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    326: How Hardship, Hustle and Heart Built America’s #1 Wine Brand with Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey

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    Today's interview is with Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey. They are both international Keynote Speakers and New York Times Bestselling authors of Barefoot Spirit, How hardship Hustle and Heart Built America’s #1 Wine Brand and The Entrepreneurial Culture, 23 Ways to Engage and Empower Your People. From humble beginnings in a laundry room of a rented farmhouse to the boardroom of their acquirer, the world’s largest wine company, E&J Gallo, they learned lessons applicable to any business. They consult and train startups and Fortune 500’s on brand building and company culture. They regularly contribute to national and international media on a wide range of business topics. Resources Mentioned In The EpisodeBarefoot Spirit, How hardship Hustle and Heart Built America’s #1 Wine Brand Book: https://xk208.infusionsoft.com/app/orderForms/The-Barefoot-SpiritThe Entrepreneurial Culture, 23 Ways to Engage and Empower Your People Book: https://xk208.infusionsoft.com/app/orderForms/The-Entrepreneurial-CultureThe Barefoot Spirit: https://thebarefootspirit.com/Guiding Principles For Success: https://thebarefootspirit.com/gps/

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    325: The Ultimate Journeys For Two with Mike And Anne Howard

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    Today's episode is with Mike and Anne Howard. They left on their honeymoon in January 2012 and have been exploring the globe ever since. They realized life is short, the world is big, and the value of travel too great to wait until retirement, so to kick off their marriage they decided to take a trip around the world…on what has become “The World’s Longest Honeymoon.” Using Anne’s background as a national magazine editor and Mike’s as a digital marketing executive and photographer, they created HoneyTrek.com to chronicle their journey across 50+ countries and 7 continents, and share tips with anyone looking to mobilize their travel dreams. Their unique journey, engaging blog, and savvy tips have been acclaimed by the Washington Post, Condé Nast Traveler, Los Angeles Times, The Daily Mail, CBS, and more-- including Microsoft's 2016 TV ad campaign.Firm believers that love and travel make the world a better place, Mike & Anne continue to spread the word as Smithsonian speakers and National Geographic authors with their new book, Ultimate Journeys for Two. In National Geographic's first book on couples adventure travel, Mike and Anne take readers through 75 featured destinations, Top 10s, travel hacks, personal anecdotes, and keys to an unforgettable journey. Resources Mentioned In the EpisodeHoneyTrek: http://honeytrek.com/Ultimate Journeys for Two: Extraordinary Destinations on Every Continent: https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Journeys-Two-Extraordinary-Destinations/dp/1426218397 

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    324: How to THINK BIG with Jon Dwoskin

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    Today's episode is with Jon Dwoskin an executive advisor, business coach and podcaster extraordinaire. Truly! He hosts 3 podcasts! The THINK BIG Movement Podcast, The 7 Minute Sales Minute Podcast and THINK with Jon Dwoskin. All his podcasts can be found here. He is also the author of The Think Big Movement. When he was 18, his dad gave him Brian Tracy’s audiotape series called The Psychology of Success. That moment began his obsession with self-learning. He has spent every day since then studying business, life and how to grow.We talked about the following things:How he realized it was time to leave the corporate world and go into business for himselfHis mantra “Think Big.” Whether it's possible to teach someone how to be an entrepreneur, or whether it is innateThe number one thing that gets companies or people stuckHow to grow and reset your company culture?How to hire the right people ANDWhat he learned from trusting his gut for so longResources Mentioned In This EpisodeNext-Generation Thought Leaders Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/thoughtleaderchallenge/Thought Leader Academy: https://www.thoughtleaderprogram.com/courses/thoughtleaderacademyJon's Podcasts: http://jondwoskin.com/all-podcasts/The THINK BIG MOVEMENT Book: http://jondwoskin.com/the-think-big-movement/  

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  • 01:19:00

    323: How To Land 50+ Speaking Gigs And Build A Movement

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    I often get get asked to explain about my speaking career and how I got started soI got one of my good friends and Thought leader coach, Amanda Rivera to interview me in our Facebook group. I talk about how it all started with several moments of pain growing up and ultimately deciding to be vulnerable enough to tell my story and create a community. Hope you enjoy it! Remember, great leaders are great communicators. if a leader can't get a message across clearly and motivate others to act on it, then having a message doesn't even matter. Catch the episode here or below. And be sure to check out our Facebook group here. 

