Today on the show, we have Nicole Holland. Nicole is the founder of The Nicole Holland Show (formally known as The Business Building Rockstar Show) and has a special talent for asking really great questions that bring out the best in a podcast guest, their brand and essence of their business and their story. In this episode, we’re going to hear some really sage advice on how to conduct amazing podcast interviews that make your guests feel awesome and encourage your audience to lean in and move forward with you.
Mark England has some amazing insights to share today about how you can change your internal story to empower and create oppurtunities in your business.
Today is my birthday. Not the day that I recorded this podcast, but the day that I published this podcast. I want to share some of my reflections over this last year and some of what I want to bring into this next year. So I’ve put together a list of some of my biggest wins from this year to celebrate. Some of the biggest lessons I learned, and some of the things I really want to bring into my next year.
You can learn a lot about yourself from how you respond to mistakes and the kind of mistakes you find yourself making a lot. On this episode of The Story Engine Podcast I explore the complications that have arisen with the promotion of my new book and how there can be success despite complications.
Jill Stanton shares the evolution of Screw the Nine to Five, her own philosophies, and the decision to put her values above profit.
There is a cost to doing nothing. Sometimes even, a very high price. Every entrepreneur, coach, influencer, storyteller, anyone with a message should understand the cost of doing nothing, of not taking action, of not signing up for your course, your coaching program or working with you as a consultant
People are missing out if they don’t work with you and you need to be able to communicate that clearly.