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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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Oct 13, 2020

“Unlock the talents you were given to be the best that you can be, and also to be the best that the world deserves from you.”  - Curt Mercadante

 

There’s a reason why everyone is born unique. Otherwise, no change will take place and no miracles will happen. But the journey is not easy- from identifying your gifts to finding courage to actually live it, and let alone impact the world. In this episode, Kim sits with Curt Mercadante, the author of the bestselling book, Five Pillars of the Freedom Lifestyle. Curt is an expert in helping others build authority brands and today, he shares the strategies, mindsets, and values that serve as prerequisites to unleashing your talents and following your passion. The “Greats” we know in history are all normal people like us. But what helped them to make a difference is their standing out as different. Listen in and be ready to show up in your most authentic self!

 

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Highlights:

04:35 From Success To Guilt 

10:51 Politics In Wealth And Entrepreneurship

15:42 Faith Versus Belief

21:11 Entrepreneurial Mindset

26:53 Scarcity Mindset To Reprogramming

32:02 Use Your God-Given Talent To Your Utmost

42:34 Authenticity: Know And Be Who You Are

Oct 6, 2020

“There is no right path to becoming an entrepreneur- everyone has their own path.” - Kimberly Weitkamp

 

Our society loves to put pressure on us, trying to shape us into its norms. But it is important to remember: No person & no situation can define how your journey is going to look like for you. Your way of navigating it, is what gives it value and meaning. In this episode, Kim and Kimberly Weitkamp talk about how we can own our journey. They talk about the importance of working with the right people as opposed to being tolerant, talking with your clients in their language, setting boundaries for yourself, showing up with your authentic self to gain trust, hunting for your ideal clients, and having sufficient self-time. Tune in and discover how you get back on track. You don’t want to be a sidekick. Take control, it’s your journey and you are the main character!

 

 

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04:44 From Scratch To Growth 

07:31 Know Who You Work With

17:31 Know Your Boundaries

21: 36 THE Golden Thread

26:10 YOU Have To Be In YOUR Marketing

32:53 Ideal Clients

36:35 Life Before Becoming An Entrepreneur

39:09 Work What You Love 

Sep 29, 2020

“Who you already are is your unique gift.” - Noelle Cordeaux

“Life is a journey”- sounds so overrated. But for us who are still along the way and understanding life, having a guide is absolutely a lifesaver. But with the choices laid before us, how do we know which one serves our needs? In this episode, Kim and Noelle Cordeaux talk about the subtle differences between a coach, a mentor, and a therapist so you can save yourself a lot of trouble before you hire one. Noelle also shares the benefits of being authentic rather than humanizing just so one can appear “perfect”, especially those who are seen as “leaders” of their own company. Your hesitations and what ifs are slowly stealing away your future! Tune in and discover how to hack your brain so you can make decisions better!

 

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04:26 Fake It Till You Make It

10:37 Heart-Centered Business

17:07 The ICF (International Coaching Federation)

23:19 With Or Without Accreditation?

25:56 Therapy versus Coaching versus Mentors

35:06 Community Building For Each Other

40:15 Why Being in Middle Age is Awesome

Aug 25, 2020

Getting un-busy was about first getting a lot of those commitments off my plate so that they became a lot more manageable mentally and physically.” ~Garland Vance

Garland Vance was busy being busy when his doctor told him words he didn’t expect. “Your being busy will kill you.” Garland’s subsequent research not only changed him, but is on course to save the lives of many.

Listen as Garland and Kim Sutton share their own stories of being busy, the health implications each faced as a result, and the journey of their individual recoveries from busy-ness.