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    322: The Boomerang Principle with Lee Caraher

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    Today's Episode is with Lee Caraher. Lee Caraher is the CEO of Double Forte PR & Digital Marketing; an acclaimed communication strategist, she’s known for her practical solutions to big problems. Her company works with some of the top consumer and technology brands in the country. Lee’s the author of Millennials & Management based on her experience with failing and then succeeding at retaining Millennials.Her new book, The Boomerang Principle dives into how to inspire lifetime loyalty from your employees. Lee has a reputation for building cohesive, high producing teams who have fun together at the same time. We discuss the building blocks of personal branding, how to retain millennial employees and how to stand out in a crowded world. Resources Mentioned In The EpisodeThought Leader Academy: https://www.thoughtleaderprogram.com/courses/thoughtleaderacademyThe Boomerang Principle: Inspire Lifetime Loyalty from Your Employees: https://www.amazon.com/Boomerang-Principle-Inspire-Lifetime-Employees/dp/1629561681Lee's Personal Website: http://leecaraher.com/

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    321: How To Achieve Ego Free Leadership With Shayne Hughes

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    Today's episode is with Shayne Hughes and we talk about Ego. He believes that ego is single-handedly working sabotage our businesses every day. His expertise in creating cultures of open communication and collaboration has lead to substantial improvements in organizational and personal performance for such clients as Fairchild Semiconductor, NASA, Sandia National Laboratories, Shell Oil, and Encore Capital. He is also experienced in the complex dynamics of family businesses. Shayne and I discuss his new book Ego Free Leadership and ways to end the unconscious habits that can hijack businesses. I love the unique style this book is structured as it’s told from “two lively first-person perspectives.” The stories, all true, are woven quite effectively to help illustrate each of the authors’ points. If you’re looking to break some bad and unconscious leadership habits, it's definitely a book you should check out!Resources Mentioned In The Episode:Thought Leader Academy: https://www.thoughtleaderprogram.com/courses/thoughtleaderacademyWebsite: http://www.egofreeleadership.com/Ego Free Leadership: Ending the Unconscious Habits that Hijack Your Business: https://www.amazon.com/Ego-Free-Leadership-Unconscious-Business/dp/1626343799/

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  • 01:10:13

    320: The Business of Expertise With David C. Baker

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    Today's interview is with David C. Baker. David is an entrepreneurial adviser and speaker who teaches us how to make a global impact through thought leadership and how to turn your competitors into an asset. He grew up with a tribe of Mayan Indians in a remote village in Guatemala and has worked and lived all over the world before finally settling down in Nashville, TN. He is also a regular speaker not only for TEDx, but for Harvard, Adobe, and other international conferences. His fifth book, The Business Of Expertise: How Entrepreneurial Experts Convert Insight To Impact + Wealth teaches entrepreneurs how to elevate themselves and the world.David grew up with a tribe of Mayan Indians in a remote village in the highlands of Guatemala. He's a helicopter and airplane pilot, an avid photographer, and taught high performance motorcycle riding/racing. Based in Nashville, he has visited and worked all over the world. He is married, has two boys, two daughters-in-law, and multiple grandchildren.David and I talk about the following in the episode:How to generate thought leadership that will set you apartHow to test positioning for your practice or firm?How to develop deeper expertise?How to attract a following in the marketplace?How to use pattern recognition in your practice, monetize it and turn that into intellectual property?Resources Mentioned In The Episode:Thought Leader Academy: https://www.thoughtleaderprogram.com/courses/thoughtleaderacademyThe Business Of Expertise: How Entrepreneurial Experts Convert Insight To Impact + Wealth: https://www.amazon.com/Business-Expertise-Entrepreneurial-Experts-Convert/dp/1605440604The Business of Expertise Website: https://www.expertise.is

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    319: Grow Your Psychological Capital with Dr. Perpetua Neo

