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The Own Up Grown-Up Podcast
5 minutes | Dec 21, 2017
Episode 32: This is a better way to set goals in 2018
The holidays are almost here and once that's over, it's time for...New Year's Resolutions. If you want your resolutions or goals to stick this year, consider how you want to feel by the end of 2018 instead of what you want to have gained by then. I learned this technique from Danielle Laporte's "Desire Map" book and think it will really help you too. Happy holidays and all the best in 2018.
15 minutes | Dec 14, 2017
Episode 31: Peter Hofman Rytter on Defining Your Dream and Working Remotely
Email marketer and digital nomad Peter Hofmann Rytter shares what it's like to run a business (with your girlfriend) while moving from country to country. Find more on https://www.ownupgrownup.com
9 minutes | Dec 7, 2017
Episode 30: Find a remote work schedule that works, with Angela Hathaway
Angela Hathaway, a PR specialist, shares what it's like working while traveling. She shares some great tips for remote workers and digital nomads who are trying to balance work with adventure. https://www.ownupgrownup.com/angela-hathaway
17 minutes | Nov 30, 2017
Episode 29: The Challenges and Benefits of Being a Freelancer Writer, with Nadia Eldemerdash
Freelance writer and editor, Nadia Eldemerdash, shares her experiences writing for a living. Learn more at https://www.ownupgrownup.com/nadia-eldemerdash
29 minutes | Nov 23, 2017
Episode 28: Blogging for business with Imogen Lamport
Image Consultant Imogent Lamport shares how she started and grew her fashion blog, as well as some tips on how to make money sharing your ideas on the internet.
5 minutes | Nov 16, 2017
Episode 27: announcing the remote work miniseries
Are you tired of the office? Would you like to work from home? As someone who has worked for about 10 years in different remote work situations (8 years part-time and the last 2 years full-time) I can share the challenges and positives of working from home. In this miniseries you'll hear from other freelancers, small business owners and remote employees what it's like to work from home, travel, and operate from a laptop.
25 minutes | Jul 27, 2017
Episode 26: Life, goals and finding your purpose with Lisa Michaud
Lisa Michaud joins me for a second interview where we discuss how to set and achieve goals, without sacrificing everything. She shares some great insights she's gained from her coaching practice. Learn more at www.ownupgrownup.com
20 minutes | Jul 20, 2017
Episode 25: Lisa Michaud gets a wake-up call
Lisa Michaud is an executive coach in British Columbia, Canada. She was living the dream life, "ticked all the boxes" when she received a devastating health scare. This caused her to change many things with her life and she's now running her own business, helping women have it all. Learn more at www.ownupgrownup.com
41 minutes | Jul 13, 2017
Episode 24: How to fly a plane while building it with Angela Cote
Angela Cote shares her story growing up working in her father's very successful business, M&M Meat Shops. It wasn't the perfect fit though. After some hard work, Angela found her sweet spot, helping franchisors grow their businesses. She has great advice for anyone who's grown into a legacy, but want to chart their own path.
13 minutes | Jul 6, 2017
Episode 23: Miles Garvey's cool idea—a social referral network
Wouldn't you love free advertising? Swapitti is a social advertising or social referral network created by Miles Garvey, and I think it has potential to change the way we advertise. Check it out the episode at www.ownupgrownup.com.
26 minutes | Jun 29, 2017
Episode 22: Overcoming doubt and discouragement with Miles Garvey
Miles Garvey, creator of the social referral network Swapitti, shares what life was like growing up in rural and then suburban Minnesota, why he moved to Canada and how he has overcome some big life challenges while keeping his entrepreneurial fire stoked.
13 minutes | Jun 22, 2017
Episode 21: Part 2 of finding your purpose with Sashka Hanna Rappl
Sashka Hanna Rappl shares why feeling stuck is a good thing. She also shares four tips for getting un-stuck and tells me what her favourite autobiography is.
19 minutes | Jun 15, 2017
Episode 20: Discovering your brand, finding your purpose with Sashka Hanna Rappl
Sashka Hanna Rappl is a multi-talented entertainer, branding expert and mom of three who follows her soul purpose. And in this episode we’re going to talk a little about what a soul purpose is and how you can find yours too. Learn more at www.ownupgrownup.com
11 minutes | Jun 8, 2017
Episode 19: Part 2 with Kyla Plaxton of Release Acupressure and why I love podcasting
Want to try acupressure? Listen to this interview with Kyla Plaxton of Release Acupressure, where she leads me through a simple headache-relieving move that you can try right now. Find more at www.ownupgrownup.com
29 minutes | Jun 1, 2017
Episode 18: Talkin' 'bout life and acupressure with Kyla Plaxton
Acupressurist Kyla Plaxton talks about how she learned about self-healing and changed her life from lost and angry to found and fulfilled. Check out more at www.ownupgrownup.com
16 minutes | May 25, 2017
Episode 17: Travel, humility, and making friends in new places with MJ Sacco
In part two of my interview with world traveler MJ Sacco, we learn that travel has much more to offer than stunning vistas and good food. MJ shares stories of amazing relationships he's made, and what travel brings to his life.
21 minutes | May 18, 2017
Episode 16: See the world in a different way with MJ Sacco
MJ Sacco has been to 30 countries and he's only 29 years old. He's just headed off for another worldwide adventure and shares how travel has shaped his life, made him more confident and brought many new friends into his life.
10 minutes | May 11, 2017
Episode 15: Sweet dreams and sleep tips from yours truly
Do you have trouble sleeping? Podcast host, Rikki Ayers, has been on a mission to get back sleep. In this episode she shares tips that have helped her get more quality Zs.
42 minutes | May 4, 2017
Episode 14: So you want to be a freelance writer, with Laura Pennington
Laura Pennington made six figures in her first 18 months as a freelance writer. In this episode, she shares tips to help you figure out if this is right career for you. We also talk about the reality of being a freelance writer - it's not all suntans and cocktails!
28 minutes | Apr 27, 2017
Episode 13: Creativity can pay the bills if you're strategic, with Megan Close Zavala
Megan Close Zavala is a book coach who helps authors build an audience and share their gifts with the world. In this episode, we talk about publishing, why you don't need to go to college right after high school, and how the world works in mysterious ways to bring us back to our real purpose.
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