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.