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.
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“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.
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
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“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!
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 https://thekimsutton.com/pp545.
“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.
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 https://thekimsutton.com/pp544
“It’s really not about the money. It’s about the purpose and what you’re doing.”
Debra is the CEO of Creative Mind Media, and coaches based on Jungian psychology. In this powerful conversation, Debi and Kim dive deep into how our businesses are a reflection of our mind, and the action steps we can take to see immediate improvement!
1:50 What is Jungian psychology?
7:40 Oneness and Imposter Syndrome
10:20 Looking externally vs. internally
11:27 Feel good goals and deadlines
12:30 The shadow (duality)
21:08 What public rants say about you
31:40 The three levels of being
40:30 Non-judgement and alignment of actions
You're invited to find the show notes, resources and transcription for this episode at https://thekimsutton.com/pp542
“If you’re not having fun, stop doing it.”
Johnathan started his entrepreneurial journey at 14 mowing lawns. Today he is the Co-Founder of Penji, a provider of unlimited graphic design. Listen as Johnathan and Kim chat about mindset, team building, productivity, delegation and more.
9:00 Johnathan defines “Lucky” and explains his thoughts on luck
10:50 What Penji does
12:55 Cutting back on service to step up success
15:40 Unlimited graphic design
20:40 Ego and how it affects business growth
28:00 Helping our team members achieve THEIR dreams
32:25 Instagram pods
48:00 Task prioritization and delegation
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“It’s good and healthy to aspire and to drive and to be committed. And it’s also good and healthy to know that you will fall short and you are still of value. You are still of worth. You are still ‘perfect.’”
Shannon is the CEO of Future State, however it was a full-circle journey which brought her to this role. During their deep conversation, Kim and Shannon chat about health and wellness, leadership, employee care, and a whole lot more!
8:00 The “price” of free
14:00 Setting examples as leaders when valuing our own health, wellbeing and success
20:20 What do Shannon and Future State do?
25:58 Shannon explains what a B Corp is
28:45 Impact AND income
40:02 Qualities of a successful CEO
Get the show notes and transcription at https://thekimsutton.com/pp540