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    Today's interview is with the amazing Dr Perpetua Neo. Dr. Neo sorts out these blocks quickly and deeply— the Big Three of busy minds, toxic relationships and panic attacks, that most ignore. People come to her frustrated by how motivational seminars, self-help and meditation aren’t working. Dr Neo supports them to heal deeply first, because a tree can only soar as high as its roots are deep. Blending neuroscience/psychology and ancient wisdom, her once-overworked and perfectionist clients are charmed by how they start to love and respect themselves. So they not only look like they have it all, they feel and know that they have it all.Dr Neo’s also been spotlighted as an international expert on Forbes, Business Insider and ELLE, amongst others. She writes for The Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen and Thrive Global. Her work has been translated into 21 languages.Resources Mentioned In The Episode:Thought Leader Academy: https://www.thoughtleaderprogram.com/courses/thoughtleaderacademyDr. Neo's website: http://www.perpetuaneo.com/

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  • 00:50:48

    318: From Rock Bottom To Igniting A Global Personal Development Revolution With Meiyoko Taylor

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    Today's episode is with Meiyoko Taylor. In our world today, there are so many people currently living a life this not in alignment with their passion or purpose. They want to journey into a better life for themselves but they have no clue on where to begin. Meiyoko was one of them. After working at a job that made him miserable, financial hardships, an unhealthy relationship of 7 years, and declining health, he officially hit rock bottom. He knew something had to change. His quest for fulfillment, and happiness resulted in reading over 175 books, a catalog of over 300 audio cds/podcasts, and attending many workshops on Personal Development. He discovered the secret, he realized that your current state in life is a manifestation of your belief system. Success must first start from within. In order to institute this change, he had to re-wire his mindset and his emotions. This discovery allowed him to become successful in many areas of my life. Today he is a best-selling author, entrepreneur, and one of the top personal development coaches. He has been blessed to work with corporate professionals, CEOs, entrepreneurs, public figures, celebrities, and industry leaders improving their lives with the same principles that have given him massive success. He is someone that puts the “personal” back in personal development.In this episode we discuss how to break free of the fear, limiting beliefs, lack of self-confidence and comfort zones that keep people from unleashing their true potential. We also discuss: How To Find Your AMAZING 5 Steps To Transform Your Life The #1 Reason Why Most Entrepreneurs Fail In BusinessResources Mentioned In The Episode Thought Leader Academy: https://www.thoughtleaderprogram.com/courses/thought-leader-academyNext-Generation Thought Leaders Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thoughtleaderchallenge/?ref=nf_target&fref=nfMeiyoko Taylor's Website: http://www.meiyokotaylor.com/Meiyoko Taylor's eBook: https://mailchi.mp/meiyokotaylor/habitude-e-bookMeiyoko Taylor's Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-art-of-winning/id1287572670?mt=2

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  • 00:48:49

    317: How To Stop Sending Annoying Cold Emails With Ryan O'Donnell

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    Today's interview is with Ryan O’Donnell. Ryan is the Co-Founder/CEO ​of two tech platforms used by thousands of companies, both large and small, for generating a consistent sales pipeline. SellHack is a Chrome browser extension to build targeted prospect lists and Replyify automatically sends out your cold emails so you’ll never forget to follow-up again.He is a growth marketer obsessed with helping sales professionals and business owners sell like a robot while still sounding like a human. Ryan implements the software platforms he’s built to consistently generate over $1M in revenue.After a quick stint on Wall St. where he cut his teeth making 500 calls a day as a broker, Ryan saw the opportunity in technology and has been building Internet businesses for the last 10 years. He is the former CEO of Sociagram and a Yahoo alum after a $680 million dollar acquisition of Right Media. We discuss:His entrepreneurship backgroundThe psychology behind sales emailsWhat he learned about himself from working abroadHow to stop sending annoying cold emailsResources Mentioned In The EpisodeSellHack: http://sellhack.comReplyify: http://replyify.com/

