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Business Mindset Podcast with Holly Worton| Business Mindset for Women Entrepreneurs

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330 Holly Worton ~ How to Develop Your Own Inner Compass

Nov 18, 2019 23:50

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330 Holly Worton ~ How to Develop Your Own Inner Compass

 

Today’s Guest I'm back again, with another solo episode! For about a decade of my life, I got way off track. I got involved with a person who was very manipulative and who engaged in gaslighting on a regular basis (what's that? Read this article). I totally lost touch with myself, and completely lost my inner compass - my trust in myself and in my decisions. You see, I made a series of bad decisions that got me into that situation to begin with, and which also kept me there for far too long. It was really, really hard to make different decisions to get myself out of there - I simply didn't trust myself. I understood the concept of a "true north" or inner compass, but I didn't have one. I had lost it.   Whether you've lost your inner compass or whether you've got one (but it's not quite what you'd like), this episode is for you. It will help you to trust yourself and to make better decisions for yourself, so you can create the life you want to live. Ultimately, only YOU know what's best for you. Listen To This Episode

    

What You'll Learn

What is your inner compass

How to work on developing your inner compass

Dos and don'ts to changing your decision-making habits

How to trust yourself

How to more easily make decisions

Things I Discussed

285 Holly Worton ~ How to Trust in Yourself & Trust That Everything is Working Out

The Covert Passive-Aggressive Narcissist: Recognizing the Traits and Finding Healing After Hidden Emotional and Psychological Abuse, Debbie Mirza

Discover Your True North, Bill George

315 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Who Am I?” (now with downloadable transcript!)

316 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Where Am I?” (now with downloadable transcript!)

317 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Where Am I Going?” (now with downloadable transcript!)

239 Holly Worton ~ How to Quit the Comparison Game for Good (now with downloadable transcript!)

Who am I? Taking a look at values

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329 Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ How To Get Past Your Addiction To Busyness

Nov 11, 2019 47:09

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Joanna Hennon and I are back with another co-hosted episode! Today, we talk about how to get past your addiction to busyness. I’ve talked about this before, in episode 321 on How to Balance Your Focus Between the Journey and the Destination. This is something I really struggle with: I now give myself permission to take time off and rest when I need to...yet I feel guilty about it, which kind of defeats the purpose.

I thought I had broken my addiction to busyness, but Joanna pointed out to me that the fact that I have so much guilt over being un-busy means that it’s still alive and kicking. I was a bit shocked when she said that to me before we started recording, and I also knew she was right. Life is a balance: between effort and ease, between work and rest, between being busy and un-busy.

Every moment of every day, we have a choice, and unfortunately many of us do not make this a conscious choice. We just DO. We’re so focused on DOING that we often forget to FEEL. As Joanna says in this episode, we’re so focused on our goals that we forget the journey — and even worse, we forget that the journey is OUR LIFE.

Let that sink in for a minute.

I wish you a lifetime of balance, from here on out. I know that experiencing balance is like building a muscle: we’ve got to choose it, regularly and consistently. It takes work. It takes effort. And it’s worth it.

I hope you find this episode useful, as always! I know I did.

  More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

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  What You’ll Learn What is addiction to busyness + why it’s a problem Why we glorify busyness + hard work + DOING What’s the difference between busyness + hard work Why we’re so unwilling to be un-busy How we entangle our self worth + identity with our busyness Why we find it so hard for us to say that we’re doing well How to disengage from the hustle mentality when it’s all around us How to put in effort without stressing yourself out with hustle How to give yourself permission to be un-busy — guilt-free How to know when you actually need to push yourself How to balance enjoying life + achieving things How to enjoy the journey as you work toward your goals   Things We Discussed 321 Holly Worton ~ How to Balance Your Focus Between the Journey and the Destination (now with downloadable transcript!) Chillpreneur: The New Rules for Creating Success, Freedom, and Abundance on Your Terms, by Denise Duffield Thomas  Denise Duffield-Thomas  The Soul Space Ann Wilson  Danielle LaPorte Fabeku Money, A Love Story: Untangle Your Financial Woes and Create the Life You Really Want, by Kate Northrup   Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Click here to subscribe via Spotify   Help Spread the Word

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328 Holly Worton ~ How to Add More Adventure to Your Life

Nov 4, 2019 24:19

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328 Holly Worton ~ How to Add More Adventure to Your Life

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! If you listened to last week's episode, then you know that I've been working on my year-end review and also planning my 2020. While looking at the list of things I want to do in the new year, I realized that a lot of the activities I've got planned are things that satisfy my need for adventure.

This got me thinking: is everyone else planning adventures for their new year? Adventure is something that's important to me, so I invite you to explore how you can add more adventure to your life. Adventures take us out of our comfort zone and challenge us. They add to our personal growth by giving us a new perspective and opening our minds. The break up our routines and fill us with excitement and joy.

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  What You'll Learn Why adventure is an important part of our lives How you can add more adventure to your life – even on a budget Lots of examples of little ways to spice up your routine How you can get started TODAY planning more adventures   Take Action TODAY Write down 50 adventures you'd like to do in the next 12 months. Really stretch yourself to fill out the list. Pick your top 3 that you'd like to get started with. Block off time in your calendar to get them done.   Things I Discussed 327 Holly Worton ~ How to Conduct Your Year-End Review When was the last time you did something for the first time? NNAS Gold with Teamwalking Plant Identification for Wild Food and Foraging – now called Plant Identification and Use  Lavender farm Victorious Festival South Downs Way  Shamanic Plant Spirit Apprenticeship  She Podcasts Live  Camino Portugués  Practical Ethnobotany and Plant Identification  Wildlife Tracking and Identification   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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327 Holly Worton ~ How to Conduct Your Year-End Review

Oct 28, 2019 28:40

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327 Holly Worton ~ How to Conduct Your Year-End Review

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! I had a real debate about what to cover in this week's episode, but as often happens, I'll be talking about what's been on my mind this week, and how you can apply it to your life. If you're in the northern hemisphere as I am, Samhain (1 November) is approaching. In many pagan traditions, this is the period from 31st October to the 2nd November (or 30th April to 2nd May in the southern hemisphere) when the Veil of Time is lifted, and we have access to the Otherworld. When we “return” to our everyday lives after Samhain is over, we're in a new cycle of our lives. Basically, a new year.

I always feel called to do my own personal yearly review around this time. It just feels natural, despite the fact that we've still got another two months until the end of the year on the Gregorian calendar. So if you're feeling ready to do your own yearly review and get ready for the new year, the timing of this episode will be perfect for you. If you're not feeling ready to do this work, then you might want to save it for December.

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  What You'll Learn Why it's so important to review your year How to do your year-end personal review The questions you need to ask yourself to do your own review

 

Things I Discussed 275 Holly Worton ~ It’s Samhain! Let Go of the Old & Welcome the New (now with downloadable transcript!) NNAS Gold with Mark Reid of Teamwalking  Woodcraft School Shamanic Plant Spirit Healing Apprenticeship  Back by Popular Demand: Quiz–Are You Drifting?  Leonie Dawson planners (scroll down to the bottom)    Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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326 Holly Worton ~ How to Speak Up, Find Your Voice, & Use It

Oct 21, 2019 28:50

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326 Holly Worton ~ How to Speak Up, Find Your Voice, & Use It

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Inspired by ShePodcasts Live in Atlanta, I'm talking about how to speak up and use your voice. In this episode, I share my story of being super quiet and shy for the vast majority of my life, and how I broke free from my quiet shell and got into using my voice to express myself through public speaking and podcasting. But of course, it's not all about me! I also discuss how YOU can get started speaking up, finding your voice, and using it.

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  What You'll Learn Signs you might want to speak up more Reasons why we don't speak up enough When it's okay to not speak up Why knowing yourself makes it easier to speak up How to get started speaking up + finding your voice + using it   Quote I Mention

“Our greatest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? Your playing small does not serve the world. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.”  ― Marianne Williamson

  Things I Discussed ShePodcasts Live Toastmasters   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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325 Holly Worton ~ Life Planning + Goals for Each Decade of Your Life

Oct 14, 2019 24:21

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325 Holly Worton ~ Life Planning + Goals for Each Decade of Your Life

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week's episode was inspired by an email from  listener Alex, who wrote:

“Nature helps me find my inner peace … It allows me to breathe better and even sometimes when I lie down comfortably on the ground floor next to flowers and grass, I then indulge into some private thinking time without any interruption. Have I come to any exciting realizations you ask? Well I can say I definitely have and my most recent one was establishing my life goals for the next 50-60 years from now. You might think it's ambitious, but I believe with a little help and fresh air, I'd established myself where I want to be in 50 years time. One such moment before the end of August, I was sat down with nature with a pen and paper and I plotted where and what I want to achieve in my 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and even my 60s and 70s! Sounds like a lot of hard work I'm preparing for, but I've a whole life to achieve these goals before I hope to die before I'm 100!"

Well, I was impressed! I certainly didn't have that level of clarity about my life when I was in my teens, much less my 20s. I didn't start really planning my life and setting my goals until I was in my mid-30s, which is pretty late. So I started thinking: what has each decade of my life been like so far? What do I want future decades to be like?

I spend a lot of time setting goals for each upcoming year, but it's been ages since I really took the time to look this far into the future. I think it's a fantastic exercise in life planning and reality creation, and I urge you to take the time to do the same. Essentially, this is a very detailed way of answering the last of The Three Questions (Who am I – Where am I – Where am I going).

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  What You'll Learn How to create a detailed vision for your life The questions you need to ask yourself to get clarity on each stage Distilling this vision down into goals for each decade of your life Why it's never too late to get started – and why this is vital to creating a happy life How to get started creating your life vision today     Things to Consider in Each Decade What does your career/business look/feel/sound like? What does your finance/money situation look/feel/sound like? Where are you in terms of personal growth? What does your health/wellness/fitness look/feel/sound like? What does your family look/feel/sound like? What do your friends and your social life look/feel/sound like? What does your spiritual life look/feel/sound like? How are you expressing yourself creatively? How are you giving back with your time/money? What do you want to be/do/have in each decade of your life? How do you want to feel? When do you want to retire, and what does retirement look like to you?   Things I Discussed Wheel of life 315 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Who Am I?” (now with downloadable transcript!) 316 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Where Am I?” (now with downloadable transcript!) 317 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Where Am I Going?” (now with downloadable transcript!)   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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324 Holly Worton ~ How to Keep Overwhelm From Becoming Burnout

Oct 7, 2019 27:23

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324 Holly Worton ~ How to Keep Overwhelm From Becoming Burnout

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week's episode is inspired by my super busy month and a half that I'm in the middle of. I'm very conscious of managing my time and energy levels, and I think I'm generally pretty good at time management, so I wanted to share with you what I've done to keep myself from reaching burnout, and how you can apply these tactics to your own life.

 

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  What You'll Learn The differences between stress, overwhelm, and burnout How to figure out what these three stages look like for YOU How to keep overwhelm from turning into burnout How to manage your time and energy levels to avoid burnout How to stop, evaluate, and plan your strategy to get through busy times How to identify priorities, non negotiables, and things only YOU can do The three essential self care practices that you need to keep in busy times – and the ones you can let go of

 

Things I Discussed 22 How to Go From Burnout to Brilliance, with Jayne Morris 293 Holly Worton ~ How to Get Back on Track & Get Sh!t Done After Illness or Burnout 304 Holly Worton ~ How To Prioritize When You Can’t Do It All Boomerang for Gmail   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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323 Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ Why Knowing Yourself is So Important and How to Get Started

Sep 30, 2019 49:41

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  Today's Guest

Joanna Hennon and I are back with another co-hosted episode! Today, we talk about why knowing yourself is so important. If you’ve been listening to my recent episodes from the past few months, you’ll know why this is such a big deal for me. I’ve been wanting to have this conversation with Joanna, because we always come to new realizations when we talk about things like this. We have a lot of a-ha moments in this episode!

  More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

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  What You’ll Learn What does it actually mean to know yourself Our journeys to getting to know yourselves - what that looked like Is knowing yourself really important? Why? Does who you are ever change? Can you be identity-fluid? What does it look like when you don’t really know yourself Why some people don’t want to really know themselves What are the benefits of knowing yourself well How knowing yourself can increase happiness Why knowing yourself is the precursor to self love + self acceptance How knowing yourself can benefit your intuition + soul connection Why self knowledge helps you make the right decisions for yourself - but it’s not a guarantee (and what you need to do once you have this self knowledge) Practical actions you can take to get to know yourself (and why you can start with just one thing - you don’t need a to do list of 27 action steps)

 

Things We Discussed Ann Wilson PSYCH-K® Joanna’s High Vibe Experiment   Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Click here to subscribe via Spotify   Help Spread the Word

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322 Holly Worton ~ How Much is Too Much Healing? Is There a Limit?

Sep 23, 2019 29:56

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322 Holly Worton ~ How Much is Too Much Healing? Is There a Limit?

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! As is often the case, this week's topic is about something that's been on my mind lately, and I wanted to share my thoughts with you. I doubt I'm the only person who ever wonders this! I have received a lot of healing in the past month and a half, ever since a really deep healing retreat that I went on. However, this healing was deceptively “gentle” (yet deep), and since I haven't been doing any mindset work with myself, I didn't realize how much healing I was actually doing.

Healing is change, and change can be stressful. We're stepping into a new version of ourselves, and sometimes into a new identity. This requires energy, and it requires downtime to integrate the healing and the changes.

Sometimes we need to take a look at all the inner work that we do and ask ourselves: is it too much? Do we need to press pause for a while? How much is too much?

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  What You'll Learn Is it possible to do too much healing and inner work? How to know how much is too much healing for YOU How to find the right balance for you (including the right therapies at the right time, and at the right frequency) What to do when you've reached your saturation point How to create new habits for healing moving forward   Things I Discussed 279 Holly Worton ~ Downtime: Are You Getting It? Oura ring Wheel of Life 315 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Who Am I?” (now with downloadable transcript!) 316 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Where Am I?” (now with downloadable transcript!) 317 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Where Am I Going?” (now with downloadable transcript!) Blog posts on “Who am I?”   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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321 Holly Worton ~ How to Balance Your Focus Between the Journey and the Destination

Sep 16, 2019 27:26

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321 Holly Worton ~ How to Balance Your Focus Between the Journey and the Destination

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week's topic is inspired by my recent walk along the 100-mile South Downs Way. This journey was very, very different from the first time I walked the trail: the first time, I focused on the destination more than the journey; this time, I focused the journey more than the destination. I know people always say that it's important to focus on the journey, and not the destination, but I don't agree with that. It's a delicate balance, because you kind of have to focus on both. In this episode, I discuss how to apply this concept to life.

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  What You'll Learn Why you need to focus on both the journey AND the destination How to balance your focus between the journey and the destination Whether or not we always have to know where we're going How to find joy in the journey Why it's important to evaluate the different paths to reach our goals How reviewing our progress along the way can increase the joy in our journey   Things I Discussed 318 Holly Worton ~ How to Be Goal Driven & Still Allow Yourself Flexibility 317 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Where Am I Going?” 304 Holly Worton ~ How To Prioritize When You Can’t Do It All   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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320 Holly Worton ~ Feeling Stuck? Open Up to Receive Creative Downloads Through "Nondoing"

Sep 9, 2019 19:13

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320 Holly Worton ~ Feeling Stuck? Open Up to Receive Creative Downloads Through

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! In this episode I talk about how to give yourself the time and space to receive creative downloads. Our lives often involve a time of action and a time of inaction. A time of ebb and flow. It's kind of hard for me to accept, because I generally prefer action. But sometimes it's the quiet moments where we need to give ourselves permission to make the time and space to let new creative ideas and downloads flow in. And sometimes, we feel frustrated because we're not being creative or expressing our creativity, or we're stuck for ideas, when really all we need to do is just sit and be. I hope you find this episode useful! It's a slightly shorter one today.

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  What You'll Learn How to give yourself permission to make time and space for creativity How to open up to receive creative downloads How this differs from alone time, downtime, and meditation How to let go of the guilt that might be keeping you from making this happen Other things you can do to help the creative juices flow    Things I Discussed 279: Holly Worton ~ Downtime: Are You Getting It? After the Ecstasy, the Laundry: How the Heart Grows Wise on the Spiritual Path, by Jack Kornfield    Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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319 Holly Worton ~ How to Let Go of the Past and Future to Focus on the Now

Sep 2, 2019 37:49

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319 Holly Worton ~ How to Let Go of the Past and Future to Focus on the Now

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week's episode is inspired by my weekly Akashic Records reading from Vickie Young.

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  What You'll Learn How to balance past, present, and future so you can focus on the NOW How to get clear on how YOU get unbalanced Different reasons why we get stuck in the past – and how to get unstuck The reasons why we get stuck in the future – and how to get unstuck Ways to disengage from past/future ruminating and return to the present What to do if you're stuck in the past/future because you don't like your present The magic question you need to ask yourself to get back on track    Things I Discussed Ho’oponopono 318 Holly Worton ~ How to Be Goal Driven & Still Allow Yourself Flexibility 317 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Where Am I Going?”   Other Resources 305 Joanna Hennon + Holly: How to Forgive, Even When You Don’t Want To 287 Holly Worton ~ How to Let Go of Worrying & Focus on What You Actually DO Want   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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318 Holly Worton ~ How to Be Goal Driven & Still Allow Yourself Flexibility

Aug 26, 2019 28:55

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318 Holly Worton ~ How to Be Goal Driven & Still Allow Yourself Flexibility

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week I'm talking about how to balance being  goal driven while at the same time allowing yourself breaks, space, and flexibility. This is something I've been struggling with lately, and this episode is for me as much as it is for you!

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  What You'll Learn How to prioritize your goals to avoid burnout How to manage your goal deadlines How to know when you might need to take a break How to know when you might need to re-evaluate deadlines + priorities Balancing between achieving goals and being flexible    Things I Discussed She Podcasts Live. If you can't attend live in Atlanta, the virtual ticket gets you access to every keynote, session, panel, and even some extra curricular activities online. You'll receive all materials after the event. 304 Holly Worton ~ How To Prioritize When You Can’t Do It All Asana   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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317 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Where Am I Going?”

Aug 19, 2019 24:26

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317 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Where Am I Going?”

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This is the third and final episode in a mini-series on what I call The Three Questions. I started two weeks ago with episode 315, where I helped you to answer the question “Who am I”? That's a massive question to answer, and I believe it's a life-long journey to self-knowledge. But we have to start somewhere, and I think it's probably best done in stages.

Last week, we looked at “Where am I?”, which explores where we are in life...right now. This is all the stuff that's temporary, that expresses what's going on for us at a particular stage of our lives. These are the things that we can change, if we don't like them. We looked at our mindset stuff, which makes up a part of the answer to this question: our fears, blocks, and limiting beliefs.

This is important stuff to dig up and look at so that we can answer the third question, which is the focus of this week's episode: “Where am I going?” Each question builds on the previous one. I hope you find this useful!

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  What You'll Learn Why it's so important to know yourself + what you want in life The risks that come from avoiding taking a good look at this stuff Why it's so important for us to look at this stuff How to get clear on where you want to be headed Why this is an important part of planning the life that you want for yourself    Things I Discussed Where am I going? blog posts Where am I going? Vision board 251: Holly Worton ~ How to Step Into a New Business Identity   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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316 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Where Am I?”

Aug 12, 2019 30:54

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316 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of “Where Am I?”

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This is the second in a mini-series of episodes on what I call The Three Questions. I started last week with episode 315, where I helped you to answer the question “Who am I”? That's a massive question to answer, and I believe it's a life-long journey to self-knowledge. But we have to start somewhere, and I think it's probably best done in stages.

This week, we're looking at “Where am I?”, which explores where we are in life...right now. This is all the stuff that's temporary, that expresses what's going on for us at a particular stage of our lives. These are the things that we can change, if we don't like them. We'll be looking at our mindset stuff, which makes up a part of the answer to this question: our fears, blocks, and limiting beliefs.

This is important stuff to dig up and look at so that we can answer the third question “Where am I going?” which will follow next week. Each questions builds on the previous one. I hope you find this useful!

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What You'll Learn How to distinguish between who you are and where you are Why it's so important to know yourself + where you are in your life The risks that come from avoiding taking a good look at this stuff Why it's so important – and why it can be challenging – for us to look at this stuff How to get clear on where you are in your life right now Why this is an important part of planning the life that you want for yourself Things I Discussed Where am I? blog posts Wheel of life 306 Holly Worton ~ How To Create New Habits That Last Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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315 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of "Who Am I?"

Aug 5, 2019 29:19

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315 Holly Worton ~ Know Yourself: How to Answer the Question of

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Sometimes I feel like all of my mindset work and my personal development work over the past decade can all be boiled down to one thing: getting to know myself. You'd think this would be easy, wouldn't you? But it's taken me the better part of the last decade to let go of all the crap people have told me about myself over the years, and to put aside the masks and the layers and all the stuff that's not actually me. It's been a long journey, and while I definitely feel like I've made massive advances, it's still a work in progress.

Today, I want to talk a little bit about how I've gotten to where I am, and what you can do to better know yourself. Most importantly, I'm going to share practical steps you can take today to take action toward knowing yourself better.

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What You'll Learn

Why it's so important to know yourself: the benefits of self-knowledge

The risks that come from a lack in self-knowledge

Why it can be so difficult for us to truly know ourselves

How to distinguish between who you are and where you are

Why this is different from your identities or roles in life Things I Discussed 2019 My Shining Year Life Goals Workbook, by Leonie Dawson 304 Holly Worton ~ How To Prioritize When You Can’t Do It All 251 Holly Worton ~ How to Step Into a New Business Identity 242 Jo + Holly ~ Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator 314 Holly Worton ~ How to Practice Self Love: Actual Steps You Can Take Today Who am I? blog posts Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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314 Holly Worton ~ How to Practice Self Love: Actual Steps You Can Take Today

Jul 29, 2019 34:17

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314 Holly Worton ~ How to Practice Self Love: Actual Steps You Can Take Today

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week, I'm talking about self love: how to love yourself and how to practice self love. This is a topic that's very much related to last week's episode on self care, but it goes a lot deeper. This is a topic that I'll be working on with myself over the next few months, so you may be seeing more topics that are related to this.

We all hear about the importance of self love, but often the advice more closely resembles self care. What does self love really mean, and how can you get some for yourself? Learn more in this episode.

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What You'll Learn

How to get clear on what is self love, what is unconditional love, and what is love to YOU

What exactly self love looks like, sounds like, and feels like to YOU

Why self care is linked to self love – but it's not the same thing

How to work on your self love: practical, real life actions you can take

Why you need to face the truths about yourself – and how to do that

Things I Discussed 313 Holly Worton ~ How to Practice Self Care Even When You Think You’re Too Busy The 5 Love Languages Mayfield Lavender Farm Ho’oponopono: How to practice it in 4 simple steps Who am I? blog posts Where am I? blog posts Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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313 Holly Worton ~ How to Practice Self Care Even When You Think You're Too Busy

Jul 22, 2019 35:40

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313 Holly Worton ~ How to Practice Self Care Even When You Think You're Too Busy

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I'm talking about self care, which is a super important topic that I haven't covered in ages: the only episode that specifically covered self care was number 12, with Jayne Ifeacho. I feel like I've skirted around the topic from time to time, like with my two episodes on burnout (episode 22 with Jayne Morris and solo episode 293), but I think it's high time that I did a full show on this. It's been on my mind lately because, as you might have guessed, I'm feeling like I need a bit of self care myself.

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  What You'll Learn What exactly is self care + why is it so important How can you tell if you need some + how do you do it What types of people need to pay special attention to self care How often is it necessary to practice self care Where to go + what to do What self care doesn't look like How to plan self care on a low budget + how to make it free   Things I Discussed

[SHP 12] How to Liberate Your Beauty and Practice Self Care, with Jayne Ifeacho

[SHP 22] How to Go From Burnout to Brilliance, with Jayne Morris

293 Holly Worton ~ How to Get Back on Track & Get Sh!t Done After Illness or Burnout

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312 Holly + Eva Leenknegt ~ Animism: Open Up to New Ways of Connecting With the World

Jul 15, 2019 39:38

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312 Holly + Eva Leenknegt ~ Animism: Open Up to New Ways of Connecting With the World

 

Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Eva Leenknegt. Eva and I met earlier this year in London after I discovered her blog Anima Monday in the monthly newsletter produced by OBOD, our druid order. Because I had just written a book about the stories of trees, which were given to me by the tree spirits themselves, I was really interested to speak with someone else who is knowledgeable about the concept of animism.

What is animism, you may be wondering? It's the concept that everything has a spirit. Everything: humans, animals, plants, minerals, and even things that we consider to be inanimate objects, like computers and cars. Once a mainstream concept in the belief systems of ancient pagan communities, it's now seen as a bit unusual. I know I've come across plenty of people who think I'm crazy for believing in tree spirits.

The fact is that this is more than just a belief – it's a totally different way of experiencing life, one that can open us up to creating new, deeper connections with everything around us. I'm so excited to share this conversation with you, as I think it can open you up to new experiences.

