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47 minutes | Oct 7, 2022
Delegating Can Help You Focus with Jeff J. Hunter
This was a fun conversation with Jeff J. Hunter. Our goal was to talk about how delegating helped him focus and then become a successful business owner of multiple companies. We also touched on a few other topics like why you need to have a hard job in life and the importance of being persistent in your quest to find answers. The biggest takeaway that Jeff learned was that he became more productive after seeking help...delegating work he didn't like to do. He was a project manager that was handling at least 50 different projects at the same time. This stressed him out and couldn't handle all the documentation required for the multiple projects assigned to him. He created VA Staffing and is now helping other business owners be successful by delegating what they don't want to do. Jeff also has a marketing company called Branded Media. Learn more about him at jeffjhunter.com or on LinkedIn.
39 minutes | Sep 19, 2022
Values Help You Stay Grounded with Eileen Mendel
Eileen Mendel is a Business Management Consultant and Founder of The Balanced Millionaire and an Executive Coach. She provides a lot of valuable advice in this podcast episode. The best tip from Eileen Mendel was "If you are aligned to Your Core Values, you have powerful tools to get you back on track no matter what comes along to derail your goals and vision." She also shared a great analogy (I love analogies) about dealing with a hurricane. You need to hold on to something, bend and be flexible. Learn more about her at The Balanced Millionaire and on LinkedIn.
32 minutes | Sep 12, 2022
Connection With Children and Developing Their Thinking Skills
Our culture talks a lot about the importance of creativity, healthy eating, and exercise. We also need to emphasize the importance of thinking...you don't really learn from just receiving instant information. If you're a grandparent, one simple thing you can do is read to the kids and have conversations about the content. Marc Joseph (aka Gramps Jeffrey) created a children's book, I Don't Want to Turn Three, during the pandemic for his grandchildren. This connection he made with his grandchildren was an inspiration to work on a series now. I love that people are sharing their knowledge in different ways. Learn more about his mission at https://grampsjeffrey.com You can also check out https://babyboomer.org
50 minutes | Sep 6, 2022
On a Mission to Inspire Others with Taj Brah
Taj Brah is the author of "I Can't Rap But I Can Write." And he's on a mission to inspire others through content creation. He has dealt with a lot of adversity in life like many others. Focusing on the positive perspective helps deal with those different type of situations. We both have a similar positive mindset and that helps connect you with others. You can learn more about him at https://linktr.ee/tajbrah
26 minutes | Aug 29, 2022
Own Your Cancer Journey with Bill C. Potts
What an inspiring conversation with Bill C. Potts. He has dealt with cancer six times so far and shares the importance of advocating for yourself. Three main takeaways: How he turned pain to purpose. Why Exercise is therapy. Dealing with the financial stress of cancer treatment. Bill decided to write a book, Up For the Fight, while he's been dealing with cancer reoccurrences. This book is a valuable guide to navigating a cancer journey...not just as the patient, but as a caregiver too. Learn more about him at https://billcpotts.com. I recommend to grab the book on Amazon for yourself or as a gift for someone dealing with cancer.
