundle Birth Nurses, Sarah sits down with her mindset coach Jason Hartanov to explore tough questions about how we view ourselves, our careers, and our personal goals. Together, they expose the dangers of our inner saboteurs, challenge listeners to question how we show up in the world, and offer insights into how to reshape the stories we tell and establish healthy routines to start each day on the right track. Hartonov shares his perspective on the importance of tackling limiting beliefs, explains why self-care isn't selfish, and delves into why getting uncomfortable is essential to bring about real change. This episode is full of surprising and insightful nuggets you won't want to miss. Thank you for listening and subscribing. Helpful Links:- Visit Jason's Website- Connect with Jason Hartanov on Facebook- Learn more about our Mentorship Program- Explore the Bundle Birth Nurses website
In today's episode we have the pleasure of speaking with Neeta Murthy, the CEO and founder of Rekindle, a professional development platform for women employees. Neeta shares her insights on persistence, the transferability of skills, and the importance of P&L management, sales, and operations in entrepreneurship. She also talks about how her program uses behavioral science to help employees measure progress and develop a positive perception of their company and self. Join us as we dive into Neeta's entrepreneurial journey and learn valuable lessons on professional development.ABOUT NEETANeeta Murthy, the CEO and founder of Rekindle, is renowned for her pioneering professional development platform for women employees. She has an MBA from Harvard Business School and was the VP of Southeast Asia for the world's largest oilfield services company. Starting her career as a field engineer working on oil rigs in Canada and the Middle East, Neeta has worked in five continents in various leadership roles, from Sales to Operations to Line Management. In 2019, she decided to bite the bullet and become an entrepreneur, founding Rekindle. Neeta continues to be a revolutionary industry leader who's passionate about developing women's careers.LINKS & RESOURCES- Visit Rekindle's Website- Connect with Neeta on LinkedIn
Our guest today is the founder and CEO of The Social G Company, Mary Gunther. Mary is passionate about social media and believes it is a powerful communication platform that all businesses should utilize. She shares her background and how her grandmother's entrepreneurial journey inspired her. We dive into the positive impact of social media on business and address common barriers such as discomfort with being on camera and finding time to create content. Mary provides valuable insights on creating a content calendar, utilizing scheduling tools, and repurposing successful posts. She emphasizes the importance of consistency and building relationships through authentic and engaging content. So if you're ready to overcome your social media challenges and harness its potential for your business, stay tuned!ABOUT MARYMary Gunther has a passion for people and small business development. With the belief that social media platforms are THE communication platforms of our time, Mary strives to make social media a bright spot in people's days through creative, engaging, and authentic content. For Mary, there's nothing better than seeing a client get excited about their social media presence and watching as their online community and business thrive.LINKS & RESOURCES- Follow Mary on Instagram- Find Mary on Facebook- Visit The Social G Co's Website- Connect with Mary on LinkedIn
When working to make our workplaces more compassionate and just, it's easy to give into the temptation to utilize the "us vs. them" paradigm. "Othering" those who disagree with us can bring a sense of clarity and belonging.But, our guest for this episode, Dr. Amanda Aminata Kemp, emphasizes the need to move away from divisive thinking and instead focus on regenerative justice. As we continue our series focusing on female changemakers, this conversation with Dr. Kemp provides insight and wisdom for how leaders can break free from the limitations imposed by the 'us vs. them' paradigm to create lasting change.Resources:Dr. Amanda Aminata Kemp's websiteConnect with Dr. Amanda Aminata Kemp on LinkedInConnect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/teri-m-schmidt/Energize and Sustain Your Team's Performance with our Learn By Doing (Good) Teambuilding Events: https://www.strongertoserve.com/teambuildingGet 1-on-1 leadership support from Teri here: https://www.strongertoserve.com/coachingSet up a free discovery call with Teri: https://calendly.com/terischmidt/discoverycall
Not all feedback is created equal. Giving positive feedback offers far more benefits than simply showing gratitude for someone's work. It also helps as a vital step to personal self-discovery and self-inquiry. This is a central theme of Jerry Colonna's brand new book, Reunion: Leadership and the Longing to Belong.Jerry joins me on the newest episode of From Start-Up to Grown-Up to discuss the process of radical self-inquiry, why it's essential for you to do if you want to grow, and the difference between honesty and vulnerability.Jerry helps people lead with humanity and equanimity. His unique blend of Buddhism, Jungian therapy, and entrepreneurial know-how has made him a sought-after coach and leader, working with some of the largest firms in the country.In his work as a coach, he draws on his experience in Venture Capital (VC) as Co-founder of Flatiron Partners, one of the most successful, early-stage investment programs. Later, he was a partner with J.P. Morgan Partners (JPMP), the private equity arm of J.P. Morgan Chase.As a partner with J.P. Morgan Chase, Jerry launched the Financial Recovery Fund with The Partnership for the City of New York, a $10 million-plus program aimed at creating grants for small businesses impacted by the attacks on the World Trade Center.Along with a strong commitment to the nonprofit sector, Jerry is the author of two books: REBOOT: Leadership and the Art of Growing Up and REUNION: Leadership and the Longing to Belong.Reboot was met with critical acclaim, stirring up a big question in the hearts and minds of people: “How have I been complicit in creating the conditions I say I don't want?” Jerry's second book, Reunion, builds on this question, asking us what benefit we get from the conditions we say we don't want.Learn more about Jerry at reboot.io | WebsiteConnect with Alisa! Follow Alisa Cohn on Instagram: @alisacohn Twitter: @alisacohn Facebook: facebook.com/alisa.cohn LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alisacohn/ Website: http://www.alisacohn.com Download her 5 scripts for delicate conversations (and 1 to make your life better) Grab a copy of From Start-Up to Grown-Up by Alisa Cohn from AmazonLove the show? Subscribe, Rate, Review, Like, and Share!
In Todays Episode of the podcast, I chat with Data Expert Will Yarborough. Today you'll discover how to transform your photography workflow. Learn how to effectively manage and store your photos, select the right storage solutions, and safeguard your work for the long term. Get ready to bring structure and efficiency to your photography process.The Big Ideas:1. Protect Your Work: Safeguard all your precious images by using the three-two-one backup solution. Back up your photos in multiple places to ensure you never lose them.2. Understand Your Needs: Evaluate your photography style and file types to determine the most suitable storage capacity for your work.3. Harness the Power of NAS: Discover the benefits of Network-Attached Storage for photographers, such as flexibility, centralized storage, and easy accessibility.4. Explore Backup Solutions: Consider utilizing Backblaze for its unlimited storage capabilities and comprehensive backup features.5. Upgrade Wisely: Transition to SSDs and NAS as your photo collection grows to ensure efficient storage and easy access to your files.Resources:Check out Will's Youtube ChannelWill's WebsiteConnect with the Beginner Photography Podcast! Join the free Beginner Photography Podcast Community at https://beginnerphotopod.com/group Send in your Photo Questions to get answered on the show - https://beginnerphotopod.com/qa Grab your free camera setting cheatsheet - https://perfectcamerasettings.com/ Thanks for listening & keep shooting!
"Messaging" is one of THE buzzwords business coaches love to use on Instagram. But what does it actually mean? And why do we need to make sure we nail it? Messaging coach Hayley Maxwell talks to me about all that and more in this episode. You'll discover...What messaging actually meansWhy it's important to nailHow to start working on your messagingHow to answer the trickiest messaging questionsWhy doing business as an introvert is so different (& how we can make it easier for ourselves)Thank you so much for tuning in! If you are enjoying Let's Talk Socials, please consider leaving a review so I can continue to produce exciting episodes for you & invite interesting guests. Did you know that you'll get an extra karma boost if you share this episode on your stories?