Show Notes
02:25 Kim’s sleep deprivation
04:03 Garland’s journey
09:31 Kim’s prescription
10:18 Garland’s thesis
13:31 Getting un-busy
16:11 Getting shit done
21:22 Knowing which goals to pursue
22:55 Working with his wife
25:04 Why Kim started her business
27:05 Defaulting to yes vs. defaulting to no
31:28 Purposeful, productive and peaceful
32:36 Purposeful Parentpreneurs
34:55 Girl Scouts
36:22 Controlling busy within the family
38:40 Prioritizing together over to-dos

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Aug 18, 2020

Ayahuasca is well known for it’s visionary properties and bright colors and light shows and that sort of thing. It’s also well known for cleaning - that is energetic, physical, emotional and spiritual cleaning or purification.” Zach Poitr

In 2009, while suffering from anxiety, depression and general discontent for his life, Zach Poitr was introduced to Ayahuasca and took a journey to Peru. His life was changed forever.

In this conversation, Zach expands Kim’s knowledge about herbal medicine. They talk about the visionary experiences associated with Ayahuasca, as well as discuss how a retreat works, what attendees can expect and more. In addition, Zach and Kim discuss common medical treatments, the state of legalizing controlled substances for medical reasons, and more!

Highlights:
02:03 What is Ayahuasca?
04:51 Ayahuasca’s healing reputation
07:18 Is Ayahuasca legal in the United States?
11:11 Ayahuasca (tea)
15:03 Healing with Ayahuasca
16:47 The visionary experiences
30:37 PTSD and Ayahuasca
34:43 MDMA
38:15 Ayahuasca vs. antidepressants and opioids
39:42 Kim’s thoughts on the FDA
44:54 Prepping clients for Ayahuasca retreats
48:13 Kim committed to mental hospital
50:15 Zach’s Ayahuasca journey
55:13 Go through a season
56:42 Human design
1:00:36 Considerations before a retreat

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Aug 11, 2020

“A landing page is simply an intentional conversion point where you’re trying to address a specific audience with a specific challenge with a specific solution.” - Bob Sparkins

Bob Sparkins has been with Leadpages since its early days. He was customer number 43 when he signed on on their first day in 2012. In 2014, Bob joined Leadpages as a full-time employee, and to this day teaches customers how to succeed with the product.

Listen as Bob and Kim talk shop, discussing split testing, brand consistency, mistakes entrepreneurs make on the landing pages, pop-ups and more!

Highlights

03:29 Bob’s background with Leadpages
06:45 Thinking about where you send people
09:01 Split testing
10:36 Consistency (from ads to landing page to thank you page)
17:00 Be willing to be more of you
22:11 What is a landing page?
25:53 Segmentation
28:00 Picking a niche
33:35 Knowing which sandbox you want to play in
36:53 Common mistakes on landing pages
41:45 Making URLs easier
45:30 Pop-ups

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Aug 4, 2020

“Our brain is like a computer. It’s like a hard drive. It’s a storage unit. And it only has a nature and a goal that are the same and that’s caring about the survival of the body. It will do whatever it takes to make sure that your physical form — your body — is in survival mode 100% of the time.” - Susan Dascenzi

When Susan Dascenzi and I hopped on a quick call to catch up, I had no clue it was going to lead into me getting an incredible coaching session. But, when it started getting good, I knew I had to take it to the airwaves so my community could benefit as well.

Listen as Susan and I dig deep into my money mindset issues, my struggle with procrastination and consistency, and a comparison of reward vs consequence goal setting methods.

Highlights

04:20 Procrastination and lack of motivation
06:21 How we take the world in
07:34 Broken promises
08:40 The programs that are downloaded
12:11 Avoidance
12:48 The next level
15:27 Mixed feelings about winning
17:46 Our brain vs. our mind
23:44 Rewards vs. consequences
34:28 Consistency
35:56 How to kick the buts
38:21 A worth issue
42:51 Boundaries

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Jul 14, 2020

“Being a mindful person doesn’t necessarily mean that we face zero adversity — like life just goes so smoothly. It means that we can be with the as-is nature of life not going smoothly.” - Kristen Manieri

What speed is your “normal” during a typical day? Are you speeding through life, getting testy when other people are going too slow? Or, are you enjoying each moment?

