96. From Freelance to True Business Builder | with Lisa Cumes

Jul 10, 2020

If you are a freelancer — or if you dream of one day quitting your day job to start your own business — this episode is a must.

Lisa Cumes has gone on a journey that a lot of people dream of: she quit her day job, started working for herself, got so many clients that she had to start hiring, and now runs a six-figure online copywriting business called Simple Story Solutions.

But...

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95. First Step to Landing Your Ideal Job

Jul 08, 2020

There are a lot of people in transition right now, both by choice and by circumstance. That can be really scary, but it can also be an opportunity to pivot and position yourself towards something even better.

That positioning is really important, too! I see a lot of resumes, and I can tell you that most people aren’t positioning themselves very well. So, if you’re trying to figure...

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94. How to Find Aligned Partnerships | with Sandy Vo & Melissa Martin of Ladies Aligned

Jul 08, 2020

Chocolate and peanut butter, intention and manifestation, Sandy Vo and Melissa Martin: just a few great tastes that taste great when aligned together.

These two really do make a great pair, too, as co-founders of Ladies Aligned. Sandy is a modern-day spiritual teacher, conscious branding business strategist, and the host of PROSPEROUS. Melissa is an abundance coach, wealth mindset expert, and...

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93. Personal Version Control: Is The Best Version of You Showing Up?

Jul 01, 2020

In the first half of 2020 (that’s right, we’re only halfway through), just about everyone around the world had their lives disrupted to some degree. As a result, people had to create new habits and routines.

Now, as we start the second half of the year, I want you to take a moment and reflect on how you’ve been showing up over the last few months. Have you been showing up as...

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92. How to Build Up Your Confidence & Find Your Awesome | with Kelsey Abbott

Jun 26, 2020

Kelsey Abbott is a Confidence Coach, an Instigator of Joy, and the host of Find Your Awesome. She helps spiritual adventurers remember who they are and why they’re here so that they can uplevel with ease.

In episode 91, I talked about the concept of Woundology and why you need to master yourself before you can make the impact you want to see in the world, and this episode really builds on...

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91. Woundology: Where Do Your Decisions Stem From?

Jun 24, 2020

At my lowest points, I felt stuck. I was living in pain, and my cup was so empty that I couldn’t offer anything to anyone else. It took a lot of self-love, self-mastery, and support to climb out of that hole. And I was recently excited to stumble upon a name for that phenomenon in “Anatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing” by Caroline Myss.

In the book,...

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90. Leading AF: Forging a Path for Asian Entrepreneurs to Break the Bamboo Ceiling | with Julie Tran

Jun 19, 2020

Julie Tran is an entrepreneur on a mission to break the bamboo ceiling — and help other Asian women do the same. Julie is the founder of Leading AF, a community that develops driven Asian Females (AFs) into future leaders by dismantling deep cultural conditioning. This is done through coaching, live events, and sisterhood! 

She is a retired corporate executive in the commercial real...

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89. Stop Assuming, Stop Avoiding, & Start Asking

Jun 17, 2020

A few weeks ago, I invited all of you to text me your questions (917-540-5782). I’ve been trying to reply to all of your questions directly via text, and in this episode, I want to address one in particular:

As a leader, how can I connect better with my team?

I love this question. I am all about deep connection, and the first step to nurturing those important connections is realizing...

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88. Awaken to What’s Possible & Step into Who You’re Meant to Be | with Joanna Vargas

Jun 12, 2020

Joanna Vargas started her entrepreneurial journey when she was eleven years old. ELEVEN. And all the while, she was being told she was crazy. Even after she had graduated from college and started a dance studio, her parents told her she was crazy.

But Joanna wasn’t crazy when she was 11, she wasn’t crazy when she was 24, and she isn’t crazy now. This girl is just ridiculously...

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87. Managing Through Grief & Building Deeper Connections

Jun 10, 2020

I’ve been trying to figure out how to have a dialogue about what’s happening in the world today. There are a lot of discussions being had about police violence and racial justice — and you should absolutely seek those out and educate yourself if you have not lived through that experience — but I think I can better serve you by starting a discussion about grief and...

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