We mention this near the end of the episode, but whether you're a long-time believer in animism or whether you're just starting to open up to this type of experience, Eva would love for you to share your story on her blog, Anima Monday. Link below. Get in touch!

  More About Eva Leenknegt

Eva Leenknegt (Beith) is a druid (member of OBOD) living in Belgium. She is one of the driving forces behind Anima Monday, a community blogging project that aims to make people more familiar with animism in all its facets. An avid lover of trees, she hopes to convince people of the wealth of wisdom the natural world could share with us, if only we would stop destroying it. She also has a personal blog at wandering-the-woods.com, where she writes about her own druid journey. In her ‘real' life she’s a mathematician exploring a different kind of otherworlds.

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  What You’ll Learn What is animism + why you might want to open up to this possibility How can we know if animism is true? Can it be proved? How can it be that objects like computers, desks, and cars have a spirit? Why animism is an “experience of reality” rather than a belief system Where this philosophy came from What types of people believe in animism Why more people aren’t open to this perspective/philosophy/way of living How can opening up to this concept change our lives How you can start to embrace the concept of animism in your own life   Things We Discussed OBOD Anima Monday   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Click here to subscribe via Spotify   Help Spread the Word

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311 Holly Worton ~ How to Quit Feeling Like a Victim & Start Taking Responsibility for Your Life

Jul 8, 2019 26:26

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311 How to Quit Feeling Like a Victim & Start Taking Responsibility for Your Life

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! I've been thinking a lot lately about personal responsibility. Making the conscious decision to take responsibility for our own lives is incredibly empowering, and yet I see so many people online who are stuck in a downward spiral of victimhood. Fortunately, it's easy to turn around. We just need to be willing to take a good look at ourselves and what changes we need to make.

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What You'll Learn What is personal responsibility + why it's important Where this shows up in our lives when it's not in balance How to know when we need to pay more attention to this What it looks like when we're not taking responsibility for our lives Who we really need to be responsible for + what are the limits of our responsibility How to quit blaming others, stop feeling like a victim, and start taking responsibility for ourselves All the different facets of personal responsibility that we need to consider How to stop blaming other people/things/situations + what to do instead How to quit complaining + what to do instead How to focus on what YOU want and take action to create the life that's right for YOU Things I Discussed Wheel of Safety & Security (free download) BMP225 Jo + Holly ~ How to Set (and Uphold) the Right Business Boundaries for YOU Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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310 Holly Worton ~ How to Feel More Safe & Secure in Life

Jul 1, 2019 27:44

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310 Holly Worton ~ How to Feel More Safe & Secure in Life

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! I've been thinking a lot about security lately, especially financial security. But I've also realized that feeling safe and secure in the world is really important – not just in terms of money and finance, and not just in terms of personal safety. So I thought I'd talk about ways we can feel more safe and secure in the world – in all areas of our lives.

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  What You'll Learn How to feel more safe and secure in your life Why this is important How to get clear on just how safe and secure you feel today How to envision what it would look like to feel safe and secure in all areas of your life Questions to ask yourself to explore this topic further How to get the mindset you need to take the actions you need to take to feel more safe and secure   Things I Discussed Wheel of Safety & Security (free download) Meaningful Money Podcast Learn How to Invest Meaningful Academy Enough? How Much Money Do You Need for the Rest of your Life? by Paul D. Armson   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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309 Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ How Expressing Your Weirdness Can Help You Live More Fully

Jun 24, 2019 50:32

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309 Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ How Expressing Your Weirdness Can Help You Live More Fully

 

Today's Guest

Joanna Hennon and I are back with another co-hosted episode! Today, we talk about why it’s okay to openly be the weirdo, and how expressing our unique weirdness can change our lives. Both of us have been opening up about the weird stuff we do and believe lately, and that was the inspiration for today’s topic.

  More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

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  What You’ll Learn Why it’s important to be more open and talk about the things we really like Why it can be so difficult to admit to liking/doing things that are different Why we have guilty pleasures - we’re ashamed of the things we like How to open up and express ourselves more fully How our fear of judgment keeps us in the sidelines - and how to come out Why it’s not easy for anyone to do that - and how to step up and express yourself even when it’s scary Why we need more unique voices in a world of so much sameness Examples of people we think do this well + stand out in the online crowd How sharing a totally different message to the mainstream challenges other people’s ways of thinking Why this is ultimately about us giving ourselves permission to be openly different Questions you can ask yourself to get clarity on where you’re hiding in the shadows   Things We Discussed Company of One: Why Staying Small Is the Next Big Thing for Business, by Paul Jarvis  Leonie Dawson Fabeku Fatunmise Katrina Ruth, formerly Kat Loterzo Amanda Palmer   Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Click here to subscribe via Spotify   Help Spread the Word

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308 Holly Worton ~ How To Create More Expansive Joy In Your Life

Jun 17, 2019 38:43

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308 Holly Worton ~ How To Create More Expansive Joy In Your Life

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today's episode is inspired by both recent events in my life and a survey response. Massive thanks to everyone who has already responded to the survey! If you haven't yet replied, you can find the link below. 

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  What You'll Learn What to do if you've been feeling lately like life is hard How to focus on what you DO want so you can experience more joy in your life How to make what YOU want to do a priority over what you think you SHOULD do How to get an attitude that will help you create more joy in life How to get the mindset you need to make joy a priority.    Things I Discussed My appearance on the Write Word Show with Janet Groom  A quick survey that will really help me find great topics for this show Fabeku Fatunmise The audiobook edition of If Trees Could Talk on Audible USA  The audiobook edition of If Trees Could Talk on Audible UK  Meaningful Money Podcast Learn How to Invest   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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307 Cara Wilde + Holly ~ How to Connect With Nature Spirits

Jun 10, 2019 49:51

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307 Cara Wilde + Holly ~ How to Connect With Nature Spirits

 

Today's Guest

Cara Wilde is back on the podcast, and she's joining me for a co-hosted episode! Cara has been on the show three times before, on episodes 13, 116, and 302, but you've probably heard me talk about her many times, as I tend to bring up her name whenever I mention channeling. Today, we talk about how to connect with Nature spirits.

  More About Cara Wilde

Cara supports professional women who want to make a difference in the world but are feeling stalled in their authentic work and want to reclaim their Soul purpose with confidence. She helps healers, coaches and therapists at any stage of their professional lives who are looking to deepen their spiritual and professional development. Cara left her counselling and more mainstream work behind her when she couldn’t use her psychic abilities or work with guides and began to feel as though she was working blind. She set up her own business as an EFT practitioner, started to use her channeling and intuitive abilities and felt like she’d got the team on board and helped her clients in making more significant and longer lasting changes in their lives. As part of her work Cara channels a collective called The Ancients and offers practical guidance and support specific to the needs and concerns of those of us who are deeply sensitive and passionate about creating real change in the world. Cara passionately believes that those of us considered misfits are truly here to create a new way in the world and are part of the Divine’s blueprint for a Heaven on Earth. Cara lives in Cornwall, surrounded by the ocean and stone circles. She home educates her two children and when life gets too hectic, you can find her running the trails or curled up under a heavy blanket with a good book. You can find her at her website, on Facebook, or her YouTube channel.

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What You’ll Learn What exactly are Nature spirits What is animism and how that informs our relationship with Nature spirits Do they actually exist? Who the different Nature spirits are Why you might want to connect with them Can anyone do this? Or do you need special skills? Do you need formal learning to do this? How to see/recognise/talk to Nature spirits How to get started: connecting with Nature spirits Why we need to have the right attitude when we attempt to connect with them Where to go when you want to connect with Nature spirits What to avoid when you go out in Nature to connect Things We Discussed The Way of the Sensitive with Cara Wilde. Episode 14 Working with Dragon energies with Aadaoin Hathaway The Way of the Sensitive with Cara Wilde. Episode 01 Jackie Stewart and Nature Spirits Cara’s Facebook group Connect with Cara Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Click here to subscribe via Spotify Help Spread the Word

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306 Holly Worton ~ How To Create New Habits That Last

Jun 3, 2019 32:38

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306 Holly Worton ~ How To Create New Habits That Last

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week's episode was inspired by a listener, who asked me to speak about how to create habits that last. I think this is something that I'm pretty good at...when the new habit is something that's really important to me. In this episode, I share tips on creating habits, but most importantly I share questions you need to ask yourself BEFORE committing to a new habit.

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  What You'll Learn The questions you need to ask BEFORE committing to a new habit How to get super specific about what this new habit will look like Why it can be helpful to start small and uplevel later Why it's so important to select ONE new habit to implement + commit to ONE THING Why it needs to be non-negotiable, no exceptions How to get accountability for your habit (both people + apps) How to keep track and have mini celebrations What to do if you struggle How to celebrate + reward yourself (and what you need to pay attention so the reward doesn't sabotage your habit)   Questions to Ask Is this new habit a should or a want? Why is this important to you? How important is it to you, from 1-10? What is the new habit, when will you do it, and how often will you do it? Is this reasonable/doable/achievable? How does it fit into your current lifestyle/schedule? How can you simplify it? Does it have different levels? Can you adjust the frequency? If you struggle: reevaluate your habit. Is it still important to you? What can you change? How can you do it differently? Can you simplify it?   Things I Discussed 304 Holly Worton ~ How To Prioritize When You Can’t Do It All 24 Best Habit Tracking Apps (2019 Updated) Survey   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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305 Joanna Hennon + Holly: How to Forgive, Even When You Don't Want To

May 27, 2019 37:46

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305 Joanna Hennon + Holly How to Forgive, Even When You Don't Want To

 

Today's Guest

Joanna Hennon and I are back with another co-hosted episode! Today, we talk about forgiveness: why it’s important and how it can help us in our lives. This is a topic that one of us was a bit resistant to explore, but it came out great in the end, and I think you’ll find it very useful.

 

More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

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  What You’ll Learn What is forgiveness Is forgiveness important? Or is it BS? Why we sometimes have trouble doing the soft, emotional work What’s the purpose of forgiving? Does forgiveness actually help us move on? Who/what we can forgive: ourselves, other people, situations, etc. Examples of things/people we might need/want to forgive How to know when/who to forgive - what are the signs? Why forgiveness work can be helpful to release old patterns How you can reframe the concept of forgiveness using other language How to do forgiveness when you have resistance How to forgive when you really don’t want to Do we always need to do “forgiveness work?” - how to know when it’s needed and when it’s not How to journal to get clarity on what/who you might need to forgive - and what questions to ask Why you need to make space for the work Why this is all about choosing a different reality for yourself Forgiving doesn’t mean condoning bad behavior Forgiveness is for us, not for the other person Why the other person doesn’t even need to know you forgive them Don’t use it as an excuse not to feel human emotion - bypassing   Things We Discussed PSYCH-K Ho’oponopono   Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Click here to subscribe via Spotify   Help Spread the Word

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304 Holly Worton ~ How To Prioritize When You Can't Do It All

May 20, 2019 44:55

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304 Holly Worton ~ How To Prioritize When You Can't Do It All

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! I've been thinking a lot about prioritizing lately, especially since my calendar was crammed with things to do prior to the launch of my recent book, If Trees Could Talk: Life Lessons from the Wisdom of the Woods. And it didn't stop once the book was launched: I've been very busy ever since. I had to make decisions about what to do, and when, and which things I could bump to a later date in my calendar. I wanted to share my reflections with you, since time management and prioritizing tasks and activities can be a big challenge for many people.

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  What You'll Learn How to organize your life with Google Calendar (or something similar) Why time blocking is so important How to figure out what your non-negotiable tasks/activities are How to organize your regular tasks and recurring events How to break bigger goals into specific tasks so you can time block them How to design your ideal week and see how that compares to reality Why it's so important to leave open slots in your calendar What to do when you have a scheduling conflict How to decide what to do and which task/activity is the priority Questions to ask yourself so you can easily make decisions + know your priorities Examples of recent things I've had to rearrange and why, so you can see how I do this   Things I Discussed Survey Life categories: social/friends, family, fitness/outdoors/Nature, self care/me time, spiritual and personal growth, hobbies, career/business, health/wellbeing, creativity/self expression The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing, by Marie Kondō Boomerang for Gmail   Questions to Ask Yourself What's more important? Listen to your gut response How does this activity/task take you one step closer to achieving your top goals? Can you do one of the activities at another time/date? Later in the year? Can one of the activities be rearranged without overcomplicating things or inconveniencing someone else? Are other people involved? If so, that might make rearranging more difficult Do you have the time/money to do this right now, or can/should you rearrange it for a later date? Do you absolutely need to do this activity NOW (for example, because there's a deadline), or can you do it at a later time/date? Do YOU absolutely need to do this task/activity yourself, or can you outsource it? Do you absolutely NEED to do this task/activity now, or is it just nice to do? Can you bump it to a later date/time in your calendar, or consider not doing it at all? Is there another date/time/location you can do this? Does this activity spark joy? If not, do you really need to do it? Can you get someone else to help or do it for you? Is the activity/task urgent + important, urgent but not important, important but not urgent, not urgent + not important? (See quadrant)   Resources Wheel of Life List of values Important/Urgent quadrant   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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303 Holly Worton ~ How to Open Up to New Ways of Connecting with the World

May 13, 2019 30:31

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I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today's topic is inspired by my recent book, If Trees Could Talk: Life Lessons from the Wisdom of the Woods and also a question from a listener: “I'd also love to hear you talk about channeling. It would be really interesting to find out more about your journeys in channeling and specifically yours with regards to trees! And how you experience it (like hearing), how else people may experience it (the clair senses) and how it developed.” I know I've been talking a lot about channeling and this stuff lately, but talking about this on television this week really opened up my perspective to the importance of talking even more about this and sharing my thoughts on how connecting to the world in this way can really enhance our lives. What You'll Learn • How I connect with the unseen parts of the world: spirit guides, Nature guides, angels • How spirit guides, Nature guides, and angels can help you in your everyday life • Why you might want to connect with them • What are the clair senses and why are they useful • How you can get started connecting with the world in new ways Things I Discussed • I'm on the Sorted! podcast with Alice Jennings • I'm on the Stories that Empower podcast with Sean Farjadi • Cara Wilde's Channel Your Guide course • Joanna Hennon • Ask Your Guides, by Sonia Choquette • Lisa Wechtenhiser • Business Intuition, by me! • Please fill out my survey Connect With Holly • Website • Facebook • Instagram • Twitter • Pinterest • Google+ • LinkedIn How to Subscribe • Click here to subscribe via iTunes • Click here to subscribe via RSS • Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word If you enjoyed this episode, please head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating and a review! You can also subscribe, so you'll never miss an episode.

302 Cara Wilde + Holly ~ How to Increase the Joy in Your Life by Connecting with Nature

May 6, 2019 01:01:00

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Cara Wilde is back on the podcast, and she's joining me for a co-hosted episode! Cara has been a guest on the show twice before, on episodes 13 and 116, but you've probably heard me talk about her many times, as I tend to bring up her name whenever I mention channeling. Today, we talk about how to increase the joy in our lives through connecting with Nature. More About Cara Wilde Cara supports professional women who want to make a difference in the world but are feeling stalled in their authentic work and want to reclaim their Soul purpose with confidence. She helps healers, coaches and therapists at any stage of their professional lives who are looking to deepen their spiritual and professional development. Cara left her counselling and more mainstream work behind her when she couldn’t use her psychic abilities or work with guides and began to feel as though she was working blind. She set up her own business as an EFT practitioner, started to use her channeling and intuitive abilities and felt like she’d got the team on board and helped her clients in making more significant and longer lasting changes in their lives. As part of her work Cara channels a collective called The Ancients and offers practical guidance and support specific to the needs and concerns of those of us who are deeply sensitive and passionate about creating real change in the world. Cara passionately believes that those of us considered misfits are truly here to create a new way in the world and are part of the Divine’s blueprint for a Heaven on Earth. Cara lives in Cornwall, surrounded by the ocean and stone circles. She home educates her two children and when life gets too hectic, you can find her running the trails or curled up under a heavy blanket with a good book. You can find her at her website, on Facebook, or her YouTube channel. What You’ll Learn • What is re-wilding or un-taming and why might you want to do this? • How being in the wild can help you untame • How Nature can help you to get to know yourself • What we’ve learned from Nature about re-wilding • Getting lost in the outdoors and what that’s taught us • How wild nature speaks to us • What we can learn from building relationships with Nature • How to work with stone circles in a different way • What we’ve learned about resilience and trust from our experiences in Nature • What we’ve done when things went wrong - and what we might do differently next time • How you can connect with Nature to work with Spirit • How to work with portals to connect with other dimensions, energies, etc. • How Nature can also serve as a pathway to Oneness • How to reconnect to Oneness by building our relationship with Nature Connect with Cara • Website • Facebook • Twitter • Pinterest How to Subscribe • Click here to subscribe via iTunes • Click here to subscribe via RSS • Click here to subscribe via Stitcher • Click here to subscribe via Spotify Help Spread the Word If you enjoyed this episode, please head on over to Apple Podcasts or iTunes and kindly leave us a rating and a review! You can also subscribe, so you'll never miss an episode.

301 Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ Do You Really Want What You Say You Want?

Apr 29, 2019 47:28

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301 Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ Do You Really Want What You Say You Want

 

Today's Guest

Joanna Hennon and I are back with another co-hosted episode! Today, we talk about stepping into the next version of ourselves and all that entails. We share some personal stories of recent situations where we say we want something new, but we’re not 100% ready to step into it. We explore what to do when we think we want something, yet we’re not taking the action to get there.

  More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

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  What You’ll Learn Becoming the next version of yourself and stepping into a new identity What it really looks like when you’re Between Worlds How to recognize when you’re experiencing the growing pains that come with spiritual growth A reminder to be gentle with ourselves when we’re going through transition into a new phase Why it’s so important to pay attention where we’re dragging our feet How to know when we’re dragging our feet and not stepping into the next version of ourselves The difference between wanting and choosing for and how this shift in perspective can change everything Why we need to look at secondary gain: and how to dig deeper to the root of the situation A reminder that the new thing is only uncomfortable for a little bit, and then it becomes our new reality Why it’s okay to stay where we are sometimes: we don’t have to be constantly moving into new things What self sabotage looks like: how to know when we’re doing it, and what to do about it   Questions to Ask Ourselves What do I choose for? What do I want to align with? Where am I not choosing to step into the new thing? Where am I not choosing for the new thing? Where am I still choosing for the old reality? Where am I being the sack of potatoes? Where am I saying I want this new thing but in reality I’m not stepping into it? Where am I not willing to let go of the old thing or the old me? Where am I being resistant to change in my life? What am I afraid of? What am I gaining from being right where I am? What are the benefits? Where am I using the word “want” instead of “choose for”? Where do I not choose for what I say I choose for? What if this current situation is exactly the right thing for me?   Exercise

Set aside three pages in your journal, or set up three columns on a page.

First column/page: write down all the things you Second column/page: change the language so that you choose for these things. Third column/page: write down what this means for you. Who do you need to be to choose for these things? What do you need to believe? What do you need to align with?   Things We Discussed Wisdom of the Oracle Divination Cards: Ask and Know Cards, by Colette Baron-Reid Holly’s Patreon community Access Consciousness   Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Click here to subscribe via Spotify   Help Spread the Word

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300 Holly Worton ~ Celebrating 300 Episodes of Mindset, Growth, and Change!

Apr 22, 2019 40:38

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300 Holly Worton ~ Celebrating 300 Episodes of Mindset, Growth, and Change!

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode. Today, I reflect on my journey with this podcast.

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  What You'll Learn MY BOOK LAUNCHES TODAY!!! What it's about and why I think it's so important My process of collecting the stories from the trees How my business has evolved over the years and why it's so important to adjust your path as you yourself grow How the podcast itself has changed and why The top 5 episodes on this show, and why I think they're so popular How you can get to know yourself, and why that's so important How to use your knowledge of who you are to adjust your path in life   Things I Discussed Survey Mindset Work: What is it? How to Start Your Own Podcast If Trees Could Talk: Life Lessons from the Wisdom of the Woods Forest bathing Meetup group Earth Day Who am I? blog posts [R2B 96] How To Use Muscle Testing In Your Business, with Holly Worton   BMP174 Maria of Gentlewhispering ~ How to Create a Successful YouTube Channel [SHP 37] How to Effectively Manage Your Team, with Alison Green of Ask a Manager  [R2B 83] How to Follow Your Creative Intuition, with Flora Bowley  [SHP 27] How to Build a Successful Business Around Your Blog, with Celestine Chua Where you can find the full list of episodes Lisa Wechtenhiser   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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299 Holly Worton ~ How to Get into Alignment with What You Want in Life

Apr 15, 2019 26:51

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299 Holly Worton ~ How to Get into Alignment with What You Want in Life

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today's episode was inspired by some recent reflection I've been doing. You know how I felt allergic to social media for so long? And how I was so fed up with online marketing and the online business world? Things have shifted massively for me with my upcoming book If Trees Could Talk: Life Lessons from the Wisdom of the Woods, and it now feels incredibly natural to be sharing about it online. As I was telling my Mastergut buddies the other day, when I was marketing my business online and following all the tried-and-true tips, it always felt so strategic, so calculated. Now, it's a complete shift: talking about my book online just feels organic and natural. I love the book, and I want to share about it! In this episode, I talk about why I think that is, and why (in my opinion) it's all about alignment. I share my own personal story, and I help you get clear on how you, too, can get into alignment on your own path in life. 

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  What You'll Learn How to know when things falling into alignment How to tell when things are out of alignment Clear signs that things are aligned for you What it feels like to be walking the “right” path Why it's always the “right” path, even when it feels crappy Things you can do today to start getting more aligned with your path   Things I Discussed Cracking the Code to My Weight Loss: Keto + OMAD The Complete Guide to Fasting, Dr Jason Fung   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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298 Jo Casey + Holly ~ What it Takes to Publish Your Book (Both Inner & Outer Work)

Apr 8, 2019 52:55

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I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey! Today, we talk about what it takes to publish a book, both the practical action that needs to be taken, as well as the inner work so we can step out of our comfort zone and actually take that action. We discuss Holly’s upcoming book, and the steps she’s taken to ensure that she gets the book out into the world in a much bigger way than she has with her previous eight books. About Jo Casey Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs. She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant. She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet. What You’ll Learn • What it takes to write a book (both practical action and inner work) • The full process Holly used to write her upcoming book, from concept to publication • How things have changed in independent publishing over the past couple of years • Dos and Don’ts of book cover design, including tips that can make or break your book • A super easy (and affordable) way to crowdsource your book cover design • How to print a paperback without ending up with a garage full of books • How to deal with the inevitable mindset stuff that comes up along the way • Why we need to keep doing the mindset work throughout the project • Other Resources • 286: Jo Casey + Holly ~ Connect With Yourself Through Connecting With Nature • Forest bathing Meetup group • PSYCH-K® https://psych-k.com/ • Vellum • How To Format Your Ebook And Print Book with Vellum • KDP for publishing ebooks and paperbacks on Amazon • Draft2Digital for extended book distribution • IngramSpark for extended print distribution • Bestseller in 30 Days: Launch Your Book to the Top of the Bestsellers List and Unleash the Hidden Power of Amazon, by Michelle Kulp • Backwards Book Launch: Reverse Engineer Your Book and Unlock Its Hidden 6-Figure Potential, Go From Being a Broke Author to a Rich Author, by Michelle Kulp • BMP155 Jo + Holly ~ How to Get a Book Out of Your Head and Onto Amazon • 99 Designs - for book covers and other graphic design How to Subscribe • Click here to subscribe via iTunes • Click here to subscribe via RSS • Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word If you enjoyed this episode, please head on over to Apple Podcasts and kindly leave a rating and a review! You can also subscribe, so you'll never miss an episode.

297 Holly Worton ~ Personal Power: Why You Need It & How to Get It

Apr 1, 2019 44:46

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297 Holly Worton ~ Personal Power: Why You Need It & How to Get It

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I'm talking about personal power. This episode was inspired by two things: a message I received from a listener, and a chapter from my upcoming book, If Trees Could Talk. Personal power is something that I've really struggled with in the past, and it's formed the foundation of much of the mindset work that I've done with myself over the past 5+ years. If you've been feeling powerless in your life, or if you've been dealing with a difficult relationship where you've given your power to someone else, I hope you find this useful. Even if you feel like things are going pretty well and things are kind of neutral (or maybe even good!), personal power is something that we can all work on a little bit more.

Quote from The Grandmothers, Chapter 13 in my upcoming book If Trees Could Talk: Life Lessons from the Wisdom of the Woods:

“Personal power is a feeling ... and it is multi-layered. It is not something that most people will achieve overnight, or after one simple visualization. It is made up of the layers of self-trust, self-love, self-acceptance, self-esteem, self-confidence, self-value, self-worth. And it is the sense of all of these things being deeply grounded and connected with all the multiple layers of your being: your conscious mind, your subconscious mind, your superconscious mind. It is your regular everyday self, connected with your Higher Self, or soul....”

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  What You'll Learn What is power, and is it inherently good or bad What is personal power, and why we need it What to do when we feel powerless How to cultivate a sense of personal power Practical actions you can take today to build your sense of personal power   Things I Discussed JUSTNOMIL PSYCH-K Business Beliefs Business Blocks Who am I? blog posts  Ho’oponopono   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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296 Joanna Hennon + Holly: Talking to Unseen Beings: Is it Enlightened, or Just Crazy?

