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Arthur Jones, a marketing consultant, shares his insights on how stories – both personal and professional – can help individuals and businesses develop their culture and brand. Listen in and learn how Art’s methods of story-listening, story-doing, and story-telling can guide you toward your own unique brand strategy.
Melanie Bundock is a coach and expert in helping people tap into their big vision and achieve the goals they set for themselves. Listen to this episode to add some new tools to your success kit.
This week I’m taking to the airwaves and opening up about my own struggles with persistence, especially when the voice of doubt fills my head. Listen in to hear my top two techniques for quieting that voice so you, too, can slay this self-defeating dragon.
Michael Bernardi, an actor of stage and screen, has a remarkable story of perseverance, good fortune, and financial devastation. Michael opens up about how the incredible miracle he experienced when he landed his dream role on Broadway …
Listening on purpose is the foundation of Motivational Listening and today’s guest Scott Smith is a master. Follow along as his family and work history come together to create a way of listening that moves his clients forward in their businesses.
Meeting up with Trivinia is like finding that really great friend from childhood with whom you’ve lost touch and then pick up right where you left off. When I met with her for the first time a few weeks ago it felt like I could ask anything.
From running a family owned business for 28 years to creating an online marketing-based business, John Kapos “Chocolate Johnny” shares how the power of live streaming video can positively affect both professional and personal relation
Julie Santiago’s professional life is an amazing array of enviable pursuits, but 2017 was a year that challenged Julie in the most personal of ways. Listen to how she survived unexpected and deeply emotional twists that 2017 dealt her with grace and get inspired by her sage advice for anyone going through difficult times.
Chris Edmonds, a corporate culture expert, an Amazon Best Selling Author, and a dedicated family man shares how his heart attack at 41 years old forever changed the direction of his life’s work and helped him focus on improving the culture in corporate workplaces. Chris shares the amazing things that can happen when we “keep living our values” in our businesses and in our personal lives