“Silent people do not leave lasting impressions.”
Born in the country of Georgia, a young Isaak Gelbinovich moved to America at the age of 23 without speaking a word of English. Over time, he not only learned to speak English but he also became a public speaker and story teller and started teaching people how to speak. Listen in as Isaak shares some of his own life stories with Kim and as they discuss the need for people to share their stories. Remember, as Isaak says, “silent people do not leave lasting impressions.”
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2:31 Everybody has a story and only you can tell your story
14:31 Three Stages of a Story: finding it, crafting it, delivering it
20:37 Don’t quit yet & the importance of education
26:11 Excellence is desirable and attainable
36:21 Silent people do not leave lasting impressions
Do you ever find yourself scrolling social media for hours, just to see what your competitors are up to and how they are succeeding? Well, it’s time for that to stop. Listen to hear my thoughts on the nonsense of nosiness.
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“Every situation that is at our feet is always a gift and the best gifts are not wrapped in pretty packages and bows.”
The founder and CEO of Mind Like Group, Esther Weinberg primarily works with leadership teams of entertainment technology companies on implementing cultures of dignity at work. Tune in as we discuss the importance of having those difficult conversations and how the small things build up to making the bigger problems. The education of healthy boundaries needs to be enforced in the work environment to allow for a safe workplace for both men and women.
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7:09 Work life balance
11:38 The farting monkey
16:17 The five “A’s”
20:28 You can say “no”
31:09 Trust, respect, and safety
35:05 The tools to building your team with dignity and respect
42:34 The next 90 days
Have you ever noticed that sometimes it’s hard to accept good in your life because you’re waiting for the bad that occasionally follows? If so, it’s time to be good with having good!
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“There are ways to be empowered to move toward taking the best steps for your physical, mental, and spiritual well being.”
Have you ever heard the term “hijackle”? This word is trademarked and explained by Rhoberta Shaler, a relationship consultant, mediator, author and speaker from For Relationship help. Hijackles are people who hijack relationships for their own purposes and then relentlessly scavenge them for power and control. Listen in as Kim and Rhoberta dig in deep and discuss the traits of hijackers, how to handle them, and step up and move forward.
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1:12 What Rhoberta does
2:15 Trademark of “hijackles”
3:52 Hijackles paint perfection
7:35 Seeing the signs
12:02 What to do if you find yourself in a relationship with a hijackle
16:44 Safely reach out
18:50 Law of attraction
23:56 Personal weather reports
27:30 Stop the shoulda, woulda, coulda’s
29:38 Avoid becoming a hijackle yourself
Are you pursuing your heart’s desire? Or are you merely chasing the next dollar? Listen as I share how pursuing my heart’s desire has made all the difference in my personal and professional life!
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