In 2010, I found myself in a miserable marriage, sleeping on the couch or even in my office (outside the home). Listen to hear how I met the man of my dreams, and if you're single, what I recommend you do to find your perfect mate.
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Eamon graduated from college with an engineering degree, however within a week of entering the workforce, he discovered he didn't want to be an engineer. After being introduced to the coaching industry he realized the path he was supposed to be on and set out on it.
Listen as we chat about the mistakes we've made in our businesses, relationship dynamics in life and business, the impact of a positive attitude, and more!
00:53 -- Eamon shares his career transition
07:34 -- "We all have our struggles, and the one that we're working on, is the one that we tend to - want share with the world the most" ~ Eamon Rooney
11:46 -- Eamon's thoughts about sharing VS. guiding in the coaching process
19:27 -- Eamon express his views on the "tedious" part of business
24:08 -- Eamon talks about his mentors
33:25 -- How does Eamon preserve his ideas?
39:28 -- Eamon talks about multiple tasks and how "discipline" help "focus"
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I think it's probably fair to say that we've all had someone (or someones) in our life who needs an attitude adjustment. But what do we do when that person is ourself? Listen to hear my thoughts!
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Jenna and her husband, Travis, are optometrists who realized they wanted to do more with their expertise. Listen as Jenna shares their journey, mission, and vision for the future!
9:15 Jenna talks about the mission of EyeLove
11:00 The value of curing preventable blindness
21:15 Jenna's vision for the next five years
22:52 Income vs. Income - words of advice
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During the early years of my business, I often felt dismissed and ignored as a result of little or no reaction to marketing efforts. Unbeknownst to me, I wasn't being ignored, however. I was invisible. Tune in to hear the difference and how you break out of invisibility and INTO making an impact!
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Carolyn was a senior trial attorney for Fortune 100 and 200 companies for over 20 years. Now she is an executive coach. Listen as we chat about authenticity, marketing, confidence and more!
2:45 Being truthful and sharing our struggles
5:20 We discuss public rants and the impact of what we post on social media
22:00 Frankensteining our business
31:00 Discussing the word "hustle"
34:00 Getting into our own power
50:50 Giving ourselves due credit
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Recently I coined the word, "Learningasms", and in this episode I share when I get them and how we, as entrepreneurs, need to act on the ones we have!
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Kimi and Pua are fitness trainers turned productivity coaches turned business coaches. Listen as we share a fun conversation about transparency, burn-out, following our passion, growing our online community and more!
04:30 Do-Be Do vs. Be-Do-Be
07:50 What makes entrepreneurs a bad-ass
09:50 Your vibe attracts your tribe
11:53 Our thoughts about the word "hustle"
27:20 How to find more time in your day to build your passion project
35:40 Our mess becomes our message
44:45 The balance entrepreneurs need to overcome anxiety and overwhelm
45:50 Tools we use to stay productive
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This morning I made a discovery in my house involving a mess.... under my couch. Listen to hear how this mess often carries into our businesses, and what we can do about it!
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"We're all unique, however, we're also very similar."
Sera was diagnosed with a rare abdominal tumor at age 26, and experienced the roller coaster of life follow. Listen to hear how her health scare transformed her life for the better!
05:38 Pulling back the layers of the onion - We discuss the transitions -- external and internal -- that come out of major life changes
13:30 Sera's practice of asking, listening and then action
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In this super-quick episode, I'm looking for your feedback! Tune in to hear what on!
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"Always remember: The process is the result."
Rob was an aspiring actor who moved to Los Angeles with the intention of advancing his acting career. To supplement his income, he became a personal trainer - and loved it! Listen as Rob and I chat about his journey, real estate, finance, health and more!
10:15 Advice Rob received from his financial advisor
15:30 Buying real estate as an entrepreneur
22:30 Airbnb - How Rob and his wife cover all their housing expenses using Airbnb
27:00 Credit cards - the good, the bad and the ugly
39:45 Self-imposed limitations and overcoming our struggles
47:40 Rob talks about his anxiety and childhood
1:01:00 Is health going to be a priority in your life?
1:07:55 The three rules to live by if you're trying to get healthy
1:32:00 Working smarter, not harder
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Acquaintances laugh when I tell them weekends scare me and I LOVE Mondays! Listen to hear the hilariousness from my house this past weekend -- and the reasoning behind this way of thought!
