Sarah is a speaker, workshop facilitator, Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, musician and storyteller. Her clients are executives and teams committed to building relationships through improved communication, authentic connection, and curiosity, using storytelling as the foundation of her work. Her podcast, Your Stories Don’t Define You. How You Tell Them Will, is on iTunes, Spotify, and more. Sarah lives in Montana, enjoys being outdoors, and loves to cook and host guests, nourishing all who visit.
On this episode with Sarah Elkins: mistakes we make when we call people especially customer service, what we should do instead and what's up with "the smile is free"?
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Dennis Brown has built 3 multi-million dollar businesses during his 25 year career as an entrepreneur. He is the author of "The 7 Habits of Highly Successful LinkedIn Users" and has generated over $20 million in new business from LinkedIn and social selling. He is also the host of the Growth Experts podcast where he and his guest share growth stories, strategies and tools.
On this episode with Dennis Brown: mistakes you should avoid or correct on your LinkedIn profile, how to get inbound leads and do outreach to a target market.
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Three BIG Distractions to Avoid if You Really Want to Grow w/ Mark Struczewski (My episode on his show)
You get 24 hours to spend however you want, but how are you REALLY spending your 24 hours? Is reality different from the story you tell yourself? In this episode, I talk about scattered time and how to solve this issue.
Jac Julien is a reformed “organized mess”. She noticed how many entrepreneurs and business owners were simply running on the hamster wheel, chasing shiny objects, putting off today what they can do tomorrow (and those other clichés). Jac uses her experiences as a clinical psychologist and productivity expert to be help entrepreneurs dig their way out of productivity pitfalls so they experience the time, freedom and happiness they dreamed about when starting their business.
On this episode with Jac Julien: busy doing stuff doesn't mean you're being productive, introverts and extroverts, why Jac's New Years goals don't start on January 1st and summiting Mount Everest.
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Tommy’s purpose in life is to empower humans to live a life of significance. A life of significance is working in your zone of brilliance, obtaining financial freedom, and living a fulfilled life of meaning and balance. His work and legacy are to provide humans with the tools and skills to become the person they've always desired because he did it himself. Tommy is now a Featured Speaker, Leader, Coach, and successful entrepreneur.
On this episode with Tommy Breedlove: the incredible power of choice, it takes courage, you're not alone, why we have to master our thoughts, doing the hard work.
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Swearing seems to be everywhere today. Everyone is using vulgar language on social media, on podcasts and even on stages in front of thousands of people. Well, not everyone. I have chosen not to swear anywhere. It's not for religious reasons but because I respect you. The last thing I want to do is offend you with my words.
Marylou Tyler is a renowned sales process improvement expert, author, speaker and CEO of Strategic Pipeline. She has helped businesses like Apple, Bose and UPS consistently grow revenue by increasing their sales pipelines. Marylou's passion is helping B2B sales professionals advance sales conversations from cold to qualified opportunities.
On this episode with Marylou Tyler: salivation (uh, yeah), the inefficiency of multitasking, the many ways to use the Pomodoro Technique and how to habit stack.
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Cory spent 20 years in hospitality as a waiter and manager before starting ShedWool.com - an all-in-one web and mobile app used in the retail, medical, education and yes, hospitality industries. Cory has emerged as a top influnecer on LinkedIn, and has now co-founded Mentor You Global, a pay-it-forward consulting platform with Caroline Ferndanes, and is a mentor with The Founder Institute.
On this episode with Cory Warfield: instead of tooting your own horn, do this; why Cory created the ShedWool app and why we need to get real with ourselves.
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Yes, it IS possible to be productive and have a smartphone. But it requires you to step up and be the one in control instead of letting your smartphone be the boss.
There are countless benefits of smartphone technology and in this episode I talk about these AND I give you some suggestions to make your phone your ally.
Rachel S. Heslin is the author of Navigating Life: 8 Different Strategies to Guide Your Way. She has been immersed in the study of human psychology for over 35 years, and her work through her company, The Fullness of Your Power, helps people embrace all parts of themselves so they can live deeper, richer, and more fulfilling lives.
On this episode with Rachel Heslin: what you're guilty of if you spend your life doing what someone else wants you to and why you saying "should" should be replaced with another word.
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