Speaker, author and podcast host Nicole Phillips joins us today to teach us about the transformative power of kindness through her newest book, “The Negativity Remedy – Unlocking More Joy, Less Stress, and Better Relationships through Kindness.” Join us to find out how we can use kindness to overcome all of life’s difficulties!
If you own a business, there are seven reports you MUST run according to one of my business coaches, Clint Brown. Knowing these reports will put you more in charge and more in control of your business.
If you own a business, there are seven reports you MUST run according to one of my business coaches, Clint Brown. Coming out of a year like 2020, we business owners have had to shift and adjust so these are the things you should be running and reviewing weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly to feel more empowered in your decisions.
If you want to be productive, automation almost has to be a part of your process. Automation is the process of making a process or system operate automatically. Automating your systems helps tame the chaos you may feel when trying to do “all the things.”
Have you ever felt like you don’t belong? Felt like a fake, failure or fraud? That’s called imposter syndrome. My guest, Merritt Onsa, joins us to talk about this issue and what we can do to declare God’s victory over our lives and reclaim His purpose and passion for our lives!
When I think about “stories” I think of my guest, Jeremy Brown. He tells people’s stories with his business, Throne Publishing and StoryWay. Jeremy is back on the podcast to talk about how knowing your story helps you know your strength… and how this leads to where God is calling you next.
When you experience fear and uncertainty, do you put down your “roots” in fear? Or are you intentional about putting down roots into hope? Return guest, Rebecca Undem, joins me to talk through this subject and what it’s meant for her and her non-profit work.
At the start of each new year, I go on my annual retreat. I look forward to this time a ton! If you start this tradition as well, you’ll gain SO much momentum and head into the new year with clarity, focus and a renewed sense of purpose!
Normally January is about goal setting and looking ahead… but before we do that this year, I think we should all spend time reflecting on 2020. Ask yourself some important questions and really examine the past 12 months before you look forward and decide what you want for yourself, your family and your business in the new year.
We hear the word “intentional” a lot and I think this can (and should) be taught. This is something that’s come naturally to me, but I’ve developed ways to help me stay intentional and coach others on how to do this better in their lives.
I get asked all the time “How do you do it?” People are referring to how I am a wife, a mom, and business owner. One thing I do is break down my tasks and group them to help me get things done daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly and can teach you how! God didn’t create chaos… he created order and beauty. And YOU are one of his creations so you can achieve this in your life!
Anna Weinstein, wife of 10 years, mother of four (all under 4.5 years old), and owner of the White Poppy Boutique joins us to talk about how after multiple anxiety attacks and finally a stress-induced stroke, she made the decision to listen to her body and close her successful storefront in order to prioritize her health and her growing family.
My sister-in-law, Jenny Eggers, joins us to share about her difficult past and how working with horses has led her to the healing power of draper sensory method therapy. She has started an organization called 605 Roots where she has two therapy horses that provide opportunities to heal the brain and improve functionality.
Whether we own a business or not, we all want to succeed in life! My friend and business consultant, Lauren Forsch, is joining me to talk about how both the right mindset AND work through daily action are both needed to achieve your goals.
My beautiful Haitian friend, Laura Burns, is here to talk openly about race, her interracial marriage, her biracial children, growing up in the Midwest and her thoughts on the current state of racial tension in our world.
The world is going through a lot of change and many of us are “waking up” to more truths about ourselves, some of which we aren’t even aware of. Rebecca Weiner, owner of Heal with Hypnosis, joins us to discuss limiting beliefs and how they can sabotage our ability to live and love fully.
A lot of us have had our “where” changed recently with having to suddenly work from home (or homeschool) which means we are setting up our workspace wherever we can (hello, kitchen table). Maybe you’re a lucky one that has a home office or dedicated workspace, but do you love it? If not, listen in and let’s make our “where” as amazing as we are!
Taking good care of yourself (what I call your “Me System” in my book) has never been more important than during this season when things have been turned upside down and makes our world feel chaotic. I always recommend narrowing to one of the four systems and highly recommend starting with a foundation of self-care.
In these uncomfortable and unprecedented times, what can we as entrepreneurs and as people in general do to pivot our direction and not just survive, but thrive? Clint Brown, business advisor with Alluvio, joins me to give his advice on how to pivot in a crisis.
Are you ready to achieve extraordinary results? If so, get ready to put in some extraordinary effort because that’s what it takes (that, plus a lot of faith too). The work is SO worth it!
I want to talk about mistakes (or “learning experiences”) and how they can lead to something GREAT (like this podcast!). I want to be relatable and tell you EVERYTHING, the good and the bad, so you can learn and grow in your life and business.
From a small town in North Dakota, Rebecca Undem, a speaker, author and fellow podcaster, joins us to talk about how your zip code doesn’t have to define your life… we live in a big world! Don’t shrink your dreams to fit the size of the community you live in.
During this season, we’re all eating at home more than ever before and many of us struggle with our “food system” or how we feed our family. My guest, Alesha Berning, owner of Chaos to Calm and author of “Calm the Fork Down”, joins us to discuss the importance of meal planning and talk about the workbook she created that will help you master the art of meal planning, stay within your budget, plan for the next meal and stop wasting food!
Wanting to create an extra special graduation gift for her daughter, Tiffny Hagan had the idea to create an amazing, personalized memory book that is part journal, part scrapbook and the Happy Thought Book was born! The launch of these cherished living time capsules comes at a perfect time when we’re mourning the loss of graduation ceremonies and grasping for ways to properly recognize and honor the seniors in our lives!
If you find yourself with extra time for personal development, you’re needing to pivot your life and career during these uncertain times, or if you are a lover of making lists, THIS podcast is for you! Melissa Heckel, creator of the List with Purpose, joins us to share about this amazing product for helping you live with more intention, organize your ideas, see your goals come to life and live with purpose!