Mar 25, 2019 53:54

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296 Joanna Hennon + Holly Talking to Unseen Beings Is it Enlightened, or Just Crazy

 

Today's Guest

Joanna Hennon and I are back with another co-hosted episode! Today, we talk about channeling and accessing the wisdom and guidance of unseen beings. We ask a lot of questions, and come to a lot of realizations ourselves on this episode. This topic was inspired by my upcoming book, If Trees Could Talk: Life Lessons from the Wisdom of the Woods, in which I channel the stories of the trees. I’ve had to do a lot of mindset work with myself on this because so many fears and limiting beliefs come up as I talk about the book with people in my wider circle of friends and acquaintances. This episode has given me even more topics to work on with myself.

 

More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

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  What You’ll Learn How we got started with channeling and talking to spirit guides How can we know it’s for real (you might be surprised by our perspective on this!) How to talk about this with people outside our immediate circle of friends What are these beings + what types of energies we can connect with Who can do this + does everyone have this potential What are the benefits of communicating with the spirit world Why it makes us feel uncomfortable to talk about these things What types of limiting beliefs and fears might come up when we start to do this work How we can learn to talk about this with “normal” people How to incorporate these things into a “normal” life How to avoid being a stereotype -- and why this is important Is talking to invisible beings becoming more common? Whether or not it’s scary to talk to spirit guides and unseen beings Whether or not we need to elicit protection when we do this kind of work Why it’s a relationship like any other, and we need to see it as such What to do if we start to see things (and how to avoid this if you don’t want to go there) How you can learn how to do this yourself   Things We Discussed Forest bathing Meetup group The Soul Space 201 Holly Worton & 4 “Woo” Experts: How to Get Over Your Fear of Sharing Your Woo    Additional Resources

We kind of got fuzzy toward the end when we talked about how to get started. It’s true that everyone has their own path, and you’ll have to find what works for you. Here are a few resources that helped me:

Ask Your Guides, Sonia Choquette Opening to Channel: How to Connect with Your Guide, by Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer Cara Wilde’s Channel Your Guide online course Opening to Channel: Connecting with Your Guide Audio Course by Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer Lisa Wechtenhiser’s WooWoo 101 online course   Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Click here to subscribe via Spotify   Help Spread the Word

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295: Sharon Lock ~ How to Make Mindset Work a Habit

Mar 18, 2019 01:07:24

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295 Sharon Lock ~ How to Make Mindset Work a Habit

 

Today's Guest

Sharon is passionate about supporting people to achieve optimum health - physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing, with the right mindset in place to support that goal. Her mission is to help people to let go of limiting beliefs, in order to help them to break through barriers to achieving their goals and to becoming the best expression of themselves they can be.

At the same time, she also understands the importance of taking action to achieve those goals and the subconscious resistance or self-sabotage that emerges as part of that process. She has an impressive toolkit of skills, gathered over the last 15+ years to deal with all aspects of those challenges and knows exactly what to do when you get stuck.

She is never happier than when she is able to teach PSYCH-K®. Empowering individuals to make deep and profound changes within their own lives. 

 

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What You’ll Learn What is mindset What it means when we talk about doing “mindset work” How we began doing mindset work What our own mindset practice looks like How our own mindset practice has evolved over the years How our lives have changed from doing this work with ourselves Why it’s so important to train in a technique so you can work with yourself How to find the right technique for you How to get extra support by having sessions with another professional How to know when it’s time to ask for help from someone else Resistance: what it looks like and how to tell when you’re experiencing it Secondary gain: what is it and how to know if you’ve got it How to get the confidence to work on your own with yourself How your mindset work actually benefits others in your life How to make your mindset work a habit and a regular practice   Things We Discussed 230: Holly Worton ~ How to Make Mindset Work a Habit PSYCH-K® Bruce Lipton PSYCH-K® workshops in the UK Sharon Lock   Connect with Sharon Website   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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294 Jo Casey + Holly ~ How Does No Pain, No Gain Apply to Personal Development?

Mar 11, 2019 44:10

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Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today, we talk about the philosophy of “no pain, no gain” and how it applies to healing and personal development. Is it necessary? Is it an important part of healing? Are there times when we need to step aside from the more gentle types of healing and therapy and turn to something a bit more intense? Is this kind of healing right for everyone? And how do you know if it's right for you? In this episode, we explore the world of more intense therapies, based on some recent personal experience.

  About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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  What You’ll Learn How does the “no pain, no gain” philosophy apply to healing and personal development? Why we sometimes need to look at the dark stuff – but not wallow in it How these types of therapies can help us to expand our comfort zone Why it's so important to feel safe and supported when working with the more intense therapies Is there real value in these intense healing experiences?   Other Resources Healing Trauma: A Pioneering Program for Restoring the Wisdom of Your Body, by Peter Lavine  How to Change Your Mind: The New Science of Psychedelics, by Michael Pollan IEMT, or Integral Eye Movement Therapy  DIY Dentistry, by Andy Riley  (This is actually comedy, and not how-to!)   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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293 Holly Worton ~ How to Get Back on Track & Get Sh!t Done After Illness or Burnout

Mar 4, 2019 49:35

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293 Holly Worton ~ How to Get Back on Track & Get Sh!t Done After Illness or Burnout

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This is another episode based on a listener request. Last December, I received the following email from a friend/listener, and I've been looking forward to doing this episode ever since. This is a very timely issue that I've been reflecting on myself ever since the end of last year.

“I have been listening to your podcasts lately.  It amuses me that there are some I think - "Yeah I've got that bit nailed" - these are usually the ones about having fun and plenty of down time. Then you have the podcasts on things like Success.  The day I listened  to that  I had sent my husband an email at lunchtime telling him that I had had a successful morning ........................ due to achieving 3 goals, including one that I had been working on for weeks In Pokemon Go!  And I realised that maybe after the illness, the need to relax and have downtime and fun got so embedded into my belief system that I have difficulties in allowing myself to focus and work hard to achieve something.”

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What You'll Learn How to get back on track after an illness or burnout How to know when you're doing enough, or if you could do more Why it's important to not compare yourself to others when tracking your own progress How to get back on track, focus better + get shit done How to work smarter, not harder – and what's the difference Things I Discussed Cracking the Code to My Weight Loss: Keto + OMAD  278: Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ Success: It’s More Than Just Money 252: Holly Worton ~ How to Commit to Something, Follow Through, & Make It Happen 239: Holly Worton ~ How to Quit the Comparison Game for Good My Celery is Good Enough, and Other Lessons From My Silent Retreat 10 Easy Steps to Improve Time Management and Reduce Stress 10 MORE Steps to Improve Time Management and Reduce Stress Amber de la Garza's podcast episode How To Get Sh!t Done: Time Blocking Strategies That Work Boomerang for Gmail (aff link) International Association of Kambo Practitioners Kambo Dots Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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292 Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ What’s Better: Spirit Guides or Tapping into Your Intuition? Part II

Feb 25, 2019 54:50

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292 Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ What’s Better Spirit Guides or Tapping into Your Intuition Part II

 

Today's Guest

Joanna Hennon and I are back with another co-hosted episode! Today, we talk about working with spirit guides vs connecting to our higher self. We discuss whether or not it’s disempowering to get guidance from external sources, and whether or not we should just rely on our intuition and our higher self for everything. This is kind of a Part II to episode 290 with Jo Casey, where we had a different conversation based on the same topic. This is the first time where I’ve covered the same topic with different people, and I think it’s really interesting how different the two conversations were. I hope you find this useful!

This was inspired by an email Holly received from a listener:

Spirit guides versus inner self! This has been on my mind for a while and has come to the foreground while I've been taking Lisa MW's WooWoo101 course I've been wondering; if you rely on spirit guides for guidance, is that not… disempowering? Your inner self has all the answers, right? So is looking to spirit guides, or things like pendulums etc, not giving your power away? Is it trusting external factors rather than trusting your own inner guidance? Or are they simply all coming from the same place? I'd love to have more clarity on this, since it feels a little woolly in my head.

  More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

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  What You’ll Learn Why nobody has the ultimate truth on this -- even us What is the higher self? Does it have limitations? Can you really get everything you need from your higher self? What are spirit guides? What is their role? How can we work with them? Where’s the best place to start? By working with spirit guides or with your higher self? Is guidance from your spirit guides better than guidance from your higher self? Is there a kind of hierarchy? Why it’s so important to view this relationship like any other Do you have to choose between one or the other or can you speak with both? What kinds of questions do you ask them? Is there a such thing as a bad question? How to get the wording right + ask the most powerful types of questions   Things We Discussed Abraham-Hicks 290: Jo Casey + Holly ~ What’s Better: Spirit Guides or Tapping into Your Intuition?   Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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291 Holly Worton ~ How to Open Up & Be Vulnerable in Your Creative Ventures

Feb 18, 2019 26:05

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291 Holly Worton ~ How to Open Up & Be Vulnerable in Your Creative Ventures

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This is my first new episode since I've been back from holiday, and it feels great to be recording another show. The topic for this episode has been on my list for a long time, and came in via a reader. I don't even remember who it was at this point! But vulnerability is a topic that's been on my mind the last few days, and I wanted to revisit it again, even though we've touched on it here in a few previous episodes (links below).

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What You'll Learn What vulnerability is and why it's important Why it's so useful for us to work on our vulnerability muscle How to know when it's appropriate to share and open up and be vulnerable How and where to be vulnerable online How to make it easier by starting with baby steps where it feels safe Why I choose to be vulnerable even in places where it doesn't feel as safe Things I Discussed 161 Allyson Byrd ~ How Vulnerability Can Kill Your Cash Flow 114 Meg Worden ~ How to Be Vulnerable & Tell Your Story Without Shame 27 How to Build a Successful Business Around Your Blog, with Celestine Chua Brené Brown and the power of vulnerability  214 Shelby Forsythia ~ How to Move Forward from Grief in Business Shelby Forsythia, The Truth  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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290: Jo Casey + Holly ~ What’s Better: Spirit Guides or Tapping into Your Intuition?

Feb 11, 2019 41:48

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290 What’s Better: Spirit Guides or Tapping into Your Intuition?

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today, we talk about spirit guides, our higher self, and tapping into our intuition. We discuss whether or not it’s disempowering to get guidance from external sources, and whether we should just rely on our intuition and our higher self for everything. This was inspired by an email Holly received from a listener:

Spirit guides versus inner self! This has been on my mind for a while and has come to the foreground while I've been taking Lisa MW's WooWoo101 course I've been wondering; if you rely on spirit guides for guidance, is that not... disempowering? Your inner self has all the answers, right? So is looking to spirit guides, or things like pendulums etc, not giving your power away? Is it trusting external factors rather than trusting your own inner guidance? Or are they simply all coming from the same place? I'd love to have more clarity on this, since it feels a little woolly in my head.

  About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

  Listen to this episode

   

  What You’ll Learn What are spirit guides, and why might you want to connect with them? Do things like lineage and ancestors come into play? Are angels, ghosts, and ancestors etc akin to spirit guides? What are they trying to guide us to/from? What is your higher self? How do you know the difference? Do you hear voices? See things? How do you know you’re not just making it all up? Is listening to guides abdicating responsibility to someone/something else? Is it our ego that says we should primarily be led by our own intuition? What kinds of things you can ask for help with in your life How you can get started channeling your own guides   How to Get Started: Professional Channels Joanna Hennon Lisa Wechtenhiser Cara Wilde   How to Get Started: Books Ask Your Guides, Sonia Choquette Opening to Channel: How to Connect with Your Guide, by Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer   How to Get Started: Courses Cara Wilde’s Channel Your Guide online course  Opening to Channel: Connecting with Your Guide Audio Course by Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer  Lisa Wechtenhiser’s WooWoo 101 online course   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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289 Holly Worton ~ Get Confident With Your Uniqueness & Stand Out in the Crowd

Feb 4, 2019 24:11

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289: Holly Worton ~ Get Confident With Your Uniqueness & Stand Out in the Crowd

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Embracing my uniqueness and my differences has always been a challenge for me, and it's something I've worked on over and over with my mindset work. I've come a long way, and in this episode I share some stories from recent life experiences that have led me to realize I still have a lot of work to do in this area! I walk you through a process you can use to get comfortable with your uniqueness and use your differences to stand out in the crowd and be more visible as you express yourself.

As with some previous episodes, I've uploaded some journal prompts to the Patreon community. 

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What You'll Learn

Why it's so important to feel comfortable with your uniqueness

The ways being uncomfortable with your differences can affect your life

How to get comfortable with being different

How to use your differences to stand out in the crowd

Things I Discussed

R2B 131 Sandra Pilarczyk ~ How to Stand Out in the Crowd and Be Visible

284: Esther Lemmens ~ How to Express Yourself and Live a Purpose Driven Life

Business Visibility book

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288 Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ How to Know Which Investments to Make in Your Personal & Professional Development

Jan 28, 2019 01:06:05

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288 Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ How to Know Which Investments to Make in Your Personal & Professional Development

 

Today's Guest

Joanna Hennon and I are back with another co-hosted episode! Today, we talk about how to know which investments to make in your personal and professional development. There is so much information out there, and there are so many courses, coaches, and online programs. How can you possibly know which ones are the right ones for you? And how can you avoid making a bad investment? And...is there actually such a thing as a bad investment?

  More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

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What You’ll Learn How to know what to spend your money on How to choose which courses/programs/professionals are right for you Bad investments we’ve made in the past and why we think they were not a good investment Questions you need to ask yourself to help you get clear on whether or not something is right for you Whether or not excitement is a clear signal that it’s the right thing to buy How to make decisions based on love, rather than fear How to resist fear of missing out if we don’t sign up for something Why we sometimes get caught up in the “now or never” mentality Why it’s not always the right time for a particular program or topic Why you need to pay attention to what you’re drawn to + trust that’s what’s right for you Why courses need to be in alignment with where you want to be How much is too much for you to spend What you need vs what you want Why you may need accountability to actually do the work (and how to get that) Whether or not it’s okay to put it on a credit card + go into debt How to make a conscious decision whether or not to sign up for something What to do when offers feel irresistible How to avoid spontaneous purchases What to do if you’re addicted to learning Whether or not we always need to be investing in learning or working with someone How much support you actually need + what is the best way for you to get it It’s not just what you spend money on, it’s also what you spend time on Things We Discussed Suneet Goomer’s Plant Spirit Healing Apprenticeship  Ann Wilson Niamh Arthur’s Light it Up Marketing  Learn How to Invest course  (coupon code PODCAST25) Fabeku  The Soul Space Elizabeth Peru  Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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287 Holly Worton ~ How to Let Go of Worrying and Focus on What You Actually DO Want

Jan 21, 2019 27:27

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287 Holly Worton ~ How to Let Go of Worrying & Focus on What You Actually DO Want

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week, I talk about how to let go of worrying. I'm going to be honest here: I can be a worrier. I'm recording this episode in the week after my kickboxing winter course, which is the colder version of the summer course you may have heard about last July...except this time, I was grading, so the stakes were higher.

I worried about all kinds of things: that the winter course would be more difficult than the summer course, that I wouldn't do well on my line work, that I wouldn't pass my grading. I did plenty of mindset work in the weeks and days running up to the winter course, and I practiced my line work every day at home. But I was often short tempered and difficult to be around because I had this low level worry running in the back of my mind.

And then I got to the winter course, and it was just fine! Yes, it was challenging. Yes, my entire body aches...days after the course. But I did just fine. In fact, I actually enjoyed it. And best of all, I passed my grading and will be getting my brown/white belt in the new year!

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What You'll Learn

Why some worry is okay, and how it can actually be useful

Why it's actually beneficial to give your worries attention

What to do with your worries

How to turn your worries around so you can get the outcome you actually want

How to do both the mindset work and the practical action to transform your worries

What to do when you're worried about things you have no control over

Other ways to take care of yourself when you know you've been worried

Things I Discussed

Getting Things Done, David Allen

Ask Your Guides, Sonia Choquette

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286: Jo Casey + Holly ~ Connect With Yourself Through Connecting With Nature

Jan 14, 2019 01:00:28

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286 Jo Casey + Holly ~ Connect With Yourself Through Connecting With Nature

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

We’re back with another woo-based episode, which is kind of the theme for our new season of podcasting together. Today’s episode is all about how to connect with yourself through connecting with Nature, which has been a big journey for both of us. We share our own personal journeys, including how we’ve connected with Nature, and how you might want to get started deepening your own connection with Nature.

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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What You’ll Learn What our own personal journeys in connecting with Nature have looked like Whether the land has a feeling, and how to connect with that What happens when we’re disconnected from Nature What it means to connect with Nature and how to do it Why we should even bother: the benefits of connecting with Nature Whether or not this is for everyone: should everyone connect with Nature? Whether or not you have to spend hours hiking every weekend, or if there are other ways of doing it Whether or not it matters what sort of Nature you hang out in If some places are more ‘magical’ than others Where to go? When to go? What to do? How to get started connecting with Nature Things We Mentioned Tracie Nichols  Forest bathing Meetup The Three Day Effect Swallowhead Spring - near Avebury How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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285: Holly Worton ~ How to Trust in Yourself & Trust That Everything is Working Out

Jan 7, 2019 36:25

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285 Holly Worton ~ How to Trust in Yourself & Trust That Everything is Working Out

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today's topic is thanks to one of my Patrons, who wrote in with the following suggestion:

“I’ve been thinking about trust and specifically trusting your own judgment, trusting that things will work out/ the universe/ that things will unfold; and trust that things will be alright. I had a bad day yesterday due to various things and I just ended up in that space where you think things will never be right.  Today things are better and I was really thinking about why when I’m in that zone I don’t trust that I won’t stay there for ever even though I never have stayed there forever.  I really think practical tips for when you’re in that zone and generally building trust would be helpful.  I do think you have to build trust but sometimes I feel I’m not doing enough work on that.  For me a lot of it is fight or flight and rational brain not kicking in when I’m in panic mode but trust is definitely a part of it too."

I've touched on aspects of this in a couple of previous episodes, but I think this is really worth revisiting as we move into the new year.

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What You'll Learn How to trust your own judgment How to trust that things will work out How to trust in the Universe How to trust that things will unfold in your best interest and highest good How to trust that things will be all right How to trust that you're exactly where you need to be right now on your path What to do when you fall into the pit of mistrust How to build your trust in yourself Things I Discussed 280: Holly Worton ~ How to Let Go of Pessimism & Feel More Optimistic About Everything (now with downloadable transcript!) 243: Holly Worton ~ How to Trust Yourself in Business (now with downloadable transcript!) Lisa Wechtenhiser My Business Intuition book 239: Holly Worton ~ How to Quit the Comparison Game for Good (now with downloadable transcript!) Vickie Young's Weekly Messages Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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284 Esther Lemmens ~ How to Express Yourself and Live a Purpose Driven Life

Dec 31, 2018 55:50

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Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Esther Lemmens. Esther is a visual arts lover, book and word addict, course junkie, ethical eco-warrior, organic foodie, green tea connoisseur, holistic health geek, professional pedant and crazy cat lady, with a zest for life!

She’s also a Visual Brand Consultant and Graphic Designer with almost 20 years' experience in Design and Creative Artworking (the technical and detailed process of preparing documents for print), and she helps unconventional entrepreneurs make their branding more recognisable and memorable, so that they attract more of their ideal clients. She’s a natural improver; she loves making things look better and work more efficiently. She really enjoys getting into the details!

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What You’ll Learn Why we need to express ourselves + all the different ways there are of doing it Why it’s so important to find our own unique way of expressing ourselves What is Ikigai and how it fits into the concept of life purpose How to know when something is a hobby and when it’s meant to be a business/career Why we need to be aware of what our Ikigai is + how can we figure out what it is What to do with our Ikigai or purpose once we know what it is Why this is a journey of both self discovery and self creation, and how to balance the two What are blocks and why they come up along our journey How to get unstuck when you’re not making progress The four levels or areas you need to evaluate when you’re trying to get unstuck Things We Discussed Ikigai The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life, by Héctor García & Francesc Miralles  Connect with Esther Website Facebook How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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283: Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ Remember, It’s Not Just About Energy: Balancing the Inner and Outer Work

Dec 24, 2018 42:18

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283: Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ Remember, It’s Not Just About Energy: Balancing the Inner and Outer Work

  Today's Guest

Joanna Hennon and I are back! Today, we talk about why it’s so important to find a balance between the inner work and the outer work, the spiritual and the practical. We’ve found that we can often get caught up in the energy and mindset work, and we “forget” about the practical action taking. We look at the imbalance that sometimes occurs, and why we often swing like a pendulum from one side to the other before finding our happy medium. We discuss why it’s not about focusing on one thing or the other, and why you have to integrate the spiritual and the practical...and how to do that. It’s all about combining the Being and Doing, and we share practical tips on how you can make this happen.

  More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

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  What You’ll Learn The relationship between energy work and physical reality Why we need to be present here in physical reality Why we sometimes have unwillingness to do something in physical reality (and how to overcome that) Why we sometimes want the inner work to be enough, and yet we have to do the outer work too Why we end up trapped in the energy side of things and forget that we have to do physical things as well Why we sometimes use energy work to avoid looking at our physical reality Why we need to make the spiritual practical, and how to do that   Things We Discussed PSYCH-K® Soul Space   Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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282: Holly Worton ~ How to Recognize the Signs in Your Life

Dec 17, 2018 27:51

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282 Holly Worton ~ How to Recognize the Signs in Your Life

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today's episode is inspired by my extensive year-end review that I've been doing. It started around Samhain, when I began reviewing the year and looking at the things I needed to let go of to move into 2019. I talked a bit about this and how you can do something similar in episode 275.

I went through my old journals from the last year, and I pulled twelve oracle cards, one for each month of the new year. Then I found some journal prompts online for reviewing the year that I really enjoyed working through. Next, I dug even deeper as I reviewed the past year as it related to my work with the OBOD Bardic Grade course.

As I've been going through old journals, reviewing what I wrote, I made some surprising discoveries. A lot of what I'm focusing now came up in my old journals as far back as a year ago! It's taken me the entire year to actually put into practice the ideas I had about my new focus, which really surprised me. It's made me reflect on how I can pay better attention to the signs on my path so I can become more aware of the shifts and changes I need to make in my life.

This is very much a work in progress for me, and I thought it might be interesting and useful for you, too!

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What You'll Learn How to recognize signs from the Universe/Spirit, your Higher Self, etc. How to actually pay attention to the signs so you can interpret their meaning Some specific types of signs you can look out for Why it's so important to be willing to see the truth, even if it's not what you want to hear Why you might want to record what you're seeing, so you can review it in the future Things I Discussed OBOD Bardic Grade course Weekly Messages West Kennet Long Barrow: Decoded and Orbed  Juliet Marillier's Daughter of the Forest and other books  Plant Spirit Healing Apprenticeship  Business Intuition book  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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281: Jo Casey + Holly ~ Woo & You

Dec 10, 2018 52:10

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281 Jo Casey + Holly ~ Woo & You

 

Today’s Guest

I'm very pleased to be back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey. It’s been a few months since we did an episode together...in fact, our last one was in May! My business has taken a turn in a new direction since then, and since I’m more focused on my writing and on helping people connect more deeply to themselves through connecting with Nature, we thought it would be fun -- and interesting! -- for our podcast episodes together to take on more of a metaphysical focus, so we’ll be talking about all things woo. Think of it as “everything you ever wanted to know about intuition, woo and witchcraft but were too afraid to ask!” In this very first “woo” episode, we’ll be talking about our own personal journeys to woo, and how you can benefit from connecting to your own woo.

  About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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  What You’ll Learn Why we’re shifting our focus to woo for our co-hosted episodes What do we mean by woo (and why that’s a controversial word to even be using) Our own journeys to woo: how they’re different and what it might look like for you Why you might be a seeker even if you’re not aware of it What is intuition, why you might want it, and how you can cultivate your own Why people are often resistant to opening up to woo Why it can be useful (and very empowering!) to open up to woo Things We Discussed Business Intuition book, by Holly Worton Holly Worton & 4 “Woo” Experts: How to Get Over Your Fear of Sharing Your Woo Tracie Nichols The Coaches & Healers Collective  Holly’s Patreon   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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280: Holly Worton ~ How to Let Go of Pessimism & Feel More Optimistic About Everything

Dec 3, 2018 31:37

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280 Holly Worton ~ How to Let Go of Pessimism & Feel More Optimistic About Everything

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I'm talking about pessimism. This episode is inspired by a question from my Patreon community:

Can I ask you a bit more about Heart-centered Energy Work® and PSYCH-K®/mindset work and the importance of using these sort of techniques to let go of pessimism, or prevent pessimism building up? There is a lot of it about these days! I have noticed that I am feeling a lot less of this sort of thing since I trained in PSYCH-K®. 

