Collaboration can take many forms. It could be with a business partner, coach, mentor, mastermind group, employees, family members, contractors, strategic partners...and the list goes on. Collaboration can be working with your team on a new project, bringing in a specialist to help you with a project or something deeper. At the basic level collaboration is the action of working with someone to produce or create something.
Starting an entrepreneurial journey can be overwhelming. There are so many things that you need to do. One of the areas that is often overlooked is the legal responsibilities of starting your entrepreneurial journey. What entity type should you be, how do I write a contract, copyrights, trademarks, and countless other questions are unknown to those chasing big ideas and dreams.
What does it take to build success? Jim Akers shares why community is the key to business success. You can not get where you want to go on your own. We were created for community. In entrepreneurship a trusted coach, mentor, and leader will help you on the journey. It's the support of each other and input that can drive us past fear, failure, and other obstacles to make our dreams real!
Jonny Hate Marketing and he shows you how you can have impact without all the work. One of the keys is to stop thinking about B2B and B2C and starting thinking in terms of Human to Human business.
Ever feel like you are living less then your 'Best Life Ever?' Kimi and Pua have built a company to help people and businesses to stop living a compromising life and start living the best life.
Do you ever wonder why your message isn't resonating? Maybe you haven't found your voice. Tracy Goodwin is an expert of helping individuals find their voice and share it with the world. She has worked with CEOs, leading Hollywood actors, entrepreneurs, and leading influencers. Maybe it's time to re-write your story and start being heard.
How do you learn how to be an entrepreneur? Terry Ogburn shares how he helps others on the journey of entrepreneurship. Terry also shares about his journey into entrepreneurship and business coaching. Other topics covered in this interview include: the long term value of a customer, seeing the missing pieces of your business, understanding your role in your business, how to successfully structure a business to run without you, empowering your team, and more.
What does it take to move past 'solopreneur'? Marc Mawhinney shares why this might be what is holding up your business from growing and what you can do to change it. We also discuss being a coach to coaches, finding a niche, supercharging your business, being a specialist and how to do it, positioning yourself as the expert, overcoming success comparison, standing out in a noisy world, and much more on today's episode.
Bri Seeley is a women’s life coach, author, and sought-after speaker with a mission to help women create a life that inspires them by turning their inner vision into their outer reality. She has been featured on the Today Show, Inc., Forbes, The Huffington Post, Influencive, and more.
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.
Alison Cardy shares her story of helping others find the right career leading them find fulfillment in life. This journey of discovery of the dream career needs the support of others. Their perspective can help you gain new perspective on things you may have been missing. Alison give us insight into how we can start this journey that will lead us to the career of our dreams. In the episode we learn how we can get unstuck, remove the obstacles, push past fear, and build momentum in our journey.
Alex J Moscow have overcome many obstacles on his journey to entrepreneurial success. Today he is known for his ability to help coaches and experts overcome their obstacles by changing their mindset and leading them to get out of their own way. He is now living a life influencing influencers. By removing the limits to your beliefs, the impossible is now possible. We also discuss failing forward, having fun in what you do, living the life you want to live, having a vision that inspires you, and so much more.
Vanessa Shaw is designing the business that will give her the life that she loves. In today's episode she shares how you can do the same thing with your business and how you can reconnect with your dreams and passions. Her specialty is the 'Zone of Genius'. She gives us insights into what the Zone of Genius is and how you can find your zone. Along the way you will learn how you can put the right team around you so that everyone is living to their full potential in their zone of genius too.
On today's episode Tim Fulton shares untaught lesson and realities of small business ownership. Tim has over 30 years helping small businesses achieve their vision. In the episode we discuss many important topics for small business owners and entrepreneurs including knowing your strengths and building a great team around you, seeing your blindspots as a business owner, why you need a visionary and a business integrator, the power of coaches / mentors and pier group, why business is personal, anticipating your business needs, letting go and delegating, hiring early, and finding and retaining good talent.
On today's episode we chat with Glenn Livingston. Glen shares his journey of overcoming obesity and his food prison. As a psychologist Glenn researched and studied different approaches with overcoming eating disorders. He has now taken his own experiences and research to help others overcome their problems with food so that they 'Never Binge Again'
On today's episode we chat with Dave Cornell. Dave shares his journey of overcoming fear and finding fulfillment. His story is filled with loss, hidden passions, and discovery. Dave shares how you can find your own voice by crafting a life of courage. Ultimately your passions and gifts don't go away, you just need the courage to step into them.
Most of us never take the time to face our fears. Leonard Kim thinks we should start with our fears and use those to drive us to greatness. Ultimately fear should drive us. In part one of our episode we discuss Facing and using your fears to direct you, overcoming failure, Personal branding, Overcoming startup failure, Ice cream, Becoming the expert and thought leader, Why Shortcuts are killing you, Defining Success, and so much more.
Do you ever wonder how you can become a dreamer or chase your big idea? It can feel overwhelming to know how to get started or take the next step. Today I share 10 tips on how you can become a dreamer.
Divya Parekh brings over 25 years of rich and varied experiences to her roles as a coach and a speaker. Her professional career includes positions as a university associate professor, scientist, biotechnology professional, and as a global business relationship and leadership coach. She merges her biopharmaceutical career with my extensive experience as a coach, author, consultant, and speaker. Her passion for coaching and the sincere desire to make a positive impact on people led her to develop effective evidence-based leadership and partnership programs.
On today's episode we talk to Ilan & Guy Ferdman. They are life coaches, entrepreneurs, podcasters, and speakers. Ilan and Guy are the founders of Satori Prime and hosts of the Have It All Podcast. The Have It All Podcast focuses on mastery in business, health, relationships, finances, and mind. They have been featured in Art of Charm, Huffington Post, Entrepreneur Magazine, Freedom Fast Lane, Superhuman Entrepreneur, and many other places. They are life long learners, visionaries, and relentless dreamers.
Topics in this episode: Personal development, Working with Family, Holistic life, Creating a movement, True motivation, Creating a vision, Reaction vs. creation, Living completely in, and so much more.
Bix and Joe Bickson have worked with leaders and their teams at Starbucks, Guinness, Lululemon, Escada, Goodyear, Microsoft, Linde, and many more. Bix and Joe teach legendary leaders to consistently produce material outcomes. They have reimagined management for today’s and more important, tomorrow’s world.
Future hacking is the management discipline that provides leaders with the essential tools required to push past what is in the way of creating and fulfilling the future. Bix and Joe have lead many “turn-arounds” of organizations ranging in size from 100 to over 10,000, with revenues of a few million dollars to over a billion.