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Positive Productivity with Kim Sutton | Empowering Entrepreneurs to Achieve and Appreciate Personal and Professional Success

Positive Productivity is NOT about perfection. When we stop worrying about perfection and instead focus on living as OUR authentic, transparent, entrepreneur selves, we can achieve our goals and make our dreams a reality. Listen as Kim and guests discuss how to live a positively productive life in the areas of entrepreneurship, digital marketing, outsourcing, team building, online business, networking, relationships, work/life balance and more! #positiveproductivity
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May 28, 2019

“I think it's just about being a leader and leadership is huge…you have to lead the client.” -Sarah Noked

 

If you’re looking to grow your business or looking to help other people grow theirs, she is the person to look for. Sarah Noked is the founder of an OBM company bearing her name. She is also a Certified Online Business Manager (OBM) Trainer and a Certified OBM herself. She has helped over a hundred clients scale their business and yours maybe next!

 

Every business needs one but not every business has one. OBMs are a trend today in the business world. Learn what they do and how they differ from Virtual Assistants. Most importantly, learn how they can help you scale your business. Also, as the words indicate above, learn how you can set up boundaries and truly lead your clients. Lastly, here’s a couple of tools you may need to run your business with ease. Find all these gold ores from today’s episode!

 

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Highlights:

01:21 From Israel to Anywhere in the World

06:53 VA vs OBM

16:29 The First 90 Days of an OBM

19:06 Setting Up Client Boundaries

22:54 Say ‘NO.”

29:24 The Perfect Ideas Tool: Notebook

37:28 Creating a Virtual Office

44:56 Looming It!

May 21, 2019

“I believe there is a genius inside of each one of us...and you can tap into that genius by programming your subconscious mind”

 

Carl Hunter is an artist, entrepreneur and the creator of mindflavors.com. He started off in the diamond business and just could not figure out why it was not working out for him. After a soul searching trip, he discovered a new technology that changed his life forever.

 

Kim and Carl sit down to talk about his journey towards self-discovery and the power of the subconscious mind. Here he connects with Kim about 11:11, religious beliefs vs. manifestation, how to engage your subconscious mind to align with the things you want to happen in life and so much more. Learn how to tap into your own power as Carl Hunter promotes this technology and see where it may take you.

 

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Episode Highlights:

02:21  What Carl Hunter offers to the world?

06:50  Peeling back the curtain

14:41  The power of the subconscious mind

26:00  Christian Beliefs and the art of manifestation

32:20  Manifesting Ami

May 16, 2019

“If you're looking to build an app, make sure that you're doing it for the right reasons… Make sure you're thinking about your end user and providing the best possible value for them, because that's going to make sure that your app is successful in the long run.” –Tim Bornholdt

 

Meet Tim Bornholdt, an entrepreneur, a podcaster, software developer and founder of the Jed Mahonis Group, a mobile app consultancy group. If you were wondering how this man came to know so much about so much, well, let him tell you his story.

 

Apps make our life a lot easier, thanks to the people we call geeks and nerds. But really, behind their genius is a heart for other people. They develop software for others to use after all. But to turn this passion into a business with a story to tell needs more than expertise on technical stuffs. Learn how you can do things simultaneously yet effectively. Of course, failures are inevitable. Listen to our guest as he shares his story about turning his failures to stepping-stones and learn how you can do the same. As his words quoted above implies, learn how to make applications that really works in the long run. On top of that, learn how podcasting can add a value to your business. Entrepreneurship can be demanding at times. So, here’s a spice for entrepreneurs out there: Tim’s story- learn to run your business in an exciting way. Don’t miss a bit of this thrilling episode!