Listen as Kristen Manieri joins Kim Sutton on the Positive Productivity podcast to have a conversation about living mindfully. They share how/when they brought mindfulness into their lives, as well as how it’s used in their businesses, self-care, parenting and more.

Highlights

02:45 10-day challenge
03:46 Kristen’s background
08:09 Not-enoughness
11:01 Hustling and comparing
15:13 Different time, different reaction
16:53 The speed we live by
21:17 Keeping the burner on medium
25:47 Making better choices
27:58 Kim address her kid’s attitude
32:39 How the podcast came to be
37:25 Quality vs. quantity
44:02 Silent retreat
47:08 Kristen’s morning routine
55:53 Teaching people how to treat us

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Jul 7, 2020

“A good contract is going to simply set the expectations. It sets out the respective rights and obligations.” - JP McAvoy

How do you define success? And how does your work leave others in a better place than when you met them? These are just a few of the topics JP McAvoy and Kim Sutton discuss in this episode of the Positive Productivity podcast.

JP McAvoy is a founding partner of Conduct Law, as well as the host of The Millionaire’s Lawyer podcast and the author of The Millionaire’s Lawyer: Build, Grow and Sell Your Business.

Highlights

03:01 Accountability partners
05:15 Evolving as an entrepreneur
07:45 Writing The Millionaire’s Lawyer
12:46 Branding vs. value vs. content
13:28 Paralysis by analysis
14:25 The scatterbrained approach
17:43 Scope creep
18:48 Partnership agreements
24:40 How JP chose his specialization
33:18 Markers of Success
36:57 Manifesting feelings rather than material objects
37:56 Feelings
39:17 People are people
41:36 Personal life vs. business life
54:07 Seeking out advice

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Jun 30, 2020

“Every networking event that you do is a potential to bring you new business. Maybe they’re not going to use your service, but they’re going to tell someone else about your product or service.” - Robin Ryan

Do you discount the benefits of networking? Are you too busy online to spend time meeting people off-line? In this conversation, Robin Ryan and Kim Sutton talk about networking in person AND online, with a focus on live events and meetings and LinkedIn.

Highlights

02:42 High performing LinkedIn connection requests and headlines
05:50 How often should you revisit your LinkedIn profile and be active?
09:30 Bad-mouthing employers and/or clients publicly
12:03 How to craft your headline on LinkedIn
13:56 How to write a powerful LinkedIn summary
15:26 Quality vs. quantity in regards to LinkedIn connections
25:05 How to use LinkedIn
30:28 Virtual coffee
35:55 Networking
40:45 Kim’s first client interview
48:09 Oprah and Dr. Phil
54:21 Creating content

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Jun 23, 2020

“If you can’t help your customers be accountable to themselves and get them the results, you’re never going to have a long-term business.” - Andrew Izumi

Andrew Izumi was working the 9-5 corporate job and was a top-performing sales professional making well over 6-figures when he recognized a tugging in his heart to do and accomplish more. Today Andrew is the president of eBoomz, where he teaches entrepreneurs to scale their sales.

Sales becomes much easier when we’re building the right products and selling for the right reason(s). Listen as Andrew and Kim Sutton chat about knowing who our ideal audience is, getting clear on our goals, understanding our value, the psyche of pricing and more.

Highlights

01:44 “Normal”
02:52 Overcoming adversity
05:53 Goal-setting
09:06 Deciding how to build your audience
09:45 Knowing who you want to work with
12:49 Cost and value
16:05 Team empowerment and Standard Operating Procedures
17:31 The psyche of pricing
27:04 Skimming the surface in terms of client care
30:48 Pre-selling products
32:03 What is eBoomz?
34:06 Scaling up
39:29 Accountability

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Jun 16, 2020

“You don’t get trademark rights through the trademark registration process. The way the trademark laws work, is just by using a word or phrase in your business, you automatically get common-law trademark rights to it.” - Joey Vitale

Does legal jargon confuse the heck out of you? Do you wonder if you need a LLC to trademark any pieces of your business? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above, this is the episode for you!

