“So when you hide yourself or you put yourself in the shadow, how are you serving the greater cause of this message that you were positioned to be the vessel for?” - Sue Salvemini
Sue Salvemini returns for another conversation with Kim! The dynamic duo dives deep into a discussion about intentionality, excuses, vision, value, progress and more!
06:57 Create as you go
18:29 The death of Kim’s first vision board
33:16 The relationship between grace, judgement and self-forgiveness
36:26 Perfectly imperfect
38:38 God’s children
43:11 A vessel for a greater message
45:01 The inner critic
46:38 The maximum effective range of excuses
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Which seat are you sitting in on your airplane of life?
Are you sitting in the middle seat and allowing the circumstances of life to control life? Or are you sitting in first class, enjoying the best conditions possible?
Think about it!
Mesmerized by the presence of American icons, Rachael Jayne Groover moved from Australia to the United States to create a more abundant life. And that she did! Rachael Jayne created the Art of Feminine Presence, and over the past 10+ years has impacted the lives and businesses of tens of thousands around the globe.
Listen as Rachael Jayne and Kim Sutton discuss the importance of getting out of our head and allowing ourselves to share our mission, vision and values in confidence.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://thekimsutton.com/pp633.
JoAnne Funch has been an entrepreneur since 1996. After relocating cross-country in 2007 following the death of her husband, JoAnne felt the need to meet people and determine her new path. Today she is a LinkedIn expert and the Chief Connection Officer of LinkedIn for Business.
Hear about the good, bad and ugly ways you can use LinkedIn to build your business as JoAnne and Kim Sutton share real-life examples.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://thekimsutton.com/pp632.
Following her careers in the military as well as in medical field working with executive leadership teams, Sue Salvemini took a step back to explore her values and purpose. Today Sue is the founder of Focal Pointe Consulting Group, where she works with executives and professionals who don’t feel like they make a difference.
Listen as Sue and Kim Sutton get raw and real in a conversation about gratitude, life's struggles, making a difference, following our passion and purpose and much more.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://thekimsutton.com/pp631.
As the oldest in his family, Rocky put himself through college by working at UPS. To his father’s urging, Rocky implemented a “yes and thank you” practice, and spent 30+ years with the company before retiring.
Retirement, however, wasn’t for Rocky, and together with a few (former) UPS colleagues, he founded 3Sixty Management Services.
Join Rocky and Kim Sutton as they chat about putting our faith in our people, process improvements, overcoming fear and much more!
Get the show notes and transcription at https://thekimsutton.com/pp630.
As crazy busy as an entrepreneur’s life may feel, time is never an excuse for not taking care of ourselves.
Today’s guest, Samantha Brody, is a naturopathic physician and acupuncturist from Portland, Oregon who also serves clients and community members as an online entrepreneur. In addition, she is the author of Overcoming Overwhelm: Dismantle Your Stress From the Inside Out, which was published by SoundsTrue.
In this episode, Kim Sutton and Samantha share the importance of addressing our personal needs, and the consequences of ignoring them.
Get the show notes and transcription at https://thekimsutton.com/pp629.
Born and raised in New Zealand to a Canadian mother, Nathan grew his wings flying many intercontinental flights. Through his experiences with the pilots in air, Nathan discovered his love for flying and piloted for his first time at age 12.
Listen to hear how Nathan transitioned from a successful career as an airline pilot to entrepreneurship and coaching — and why!
Kim Sutton and Nathan Seaward dive deep into over-committing, quality vs. quantity, scarcity mindset, comparison syndrome, the stress of entrepreneurship and more!
Get the show notes and transcription at https://thekimsutton.com/pp628.
“When you’re doing your best work, you’re giving those clients the best of you, so that IS serving them.” - Dave Lewis
Amazing conversations can come out of chance encounters, and that’s exactly how today’s conversation came to be. (Hint: Kim met Jessica through Instagram — listen to hear the full story!)
Are you struggling with saying no — to yourself or others, do you wonder how to stay authentically while making money, or are you challenged while working with a significant other? If so, this conversation is for you!
02:17 Overcoming fear
02:53 Being on the same page — but different
06:23 Why Kim’s Dave doesn’t work with her
09:27 Jessica and Dave’s entrepreneurial journeys
12:51 Chronic Idea Disorder
15:27 Keeping on or stopping
16:11 Caffeinated showers
17:32 Talking and processing
18:43 The mental music playlist
20:36 Getting better at saying “No”
35:59 “Someday Syndrome”
36:07 Beta launching courses
38:29 Staying authentically you on social media
39:13 Purposeful Parentpreneurs
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“You don’t want a nest egg, you want a goose. You want to buy a goose that lays eggs every month. You don’t want a nest egg. A nest egg will depreciate.” - Natali Morris
Natali and her husband worked for the news, but decided they didn’t want to be dependent on their news jobs. They taught themselves to invest in performing assets, and began investing in real estate. Now they teach others to invest in real estate, as well as teach families to empower their finances through the Financial Freedom Academy.
Listen as Natali and Kim Sutton talk about a smarter way to invest, why our finances need to be a team project and more!
06:16 Financial lessons from Kim’s parents
12:17 How to support your significant other with healthy conversations about money
19:41 Deciding together
23:56 Shrinking your life
36:10 Every family is a business
39:25 What is your freedom number?
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