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The Power of Community with Michael Woodward

Continuing our series on 'The Power of' we dive into The Power of Community. Community is significant for the success of ideas and dreams. But what is community, why is it powerful, and who makes up the community that drive our ideas and dreams forward. In today's episode we dive deep into community.

The Power of Adventure with Michael Woodward

Have you ever felt stuck in your life's routine? Do you feel like you are playing it safe and not taking the risks to move your dreams and ideas forward? You might need The Power of Adventure back in your life. In the last few weeks we've discussed 'The Power of Boredom' and 'The Power of Wonder'. On today's episode we chat about 'The Power of Adventure'. Many of us choose to life the safe and comfortable life instead of stepping into the life we were designed to live. Our lives feel small and insignificant. One tool that you can use to step into the unknown and overcome the fears is The Power of Adventure.

The Power of Identity with Rock Thomas

How do we step into our fullness? By finding our true identity. Rock Thomas believes that you can rewire and reprogram your thinking about yourself and begin to create the version of yourself you want to truly be. In today's episode he shares how you can reframe bad things into new possibilities. Your bad situations can become the resources to create a better future. It's time to live big and unlock the power of true identity.

How to succeed in business with Jim Beach

Have you ever wondered how to succeed in business? Jim Beach has both lived and taught the lifestyle of entrepreneurship. He thinks that creativity, risk, and passion are killing the potential new entrepreneurs. He shares how you can move past creativity, risk, and passion an open new doors to find success in what you do. We also discuss how being a contrarian can help you see the hidden potential to get the competitive edge over your competition.

Being a Born Entrepreneur with Steve Olsher

Many entrepreneurs tell you the success and highlight stories about their journey but won't really open up about their journey to their success. Entrepreneurship is often a hard and lonely journey. Steve Olsher has built many successful businesses, podcasts, and authored a best selling book but his transparency in how to build success is what many love about him. In today's episode we explore the many peaks and valleys of entrepreneurship. In the episode we also talk about: New Media (what it is and how you can leverage it), Podcasting, being a 'born entrepreneur', online marketing and your reputation, and much more.

Idea Camps with Michael Woodward

Have you ever had an idea or dream but kept putting it off? Maybe you felt that the dream was to big or that you didn't have the resources to pull it off. Maybe your hangup was fear of failure or even success. No matter the reason many of us never take the steps to make our dreams a reality. We are waiting for 'one day.' That perfect day when everything is right to make those dreams a reality.

Navigating the Transitions of Ideas and Dreams with Michael Woodward

Have you ever been stuck in the transition of the past and the future? The life you are living now no longer fulfills your created purpose. You see the next dream and idea, but you don't know how to navigate the transition. Having one foot in the past and one in the future is a difficult tension to reconcile. Both the old life and the new dream suffer and neither flourish. So how do you make the pivot from the past and into the future?

Connecting to your audience with Bonnie Bruderer

In a noisy world it's becoming harder to connect with your audience. Your message and story is being lost in the clutter of all the content. So how do you stand out in a noisy world? How can you find your tribe and connect with them? Bonnie Bruderer is changing the game by creating a platform to connect directly to your audience and cut through the noise.

Look Back to Move Forward with Michael Woodward

Our lives are often defined by our pasts. We have to 'look back to move forward.' But what is it about our past that sets us up for the future. How can we grow and learn from our past? Over the last few years I have had the words 'look back to move forward' on my mind. For a long time I had no idea what that meant or why it was important. As I learned more from my past, I found that it taught me a lot about the future that I was creating.