In this episode we have the pleasure of chatting with the talented Matthew Zomorodi, Founder of The Emerald Coach. Matthew has a fascinating background in software engineering and has mastered the art of problem-solving and collaboration as a Scrum Master. He shares his journey from software engineer to scrum master and how his passion for working with people led him to pursue coaching. He unveils the secrets to fostering strong team dynamics, embracing continuous improvement, and thriving in an Agile environment. Prepare to be inspired as we explore the intersection of salsa dancing, entrepreneurship, and personal growth.ABOUT MATTHEWMatthew Zomorodi is a seasoned professional with a passion for guiding team leaders and teams toward peak performance using Agile principles. With a background as a Scrum Master and a Graduate Certificate in Professional and Executive Coaching, Matt brings a unique blend of technical expertise and interpersonal skills to his coaching practice.With years of experience in Agile methodologies, Matt understands the nuances of creating high-performing, collaborative teams. His coaching style is rooted in the belief that successful Agile adoption goes beyond processes and tools – it's about fostering a culture of continuous improvement, open communication, and adaptability.Matt's commitment to helping teams and leaders thrive is evident in his ability to tailor Agile frameworks to each unique situation. His goal is to empower individuals and organizations to embrace change, iterate, and deliver value more effectively.LINKS & RESOURCESVisit The Emerald Coach's WebsiteConnect with Matthew on LinkedIn
Did you know that women represent over 52% of the professional workforce, but they only occupy 24% of C-Suite roles and only 10% of Fortune 500 companies are led by women?What if the main barriers holding women back are actually outdated cultural assumptions that we have about the concept of work?Dr. Tara Schwegler is back to talk about how challenging our assumptions about work can help advance gender equality and make our teams and workplaces more diverse and inclusive. It's time to get off auto-pilot in our workplaces and rethink what it means to lead a team that works well. Tara provides steps to do just that, including tips for leaders at all levels.Resources:Tara's websiteConnect with Tara on LinkedInConnect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/teri-m-schmidt/Energize and Sustain Your Team's Performance with our Learn By Doing (Good) Teambuilding Events: https://www.strongertoserve.com/teambuildingGet 1-on-1 leadership support from Teri here: https://www.strongertoserve.com/coachingSet up a free discovery call with Teri: https://calendly.com/terischmidt/discoverycall
In this compelling episode of Behind the Brand, we explore the remarkable journey of Kym O'Leary, the visionary behind COgear, a pioneering brand that specialises in bespoke safety and worksite wear for women in the mining industry. Kym's story is a testament to resilience and determination, as she defied the odds to bring her unique products to a traditionally male-dominated sector. Kym's path was far from conventional; she dropped out of school at 15, only to find her way back through TAFE and eventually into the mines of Queensland. Learning on the job, she identified a significant gap in the market for women's bespoke mining wear. With no business background and limited access to the internet in remote mine sites, Kym embarked on a challenging journey, including facing failures along the way. Despite early setbacks and her initial design's flaws, Kym's unwavering determination led her to quit her job and embark on an epic journey, travelling across the country, door-to-door, to sell her products. Her fortunes took a turn when BHP recognized the need for women's mining wear, and they offered to support her with a minimum order quantity. This provided the breakthrough she needed, and COgear soon found its place in the mining industry. Kym's story is a testament to the resilience and adaptability of small businesses, and her willingness to bend her business around her life showcases the incredible power of determination. Join us for this inspiring conversation with Kym O'Leary, where we explore her incredible journey, the challenges she overcame, and her passion for making workwear tailored to women in the mining industry. Find COgear on Instagram, and visit their websiteConnect with Behind the Brand on Instagram and TikTok
The Enneagram is a powerful tool that can show us who we are as part of the image of God, the Imago Dei, in the world. It can also teach us that we all need each other - that no one is better or worse than anyone else, and that together we make up the fabric of God's Kingdom here on earth. Dani Cooper, an Enneagram teacher and coach, shares with us how we can deepen our understanding of God, ourselves, and one another through the lens of the Enneagram.About DaniDani Cooper is a Certified Enneagram Teacher, Coach and totally-biased personal growth cheerleader for individuals, couples and teams who want to find out who they really are and grow beyond the constraints of their Enneagram types. She is the author of the book, The Enneagram for Christian Couples, which came out in 2022. Her life's work is learning how to love herself as a messy, imperfect and absolutely enough human person, and helping others do the same.Connect with DaniBuy her book, The Enneagram for Christian CouplesVisit her websiteConnect on InstagramJesus and Women: Beyond Feminism by Niamh M. MiddletonIn Jesus and Women, Niamh Middleton combines insights from evolutionary biology, feminism and the #MeToo movement to highlight the revolutionary attitude of Jesus towards women. Her careful exegesis, comparing the treatment and depiction of women in the Old and New Testaments, illuminates the way forward for the treatment of women by Church and society. More importantly, however, it holds the potential to greatly enrich our understanding of Jesus' divinity. Middleton's bold approach encourages Christian women to reclaim their religion as a tool for empowerment, correcting the regressive course that Christianity has taken in this regard since Roman times. Buy the Book hereConnect with Niamh on Facebook or InstagramConnect with us!Sign up to receive a little Gospel in your inbox every Monday Morning with our weekly devotional.Check out our website for great resources, previous blog posts, and more.Get some Lady Preacher Podcast swag!Connect with us on Instagram and Facebook
How do we cope when we feel like our dreams have been taken from us? Dare to dream again with my friend, Hollie Jo Hepler. She's a mother, a lover of Jesus, ministry leader in the local church, and radically committed to helping women activate their God-given gifts so they can change the world. She's a speaker, podcaster, and a High Performance Leadership Coach. I've known Hollie Jo since I was in high school and I just adore this girl.Main Topics from the Episode:What do you do when you feel like your dreams have died? It's okay to start over MRKH syndrome + infertility IVF Gestational Surrogacy How to turn your pain into powerful for a testimony of hopeOvercoming a victim mindset DivorceTrauma + Therapy What do you do when God doesn't answer your prayers? LINKS FROM THE SHOWYour Best Birth CourseGet 50% OFF your first year of FLODESKFree Guide! 4 Keys to a Positive Birth Hollie Jo's Surrogacy Journey on GMALife on Purpose Podcast with Hollie Jo Hollie Jo's Instagram Hollie Jo's WebsiteConnect with Alise InstagramAlright friend. If you're a fan of the show and you'd like to show your support here's what you can do:You can SUBSCRIBE wherever you listen to podcasts! You can leave a REVIEW on iTunes. These reviews really help others find the show!You can go find me on Instagram @PERFECTLYWONDERFULLYMADE and send me a DM. I would love to hear from you! You can always send me an email or message me on social media! I'd love to hear what you're thinking about the show! firstname.lastname@example.orgShare the love! You can TELL YOUR FRIENDS about the show! Screenshot and share your favorite episodes on social media and let me know you're listening!
In this episode, we're diving deep into the nuances of building confidence in making money, understanding one's identity as both an individual and a business owner, and exploring the powerful beliefs we hold about our worthiness in achieving success on our terms. This episode is a lively, fun and enlightening conversation with Shay from Cenure Financial as they unravel the layers of our beliefs around money. Renee and Shay bring a fresh perspective on the often-overlooked but crucial aspects of our relationship with money. From confidence to worthiness, and a whole lot of laughs and girlfriend conversation in between! Shay's Instagram Shay's Website Connect with Renee on Instagram! Check out the Website!