51 minutes | Aug 21, 2022
The Future of Life with George Chanos
In this conversation with George Chanos, he points out that knowledge will empower you. Awareness is key and helps prepare you for change. Part of creating awareness is understanding your values to survive, your core principles, and your authenticity. A heart attack in 2012 changed his perspective on life. George is now on a legacy mission to make sure the younger generation, especially his daughter, is prepared for the future of life. George practiced law for 30 years, was the Attorney General for Arizona, successful in business, and an author. His goal is to give away 1 million copies of the ebook version of Millennial Sumarai: A Mindset for the 21st Century. You can download it here: https://millennialsamurai.com/
30 minutes | Aug 6, 2022
Evolution of Being an Entrepreneur with Lucas Marino
Lucas Marino is a successful entrepreneur that straddles the line of art and science. His passion for creativity and logical things, like science, came together after his military service. He learned through experiences that in order to become a successful entrepreneur you need to solidify your mindset first, create a plan, and take it one step at a time. Lucas's passion for guiding others shines in this conversation. His main focus right now is helping others launch and sustain online training businesses. Learn more and connect with him at https://www.marinotraining.com/
35 minutes | Jul 27, 2022
Being a Resilient Dad
Pat Di Domenico is very brave to share his story. Many men don't like to be vulnerable and share the negative aspects of life. He has a background where he wasn't involved much with his father and didn't get to share many experiences. His father was an alcoholic and used that to cope with life and emotions. They had connected again and it was only because Pat's younger brother passed away. That was a traumatic day. Pat is taking the lessons learned from those experiences to be a better father and role model for his sons. This inspired him to create a podcast called The Resilient Dad, Finding the Answers Within. It's a voice for fathers. Website - https://www.resilientdad.com/ Connect on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/resilient_dad/
7 minutes | Jul 17, 2022
The West Point Tour
It was recommended to share my book, Expecting the Good, through reading each chapter out loud. Challenge accepted. :) This reading is about the unexpected tour of West Point that I was offered while doing research for the book. "Expecting the Good" book is a tribute to Jean-Luc Nash, a badass with a big heart. He was a West Point graduate, Special Forces Officer, Army Ranger, 82nd Airborne Commander, and Defense Attaché. What people like Jean-Luc Nash do is essential to protecting our country. This allows people like you and me to create, write, pursue our interests - whatever they are - and have the opportunity to make something of ourselves. Jean-Luc made a positive impact by being a great role model for our country, his community, and his family. He inspired many to improve themselves, not be afraid to try new things, explore, and have the courage to do what is right at any given moment. Link to watch the video on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wPdCNlODog&t=14s https://brigittecutshall.com/books
16 minutes | Jun 26, 2022
Expecting the Good - Introduction Part 2
It was recommended to share my book, Expecting the Good, through reading each chapter out loud. Challenge accepted. :) Here is Part 2 of the Introduction section, which focuses on: What an Intrapreneur is Why You Should take Responsibility of Who You Choose to Be What a Silent Leader is This book is a tribute to my stepfather, Jean-Luc Nash, a badass with a big heart. He was a West Point graduate, Special Forces Officer, Army Ranger, 82nd Airborne Commander, and Defense Attaché. What people like Jean-Luc Nash do is essential to protecting our country. This allows people like you and me to create, write, pursue our interests - whatever they are - and have the opportunity to make something of ourselves. Jean-Luc made a positive impact by being a great role model for our country, his community, and his family. He inspired many to improve themselves, not be afraid to try new things, explore, and have the courage to do what is right at any given moment. Link to watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoEma1Jog78&t=19s https://brigittecutshall.com/books
7 minutes | Jun 16, 2022
Expecting the Good - Introduction
It was recommended to share my book, Expecting the Good, through reading each chapter out loud. Challenge accepted. :) This book is a tribute to my stepfather, Jean-Luc Nash, a badass with a big heart. He was a West Point graduate, Special Forces Officer, Army Ranger, 82nd Airborne Commander, and Defense Attaché. What people like Jean-Luc Nash do is essential to protecting our country. This allows people like you and me to create, write, pursue our interests - whatever they are - and have the opportunity to make something of ourselves. Jean-Luc made a positive impact by being a great role model for our country, his community, and his family. He inspired many to improve themselves, not be afraid to try new things, explore, and have the courage to do what is right at any given moment. Link to watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZN60c_P_A8 https://brigittecutshall.com/books
19 minutes | Jun 10, 2022
Delivering Value for Others with Brad Johnson
"Music can speak with a way words cannot." Music is one of the ways many people find comfort. Brad always had a passion for music and writing. He has a calm demeanor, is a drummer, and loves to play hard rock and metal music. He is in the process of writing a non-fiction book series to serve other writers and build an independent career. Learn more about him at Bradley Johnson Productions, his music Second Wind, and his writing on Medium.