Kim Sutton and Joey Vitale, the owner of Indie Law, dive into a yawn-free, easy-to-understand conversation about protecting our businesses assets. You’ll hear about Kim’s own struggles in her business, how many business owners assume (and act) incorrectly, and the truth about trademarks.

Highlights

07:44 Becoming a lawyer
10:20 Contracts
12:20 Pre-call questions
15:15 Mutual integrity
19:31 The legal stuff businesses should do
21:27 To LLC or not
23:08 Co-mingling assets
29:50 Getting to the heart of trademarks
43:37 What can you trademark?
50:24 Figuring out the time levers

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Jun 9, 2020

“Make your dreams happen by saving time for them.” - Tim Campos

Who controls your calendar? Do you? Or is your time at the mercy of other peoples’ needs and/or emergencies?

Today’s guest is Tim Campos, the co-founder and CEO of Woven. Woven is a scheduling system which helps subscribers spend time on the things that matter most. Listen as Tim and Kim Sutton dive deep into the ways our calendars can work for/against us, the need for time blocking, focus and connection.

Highlights

02:30 What our calendars are good — and not good — for.
03:47 Time blocking
04:59 Reactive calendar statistics
08:20 Cal Newport Deep Work
09:14 Choosing to focus
11:10 Lessons from Facebook
19:51 The cost of task switching
20:13 How Woven came about
30:09 Kim’s podcast recording schedule
40:14 Connected, connection and community
44:52 Planning the day

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May 19, 2020

“You want your superpower to be what everybody knows about you.” - Lou Diamond

Lou Diamond is a speaker and consultant who works with companies, leaders, producers and brands and helps them thrive through the power of connecting.

Listen as Lou and Kim Sutton chat about the power of connecting, focusing on your passion, understanding your value, how to be a good podcast guest and more!

Highlights

02:39 Excuses for not starting a podcast and why they’re invalid
07:07 The power of connecting
09:04 A thriving culture
12:08 Delegating and outsourcing to best in class
18:12 Sticking to the core - Less is more
20:27 Focusing on where the passion isn’t
30:29 Authors that Thrive
36:39 People, too
38:54 Being approachable

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May 12, 2020

“We all have to aggressively take our health into our own hands.” - Andrea London

Just a couple months after tying the not in 2001, Andrea London and her husband, Lenny, discovered he had stage 4 cancer. Deciding to forego the advice of the doctors, Andrea and Lenny created their own treatment plan, and, nearly 20 years later, Lenny is alive and well.

Listen as Andrea and Kim embark on an enlightening yet somewhat controversial conversation, where they discuss alternative health, marijuana, faith, depression, and more.

07:06 Stage 4 Cancer
09:41 Following the doctor’s orders vs following our instincts
15:17 Sharing their treatment, love story and Faith
17:50 Going outside of the norm and doctors
19:32 Kim’s PCP journey
19:05 Kim’s ran about the Food and Drug Administration
24:09 Kim’s commitment to health
28:00 Marijuana and CBD
33:04 Caring for the caregiver
38:33 Sharing is caring
44:08 Surviving stress
49:59 Judas and his dirty money

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May 5, 2020

“Life is life and it will continue to be hard.” - Bryan Falchuk

Nearly 500 episodes after his first appearance on the Positive Productivity podcast, Bryan Falchuk returns for another inspiring conversation with Kim Sutton.

Tune in to hear about the transformations Bryan has experienced personally, in his work, and in his relationships as well as to hear truly transparent stories from Kim and Bryan.

