Tanya Taylor Rubinstein, www.TheSoloPerformanceCoach.com, is one of the world’s premier Solo Performance Coaches and Directors. Based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, she works with actors, writers and other creative people to create outstanding One-Person Shows that are performed at theaters, festivals and conferences world wide. Her work has been featured in O The Oprah Magazine, where it was called “a gift and a necessity,” on NPR, in BackStage and on CBS (The Early Show). She is also the co-editor of the book The Cancer Monologue Project.
Because we have so many new listeners, I wanted to give you all a chance to listen to this episode that explains the basic theory I work with.
Tip of the Week:
If you use a Kindle or read Kindle books on the Kindle App, you may have tried to copy your highlights and discovered that you can’t do this. However, there is a way to copy your highlights and notes. Here’s how:
Go to http://kindle.amazon.com and sign into your account.
On the top Navigation bar is a link that says Your Highlights. Click this link and you will see all of your Kindle books and the highlights you have made. You can now copy the text and use however you wish.
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Now as a business speaker, trainer and author of THINK Like a BLACK BELT and THE SENSEI LEADER, Jim is in demand internationally touring and speaking to corporate and conference audiences. He appears regularly on TV and radio including such programs as BBC Worldview and FOX News.
How Your Childhood Experience of Touch Influences Your Business and Finances
In past episodes, I’ve talked about the need for connection and how that need often leads to bad decision making. In this episode, I take the idea a step farther and examine how our need for touch can affect our business and our finances, especially when it comes to under-earning. Read more
Business information for Right-Brained Entrepreneurs
Jeffrey Goodman has long history of business successes including life as a fashion/advertising photographer and then developing a very successful private practice in energy medicine which he formed a long waiting list of clients within his first 3 months of starting his business.
Jeffrey was born a visionary with a very rare and unique ability to see the invisible patterns of nature and life. His compassionate guidance has helped thousands of people from all over the world discover their own health and powerful abilities both personally and professionally. He has also been mentoring and advising practitioners on creating business success for over a decade.
Expanding Our World by Tapping into Other Dimensions
Today, I’m sharing a story that will set the foundation for talking about developing your inner resources and getting in touch with who you really are, which is something that really interests me. In the episode I talk about the time, 40 years ago, when I was first contacted by what I thought was a being in another dimension. I’ve since learned that it was another dimension of myself.
Dawn is the associate professor of business at The King’s College and the founder of BestSmallBizHelp.com, an award-winning blog dedicated to helping struggling solopreneurs. As an experienced entrepreneur and small-business turnaround expert she has rescued hundreds of small business from financial disaster. Dawn has led an accomplished 20-year career in business, working as a serial entrepreneur, vice-president at Citigroup and Wall Street trader. Fotopulos is a certified facilitator in the Kauffman FastTrac Program, and is a CEO leader for the Job Creators Network. An expert in her field, she has been featured on MSNBC’s “Your Business,” at the New York Times Small Business Summit and in Forbes.
One of the questions I get most often is, “Why can’t I reach my income potential?” In today’s episode I discuss some of the factors that can lead to what might be considered under earning, with a focus on expectations that develop in early childhood that affect your financial outcomes.
How Simplifying Can Give Your Life Meaning and Purpose.
Joel Zaslofsky is the host of the Smart and Simple Matters Podcast and the curator and simplifier behind Value of Simple and the SimpleREV movement. In March 2012, two years after his personal renaissance shook him awake, he quit his cushy corporate job to help people simplify, organize, and be money wise. When he’s not enjoying nature, making his wife smile, or playing with his two young sons, he’s living intentionally, being Paleo, and Experience Curating.
My Right Professional Description
In this episode, I share the process I’m going through trying to find the right “label” for the work I do. Our culture requires that we call ourselves something, but sometimes, that’s hard to pinpoint in a few words.
I also look at the emotion of sorrow, which is often passed down through generations.