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Humanly Possible Podcast

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On this episode of Humanly Possible, Bryan Kramer and I talk about how, when I was burned out and frustrated, I shifted the language I used to talk to myself, reconnected with who I am and what I wanted, and how that paved the way for my new endeavor; coaching successful entrepreneurs and senior executives to live wildly fulfilling lives.

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Forbes: 14 Ways Coaches Can Maintain Industry Expertise In Changing Times

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Coaches who are experts in their respective fields will find it easier to attract clients than those who haven’t yet established themselves as leading authorities in their space. However, expertise isn’t static—it’s something that must be nurtured to grow as trends and best practices come and go.

Follow Industry Credentialing Bodies And Disrupters
“Diversification is critical in staying abreast of an industry such as coaching, which is still emerging, rapidly expanding on a global level, and without licensure. To that end, I follow international credentialing bodies (such as the International Coaching Foundation and the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, both industry stalwarts) and disrupters (such as Michael Bungay Stanier, Rich Litvin, Dorie Clark, Whitney Johnson, David Goldsmith, David B. Peterson, Nir Eyal and others). I also attend events such as WBECS each year.”

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Forbes: 16 Lessons Learned That Coaches Can Adapt And Use In Their Own Practices

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The best way for any professional to evolve and advance in their industry is to keep an open mind and learn from others. Whether you’re keeping an eye on seasoned coaches who have been in the field for decades or new coaches with innovative visions, if you are a coach, there’s a lot to learn from watching others in your space.

Separate Working ‘In’ The Business From Working ‘On’ It
“In my very first training back in 2008, I learned to separate working “in” the business from working “on” the business. From that day forward, I’ve stacked my client sessions, enrollment sessions and meetings on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. I reserve Monday and Friday for working “on” the business—financials, marketing, expansion and so on—and that is how I have grown my business every single year since I started.”

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Right Place, Right Now Podcast

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Change your mindset and you will change your life!

During this interview I unpack with Travis Field and Brendan Johnson, hosts of the Right Place, Right Now podcast, the significance of the stories we tell ourselves and how those stories impact our actions and ultimately our results. “The lens through which we see the world colors and changes the way we experience things.”

How do we change our mindset to get the results we want?

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Trauma Hiders Club Podcast: Rewriting Unwritten Rules

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I am fascinated by the unwritten rules that shape how we live, think, and show up in the world and for each other. On the Trauma Hiders Club Podcast, Karen Goldfinger Baker and I hashed out how much more time, energy, effort, and attention it requires to conform to these unwritten, and often restrictive rules rather than going after the changes we want in our lives. There is this cultural stain around the word “easy,” we feel like if something isn’t hard then it must be false. My life’s work is to help people dig deep into unwritten rules and rewrite them with attention and intention so that we can live into our own magnificence.

“We act in the fear that not belonging means death, so we conform ourselves—that’s the unwritten rule of all unwritten rules and the lie of all lies.” – David Taylor-Klaus

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The Thought Leader Podcast

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In this episode of the The Thought Leader podcast, I share how I got started in coaching, what makes me unique, and why I stand behind the idea of what real coaching is. I discuss how the market is filled with wannabes and charlatans because of the lack of licensing requirements in the coaching industry.

Listen to hear why I disagree with the hustle and grind culture and his thoughts on using money to measure success.
The Thought Leader podcast is hosted by Dr. Kent Gustavson and Randy Baker.

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Forbes: 12 Mistakes Marketers Commonly Make In Corporate Social Ad Strategies

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Much of marketing comes down to a complex and creative science these days. With countless elements, directions, goals and possible eventualities for corporations to consider when creating a strategy to reach an audience via social media, even internal marketing teams with many years of expertise can make mistakes.

Not Hiring For The Skills You Need
“Hire for the skills you need to develop and execute a social ad strategy. Either outsource to an agency or bring the person in-house. Stop hacking. Hire for the skills you haven’t mastered!”

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Forbes: 14 Resources For Aspiring Entrepreneurs With Zero Business Experience

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Just because someone has a great business idea doesn’t mean they will know how to execute it. Many aspiring entrepreneurs lack a background in business and have no experience starting and running a company. Fortunately, there are a lot of resources available today to help guide inexperienced up-and-comers in the right direction.

The E-Myth Revisited (Michael E. Gerber)
“Any beginner entrepreneur should read The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber. In fact, I recommend this book to established entrepreneurs as well. The E-Myth Revisited teaches us how to build systems and processes into our companies as if we were going to franchise (even if we never will) so that the systems run the business and the people run the systems. This is the No. 1 one resource for avoiding or ending entrepreneurial burnout!”

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Forbes: 13 Ways To Maintain Long-Term Momentum With DEI Initiatives

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Companywide activities and events can be great ways to get everyone involved in diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives. While these events do spread awareness and can be helpful catalysts for change, as time goes by, employees can easily forget how to implement everything they learned.

Get Participants’ Buy-In During The Event
“Focusing on this after the event is too late! Ask the participants during the event or activity how they want to bring this forward, maintain momentum and measure the impact and effectiveness. Get them to create the structure and get their buy-in. Plan with them; don’t try and be prescriptive after the fact.”

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