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"You can spend your time or you can invest your time."
Steve had an entrepreneurial spirit as a young boy, and opened an alcohol-free nightclub at age 19. Listen as we discuss his journey as an entrepreneur, technology, accountability and more!
08:00 Discussing the New Media Summit
09:30 The high that accompanies and follows live events, and why we need to connect with fellow entrepreneurs in person
13:35 Kids and socialization
19:15 The evolution of technology
22:00 Steve's creation process
25:00 Coaching and accountibility
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Earlier this week I sent out an email with links that didn't work. Listen to learn about redirect links and 404 pages, and how you should (or shouldn't) use them in your business!
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"Tap in to your authenticity."
Lisa received a degree in languages and moved to Spain where she taught in a school of psychologists. As she became more involved, she became increasingly fascinated. Listen as we discuss Lisa's journey and the discoveries which came from it.
3:20 Gratitude - We discuss the importance -- and lack of -- gratitude, for ourselves AND others
11:40 Forward thinking vs. past thinking
18:30 The three core human needs
27:15 Three ways to think about work
35:25 Forgiveness - Lisa and I discuss the necessity of forgiveness
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Facebook and Twitter have (again) made big changes to their algorithms/terms of service. Listen to how I'm pushing through and why!
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"Keep your business as simple as you can to get done what you want to get done."
Amy spent 15+ years in finance and was making over 6-figures, however she burnt herself out. She realized she was building others' wealth and not her own, and she wanted more out of life. Listen as Amy and I share an amusing conversation about entrepreneurship, Amy's journey, books, movies, telemarketers, tools and more!
03:30 - Amy and I discuss the word, "hustle"
05:50 - We chat about gross vs. net income and the resources needed when hitting higher gross income levels
10:10 - Masterminds. We chat about the importance and qualities of a good one
17:00 - Shiny Object Syndrome -- and how to overcome it to simplify and systemize our businesses
20:38 - Amy shares the tools she uses in her business
24:40 - No more customer service confusion!
28:10 - Here how my husband handles calls from telemarketers
30:40 - Our reading lists
39:00 - I share the horrifying and hilarious story of my first movie date with my husband
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Parentpreneurs, I know we face our own set of entrepreneurial struggles. As if being a parent OR being a business owner wasn't hard enough, when you mix them together it can be... interesting. Listen as I share recent happenings from my house!
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Jenn has been a writer since high school, and has an amazing story to share! From living on the streets to becoming a journalist, being the mother of 18 kids to facing a job loss, Jenn has faced her share of struggles -- and overcome!
Highlights of our chat include:
4:33 Jenn discusses her thoughts about the word "busy"
7:55 Jenn shares how books are NOT money making
16:30 We chat about how women/mothers often don't cut themselves enough slack -- despite an abundance of effort
18:00 Deliberate times - Jenn discusses the importance of scheduling the activities which are important to us
25:40 We chat about the importance of figuring out what DOES work for you. Jenn also shares about her life as a minimalist.
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In the last month, my team and coaches both opened my eyes to low hanging fruit I was missing in my business.... An obvious source of extra income. Listen as I share what this additional income stream is, and how you can consider setting up the same for you.
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"When we feel good, our work will be good."
As a student, Christine often dealt with anxiety and procrastination issues. After leading a procrastination workshop, however, her eyes were opened to a new way of working -- for both herself and others.
Listen as Christine and I chat about stalling due to perfectionism, the need to focus on big rocks rather than minute tasks, accountability, productivity tools and more!
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I know what it's like to be too proud to ask for help. Believe me, I do. Sometimes, however, we need to suck it up and be honest with where we are, and the help we need to get to where we want to go. Tune in as I discuss!
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"Wake up and end each day thinking of all the things that are amazing in your life."
Melonie was a corporate attorney for years, however she realized she held no passion for the profession and wanted to give back to society in some way. After having her first daughter, she looked for a fitness solution for new moms and realized a void in the market. Fe Fit was born. Listen to hear where Melonie's entrepreneurial journey has gone since!
Melonie and I share a fun chat about pregnancy and motherhood, the product development and manufacturing processes, and much more!
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In episode 287 of the Positive Productivity podcast I discussed my own struggles with anxiety, as well as several of the techniques I've used to relieve it. In this episode, I share how opening the lines of communication has also relieved anxiety.
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