I first met today’s guest, David Ralph, in December, 2014 when he had me on his podcast, Join Up Dots. It was actually an interview that had a big impact on me because he was really interested in the story about how I gave everything I owned away. His positive response helped me see the value of sharing that story. David has a great story of his own. He showed a lot of courage when he left the corporate world where he had been for over 20 years as a trainer and started his podcast. He now has a top-rated podcast and teaches other people how to make podcasting work for them.
Robyn Benson, a DOM, and longtime practitioner of integrative medicine, is the founder of Santa Fe Soul Center for Optimal Health, the Self-Care Revolution and the Healthy Travelers Global Summit. She is also the author of the international bestselling book Travel with Vitality. In her private practice, she combines her expertise in acupuncture with her extensive knowledge of herbs, IV therapies and cutting-edge energy medicine to help her patients achieve sustainable health. A mother of two, adventure enthusiast, author and speaker, Dr. Benson resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
J.D. Roth is an accidental personal-finance expert. In 2006, he started the award-winning site, www.GetRichSlowly.org, where he chronicled his journey out of debt to financial prosperity. He went on to write Your Money: The Missing Manual, as well as the “Your Money” column for Entrepreneur magazine. Today he writes about mastering your money (and your life) at his new site, www.MoneyBoss.com.
Joe Sanok is a top speaker, mental health counselor, business consultant, and podcaster. He is the host of the #1 podcast for counselors, The Practice of the Practice Podcast. Joe is also a writer for Psych Central, has been featured on the Huffington Post, Bustle, and Yahoo News. He is a keynote speaker, author of five books, and is a top consultant and a really successful business guy. Read more
Everything about us is a habit. In order to alter your life outcomes, you have to develop different habits and be aware of the patterns in your life and intentionally change it to have different and better results. In this episode, I talk about how to recognize and change the habits that are holding you back.
Henry Lopez has over 34 years of diverse business experience, including successful careers in the information technology industry, sales, sales training and business ownership. He is the CEO of Levantae Business Group and host of the podcast The How of Business. In addition to Levante, he is also currently co-owner of a self-serve frozen yogurt restaurant in Colorado Springs, and a Travel Agency co-founded with his wife.
“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. Read more
If you’ve ever felt stuck, you’ll want to listen to today’s episode. David Shriner-Cahn is the host of the business podcast, smashing the Plateau, the resource for business leaders who feel they have stalled. As President of TEND Strategic Partners, David works with business leaders who need to get unstuck from a mid-career plateau where they may be in danger of losing the spark that has helped them succeed.
The question that goes to my mind is do you know what your income potential is? The concept is so far beyond what a person might be earning presently and it’s really just a fantasy number. What are your goals? Are your goals realistic? It has taken me 75 years to get here. Good thing is, I don’t think it has to take you that long.
In this episode I talk about the realities of creating online courses: The time involved, the marketing investment, and what the potential really is for making money. There are many people claiming that you can make large sums of money with online courses. This is true for some, but it takes lots of work – and lots of marketing.