30 minutes | May 31, 2022
Health Matters for Everyone
Another great conversation about health. Fungai Ndemera describes herself as "a woman who wears a lot of hats." Fungai is a successful tech entrepreneur and lives in the U.K. She wants to tackle health inequality and is on a mission to make health accessible for everyone through digital transformation, based on her research regarding social determinants of health. Learn more about her at https://www.fungaindemera.org/ Connect with her on LinkedIn too.
6 minutes | Apr 24, 2022
Doing Work That Matters to You
Found this audio created a few years ago and re-sharing. Thought it could provide value to you. Brigitte Cutshall shares her three general guidelines you can follow to help do the work that matters to you. This will help identify and determine your core values. #measurewhatmatters #guidelines #values Leave a comment and you'll get a response. It would be an honor to connect with you. 1. Please subscribe to the YouTube channel https://youtube.com/realthingsliving 2. Check out my website at https://brigittecutshall.com 3. You can connect on Instagram and LinkedIn
22 minutes | Apr 14, 2022
How to think about Self-Care with Stacy Fehlinger
Keeping it simple helps you develop and create a lifestyle habit that's best for you. The best takeaway from my conversation with Stacy Fehlinger is this: do something small every single day that brings you joy. After losing 65 pounds about 20 years ago, other women were inspired by Stacy's accomplishment and wanted to know how she did it. This inspired her to leave the corporate world, become a health coach 6 years ago, and now provides a program called L.E.A.N. for Life. Learn more about her at www.MyHealthCoachStacy.com Watch the video clip shared on YouTube - https://youtube.com/realthingsliving
36 minutes | Mar 11, 2022
From Writing Professor to Pro Writer with Kent Sanders
We all know that having a plan to reach a goal will help you succeed. Kent Sanders shares his barometer for success on this episode. Some people think that Kent just randomly quit his job as a Writing Professor to become a Pro Writer. No. He actually put together a strategic plan and it took almost five years to make that transition. He's proof that you can make money as a writer! He was a Pastor prior to being a Writing Professor and misses the working routine at the College sometimes ... but definitely is grateful to be able to make more money while still helping others. Kent also hosts The Daily Writer Podcast. You can connect with him at KentSanders.net
26 minutes | Mar 2, 2022
You Are Not Your Audience with Ernie Verdugo
What's the biggest mistake that people do with YouTube growth? Ernesto (aka Ernie) shares how his YouTube channel grew after learning from his mistakes and developing a 3-step process for success. Ernesto uploads incredibly useful content to his YouTube Channel, Speak Internationally, on a weekly basis. He is an Award Winning Speaker and Virtual Communications Expert. You can connect with him at Better Call Ernie.
43 minutes | Feb 21, 2022
Building Hopefulness with Fabrice Guerrier
Fabrice is the founder of Syllble with the goal to create change through words and storytelling. Syllble is a science fiction and fantasy production company for writers and creatives. He recently moved from the East Coast to the West Coast to envision his purpose. That purpose became a mission to build hopefulness, a work of healing. Participating in the altMBA gave him permission to create, the importance to push out of your comfort zone and embrace change. You can learn more about him at Fabrice Guerrier and Syllble.
12 minutes | Feb 18, 2022
How you can be more mindful
The Art of Mindfulness in today's world is about developing the right habits for you. Because you are your habits. In this episode, I share an example of being in the moment and 6 ways you can implement mindfulness to each day. Here is link to my original blog post about this topic - You Are Your Habits.
6 minutes | Feb 2, 2022
Book to Screenwriting Adaptation Journey
It takes a lot of courage to write and share your content via book. What about adapting that book into a screenplay? I'm sharing the journey about this process with my book "Expecting the Good: Inspiration from a Badass with a Big Heart." Here is link with Hannah Cranfill as a guest on the Real Things Living podcast - about our experience creating a short film together: The "Adaptations" short film backstory.
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