04:02 The power of being a guest
06:02 The struggle of doing what we love
07:10 Finding the time
11:31 Connecting ON flights
13:14 Missing the 100
20:32 Not rocking the boat
22:07 Assuming
25:29 Kim’s mental music playlist
31:37 Open Heart Clear Mind
39:06 Responding differently
43:48 Taking and giving space
45:32 Basic human needs
47:44 How Bryan writes
53:45 Transparency and authenticity

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Apr 28, 2020

“You have to, from the very beginning, choose the right business. And by choosing the right business is knowing yourself.” - Grant Aldrich

After seeing success an online entrepreneur, Grant Aldrich had the realization that bigger and more wasn’t what he truly aspire to have. On the contrary, what he wanted was to spend more time with his family.

Listen as Grant and Kim Sutton chat about the evolution of their entrepreneurial backgrounds, their opinions of higher education, and critical considerations for entrepreneurs.

09:00 Desiring freedom
17:21 What does Grant do now?
19:56 Why Kim started her business
29:22 Ramen
36:44 Idea generators aka entrepreneurs
37:22 Knowing who your ideal client is

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Apr 7, 2020

“Changes do not happen in your life by coincidence... Changes happen in your life because you intentionally cause a change. Be intentional and everything that you do, because it matters.” -Jennifer Weaver

 

Be a healthy achiever! Accomplishments bring pride and satisfaction not until it takes a toll on our health and well-being. Today, Kim and Jennifer talk about the importance of taking a break in defeating burnout. The need for wellness is becoming more urgent as the work environment greatly shifts by the passing of generations. As a psychotherapist, Jennifer has some expert advice on how to spot a good therapist. Connectivity is vital and in every change you wish to make, remember to always be intentional. Tune in and learn how to experience wellness on a bigger level!  

 

01:41 Nosy For A Cause

08:39 Take A Break

16:13 Characteristics of a Good Therapist  

23:23 Corporate Wellness On A Bigger Level

28:46 Shifts In The Work Place

33:54 Suitable Connectivity  

39:25 Be Intentional 

 

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Highlights:

01:41 Nosy For A Cause

08:39 Take A Break

16:13 Characteristics of a Good Therapist  

23:23 Corporate Wellness On A Bigger Level

28:46 Shifts In The Work Place

33:54 Suitable Connectivity  

39:25 Be Intentional 

Mar 31, 2020

You have the opportunity in this world [to]... impact and help many people that are looking for that little piece to get them over that hump.” -Tim Meuchel

Success is a universally elusive concept. Everybody can define the word but only a few can really give life to its meaning. If your entrepreneurial journey is a struggle, maybe you’re up for a little restructuring. Today, Tim Meuchel shares his own ups and downs and the lessons he’s learned along the way. As a fellow in business, he had his own guilt trip and seasons of nothingness. Born from his failures was the 10 Factor program, the entrepreneur’s blueprint to success which will be introduced in this episode. Tim also shares 3 things that can help you to get to where you want to be. Tune in and learn about these awesome tips and skill sets. Know your worth and hold on to it. Only then can you hear success knocking on your door. 

 

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Highlights:

02:18 What It’s Like To Have A  Good Job At A Good Company

12:12 The Road To 10 Factor

19:10 Talk More About Struggles More Than Successes

21:41 Hold On To Your Worth

28:18 The Guilt Trip

33:23 3 Things That Will Get To Where You Want To Be

38:50 Don’t Work Alone

44:40 Be Consistent

Mar 24, 2020

“You're never going to have the perfect team. You're never going to be the perfect manager, you're never going to have a perfect business...what matters is how we treat ourselves and how we treat the people around us as we make those mistakes so that we can become better and better all the time.”   - Breanne Dyck

You have the power to build your dream team and it doesn’t have to be a perfect team. Perfect doesn’t need learning and growth and it’s definitely not a place for a visionary like you. Today, CEO Breanne Dyck joins the platform to share how to build the team that you want. She also shares some values and skills that a good leader must have to keep the team going and scale the business at the same time. Whether you’re new in business or a seasoned executive, you are worthy to feel the fruits of your success and deviate from the day-to-day stress of being in authority. Tune in and learn how to structure your business to get the results you want with a team of experts in a healthy work environment. 