In this episode we're joined by special guest Mark McFatridge, a seasoned CEO and business leader who has found immense value in the power of collaboration and growth. As an entrepreneur, Mark understands the unique challenges faced by CEOs and business owners and believes in the importance of sharing and growing together. He has founded Quade, a community for CEOs, business owners, and entrepreneurs, to provide support and collaboration in order to make positive changes in their lives, companies, and communities. Join us as Mark shares his insights on the benefits of peer networks, the importance of constructive criticism, and the journey of self-awareness that leads to authentic success.ABOUT MARKMark McFatridge has over 25 years of professional experience and has played a prominent leadership role everywhere he's served. His background includes serving as the Chief Executive Officer and board member for both publicly traded and privately held companies. Mark has led divisions of large companies and accumulated a portfolio of his own privately held companies.Mark founded Quade in 2021 to provide a community for CEOs, Business Owners, and Entrepreneurs because only CEOs, Business Owners, and Entrepreneurs truly understand the pressures and burdens of those roles. Quade was built to bring together CEOs, Business Owners, and Entrepreneurs to support each other, push each other, and share diverse experiences to better live out their authentic selves and lead change to improve themselves, their families, their companies, and their communities.LINKS & RESOURCESVisit Quade's WebsiteConnect with Mark on LinkedIn
When you first embarked on your venture as an Allied Health Business Owner, what can you look back on and realised you underestimated about the process? There's nothing better than getting a glimpse into fellow business owner's worlds, and getting insight into their journey, and in this rerun episode with Louise Whitton from Focus on Function, you get just that. We can learn so much about ourselves and have our minds opened to things we may not have thought of before, like Louise's experience navigating rapid growth and admission of underestimating certain factors of the business. Topics covered on in this episode: Diving into the importance of bringing the right advisors onboard as the business grows. Insights into HR and admin. Developing team goals for billable impacts. Adapting your current practices to achieve continuous improvement. Connect with Louise Whitton Visit Louise's Website Connect with Louise on LinkedIn Connect with Nacre Consulting: Join the Accelerator Mastermind Complete the Allied Health Biz Quiz Let's connect on Instagram Follow us on Facebook Let's connect on LinkedIn Join our Facebook Group online community More about The Private Practice Made Perfect Show: The Private Practice Made Perfect podcast is a much loved conversation for those wanting to hear real life Australian Allied Health business stories, adventures and the occasional confession. The outstanding guest list includes business owners and wonderful small business supporters such as accountants, marketers, bookkeepers, IT wizards, virtual assistants, lawyers and more. As you know, it takes a village to run a business. Cathy gathers the tribe, captures the collective wisdom and conveniently delivers it to your earbuds. All episodes are chatty, honest and practical… warning… we often stray from the topic, talk of wine and laugh loudly. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you in a cycle of taking on clients and tasks you don't love just to make money in your business? Maybe you tell yourself when you make enough money, you will let go of those clients and invest in pivoting your business. In this episode, Tasha Booth shares the pivotal moments, challenges, and lessons she's learned in her journey. Get ready to learn about her decision to start an agency and focus on launches, the importance of having mentors and coaches early on, and the power of setting boundaries and building a business that allows flexibility and enjoyment. Topics Covered: Going from a frugal fit girl to an online service provider The importance of getting a mentor or coach early in business Pivoting from VA/OBM to a launch agency and Amy Porterfield's exposure. Tasha shares her experience with going from $40K to 7 Figures. Tasha Booth is an agency owner, coach, and podcaster. She is the Founder & CEO of The Launch Guild - a full-service launch support agency working with established coaches and course creators with Course and podcast Launches. Her team is over 20 members strong and works together to support their clients in focusing back on their zones of genius. Additionally, she mentors Virtual Support Pros, Launch Managers, and agency Owners who are passionate and ready to grow their businesses while living life on their terms, and she is the host of the How She Did That Podcast -- a podcast for Virtual Support Pros to learn business and tech tips. How will you let your challenges help you grow? I'm excited to hear how Tasha's journey will help you lead behind the scenes! Links & Mentioned Resources Agency Thrivemind How She Did That Podcast Connect with Tasha: Instagram The Launch Guild -> Website Agency Owners work with Tasha -> Website Connect with Gwendolyn Website Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Thanks for joining me on this episode of Leading Behind the Scene! If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review on Apple or Spotify to help me reach even more entrepreneurs ready to make their moves.
Today we have the pleasure of delving into the delightful world of healthy confectionery with Daniel Kitay, the founder of FUNDAY Sweets. Daniel's journey is a testament to his passion for wellness and his bold leap from a well-paid job into the entrepreneurial realm. With a background in regulatory aspects of products, primarily in the wellness industry, he applied his knowledge to create gummy products that would revolutionise the confectionery market. FUNDAY Sweets experienced significant growth, thanks to a pivotal moment when Chemist Warehouse placed a substantial initial order and their own online store flourished. Daniel discusses the challenges of breaking into major retailers like Woolworths and Coles, emphasising that the days of easily securing a spot on their shelves are gone. He highlights the competitive nature of the food and beverage industry, where the first few weeks can determine a product's fate. Daniel shares a valuable perspective on the notion of quitting, asserting that quitting at the right time can be a positive decision. The future for FUNDAY Sweets looks promising, with plans to expand to more retailers in Australia and exploring opportunities for global expansion. Tune in to explore the sweet success story of FUNDAY Sweets and Daniel Kitay's journey to healthier confectionery. Find FUNDAY on Instagram, and visit their websiteConnect with Behind the Brand on Instagram and TikTok
Today we have a special guest, Susan Bryant, a trailblazer in the field of accounting and the CEO of Unboxed Advisors. In this episode, we dive deep into the world of tax efficiency and financial strategy for entrepreneurs. We'll learn about different entity types, the importance of proactive accounting, and Susan's expert advice on building wealth outside of your business. Whether you're a seasoned business owner or just starting out, this episode will empower you to take control of your finances and pave the way to entrepreneurial success. So grab your notepad and get ready to level up your financial game!ABOUT SUSANSusan Bryant is a trailblazer, a force of positive change, and a renegade in the field of accounting. As a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Tax Planner, and seasoned business owner, she's worked with thousands of entrepreneurs in various capacities, excelling as an architect of cutting-edge accounting processes, a holistic business advisor, and a strategic tax coach.LINKS & RESOURCES- Visit Unboxed Advisors' Website- Connect with Susan on LinkedIn
Paul Nadeau is a former hostage negotiator, international peacekeeper, and interrogator. During this time, he learned a lot about how the human mind works. He's taken his decades of experience and applied it to a negotiation framework that every negotiator can learn to implement in their work and lives. Outline of This Episode [1:56] Learn more about J. Paul Nadeau [3:19] Why won't people just ask? [6:32] Dissecting the inner conflict that exists [10:05] The PIER negotiation process [13:56] We don't sell to people, we sell for people [27:32] Negotiations are about connections Resources & People Mentioned Dammit, Just Ask! Connect with J. Paul Nadeau J. Paul Nadeau's Website Connect on LinkedIn Connect With Mark Follow Negotiations Ninja on Twitter: @NegotiationPod Connect with Mark on LinkedIn Follow Negotiations Ninja on LinkedIn Connect on Instagram: @NegotiationPod Subscribe to Negotiations Ninja
How do you build rapport with clients? How do you be someone who's a pleasure to do business with? How do you employ active listening? How do you get, stay, and act in front of clients? Glenn Poulos covered these concepts in his latest book, “Never Sit in the Lobby,” and we discuss them in this episode of Negotiations Ninja. Outline of This Episode [1:48] Learn more about Glenn Poulos [3:11] How to get, stay, and act in front of clients… [5:31] Never sit in the lobby [13:26] How to build rapport with clients Connect with Glenn Poulos Glenn's Book: Never Sit in the Lobby Glenn's Website Connect on LinkedIn Follow on Twitter Connect With Mark Follow Negotiations Ninja on Twitter: @NegotiationPod Connect with Mark on LinkedIn Follow Negotiations Ninja on LinkedIn Connect on Instagram: @NegotiationPod Subscribe to Negotiations Ninja