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  • 00:47:32

    316: Turning Credit Card Points Into Purpose With Stephen Garten

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    Today's interview is with Stephen Garten. He is doing something really unique with his company Charity Charge. With his company, they produce a card that steers 1 percent of all purchases to nonprofits of the customer's choice. The Charity Charge MasterCard issued by Commerce Bank is not limited to a single organization or cause — as with “affinity” cards — and there is no donation-processing fee, so recipient groups get the entire cash-back bonus. Consumers choose target charities when they sign up for the card and can change them at any time.According to Garten, he just wants to make doing good part of the routine of everyday living and i'll say he's doing a great job at it. Currently, in the United States of America, 200 million credit cardholders are better at accruing rewards than spending them. It has been reported that people are sitting on a whopping $16 billion worth of unused rewards points. Apparently, what motivates us to get cards in the first place isn’t the extras on offer. It’s the simple convenience of having plastic when we need it. If you’re someone who doesn’t care much about rewards, you might consider Charity Charge.In our Interview, we discuss:How Stephen got his start in EntrepreneurshipThe origins of Charity ChargeWhy he is so purpose filled ANDHis plans to make the world a better placeResources Mentioned In The EpisodeCharity Charge: https://www.charitycharge.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephengarten/ 

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  • 00:49:47

    315: You're The Content Not The Container With Donna Brown

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    Today's interview is with Donna Brown. Donna is a speaker, business mentor, creative and intuitive with over thirty years experience as a consultant in such diverse fields as fashion, interior and garden design, lifestyle, events, food service, publishing, tv, editorial projects, coaching and mentoring. With each client, whether foundation, entrepreneur or corporation, she provides long-term and profound visions of what they can become to truly fulfill their mission and purpose and with them creates the strategies and tactics to execute this vision.Her spiritual journey in Buddhist studies and her experience with corporate-based mindfulness have led her to realize her biggest successes in business stem from the combination of her spiritual practices, experience and strategy. It is this unique combination of business and awareness that represents the trend and shift for businesses of the future. Shifting the paradigms around business itself and her visionary strategy are the secret weapons she uses to unleash powerful entrepreneurs, corporations and foundations to help them create unique and profitable businesses with impact on a global scale.We speak on the following:Donna's story as an adult TCKHow she uses her DIFFERENCE to make a DIFFERENCE with her intuitivenessHow she helps people be better versions of themselvesWhat it means to be the content and NOT the containerResource Mentioned In The EpisodeDonna's Website: http://donnabrown.com/ 

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  • 00:49:46

    314: Scott Mautz Explains The 9 Anti-Muses that Prevent Joy at Work

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    Today's interview is with Scott Mautz. Scott Mautz is an award-winning keynote speaker, and the author of "Find the Fire - Ignite Your Inspiration - and Make Work Exciting Again". He's also author of "Make It Matter: How Managers Can Motivate by Creating Meaning" – a book that’s received many accolades including “The 2106 Leadership Book of the Year - First Runner Up”.He’s a Procter & Gamble veteran who successfully ran several of the company’s largest multi-billion dollar businesses, all while transforming organizational health scores along the way. He’s been named a “CEO Thought-leader” by The Chief Executives Guild and a "Top 50 Leadership Innovator" by Inc. Magazine, where he also writes a bi-weekly column for the national publication. Scott is an Adjunct Professor at Indiana University where he teaches others-oriented leadership and the secret to sustaining motivation.Scott’s also the CEO of Profound Performance LLC, a keynote and training company that helps you Work, Lead, & Live Fulfilled. He’s appeared in Harvard Business Review, Entrepreneur, and many other national publications and podcasts. Scott and I dive into the forces that drain our inspiration. We look at what it is exactly that causes that drain in the first place. According to Scott, understanding that in the first place is the key to restoring that “naturally occurring” inspiration we felt when we first started in our jobs.Resources Mentioned In This EpisodeFind the Fire - Ignite Your Inspiration - and Make Work Exciting Again: https://www.amazon.com/Find-Fire-Ignite-Inspiration--Exciting/dp/0814438229/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8Make It Matter: How Managers Can Motivate by Creating Meaning: https://www.amazon.com/Make-Matter-Managers-Motivate-Creating/dp/081443617X/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8I Left My Corporate Job--and These 8 Things Became Clear article: https://www.inc.com/scott-mautz/i-left-my-corporate-job-and-these-8-things-became-clear.html