This is a fantastic question, because it helped me to realize that I, too, have experienced a massive shift from pessimism to optimism, hopelessness to hopefulness, as a result of the mindset and energy work that I've been doing for the past five-plus years. In this episode, I explain the very simple reason why I think this kind of mindset work is such a powerful catalyst in making such big shifts to a more optimistic way of thinking. I also share specific questions for you to ask yourself, journal prompts to explore, and practical actions you can take to transform your life into one of joy and optimism.

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What You'll Learn What is pessimism and how to let go of it for good How to use mindset and energy healing techniques to shift to an optimistic perspective in life How to radically transform your life by letting go of pessimism Things I Discussed PSYCH-K® 239: Holly Worton ~ How to Quit the Comparison Game for Good  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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279 Holly Worton ~ Downtime: Are You Getting It?

Nov 26, 2018 20:16

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279 Holly Worton ~ Downtime: Are You Getting It?

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! I have a problem with downtime: giving myself permission to "be lazy" as I often call it, even though I know that's not what it is. You'll have gathered by now that I do a lot of work with myself. I also consider my solo walks (especially those to sacred sites) to be work with the land.

I was in Avebury last week, from Thursday to Saturday, visiting all my favorite sites and receiving another story from the trees for my next book. I came back exhausted, even though I hadn't really walked all that much. What's more, I came back with the need to really go within and spend time working on my Druid lessons and do some journaling. Sunday was essentially a personal day, where I spent most of my time reading a couple of books and just relaxing. Monday and Tuesday I also felt the need to just integrate whatever energy stuff happened in Avebury, so I hopped on the computer to get some work done, and then I gave myself permission to just BE: to read, to relax, to rest.

But I have a lot of guilt around my “lazy days,” even though I know they're an important part of the inner work that I do. In this episode, I talk about how to make sure that you give yourself permission to have downtime or integration time in your life.

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What You'll Learn What is downtime or integration time Why we naturally need integration time for the inner work that we do How do know when we need downtime: what are the signs? How allowing ourselves to have downtime also helps us to slow down and avoid burnout Why you may feel guilty around this and how to release the guilt What to do in your downtime Where to go in your downtime Why you also may want to pay attention to where you are in your cycle Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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278: Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ Success: It's More Than Just Money

Nov 19, 2018 43:47

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It’s another episode with the fabulous Joanna Hennon! In this week’s episode, we talk about success, and why it’s about more than just money. We often get the concept of success tangled up in business success or financial success, when in reality it’s about so much more than that.

 

More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

 

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  What You’ll Learn Success: what is it? How we define success, and how that compares to the official dictionary definitions Why success often gets tangled up with business/money How to redefine success and what it means for YOU The questions you need to ask yourself to help you redefine your personal definition of success Why you need to give yourself permission to feel successful TODAY Examples of some of the small things that make us feel successful Why it’s so important to identify the small things that make you feel successful How to avoid falling into the trap of not valuing personal success How to take charge of your own success Why a lot of our successes involve getting outside our comfort zone Why it’s so important to feel successful in the moment How you can acknowledge all your successes, big and small Why it’s so important to identify who in your world you consider to be successful and why? How to avoid comparing yourself to other people’s perceived success   Things We Discussed Hurdy-gurdy Soul Space

 

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277: Holly Worton ~ How to Create Authentic & Organic Connections Online

Nov 12, 2018 22:07

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277: Holly Worton ~ How to Create Authentic & Organic Connections Online

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I'm talking about creating authentic, organic connections online. I'm going through a massive social media detox: I'm unfollowing people when I can't remember who they are or why I followed them in the first place, and I'm unfollowing people who focus on business or coaching, mostly because I'm trying to train my brain away from those topics and toward my writing.

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What You'll Learn How to re-evaluate how you use social media What to declutter + when to do it How often you need to re-evaluate your strategy Things I Discussed Do You Feel Allergic To Social Media? This Might Be Why What to Do When You’re Sick of Social Media FB Purity Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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276: Holly Worton ~ How to Create Your Own Personal Formula For Mindset Work & Healing

Nov 5, 2018 40:36

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276 Holly Worton ~ How to Create Your Own Personal Formula For Mindset Work & Healing

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today's episode topic comes from a listener, who suggested this: “That would be a great podcast subject - all the things we can do for self-development and what they can give us, using yours as an example. As we know, that’s kinda the same as business development.”

In today's episode, I'm going to run through ALL the stuff I've done for personal and professional development in terms of the inner work. I often say that I think the best way to approach mindset work is to train in a technique yourself, so you can have a practical tool to work with yourself on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis...and then to find other professionals to work with when you need to go even deeper. Here's what that actually looks like, and how you can find your own way of working like this.

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What You'll Learn Some of the different techniques you can use for personal/professional development My Go-To Team for Coaching, Healing, and Transformation Why I use the techniques I use, and what I get from them How to decide which techniques are best for you to use How I decide when to work on something myself and when to hire someone How often do we need to do this inner work Things and People I Discussed Reiki IRECA Coaching PSYCH-K® HEW® Cara Wilde  Cracking the Code to My Weight Loss: Keto + OMAD Cathy Ballard  Claire Baker  Jo Trewartha Joanna Hennon  Lisa Wechtenhiser Merran Lusher Sara O'Dowd Sharon Lock Suneet Goomer  Vickie Young Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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275: Holly Worton ~ It's Samhain! Let Go of the Old & Welcome the New

Oct 29, 2018 23:02

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275 Holly Worton ~ It's Samhain! Let Go of the Old & Welcome the New

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week I'm talking about Samhain. It's time to say goodbye to the old and prepare for the new. It's time to declutter: let go of worries, unwanted aspects of your life, and anything else you want or need to get rid of. It's also a great time to evaluate how things have been going for you over the past 12 months, so you can plan to experience more of what you actually do want in the coming year.

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What You'll Learn How to evaluate your experiences over the past year What to look at when reviewing your year Things to let go of so you can make space for more of what you do want A simple oracle card technique to learn the themes of the coming months and year What to do if you want to get outdoors and experience the energy of this season Things I Discussed Cracking the Code to My Weight Loss: Keto + OMAD Plant Spirit Healing Apprenticeship Weekly Akashic Records emails Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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ITWS 012 How Tracking Your Cycle Can Help Your Business and How to Get Published by Hay House or Other Traditional Publishers with Lisa Lister

Oct 25, 2018 01:05:52

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274: Holly Worton ~ Getting Back on Track

Oct 22, 2018 27:54

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274 Holly Worton ~ Getting Back on Track

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I'm talking about getting back on track. I really struggled to come up with a topic for this week's episode, but when I pulled an oracle card, it all became clear. In this episode, I tell my own story of getting off track, and how I got on track. I help you to understand whether you're on track or off track, and how to get realigned. You'll also hear why it's all good, because even if you're off track, you're not really off track!

 

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  What You'll Learn How to evaluate whether you're aligned with your current lifestyle How to get clear on how and why you got off track How to get back on track Things I Discussed 7 Ways To Use Oracle Cards In Your Business, by Joanna Hennon   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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BMPS 011 How to Make a Difference With Your Copywriting, With Tanja Gardner

Oct 18, 2018 49:09

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273: Holly Worton ~ What Change Actually Looks Like

Oct 15, 2018 24:03

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273 Holly Worton ~ What Change Actually Looks Like

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I'm going to talk about recent changes in my business (as of this week!) and what that means for this podcast. I'm also going to go deeper into the details of what's been going on behind the scenes so you can get a better idea of what transition looks like. I know that a lot of business owners go through changes and will of ten pivot the focus of their business, and I think it's important to talk about what these changes often look like. They're not always smooth and easy! I know I've been talking about changes since this time last year, but it hasn't happened as planned, so I want to share the reality of what's been going on.

 

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  What You'll Learn What change actually looks like The behind-the-scenes peek at what's been going on for me What's in store for this podcast Things I Discussed

Changes Are Afoot http://www.hollyworton.com/changes-are-afoot/

Cracking the Code to My Weight Loss http://www.hollyworton.com/cracking-the-code-to-my-weight-loss-keto-omad/

Business Beliefs http://www.hollyworton.com/mindset-books/

Alone on the South Downs Way http://www.hollyworton.com/walking-books/

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BMPS 010 How to Discover Your Life Purpose, with Helen Elizabeth Evans

Oct 11, 2018 57:05

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272: Holly Worton ~ Mindset: Why It Isn't About Positive Thinking

Oct 8, 2018 31:02

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I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I'm talking about why having the right mindset is not about positive thinking...and what it is instead. I think it's important to separate positive thinking from actual mindset work if we really want to create big change in our business and life.

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What You'll Learn

Why mindset is not about positive thinking

What to do instead of trying to think positive all the time

Why trying to stay positive may be hurting you

Why you need to dig deep to find the diamond

How to be careful when digging through the mind crap

Things I Discussed Business Blocks Business Beliefs Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMPS 009 How to Connect With Your Inner Wisdom with Joanna Hennon

Oct 4, 2018 34:09

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271: Joanna Hennon + Holly: Fun For the Sake of Fun

Oct 1, 2018 42:46

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I’m back, with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Joanna Hennon! Today we’re talking about how to have fun for the sake of having fun. We kind of resisted this topic, but it came through in the end, thanks to some help from an oracle card. While this topic may not be obviously related to business mindset, we think it's very relevant. Hope you find it FUN!

 

Today's Guest

I’m back, with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Joanna Hennon! Today we’re talking about how to have fun for the sake of having fun. We kind of resisted this topic, but it came through in the end, thanks to some help from an oracle card. While this topic may not be obviously related to business mindset, we think it's very relevant. Hope you find it FUN!

 

More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

 

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  What You’ll Learn Why we need to allow ourselves to do what we need to do to feel good and have fun How to schedule fun into your calendar and time block it to make sure it happens Why we need to be willing to feel good, rather than pushing through and hustling all the time How to figure out what you need to do to have fun + the exact questions you need to ask yourself Why you need more than one basket of “personal time” activities Why we often judge ourselves for the things we find to be fun Why your time off needs to be guilt free (and how to release the guilt) How to make sure your “down time” is fun (rather than simply productive) Why this needs to be a commitment to yourself   Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher

 

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BONUS! The Mark Struczewski Podcast: Workcations

Sep 28, 2018

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Holly Worton is an author and podcaster who helps entrepreneurs dissolve their visibility blocks and limiting beliefs around money and success so that they can take easy inspired action and grow their business to new heights. Using a unique process called Heart-Centered Energy Work® and drawing on her 18+ years of business experience, Holly is able to quickly cut through the noise and straight to the heart of any feelings of stuckness, frustration, doubt, overwhelm and anything else that comes up when business isn’t going as well as we’d like.

On this episode with Holly Worton: workcations: what they are and why they are so powerful at helping you being productive and the importance of having 100% from your spouse if you’re an entrepreneur.

BMPS 008 How to Create Financial Freedom, with Kate Northrup

Sep 27, 2018 31:29

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270: Holly Worton ~ Why Mindset Matters

Sep 24, 2018 25:36

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270 Holly Worton ~ Why Mindset Matters

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I’m talking about why mindset matters. I’ve been so focused on mindset for the past five years that I think I tend to assume that everyone else understands why mindset is so important. But it’s actually not all that obvious, especially considering I lived my entire life up until 2013 without focusing on mindset!

 

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  What You'll Learn

What mindset is and why it matters

How your mindset can help you or hurt you

Why mindset is NOT about just thinking positive

Why you sometimes need to dig through the mind crap

Why mindset is NOT the end result

What you need to do in addition to doing the mindset work

Things I Discussed Business Blocks Business Beliefs Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMPS 007 Jo + Holly ~ How to Think Bigger & Surround Yourself With the Right People

Sep 20, 2018 49:16

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269: Holly Worton ~ How to Unleash Your Inner Expert

Sep 17, 2018 25:19

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! After a recent retreat I went on with my friend Joanna Hennon (we essentially just holed up in her house for five days and did loads of channeling and PSYCH-K®), I’ve got more clarity on my message. I had fallen into the trap of talking about the method, not the end result. Yes, business mindset is important. Mindset is important for entrepreneurs. But it’s not the end result: it’s the means to the end, which for me is about helping my clients step up as experts in their field and really own their knowledge and experience and expertise.

Today’s episode focuses on just that: how to unleash your inner expert. You’ve got an expert hiding inside of you -- you just need to let it out there so everyone else can see it. This goes beyond the simple concept of visibility. It’s about standing in the space of “I know this” and “I know enough and I'm good enough to share my message.” This is also much deeper than that guru marketing BS: it’s about showing up and really owning that space.

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What You'll Learn

What is an expert and why would you want to be seen as one

What you need to

Things I Discussed

Marianne Williamson quote from A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of "A Course in Miracles": “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people will not feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It is not just in some of us; it is in everyone and as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give others permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”

Ways You Can Express Your Expertise

Choose your format! Write/film/speak

Write a book

Host a podcast and/or be on other podcasts

Write a blog

Create a YouTube channel and/or do live videos

Speak at events

Start a membership group

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BMPS 006 Meg Worden ~ How to Be Vulnerable and Tell Your Story Without Shame

Sep 13, 2018 39:37

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268: Holly Worton ~ How to Let Go of Things in Business & Life

Sep 10, 2018 24:38

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268 Holly Worton ~ How to Let Go of Things in Business & Life

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week’s episode was inspired by a topic suggestion that I got a few months back, where someone asked me to speak about letting go of old stuff, people, and things that you have put a lot of work into. Business and life are all about refining our priorities and letting go of things that no longer serve us so we can focus on the things that are most important to us. This could mean any number of things: people (such as clients, friends, family) or things (such as products or services you offer).

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What You'll Learn Why might you want to let go of something or someone in your business or life How to identify things that no longer serve you and people that aren’t right for you What types of things you might want/need to let go of How to know when it’s time to let go of something or someone Why decluttering your home can make it easier to let go of the bigger things to let go of How to identify priorities in your life and why this is such a vital part of the letting go process Why you need to get clear on where you want to go How to get the mindset you need to easily let of things that no longer serve you Things I Discussed

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying: A simple, effective way to banish clutter forever, by Marie Kondo

The Pivot Map, by RM Harrison

Where am I? Priorities

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BMPS 005 How to Build a Successful Business Around Your Blog with Celestine Chua

Sep 6, 2018 37:35

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267: Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ What to Do When You Don’t Get What You Want

Sep 3, 2018 48:16

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Joanna Hennon is back! We only missed one episode together, but it feels like forever! Today’s episode is a follow up to episode 253: Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ How to Get What You Really, Really Want… When Wanting Isn’t Enough. In that episode, Joanna and I talked about our plans to move home, and how we planned to manifest our dream houses. Now we’re back, talking about what to do when you don’t get what you want, how you want, where you want, and when you want. This episode really is A Tale of Two Houses.

 

More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

 

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  What You’ll Learn

How to handle it when things don’t go your way

What to do when you “fail” at manifesting

Why just because you’re aligned doesn’t mean it’s going to happen how and when you want it to

Why you need to be really honest with yourself about the details

How to know if you’re tricking yourself into thinking it’s perfect when it’s really not

Why we sometimes limit ourselves and we don’t go for what we really want

Can it actually work if the process is misaligned? And is it guaranteed to work if you are aligned?

Why we don’t always get what we want, when we want

Why we sometimes get attached to a specific outcome, and what we need to do instead

Why you need to stay in the open space: don’t give up; stay open to letting it in

Why we need to accept the worst case scenario as a possibility

Why the mantra “Everything always works out perfectly for us” has to be part of the perfect plan

How to avoid going into failure mode and blaming yourself and feeling sorry for yourself - and what to do instead

The difference between blaming yourself and taking responsibility - and why self reflection is important

Finally, things you can actually do when you don’t get what you want

 

Questions to Ask Yourself

Is it exactly right for you? Is it just what you want?

Are you willing to fully step into that reality?

If you did create this to happen this way, why did it happen?

If this outcome were exactly right, why would that be?

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BMPS 004 How to Follow Your Creative Intuition with Flora Bowley

Aug 30, 2018 32:49

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266: Holly Worton ~ What to Do When You Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything

Aug 27, 2018 25:08

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266 Holly Worton ~ What to Do When You Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week’s episode is inspired by this week’s episode. What I mean by that is that I waited until the last minute to record it. I had a very, very lazy week and to be honest, I didn’t get much done, which was disappointing, because I’m out of the office for the next two weeks, and I planned to get EVERYTHING done between Monday and Friday. It was a reasonable expectation, but it didn’t happen. In this episode, I explore why I didn’t manage to get much done, and I talk about when we need to push ourselves to get things done, and when we need to take it easy. I know we’ve all had weeks like this, so I hope you find this useful!

 

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  What You'll Learn

How to get clear on why you’re not being productive

How to understand when it’s time to give yourself a break, or push through the laziness

Why lazy days can be a symptom of burnout

Why you need to pay attention to where you are in your cycle

How to have reasonable expectations when planning your week

Why you need to be flexible with your priorities

Why time blocking makes it easy to be flexible with your calendar

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BMPS 003 Alison Green of Ask a Manager, How to Effectively Manage Your Team

Aug 23, 2018 39:53

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265: Holly Worton ~ How to Know if You Should Write a Book For Your Business

Aug 20, 2018 29:01

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265 Holly Worton ~ How to Know if You Should Write a Book For Your Business

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I’m talking about writing a book. Everyone seems to be writing a book these days. Should you write one? In this episode, I walk you through some questions I think you need to ask yourself before you embark on a project like this.

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What You'll Learn How to know if you should write a book or not How to know that it’s the right time for you to write a book What to do if you want to have a book, but you don’t want to write a book How to get clear on what’s stopping you from writing your book How to get the mindset you need to write your book Next steps you can take to get started Questions You Need to Ask Yourself Do you want to? Or is it a should? Or do you just like the idea of being an author? Are you willing to put in the work? Why do you want to write a book? What do you hope to get from writing a book? What are your expectations for the book? Are they reasonable? Are you willing to put in the time and effort to market a book? Things I Discussed Kat Loterzo on Amazon Episode 155: Jo + Holly ~ How to Get a Book Out of Your Head and Onto Amazon (now with downloadable transcript!) Episode 144: Halona Black ~ How to Create Your Signature Book for Your Business Episode 126: Sylvie McCracken ~ How to Create Passive Income Through Ebooks Episode 63: How to Self Publish a Book That Looks Professional, with Michele DeFilippo Joanna Penn Take Action Today Listen to the other episodes on books and writing Answer the questions above Write down a list of things you could write a book about Block out time in your calendar to write the book, launch the book, and market the book START WRITING. KEEP WRITING until you finish Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMPS 002 How to Create a Successful YouTube Channel with Maria of Gentlewhispering

Aug 16, 2018 29:26

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264: Holly Worton ~ How to Bounce Back When Business Feels Terrible

Aug 14, 2018 32:36

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264 Holly Worton ~ How to Bounce Back When Business Feels Terrible

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I’m going to talk about what to do when things get difficult in business. It can be all too easy to fall into the trap of thinking like a victim and getting caught into a downward spiral of feeling sorry for ourselves. Business has its ups and downs, and we must learn to be resilient so we can flow through the times of difficulty. In this podcast, I’ll talk about how you can reframe your situation and realize that what what you need is deep inside yourself. I’ll talk about how you can draw on your own inner source of power -- your personal power -- to turn your situation around. Finally, we’ll look at how you can focus on what you do want (personal power) not what you don’t want (weakness) and how you can get the mindset you need to make this all happen

 

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  What You'll Learn Why resilience is so important in business (and why it doesn’t necessarily mean tough rigidity) How to pull yourself out of a downward spiral of business despair How to reframe your uncomfortable situation How to reach inside yourself and tap into your personal power How to go within rather than seeking external help (although that’s okay, too) How to focus on what you do want (personal power) not what you don’t want (weakness) How to get the mindset you need to make this all happen Things I Discussed Episode 262: How to Use Patreon to Create a New Income Stream in Your Business Episode 257: Are We Charging Too Much For Our Services? with Joanna Hennon Episode 220: Why You Need Resilience in Your Business, with Jo Casey The Druid Plant Oracle deck The Dip: The extraordinary benefits of knowing when to quit (and when to stick) by Seth Godin  Episode 41: How to Step Into Your Personal Power in Business, with Jac McNeil Business Beliefs  Business Blocks Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMPS 001 How To Use Muscle Testing In Your Business with Holly Worton

Aug 12, 2018 39:47

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263: Holly Worton ~ How YOU Can Start Your Own Podcast

Aug 6, 2018 57:17

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263 Holly Worton ~ How YOU Can Start Your Own Podcast

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Thanks to a suggestion from Esther in the Facebook group, I’m talking about how you can start your own podcast. This is another in-depth episode with loads of info and resources.

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What You'll Learn What is a podcast Why you might want to start a podcast Who should start a podcast How to know you’re ready to start a podcast How to start your own podcast How to decide on what format you want to use How to get guests for your show if you decide to do interviews What gear you need + where to get it All the tech stuff you need to have in order to get started What things you can do yourself + what you need to outsource How to market your podcast How to get the mindset you need to start your own podcast Where to go to get additional help if you need specialized podcast coaching Things I Discussed Podcast Launch, by John Lee Dumas ShePodcasts Blue Yeti microphone Soundrangers Podcastguests Podcast transcripts Elsie Escobar's E-League Patreon Resources My blog post on How to Start Your Own Podcast Top 10+ Tips To Make Your Podcast Guests Feel Special Top 10+ Tips To Be A Stellar Podcast Guest Top 10+ Tips on Pitching Yourself to Be a Guest on Someone Else’s Podcast Download the Worksheet

I also created a checklist to help you on how YOU can start your own podcast. Get it here (no opt-in required).

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262 Holly Worton ~ How to Use Patreon to Create a New Income Stream in Your Business

Jul 30, 2018 01:06:16

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262 Holly Worton ~ How to Use Patreon to Create a New Income Stream in Your Business

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! I’m so excited about this week’s show, which is all about Patreon and how YOU can use it to create a new income stream in your business. I’ve known about Patreon for almost two years now, and you may be surprised to hear that I actually set up a Patreon page way back in October 2016. Or you may be super confused about all this because you’ve never actually heard of Patreon.

Whether you’ve been supporting creators and business owners on Patreon for years, or whether you’ve just heard of it now, I highly recommend you listen to this episode. It’s a long one, because I go so in depth into all the research I did on Patreon before revamping my own page. This will help save you hours of research that I did myself.

I also walk you through my own Patreon page, so you can see exactly how I set mine up, and compare that to how you’d like to set up your own account on Patreon. Like I said, I’m super excited about building my community on Patreon, and if you’ve ever gotten value from this podcast, or my Facebook group, or my videos and books, I’d like to invite you to join me there. The tiers start at just $1 a month, and you can jump in and out at any time.

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What You'll Learn What is Patreon and why you might want to use it How long Patreon has been around, and whether or not it’s actually credible Who uses Patreon and what is it good for What are the success rates people experience with Patreon Whether it’s just good for offering content, or if you can also use it for your services How it serves both you and your customers/clients at the same time When to set up a Patreon account How I set up my Patreon page How you can set up your own Patreon account (step by step!) My top tips on setting up your Patreon page and how much time you’ll need to invest in it How to predict the ROI of your time invested on Patreon Where and how to promote your Patreon page so you can get more supporters Things I Discussed

Episode with Joanna Penn

ShePodcasts Facebook group

Elsie Escobar

Episode with Jessica Kupferman 

The Art of Asking, Amanda Palmer

Diversifying Your Income as a Creator With Joanna Penn

My Business Beliefs and Business Blocks books

Resources My Patreon spreadsheet  Who are the Top Patreon Creators?  Creative Funding Show  Making an intro video that converts Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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261: Holly Worton ~ How to Pivot Into a New Phase of Your Business

Jul 23, 2018 27:11

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261: Holly Worton ~ How to Pivot Into a New Phase of Your Business

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today's topic is based on a question from the Facebook group: "I'd be interested in a discussion on moving on to something new and making the decision whether to continue with what you are already doing - i.e. make the new business some sort of addition to the present business or whether to really clear space for something entirely new." This is a pretty easy topic for me to speak about, considering all the little changes and shifts that my business has gone through since 2011.

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What You'll Learn How to know when you need to pivot into something new When to add the new idea to your existing business When to clear space and start something totally new How to communicate your business change to your community How to deal with your online presence, including your current email list and social media profiles Things I Discussed RM Harrison, The Pivot Map RM Harrison on the podcast Cara Wilde's guided journeys Business Intuition Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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260: Holly Worton ~ How Stretching Yourself In All Areas Helps Your Business

Jul 16, 2018 28:37

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260 Holly Worton ~ How Stretching Yourself In All Areas Helps Your Business

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today's episode is inspired by my kickboxing summer course, which I just returned from. It was a massive stretch for me (I had lots of fears going into it, which I talk about on the show) and I came out of it feeling so proud of myself. In this episode, I talk about how stretching ourselves in all areas of our lives can benefit our business.