Principle Occupational Therapist and Owner of Verve OT, Sarah Collison, brings a little verve to the podcast in this rerun episode, where she delves into a range of topics surrounding being a leader, balancing clinical and business duties, and the important role of graduate therapists in the allied health industry as a whole. You'll hear Sarah discuss making the leap to owning a business after working in a large organisation, including how she brought in a team and developed systems. Listen in for plenty of insights including the value of saying “no”, how to overcome pressures as a leader, trends in the workforce, and why investing in new graduates is crucial for the future of Allied Health. Topics covered on leading your own team, having an industry commitment to graduates, and balancing being a clinician and business owner: How to overcome the pressure that comes with leading your own team, including how to deal with responsibility, learning from mistakes, and being aware of obligations. Trends she's noticed in the workforce, including why so many people are dropping out, and the importance of investing in and nurturing graduates. How she found clinical joy and juggles between loving it, as well as the business side with a commitment to the OT profession. Connect with Sarah Collison Visit Sarah Collison's Website Connect with Sarah Collison on LinkedIn Follow Sarah Collison on Facebook Connect with Nacre Consulting: Join the Accelerator Mastermind Complete the Allied Health Biz Quiz Let's connect on Instagram Follow us on Facebook Let's connect on LinkedIn Join our Facebook Group online community More about The Private Practice Made Perfect Show: The Private Practice Made Perfect podcast is a much loved conversation for those wanting to hear real life Australian Allied Health business stories, adventures and the occasional confession. The outstanding guest list includes business owners and wonderful small business supporters such as accountants, marketers, bookkeepers, IT wizards, virtual assistants, lawyers and more. As you know, it takes a village to run a business. Cathy gathers the tribe, captures the collective wisdom and conveniently delivers it to your earbuds. All episodes are chatty, honest and practical… warning… we often stray from the topic, talk of wine and laugh loudly. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dietitian Nutritionist Deepa Deshmukh is our guest on today's episode!Deepa is of Indian descent, and emigrated to the United States in the early 1990's. What she found when it came to the diet aspects of the American life was shocking to her, and she embarked on a mission to raise awareness of the Standard American Diet (SAD) and encourage Americans and otherwise to make informed choices for their food that promote wellness and vitality!Here's a bit of what you'll hear in today's episode:-We're all in the same human community, regardless of where we live on the planet...04:30-Deepa describes her first exposure to the Standard American Diet (SAD)...06:50-Peer pressure forces kids to abandon their healthy diets in favor of the SAD...10:15-Advice for people considering moving to the United States...16:00-Check out Deepa's YouTube for inspiring and fascinating recipes!...20:00-Ways to batch your cooking and freezing of food...24:20-Deepa shares her journey as a faithful Hindu...28:45-Resources mentioned:Deepak's websiteConnect with today's guest:InstagramFacebookYouTubeOver the last 18 years, Dietitian Nutritionist Deepa Deshmukh has helped hundreds of people from various ethnic backgrounds lose weight, reverse and manage their diabetes, and reduce their cholesterol and blood pressure levels. Deepa specializes in providing culturally adopted nutrition - focused practical and tactical strategies to those who have chosen a path to change lifestyle to feel better. Deepa's overarching goal is to help individuals and communities to have access to nutrition - focused care and help achieve health equalityIn 2020, Deepa was recognized as one of the Top 10 Dietitians in the country by Today's Dietitian Publication for her innovative approach to health and wellness.P.S. If you're just checking out the show to see if it's a good fit for you, welcome!If you're really serious about becoming Visibly Fit, you'll get the best experience if you download the worksheets available at https://wendiepett.com/visiblyfitpodcast.
Why do women hesitate to negotiate? How do you prep, practice, and make your ask? How do you determine your unique value proposition? Leadership and Career Coach Kelli Thompson is on a mission to help women advance in the rooms where decisions are made. If you're ready to hone your salary negotiation skills, Kelli Thompson will teach you how to confidently negotiate your salary in this episode of Negotiations Ninja. Outline of This Episode [1:28] Learn more about Kelli Thompson [2:26] The myths of salary negotiation [8:15] Navigating “How much did you make before?” [10:43] Why women hesitate to negotiate [14:50] Why is money an untouchable topic? [17:08] How to prepare for a salary negotiation [20:20] How to determine your unique value proposition Resources & People Mentioned Kelli's FREE resources Closing the Confidence Gap Connect with Kelli Thompson Kelli's Website Connect on LinkedIn Follow on Twitter Friend on Instagram Connect With Mark Follow Negotiations Ninja on Twitter: @NegotiationPod Connect with Mark on LinkedIn Follow Negotiations Ninja on LinkedIn Connect on Instagram: @NegotiationPod Subscribe to Negotiations Ninja
In this episode, we are diving deep into the concepts behind meditation, having your brain operate at its full potential, and being the best leader you can be. We're joined by the brilliant Raamon Newman, the cofounder and CEO of New Mavericks, who brings his expertise in CEO leadership development and business performance improvement to the table. Get ready to discover how inner development plays an integral role in our outer accomplishments, and how we can create the necessary clarity, coherence, and creativity to attract the achievements and results we desire. Plus, Raamon shares his personal journey from a former 800-meter runner to a full-time meditating monk, and how this transformation shaped his perspective on success and protection. So grab your headphones and get ready to tap into the world of entrepreneurship and personal growth with this insightful episode.ABOUT RAAMONRaamon Newman is the Co-founder / CEO of New Mavericks, a CEO leadership development and business performance improvement consultancy based out of the USA and Australia. He's co-author of the book: The Science of Protection: Making High Pressure Impactful Leadership Decisions That Protect & Enhance You & EveryoneOver the last 25 years, he and his business partner Paolo D'Angelo have been globally trusted CEO Breakthrough Protection Partners to over 100 top CEOs & execs of multi-million and billion revenue companies. They've enabled these CEOs to remove obstacles in 30 days by having an even more clear, coherent, alert, and settled mind to see the best possibilities and make the best decision that creates & protects the experience they want.This has resulted in these CEOs creating over $10 billion in revenue and stock value appreciation.Raamon is a former:Top three nationally ranked track athlete2-time national cross country team winner4-time state championship-winning rugby player10-year full-time meditating monkMeisner-trained actorHe enjoys supporting and investing in positively disruptive entrepreneurial ventures and giving to peace projects and youth education.He's a graduate from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, with a Bachelor's of Commerce in Marketing.LINKS AND RESOURCESVisit New Mavericks' WebsiteConnect with Raamon on LinkedInGet a copy of Raamon's book, The Science of ProtectionFollow Raamon on InstagramSubscribe to New Mavericks' YouTube Channel
It's a pivotal time for justice and equity in the United States. In episode 46 of The People of Penn State, we discussed this critical topic with Christina Parle (she/they), an equity, inclusion, and diversity (EID) educator and consultant with her company, Social Responsibility Speaks. Much of Christina's work with Social Responsibility Speaks is rooted in unlearning, conflict resolution, and effective communication. Christina's particular interest is in language and its impacts, with specific experience in behavioral conduct, curriculum writing, and leadership education.Here's what Christina discussed on today's show:- Developing as a leader during her time as a student at Penn State;- Serving as the Director of Chapter Services and Conduct for Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity (ZBT);- The inspiration behind Social Responsibility Speaks;- Justice, equity, inclusion, and diversity strategies and education; - What it was like being honored as an Alumni Achievement Award recipient in 2022;- and moreVisit Social Responsibility Speaks' websiteConnect with Christina on Instagram and LinkedIn----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Learn more about the Penn State Alumni Association: alumni.psu.edu. Follow the Penn State Alumni Association on:FacebookX (Twitter)InstagramLinkedIn
Everyone talks about the importance of building a community around your brand but how do we actually do that? And why is a community crucial in a moment of crisis? That and more is what I talked about with Charlotte in this episode. You'll discover...Why building a community around your brand is so importantExamples of brands with strong communitiesCharlotte's tips on how to build your own communityWhat not to do in a crisis situationHow to deal with a crisis effectively as a brandThank you so much for tuning in! If you are enjoying Let's Talk Socials, please consider leaving a review so I can continue to produce exciting episodes for you & invite interesting guests. Did you know that you'll get an extra karma boost if you share this episode on your stories?