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  • 00:55:27

    313: Finding Equality And Opportunity In The Periphery with Mike Silberg

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    Today's interview is with Mike Silberg. For the last 6 years, Mike has been working around Israel building High-Tech communities. He worked as a consultant at KPMG, he has built the Economic Growth Department at OR Movement, a large NPO, working on creating economic growth in peripheral areas in Israel. He launched and managed the Wework in Beer-Sheva (a small city in the Israeli Desert that is marked today as one of the future Cyber Innovation Capitals of the world) and in the last year he has been the Business Development and Community Director at Brooks-Keret, one of the largest Financial Management providers for startups in Israel and lead them, into working in Beer-Sheva. in his "free time", he is a lecturer at the Interdicplantary Center in Herzliya teaching students about Regional Business Development while they create strategic plans and assist MNCs to find opportunities in the Israeli periphery. Just this week he announced he is joining forces with Oren Simanian, the founder of Start TAU and TAU innovation, Tel Aviv University's entrepreneurial cluster and one of the first startup communities in Israel.Together they are building an international Innovation Community agency building bridges and exporting Israeli innovation and methodologies to drive entrepreneurship aiming to make the world a more sustainable place and providing entrepreneurial opportunities to all. 

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  • 00:50:43

    312: Tsedal Neeley On The Language of Global Success

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    For nearly three decades, English has been the lingua franca of cross-border organizations, yet studies on corporate language strategies and their importance for globalization have been scarce. In her new book, The Language of Global Success, my guest today Tsedal Neeley provides an in-depth look at a single organization—the high-tech giant Rakuten—in the five years following its English lingua franca mandate. Neeley's behind-the-scenes account explores how language shapes the ways in which employees who work in global organizations communicate and negotiate linguistic and cultural differences. We discuss the following:Her new book: The Language of Global Success: How a Common Tongue Transforms Multinational OrganizationsHow to bring together a team whose members are geographically and culturally dispersed?How organizations can become more globalized How to overcome the challenges of cross-cultural communicationWhat about facilitating dialogue amongst individuals from people who fundamentally hold different values from youThe attitudes and behaviors that are necessary to make a successful global employeeWhat went into her TEDx Talk: Why Global Success Depends on Treating Language And Culture SeparatelyResources Mentioned In This EpisodeWebsite: http://www.tsedal.com/Tsedal's Book: The Language of Global Success: How a Common Tongue Transforms Multinational Organizations: https://www.amazon.com/Language-Global-Success-Multinational-Organizations/dp/0691175373Tsedal's TEDx Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8VoxpR08Vg&t=744s

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  • 00:37:24

    311: Creating A Movement Uniting Entrepreneurs to Expand and Inspire with Ash Kumra

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    Today's interview is with Ash Kumra. He is the founder of Youngry: Youngry creates high-end viral content combined with a unique Mentorship App that provides bold yet easy to understand solutions on how to become a successful entrepreneur. We have now developed a 360 degree evolution track for new-age entrepreneurs to reach success and then provide Mentorship to the next generation of entrepreneurs.Ash is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, public speaker and talk show host. He has been recognized twice by the White House as an entrepreneur making an impact. We discuss what led to his current project is Youngry.com, his entrepreneurship background and his debut on Sony’s new business show, MEET THE DRAPERS. Stay tuned!Resources Mentioned In The EpisodeYoungry: https://youngry.com/TV Show: https://republic.co/youngry

