Earlier this week I sent out an email with links that didn’t work. Listen to learn about redirect links and 404 pages, and how you should (or shouldn’t) use them in your business!read more
“Tap in to your authenticity.”
Lisa Avery received a degree in languages and moved to Spain where she taught in a school of psychologists. As she became more involved, she became increasingly fascinated. Listen as we discuss Lisa’s journey and the discoveries which came from it.read more
Facebook and Twitter have (again) made big changes to their algorithms/terms of service. Listen to how I’m pushing through and why!read more
“Keep your business as simple as you can to get done what you want to get done.”
Amy spent 15+ years in finance and was making over 6-figures, however she burnt herself out. She realized she was building others’ wealth and not her own, and she wanted more out of life. Listen as Amy and I share an amusing conversation about entrepreneurship, Amy’s journey, books, movies, telemarketers, tools and more!read more
Parentpreneurs, I know we face our own set of entrepreneurial struggles. As if being a parent OR being a business owner wasn’t hard enough, when you mix them together it can be… interesting. Listen as I share recent happenings from my house!read more
Jenn has been a writer since high school, and has an amazing story to share! From living on the streets to becoming a journalist, being the mother of 18 kids to facing a job loss, Jenn has faced her share of struggles — and overcome!read more
In the last month, my team and coaches both opened my eyes to low hanging fruit I was missing in my business…. An obvious source of extra income. Listen as I share what this additional income stream is, and how you can consider setting up the same for you.read more
“When we feel good, our work will be good.”
As a student, Christine often dealt with anxiety and procrastination issues. After leading a procrastination workshop, however, her eyes were opened to a new way of working — for both herself and others.
Listen as Christine and I chat about stalling due to perfectionism, the need to focus on big rocks rather than minute tasks, accountability, productivity tools and more!read more
I know what it’s like to be too proud to ask for help. Believe me, I do. Sometimes, however, we need to suck it up and be honest with where we are, and the help we need to get to where we want to go. Tune in as I discuss!read more
“Wake up and end each day thinking of all the things that are amazing in your life.”
Melonie was a corporate attorney for years, however she realized she held no passion for the profession and wanted to give back to society in some way. After having her first daughter, she looked for a fitness solution for new moms and realized a void in the market. Fe Fit was born. Listen to hear where Melonie’s entrepreneurial journey has gone since!
Melonie and I share a fun chat about pregnancy and motherhood, the product development and manufacturing processes, and much more!read more
In episode 287 of the Positive Productivity podcast I discussed my own struggles with anxiety, as well as several of the techniques I’ve used to relieve it. In this episode, I share how opening the lines of communication has also relieved anxiety.read more
PP 288: Jessica Honegger, Founder and Co-CEO of Noonday Collection and Host of the Going Scared Podcast
“Awareness is the first step to figuring out how to move forward.”
Jessica has had quite the career journey! In 2008, she and her husband had two children and were flipping houses with the intention of adding another child to their family through adoption. When the housing market crashed, they were forced to use their savings on living expenses rather than on adoption. The opportunity which presented itself next is now helping thousands of families worldwide!
Listen as Jessica and I chat about the opportunities which present themselves when you kick fear to the curb, the power of living selflessly, the quirks and compassion of our kids, and more!read more
After being a guest on several other podcasts and sharing my experiences and struggles with anxiety, I realized it is time to be completely authentic on my own podcast. In this episode, I share my struggles, along with a message for those who share the struggle.read more
Bill grew up in a large family and had to figure out many of the nuances of life on his own. He joined the Navy, and was in the nuclear program where extended submarine journeys taught him the art of storytelling.
Listen to hear how Bill’s journey progressed into him becoming a podcaster and entrepreneur. Bill shares submarine stories, we chat about the value of a locally focused podcast, and we discuss the extroverted introvert qualities we share.read more
Lately I’ve noticed that new grey hairs are multiplying on my head, taunting me with their strength and thickness. I’ve also realized, though, that like the grey hairs, the struggles that gave me those hairs made ME stronger. Listen to hear my thoughts.read more
“We can make progress or we can make excuses. We can’t do both.”
An amazing life transformation and personal development journey led Adam to lose 100 pounds and accomplish an impressive list of life goals. Since then, Adam has helped people in his town lose over 35,000 pounds and is now on a world-wide, million-pound mission.
Adam and I chat about when we were introduced to the Law of Attraction, the low points which came before our individual transformations, our affirmative action lists, and more!read more
I’m honored when people ask me, “How do you do it all?” In all actuality, however, I don’t. I am, instead, practicing the fine art of NOT doing it all.read more
“Don’t know too much. Don’t be too smart… Get out of your own way of allowing surprise and creativity into your life.”
Michael was an actor in New York City who gained a reputation as an acting coach. From there, Michael realized his skills as a coach could benefit business owners and executives as well.
Michael and I chat about inherited purpose, income vs. impact, cutting the weaker branches out of our life and more.read more
Are you infected with the Yes Sickness? Do you say “Yes” whenever anybody asks you to do anything? Listen in to hear my perspective.read more
“Think about the big picture. Why are you really here?”
Brian is an ophthalmologist with a fascination for psychology. While at the 2014 Olympics with his patient, Steven Holcomb, he saw how the world’s perceptions were being altered by Putin, and decided to write his book, Perceptual Intelligence.
Dr. Brian and I chat about the downside of influencers and influencing, the importance of seeking the truth and well developed critical thinking skills, how we’re here to help each other, cat poop coffee, and more!read more