SUPPORT MY WORK through Patreon!Matt Cain discusses the challenging history in publishing for LGBTQ History Month. Discover the inspiration for his book, The Secret Life of Albert Entwistle.We are giving listeners a peek behind the paywall to share one of my favorite interviews of 2023 in honor of LGBTQ History Month. Join us as we delve into the captivating world of renowned author Matt Cain, as we celebrate his charming novel, The Secret Life of Albert Entwistle.Beyond discussing his book, Matt opens up about the immense publishing challenges he faced, most notably with The Madonna of Bolton, a novel rejected more than 30 times for being deemed 'too gay.' Discover how it evolved into one of the fastest crowdfunded projects on Unbound after Matt courageously unveiled his rejection letters to the world, and how he views the publishing world now. We'll also explore the genre of UpLit, its key markers, and what to expect in UpLit books. The answer might surprise you! Mentioned in this episode:Joining the Patreon community is an affordable way to support the show and gain access to a wealth of resources, including our monthly FULLY BOOKED buzzy new release show, exclusive author interviews, music playlists, and more! 2023 MomAdvice Fall Reading GuideThe Best Books for LGBTQ History Month (BONUS BOOK LIST- UPDATED!)Celebrate LGBTQ History With This Curated Stack- Jeffrey Dale Lofton InterviewThe London Séance Society by Sarah PennerThe Secret Life of Albert Entwistle by Matt CainWhat is Uplit?Madonna of Bolton by Matt CainBecoming Ted by Matt CainHeartstopper by Alice OsemanAttitude MagazineAttitude Heroes PodcastThe Albert Kennedy TrustThe Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel JoyceEleanor Elephant is Completely Fine by Gail HoneymanStation Eleven by Emily St. John MandelPOV: Albert's First Night Out PlaylistBecoming Ted PlaylistShirley ValentineMagic Season by Wade RouseAmy's interview with Wade RouseMy Policeman by Bethan RobertsMatt's Graham Norton interviewThe Matchmaker's Gift by Lynda Cohen LoigmanAmy's Interview with Lynda Cohen LoigmanMatzah Book Soup Book ClubShop the above (Amazon) links or through my Book Gang Bookshop Page!! They pay a 10% commission on every sale and match 10% to independent bookstores. Connect With Us:Connect with Matt Cain on Instagram or on his WebsiteConnect with Amy on Instagram, on TikTok, or MomAdviceJoin the MomAdvice Book ClubBuy Me a Coffee (for a one-time donation)
Johnny Hwin is an entrepreneur, investor, artist, musician, and a community builder. He has done this in both San Francisco and now in New York City. You will learn about what Johnny has learned from living in a community space in both cities and bringing a lot of people together. Johnny has been involved with many business and is currently help incubate businesses as well. He recently released a new song called Metropolis Heights. You will learn about his creative and personal journey to do so too. Excited for you to build and grow your Portfolio Career! As always, this episode with notes is available on my websiteConnect with Johnny on InstagramConnect with David on Instagram
Today, we have a special guest joining us: Shawna Martin, founder & CEO of Seedling Coach and a global technology leader with over 20 years of experience. In this episode, we dive deep into the importance of understanding personal finance, regardless of your current financial situation. Shawna shares her insights and expertise on measuring sticks in a career path, the outcomes of money coaching, and the impact of personal finance on career growth (and vice versa!). We also discuss the common struggle with debt, the traditional career path, and the value of exploring different industries. So, if you're ready to take control of your financial future and make intentional strides in your career, you don't want to miss this episode.ABOUT SHAWNAShawna Martin has been a global technology leader for over 20 years. Her extensive experience in guiding and growing successful teams and their leaders is where her passion for coaching and mentoring began. And now, Seedling Coach is where that same passion continues to expand as a career and money coach. Shawna has developed a sustainable, nourishing, and yet fierce method of taking her clients' careers and personal goals to the next level.For most people, our financial income is directly impacted by our career path so it makes sense to talk about the alignment of those goals together. For all who have felt like they're not quite where they want to be in their career or aren't sure what the next financial step is, Shawna helps you feel ready to move in a more fulfilling and aligned direction.LINKS & RESOURCESVisit Seedling Coach's WebsiteConnect with Shawna on LinkedIn
In this episode of The Wantrepreneur to Entrepreneur Podcast, host Brian Lofrumento sits down with Traci Robinson-Williams, the mastermind behind the concept of “Marketing Inspired Innovation.” With her expertise in marketing-powered innovation, Traci shares valuable insights and strategies to optimize existing assets and achieve meaningful results. From expanding your focus to embracing the customer experience, Traci provides actionable tips for listeners to apply to their own businesses. Join us as we explore the intersection of innovation and marketing with Traci in this thought-provoking episode.ABOUT TRACITraci Robinson-Williams is an Innovation & Technology Business Strategist who founded and leads Claroti, Inc. Previously, she led the Market Insights function for GitLab. Prior to GitLab, she helped envision, develop, and evangelize emerging technology solutions and capabilities for Accenture Federal Services. In previous roles at Accenture, Verizon Wireless, and other companies, she also led integrated go-to-market efforts, identified new areas of business opportunity, provided strategic counsel to executive leadership, and drove market-facing thought leadership activities.She has led strategic go-to-market initiatives across a variety of industries including management and technology consulting, professional & IT services, cyber security, wireless, telecom, hospitality, IT hardware & software, and public sector. She holds a B.S. in Business & Marketing and an MBA with a concentration in Global Management.LINKS & RESOURCESVisit Claroti's WebsiteConnect with Traci on LinkedIn
What should you consider when designing a learning process? Our guest today is Jenae Cohn, the author of Design for Learning. You'll learn the motivation behind writing the book, how to choose the right format for your training, what interaction formats work best for different group sizes, and more.Podcast feed: subscribe to https://feeds.simplecast.com/4MvgQ73R in your favorite podcast app, and follow us on iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Podcasts.Show NotesDesign for Learning — a book by Jenae Cohn and Michael GreerCheck out Jenae's websiteConnect with Jenae on LinkedInThis episode is brought to you by Dovetail, the customer insights platform that gets you from data to insights, fast.Dovetail has launched exciting new AI features to help you understand large amounts of customer feedback fast. Automatically cluster themes, analyze sentiment, and summarize transcripts while keeping your participant data safe and sound. For an extended 30-day free trial exclusive to UI breakfast listeners, go to dovetail.com/uibreakfast.Interested in sponsoring an episode? Learn more here.Leave a ReviewReviews are hugely important because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes. Here's how.