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  • 00:52:43

    310: How To Bootstrap Your Way To Success With Stefan Pretty

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    Today's episode is with Stefan Pretty. He is an internet tech entrepreneur from Scotland with specialities in strategy, online inbound marketing, product, business development, UI design, backend development and subscription ecommerce. He made his first website at 12 years old and continued to develop those skills and teach himself design and coding. While he attended University of Glasgow to study Civil Engineering, he had side projects including:Unleashed: Student Pub Crawls for local students.YoudGetIt.com: An anonymous dating website which gained 200,000 visits in less than 2 weeks without any marketing spend.SocialWhispers.com: Social referral marketing tool where users can swap Facebook and Twitter posts for free content.He left university to pursue Pretty Klicks (PK) full time, eventually moving to Edinburgh where he grew PK by 400% within 1 year. He now works on Subbly full time as the CEO. Subbly has been mentioned on Product Hunt, Entrepreneur.com, Wired.com, USA Today, NPR and more. We talk about:His background story as a Scotsman in the U.SBootstrapping - doing more with lessIdeas vs execution - ideas are cheap, execution is the key and expensive partThe perception of effort versus successHow to set up and run an amazing remote teamHow Subbly is revolutionizing the subscription businessThe realities of being a 20 something entrepreneurResources Mentioned In The EpisodeSubbly Website: http://www.subbly.co/Effort Vs. Success Blog: https://m.stefanpretty.com/the-perception-of-effort-vs-success-is-sickeningly-wrong-reality-check-time-9aaaf3bf83e5?source=linkShare-5bcc6c99e7d9-1509474134Guide To Starting A Subscription Business: http://www.subbly.co/blog/start-a-subscription-box-business/Personal Website: https://www.stefanpretty.com/

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    309: How To Give Yourself Permission To Leap With Bri Seeley

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    Today's interview is with Bri Seeley. She supports women around the world by helping them bring their visions to life. Bri is motivated by a deeply-held belief that every woman deserves to live a life that inspires her, and her work reflects this deep remembering that our desires are ultimately inevitable.Through her signature 6-month training Permission to Leap (plus best-selling book + podcast by the same name!) she will guide you through the process of leaping from the day you commit to your vision, all the way through each stage, up until the day you land softly on the other side of it all.A catalyst, speaker, and best-selling author, Bri is a regular contributor for The Huffington Post and Influencive and is known around the world for her compassionate, yet tell-it-like-it-is guidance that creates massive and epic changes in every woman she encounters. We discuss what has happened since she was last on the podcast and the incredible transformation she has experienced.Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Permission to Leap: The Six-Phase Journey to Bring Your Vision to Life: https://www.amazon.com/Permission-Leap-Six-Phase-Journey-Vision-ebook/dp/B076QSTQTM/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8Website: https://www.briseeley.com/Discount Link: bit.ly/readp2l

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    308: Dispelling the Myth of the Starving Artist and Steps to Thriving as a Creative with Jeff Goins

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    Today's interview is with marketing expert, best selling author and creative thinker Jeff Goins. Jeff presents a set of twelve easy-to-follow rules for artists to live by that translate artistic success to business success in his new book, Real Artists Don’t Starve: Timeless Strategies for Thriving in the New Creative Age.A sought-after keynote speaker with a reputation for challenging the status quo, in three years, Goins built a million-dollar business, published four books, and became an online marketing expert, using his skills in writing and business to help others [millenials] succeed. He is the author of four books, including The Art of Work, which landed on the bestseller lists of USA Today, Publisher’s Weekly, and The Washington Post.    We had an informative and intellectual discussion and Goins spoke on several topics including:Marketing, partnerships and the importance of collaborating for the sake of creativityHow success in business and in life flow from a healthy exercise of creativityHow to make a living off being a writer and artistWhy Goins believes all great artists steal before they can createThe general topic of entrepreneurism and managing a business Resources Mentioned In The EpisodeReal Artists Don’t Starve: Timeless Strategies for Thriving in the New Creative Age: https://www.amazon.com/Real-Artists-Dont-Starve-Strategies/dp/0718086260Website: https://goinswriter.com/ 

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  • 00:47:44

    307: Small Business Loans Made Easy With Meredith Wood

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    Today's interview is with Meredith Wood. Meredith is the Head of Content and Editor-in-Chief at Fundera, an online marketplace for small business loans. Prior to Fundera, Meredith was the CCO at Funding Gates. The content team which Meredith runs is Fundera's largest and most reliable customer acquisition channel. She has built Fundera's blog into the most heavily-trafficked blog on small business finance in the country, and has secured content partnerships with over 40 sites including Inc, Entrepreneur, and HuffPost.We talk about:What Fundera doesHer background and how she developed as an female entrepreneurThe different types of loans and why loans aren't always badWhy content should never be overlooked in a business.Resource Mentioned In This EpisodeFundera Website: https://www.fundera.com/

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