Research shows that certain childhood experiences are predictive of health and emotional problems later in life. In this episode, I explore how these messages can affect your business and finances and offer some suggestions for reversing the effects of these experiences.
Rick Martinez is an award winning entrepreneur, nurse, veteran, speaker, and the founder of Project BINK. He brings a wealth of experience – and tremendous passion – for impacting lives. His early business success prompted San Antonio Business Journal to name him one of the city’s “40 Under 40.” His first company, a medical services contracting company, would go on to become one of the US Small Business Administration’s Top 100 companies. Rick was awarded the prestigious Jefferson Award for public service, further embodying his spirit of giving back and serving others.
Rick’s book is BINK: The New Movement to Find Meaning in Four Easy Steps
A lot of prosperity teachers and money coaches say that your self-worth equals your net worth. I don’t agree with this. There are a lot of high net worth people who have a low self-image while people with relatively few assets feel good about themselves and their lives. Low self-image can be used as an excuse.
David Ralph is the host of Join Up Dots, an inspiring podcast where David interviews interesting and successful entrepreneurs during which he takes his guests on a journey to meet with their younger selves, based on the iconic speech made by Steve Jobs back in 2005.
He is also the founder of Podcasters Mastery, and Dream Starter Academy where using online tutorials and support he guides members through a simple six-stage formula to create the life of their dreams and a business that the love.
If you think having more money would solve your problems, think again! If you worry about not having enough or running out of money, if you feel stuck financially or burdened by debt, if you think you don’t get paid enough or you don’t make enough to save anything, then listen to this episode. Read more
Julia Kelly is a former hippie, world traveller, accounting school graduate and theme-park artist who built a six-figure business drawing caricatures while going to school full time. She is a digital caricature artist who specializes in using caricatures to help companies get more leads at trade shows.
Your feelings are the bridge between your internal and external worlds. Feelings inform your behaviors and determine your business and financial outcomes. The question is, do you feel wealthy, or do you habitually feel poor, not matter how much you have. Do you habitually function at a less-than, just-enough, or slightly-more-than level. To truly be wealthy, you have to feel wealthy.
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.
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.
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.