SUPPORT MY WORK through Patreon!Debut novelist and senior advisor to the Library of Congress, Jeffrey Dale Lofton, discusses identity and self-discovery for LGBTQ History Month in October.Jeffrey Dale Lofton is one of the most intriguing voices I've read this year, and I count his debut among my favorites of 2023. Join us on an inspiring journey as we sit down with Jeffrey Dale Lofton, the talented debut author behind Red Clay Suzie a fictional memoir that delves into the depths of identity, self-discovery, and the journey of growing up as a gay boy in the Deep South. In this intimate conversation, Lofton shares his personal experiences that shaped this remarkable narrative, the challenges of navigating his own identity, and the power of storytelling to bridge understanding, especially in the LGBTQ community. As a senior advisor to the Library of Congress, Lofton brings a unique perspective to literature and history. Be sure to tune in to the second half of our conversation to discover his top book recommendations for LGBTQ History Month. Don't miss this week's bonus book list- The Best Books for LGBTQ History Month! This list includes fiction and nonfiction books on queer history. Meet Jeffrey Dale LoftonJeffrey Dale Lofton transitioned from a career in acting to pursue post-graduate studies, earning Master's degrees in Public Administration & Library and Information Science. Currently, he serves as a senior advisor at the Library of Congress, indulging in his love for books.Originally from Warm Springs, Georgia, the author now resides in Washington, DC. Red Clay Suzie is his debut novel and was longlisted for The Center for Fiction 2023 First Novel Prize.Mentioned in this episode:Joining the Patreon community is an affordable way to support the show and gain access to a wealth of resources, including our monthly FULLY BOOKED buzzy new release show, exclusive author interviews, music playlists, and more! 2023 MomAdvice Fall Reading GuideThe Best Books for LGBTQ History Month (BONUS BOOK LIST)Red Clay Suzie by Jeffrey Dale LoftonIn the Wild Light by Jeff ZentnerAnd I Do Not Forgive You by Amber SparksTo Kill a Mockingbird by Harper LeeCall Me by Your Name by Andre AcimanThe Serpent King by Jeff ZentnerThe Best Libby App Tips & TricksThe Honeys by Ryan La SalaPete Cross, Audio Book NarratorThe Born This Way FoundationThe Trevor ProjectLGBTQ History MonthHow to Survive A Plague by David FranceMy Government Means to Kill Me by Rasheed NewsonRasheed Newson't Debut Novel Retells the Early Years of AIDS in New York CityThe Other Pandemic by Lynn CurleeShort Film Starring My Beloved's Red Bronco by K. IverWho is This Grief For?The Center for Fiction 2023 First Novel Prize LonglistThis post contains affiliate links. Shop the above (Amazon) links or through my Book Gang Bookshop Page!! They pay a 10% commission on every sale and match 10% to independent bookstores. Connect With Us:Connect with Jeffrey on Instagram or his WebsiteConnect with Amy on Instagram, on TikTok, or MomAdviceJoin the MomAdvice Book ClubShop Our Bookish Shirts to support the showBuy Me a Coffee (for a one-time donation)
In this episode of The Wantrepreneur to Entrepreneur Podcast, host Brian Lofrumento welcomes entrepreneur and business consultant Anthony Gindin, CEO and Founder of Futurecraft Consulting. They discuss the concept of incrementalism and its antidote, total destruction, and rebuilding. Anthony shares insights into the importance of understanding various components of a business and the need for a checklist to reimagine and question existing processes. Anthony also touches on the challenges entrepreneurs face when intentionally building their businesses, like shiny object syndrome and overcomplicating things. Join Brian as he dives into the conversation with Anthony and explores how to take a holistic approach to growing your business.ABOUT ANTHONYOver the past 23 years, Anthony Gindin has built six companies, published two books, spoken at events around the world, worked with executive leaders in 17 countries, and been recognized with 11 international marketing awards.During COVID, Anthony co-founded two e-commerce companies - both of which went public within a year. Then after exiting both companies, Anthony returned to the consulting world as Founder & CEO of Futurecraft Consulting.Today, Anthony helps other founders and CEOs reinvent their businesses for better growth.Anthony has also just launched a new book called The Agency Secret where he shares his extensive experience in the agency world - providing a model to transform and scale the world's best agencies.LINKS & RESOURCESGet on the waiting list for Anthony's new bookVisit Anthony's websiteConnect with Anthony on LinkedIn
On this episode of Talking Away The Taboo, Rachel Tuchman, LMHC joins Aimee Baron, MD to talk about... -Being angry at G-d -What does it mean? -Is it allowed? -How can you be angry and still have a relationship with G-d? -Is your anger something that G-d understands and/or forgives? Connect with Rachel: -Follow her on Instagram -Check out her Website Connect with us: -Check out our Website - Follow us on Instagram and send us a message -Watch our TikToks -Follow us on Facebook -Watch us on YouTube -Email us at email@example.com
Are you ready to take control of your financial future, break free from money anxiety, and embark on a journey of financial empowerment? This week's episode is for YOU! In this episode of "Anxious & Ambitious," host Nicole dives into an inspiring conversation with Eileen Joy, The Money Coach and founder of Money School for Moms™. Eileen teaches high achieving moms how to create wealth so they can have a healthy relationship with money, stop living paycheck to paycheck, and teach their kids about money so they can be set for life! Her 11-year-old son knows more about money than most adults. Eileen created an easy system that any busy mom can follow and specializes in working with high achieving, professional moms who are committed to investing in themselves and their children. Eileen has created a safe and comfortable environment to learn about one of the most avoided and taboo subjects, money. No more Shame, Guilt or embarrassment. While the episode covers a wide range of financial topics, it's not just for moms – it's for anyone seeking to improve their financial well-being. You'll hear about… Eileen's inspiring personal journey from money anxiety to becoming The Money Coach. The anxiety, shame, and embarrassment Eileen faced on her own financial journey and how she overcame these emotions. Practical steps to overcome money anxiety and start managing your finances with confidence. Strategies for breaking down large financial goals into manageable, less intimidating steps. Insights on shifting from a scarcity mindset to an abundance mindset for financial growth. The importance of starting your financial journey NOW, no matter your age or experience. How cultivating a positive relationship with money can empower women to achieve their financial goals. …and so much more! Connect with Eileen: 5 Easy Steps To Save $1000 This Month - Free Guide Instagram @eileenjoymoneycoach Facebook LinkedIn Eileen's Website Connect with Nicole: Instagram @anxiousandambitiouspodcast Instagram @roarwithnicole Facebook Thank you for listening! Share this episode with a friend or family member to be part of the ripple effect! DISCLAIMER: Please note that the following podcast is for entertainment purposes only. The content discussed in this podcast should not be taken as professional advice or be used as a substitute for seeking professional advice. While we strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information, the views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect the views of the producer or host of this podcast. Furthermore, any information provided in this podcast is intended for general information purposes only and should not be relied upon as the sole basis for making decisions. Listeners should always do their own research and seek professional advice before making any decisions based on the information provided in this podcast
Author, writer, and speaker, Dea Irby has a lot of experience mentoring eight children and eighteen grandchildren, plus other women to become visionary dreamers. Ephesians 2:10 says, "We are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works which God prepared in advance for us to do." Dea helps us to understand how to help others discover what God has placed inside of them to drive them toward living out their full potential. She discusses the five elements to nurture those you mentor. When others are supported to dream dreams, and mentored in how to carry them out, God can use them in amazing ways. Remember, nothing is impossible for God!Please SUPPORT His Heartbeat through Crown of Beauty Internationalhttps://www.crownofbeautyinternational.com/donateCONNECT with His Heartbeat and Crown of Beauty InternationalWebsite// Facebook//Instagram Dea Irby's BooksDea Irby's Instagram Dea Irby's Website Connect with Sue Corl's Instagram//WebsitePlease submit a Review of our podcast. It is very helpful for the growth of our show. Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgResources Mentioned in the Show:Bible Verses: Ephesians 2:10Crown of Beauty International: EMPOWERING WOMEN AROUND THE WORLD WITH GOD'S TRUTH!