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What You'll Learn How to stretch yourself outside of your comfort zone in all areas of your life How you can stretch yourself outside of your comfort zone with the stories you tell in your content Why it's so important to say yes to new opportunities (and to stay alert so that we actually see them when they come our way) Why every little bit counts, even the baby steps (they all add up!) Things you can do today to start stretch yourself Things I Discussed Go Solo LIVE Podcast 253: Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ How to Get What You Really, Really Want… When Wanting Isn’t Enough  257: Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ Are We Charging Too Much For Our Services?  246: Jo + Holly ~ How to Tell if You’re Out of Alignment or Deep in Fear With Your Business Shelby Forsythia's podcast Coming Back Toastmasters Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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259: Jo + Holly ~ What Will They Think of Me? Will They Like Me? (How to Get Past These Fears)

Jul 9, 2018 44:24

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259 Jo + Holly ~ What Will They Think of Me? Will They Like Me? (How to Get Past These Fears)

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

In this week's episode, we discuss one of the biggest fears we've experienced, something that we also see in clients on a regular basis: What will people think? Will they like me?

This is something that I've personally struggled a lot with, and it's something that really held me back in the past. Once I learned how to reprogram my beliefs, it really made it easier for me to take action despite these thoughts. As I grow, and take bigger actions, they often trigger a new version of these limiting beliefs, but I now have the tools to work through them. Today, you'll learn what you can do to overcome these beliefs.

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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What You’ll Learn What our own journey has been like in dealing with these fears and how this shows up for us Why this happens and why we have these fears How this shows up in business and how it holds us back Why this is a problem and why we need to work on it How perfectionism comes into play and why we need to get used to taking imperfect action How this is related to resilience and how we can strengthen our resilience muscle Why we need to step outside our comfort zone in all areas of our life, not just business What you can do to change this and release these fears so you can take action more easily Practical baby steps you can take to get used to speaking out and taking action Other Resources BMP220 Jo + Holly ~ Why You Need Resilience in Your Business The fuck-off fairy How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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258: Holly Worton ~ You Have Come a Long Way, And You Do Not Know It

Jul 3, 2018 31:13

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258 Holly Worton ~ You Have Come a Long Way, And You Do Not Know It

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I start out with a quote that represents a concept that's been coming into my life a lot lately: taking stock of where I am and how far I've come. I don't do this often enough, and I bet you don't, either. So in this episode I want to encourage you to take a look at just how far you've come in the past few years...even if you think you haven't done enough.

 

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What You'll Learn The importance of taking stock in how far you've come and what you've achieved on your journey How to celebrate everything, even the baby steps you've taken Practical ways to look back and get clarity on just how much you've done and changed Why it's important to look at all areas of your life, not just business Why it can be helpful to get feedback from others Things I Discussed "You have come a long way, and you do not know it. You have a long way to go, and you do know what that means." from Idries Shah, in the book Learning How to Learn, which you can read for free. Vickie Young's weekly Akashic Records messages PSYCH-K®  Heart-centered Energy Work® Shelby Forsythia's podcast episode where I talk about grief and difficult life stuff  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BONUS! [Go Solo LIVE] with [Jennifer Buchhold]: [Creating Possibilities by Having the Right Mindset]

Jun 29, 2018

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257: Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ Are We Charging Too Much For Our Services?

Jun 26, 2018 49:08

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257 Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ Are We Charging Too Much For Our Services?

 

Today's Guest

Today, we ask the question: are we charging too much for our services? For years, the online business world has been all about increasing prices and truly valuing what we have to offer the market. But have we gone too far? In this episode, Joanna and I explore how online business prices compare to the prices of other types of professionals in the marketplace, and whether or not we're all charging too much.

  More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

 

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  What You’ll Learn How online business prices compare to a psychologist with a PhD Why we've created a kind of online bubble of high pricing amongst ourselves Why this world of online entrepreneurs has become its own mini economy Why many people believe they can't charge the same prices for face-to-face sessions as they do online Why most “normal” (read: offline & local) people can’t access these prices – and why other online business owners can Whether or not we would we pay these prices in our offline lives Why entrepreneurs are more willing to pay higher prices Why sometimes we want the expensive thing to be the magic bullet (and how online marketing reinforces this) Why it’s not just about whether you have the money or not – we need to ask: is it really worth it? Why we sometimes hand over responsibility to others when we buy expensive products/services Why you need to ask the question: are you making the purchase decision out of love...or fear? Why you need to be in the right energy if you actually want to make your investment work Why some people have to spend a lot of money to show up...and why that's not necessarily the case for everyone The questions you need to ask yourself before making an investment Have we lost sight of the value piece? Why value is so important to consider Is it really a money block when we choose not to pay for big ticket items?   Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher

 

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256: Holly Worton ~ It's Summer! Time to Review Your Business, Make Changes, and Plan for the Future

Jun 18, 2018 22:56

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256 Holly Worton ~ It's Summer! Time to Review Your Business, Make Changes, and Plan for the Future

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I talk about summer and what that means for business: it's a time of integration, balance, reviewing, cleansing, and manifestation.

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  What You'll Learn How to review your past year in your business and life and evaluate what worked and what didn't What things you may need to cleanse, declutter, release, or let go of How to evaluate the balance in your business and life and determine where you need/want more How to look forward to what lies ahead in your business: planning, adjusting, growing How to be daring, why it's time to try something new and get visible in a different/bigger way How to get the mindset you need to make this all happen more easily   Things I Discussed 253: Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ How to Get What You Really, Really Want… When Wanting Isn’t Enough 247: Holly Worton ~ What, When, Why, and How to Outsource   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word

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255: Jo Casey + Holly ~ How to Navigate the New Era of Email Marketing

Jun 11, 2018 42:30

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255 Jo Casey + Holly ~ How to Navigate the New Era of Email Marketing

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today, we talk about how to navigate the new era of email marketing. Hopefully, you've recovered from the GDPR rush of last month, and are ready to plan a new way forward. In this week's episode, we discuss where we think things are going with email marketing.

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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What You’ll Learn What the new culture shift with email marketing looks like Why list building will no longer be the most important thing in marketing Why this will help us disentangle our worth as entrepreneurs from the size of our list How this will affect the numbers game we all got used to playing What we need to focus on instead of just counting the numbers How to focus on creating real connections with people rather than blasting out a message Why conversational marketing works better than broadcasting New things you can do to truly connect with people as individuals, not as numbers in a list Why consent leads to healthier relationships Things We Discussed GDPR For more GDPR fun: The G-D-P-R Song For even more GDPR fun: this spectacular Privacy Policy Tara Gentile article: List-Building Is Dead! Long Live List-Building! In Praise Of The GDPR  Qoya Tanya Geisler Tracie Nichols Lara Heacock Jenny Mahan Jo’s Garden Party + link to the replay  Joanna Penn’s Patreon account   Amanda Palmer’s Patreon Amanda Palmer’s book The Art of Asking: How I learned to stop worrying and let people help  1,000 True Fans by Kevin Kelly  Rebecca Woodmass  Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin  Kelly Diels and her Blazing Epistles of Righteousness  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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254: Holly Worton ~ How to Pull Yourself Up Out of a Low Vibe Place, Even When Your Path Isn't Clear

Jun 4, 2018 23:25

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254 Holly Worton ~ How to Pull Yourself Up Out of a Low Vibe Place, Even When Your Path Isn't Clear

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Thanks to a recent post in the Facebook group, today I'll be talking about how to pull yourself up out of a low vibe place, even when your path isn't clear, and you can't see the way forward.

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What You'll Learn How to pull yourself up out of a low vibe place so you can focus on moving forward What to do when you can't even see the path ahead How to reconnect with your goal/vision/intention and pull yourself up out of a low vibe place How to get back in touch with the foundation so you can focus on what you want How to do the mindset work to get yourself back on track with the beliefs you need to move forward Things I Discussed Who am I? posts New Identity Masterclass Business Beliefs book Business Blocks book Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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253: Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ How to Get What You Really, Really Want... When Wanting Isn't Enough

May 28, 2018 41:57

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253 Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ How to Get What You Really, Really Want... When Wanting Isn't Enough

 

Today's Guest

Today, we ask the question: Is wanting something really enough? As business owners, we all create visions for our business, set goals, and take action. But is wanting something enough to actually make it happen? Is setting SMART goals enough? And are SMART goals really smart? If not, what should we be doing instead?

 

More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources.

 

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  What You’ll Learn Why you have to really, really want it The difference between wanting and “choosing for” something Why things are in flow when what we choose for is what’s aligned for us If you're really focused on making something work, how is that different from hustle? The difference between goals and intentions Why you have to be super clear on what the ACTUAL goal is (hint: it might not be what you think it is) How to get clear on what your soul wants you to do – and why this is key Why you need to align the superconscious, conscious, and subconscious Why you have to do the inner work first to create a foundation Why you need to feel high vibe and what does that actually mean How to bounce back from setbacks along the way How goal setting is different from manifesting Do you need to put everything else on hold when focusing on something?   Things We Discussed The Secret The Soul Space Heart-centered Energy Work®   Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher

 

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252: Holly Worton ~ How to Commit to Something, Follow Through, & Make It Happen

May 21, 2018 42:33

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week's topic was a request, and I was pleased to see that I had a lot more to say about it than I initially thought. Owning and operating a business is a big commitment, and in this episode, I talk all about making a commitment and having the self discipline to keep your word, follow through, and make it happen. 

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What You'll Learn The things I've committed to and what I've done to follow through (so you can see what's worked and what hasn't) How to make a commitment to yourself in business or life Why you need to make sure you really, really want it How to create a plan and get organized Why time blocking is the magic tool for self discipline (and how to get really specific with it) How to get clear on the things that might get in the way of you following through (and what to do about them) How to take inspired action so you can keep your commitment Where to get accountability if you think you need it Things I Discussed The Alice Jennings GDPR workshop and checklist. You can get £25 off her GDPR course here by using the following coupon code: Holly (that's a capital H)

Suzanne Dibble's GDPR Compliance Pack, which includes 20 legal template documents you can copy and adapt for your business, plus checklists and videos. You can get her GDPR pack here

My books

The Definitive Guide to the Workcation Weekend

Walk 100 Miles

NHS Couch to 5K 

OBOD Bardic Grade Course 

Amber de la Garza's episode on time blocking

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251: Holly Worton ~ How to Step Into a New Business Identity

May 14, 2018 24:26

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251 Holly Worton ~ How to Step Into a New Business Identity

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week, I'm talking about how to step into a new business identity. Sometimes, we know it's time to shift into something new with our business, but it's not always easy. It can be hard to evolve into something new, and there are lots of ways our mindset can trip us up.

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What You'll Learn The three steps to shifting into a new business identity How to get clear on the mindset stuff that might be getting in the way of shifting into something new Practical action you can take today to help you step up into this new identity (both inner work and outer work) Things I Discussed Primrose Plant Initiation Cara Wilde's New Identity Masterclass Business Beliefs Business Blocks Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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250: Jo + Holly ~ Who heals the healers? Who coaches the coaches?

May 7, 2018 49:21

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Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today, we talk about who heals the healers, and who coaches the coaches. Where do we go to get help when we need it? We're not used to being vulnerable, and often we feel like we have to show everyone that we've got our shit together. It can be hard to reach out and ask for help when we're used to being the receptacle for other people's stuff. People always say to be vulnerable and share the shit when we're on the other side and can talk about the learning experience, but where do we go when we're in the middle of the shit?

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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What You’ll Learn Why coaches and healers need support, too – even when we have our own tools to help ourselves What happens when we don’t get the support we need How to reach out and ask for help – before we reach burnout or overwhelm How do you recognize when you need help Why we need energetic boundaries – and how to set them How to find places where it’s more give and take – where we don’t have to keep up appearances Why we need spaces where we can show up as us, with all the bits – and where to find these communities Things We Discussed Brené Brown HSP (highly sensitive person) The Supernova Collective Tanya Geisler How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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249: Holly Worton ~ How to Help Your Business Blossom in Creative New Ways

Apr 30, 2018 26:52

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  Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today's episode honors the festival of Beltane, the third pagan celebration of spring, where the season eases into summer. Traditionally celebrated on May 1, this festival marks the beginning of the summer months and the warmer part of the year. If you're in the southern hemisphere, of course, you'll be celebrating Beltane on November 1. What does this have to do with business? Beltane is associated with fertility, blossoming, creativity, and union...and we're going to talk about each of these aspects in relation to our business.

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What You'll Learn How to take stock of where you are and where you're going How to add new levels of creativity to your business and life How to branch out of your usual circles and join new communities How to get seen in meaningful ways, rather than being visible for visibility's sake How to create new unions and joint ventures in your business Why you need to focus on generating revenue and not get lost in doing other things Things I Discussed Beltane Tara Gentile Mighty Networks Glamoraks Elsie Escobar Meetup Joint webinars and video interviews on YouTube Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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248: Holly + Joanna Hennon ~ How to Make Money Manifesting Work for You

Apr 23, 2018 50:30

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Today's Guest

I’m back, with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Joanna Hennon! Today’s episode was inspired by last month’s episode on transformation work: Can You Expect Miracles From Doing Transformation Work? This month, we dig deeper into the specifics of money manifesting, money mindset, and transformation work around money. We look at why this is such a big issue for so many of us, and why we need to dig deeper and really get to the core of our money stuff (and how to do that).

 

More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources: http://joannahennon.com/freebies/

 

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  What You’ll Learn If we’re all doing transformation work, why aren’t we all rich? Why we often measure too soon and how that’s a problem Why none of this is actually about money -- and what it’s really about What the highest priority actually is (and why it’s not really money) Why your relationship with money is the same as your relationship with the Universe Why money is just a symptom that causes us pain -- and what we need to do with that pain How to look at all the work happens behind the scenes before the money is visible How to get out of the stuck place where all you feel is lack Why it’s so important to dig deeper into what it means to not have “enough” money (and how to do that) Why you need to say yes to opportunities, even when they’re not what you expected Why just because you do the work, it doesn’t guarantee the money Can you create money out of thin air? Why the energy needs to flow and how that might affect retaining money in savings How money relates to lifestyle, and how to make sure that you end up with the lifestyle you actually want What to do when we get attached to where the money is coming from (and does it really matter?) Things you can do TODAY to start taking action to get the money and the lifestyle you really want   Things We Discussed PSYCH-K® EFT The Soul Space  Business Beliefs book Business Blocks book  Joanna’s Facebook group  Holly’s Facebook group   Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher

 

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BONUS! Intuitive Leadership Mastery with Michaela Light: Bold Business Beliefs (Vital to Easy Success) with Holly Worton

Apr 18, 2018

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247: Holly Worton ~ What, When, Why, and How to Outsource

Apr 16, 2018 46:18

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I talk all about outsourcing: what to outsource, when to outsource, why to outsource, how to outsource...and when you might actually want to do stuff yourself. I also talk about how to make outsourcing easier.

This was inspired by Louisa's request in the Facebook group for an episode on: "Outsourcing. I’m sure many small business owners could do with more time and outsourcing pieces of work is the obvious answer to that. But maybe we aren’t all aware of how much stuff we can outsource (I don’t think I am) either to people or to apps etc. Plus I think there’s a whole lot of Mindset stuff around outsourcing about your own judgments, about “get her” paying other people to do stuff for her and around money paying for servicing." Listen to this episode

    

What You'll Learn What is outsourcing, and why you might want to start doing it Why outsourcing is a problem for some people What fears, blocks, and limiting beliefs people can have around outsourcing What to outsource, when to outsource, why to outsource, and how to outsource When you might want to do certain things on your own (and stop outsourcing them) Things I Discussed Top 10 Tips on Pitching Yourself to Be a Guest on Someone Else’s Podcast Xero.com Acuity Scheduling Divi The Definitive Guide to the Workcation Weekend Canva.com  Fiverr.com (I've got a whole list of specific service providers in my Super Tech Recommendation Mega Guide) MeetEdgar.com Boomerang for Gmail Naomi Darlington (for transcripts) Ask a Manager blog Alison Green of Ask a Manager on this podcast Business Beliefs book Business Blocks book Camtasia The Super Tech Recommendation Mega Guide Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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246: Jo + Holly ~ How to Tell if You're Out of Alignment or Deep in Fear With Your Business

Apr 9, 2018 57:30

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  Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today's episode was inspired by a post that someone made in my Facebook group:

“Hey Holly, I’ve been thinking about something just lately, and wondered if anyone has some thoughts about this?
When you’re not making the progress you want in your business, how do you know if:

You’re reluctant to move out of your comfort zone and step up (in which case, it may be worth pursuing, gently); or
2. What you want to do (or think you should do) is out of alignment with your values (in which case it should probably be abandoned)?

Both these situations can feel like fear, reluctance, or lead to procrastination. How do you tell the difference if it feels ‘off’ but you’re not quite sure why?

This is something I’d love to hear you and Jo discuss on the podcast!”

Today, using me as an example, we talk about the difference between misalignment and fear. Some people can “solve” this dilemma using logic, but those of us who are more intuitive can really struggle with being in this type of situation. The differences are very subtle, and it's worth digging deeper into this topic to get clarity on what's exactly going on so we can know exactly what to do.

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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What You’ll Learn How to determine whether you're experiencing fear or misalignment in your business How to tap into the feeling behind what's going on How I worked through the murky months in my business My journey from doubt to clarity on my business path How I identified the difference between fear and misalignment in my own business How to move forward even when you're not 100% clear The questions you need to ask yourself to get clear on whether or not you're in alignment How this fits in with the Why behind your business How to get clear on what type of fear you're experiencing + the questions you need to ask yourself The things you need to pay attention to when you're taking action Things We Discussed Cara Wilde Tara Mohr's blog post on fear Tanya Geisler How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BONUS! The Write Word Podcast with Janet Groom: Meet the Author, Holly Worton

Apr 5, 2018

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245: Holly Worton ~ How to Spring Clean Your Business + Mindset

Apr 2, 2018 30:34

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I talk about how to spring clean your business. We've recently had the spring equinox in the northern hemisphere, and that inspired me to think about how we can spring clean our businesses...and how we can plant the business seeds we plan to grow in the coming seasons.

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What You'll Learn The three steps to spring cleaning your business The three foundation questions you need to ask before you get started with cleaning How to declutter your business + your business mindset How to plant the seeds and commit to care for them as they grow What to do if you "forget to water" your business seeds + how to get back on track Things I Discussed Who am I? old blog posts  Where am I? old blog posts   Where am I going? old blog posts  Business Beliefs book  Business Blocks book Business Visibility book  Podcast episode on trust in business Podcast episode on business boundaries The Super Tech Recommendation Mega Post  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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244 Joanna Hennon + Holly: Can You Expect Miracles From Doing Transformation Work?

Mar 26, 2018 42:02

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Today's Guest

As you may remember, I'm trying out a new format for 2018 with quarterly co-hosts, and my fabulous co-host for Q1 is Joanna Hennon, who has previously been a guest on the show. You can find her on episodes 86, 158, and 178.

Today, we talk about how much transformation we can actually expect from doing transformation work. We're both big fans of personal development, transformational work, and mindset work, and Joanna has just returned from the PSYCH-K Basic Workshop, which I did almost five years ago. I always say my life is Before PSYCH-K and After PSYCH-K, and in this episode we talk about why this kind of work is so powerful and life-changing.

 

We Ask These Questions: What are these transformational tools that we speak of, and how do they work? What does transformation actually mean? Why isn't everyone who uses these tools rich and successful? Is there really such a thing as a quick fix? What about non-spiritual people who are successful? How do they make it happen without doing transformational work? Is there a danger in doing too much transformational work? Is big transformation actually possible? How often do we need to do transformational work? Are we ever really done with this kind of work?

 

More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources: http://joannahennon.com/freebies/

 

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  What You’ll Learn How to create real transformation from using transformational tools and doing mindset work What's really possible when you do transformational work Examples of what real transformation looks like Why transformation work isn't enough, and what you need to do alongside it How to manage your expectations when doing transformation work Why you need to commit and make it a habit (and what that looks like) Things We Discussed EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) PSYCH-K NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) Heart-centered Energy Work Cara Wilde Muscle testing Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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Mar 19, 2018

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243: Holly Worton ~ How to Trust Yourself in Business

Mar 19, 2018 31:17

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today's topic is thanks to Louisa, who suggested it in the Facebook group. I talk about trust: how to trust yourself, your decisions, your abilities, your intuition...and also how to trust the Universe/Source/whatever you call it. This is a massive topic to go into, which is why I've added lots of links to supplementary materials that can help you with this. 

 

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  What You'll Learn How to trust yourself, your decisions, and your abilities Why a strong sense of intuition is important in trusting yourself Why knowing yourself deeply is the key to self trust (and how to actually do that) How to dig up the mind crap that might be getting in the way of you trusting yourself Things you can try to help you more easily trust in the Universe/Source The Questions Who am I? Look at values, priorities, interests, skills, strengths Where am I? Look at where you are in each area of your life, and also what your current mindset is like Where am I going? Look at where you want to be headed in your business and life, and what mindset you need to make that happen Things I Discussed Who am I? old blog posts  Where am I? old blog posts   Where am I going? old blog posts  Business Beliefs book  Business Blocks book  Business Intuition book  Podcast on business intuition The Dip, Seth Godin Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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242: Jo + Holly ~ Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Mar 12, 2018 01:16:55

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Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today, we talk about how the MBTI – the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. You've probably noticed that Jo and I are huge fans of the MBTI, but did you know that Jo has actually trained in this, and used to facilitate evaluations as part of her pre-business professional life? In this episode, we talk about why the MBTI is so important, and how it's useful to business owners. Jo also does a full run down of my own profile, while helping you to find your own. The way she describes each type is incredibly interesting, and even though I've known my own type for years I learned so much from this episode!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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What You’ll Learn What exactly are psychometric tests and why they're useful Why certain things come easy to you and why you struggle with others How the MBTI can help you find your zone of genius...and your ideal clients How the MBTI can help you discover how best to structure your work day How to get clear on what comes most naturally to you Why the MBTI is so much more than what you get from an online quiz Things We Discussed Carl Jung + personality types 16 Personalities Quiet by Susan Cain How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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241: Holly Worton ~ What to Do When You're Sick of Social Media

Mar 5, 2018 31:04

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week I'm talking about what to do when you're sick of social media. This is something that I'm experiencing yet again! And I know from the comments I've received from my 2015 blog post on the topic that lots of other people go through this at one point or another. This episode will help you to get clarity on what's really going on behind your aversion to social media (or networking, or speaking, or whatever) so you can either do things differently or do something else instead. This episode will be equally useful to you if it's not social media that's your problem, but networking or something else you've been hating in your business.

 

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What You'll Learn What to do when you're sick of using social media What to do instead to market your business Questions to ask yourself to help you to get clarity on exactly what's going on How to reduce the noise of social media + notifications Things you might need to give yourself permission to do How to get help with social media (and I don't mean hiring a social media manager) Questions to Ask How do you actually feel about social media? What do you want to get out of using social media? Is it working? Are you getting results? What's actually going on? Are you trying to do too much? Are you trying to be everywhere? Do you dislike posting your stuff on social media, or do you dislike reading other people's stuff? Are you still playing the comparison game? Are you experiencing burnout or overwhelm? Are you naturally more of an offline marketer or networker? Is the social media just not your thing? Is it the wrong time of the month? (yes, seriously...but not in the way you're thinking) Is your business in transition? Is your life in transition? Are you simply on an inner journey or are you at a crossroads on your path? Is your mindset getting in the way? Things I Discussed The blog post from 2015 that inspired this episode The Instinctive Whole Brain Marketing videos Episode 239: Holly Worton ~ How to Quit the Comparison Game for Good  Episode 226: Holly Worton ~ What To Do When Fear Of Overwhelm is Keeping You Stuck in Business  Natalia Real's epic burnout blog post: ENTREPRENEURIAL BURNOUT (LET’S GET VULNERABLE) Natalia's episode on this show: [R2B 99] How to Keep Your WordPress Website Glitch Free, with Natalia Real Lisa Lister's book Code Red Lisa Lister's episodes on this show: 91 + 176 Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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240: Joanna Hennon + Holly: How to Add More Fun and Play to your Business and Life

Feb 27, 2018 42:29

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  Today's Guest

As you may remember, I'm trying out a new format for 2018 with quarterly co-hosts, and my fabulous co-host for Q1 is Joanna Hennon, who has previously been a guest on the show. You can find her on episodes 86, 158, and 178.

Today, we talk about how to have more fun and play in your business and life. This is something that we've both struggled with in the past, in both extremes: finding it difficult to add more fun and play to our lives, and having so much fun and play that we're afraid we'll lose the serious stuff. In today's episode, you'll learn all about how to make business and life more enjoyable through fun and play.

 

More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources: http://joannahennon.com/freebies/

 

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  What You’ll Learn Why it's important to have fun and play in our business and life How to know that you need more fun and play in your business and life If you're a fun and playful person, does that mean you're not a serious business owner? What does fun even mean? How do you know if something is play? How YOU define what play means for yourself (there's no one definition) Does everything in business and life have to feel like fun? The question you need to ask yourself when business and life are feeling heavy and hard What to do when fun is difficult What to do if you're not actually enjoying the fun or play What to do if you're feeling guilty about all the fun and play How to make space for fun and play in your business and life What to do if you're afraid the fun will take over your life and you'll quit your business Things We Discussed Listography, by Lisa Nola Joanna's Soul Space Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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239: Holly Worton ~ How to Quit the Comparison Game for Good

Feb 19, 2018 27:10

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  Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I talk about the comparison game: that crappy game that we've all played at one time or another. It's certainly not fun, and we can never win it. So why do we keep playing? I explore how we can quit the comparison game for good in this episode.

