“You're never going to have the perfect team. You're never going to be the perfect manager, you're never going to have a perfect business...what matters is how we treat ourselves and how we treat the people around us as we make those mistakes so that we can become better and better all the time.” - Breanne Dyck
You have the power to build your dream team and it doesn’t have to be a perfect team. Perfect doesn’t need learning and growth and it’s definitely not a place for a visionary like you. Today, CEO Breanne Dyck joins the platform to share how to build the team that you want. She also shares some values and skills that a good leader must have to keep the team going and scale the business at the same time. Whether you’re new in business or a seasoned executive, you are worthy to feel the fruits of your success and deviate from the day-to-day stress of being in authority. Tune in and learn how to structure your business to get the results you want with a team of experts in a healthy work environment.
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As a child, Monte Wyatt was recognized by family members as being a leader, and through his education and career has been influencing others to become better leaders, themselves.
Listen as Monte and Kim chat about the importance of focus and priorities, staying in our genius zone, abundant vs. scarcity thinking, mindset and more!
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp640.
As a teenager, Marc Guberti's mother suggested he create a blog to stay occupied. What nobody could have expected was that Marc's blog helped Marc become a multi-faceted, multi-passionate entrepreneur who, within a decade, has written over 20 books, hosted three podcasts, amassed a surprisingly large audience on social media AND developed multiple streams of income.
Listen as Marc and Kim Sutton chat about how Marc chooses his projects, how he maintains focus, the definition of good marketing, Chronic Idea Disorder, the quirks of being a multi-passionate entrepreneur and more.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp639.
Hope Zvara was at a business mixer in her town when a conversation with a stranger took an unexpected turn and changed Hope’s future.
Listen as Hope and Kim Sutton chat about entrepreneurship, self-care, action, work-life balance and more!
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp638.
Nathan Hirsch became an entrepreneur in college when he opened a bookstore selling college textbooks. After receiving a cease and desist letter from his university due to his overwhelming success, he ventured into unknown territories where he experienced surprising results.
Listen as Nathan and Kim Sutton chat about outsourcing, finding creative solutions as entrepreneurs, the need for systems and processes in our businesses and more!
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp637.
Do you consider yourself to be a people pleaser, over-achiever, and/or not-rock-the-boater? Is saying “yes” a knee jerk reaction which you regret as soon as the words leave your mouth? If you resonate with any of the aforementioned, this episode is for you!
Nancy Levin was the Events Director at Hay House for 12 years but it wasn’t until she went through she went through a crisis that the lessons she learned from the great minds she worked with really landed with her.
Listen as Nancy and Kim Sutton chat about boundaries, mindset, confidence, perfectionism and more!
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp636.
Which seat are you sitting in on your airplane of life?
Are you sitting in the middle seat and allowing the circumstances of life to control life? Or are you sitting in first class, enjoying the best conditions possible?
Think about it!
Mesmerized by the presence of American icons, Rachael Jayne Groover moved from Australia to the United States to create a more abundant life. And that she did! Rachael Jayne created the Art of Feminine Presence, and over the past 10+ years has impacted the lives and businesses of tens of thousands around the globe.
Listen as Rachael Jayne and Kim Sutton discuss the importance of getting out of our head and allowing ourselves to share our mission, vision and values in confidence.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp633.
JoAnne Funch has been an entrepreneur since 1996. After relocating cross-country in 2007 following the death of her husband, JoAnne felt the need to meet people and determine her new path. Today she is a LinkedIn expert and the Chief Connection Officer of LinkedIn for Business.
Hear about the good, bad and ugly ways you can use LinkedIn to build your business as JoAnne and Kim Sutton share real-life examples.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp632.
Following her careers in the military as well as in medical field working with executive leadership teams, Sue Salvemini took a step back to explore her values and purpose. Today Sue is the founder of Focal Pointe Consulting Group, where she works with executives and professionals who don’t feel like they make a difference.
Listen as Sue and Kim Sutton get raw and real in a conversation about gratitude, life's struggles, making a difference, following our passion and purpose and much more.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp631.
As the oldest in his family, Rocky put himself through college by working at UPS. To his father’s urging, Rocky implemented a “yes and thank you” practice, and spent 30+ years with the company before retiring.
Retirement, however, wasn’t for Rocky, and together with a few (former) UPS colleagues, he founded 3Sixty Management Services.
Join Rocky and Kim Sutton as they chat about putting our faith in our people, process improvements, overcoming fear and much more!
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp630.
As crazy busy as an entrepreneur’s life may feel, time is never an excuse for not taking care of ourselves.
Today’s guest, Samantha Brody, is a naturopathic physician and acupuncturist from Portland, Oregon who also serves clients and community members as an online entrepreneur. In addition, she is the author of Overcoming Overwhelm: Dismantle Your Stress From the Inside Out, which was published by SoundsTrue.
In this episode, Kim Sutton and Samantha share the importance of addressing our personal needs, and the consequences of ignoring them.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp629.
Born and raised in New Zealand to a Canadian mother, Nathan grew his wings flying many intercontinental flights. Through his experiences with the pilots in air, Nathan discovered his love for flying and piloted for his first time at age 12.
