Listen as Hope Zvara and Kim Sutton chat about entrepreneurship, self-care, action, work-life balance and more!
Listen as Nathan Hirsch and Kim chat about outsourcing, finding creative solutions as entrepreneurs, the need for systems in our businesses and more!
Do you consider yourself to be a people pleaser, over-achiever, and/or not-rock-the-boater? Is saying “yes” a knee jerk reaction which you regret as soon as the words leave your mouth? If you resonate with any of the aforementioned, this episode is for you!
Listen as Nancy Levin and Kim Sutton chat about boundaries, mindset, confidence, perfectionism, life transitions and more!
Hear about the good, bad and ugly ways you can use LinkedIn to build your business with JoAnne Funch and Kim Sutton.
Listen as Sue Salvemini and Kim Sutton get raw and real in a conversation about gratitude, life’s struggles, making a difference, following our passion and purpose and much more.
Join Rocky Romanella and Kim Sutton as they chat about promoting from within, having faith in our people, process improvement and other crucial entrepreneurial considerations.
As crazy busy as an entrepreneur’s life may feel, time is never an excuse for not taking care of ourselves.
In this episode, Kim Sutton and Samantha Brody share the importance of addressing our personal needs, and the consequences of ignoring them.
Kim Sutton and Nathan Seaward dive deep into over-committing, quality vs. quantity, scarcity mindset, comparison syndrome, the stress of entrepreneurship and more!
How are you building your business? From your heart or your wallet? And, are you building your reputation from a place of giving or getting? Today’s episode will make you think hard about these points!
Listen as Kim Sutton and Glenn Garnes share how our businesses can be used to enrich lives — both our own and others’!
Understanding our power and responsibility to live a life where we positively impact ourselves and those around us can be easily overlooked without proper training and/or guidance. In this episode of the Positive Productivity podcast, Tim Shurr and Kim Sutton tackle self and social responsibility head on as they discuss self-awareness, honesty, responsibility, mindset and much more.
Are you a creative entrepreneur whose business is getting in the way of relationships? If so, this episode of the Positive Productivity podcast is for you!
Self-employed since 1992, Marie-Elizabeth Mali is a relationship coach for creatives who found herself in a cycle of giving her work more time and attention than her significant others. Listen as Marie-Elizabeth chats with Kim Sutton about how she created a business from the lessons she needed most.
Have you ever wondered if you were doing the right thing? Have you wondered if you are on the correct life path or what your purpose of life is? In today’s episode, Kim dives deep into conversation with David Adelson to discuss alignment, integrity, and the intersection of the two.
Millie Blackwell has experienced three phases of entrepreneurship, the first of which started on her parents’ apricot farm.
Listen as Millie and Kim chat about the other two phases, including how a seed of an idea turned into reality and is now saving the planet for businesses and retail organizations on a global scale.
Join Donnie Boivin and Kim Sutton in a raw and real conversation about the good, bad and ugly sides of entrepreneurship and the business coaching industry.
Listen as Lorianne Vaughan Speaks and Kim Sutton share a friendly chat about team building, authentic audience growth, speaking vs. podcasting, entrepreneurship with a family and much more.
Join Kim Sutton and Ed Squire as they share their Faith, stories of resilience, and the importance of sharing our message and impacting the world through our experiences.
Listen as Michael and Kim Sutton dive into the business practices and mindset of successful consultants and entrepreneurs.
Alexia Vernon & Kim Sutton chat about the importance, value and potential impact of speaking your true voice.
The words you say, and how you say them, have the potential to change a person’s experience with you greatly. Simple words like, “thank you”, “just” and “no” have more power than you may think.
Want to know how to say more with less words? Listen as Kim Sutton and Greg Alcorn dig into everyday dialogue, and the slight shifts we can make to create a massive impact.
In the heat of the moment, it’s easy to push “send” or “post” rather than “think.”
On this episode of Positive Productivity, Kim Sutton chats with Kristin Johnson, the author of “Ain’t You Got No Manners?” about online etiquette.