 

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What You'll Learn A three step process to help you quit the comparison game for good How to understand what your particular brand of comparison game works Things you can journal on to get clarity on what your comparison game looks like How to get a higher perspective on your comparison game and the people you put on a pedestal Why you don't have all the information on someone else's game How to take both inner and outer action to quit the comparison game for good Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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238 Jo Casey + Holly ~ How to Find a Business Model That Works for You

Feb 13, 2018 58:05

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Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today, we talk about how to find a business model that works for YOU, as well as a style of working. It's so tempting to follow someone else's blueprint, but that rarely works for anyone. It's much harder to create your own blueprint, but that's actually what's needed for most people. In this episode, we guide you through some ideas on how to do this.

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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What You’ll Learn The dangers of blueprints and following someone else's model Why modelling others actually can be helpful in the beginning How to get in touch with your business model and working style What are the different options or elements you can include in your business model How to get clear on how you want to work Understanding yourself and the way you work Things to take into consideration when creating your business model The questions you need to ask yourself when putting together your own business model Things We Discussed Our episode: Why You Need Resilience in Your Business  MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®) The Fascination Advantage by Sally Hogshead  Wealth Dynamics by Roger Hamilton How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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237: Holly Worton ~ How to Deal With the Unknowns in Business

Feb 5, 2018 25:54

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I talk about how to deal with the unknowns in business. This is one of those aspects of business that can be incredibly frustrating: there's often not a clear path to achieve our goals. Or we may think there is, but then reality doesn't match up with our original plans. In this episode, I pick apart how business goals differ from other types of life goals, and what you can do to make achieving them a little bit easier.

 

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What You'll Learn Why it can be so challenging to deal with the unknowns in business What you can do to make the unknowns easier How to create a clear (and flexible!) plan to achieve your goals What you need to do in your regular check-ins How to know when to keep going and when to pivot Things I Discussed Walk 1000 Miles Challenge  My Walking Books  You Don't Know What Color Another Entrepreneur's Belt Is (the kickboxing video)  The Pivot Map My Business Intuition Book Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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236: Holly Worton ~ Get Clear on Your Year: A Guided Meditation

Jan 29, 2018 27:48

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Some months have a fifth Monday, and when that happens I'll be making a little guided meditation for you. This one will help you to get clear on what you want in the coming weeks and months, and what you need to do to make that happen. You may notice that I get a lot of the questions from recent podcast episodes. It looks at practical stuff, and also mindset. I hope you find this relaxing and useful!

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235: Joanna Hennon + Holly ~ How to Find the Right Balance Between Structure and Intuition

Jan 23, 2018 47:07

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  Today's Guest

As you may remember, I'm trying out a new format for 2018 with quarterly co-hosts, and my fabulous co-host for Q1 is Joanna Hennon, who has previously been a guest on the show. You can find her on episodes 86, 158, and 178.

Today, we talk about how to balance structure and intuition, which is a topic that I know is an issue for a lot of listeners. It's also been a huge journey for me, in terms of finding the sweet spot  between structure and flow. Joanna and I share our personal journeys, and we also talk about super practical tips you can implement

More About Joanna Hennon

Joanna is a #SoulSmart Success Mentor - she helps people to easily create more success  by using the wisdom and power we all have access to at soul level. Living life from a place of soul power, in tune with your higher self and your Guides, and using the Law of Attraction with intention will literally change your life! To get started, grab one of these free resources: http://joannahennon.com/freebies/

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What You’ll Learn How to find the right balance between structure and freedom (that works for YOU) How to get things done and still go with the flow Is it even good to have 100% structure or 100% intuition? What structure can do for you Why structure doesn't necessarily take away your freedom How to use time blocking and an online calendar to achieve flexible structure How to plan your content and still leave room for flexibility Why you need to plan in down time and self care FIRST How to avoid overscheduling The question you need to ask yourself every day to make sure you're on track How to balance the desire for a safety net with trust in yourself Why self awareness is the key to finding your own balance Things We Discussed Jo Bendel, productivity coach Joanna's Soul Space  Bashar  Joanna's Soul Smart Podcast  Connect with Joanna Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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234: Holly Worton ~ How to Create More Ease & Flow in Business

Jan 15, 2018 33:43

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I'm talking about how to create more ease and flow in business (and life!). Ease is something I've really struggled with over the years (yes, I'm aware of the irony of that statement). I tend to operate from a place of pushing, rather than allowing, despite the fact that ALLOW was my word of the year for 2017 (I talk more about that in this episode). So it's probably no surprise that a lot of the work that I do, both with myself and with clients, involves helping them to take action more easily. They say that you teach what you most need to learn, and that's certainly true in my case! I hope you enjoy this episode.

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What You'll Learn How to create more ease and flow in your business and life Why it's so important to get energy moving to create flow (and how to do that) How mindset work can help you in creating ease and flow Why certain types of structure can help to create flow (yes, this sounds counterintuitive but it works) How to take inspired action, rather than acting on shoulds Why you might need help with some of this, and why you don't have to do it all on your own Things I Discussed Productivity Straight Talk with Amber de la Garza (podcast)  How To Get Sh!t Done: Time Blocking Strategies That Work Amber's episode on this show  Code Red: Know Your Flow, Unlock Your Monthly Super Powers and Create a Bloody Amazing Life. Period.  Lisa Lister's episodes on this show: 91 and 176 The Woo episode: 201  Business Intuition, and my other books Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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233: Jo + Holly: The Importance of Transparency in Business... and How to Get It

Jan 8, 2018 49:18

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Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today, we talk about transparency in business. You know what I mean: being open and clear, with no manipulative hidden agenda lurking around. Unfortunately, there are plenty of business owners out there who still operate from a place of manipulation and lack of transparency.

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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What You’ll Learn What is transparency and how it shows up in business Why transparency is important in business What lack of transparency looks like How you can be more transparent in business How to know when you're being transparent and when you aren't Things We Discussed Reinventing the Online Summit: How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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232: Holly Worton ~ What to Do When You've Fallen Out of Love With Your Business

Jan 1, 2018 25:42

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Today’s Guest I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I talk about what to do when you've fallen out of love with your business. This can be hard to admit, but sometimes it happens! And that doesn't mean that it's the end of the world, or even the end of your business. Listen to this episode

  

What You'll Learn Why we sometimes fall out of love with business Why you don't necessarily need to quit and get a job (and what you can do instead) How to rekindle the love for your business Questions to ask yourself to understand why you don't love your business anymore Once you're clear on the situation, what specific actions you can take How to get the mindset you need to create a business you love Things I Discussed 229: Jo + Holly ~ How to Make Sure You Operate Your Business from a Place of Integrity 225: Jo + Holly ~ How to Set (and Uphold) the Right Business Boundaries for YOU 222 Amber De La Garza ~ How to Structure Your Business To Improve Productivity & Get Things Done Productivity Straight Talk with Amber de la Garza The Pivot Map by RM Harrison Questions to Consider What do you love doing (both in business and outside of business)? What do you dislike doing? Why do you want a business? Why are you dissatisfied with your business? How can you do more of what you love? How can you integrate the things you love into your business? Are you out of integrity somewhere in your business? Do you need to set new boundaries or reinforce existing boundaries in your business? Do you need to improve your time management in any way? Do you need support in any area of your business? Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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231: Louisa Whitney: How to Create Unique Collaborations in Your Business

Dec 25, 2017 32:07

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Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Louisa Whitney. We originally met in a local networking group several years ago, and we actually live in the same town! I love this episode for a couple of reasons: Louisa's story is a perfect example of how you can pivot in your business so you can serve the same audience in a totally different way that feels more aligned for you, and because she's created a very unique network of professionals who work together in a very coherent way, providing packages of services based on what each client needs. I'd like to encourage you to think of how you might do something similar in your industry as you listen to this episode.

You may also remember that I've been calling for listeners who want to be a guest on the show. This is the special guest listener episode! Enjoy. And happy holidays. :) About Louisa

Louisa Whitney is a family mediator.  She helps couples who separate to make arrangements regarding their children and money and property.  She facilitates discussion and helps to give people the tools to manage their separation in a constructive way and to map out what happens for everyone involved.  Where couples are locked in conflict she encourages them to think about things from different perspectives and particularly to consider how this conflict might impact on their children.  She is also a Professional Practising Consultant (PPC) which means she supervises and helps develop other family mediators to develop their own experience, training and skills.  In addition to her own consultees Louisa also offers training to other mediators, lawyers and counsellors.

Louisa's family mediation practice is LKW Family Mediation and this can be found at www.lkwfamilymediation.co.uk.  The practice can also be found on Facebook or Twitter @LKWFamMed.  Louisa can also be found on Twitter @LouisaWhitney.  You can also connect with her on LinkedIn.

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What You’ll Learn How Louisa made a major shift in how she serves her clients How she created a very unique network of professionals who provide bespoke packages to clients The benefits of helping clients by creating a network like this How you can create something similar in your industry How changing her mindset has helped Louisa in her business and in building this network How to market your business when it's hard to pin down your target market (most people aren't looking for divorce solutions until they're actually in that situation) How to keep building relationships so you can encourage referrals from other professionals How listening to the podcast has helped Louisa and her business Louisa's favorite episodes Things We Discussed BMP221 Holly Worton ~ How Your Money Mindset Relates to Your Business Mindset  BMP226 Holly Worton ~ What To Do When Fear Of Overwhelm is Keeping You Stuck in Business BMP225 Jo + Holly ~ How to Set (and Uphold) the Right Business Boundaries for YOU  Surrey Divorce Solutions Connect with Louise Website Facebook Twitter How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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230: Holly Worton ~ How to Make Mindset Work a Habit

Dec 18, 2017 26:41

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Today’s Guest I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I'm talking about how to make mindset work a habit. This is something that's really important to me, and while I've discussed it a bit in the past, it's something I want to talk more about. I spoke on a similar topic not long ago on Joanna Hennon's podcast: Make Energy Work A Habit  Listen to this episode

  

What You'll Learn How to get clear on what you don't want How to get clear on what you want instead How to make mindset work a habit: what this actually looks like The questions you need to ask to get clear on the mindset you want How to actually do this work: with yourself and with another professional Why it's so important to be able to make these shifts yourself Things I Discussed Blog post: How I Shift a Specific Business Block in My Mindset  Rock Your Fabulous Biz! with Ruby McGuire Soul Fire Sessions Podcast with Louise George  PSYCH-K®  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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229: Jo + Holly ~ How to Make Sure You Operate Your Business from a Place of Integrity

Dec 11, 2017 48:17

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Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today, we talk about how integrity in business. This is a topic that's been coming up a lot for me lately, which you may have noticed from my solo episode 224 on How to Establish Credibility & Trust as an Entrepreneur. Integrity is so, so important to me, possibly because my first business really did NOT feel aligned for me in terms of integrity.

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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What You’ll Learn What integrity actually means and how it shows up in business How to get clear on what acting from a place of integrity looks like for you How overextending ourselves can affect our business integrity Why it's so important to make things right when we mess up How getting support comes into play when we're building a business from a place of integrity What boundaries have to do with business integrity How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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228: Holly Worton ~ How to Be Consistent in Marketing Your Business (And Why It's So Important)

Dec 5, 2017 34:12

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week, I talk about why consistency is so important in marketing your business. More importantly, I talk about how to be consistent, which is the thing I think most people find challenging.

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What You'll Learn How to be consistent in marketing your business (and why it's so important) Why it's so important to show up on a consistent basis Why consistency builds know/like/trust How consistency keeps you at the top of people's minds when they're looking to work with someone or recommend someone Why consistency is not just about showing up, but it's also about visual consistency How to get the mindset you need to be consistent with your marketing Things I Discussed Jenny Shih's video Canva Amber de la Garza's podcast Cup of tea/coffee Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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227: Louise George ~ How to Understand Your Soul Story & Find What Makes You Unique

Nov 27, 2017 24:58

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Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Louise George. You'll love her take on mindset, and you'll love her story of how she dramatically changed her business by making one simple decision...and then taking big action based on that. She's also got really practical tips on how to understand your soul story and find what makes you unique.

About Louise

Louise George is a transformational coach, business mentor, speaker and screen actress.  After careers in property, then advertising and running businesses in property management and fitness coaching... and then burning out, Louise decided it was time to follow her heart and create the life she truly desired, with a business that enables her to work from anywhere, follow her passions and help other women to gain the clarity, mindset and tools to live the life they desire too.  In less than a year Louise created a six figure coaching business, while traveling the world and is now helping others to consciously create the businesses and lives they dream of. Louise is currently based in London but travels often for business and pleasure. When not running her business Louise can often be seen on screen, as an actor and on camera host and she enjoys being outdoors and in nature in her spare time, paddle-boarding, running and on adventures with her dog, Ty.

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What You’ll Learn How Louise was able to build a six figure business in less than one year (hint: a lot of it has to do with mindset) How she broke the feast/famine cycle in her business The three things you need to know to be able to identify your purpose Simple actions you can take TODAY to get started on your path to finding your soul story Why being outdoors is non negotiable for Louise, and why you need to figure out what your non negotiable things are Things We Discussed Enneagram  Danielle LaPorte's The Desire Map Connect with Louise Website Facebook Instagram Youtube Pinterest Twitter iTunes Passion to Prosperity Plan How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP226 Holly Worton ~ What To Do When Fear Of Overwhelm is Keeping You Stuck in Business

Nov 20, 2017 21:21

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I talk about what to do when fear of overwhelm, exhaustion, and burnout is keeping you stuck in business. We hear so many stories about exhausting launches and burnout in business that it's easy to think that this is the only option, which is totally untrue. Sometimes our fear of burnout can keep us stuck in business: stuck playing small, because we're so terrified of exhaustion that we don't take the actions we need to take to build our business in a different way. Having a successful business without overwhelm is possible, and in this episode I'll walk you through both the mindset and the practical actions you can take to build a business without fear of overwhelm. 

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What You'll Learn How to get the mindset you need to build a successful business without burnout Practical actions you can take to create a successful business without overwhelm The questions you need to ask yourself to get started on your journey to business without exhaustion Things I Discussed Fabeku's Money Lab Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP225: Jo + Holly ~ How to Set (and Uphold) the Right Business Boundaries for YOU

Nov 13, 2017 01:03:25

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Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today, we talk about business boundaries. This is such an important topic, and yet I don't see people talking about it often enough. This is kind of an extended episode, much longer than our usual 30 minutes. We decided that we had a lot to say, and there's a lot that needs to be considered when it comes to boundaries. Our last co-hosted episode was on resilience, and this one really complements that one: when your boundaries are clear and strong, then it makes it so much easier to be resilient in business.

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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What You’ll Learn What are boundaries, and why do we need them? The role courage plays when it comes to setting and upholding boundaries What types of boundaries you need in terms of managing time and energy How to set boundaries to balance work time and personal time How to set boundaries for cancellations, refunds, late arrivals, and no shows How to get clear on what you will and won't do in your business How to get clear on who you'll work with and who you won't How to get clear on what you're willing to debate and what you won't How to set boundaries around pricing (including pay what you want pricing) What to give for free and what to charge for How to deal with boundary pushers (you know what we mean!) The mindset stuff that gets in the way of setting and upholding clear boundaries Things We Discussed Marie TV video: How To Set Boundaries: Be Generous Without Being A Doormat  Randi Buckley: Healthy Boundaries for Kind People Randi Buckley: Health Boundaries for Business How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP224 Holly Worton ~ How to Establish Credibility & Trust as an Entrepreneur

Nov 6, 2017 27:50

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I'm talking about something that keeps coming up in conversations with business friends, and also on my social media timelines. Everyone seems to be talking about this: how certain online business owners lack expertise and credibility in the work that they do, and how that affects those of us who actually have the background and experience to be doing what we're doing. So, what to do? In this episode, I explore exactly what you need to be doing to establish yourself as a credible business owner. This also serves as a reminder to myself, because I don't do this as much as I could.

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What You'll Learn How to establish credibility and trust in your business Why it's so important to tell your story...over and over... How to get the mindset you need to speak up about this stuff Things I Discussed The SoulSmart Podcast The Productivity Straight Talk Podcast  The Sustainable Business Podcast  Natalie Sisson's video  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP223: Tina Conroy ~ How to Use Daily Routines to Get From Chaos to Flow

Oct 30, 2017 30:50

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  Today's Guest 

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Tina Conroy. We originally connected earlier this year when we were part of Elsie Escobar's E-League for podcasters, and I've been listening to her show ever since, the Intuitive Woman Podcast. In today's episode, she shares lots of great stories about how she came out of the spiritual closet, how she developed her intuition, and how she uses daily routines to get from chaos to flow.

About Tina

Since childhood, I’ve known that I’m connected to something greater than me. At an early age I realized that I inherited my psychic grandmother’s gift of prophetic dreams – visions that were always vivid, full of sensory detail and eventually real. Since then, I’ve spent over 20 years attuning my mind and body to truly listen to that internal voice that can predict or advise and is inspired by a greater power.

Now I help others to strengthen their inner voice by improving mental and physical health to synchronize the mind - body connection. As an intuitive energy healer and medium, I host The Intuitive Woman Podcast, a weekly podcast that explores intuition. I’m a yoga instructor and Reiki Master Teacher at PRACTICE Body Mind Soul.

I work with women to develop their intuition, connect with their inner guidance and create a passionate, spiritual life.

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What You’ll Learn Practical ways to develop your psychic muscle (that's right, anyone can do it) Why having a daily routine or ritual can get you from chaos to flow in your life The different elements you can use to create your daily routine A structured and powerful way to approach journaling (that can also bring about big life changes!) The question to ask your oracle cards each morning that will help you focus your day Things We Discussed The Intuitive Woman Podcast  The Meet Your Spirit Guide Meditation episode  Tina's Chaos to Flow program  Connect with Tina Website Instagram FB Page FB Group Online Fall Course: Chaos To Flow: 6 Weeks to RE-Commit to your Spirit
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BONUS! Productivity Straight Talk with Amber de la Garza: 024 | Transforming Your Mindset To Reach Your Full Business Potential

Oct 23, 2017

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In this episode, I sit down once again with author, podcast host, and business mindset alchemist Holly Worton. This time, however, we dive into the immense power your mindset can have over your results and discuss how to transform your mindset to start showing up in your business and the world the way you want to.

We also talk about what working in flow should be like and a technique called Psych K that helps reprogram your self-conscious beliefs. Finally, Holly reveals how starting her coaching business was like pushing a boulder uphill, what was keeping her stuck, and how she pulled herself out of the mud.

This was an awesome discussion with Holly I know you’ll enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!

BMP222 Amber De La Garza ~ How to Structure Your Business To Improve Productivity & Get Things Done

Oct 23, 2017 27:02

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Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Amber De La Garza. Amber is a productivity coach, trainer, speaker, and podcast host with more than 15 years of experience in real estate management, training, and coaching.

About Amber

Amber De La Garza is The Productivity Specialist! Amber is a sought-after coach, trainer, speaker, writer, and the host of the Productivity Straight Talk podcast. She helps entrepreneurs take consistent, massive, focused action in business and equips them with the specific techniques needed to reduce stress, increase profits, make more time for what matters most, and achieve their vision of success.

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What You’ll Learn The mindset you need to have in order to improve your productivity The biggest challenges people have when it comes to personal productivity and getting things done How to balance intuition and structure so you actually get things done The one question you need to ask yourself when planning your days How to implement time blocking in your system (and how time blocking actually allows you more flexibility) The two types of time blocking that will help you to get things done How to implement theme days in your schedule (and specific examples from Amber's business) How to bookend your day for success with four morning and evening routines Specific examples of how to put together your daily routines Connect with Amber Website Podcast Listen on iTunes Facebook Instagram How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP221 Holly Worton ~ How Your Money Mindset Relates to Your Business Mindset

Oct 16, 2017 35:27

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I'm talking about how your money mindset relates to your business mindset. This is a practical episode where I help walk you through any fears, blocks, and limiting beliefs you may have around the 15 categories of business mindset beliefs. I'll also help you get clear on the beliefs you may need to hold in order to make the money you want to be making by transforming your business mindset.

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What You'll Learn How money mindset relates to your business mindset The mind crap you may have in relation to money The beliefs you may need to hold when it comes to making money Things I Discussed Episodes 90 + 170 with Denise Duffield-Thomas on money mindset Business Beliefs Business Blocks Business Visibility Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP220 Jo + Holly ~ Why You Need Resilience in Your Business

Oct 9, 2017 38:20

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Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today, we talk about the importance of resilience in business and why we think it's a vital skill to develop if you truly want to succeed as an entrepreneur. This is a part of the shadow side of business that people don't really talk about, but it's one of Jo's specialties, and it's so, so important. We hope you enjoy this episode!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey has over 20 years experience of working as a trainer and consultant in the corporate, public and third sectors. Her flashy clients and workplaces have included Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), The NHS, BT, Toyota Motors, Peugeot Business School, The Welsh Assembly Government, The Girl Guides UK, Vets4Pets/Companion Care, several Local Government Authorities, and The Department Of Work And Pensions. But she's also worked with many no less wonderful smaller ventures, micro businesses and SMEs.

She's a self-confessed nerd and has taught at college and university levels and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester. Jo has a Masters Degree in Coaching and Organizational Development and she's an NLP Master Practitioner, MBTI qualified professional certified Emotional Intelligence EQi 2.0 consultant.

She's been coaching for over 15 years now – clocking up over 1000 hours of coaching experience. Basically, she carefully treads that line between being passionate and a tiny bit obsessive about what she does (obsession often wins). Jo runs accredited coach training programs and coaches people from all over the world via the power of the internet.

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What You’ll Learn What is resilience and why it's important What purpose does resilience serve? How to build resilience if it doesn't come naturally to you The difference between a growth vs a fixed mindset How to pick yourself up after what feels like a failure The key questions you need to ask to come back from “failure” How to reframe the “failures” in your business Things We Discussed Andrea Owen of Your Kickass Life Jo Casey's Facebook group Holly Worton's Facebook group How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP219 Holly Worton ~ How to Crack the Code to YOUR Business Blueprint

Oct 3, 2017 27:45

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I'm talking about how to crack the code to YOUR business blueprint, so you don't have to waste time and money trying to use someone else's.

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What You'll Learn What I mean by business blueprint, and what are the elements that make it up Why you need to create YOUR own blueprint, and not use someone else's How to create your own blueprint The specific questions you need to ask yourself The attitude you need to have to approach this process Things I Discussed Windmill Hill channeled message Redefining Visibility Fabeku Fatunmise  Denise Duffield-Thomas Marie Forleo Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BONUS! Productivity Straight Talk with Amber de la Garza: 020 | Workcations: Disconnecting To Hypercharge Your Focus Powers

Sep 25, 2017

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In this episode, I sit down with author, podcast host, and business mindset alchemist Holly Worton as she walks us through how she went from being an eco hotel owner to a successful business coach. She discusses her initial struggle to figure out why her business wasn’t working at first, helping people achieve their goals and release energy blocks, and her favorite method to hyperfocus and get important work done: taking workcations.

Holly further discusses what she does the day before workcations that enables her to clear her mind and prep to focus, the possible perks of using the same location each time, and the length of time workcations should last to not risk burnout.

This was an awesome discussion with Holly I know you’ll enjoy. Now let’s get to the straight talk!

BMP218 Stella Orange: How to Experiment With New Ways of Marketing That Don't Feel Manipulative

Sep 25, 2017 34:58

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Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Stella Orange. Back when I first started talking about finding new ways of marketing, a friend suggested that I check out Stella. I instantly loved what she had to say, and invited her to be a guest on the show. The day has finally arrived, and I can't wait for you to hear this episode.

About Stella

Stella Orange teaches coaches, healers and consultants how to effectively market their business by telling a better story in their marketing— the story of the hero called to more. A professional copywriter whose writing has generated millions of dollars in sales, Stella knows that the story we tell in our marketing matters a lot, because on a deep level, it shapes how people think about themselves and what’s even possible for them. Three times a month, Stella hosts a 90-minute Shut Up And Write session via videoconference for members of her Write Club community. She is based in Buffalo, New York, where she lives with her husband, the Philosopher, and their dog, Chachi. Get a copy of Stella’s position paper The New Marketing: How to Create Clients Without Feeling Gross, Icky or Manipulative at www.stellaorange.com/newmarketing.

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What You’ll Learn What's wrong with old marketing, and why it's not working as well as it used to How to forge a new way forward by experimenting with New Marketing Where to find other people and organizations who practice New Marketing How Joseph Campbell's hero's journey can inspire your business marketing How we can create deeper connections with people Things We Discussed Poet Mary Oliver  Joseph Campbell, The Hero With A Thousand Faces  Connect with Stella Website Facebook Twitter Linkedin Instagram How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP217 Holly Worton ~ Why It Takes Time to Build a Platform and Get Visible (& How to Supercharge It)

Sep 18, 2017 29:03

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week I talk about why it takes time to build a platform and get visible in a big way. I talk about getting visible, getting noticed, and being consistent...and why it's so important to start NOW. I also talk about how you can supercharge (is that actually a word?) the process and speed things up...IF you are ready, willing, and able to do the scary stuff. I also talk about what that scary stuff entails, should you be willing to venture outside your comfort zone!

