It’s easy to attribute the struggles we have between our ears to various external factors but at the end of the day, it is we who should take full responsibility for our own mental health. Kim Sutton knows this from her personal experience of having to struggle...
In this episode, Kim and Christy Whitman share fundamental principles and laws in life that will turn your dreams into a reality. Tune in and find out how to use your inner energy to attract opportunities so you can live the dream and see your business grow. Focus on the blessings, be positive, and always look for the good in everything- that’s how you change your trajectory in life.
Kim and Marc Stern talk about what makes talking about your feelings so hard and what listening to hear involves. Marc also shares what the most important part of being a professional listener is and how to create a safe forum for people to feel heard. Being left alone to our pain and fears is the loneliest place to be. Tune in and find out how you can fill that void for yourself and for others!
Every entrepreneur and corporate employee has suffered from burnout one way or another. The only way to escape such a challenging state is by setting boundaries the proper way. In this episode, Kim Sutton sits down with Jennifer Bassman to explain the right...
PP 699: What Entrepreneurship And Puberty Have In Common: Peer Pressure, FOMO And The Shiny Object Syndrome
What do entrepreneurship and puberty have in common? It may sound like a weird question but Kim Sutton knows from her experience as a businessperson and as a parent that there is one critical point of comparison between the two....
How do you gain confidence and keep cockiness at bay?In this episode, Kim relates how she felt both and how it affected her business, family, and personal life. Tune in and hear what helped her regain confidence and experience abundance like never before!
The best thing about being an entrepreneur is the privilege to be of service to others. Yet, even the most successful businessman cannot serve everyone. So how do you find your niche? The best place to start is YOU!
The worst moment ever: when you’re almost there then suddenly you’re stuck! Bridgit Dengel Gaspard calls this phenomenon, “The Final 8th”. In this episode, Kim and Bridgit unlock the mystery behind this strange event. What is the Final 8th? Why do many get stuck right before the finish line? What goals and practices can be detrimental to success?
“You’re on mute.” -We hear that often on our zoom meetings. But today, we will talk about being “mute” in the business setting. In order to survive, we let our society force us to conform to a norm, which does not fully resonate with us. Many have muted their own story- the very reason they started their business- in order to survive. In this episode, Kim and author Marie White discuss why you should share your voice, and how you can keep sharing it in this modern world.
If money was not an issue, what would you do for free? Join Kim and Rodney C. Burris for a refreshing conversation about leadership and building a stronger team, with each member operating at their zone of genius. Listen as Kim and Rodney talk about the importance of getting perspective, nipping the root of unproductiveness, 4 zones from which one can operate, leading with heart, and listening to the gut-brain.
Most people who look successful in their careers are in reality, stressed out instead of living with a sense of fulfillment. If that sounds like you or someone you know, this episode will help you move out of that phase. Join Kim as she interviews Rodney C. Burris, a sought after speaker, development coach, and published author.
Worrying is human nature. Yet, worrying can become worrisome when it begins to take control of your life. Kim found herself in that mire for 40 long years! Today, we hear how Kim got her peculiar childhood nickname and how it adversely affected her life, health, relationships, and business.
This year, 2021, is the year for a great reset. It’s time to redefine what your dream life is truly like. You have the power to change or eliminate the things that made you unhappy and unfulfilled in the past. In this episode, Kim shares with us her great resets, lessons learned, practical applications, and blessings she received after taking the courage to protect her worth.
In today’s episode, Kim shares her great reset and new changes to look forward to! If you are feeling tired, stressed out, or unhappy in your business, this podcast is for you. Like our past seasons, the focus is still on simplifying your business, so you can have more time to do the things that truly make you happy and feel alive. Jump in and let’s start the year with an inspiring topic to keep you motivated and find enjoyment in your work.
Are you feeling stressed out, tired, listless, and unproductive? If so, get some sleep! Join Kim and Elizabeth Hughes as they talk about the direct correlation between sleep and productivity. They discuss how a deep restful sleep helps in the overall physiological processes, which in turn equates to efficiency and functionality.
This week, Kim and Matt Johnson, the author of MicroFamous, share how we can start moving toward our goal in a realistic way. By having a goal, you’re already sparking the most important change you could ever make- a change in yourself. Of course, you want to widen and deepen your influence in the most profound way. Making an impact is tedious, extensive work and it does not happen overnight. But it is possible!
Rejections in real life are more painful than a big fat “NO” from Simon Cowell. But what if you received both? In this episode, Kim and William talk about facing rejection with grace, “gamifying” your business, life hacks to be more free, and a better way to look at mistakes.
Kim and Brandon talks about the power of connection, intelligent hustle, fear-setting exercise for decision making, and building value in your personal and professional life. Brandon also shares the common mistakes entrepreneurs make in expanding their network, how to uncover surface level feedback, and why every entrepreneur must cultivate resourcefulness.
Martha expounds on the environmental and biological factors that adversely affect sleep patterns, and how to naturally adjust your circadian rhythm so that you are not only getting enough sleep but a sweet sleep at that.
John explains how your Human Design Chart can help you be at peace with yourself. He also interprets what the channels, colors, and line activations represent and how it relates to your profile and what impact you can create. More importantly, learn how these concepts can help you build a strategy around your personal growth and relationships.
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