 

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Highlights:

02:39 Doing all the Stuffs

05:46 The Funny Stories of Failures

11:41 From Journalism to Computer Science To Entrepreneurship To Podcasting

18:27 Podcast- The Story of Your Business

21:27 It’s All About the User Experience

31:41 What We Do

39:02 Keeping Things Up-To-Date

41:56 Running the Business in an Exciting Way

May 14, 2019

“Innately we know when there is something up and we need to believe and trust that intuitive sense”

Susi explains that her job is not to advise her clients but to help them feel. This is where it all comes from for this Yoga teacher for 25 years. Bridging the medical and yoga world, Susi’s mission has been to help people not just to be relieved of pain but to recognize the patterns of the body that led them to that pain and help them make that conscious choice of changing these patterns for the betterment of their life. 

Susi has a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and is a selling author of 7 yoga books to date. Her study of the human body movement led her to better understand the indicators of pain and the ways to relieve them sustainably.

In this podcast, Susi explains to Kim the concept of the yellow and red light, what  listening to the whispers mean, and how making a conscious decision to change patterns in your life can put you into your ultimate flow.

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Episode Highlights:
01:57  The chord was struck
12:46  The yellow light
17:30  Being aware of how things make you feel
19:20  Whispers and screams
25:45  Quiet enough to filter what is right for us
30:46  Place of flow

May 7, 2019

“Ask yourself high-quality questions…put the focus on what you can ask yourself that will shift you to the direction of where you want to go”

 

Certified Stress-reduction specialist, certified transformational coach, certified yoga instructor, certified interfaith minister and certified laughter leader, Kim McIntyre is definitely certified in helping reduce stress in your life and help you come into a joyful being.

 

Kim started out with a simple mission, and that is to eliminate her own stress. She realized that she was more productive without stress. Through her search for solutions to her own issues, she naturally transitioned to teaching. She started teaching yoga, meditation, and other stress-reducing methods.

 

Join Kim and Kim as they talk about Kim McIntyre’s journey towards self-awareness. Here they detail the importance of breathing, why laughter is a medicine, information on laughter yoga and in general how you can have “less stress and more joy” in your life”.



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Episode Highlights:

02:12  A stress relief expert

09:05  Being self-aware

17:35  An hour in the life of Kim

21:09  CBD oil benefits

24:37  Crack yourself up

36:37  Being real

May 2, 2019

“The truth that we are going to find is in the mistakes that we make the fastest, so your job is to find ways to screw up faster and learn faster because that’s where your wealth is going to live”

He is a 5th-degree black belter and the founder of the art of Yokido, but Damion is more than just that. Considered as a Sensei from Black Belt Wealth, Damion Lupo is also a financial mentor to Transformation nation and a best selling author.

Damion is a firm believer of the importance of making mistakes in your journey towards success and how experience is the best teacher.

He takes this interview to a different level talking about asking yourself the right questions, how crucial it is to share your truth and how super successful people say no to almost everything. Let Damion take you through this profound journey towards success by learning to take control of your money, breaking financial shackles and taking accountability for your actions.

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Episode Highlights:
01:09  Sensei
07:25  People, Place, Proximity
12:00  What is true?
19:18  Tighten deadlines and accountability
28:47  Damion’s business

Apr 30, 2019

“Once I started working on transcending the mind all together rather than fixing the mind or even try to still the mind, that was the moment that I could start to put these experiences to words… that’s when I started sharing”

 

Matthew Ferry is a spiritual teacher, an executive life coach from Elevate the Vibe and the author of “Quiet Mind, Epic Life”. He started off in sales and was working on helping entrepreneurs to thrive in their own endeavors, but in this process, he then realized that the best thing to do for his clients was to help them achieve a quiet mind state.

 

Matthew had his spiritual awakening at the very early age of 9 when he was able to first quiet his mind, after which he then went on looking for God in all the wrong places just trying to achieve that state once more. That eventually led him to where he is in his practice.

 

Take time and absorb as Matthew and Kim discuss several crucial topics in elevating your vibe. Here they talk about how important it is to learn to transcend the mind vs. fixing it; how the mind is but a survival mechanism; what is rapid enlightenment process; surviving vs. thriving; how to best support our children, etc. Join Kim and Matthew as they take you through the first step towards quieting your mind and making your life epic.