Listen to hear how Nathan transitioned from a successful career as an airline pilot to entrepreneurship and coaching — and why!
Kim Sutton and Nathan Seaward dive deep into over-committing, quality vs. quantity, scarcity mindset, comparison syndrome, the stress of entrepreneurship and more!
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp628.
Your mind can never return to the level of thought that it previously engaged in when you expanded by exposing it to a new way of thinking. ~ Glenn Garnes
How are you building your business? From your heart or your wallet? And, are you building your reputation from a place of giving or getting? Today’s episode will make you think hard about these points!
Glenn Garnes become an attorney to make his parents proud, but after realizing the money he was making wasn’t making him happy, closed his law practice. Today Glenn and his company focus on personal development, health and wellness and professional development. They specialize in helping people focus on their number one asset - themselves.
Listen as Kim Sutton and Glenn Garnes share how our businesses can be used to enrich lives — both our own and others’!
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp624.
As a child, Tim was anxious and fearful and had a dream of being/feeling safe as an adult. A psychology course in high school set him off on his entrepreneurial journey and he now empowers clients with the techniques to feel more safe, peaceful and prosperous.
Listen as Tim and Kim discuss self-awareness, change, mindset, their interpretations of success and more!
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp623.
Self-employed since 1992, Marie Elizabeth Mali is a relationship coach for creatives who found herself in a cycle of giving her work more time and attention than her significant others. Listen to hear how she created a business out of the lessons she needed most.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp622.
Have you ever wondered if you were doing the right thing? Have you wondered if you are on the correct life path or what your purpose of life is? In today's episode, Kim dives deep into conversation with David Adelson to discuss alignment, integrity, and the intersection of the two.
Get the show notes and transcription at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp619.
Millie Blackwell was born into an entrepreneurial family, and grew up on her family's apricot orchard. As she saw the family business evolve, she learned valuable life and business skills which impact her still today.
Listen as Kim Sutton and Millie Blackwell share an interesting conversation about fruit farming naming conventions, the idiosyncrasies of retail organizations, the plusses and minuses of Chronic Idea Disorder, and more!
Get the show notes and transcription at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp618.
What are the mental barriers getting in the way between you and achieving your vision? Are you focusing on too much? Doing too little? Making emotional decisions too quickly? Getting caught up in not-enoughness? If any of the above resonates, this episode is for you!
Join Donnie Boivin and Kim Sutton in a raw and real conversation about the good, bad and ugly sides of entrepreneurship and the coaching industry!
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp616.
After working for a thought leader for over 15 years, the thought leader retired and Lorianne lost her job. Corporate America didn’t have a place for her, so, at 60 years old, Lorianne started her business, LVS Consulting.
Today Lorianne works with speakers, authors and podcasters, helping them increase their online presence.
Listen as Lorianne and Kim Sutton share a friendly chat about team building, authentic audience growth, speaking vs. podcasting, entrepreneurship with a family and much more.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp615.
Ed Squire was sexually abused multiple times as a child, and for years he hid his story. After suffering a meltdown, he realized he could no longer stay silent.
Ed is the Founder of MeTooWhatNow, a non-profit focused on helping individuals thrive after life trauma.
Join Kim and Ed as they share their Faith, stories of resilience, and the importance of sharing our message and impacting the world through our experiences.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp614.
Michael Zipursky is a serial entrepreneur and started his first business out of high school. Through his 19+ years in business, he has started 5 companies, sold 2, and spent 10+ years coaching and training consultants on how to grow a successful consulting business. Today, Michael is the Co-Founder of Consulting Success.
Listen as Michael and Kim Sutton dive into the business practices and mindset of successful consultants and entrepreneurs.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp613.
Alexia Vernon won Miss Junior America at age 19, however it took years before she became comfortable on stage, representing her true self. Today, Alexia is an impactful speaking coach helping entrepreneurs embrace and express their true voice.
Listen as Alexia and Kim Sutton chat about the importance and potential impact of speaking your true voice, their first speaking experiences, the entrepreneurial mindsets of men as opposed to women, online course design and more.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp612.
The words you say, and how you say them, have the potential to change a person’s experience with you greatly. Simple words like, “thank you”, “just” and “no” have more power than you may think.
Want to know how to say more with less words? Listen as Kim Sutton and Greg Alcorn dig into every dialogue, and the slight shifts we can make to create a massive impact.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp611.
In the heat of the moment, it’s easy to push “send” or “post” rather than “think.”
On this episode of Positive Productivity, Kim Sutton chats with Kristin Johnson, the author of “Ain’t You Got No Manners?” about online etiquette.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp610.
Are you shaping your life? Or are you allowing outside people and circumstances to determine your yesses and purpose?
Aviv Shahar, Founder and President of Aviv Consulting, consultant to Fortune 100 and 500 companies and the host and author of Create New Futures, joins Kim for an amazingly deep and eye opening conversation which is guaranteed to change the way you look at your life and the opportunities in front of you.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://www.thekimsutton.com/pp609.