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What You'll Learn Why it takes time to build a platform and get visible in a big way, despite what the marketing gurus tell you How you can supercharge your visibility (hint: it requires doing the scary stuff) The questions you need to ask yourself to ensure that you're willing to do what it takes What you can do to build your platform even if your business isn't actually your #1 priority How you can take action today to boost your platform and your visibility Things I Discussed My appearance on Cara Wilde's The Way of the Sensitive podcast  My appearance on Shelby Forsythia's Coming Back podcast  Interview with Marie Forleo  Redefining Visibility, the self study program  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP216 Jo + Holly ~ How to ACTUALLY Be Authentic & Speak Your Truth

Sep 11, 2017 30:19

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Today’s Guest  

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today, we talk about how to ACTUALLY be authentic and speak your truth in business. These concepts have evolved into being kind of like buzzwords, and while everyone seems to be talking about being authentic, we often don't hear how to actually do that.

I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hear us talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

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What You’ll Learn How to speak the truth when the truth is hard to say How to figure out what is your truth How do know when you're actually being authentic How to deal with fear when speaking up How to deal with perfectionism so you can show up imperfectly How to say the things you think people don't want to hear Things We Discussed Kelly Diels  Desiree Adaway  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP215 Holly Worton ~ Boost Your Visibility With Reviews, Testimonials, Referrals, & Shoutouts

Sep 4, 2017 25:16

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I'm talking about the importance of social proof, and the role it plays in getting clients. I discuss why I think it's important to both give and receive reviews, testimonials, referrals, and shoutouts to the people, books, podcasts, videos, and other things we truly enjoy. In doing so, we lift each other up and everyone benefits.

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What You'll Learn How to express gratitude and spread the love by giving testimonials and reviews How to ask for and receive testimonials and reviews How to get the mindset you need to give and receive social proof Specific actions you can take today to get started Things I Discussed Unstoppable Coach podcast with Millette Jones In Her Voice with Kelly J Covert The Wellpreneur podcast with Amanda Cook Jo Trewartha  META Health  EAM  Judith Quin  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP214 Shelby Forsythia ~ How to Move Forward from Grief in Business

Aug 28, 2017 31:01

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Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Shelby Forsythia. We recently met online, and then I was a guest on her podcast, Coming Back. Grief is something that I honestly don't give much space to in my life, so it wasn't surprising that being on her show triggered a lot of stuff for me...in a good way. Since then, I've been talking a lot with business friends about the dips we all experience in business and what we need to be, do, and have in order to come back from those challenging bits. Shelby is an expert on grief, so I'm very excited to be talking about this with her. She's got a very unique perspective on grief, and she shares some super practical tips on coming back from grief in business.

About Shelby

Shelby Forsythia is an Intuitive Grief Guide who gives people the tools, space, and support to come back to life after loss. Her mom's death in 2013 sent her on the path to becoming a lifelong student of grief and she uses what she learns to equip others with the knowledge to heal and remind them that they are not alone. She is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, Reiki practitioner, and host of the weekly podcast Coming Back: Conversations on life after loss. She currently lives in Chicago where she enjoys talking to plants and flowers, biking by the lake, and smiling at total strangers.

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What You’ll Learn What grief actually is (Shelby's definition of this is really eye opening) How Shelby handles fear of oversharing when telling her story The one thing that helps Shelby to open up online and be vulnerable when she shares The three elements you need to help you to come back from grief in business and in life How to build your resilience muscle Thing We Discussed Eckhart Tolle  Wayne Dyer  Stephenie Zamora  Elizabeth Gilbert  How To Love Yourself Through Grief  Connect with Shelby Website Podcast Facebook Instagram Youtube How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP213 Holly Worton ~ How to Face the Shadow Side of Visibility With Confidence

Aug 21, 2017 25:51

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I talk a little bit more about how to redefine visibility and being open to the shadow side of visibility. This is a topic that I've been talking about a lot lately (Jo Casey and I explore other aspects of this issue in episode 219, which is on resilience), and I think it's really important to address.

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What You'll Learn What's the shadow side of visibility and why do we need to look it in the face Why it's so important to be open to negative feedback and reviews Why we shouldn't ignore the reviews we get online How to identify safe spots and scary spots online How to take baby steps outside our comfort zone and into the wider arenas of visibility Things I Discussed Business Beliefs Business Blocks  Business Visibility  Redefining Visibility  Facebook group Be my guest!  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP212 Jo + Holly ~ How to Add More Depth to Your Marketing

Aug 14, 2017 30:34

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Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

Today, we talk about how to add more depth to your marketing. There's so much noise online, with everyone doing daily Facebook Lives, but is it really useful? Is business visibility about putting lots of crap out there, or is it more about creating deep, meaningful connections?

I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hear us talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

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What You’ll Learn How to get beyond ticking off your visibility to do list How to share deeper stories about your journey How to tell the difference between deep sharing and superficial sharing What deep visibility actually looks like How to tell the difference between exposure and intimacy The questions you need to ask yourself so you can talk about the stuff that matters...to you What kinds of stories can you share to create deeper connections Things We Discussed Myers-Briggs INFP  Kimra Luna  Leonie Dawson  Denise Duffield-Thomas  Fabeku Fatunmise  Brené Brown  Joseph Campbell, The Hero with A Thousand Faces How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BONUS! In Her Voice with Kelly Covert: Holly Worton on Mindset

Aug 8, 2017

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BMP211 Holly Worton ~ How to Redefine Visibility & Create Deeper Connections Online

Aug 7, 2017 27:53

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today, I talk about how to redefine visibility and create deeper connections online. This is a topic that I've been going on and on about lately (Jo Casey and I explore other aspects of this issue in next week's episode)

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What You'll Learn Why I think we need to redefine how we choose to show up online How you can start creating deeper connections online Specific tips and ideas on how to go deeper How to figure out what you like and don't like, and what you might want to change New ways you can start getting visible by having deeper conversations Things I Discussed Instinctive Whole Brain Marketing  Skype tea/coffee calls  Facebook group  Be my guest!  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP210 Kelly Covert ~ How to Use Your Authentic Voice to Be Truly Memorable Online

Jul 31, 2017 27:15

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Today's Guest 

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Kelly Covert. We met recently in Elsie Escobar's E-League, and I got to know Kelly's work. I absolutely love what she does, and I wanted to get her on the show to talk about how to create a deeper connection online.

About Kelly

Kelly Covert is an inner voice coach with a passion for helping women lay down their lifelong habits of perfectionism and chronic overachieving, so they can listen to their inner voice and love themselves fully every single day.

Through her coaching, online programs, writing and speaking, she is creating a movement of women that are practicing worthy now instead of worthy if or when. She is the creator and host of the In Her Voice podcast. Her work has been featured on The Huffington PostThe Elephant JournalYourTango.com, and she has been a featured guest on many podcasts.

Kelly is also a professional flutist with Symphoria, a wife and the mother of 2 big boys and 1 baby girl beagle named Piper.

You can learn more and connect with Kelly at www.kellycovert.com.

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What You’ll Learn The daily practice Kelly uses to stay connected to her inner voice How connecting to your inner voice can help your business How to create meaningful content that gets you noticed What to do when you don't know what to say, or you feel like you don't have anything to talk about How to know if something's right to post online Thing We Discussed Kelly's In Her Voice podcast Kelly's Free 5 Day Journaling Program Connect with Kelly Website Instagram Facebook Twitter Private Facebook Group How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP209 Carmen Spagnola ~ How Nature Can Get You The Right Mindset For Business

Jul 24, 2017 38:23

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BMP 209 Carmen Spagnola ~ How Nature Can Get You The Right Mindset For Business

 

Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Carmen Spagnola. I recently discovered Carmen after I posted my first marketing rant on Facebook, asking for examples of people who approach online marketing in a truly different way. Christian Marie Herron, who you may remember from episode 11 on this show, recommended that I check out Carmen's website. I did, and I was hooked: I subscribed to her podcast, and I thoroughly investigated her wilderness retreat, which are exactly the kind of thing I've been looking for. In this episode, we talk about nature as therapist, and how getting out in nature can help you get the right mindset for your business. As you know, I'm a big fan of getting outdoors, so this is a fun topic for me.

About Carmen

Carmen Spagnola is a professional intuitive who helps conscious entrepreneurs make better decisions, quicker. She shows spiritual seekers how to connect their soul to their work using intuitive readings, past life regression and hypnotherapy. She is an international speaker and trainer, and founder of The Numinous School of Intuition.

Part researcher, part practitioner, Carmen takes a multi-disciplinary approach to spiritual development. Her style draws on depth psychology, the work of Joseph Campbell, Quakerism, feminist and aboriginal spirituality, as well as developments in brain science and healing. She has studied with Dr.Brian Weiss, Dr.Jonni Gray, Judee Gee, and is certified by the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association of America, as well as the Association of Registered Canadian Hypnotherapists.

Carmen is co-author of the Amazon #1 bestselling book, (in 6 categories), Succeeding Against All Odds; a rising-above- it-all anthology of stories featuring business luminaries such as “We Are the World” producer, Ken Kragen, and eWomen Network’s Sandra Yancey.

Though not all her clients are self-employed, each is busy working to make the world a better place, starting with themselves.

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What You’ll Learn Why Carmen ruthlessly pruned her email list down to just 500 people Where Spirit is found, and why nature and thresholds are two very important places to connect How getting out in nature helps us reconnect to seasonal rhythms How to recognize your own rhythm, and what you need The different types of rituals and ceremonies you can do out in nature Why it's so important to get away to reconnect to the truth of who you are Inspiring Women Judee Gee  Kelly Diels  Thing We Discussed Intuition: Awakening Your Inner Guide, by Judee Gee The Numinous Podcast  The Numinous School of Intuition Connect with Carmen Website Facebook Twitter How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP208 Holly Worton ~ What to Do When You Have Nothing to Say

Jul 17, 2017 25:42

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today is a bit of an awkward topic: what to do when you have nothing to say. As you may imagine, this episode was born from the dilemma that I needed to come up with a topic for the show, but nothing really felt right! I had a list of ideas for topics, and I didn't want to do any of them. So I thought I'd just speak to the problem, because I know I'm not the only one who's ever experienced this.

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What You'll Learn What to say when you feel like you have nothing to say How to avoid superficial marketing and creating crap just to put something out there How to tap into deeper ways of being visible Specific tools and techniques to find the words to describe what you're going through Clear ways of tapping into specific topics for your content Things I Discussed Instinctive Whole Brain Marketing  How to Get the Mindset You Need to Channel Your Guides  Cara Wilde's New Identity Masterclass  Business Intuition book  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BONUS! Coming Back Podcast with Shelby Forsythia: Where Is Your Heart? with Holly Worton

Jul 12, 2017

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Holly Worton, host of Business Mindset Podcast, divorced her abusive husband of ten years and left their shared business less than one year later. I answer a listener question about grief, age, and unfinished business referencing The Grief Recovery Method's concept of "emotional completion." And it's time to get real and raw about the harsh truth of coming back.

Holly Worton's work:
http://www.hollyworton.com/

Call or write in with your thoughts on next week's "Fun One" episode—E10: Grief on The Golden Girls! What glimpses of death, divorce, or diagnosis did Dorothy, Rose, Blanche, and Sophia provide? Were they true for you? 312.725.3043 or email shelby@shelbyforsythia.com, subject line, "Golden Girls."

Support Coming Back on Patreon: 
https://www.patreon.com/shelbyforsythia

     

BMP207 Jo + Holly ~ How to Uplevel Your Business + Life

Jul 10, 2017 29:39

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Today’s Guest

I'm back with another co-hosted episode with the fabulous Jo Casey!

This week, we're talking about how to easily uplevel your business and life.

I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hear us talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

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What You’ll Learn How to uplevel your business and life What is upleveling? What does it look like? How to think bigger and uplevel your goals How to get a new vision for your business that stretches you How to know when it's time to uplevel Things We Discussed The Mentee Podcast with Geoff Woods  Cara Wilde's New Identity Masterclass How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP206 Holly Worton ~ Why You've Got to Be 100% Committed to Your Business Success

Jul 3, 2017 22:18

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Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week I'm doing something I've never done before on the show: I'm taking you along with me on my long distance walk. I've walked the Wey-South Path twice this year: once in February and then again in May, and this week's episode takes place on Day 2 of my May walk. You'll get to experience a portion of the walk along with me, including all the sights and sounds and glorious birdsong.

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What You'll Learn Why you've got to be fully committed to your business How business is like long distance walking Things for you to reflect on to make sure you're really in it for the long game Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP205 Alisoun Mackenzie ~ How to Grow Your Business by Supporting Charity

Jun 26, 2017 25:57

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BMP205 Alisoun Mackenzie ~ How to Grow Your Business by Supporting Charity

Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Alisoun Mackenzie. We met just a couple of months ago in Brussels, where we were both speakers at the No Limits! event. I absolutely loved Alisoun's workshop, because she puts a totally different spin on how to support our favorite charities. If you've been feeling like you wish you could support nonprofits in a bigger way, you'll get lots of ideas from this week's episode.

About Alisoun

Often described as one of the most authentic, inspiring and heart-centered leaders you can meet, Alisoun is on a mission to guide heart-centered business owners and entrepreneurs grow profitable business that are a force for good.

Her entrepreneurial spark was lit when she launched a travel club in 1991, and became a new way of life in 2003 when she left the investment industry to start her own business.

Since then Alisoun’s keynote presentations, training events, mentoring and best-selling books Give-to-Profit: How to Grow Your Business by Supporting Charities and Social Causes and Heartatude, The 9 Principles of Heart-Centered Success and have favorably changed the good fortune of thousands of people worldwide.

Alisoun’s regular humanitarian trips to Rwanda, helping young genocide survivors, have profoundly changed her life, and influenced the way she puts social impact at the core of her business.

She is full of gratitude everyday for the joyful and meaningful life she leads – living near a beach just outside Edinburgh, Scotland.

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What You’ll Learn How to support charities without overwhelm Why the cause isn't as important as the sentiment How Alisoun got to be known as "The Rwanda Lady" How to get people to resonate with your story and your values Why people love supporting you, and how this can lead to higher attendance on conversion rates All the things you need to get clear on so you can grow your business by supporting charities Inspiring Women Dr. Lori Layden  Anita Roddick  Thing We Discussed Alisoun's book Give to Profit  Tapping (EFT) Connect with Alisoun Website Facebook Twitter Youtube Linkedin Instagram How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP204 Holly Worton ~ The Importance of Speaking Up and Using Your Voice

Jun 19, 2017 25:36

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BMP204 Holly Worton ~ The Importance of Speaking Up and Using Your Voice

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today I'm talking about the importance of speaking, as it was reminded to me by the Heart-centered Energy Work™ guides (Orion) in episode 202. They urged us to speak, speak, speak, and in this week's episode, I encourage you to do the same.

YOUR voice is important. How are you going to speak up?

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What We'll Explore How can YOU speak up? What format is best for you? What do you WANT to speak about? What conversations do you want to be having with others? What is important for you to speak about that isn't being talked about enough? Whose voices do you resonate with, and why? Are they people you could collaborate with? Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP203 Jo + Holly ~ How to Find New Ways of Marketing Business Online

Jun 12, 2017 38:36

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BMP203 Jo + Holly ~ How to Find New Ways of Marketing Business Online

Today’s Guest

After two and a half years of interviews and solo shows on this podcast, I'm super excited to introduce a new format. You may know Jo Casey from previous episodes: I interviewed her for episodes 21 and 121 (no, we didn't plan the numbering there...but I like it!), and Jo interviewed me for episodes 31 and 115. Plus, I've been on her podcast twice, first talking about social media http://www.jocasey.com/hollyworton/ and later talking about coaching http://www.jocasey.com/whp-27-combine-coaching-expertise/.

So you can see that we have loads to talk about! I wanted to partner up with someone this year to do some co-hosted episodes, and we decided we'd make a great match. The idea is to have a conversation (much like my regular episodes) around a single topic each time.

Today, we talk about how to find new ways forward with marketing.

I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hear us talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

Listen to this episode

  

What You’ll Learn Why there's a shift going on in certain parts of the online business community What's not working for some people in online marketing Why marketing can feel manipulative and sleazy Why positioning yourself as an expert can be open to exploitation Why certain marketing tactics just don't feel good to some people How we get to the next phase or style of online marketing and what does that look like Things We Discussed Jo's Facebook group Holly's Facebook group  Fabeku Fatunmise Kelly Diels and the Female Lifestyle Empowerment Brand  Derek Halpern's Social Triggers  Robert B. Cialdini's book Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP202 Holly Worton ~ Messages from the Heart-centered Energy Work Guides on Business & Life

Jun 5, 2017 28:33

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BMP202 Holly Worton ~ Messages from the Heart-centered Energy Work Guides on Business & Life

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This is a very unique episode in that it's based on a video I did recently where I got some help interviewing the Heart-centered Energy Work™ guides, who actually tell us their real name. I wanted to get some more information from the HEW™ Guides about the process. So far, I'd received the full download of how the process works (and I'm still learning new ways of working with it), but I didn't have any background information on where the process originated. I asked my friend Cara Wilde to help interview the guides as I channeled them.

About Cara Wilde

Cara has been a guest on this podcast twice already: episodes 13 and 116. You can learn more about Cara Wilde here.

If you've ever wondered about channeling your guides before, Cara's got a fabulous online program on how to do it.

She's also got an AMAZING guided process that's free on how to get clear on the new identity you're stepping up into (great for times when you're uplevelling, but can't quite see where you're going).

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What You’ll Learn Where HEW comes from What’s the specific intention with this process, what's it here to do, and how it can help people What is so important about the heart center How you can recognize when you're out of that heart space and what can help you get back into it The importance of speaking up and the vibration of your voice And so much more! They have such a lovely message to share Things I Discussed

I found it really useful to be able to read the transcript of the interview, so I could really dig into all the details of what the guides had to say. You can download a PDF of the transcript below:

If you'd like to download a copy of this transcript for easy reading, you can do so here (no opt-in required)

Episodes With Transcripts BMP155 Jo + Holly ~ How to Get a Book Out of Your Head and Onto Amazon  BMP164 Jo + Holly ~ How to Know Whether You Need Business Coaching, Mentoring, or a Mastermind…and When  BMP172 Elizabeth Goddard ~ How to Revolutionize Your Email Marketing With ConvertKit And many more! Two transcripts are being added weekly. See the Podcast page for more info.  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP201 Holly Worton & 4 "Woo" Experts: How to Get Over Your Fear of Sharing Your Woo

May 29, 2017 43:28

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BMP201 Holly Worton & 4

The Why

Every once in a while, I ask the women in my Business Mindset Alchemists private Facebook group what they'd like me to talk about on this show, and the topic of woo came up: how to get over your fear of sharing your woo. This is something I've personally struggled with, and I know it's something other people struggle with.

I'm going to be honest here: I'm still not 100% open about my woo, and I would really like to be. I think I'm still taking baby steps to get there. If you've been following me for any amount of time, you've probably been seeing it come out little by little.

I knew this wasn't a topic that I considered myself to be an expert on, so I contacted four online business friends I considered to be experts on the topic, and asked them about their experiences. I asked them for their top tips on how people can get over their fear of sharing their woo, so people can be 100% authentic and aligned and open online...if that's what they want. And so I got together this small group of four “woo experts,” people whom I consider to be open about their woo, to record mini interviews on the topic.

This extended episode took a couple of months to pull together, and I'm super excited that it's ready for your ears.

The Definition

Let's talk about “woo.” It's a heavy word, and as you'll hear in the episode, some of the experts don't like the word at all. Joanna Hennon even said she hated it. It's not surprising why: while I like the word, because I love woo stuff, and I see it as the secret sauce to many of the women I love working with, the official definitions are pretty derogatory. Let's take a look:

Woo-woo. adjective \ˈwü-ˌwü\ dubiously or outlandishly mystical, supernatural, or unscientific. Merriam-Webster.com.

Woo-woo. adjective/ˈwuːˌwuː (derogatory, slang) based on or involving irrational superstition. Dictionary.com

Yeah. So, not very positive. It's easy to see why so many people feel uncomfortable with sharing their woo side. And yet, as Lisa Wechtenhiser says on the show, “Everybody has it to one degree or another.” And it's true. It's just a matter of how you integrate that into your life and business.

Today's Guests

And so, without further ado...I'm super excited to introduce today's guests...that's right, guests! I've got four “woo experts” on the show today, for this extended episode.

Cara Wilde of Soul Inc., who helps people who are called to co-create a Heaven on Earth. She helps people to channel their guide, to achieve their Souls Goals in this lifetime, and to live their most joy-fueled life. She was previously a guest on episodes 13 and 116. Lisa Wechtenhiser is a channel for Guides and Teachers in Spirit. She calls herself the Trust Whisperer, because she helps people to develop unwavering trust in themselves. She was previously a guest on episode 88. Rebecca Kane guides women on their SHEro's Journey by providing clarity, community, and support to women who want to explore who they are at a deep level. She was recently a guest on episode 191. Joanna Hennon is a channel who works with the Spirit Guides. She helps people to step into their greatness by accessing their Soul Wisdom and taking soul-inspired action. She was previously a guest on episodes 86, 158 and 178. Listen to this episode

  

What You’ll Learn Top tips from four experts on how you can be more open about your woo side How they overcame their fear of being judged for their woo How their businesses changed when they started to be more open about their woo Why some of the experts really don't like the word “woo” How to introduce your woo side to people How to know when to share and when not to Why being open can make your business more fun Why the world needs more stuff like this How to help others feel comfortable with the woo stuff How to own it as part of who you are Why the judgment is all about other people's fears How to know when you're at the point of no return in sharing your woo Baby steps you can take to get more comfortable in sharing Where to start talking about it first Why introducing your woo is like practicing your elevator pitch Thing We Discussed It's Not Woo. It's Real. By Cara Wilde How I came out of the channeling closet. By Joanna Hennon  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP200 Holly Worton ~ Celebrating 200 Episodes of Mindset, Growth, and Change!

May 22, 2017 26:46

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BMP200 Holly Worton ~ Celebrating 200 Episodes of Mindset, Growth, and Change!

 

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This week, I celebrate 200 episodes on the podcast. It's been such a pleasure to join you for the past 200 weeks on this show, and I look forward to 200 more. The idea for the content of this episode is thanks to suggestions from the fabulous women in my private Facebook group, including Debbie, Jenny, and Claire.

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What You’ll Learn How my business has evolved over the years and why it's so important to change your business as you yourself grow How the podcast itself has changed and why The top 5 episodes on this show, so you can check them out and learn from the experts Why it's actually powerful to feel like you don't fit in and what you can do with that The importance of doing mindset work and what that means Things I Discussed [R2B 96] How To Use Muscle Testing In Your Business, with Holly Worton  [SHP 37] How to Effectively Manage Your Team, with Alison Green of Ask a Manager  [R2B 83] How to Follow Your Creative Intuition, with Flora Bowley  [SHP 27] How to Build a Successful Business Around Your Blog, with Celestine Chua  [R2B114] Meg Worden ~ How to Be Vulnerable & Tell Your Story Without Shame The hidden power of not (always) fitting in. | Marianne Cantwell Private Facebook group for women entrepreneurs Episodes With Transcripts BMP155 Jo + Holly ~ How to Get a Book Out of Your Head and Onto Amazon  BMP164 Jo + Holly ~ How to Know Whether You Need Business Coaching, Mentoring, or a Mastermind…and When  BMP172 Elizabeth Goddard ~ How to Revolutionize Your Email Marketing With ConvertKit And many more! Two transcripts are being added weekly. See the Podcast page for more info.  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP199 Niamh Arthur ~ How to Create a Wildly Successful Challenge That Fuels Your Business

May 15, 2017 31:43

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BMP199 How to Create a Wildly Successful Challenge That Fuels Your Business

Today's Guest

I'm so excited to introduce Niamh Arthur, this week's guest. Niamh is an expert on connection marketing through videos, and she's made it all possible through hosting tremendously successful video challenges that have grown exponentially. Today we talk about the power of video (even when you hate watching videos yourself) and how to create a wildly successful challenge that feeds into your business offerings.

About Niamh

Niamh Arthur was working at a major coffee chain in 2011 with her second baby on the way when she got the call from HR that she was not going to be entitled to any maternity pay. It was a crushing moment, but triggered Niamh to finally make the decision to do that thing she’d been feeling more and more intrigued by… becoming an online entrepreneur.

In the years since Niamh has built three successful online businesses, created multiple six figure incomes, impacted thousands of people in the online space, worked with hundreds of clients and customers… and turned that maternity leave into permanent leave.

Her secret technique: Connection Marketing. Building a business by creating genuine and scalable connections to her ideal audience, and allowing sales and success to be a by-product of real relationships.

Niamh now focuses on teaching online entrepreneurs Connection Marketing through video. She helps them learn how to be themselves on video and use it as a tool to reach a large number of people while creating true connections. She holds challenges several times a year for thousands of coaches and entrepreneurs to help them practice their video skills and gain comfort. She also runs Light It Up! Video Marketing, a vibrant active community of video creators who support each other and have fun while they learn and grow their video skills and marketing strategy.

