On today’s episode, I am talking for the second time with Dr. Joan Rosenberg. We had a great conversation the first time, but after the show was over we realized there had been something we had missed and that was a discussion around hidden and suppressed grief. This is something that shows up in many different ways for many different people but it’s an essential element to master if you are an entrepreneur, creative, or really anyone that wants to understand and get better at this as we navigate these uncertain times. I talked to Joan about her process of understanding, uncovering, and working with grief and transforming that into gold. We talk about transforming it into something you can improve your life with and make meaning from.
Joan I. Rosenberg, PhD, creator of Emotional Mastery™ and Emotional Mastery Training™, is a highly regarded expert psychologist, master clinician, trainer, and consultant. As a cutting edge psychologist who is known as an innovative thinker, trainer, and speaker, Joan has shared her life-changing ideas and models for emotional mastery, change, and personal growth in professional and educational seminars, psychotherapy sessions, and graduate psychology teaching.
It’s hard to find good critical feedback these days. It’s much more common to come across praise and cheerleading in this world, or equally shallow insults and criticism. To successfully find those gems of feedback requires a deep understanding of yourself, and of those around you.
On today’s episode, I am talking with Samantha Hartley. Today we are talking about entrepreneurship. We specifically focus on how to make your business and process profitable and joyful.
Before starting her business in 2000, Samantha worked in international marketing for The Coca-Cola Company in Russia and later led Strategic Channel Marketing for Asia from Coke headquarters in Atlanta, GA. When she is not working, she enjoys deep spiritual discussions with her husband and their friends or enjoying the beaches and trails with her dogs. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College and studied theatre and Russian language in Leningrad and Moscow. She speaks fluent Russian and bad French, Spanish and sign language, and was classically trained in French cuisine and patisserie at the Ritz-Escoffier Ecole de Gastronomie in Paris, France.
Samantha shared many great insights and practical strategies that can be used to create a coaching or consulting business and make it both profitable and joyful. So get out there, take that risk, and go for it.
In today’s episode, I am talking with Jake Jorgovan. He is one of the elite few that have returned to the show for a second time because they have something that I just think is so interesting that I just had to bring him back again so we can dig a little bit deeper. We are talking about coaching skills as a way to uplift and enhance your team.
The process of presenting makes you a better entrepreneur, coach or influencer. In this article, I will outline some of the unexpected benefits of presenting.
On today’s episode, I am talking with Laura Gale. She is a master copywriter, author, and content creator. We explore language and storytelling in many different areas. We talk about what it means to be prolific and practical steps to take to be more prolific. Laura shares so much amazing information for creating your own powerful piece of work including some important questions to ask as you are writing.