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Episode Highlights:

02:26 Quieting Matthew’s mind

07:06  Transcending the mind

17:30  Surviving vs. Thriving

24:46  The Context for Happiness

29:12  The spiritually elite drunk monkey

Apr 23, 2019

“Take the time to love your life…Simple things uplift our soul and keeps us feeling positive and hopeful for what can be possible for us and for others in the world.”

 

Today’s mind boggler is on the power of intuition. Meet our guest, Jennifer Lyall, an intuitive business mentor. Her ability to feel things reaches even beyond the widest seas and the tallest mountains. As for Jennifer, her journey started when she was four. At present, she puts this gift into good use by helping entrepreneurs all over the world have a positive mindset and find their sole purpose in life.

 

It may sound like a mystery that even reason cannot explain. Clearly, the human mind holds deep wonders. So for today’s episode, dig deeper into energy and how it is transferred through generations. Also, if you are an entrepreneur or someone who wants to make your ideas come to life, this might be the right station for you. Here are chunks of what you need to know about having the Shiny Object Syndrome, selecting ‘entrepreneurial elves’, falling into money slavery and making reasonable deadlines. Stay tuned in for another valuable discussion!

 

 

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Highlights:

01:41 The Gift of Energy

06:26 Intuitive At Four

11:07 The Shiny Object Syndrome

17:18 Kim’s PPA

23:12 Meeting Deadlines

33:34 Generational Energy

36:30 The Money Slavery

41:11 Jennifer Launches “Mastermind”

Apr 18, 2019

“There is purpose in the pain.” –Shawna Pelton

 

Once a struggling young single mom but now a champion of her own journey. Shawna Pelton has spent 20 years in training to be the transformational healer, mentor, teacher and speaker that she is. The journey continues as she works to help others find their own path to success.

 

Stop being contented with just getting by! Empower yourself and be a new person all together. How? Sleep, Meditate and Conquer! Sounds trivial? Find out how from today’s podcast. Your own journey depends on how you build the cornerstones of your own transformation. If you are an entrepreneur, benefit from learning how to multiply your income without sacrificing the things that matter most. Equip yourself with the treasures hidden in this episode and be the champion that you are!

 

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Highlights:

01:58 The Personal Empowerment Champion

03:09 The Journey that Changed the Path

11:47 Sleep Deprived Success

14:45 Head Meditation vs Heart Meditation

21:25 My Mission Statement

28:52 Crossing Choice Points

31:22 Business Insider

42:03 The Cornerstones of Transformation

Apr 16, 2019

Once you’re there, you can recognize that vulnerability is a strength and not a weakness.

After experiencing tragic loss as a child, it took Linda Olson years to own and share HER story. Today Linda is a speaker, trainer and story coach, and empowers others to tell their story.

During their chat, Linda and Kim share their stories as well as the reasons why sharing stories opens doors of possibility and strength.

HIGHLIGHTS

2:45 The place of vulnerability
12:08 Coming to complete healing
20:52 Kim’s chiropractor changes her life
24:25 Choosing to step off the highway of negativity
26:52 Holding the torch, taking action and running into the storm
29:19 The backlash and benefits of sharing our stories
30:39 Stepping INTO your power and OUT of fear
32:18 Peeling the onion

You're invited to find the show notes, resources and transcription for this episode at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp560.

Apr 11, 2019

Kim Sutton has dedicated 2019 to increased self-care and personal development. In this episode, she shares the books she read in the first quarter, and the takeaways she took from each.

You're invited to find the show notes, resources and transcription for this episode at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp559.

Apr 9, 2019

The stronger your relationship is with others, the more you can accomplish together.”

Kerry has a Masters in Counseling Psychology and has been an executive coach for almost 20 years. Today she helps small business owners get out of the mom and pop role, and she also helps business partners strengthen their relationships.

