Transformational Speaking with Gail Larsen TPS43

GailLarsenGail is the founder of Real Speaking® and the award-winning author of Transformational Speaking: If You Want to Change the World, Tell a Better Story. Her work has been described by Fast Company as “transforming your relationship to your voice via the deepest stirrings of your soul.”  Continue reading

Dying Changed the Way I Do Business — Stephen Young TPS42

Stephen-WallyStephen Young and his wife own Doodlets, a popular store in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. Before he moved to Santa Fe, Stephen founded several successful companies and was a guest lecturer at the business schools of Tulane and New York University. When he had a series of near death experiences 18 months ago, his life and how he does business changed. He talks about this on today’s episode. Continue reading

Social Media for Business — and More — with Kathy Walsh TPS41

Kathy-WalshKathy Walsh is the co-founder of Knock Knock Social, a social media marketing company that helps small businesses with their social media presence. She has 25 years of experience in marketing, public relations and communications for a variety of industries. Kathy is known as a trend spotter and is able to help her clients stay ahead of the curve. Continue reading

To Increase Your Cash Flow, Increase Your Energy Flow TPS40

nuclearEverything in our three-dimensional reality is made up of energy. If you focus on the energy of your life and learn to replace the energies that pull you down with energies that are uplifting, the positive energy will move you and your finances forward. Continue reading

Thoughts about Aloneness, Negative Self-Talk, and Self-Expression TPS39

lonliness-bookI’ve noticed that the finances of a lot of my clients show signs that aloneness is a feeling they are acting out through their money. Even those who are happily married or have children or have an active social and support system have an underlying feeling of disconnection. In this episode, I examine where this comes from and how the feeling can be replaced by something more comfortable. I also touch upon negative self-talk and willingness to be your true self. Continue reading

Great Advice from Internet Marketing Pioneer David Riklan TPS38

DavidRiklanDavid Riklan is the founder of, a site that gets over 10 million visitors a year. . He also publishes three email newsletters that go out to over 500,000 weekly subscribers on the topics of self-improvement, national health, relationships, and more. Continue reading

How to Use Your Story As Part of Your Branding with Carol Ross TPS37

Carol Ross RayNgPhoto croppedCarol Ross is an engineer turned career coach, speaker and writer. Since 2003, she has helped misfits find their place in the world. Through story-telling, she helps clients—who often think of themselves as outsiders–to become known, liked, and trusted. The result is to stand out and belong, at the same time. Continue reading

Organize Your Life with Dana Rayburn TPS36

Rayburnhead1Many entrepreneurs and practitioners deal with either office or home clutter – or both. Dana Rayburn is an internationally known ADHD Coach who helps people live more successfully with ADHD while they get and stay organized. Dana’s unique and practical techniques for getting organized for the basis of her life, her business and her book, Organized for Life. Continue reading

Let Go of Your Story and Find Your Destiny TPS35

your-story“When you hold on to your history, you do it at the expense of your destiny.” – TD Jakes. Letting go of your story doesn’t mean never talking about your past. As a matter of fact if you have overcome a difficult past, your story can serve as inspiration for others. The idea is to get past the emotional charge connected to the story and to stop identifying the story as the truth of you. Continue reading

Effective Copywriting for Web and Email with Daniel Levis TPS34

daniel_image3Many websites don’t get the results their owners hope for because the copy on the site is ineffective. Writing for the web requires an understanding of direct response advertising, which means you want the reader to respond as a result of reading the copy. Our guest today, Daniel Levis, is an experienced direct response writer and coach and shares helpful tips. Continue reading

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