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Highlights:

02:37 Everything Lego

08:09 More Success More Stress

12:41 Visionary Pyramid

21:21 Starting A Business

32:20 Good Use Of Time

39:14 Team Zone Of Genius

48:11 Visionary CEO

 

Feb 25, 2020

“If you really want to succeed as an entrepreneur you really have to start looking at what you’re doing on a daily basis and think about what you can delegate, defer or delete.” - Scott Carson

Kim’s good friend, Scott Carson, joins on this episode of the Positive Productivity podcast for a feel good (and funny!) glimpse behind the scenes of both of their businesses. They share their thoughts on marketing, internet trolls, time management and more!

Scott Carson is known as “The Note Guy”, and for the past 15 years has been investing in distressed (mortgage) notes. He is the host of The Note Closers Podcast and is syndicated on 17+ radio stations across the United States.

Highlights

04:47 Growned/Groaned
05:53 Starting the Note Closers Podcast
11:11 Kim’s last experience with Periscope
12:06 Trolls
12:56 The results we focus on
16:25 Kim’s fear of sending emails
20:36 Kim’s podcast strategy
21:53 Busy being busy
24:03 Repurposing content
25:19 Surviving and thriving as a multi-passionate entrepreneur
31:25 Scott’s biggest blessing from his business
36:10 Scheduling our goals to happen
38:57 Letting the bad clients and stress go
41:50 Scott’s ideal life

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Feb 18, 2020

“If you are completely confident in yourself and you trust yourself and your trust is coming from inner trust, then it doesn’t matter what’s happening on the outside.” - Joy Idries

Life’s challenges have the ability to transform us or paralyze us. Which do you choose?

Today’s guest, Joy Idries, found herself struggling with challenges of the past when she was transformed in a weekend. Listen as she and Kim Sutton discussed the struggles which held Joy back, and the growth she experienced when she was finally able to move forward.

Highlights

04:16 Sending a shock through the system
05:28 A pattern of dangerous situations
12:39 Introductions to positive psychology
14:33 The healing retreat
18:18 From enlightenment and education to entrepreneurship
20:07 Fear and doing what’s easy
20:54 Cleaning up our vocabulary
22:18 Being grateful for the future
24:01 Next level you/Kim
27:57 Sharing our imperfections
30:55 Different types of intuition
35:04 Inner adventures

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Feb 11, 2020

“9 times out of 10, if something is not working in your business, most the time, it’s your messaging.” - Holly Chantal

It’s not just what you say, it’s how you say it and why you do it. Tune in Holly Chantal and Kim Sutton talk about how your mindset, integrity and messaging can attract — or repel — your ideal clients.

Highlights

00:53 Fluffy text
03:13 Holly’s journey
06:47 Learning to say "no"
07:58 Recognizing who is/isn’t a really great client
10:21 Definition and Transition
19:40 Price anchoring and setting
23:29 Next level Kim
25:04 Getting the sale vs. delivering the value
27:42 Walking away from clients
29:36 Next level Holly
33:33 Dressing for “success”
35:50 Frequency of family interruptions
37:38 Teaching young children about entrepreneurship
41:32 Retirement

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Feb 4, 2020

As a child, Monte Wyatt was recognized by family members as being a leader, and through his education and career has been influencing others to become better leaders, themselves.

Listen as Monte and Kim chat about the importance of focus and priorities, staying in our genius zone, abundant vs. scarcity thinking, mindset and more!

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Jan 28, 2020

As a teenager, Marc Guberti's mother suggested he create a blog to stay occupied. What nobody could have expected was that Marc's blog helped Marc become a multi-faceted, multi-passionate entrepreneur who, within a decade, has written over 20 books, hosted three podcasts, amassed a surprisingly large audience on social media AND developed multiple streams of income.

Listen as Marc and Kim Sutton chat about how Marc chooses his projects, how he maintains focus, the definition of good marketing, Chronic Idea Disorder, the quirks of being a multi-passionate entrepreneur and more.

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