Listen to hear Kerry and Kim chat about their entrepreneurial journeys, the value of communication and relationships, the benefits of boundaries, and more!

HIGHLIGHTS

3:27 Slow down and talk to people
8:00 Patience
9:53 Celebrating accomplishments
11:33 Accepting compliments
21:11 Being sold to
22:17 Asking questions
23:37 Bad coaches
31:20 Background moods
40:57 Proper hiring practices of coaches

You're invited to find the show notes, resources and transcription for this episode at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp558.

Apr 4, 2019

Start tracking the most important numbers for your business.

Natasha Vorompiova found herself at a crossroads after moving to a new country with an infant, and decided to give entrepreneurship a shot. In the years since, she’s transformed her organizational skills into a sanity saving service for small business owners.

Listen as Natasha and Kim dive deep into one of the pillars of Positive Productivity… Systems!

HIGHLIGHTS
4:00 Raising a baby and a business at the same time
6:48 The growth that accompanied systems and structure
10:40 Kim shares her child-induced first small business experience
14:15 College expectations for Kim’s kids
18:56 The one-month boredom cycle and shiny idea syndrome
25:03 How does Natasha work with her clients?
33:27 Tool minimalism and process automation

Get the show notes and transcription at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp557.

Apr 2, 2019

“If you’re too scared to share your idea, then you’re never going to get ahead; and if you do have a good idea, you just have to accept that it will be stolen”

 

Plann is an award-winning Instagram planning, scheduling, analytics application, and Christy Laurence just happens to be the founder. It all started with the idea of creating a tool that can help people to best utilize the marketing strengths of Instagram. With the help of a common flu that escalated to destroying Christy’s Vestibular function, she was able to find time to slowly sketch out the app. Through sheer determination and passion, Christy gave up her corporate salary in exchange for tech and knowledge to launch her idea to the world.

 

Christy details her experiences from the creation of the app, how much it costs for her to have the tech created and how she started to monetize her creation. She also talks about how Instagram is really a marketing tool, how Plann can help you in your business and how important it is to ask for help.



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Episode Highlights:

02:34  It started with post and delete

06:18  Sending idea out into the world

14:50  Apple vs. Android

24:50  Usual mistakes done on Instagram

33:35  Engaging conversations

41:08  Challenges Christy has faced

Mar 28, 2019

Kim Sutton was recently inspired to rename her "Get Shit Done" list. Listen to learn why, as well as what the change has meant for her productivity.

You're invited to find the show notes, resources and transcription for this episode at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp555.

Mar 26, 2019

“It's so important, to first and foremost, just know who you are, and then find the right support, so that you can truly be supported and guided to create your own success”

 

Are you a highly sensitive entrepreneur? If you think you are, this podcast would be the best one for you to listen to. Kim talks to founder and leader of the Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur movement Heather Dominick. Here she talks about the strengths and shadows of being a Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur.

 

Heather is a student of the psychological and spiritual curriculum of a course in Miracles for over 30 years. Her journey to self discovery has led her to where she is right now. Combined with her knowledge of Dr. Elaine Aron’s research and studies about Highly sensitive individuals, Heather was able to come up with 12 HSE shadows and strengths. Join Kim and Heather as they break down the health issues, discuss the coping mechanisms, possible triggers of being an HSE and how a change in perception is the true game changer in being an HSE.

 

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Episode Highlights:

01:06  This is where it all started

08:57  Health issues involved in being highly sensitive

16:52  Shadows vs Strengths

24:57  The gift of these 2 words

38:18  Greatest HSE Strength

Mar 21, 2019

“Give somebody fish they'll eat for a day, teach them how to fish they will eat for life”

 

Chief Awesomeness Officer is just one of the many titles that Arthur Carmazzi holds in his lifetime. He is also the founder of the Directive Communication Psychology, a motivational Keynote Leadership speaker and he has also been named as one of the top 10 leadership Gurus Globally.

