PP 452: Danielle Fuhrmann, Color and Style Expert and Owner of Reflections of You

“If you’re totally uncomfortable in something then you’re not going to feel confident, you’re not going to be expressed. So you really want to wear something that is going to make you feel your best and make you feel authentic in your own skin.”

Danielle is a color and style expert that helps men and women discover their most complimenting colors that accentuate their natural tones and personality. She teaches that the colors you wear represent you and wearing your correct colors can change your approachability and how others perceive you. Listen in as Kim and Danielle hit topics about authenticity, hair color, and how the correct color and wardrobe can change your business and social life.

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PP 436: Petia Kolibova, Confidence Coach and Podcast Host at Be Strong Minded

“What really matters in our life is being confident in who we are and what we believe in and also our relationships, the people we surround ourselves with.”

Having a sense of the life that she was living wasn’t enough, Petia moved to the US from Czech Republic when she was 21 years old, finished college, and joined the corporate world. After five years of corporate life she felt as though her life was a mess, battled eating disorders, low self-esteem, and hated life and herself. She needed a change and decided to hire a life and business coach. Petia discovered her path in life; she is now a Confidence Coach from Be Strong Minded and is impacting lives whether in her private sessions, in her Be Strong Minded podcasts, or on her social media outlets. Listen in as Kim and Petia reflect on how similar their lives are, knowing your value, and how meditation is power.

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PP 433: There is No I in TEAM

Is your team in your business working FOR you or WITH you? Listen as I share my thoughts along with a reminder that there is no “I” in “Team.”

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PP 432: Jordan Baker, Founder of Focuster & Entrepreneurial Coach

“As a freelancer, as an entrepreneur, as a business owner you need to build systems of accountability that will help hold and support you.”

Jordan Baker used his expertise in software development to help him create Focuster, a personal productivity tool (aka a scheduling calendar) that helps you manage not only your time but also your focus. Listen in as Kim and Jordan discuss focus, time, the difference between being productive and being busy, and much more!

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PP 430: Maria “Muddy” Vaccaro, Founder of Muddy Megabytes

“Ultimately as a parent we want our kids to be successful whether it is at home, in business, or their career of choice.”

A young entrepreneurial at heart with her own childhood lemonade stand and homemade Italian cookies as an up-sale, Muddy grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. With thorough administrative experience and know how, she developed Muddy Megabytes, a business that offers administrative services and all things technical. Tune in to hear Kim and Muddy hit topics on husband delegation, teaching children life skills at a young age, and multitasking VS serial tasking.

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PP 428: Amy Lyle, Author

“The most important gift you can give a person is the unconditional belief in their ability.”

Tim was pictured as the poster child of success but in reality he was miserable in his career; it wasn’t what he had expected. One day he woke up and decided to walk away from it all and leave corporate life behind and started an education software business. Listen in as Kim and Tim discuss core values, developing relationships and social skills, and how opportunities tend to present themselves once you stop chasing them.

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PP 427: Social Media Rants – Yay or Nay?

As a marketing automation and business strategist, it would be almost an understatement to say I have been through a few marketing training programs. One common teaching I have heard, however, is that we should post rants on our feed to get more attention. Listen to hear my thoughts on this!

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PP 426: Tim Alison, Founder and CEO of Screw The Naysayers Productions

“The most important gift you can give a person is the unconditional belief in their ability.”

Tim was pictured as the poster child of success but in reality he was miserable in his career; it wasn’t what he had expected. One day he woke up and decided to walk away from it all and leave corporate life behind and started an education software business. Listen in as Kim and Tim discuss core values, developing relationships and social skills, and how opportunities tend to present themselves once you stop chasing them.

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PP 424: Rico Caveglia, Creator of The Ageless Living Lifestyle

“The most important thing is to change your mindset, to realize that you can … create a healthy, energetic body.”

Living and teaching the Ageless Living Lifestyle for 35+ years now, Rico Caveglia opened up one of the first modern, personal training studios in San Diego in 1981. Listen in as Kim and Rico discuss his passion for a healthy lifestyle which can produce ageless living. Why? As Rico explains, our bodies have a genetic potential to stay healthy until 125 years old so our life expectancy could have many more years of good living!

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PP 423: Are You Segmenting Your List?

Are you segmenting your email list from the moment someone opts in to your initial offer? Tune in to hear why this should be part of every entrepreneur’s marketing funnel.

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PP 422: Heather Cameron, Women Business Coach from Horizon Performance Insights

“We have to be able to decide whether it’s right for our business or whether we’re trying to live up to somebody else’s should’s.”

First, Heather Cameron worked as an electrical engineer in Australia and then the technology bubble burst. Faced with the question of “what now?” Heather returned home to Canada and earned another degree – this time in Adult Education. Later, Heather was asked to travel to Zambia to lead a local leadership conference. She quickly said yes! During her experiences at home and abroad, Heather learned she had a passion for helping people – specifically women entrepreneurs – find their focus and help their businesses reach their true potential.

Listen in as Kim and Heather discuss Heather’s work with women entrepreneurs and how many are susceptible to the world of “should’s.” As in, I should be doing this or I should be doing that. Sound familiar? If so, grab a cup of coffee, listen to this podcast and learn how you can get your own “should buster” meter!

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PP 420: Natasha Todorovic, Co-Founder of NVC Consulting

“The common thread always is the people.”

Natasha Todorovic is a trained consultant who has worked with a diverse group of international clients from many different industries and at all levels of management. She uses an approach called Spiral Dynamics which, as the name suggests, requires one to get to the core of who you are similar to how DNA (which rotates around in a spiral) is at the very core of who we are. Natasha is fascinated by the relationships she sees between people because – as she says – that’s where the magic happens. Listen in as Kim and Natasha have an inspiring conversation about people, collaboration, and clogged pipes. Trust me, you will be inspired!

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PP 418: Phil Singleton, CEO & Lead Strategist Kansas City Web Design & SEO of KC Web Design

“Having one good reference is one thing, but if you have a book of screaming references, that is something you can really sell against.”

After experiencing anxiety to the point of not being able to communicate in his soul sucking cubical, owner of Bare Knuckle marketing, web designer, author, and fellow podcast host Phil Singleton decided to take two weeks to pack up his bags and move to Taiwan for an unexpected ten year stay. Listen in as Kim and Phil discuss web design, successful and not so successful experiences with bartering, and the importance of having a web page for your business.

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PP 417: Slow Down, You Move Too Fast

Do you ever find yourself spinning in circles because you haven’t taken time to plan your tasks or your day? I have! Listen as I share a recent example — and why we need to remember to slow down.

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PP 416: Dianne Romero, Entrepreneur, Mindset Coach and Motivational Speaker from Entrepreneur by Design

“Even though our hardest times, what can get us through is remembering our past successes.”

Following the death of her mother at age 12, Dianne learned to tap into her young entrepreneur self in order to help supplement her father’s income. A firm believer in the philosophy that your past successes can help you overcome your current obstacles, Dianne went on to experience relationships with both a non-functioning alcoholic and a meth addict. Needing to remove herself from those situations and to provide for her children and herself, she found her true calling in life and became an entrepreneur, a mindset coach and a motivational speaker. Listen in as Kim and Dianne discuss all of this!

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