On today's episode, I have the joy of sitting down with my new friend, Sheila Hansen. We're going to dive into all things money mindset!Sheila Hansen is a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) and has had her own firm based in Nebraska for the past 6 years. She lives on 5 acres with her husband, 3 kids, a horse and a tortoise. As an Enneagram 4, she has space for emotions and uses that in her accounting business to support female Creative business owners as they become confident financial decision makers. She saw the need for not only the tactical how to when it comes to business finances and taxes, but also the mindset and understanding the money stories we tell ourselves.In this episode, we chat about:Different facets of money mindset and where they come fromHow to foster a healthier money mindset Scarcity mindset and the limits we put on ourselves How so much of our money mindset is instilled in us in how we were raised How to grow together with your spouse towards your financials goals while having different perspectivesUnderstanding cash flow and the importance of itHow our thoughts about money create feelings that lead to the actions we take or don't takeResources & Links:Start saving with Acorns and get $5 free [affiliate link]Join us for an Ireland Retreat!Book a Power Hour Coaching SessionLearn more about partnering with me as a speakerInquire about advertising on the Climbing with Coach Kiah podcastCheck out the Backroad Cowgirls site!Shop the Coach Kiah Store. Use code climb10 for 10% off your first purchase!Download a FREE Habit TrackerConnect with Sheila: Follow on Instagram @Sheila.Hansen.CPA Follow on FacebookCheck out her websiteConnect with Kiah: Follow on Instagram @coach_kiah and FacebookSign up for my email newsletterCheck out my websiteSome of the links mentioned are affiliate links, which helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you.Make sure to hit subscribe so you don't miss out on future episodes. If you like what you heard, take a moment to leave a 5-star review!Find the complete show notes here:
If you've experienced infidelity in your marriage - regardless of whether you're the one who cheated or got cheated on - this episode will speak to you.Infidelity comes with specific layers of pain that create disconnect, paranoia, resentment, and rage. So what do you do if you want to stay in the relationship but cannot move past the pain of the infidelity and it's after effect?Join me as I interview Dr. Juan Santos, licensed therapist specializing in healing from affairs, as he gives us his stages of healing and many insights about this painful, yet powerful process. Who is Dr. Juan Santos?With over ten years of experience in the field of helping others make mindset and lifestyle, Dr. Juan Santos is listed in the ranks of the top 3 marriage counselors in his local area. He brings new perspectives for mental health and wellness, for helping individuals and couples build empowerment and take charge of their life and relationships. He is a first-generation immigrant, originally born in the Dominican Republic and raised in North Carolina. Dr. Santos utilizes a unique mind and body-approach to teach individuals how to go from surviving to thriving in life. His work on improving your mental health and quality of life has been featured on radio, tv, magazine, and podcast. Dr. Santos has presented on topics ranging from managing anxiety to addressing workplace mental health issues at organizations, higher education spaces, and community agencies. Dr. Santos is giving Partnership Aligned audience members discounted access to his new course to help couples heal after an affair!Course Link: https://relationship-workshop.teachable.com/p/healingafterinfidelityCoupon Code: PartnershipAlignedVisit Dr. Santos' websiteConnect on Tik tok, LinkedIn, or InstagramFree Resources:Sex & Housework: How to Stop Avoiding BothFREE Masterclass: 5 Ways to Deepen the Connection with Your Partner21 Questions That Will Bring You and Your Partner Closer Than Ever!4-Step Guide To Self-Empowerment, Better Communication and Deeper Intimacy With Your PartnerIG: @partnershipalignedElana@partnershipaligned.comBook your free consult and start improving your relationship today!
On this episode of The Wantrepreneur to Entrepreneur Podcast we're joined by Russell Raath, founder of The Ambition Company. Russell is an entrepreneur and business transformation expert with almost three decades of experience working with teams around the world. Today, Russell will be sharing his insights on the power of ambition and how it can drive success in both entrepreneurship and corporate leadership. We'll also dive into some fascinating topics like expressive emotion in the workplace, the science of behavior design, and the importance of fostering unshakable confidence within leadership teams. So get ready to be inspired and informed as we dive deep into the world of entrepreneurship, leadership, and business transformation!ABOUT RUSSELLOriginally from Zimbabwe, Russell Raath has been working with teams around the world for almost three decades. Formerly he spent time helping to build a formidable consulting business at Deloitte Consulting in New York before working alongside famed Harvard Business School professor Dr John Kotter where he ran Dr Kotter's transformation consulting business.He finds himself setting highly ambitious personal challenges to see where they will take him - most recently swimming 8 kilometers in cold water off Cape Town, South Africa.LINKS & RESOURCESVisit The Ambition Company's WebsiteConnect with Russell on LinkedIn
Mary Lou Panzano is no ordinary leader; she's an icon in the world of leadership, communication, and personal development. With a distinguished 40-year career in global companies such as Prudential, Pfizer, and Bayer, Mary Lou has honed her expertise in managing and adapting to the ever-accelerating pace of change.