 

At a very young age, Arthur already had a knack for being an entrepreneur. He sold bubble yum and fake tattoos during his early teen years and with this, he was able to buy his first car during 8th grade. After an amazing business streak, he got stabbed in Puerto Rico and his life completely changed. He traveled the world for 3 years, met a girl, followed her to Korea, went broke, went half a million in debt and got a job which he did not like. But during his lowest point he had an epiphany that paved the way to his now most successful ventures.

 

Discover how Arthur came up with the concept of Avalon, his ideas for Directive Communication Psychology and how Gamification came about. Here in this podcast he also talks to Kim about his Squadli app, his book and how his creations can lead your company to a higher performing culture.

 

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Episode Highlights:

01:57  What is a Chief Awesome-ness Officer?

03:58  Entrepreneur at a very young age

17:17  Directive Communication Discovery

21:02  Bali in the beginning

26:38  Let’s talk Gamification

Mar 19, 2019

“I am willing to take all the risk and be disliked by people because I know that the positivity that I spread completely outweighs that negativity”

 

Trevor Perry is a URXO perspective catalyst and his passion is to let people know that they are EXTRAORDINARY, hence the URXO title. Coming from a small country town in Australia, Trevor was a very entertaining young kid who was very good at Math. With this, he went on to be an Accountant and thought this would be his career for life; not until his divorce. Going through a hard time he went into improv and street theater and rediscovered himself. He then found a passion for storytelling.

 

His message is all about being extraordinary, finding your passion and learning to overcome your fears. In this podcast he also talks about MAD or your “make a difference thing” and the equation on how to live an extraordinary life.

 

Let Trevor and Kim guide you as you find your life message and become the person you are meant to become.

 

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Episode Highlights:

01:55   URXO is not just a Russian boys name

04:10   Starting point for Trevor

13:18   Fear and how it holds you back

15:18   Finding your passion

22:23   The equation for living an extraordinary life

Mar 14, 2019

“Along the way, there are silver linings, and if we are not still we don't see them, just be still...those silver linings are what can bring you joy”

 

In this podcast, Kim will be talking to Laura Frankln Pederson, founder of Choose Joy foundation. Laura started the foundation at 2010 to honor the memory of her blogger sister Sara Frankln.

 

Listen as Laura chronicles her journey from the time when her “Gitzen girl” passed away, to her breast cancer struggle, to the time when it all dawned on her that joy is a choice. Laura will also be discussing with Kim about her ministry, about how changing your perspective can change your life, why you need to be still and why we need to trust God above all.

 

Check out my website: http://thekimsutton.com/

Shownotes: http://thekimsutton.com/pp551

 

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Episode Highlights:

00:03 That perspective

03:05  When everything started for Laura

07:01  Sara Frankl’s as God’s disciple

10:42  The main word is not joy; It’s “CHOOSE”

19:07  Leap of faith

Mar 12, 2019

Let’s pull it out of our head and out of our heart and into our life. And let’s make THAT the thing we show up in everyday.

Erica has been an entrepreneur for 19 years, but a successful entrepreneur for 10. During multiple climbs up the wrong mountain, she learned what true success looks like to her, and fought back against burnt-out and external satisfaction.

Listen as Kim and Erica chat about climbing their own Mount Dooms, essential entrepreneurial self-care, and alignment with our internal navigation systems.

HIGHLIGHTS

3:20 The lessons learned from climbing the wrong mountain
7:50 Pursuing impact and purpose rather than income, and quality before quantity
9:15 How we show up in our lives in our own ways
12:10 Making our dreams a reality
15:05 Erica’s acronym for RAT RACE
20:15 How Erica sets goals
24:40 Stop “should’ing” on yourself
31:19 How can we live a happy life experience when we’re carrying a lot of baggage
48:50 “It only gets better”

You're invited to find the show notes, resources and transcription for this episode at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp550.

