Energy is a broad term, isn’t it? Sometimes something so broad can be hard to understand. So, today’s episode is all about tuning into your energy with guest Rebecca Ahmed.
Brand equity is a big buzzword in the business world. Brands like Apple are highly recognizable not just for what they sell but also for what they stand for. Today, all businesses strive to have that type of impact with their brands.
Today’s guest is proof that you can have it all and you don’t have to wait. Mary D’Souza, Chief Investment Officer at Misha Investments, has built a very successful career and focuses her efforts on living her best life.
How does one go from med school to becoming a franchise consultant? My guest today is Kim Daly, a top consulting franchising expert and international bestselling co-author. She is also the creator of the Daly Plan, a millionaire mindset coaching program and the host of KimDaly.tv.
Have you ever woken up on a Monday and wondered why you’re doing what you’re doing? You dread the day and know there’s something better out there for you? Listen as Anne Benveniste shares how you can transform your career from something that looks good on paper to something that you truly love. Anne is […]
We all have strengths and weaknesses and those traits play a huge part in our leadership style. So, how do we figure out what our leadership style is? Ken Jacobs joins me to share his thoughts on the differences between coaching and consulting and why understanding yourself is the key to knowing your personal leadership style.
Wondering what the worst piece of business advice you could ever receive is? Per Sabrina Horn, it’s “fake it ‘til you make it.” Listen as she shares why that phrase is so damaging and what you should be doing instead to make it instead of fake it.
Naomi Shah started her career working at an investment firm. She spent her days weighing the risks and benefits of investing in various startups and making sure that those investments panned out. Listen as she shares how she went from investing in others to becoming the investment.
After spending 10 years as a stay-at-home mom, Corina Burton felt as if she’d lost a part of herself. She rejoined the workforce and created two businesses but they just didn’t seem to fit. She didn’t quit. She kept going. Now she is the founder and owner of multiple successful businesses and she’s sharing how she did it.
If you’ve been working at your business for a while and are thinking about scaling through bringing in investors, keep listening. Brett Hickey helps small business owners find the right investment partners. He’s sharing his knowledge and how he got started in this industry.