SUPPORT MY WORK through Patreon!Celebrate literary lessons found in books about mothers! Adele Griffin shares her riveting surrogacy story in her debut and how these characters shaped her story.Adele Griffin knew something had been missing from her fiction for a long time. Although she knew it was missing, she admits that it took her years to process and refine this motherhood journey into her adult fiction debut, The Favor. In this moving conversation, we discuss her riveting surrogacy journey and what writers have gotten wrong when writing about this deeply personal partnership. It is a profound bond that can have lifelong impacts on all parties involved, but the author's challenge was packaging it lightly for a reader like her. As a seasoned author of over thirty books, she describes her unique challenges and hurdles in writing adult voices and, ultimately, the literary mothers who shaped this story, and how she viewed motherhood. In one of the most eclectic stacks brought to our show, we will discover surprising trivia behind some well-known classics and contemporary literature that brings modern motherhood issues to light.Bonus Books About Mothers Book List:Today's BONUS BOOK LIST explores The Best Page Turners About Motherhood to Read Now. This book list includes Adele's fiction, nonfiction, and memoir selections. I've rounded out this stack with the most compelling books I've read on motherhood. And if you want to dive into Adele's page-turning plot twists, you will love today's bonus. Patrons get an additional SPOILER-FILLED episode with Adele, discussing three pivotal moments in her book's ending. Meet Adele GriffinAdele Griffin is the author of over thirty highly acclaimed books across various genres, including Sons of Liberty and Where I Want to Be, both National Book Award finalists. The Favor is her adult fiction debut.Mentioned in this episode:Joining the Patreon community is an affordable way to support the show and gain access to a wealth of resources, including our monthly FULLY BOOKED buzzy new release show, exclusive author interviews, music playlists, and more! MomAdvice Fall Reading Guide2023 MomAdvice Summer Reading GuideTrue Biz by Sara NovicThe Favor by Adele GriffinAdele's Pinterest BoardThe Kingdom of Prep by Maggie BullockVampire Island Series by Adele GriffinWitch Twins Series by Adele GriffinAll of a Kind Family by Sydney TaylorThe Wishing Game by Meg ShafferMeg Shaffer Interview (The Wishing Game)Little Women by Louisa May Alcott10 Fascinating Facts About Louisa May Alcott's Little WomenWaiting for Daisy by Peggy OrensteinOperating Instructions by Anne LamottSome Assembly Required by Anne LamottAnne Lamott, Who Wrote the ‘Operating Instructions' on Motherhood Tackles the SequelLittle Fires Everywhere by Celeste NgLittle Fires Everywhere TrailerGuide to the Celeste Ng BooksCeleste Ng: The WD InterviewHello Beautiful by Anne NapolitanoYou'll Never Guess What Anne Napolitano Was Doing When Oprah CalledThe Celebrity Book Club Deep Dive Episode You NeedThe Best Page Turners About Motherhood to Read NowShop the above (Amazon) links or through my Book Gang Bookshop Page!! They pay a 10% commission on every sale and match 10% to independent bookstores. Connect With Us:Connect with Adele on Instagram or her WebsiteConnect with Amy on Instagram, on TikTok, or MomAdviceJoin the MomAdvice Book ClubShop Our Bookish Shirts to support the showBuy Me a Coffee (for a one-time donation)
“When you show up as a loving leader, you help people be the best they can be.” Dr. Sylvain Trepanier, SVP and System Chief Nursing Officer at Providence, says if you want your team to trust you and feel supported enough to reach their potential, it takes a loving leadership approach. In this episode, Syl and our guest host, David Black, discuss the deliberate behaviors Syl practices so he can show up authentic, honest, and fully present. Along the way, you'll learn about his daily rituals to stay grateful and intentionally inspire those around him. Additional Resources: Check out Dr. Syl's Website Connect with Dr. Syl on Facebook Connect with David Black Find out more about Even Health and Cabana Connect with Nikki on LinkedIn Follow PeopleForward Network on LinkedIn Learn more about PeopleForward Network
Experiencing a trauma can be very isolating. You go through something that changes you massively and it's easy to assume that no one understands you anymore because they haven't been through what you have been through. However, that is not the case. In this episode of From Survivor to Thriver, we sat down with Linda Spellman. She experienced a trauma that she thought would end her life, but instead, it changed it forever. After interviewing many trauma survivors, she discovered that she really wasn't alone and that healing was possible. Linda Spellman earned her MBA and spent years as a successful marketing executive for high-profile national retailers from Southern California to Atlanta. She was enjoying a thriving career when a sexual assault changed everything. A silent survivor of sexual abuse since childhood, Linda's life began to take a series of unexpected, sometimes devastating, other times remarkable turns. Not the least of which was the unexpected appearance of spiritual gifts, including an ability to communicate with those who have passed. Her curiosity about this development led her to seek out other trauma survivors, and learn about their experiences, paths to healing, and the spiritual gifts they developed after trauma. Linda is now an author, speaker, and burgeoning subject matter expert on trauma from a survivor's perspective. She is also a gifted psychic medium with clients around the world, including a growing roster of celebrity clients. Her self-described purpose in life is to “give people hope.” In today's episode, we cover: The massive impact trauma has on your lifeHow your self-awareness expands when you are going through the process of healingThe traumas Linda experienced and how it changed her lifeThe five main areas of the reveal and release stage of trauma healingThe fear you experience as a trauma survivorThe power of having a support system while you're healingWhen Linda started experiencing her spiritual gifts The triangle of healing from trauma A simple trick for empaths that struggle with taking on other people's emotionsWe hope you enjoyed our conversation with Linda! If you want to learn more from her, you can visit her website and follow her on Instagram. We also highly recommend you check out her book Trauma-Inspired. If you are interested in a reading, you can learn more about them here. Thanks again for tuning in. We are so grateful to each and every one of you. Please remember to leave a rating and review of our show. It helps us grow and reach those who need it. Also, make sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode! Links: Get a copy of Linda's bookLearn more about her readingsVisit Linda's websiteConnect with Linda on LinkedIn Follow Linda on InstagramFollow us on FacebookFollow us on InstagramFollow us on TikTokGet in touch: email@example.com“Trauma can be very isolating. You feel like, okay, nobody understands me, nobody else is going through this, so I'm ju
On today's episode, I have the joy of sitting down with Anna Genasci to chat all about agriculture, advocacy, and how the relationships with ourselves impacts how we show up at home and in our careers. Anna Genasci, Communication & Education Director: Anna has spent the last 15 years working in agriculture. Beginning her career with Stanislaus County Agricultural Commissioner as a Pesticide Inspector, she soon learned that helping growers was her passion. After working in agriculture compliance with AgSafe, she now offers her experience to Farm Bureau Members through her current role with Stanislaus County Farm Bureau. Most recently, sharing the stories of farmers, ranchers and dairymen through a video series called Farm Bureau Foodies. Anna is also a wife and a mom, two roles that fill her heart.In this episode, we chat about:What Farm Bureau Foodies is and the power of connecting the producer and the consumerFinding confidence and conquering our fears Body image and our relationship with foodFocusing more on how we FEEL rather than the number on the scale How imposter syndrome can steal the joy from our passions Resources & Links:Hungry for More [affiliate link]Intuitive Eating [affiliate link]Join us for an Ireland Retreat!Book a Power Hour Coaching SessionLearn more about partnering with me as a speakerInquire about advertising on the Climbing with Coach Kiah podcastCheck out the Backroad Cowgirls site!Shop the Coach Kiah Store. Use code climb10 for 10% off your first purchase!Download a FREE Habit TrackerConnect with Anna: Follow on Facebook @FarmBureauFoodiesCheck out their websiteConnect with Kiah: Follow on Instagram @coach_kiah and FacebookSign up for my email newsletter!Check out my websiteSome of the links mentioned are affiliate links, which helps to support this podcast at no additional cost to you.Make sure to hit subscribe so you don't miss out on future episodes. If you like what you heard, take a moment to leave a 5-star review!Find the complete show notes here:
Today we have a special guest joining us: Angie Besignano. Angie is a certified high-performance coach with a passion for empowering individuals to reach their full potential. In this episode, Angie shares her personal journey of chasing external factors for happiness, only to realize that true fulfillment lies within. She offers valuable advice on evaluating what we truly love in life and overcoming obstacles to personal growth. Angie also discusses the power of behavioral assessments such as DISC and how they can help align our natural abilities to the right positions. We'll dive into the importance of being intentional and disciplined, and how awareness plays a crucial role in personal and professional success. Angie's infectious energy and genuine approach to coaching will leave you inspired to uncover your own truth and live a life of purpose.ABOUT ANGIEAngie Besignano is a Certified High-Performance Coach deeply committed to empowering individuals from diverse backgrounds to reach their full potential. She boasts extensive experience in leading training sessions and speaking at events on topics such as leadership, talent management, and wellness. This has allowed her to perfect her ability to connect with and motivate others.Angie's success in orchestrating one-to-one and group coaching sessions, crafting effective training materials, and uplifting the performance of previously underperforming staff is well-acknowledged. She possesses notable skills in influence, interpersonal communication, and presentation, enabling her to work proficiently across all organizational levels.She has a profound grasp on guiding others to achieve their best performance and is known for her motivational leadership approach.LINKS & RESOURCESVisit Angie's business websiteConnect with Angie on LinkedIn