Mar 5, 2019

There’s two ways we can look at the world. There’s a fixed mindset… and there’s a growth mindset… People who have a growth mindset are more likely to be successful.”

The entrepreneurial world is very small, and, coincidentally, Bonnie Fahy and Kim worked together 5-6 years before this conversation.

Bonnie was a balloon artist, who, after learning about SEO, became a consultant. At a conference party, she was amazed by the $38K+ bar bill they racked up in a couple hours — and didn’t even flinch over. She wanted to know how they managed to make the money to afford such bills.

Listen to hear Bonnie and Kim dive deep into the topic of outsourcing!

HIGHLIGHTS

3:30 A $38,000 bar bill
5:30 Changes
15:10 Building a team without bankrupting yourself
19:00 Diligently delegating to we can stay in our genius zone
30:15 Intrinsic fit factors
30:45 Interview projects
34:55 Kim’s hiring disqualification process
36:20 Bonnie’s hiring process

You're invited to find the show notes, resources and transcription for this episode at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp548.

Feb 28, 2019

As we work to grow, personally and professionally, it's important to be mindful about the circumstances - internal and external - which may hold us back. Listen as Kim Sutton shares a few ways she's been caught up in her own Cinderella tale, and how you can prevent doing the same.

Get the show notes and transcription at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp547.

Feb 26, 2019

“Focus on your next 90 days… People over-estimate what they can do in a day, and under-estimate what they can do in five years.”

Peter Shinen grew up in a family business, and saw the business scale tremendously. Having seen growth from the ground-up, he’s now taking his experience to empower entrepreneurs as an ROI maximizer.

During their chat, Peter and Kim dive in to parentpreneurship, and the five F’s: faith, family, fitness, fun and finances.

HIGHLIGHTS

3:40 Parentpreneurs and the lack of business boundaries
12:00 How do you balance as a parentpreneur without guilt?
19:00 F-It: Faith, family, fitness, fun and finances
21:55 Love others as you love yourself
39:15 Accountability partners
42:20 Maximizing the day’s bookends

You're invited to find the show notes, resources and transcription for this episode at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp546.

Feb 21, 2019

The missing piece is always action.

Julie started her entrepreneurial journey as a real estate investor in 2001, and wrote her first book to share her experience and expertise in that field. After being told the book wouldn’t sell, she took it to a #1 Amazon Best Seller. Book Launchers came to be after friends and colleagues wanted to know how Julie took her self-published book to the top.

Listen as Julie and Kim talk about the right and wrong ways to write and market your (next) book!

HIGHLIGHTS
3:57 Why Kim resisted writing her book, and the objectives she has for her book today
6:10 Tactful marketing and business objectives within the pages
7:56 What’s your most important thing right now?
13:37 Which comes first? The book or the platform?
18:30 Book marketing dos and don’ts
25:18 The wizard and the tentacles
28:40 Buying your way on to the Amazon Best Seller list
40:00 How important is passion in the book-writing process?

You're invited to find the show notes, resources and transcription for this episode at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp545.

Feb 19, 2019

Don’t wait to be ready. Take imperfect action.

Michelle has been a professional performer for 30 years, and was called to be on stage as a child despite a ton of fear. Today, Michelle is the founder, owner and CEO of The Inspired Voice Business Coaching, and helps others find and free their voice.

During their conversation, Kim and Michelle discuss the multiple levels of visibility and authenticity we all need to have to take our lives to the next level.

HIGHLIGHTS
4:35 Kim shares her fear of video
5:55 Authenticity, vulnerability and un-perfectionism
8:19 Systemizing visibility
10:30 Record and release method
11:45 Where does stage fright come from?
19:05 Willingness to play bigger
24:42 Our public vs. private personas
37:10 Self-expression and self-care
42:55 Different creation styles

You're invited to find the show notes, resources and transcription for this episode at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp544.

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