Aprille Janes has many years of experience as a business consultant in corporate, but she left the corporate life and now works as a small business coach, speaker, and host of the Bolder Business Podcast. Her favorite focus is helping purpose-driven entrepreneurs leverage the power of story for sales and marketing so they can stand out, become memorable, and close more business.
Finding the Courage to Tell You Who I Am
Like many of you, I have managed to find a way to seem “normal” in a world where there really is no normal. Now, it’s time for me to modify the proper business woman persona I have developed and let the playful, creative part of me come out. I hope you’ll join me and let your “real” self express itself.
Build a Business that Is in Alignment with Your Spirit:
Indigo Ocean Dutton is a prolific entrepreneur, social innovator and author. She is founder of Awaken Business Consulting, Aspiratech, and the Phone Buddies Online Peer Counseling Community. She is also the author of “Being Bliss” and “Micro Habits for Major Happiness.” The Awaken motto is, “Transform your business, transform your life,” because Indigo believes that the work we do in the world is an integral part of our path of spiritual awakening.
Today I talk about a problem faced by many entrepreneurs – income that goes up and down – Income ups and downs, dealing with them gracefully. Because entrepreneurs are an optimistic bunch, they often think, during the up times, that there won’t be another down and they don’t plan on the income cycles.
My guest today is Kathleen Gage, who has been doing business on the internet for many years – an internet marketer. She’s the author of Power Up for Profits: The Smart Woman’s Guide to Online Marketing and her mission is to inspire you to live fully, play full out, generate great revenue, and leave a lasting legacy.
On the day we changed our clocks in the U.S., I gave a talk at a gathering in Santa Fe about how people are often affected by change. My question for the group was, “What have you not done that you wanted to do because you were afraid of the consequences of making a big change?”
Too many smart, spiritually connected, talented individuals are blocked by anxieties, resentments, and overwhelm in their money lives. Rev. Karen Russo, MBA, award-winning author of The Money Keys believes these struggles are not necessary— and certainly don’t lead to masterful personal, spiritual and financial success!
In this provocative conversation, you’ll discover:
- Why ‘money issues’ just don’t magically disappear for many spiritual seekers
- The 3 money traps that keep you anxious, angry and overwhelmed about money
- How to apply 3 universal spiritual principles and weekly prosperity practices to overcome those challenges immediately so you can access peace of mind, creative freedom and financial order!
The Prosperity Show is about building your professional practice from the inside out. Developing your inner awareness and focusing on your own physical and emotional health makes it much easier to express yourself authentically and profitably through your business and professional practice.
Today I take a look at two questions on topics raised by listeners – 1. The time it takes to change your financial identity and 2. Why it is so important to express emotions. Time and emotions.
Jordan E. Goodman is “America’s Money Answers Man” and a nationally-recognized expert on personal finance. He is a regular guest on numerous radio and television call-in shows across the country, answering questions on personal financial topics. He appears frequently on The View, Fox News Network, Fox Business Network, CNN, CNBC and CBS evening news.
For 18 years, Jordan was on the editorial staff of Money magazine, where he served as Wall Street correspondent. While at Money, he reported and wrote on virtually every aspect of personal finance. In addition, he served as weekly financial analyst on NBC News at Sunrise for 9 years and the daily business news commentator on Mutual Broadcasting System’s America in the Morning show for 8 years.
I was a compulsive debtor and have had a lot of experience dealing with debt. In this episode I talk about how my family background set the stage for my debting, including when my father went bankrupt. I also offer some insight into how you might be using debt to express habitual emotions.