In this episode, I’m not discussing hiring a team to support your business. Rather, I share how my family and I have used public assistance in times of hardship, and why it’s not a sign of weakness for others to do the same.read more
“In any business, when you are focused on serving others, when you are about helping people first, you’ll get what you want.”
Scott became an entrepreneur as a child, and then again as an adult in the field of network marketing. Through his years in network marketing, he developed a habit of investing time into personal and professional development and today is a coach and consultant.
During our enlightening chat, we discuss network marketing vs. MLM, our reading habits and mentors, Scott’s Book, “SubmUrgency: How to Live and Die Without Regret”, and more!read more
Saying the word “No” can be scary. We’re concerned people will lose respect for us, will speak poorly of us, and/or think we’re incapable. But the word “Yes” does more damage than any fallout of “No” ever could. Listen to hear my thoughts.read more
PP 244: AmyK Hutchens, Author of The Secrets Leaders Keep and Founder and Intelligence Activist at AmyK Inc
AmyK started her career as an elementary teacher, and is still teaching today, however from the stage and at a global and corporate level. During our chat, we discuss the need to ditch the cookie cutters, tune out the noise of social media, and be our true, authentic selves. We also talk about the good and bad of social media, the quirkiness of life, the choices we have in how we react to situations, and so much more!read more
Lately I’ve been watching with fascination and wonder as more and more (new) listeners are tuning in from New Zealand.
I LOVE seeing this, but I would love to know who to thank for sharing the message of the Positive Productivity brand and podcast!read more
Pamela graduated from Yale and went corporate before becoming a mom. After co-founding a platform for parents – West Village Parents, she experienced a season of dsyfunction and disconnect in her marriage and realized she needed to take herself and her relationship back to a healthy place.
In our chat, Pamela and I chat about her five pillars of building strength: gratitude, compassion, surrender, courage, and openness and curiosity.read more
For the first three and a half years of my business, I was working 40-80 hours a week in my clients’ businesses. In this episode, I share how I transitioned out of full-time client work to working on my own personal brand.read more
“Self care is not a luxury. It’s a necessity.”
Joie went through a dark period in her 20’s when she was severely depressed and suicidal. After finding herself in an abusive relationship, she realized she was lacking self-love and wasn’t following her purpose. Today she helps clients learn how to love themslves and live a life of joy.
We chat about the fear of being single, the Law of Attraction, the realization that abusers and bullies are experiencing their own pain, gratitude, forgiveness and more.read more
As a little girl, I was taught to not overfill my dinner plate and that I could always go back for seconds. As an entrepreneur, I’ve learned the same is true with my to-do list. Listen in to hear my thoughts!read more
PP 238: Sandra Younger, Speaker, Author and Resilience Expert, and Author of The Fire Outside My Window
“We are either limited or liberated by the stories we tell ourselves.”
In 2004, Sandra and her husband woke to find California’s wildfires had surrounded their house, and were right outside their window. They grabbed their animals and a few pictures and ran for their lives. Today, Sandra uses her experience, combined with further training and research, to help communities recover from tragedies.
We chat about disaster preparedness, the recovery and resilience mindset, and the internal and external forgiveness that must occur after a disaster.read more
Today I’m recording with my office door wide open and my entire family running wild around my house because…. Snow and sick days have stolen my silence. Listen as I discuss how we just need to keep moving forward, no matter what life is throwing at us.read more
“Leading from the Yin-side out.”
Lea was born with an immune deficiency and has escaped death on several occasions. She recognizes how precious life is, as well the presence of a toxic imbalance in our culture.
Lea has a passion for helping leaders and entrepreneurs connect to who they are and grow from the inside out — without burning out.
We chat about mind-body healing, how we created our careers (and our careers created us), our burnouts, and the awesome lives that created as a result.read more
Are you building relationships with the intention of seeing what you can provide to the relationship? Or are you entering them to see what you can gain? Listen to hear my thoughts about building real relationships.read more
Mitch Russo shares his fascinating background, including how the idea for his software company came to be, how Business Breakthroughs was born, how he met and developed a friendship with Jay Abraham, and what you should do when planning to attend a business event.read more
Are you going through a season of struggle or challenges? If so, it’s important to me that you know you’re not alone. In this episode, I share the rough season my family and I went through and why/how it’s important that you keep moving forward.read more
Maddy entered the Peace Corp after graduating college and evolved through several other jobs before becoming a Chief of Staff at Teach for America. This position inspired the business she has today.
During our chat, Maddy and I discuss the importance of having support in our business, the difference between a virtual assistant and a virtual chiefs of staff, the tools we use in our businesses and more.read more
I just finished wrapping my 2017 financials, and was struck again by the importance of looking at my financials on a regular basis. Listen in to hear more!read more
“I got sick and tired of being sick and tired”
After earning her Masters degree in social work, Avalaura discovered working in the healthcare system was helping people maintain thehir dysfunction rather than heal.
Following a women’s retreat weekend, Avalaura returned to real life to find major change. Listen to how Avalaura’s journey transformed into one of hope and healing!read more
As a result of my chat with Dr. Steven Masley, I made, and continue to make, simple life changes which are increasing my productivity and focus. Listen to hear the changes I have made and how you can do the same!read more
“Somebody who eats one cup of green leafy vegetables a day has a brain that’s 11 years younger than someone who doesn’t.”
Dr. Masley and his team research and study the lifestyle choices which can improve our brain performance and productivity.
We chat about my own struggles with brain fog stemming from thyroid issues and sleep deprivation, as well as about how food, nutrients, activies, stress and toxins affect our performance.read more