Niamh and her family live in the countryside of Ireland surrounded by green, with foxes, bunnies, and cows as her nearest neighbours.

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What You’ll Learn How and why Niamh created her first wobbly video (she wasn't perfect from the get go!) How Niamh started her first challenge with a fresh new community How much time it actually takes to run a challenge, and how to manage the rest of your schedule How far in advance to market your challenge for maximum impact and participation How Niamh has adapted her challenge as it's grown exponentially over the past 18 months How to pick a juicy topic that people will jump to sign up to How to feed the challenge into your business offerings in a way that feels natural and organic What Niamh's team looks like and who helps with what on her challenges Thing We Discussed Light it Up Video Marketing community  Connect with Niamh Website Facebook Facebook Fanpage Youtube How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP198 Jo + Holly ~ How to Handle the Messy Middle in Business

May 8, 2017 36:58

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BMP198 Jo + Holly ~ How to Handle the Messy Middle in Business

Today’s Guest

After two and a half years of interviews and solo shows on this podcast, I'm super excited to introduce a new format. You may know Jo Casey from previous episodes: I interviewed her for episodes 21 and 121 (no, we didn't plan the numbering there...but I like it!), and Jo interviewed me for episodes 31 and 115. Plus, I've been on her podcast twice, first talking about social media http://www.jocasey.com/hollyworton/ and later talking about coaching http://www.jocasey.com/whp-27-combine-coaching-expertise/.

So you can see that we have loads to talk about! I wanted to partner up with someone this year to do some co-hosted episodes, and we decided we'd make a great match. The idea is to have a conversation (much like my regular episodes) around a single topic each time.

Today, we talk about how why no one tells you how hard it is in business. We delve into the messy middle that we discussed last time, and give you solid tips on how to get through it so you can build your business more easily.

I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hear us talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

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What You’ll Learn Why no one tells you just how hard it is How to recognize when you're in the messy middle so you can do something about it What the icky bits have looked like for us How you can develop more resiliency to get past the messy middle with ease How to stay positive while still keeping it realistic Why entrepreneurship involves a constant state of expansion and growth How to deal with the ache after the growth when we step outside our comfort zone Things We Discussed Tanya Heisler  Sherry Guyse  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP197 Holly Worton ~ Step into Your Greatness by Upgrading Your Business Beliefs

May 1, 2017 26:22

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BMP197 Holly Worton ~ Step into Your Greatness by Upgrading Your Business Beliefs

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! Today's episode is inspired by elements from the workshop I gave at the No Limits! event in Brussels in March of this year. I'll be talking all about how you can step into your greatness by upgrading your business beliefs. You may want to listen to this episode more than once, and take notes as you go, as I guide you through a process to help you get valuable information about your current mindset and also the new mindset that you need to achieve your dreams.

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What You’ll Learn How to get clear on your big vision for your business and life Who you need to be to achieve this vision What you need to believe about yourself in order to achieve this What's blocking you from achieving your big dreams How you can take action today (step by step) to step into your greatness by upgrading your business beliefs Things I Mentioned No Limits!  Business Beliefs book  Business Blocks book Denise Duffield-Thomas  Episodes With Transcripts BMP155 Jo + Holly ~ How to Get a Book Out of Your Head and Onto Amazon  BMP164 Jo + Holly ~ How to Know Whether You Need Business Coaching, Mentoring, or a Mastermind…and When  BMP172 Elizabeth Goddard ~ How to Revolutionize Your Email Marketing With ConvertKit And many more! Two transcripts are being added weekly. See the Podcast page for more info.  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP196 Marianne Cantwell ~ How to Make Big Changes in Your Business in an Unconventional Way

Apr 24, 2017 30:09

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BMP196 Marianne Cantwell ~ How to Make Big Changes in Your Business in an Unconventional Way

Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Marianne Cantwell, who was one of my very first podcast guests back in September 2013! Her bestselling book on entrepreneurship, How to Be A Free Range Human, had recently been released, and we talked all about how to create life on your own terms, how Marianne started a thriving business at the start of the recession, and Marianne's top tips for being successful online. But it's been almost four years since we spoke, and Marianne has made some big changes in her business.

About Marianne

Marianne is all about growing a life and business without compromising who you are. She is the author of a bestselling entrepreneurship book (translated into 6 languages and featured in The Guardian, Forbes, CBS Money, etc), the founder of Free Range Humans (with 20,000 readers) and has since taken her 7 years experience of running an online business to be a strategy mentor to business owners who aren't follow-the-leader types: going beyond following blueprints and formulas and making their next stage work in a way that is much more them.

She lives between her home in London, UK and her favourite sunny places around the world.

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What You’ll Learn What it was like to start a business in a space where there were no formulas and blueprints What happened when Marianne took three months off her business and let it run on its own with her team How Marianne stepped out of the formula that had brought her success, and how she stepped into something new The wild experiment that Marianne undertook to prove to herself that she could make money from scratch with a completely different business model The sign that it was time for things to change in Marianne's business Why Marianne chose to step off the usual trajectory in business and pivot into something different Marianne's top tips on how to make big changes in your business Inspiring Woman Elizabeth Gilbert  Things We Discussed TED talk Free Range Humans  Connect with Marianne Website Instagram Twitter Facebook How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP195 Holly Worton ~ How to Stay Grounded + Strong in Your Vision

Apr 17, 2017 26:22

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195 Holly Worton ~ How to Stay Grounded + Strong in Your Vision

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I'm back with another solo episode! Today I'll be discussing how to stay grounded and strong in your big business vision. When I asked in my private Facebook group what topics they wanted to hear solo episodes on, answers included how not to get sucked into all the marketing hype, how to feel good about moving into your power and purpose, procrastination and perfectionism, connecting to your intuition and knowing the right actions to take. As I browsed through the list, I realized that these are all symptoms of not being grounded and strong in the vision you have for your business and life. So, in this episode I explore all of the above, and how you can stay grounded and strong in the vision you have for yourself.

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What You’ll Learn How not to get sucked into all the marketing hype How to feel good about moving into your power and purpose How to avoid procrastination and perfectionism How to connect to your intuition and know the right actions to take How to stay grounded and strong in your big business vision Things I Mentioned My book, Business Intuition  My private Facebook group  My free downloadable resource: How to Get Clear on Your Big Business Vision  Goddess Temple priestess trainings Brigid's Grove Practical Priestessing course  Lisa Wechtenhiser  Episodes With Transcripts BMP155 Jo + Holly ~ How to Get a Book Out of Your Head and Onto Amazon  BMP164 Jo + Holly ~ How to Know Whether You Need Business Coaching, Mentoring, or a Mastermind…and When  BMP172 Elizabeth Goddard ~ How to Revolutionize Your Email Marketing With ConvertKit And many more! Two transcripts are being added weekly. See the Podcast page for more info.  Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP194 Jo + Holly ~ A Tale of Two Websites & How to Uplevel Your Business and Message

Apr 10, 2017 41:31

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194 Jo + Holly ~ A Tale of Two Websites & How to Uplevel Your Business and Message

Today’s Guest

After two and a half years of interviews and solo shows on this podcast, I'm super excited to introduce a new format. You may know Jo Casey from previous episodes: I interviewed her for episodes 21 and 121 (no, we didn't plan the numbering there...but I like it!), and Jo interviewed me for episodes 31 and 115. Plus, I've been on her podcast twice, first talking about social media http://www.jocasey.com/hollyworton/ and later talking about coaching http://www.jocasey.com/whp-27-combine-coaching-expertise/.

So you can see that we have loads to talk about! I wanted to partner up with someone this year to do some co-hosted episodes, and we decided we'd make a great match. The idea is to have a conversation (much like my regular episodes) around a single topic each time.

Today, we talk about messaging: what is your business message, and why do you need one? In this episode, we demystify messaging so you can understand why it's so important, and how to get clear on yours.

I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hear us talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

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What You’ll Learn What it looks like and feels like behind the scenes when upleveling and rebranding a website How Jo + Holly knew when it was time for a new website How Holly rebranded her website in just two days Where we moved from and where we are now in business Why politics triggered Jo's change in message What it looked like when things that were simmering came to the surface How to move from what you don't want to what you do want How to see the things you're too close to see in your business The only way to get out of the messy middle that you experience in between Things We Discussed Holly's website Jo's website No Limits  Lisa Wechtenhiser  Workcation weekends How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP193 Amanda C. Watts ~ How to Become a Niche Celebrity

Apr 3, 2017 31:00

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Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Amanda C. Watts. This episode is full of practical tips on how to become a niche celebrity, including specific strategies that Amanda uses. The idea, of course, is not that you copy her strategies, but that you use them as inspiration to figure out what works for YOU and your business.

About Amanda

Amanda C. Watts helps consultants, creatives and accountants CREATE A POWERFUL PERSONAL & BUSINESS BRAND, Attract Ideal Prospects, Convert Them Elegantly Into Clients, And Be Remembered And Referred

Amanda is a professional speaker, best selling Amazon Author and the creator of hundreds of tools, resources and training for professional experts.

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What You’ll Learn What Amanda's tipping point was after three years of struggle to build her business Why the niche truly is the key to success What you need to be able to pivot at any point in your business What you really need to do in order to be seen in a bigger way How long it took Amanda to build a reputation as an expert in her niche Amanda's successful strategy in building her list and getting new clients through webinars How you can harness the power of LinkedIn (and other social networks) if you have a clear strategy Inspiring Women Linzi Boyd Oprah  Sháá Wasmund  Connect with Amanda Website Website Facebook Page Facebook Group Twitter Youtube Linkedin Escape Book How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP192 Holly Worton ~ Get the Mindset You Need to Make a Big Impact

Mar 27, 2017 28:45

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BMP192 Holly Worton ~ Get the Mindset You Need to Make a Big Impact

Today’s Guest

I'm back again, with another solo episode! This one is based on a webinar I ran a while back with Joanna Hennon, who has been a guest on the show a couple of times now. It was also the topic of my workshop at last weekend's No Limits! event in Brussels.

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What You’ll Learn Why you need to make a bigger impact with your business What making a bigger impact means to YOU What's stopping you from making a bigger impact Things I've done to make a bigger impact (both mindset work + practical action) How YOU can make a bigger impact Things I Discussed No Limits!  MeetEdgar  My resources page:  My private Facebook group:  Episodes With Transcripts BMP155 Jo + Holly ~ How to Get a Book Out of Your Head and Onto Amazon  BMP164 Jo + Holly ~ How to Know Whether You Need Business Coaching, Mentoring, or a Mastermind…and When  BMP172 Elizabeth Goddard ~ How to Revolutionize Your Email Marketing With ConvertKit Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn  How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP191 Rebecca Kane ~ How Red Tents Can Support Women in Business

Mar 20, 2017 32:13

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191 Rebecca Kane ~ How Red Tents Can Support Women in Business

Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Rebecca Kane. She's one of those people I could have a conversation with all day long. Today, we discuss red tents (virtual or in-person gatherings of women) and how they can support women entrepreneurs.

About Rebecca Kane

Rebecca Kane is a Mystic Healer, and Cauldron Priestess.

For the past 16 years Rebecca has been working with women who have been feeling 'out of sorts', not quite being able to put their finger on why they aren't feeling truly happy, as externally things in their life seem 'right'.

Women who had lost touch with who they really are, and need to reclaim their power and their rightful place in the world as the wild, mysterious, intuitive, and deeply connected women that they are.

Rebecca works with women to help them to connect deeply to themselves and the world around  them, so that they can embrace ALL of themselves, and not just the 'pretty' parts.

Leaving them feeling deeply rooted in who they are, so that they can then show up and embody their true self. And the world is in desperate need of people - especially women - who are willing to 'go there' and become whole again.

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What You’ll Learn What is a red tent, and how these communities can help you in your business Why it's so important to reconnect with your own rhythms How to increase productivity in unexpected ways Inspiring Women Elizabeth Gilbert Brené Brown  Danielle LaPorte  Things We Discussed The Red Tent, by Anita Diamant  Code Red, by Lisa Lister  Rebecca's podcast:  Connect with Rebecca Website Facebook Instagram Twitter How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP190 ~ Jo + Holly: How to Get Clear on Your Business Message

Mar 13, 2017 33:40

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BMP190 ~ Jo + Holly: How to Get Clear on Your Business Message

Today’s Guest

After two and a half years of interviews and solo shows on this podcast, I'm super excited to introduce a new format. You may know Jo Casey from previous episodes: I interviewed her for episodes 21 and 121 (no, we didn't plan the numbering there...but I like it!), and Jo interviewed me for episodes 31 and 115. Plus, I've been on her podcast twice, first talking about social media http://www.jocasey.com/hollyworton/ and later talking about coaching http://www.jocasey.com/whp-27-combine-coaching-expertise/.

So you can see that we have loads to talk about! I wanted to partner up with someone this year to do some co-hosted episodes, and we decided we'd make a great match. The idea is to have a conversation (much like my regular episodes) around a single topic each time.

Today, we talk about messaging: what is your business message, and why do you need one? In this episode, we demystify messaging so you can understand why it's so important, and how to get clear on yours.

I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hear us talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

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What You’ll Learn What a business message actually is Why your business needs a message How you get a business message The bits and pieces that make up a business message Whether or not to include your views on politics and hot topics in your message How to make your message clear so people actually understand it Why you may need to get help in clarifying your message Whether or not your business message has to be totally unique to you What to do in the meantime while you're getting clear on your message Things We Discussed Simon Sinek, Start With Why  Maggy Sterner  Kat Loterzo  Leonie Dawson  Nilofer Merchant How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP189 Rosie Slosek ~ How to Know When It's Time to Set Up a Limited Company or LLC

Mar 6, 2017 27:49

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BMP189 Rosie Slosek ~ How to Know When It's Time to Set Up a Limited Company or LLC

Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Rosie Slosek, a UK-based tax expert. Today, we'll be talking about the pros and cons of setting up a limited company, or LLC, so you can know whether it's the right time for you to make the leap or not. This episode will be useful for people in all parts of the world, not just the UK. Rosie will demystify limited companies in simple language that we can all understand!

About Rosie Slosek

Rosie Slosek is a tax return coach who loves cake and growing tomatoes in her greenhouse. She's an Aspie introvert who'll help you overcome being stuck about tax returns and accounts so you feel free to grow your business. She lives in London with her man and loves how she can relax amongst the ancient trees in her local wood. If you're interested to work with Rosie, book a call to have an exploratory chat or learn more about  tax return group coaching or the demystify limited companies mastermind.

You can follow Rosie on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or (and!) download one of her free resources or join the free Self Care For Your Finances retreat.

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What You’ll Learn How to know when it's time to upgrade from being a sole trader to setting up a limited company or LLC The pros and cons of being a sole trader or having a limited company Which of the two options can save you money in taxes Which of the options gives you more flexibility and freedom in your business Inspiring Women Clare Josa  Jen Turrell  Connect with Rosie Website Facebook Instagram Twitter How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP188 Holly Worton ~ How You Can Be More Courageous on Your Entrepreneurship Journey

Feb 27, 2017 24:47

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188 Holly Worton ~ How You Can Be More Courageous on Your Entrepreneurship Journey

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I'm back with another solo show! This week's episode is inspired by an Akashic records email I received a couple of weeks ago, which spoke of inner strength and courage. In this episode, I explore how courage plays a role in entrepreneurship, and why it's so important to not only recognize all the courageous things we've already done in our business, but all the little things we can do to make courage easier.

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       What You’ll Learn Why courage is so important in an entrepreneur's journey Where courage shows up in business How you've already shown courage in your business What courage actually feels like (hint: it's not like in the movies) How you can develop your courage muscle Things I Discussed Messages from your Akashic Records Keepers: Episodes With Transcripts BMP155 Jo + Holly ~ How to Get a Book Out of Your Head and Onto Amazon  BMP164 Jo + Holly ~ How to Know Whether You Need Business Coaching, Mentoring, or a Mastermind…and When  BMP172 Elizabeth Goddard ~ How to Revolutionize Your Email Marketing With ConvertKit Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher Help Spread the Word

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BMP187 Maggie Patterson ~ How to Build A Successful Business From Referrals

Feb 20, 2017 29:34

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BMP187 Maggie Patterson ~ How to Build A Successful Business From Referrals

Today's Guest

I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Maggie Patterson, who built a thriving company, despite not having a website for the first eight years of her business! In this episode, you'll learn super practical tips and tools to get clients quickly and easily from referrals. That's right: you can save your money on Facebook ads and other expensive marketing tactics and use referrals to fill your client calendar. Maggie will teach you how, and she'll also share her favorite tool for staying in touch with people...one that I'm now using in my business!

About Maggie Patterson

Maggie Patterson is a communications strategist and Chief Marketing Officer at Scoop Industries. With 15+ years experience (11 of which as a self-employed consultant), Maggie has spent her entire career working in client-facing roles in marketing and as a copywriter.

Today, she works with service-based business owners to help them implement smart strategies for business growth. She’s the co-host of the Inside Scoop podcast, a Master Level Content Marketer as awarded by Copyblogger and her work has been widely published by leading websites including Virgin.com, Fastcompany.com and more.

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What You’ll Learn How to reach out to people to get client referrals How to know whether you need to offer an incentive to encourage people to refer clients to you Whether you need to make a phone call, send an email, or some other form of communication to reach out to people The mindset you need to get great referrals How to keep your network warm (and what that means) How to set up a system that keeps referrals coming in Things We Discussed Maggie's Marketing Moxie podcast  Contactually Inspiring Women Natalie MacNeil  Kathryn Smith  Jules Taggart  Connect with Maggie Website Facebook Twitter Pinterest Opt-in Click to Tweet

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BMP186 Jo + Holly: Why Following the Internet Rockstars is Ruining Your Business

Feb 14, 2017 33:25

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BMP186 Jo + Holly: Why Following the Internet Rockstars is Ruining Your Business

Today’s Guest

After two and a half years of interviews and solo shows on this podcast, I'm super excited to introduce a new format. You may know Jo Casey from previous episodes: I interviewed her for episodes 21 and 121 (no, we didn't plan the numbering there...but I like it!), and Jo interviewed me for episodes 31 and 115. Plus, I've been on her podcast twice, first talking about social media http://www.jocasey.com/hollyworton/ and later talking about coaching http://www.jocasey.com/whp-27-combine-coaching-expertise/.

So you can see that we have loads to talk about! I wanted to partner up with someone this year to do some co-hosted episodes, and we decided we'd make a great match. The idea is to have a conversation (much like my regular episodes) around a single topic each time.

Today, we talk about why following the internet rockstars is ruining your business. Yes, it can be helpful for new entrepreneurs to follow some of the bigger names in business so they can get an idea of what's possible in the world of online business. But it can also hurt you. In this episode, we share why we think that's so.

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

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What You’ll Learn What makes an online business rockstar – the elements that make them stand out from the crowd Why you need to choose the business model for where you're at The three foundation pieces you need to make big things happen in your business How to bring in money while you're putting those foundation bits into place Why resilience is so important in the online business world Things We Discussed Making Oprah podcast  Fabeku Fatunmise  Kat Loterzo  Leonie Dawson  Amy Porterfield John Lee Dumas 

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BMP 185 Racheal Cook ~ How Your Business Sweet Spot can Amplify Your Business Results

Feb 6, 2017 29:19

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BMP 185 Racheal Cook ~ How Your Business Sweet Spot can Amplify Your Business Results

Today's Guest I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Racheal Cook. She's developed a fantastic tool for finding your business sweet spot and creating a practical business and marketing strategy based on your unique strengths and struggles. It's all about understanding your passion, your strengths, and how you attract your people. Learn more about how you can use this knowledge to your advantage in this episode! About Racheal Cook

Racheal Cook, MBA is a green smoothie enthusiast, restorative yoga advocate, and award winning business strategist who believes entrepreneurs can grow their dream business while living their dream life, right now.

Since launching TheYogipreneur.com in 2008 and RachealCook.com in 2014, she’s built two multiple six-figure businesses inspiring over 20,000 entrepreneurs around the world to create profitable, sustainable businesses they can be proud of, all while navigating the beautiful chaos of raising three kids, two kittens, and one cocker spaniel with her husband Jameson.

Be the first to hear about her latest book, The Business Sweet Spot, as well as receive weekly inspiration, insights, and inspired action steps to design a business and life you love.

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What You’ll Learn Why Racheal had an unconventional start to entrepreneurship, despite having entrepreneurial parents How divine breadcrumbs played a role in Racheal's business evolution What the business sweet spot is and how to make it work for you How finding your business sweet spot can simplify your business and amplify your results Things We Discussed The Business Sweet Spot book http://www.rachealcook.com/shop/ Sweet Spot Strategy http://www.rachealcook.com/shop/ Fired Up and Focused book http://www.rachealcook.com/shop/ Inspiring Women Marty Hackney of the Entrepreneurial Initiative  Racheal's mom, an entrepreneur in the field of soil science Connect with Racheal Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest Click to Tweet

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BMP184 Rebecca Miller ~ How to Use Case Studies to Get Great Publicity & Reach Your Ideal Clients

Jan 31, 2017 30:18

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BMP184 Rebecca Miller ~ How to Use Case Studies to Get Great Publicity & Reach Your Ideal Clients

Today's Guest I recently got to know today's guest, Rebecca Miller, through Joanna Hennon, who's been a guest on the show a few times (episodes 86, 158 and 178). Her very unique background in public relations within the not-for-profit sector has led her to help entrepreneurs with publicity using a very unique tool: the case study. It's apparently a great way to get media coverage, and they're very easy to put together, using Rebecca's case study formula, which she shares in this episode. You'll be taking lots of notes on this one! About Rebecca Miller

Rebecca Miller is founder of Write & Reach, working with inspired entrepreneurs to help you promote your business in a way that feels easy, creative and fun.  Having spent 15 years working in charities & not-for-profits, she took the leap and started her own business in 2013. Her signature course, The Publicity Program™ teaches her tried and tested techniques to get your business featured in top magazines and blogs. Becs is passionate about helping entrepreneurs build the business of their dreams, and is on a quest to inspire creativity in everything we do.

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What You’ll Learn How Rebecca distilled her knowledge and experience into her programs and packages The difference between a case study and a testimonial and how to use both Why journalists and editors really love case studies How to approach clients to do a case study for you When in the relationship to ask a client to be a case study What you need to know so you can share your case studies publicly Whether it's worth doing a case study with a client if she wants to remain anonymous How to use your case studies and where to share them Rebecca's proven formula for writing up case studies Things We Discussed People Per Hour  Leonie Dawson  Carrie Green's Female Entrepreneur Association  Rebecca Tracey's Hey, Nice Package!  Rebecca Miller's Biz Stars Facebook group  Connect with Rebecca Freebie e-book – Creating Powerful Case Studies: Website: Facebook: Click to Tweet

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BMP183 Holly Worton ~ How to Get Things Done YOUR Way

Jan 23, 2017 29:03

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BMP183 Holly Worton ~ How to Get Things Done YOUR Way

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I'm back with another solo show! This week, I'm back talking about focus and getting things done...in a way that works for YOU. I share what's worked for me, and what's not. I've been talking a lot about getting things done lately, mostly because Jo Casey and I have been running a series of webinars on how to focus and get things done as part of our Make 2017 the Year of BIG Things series.

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What You’ll Learn How to focus and get things done YOUR way (because there's no blueprint that works for everyone) Which is better for YOU: unstructured flow or structured days? How to make unstructured flow work for you (so you're not just wasting time) How to know when unstructured flow is more appropriate for the work you need to do Should you be a pantser or a planner in your business? How to balance focus + taking breaks in a way that works for YOU How to change location to get things done more efficiently How to reduce distractions so you can improve your focus The proven way to stop procrastinating (hint: it has to do with mindset!) Things I Discussed My Facebook group Lisa Wechtenhiser  The Definitive Guide to the Workcation Weekend Pomodoro Technique BMP 175 Holly Worton ~ How to Maximize Productivity With a Workcation Weekend  10 Easy Steps to Improve Time Management and Reduce Stress  10 MORE Steps to Improve Time Management and Reduce Stress  Make 2017 the Year of BIG Things Episodes With Transcripts BMP155 Jo + Holly ~ How to Get a Book Out of Your Head and Onto Amazon  BMP164 Jo + Holly ~ How to Know Whether You Need Business Coaching, Mentoring, or a Mastermind…and When  BMP172 Elizabeth Goddard ~ How to Revolutionize Your Email Marketing With ConvertKit Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn Click to Tweet

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BMP182 Regan Hillyer ~ How to Call in Your Cult Tribe Who Love You

Jan 16, 2017 26:33

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BMP182 Regan Hillyer ~ How to Call in Your Cult Tribe Who Love You

Today's Guest I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Regan Hillyer! She's got loads of really practical tips on how to call in your cult tribe...because you know you want one, don't you? She's got lots to share in this episode on what you need to understand so you can build your cult tribe, and all the things you need to do to make it happen. About Regan Hillyer

Regan Hillyer is a serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, mindset coach and author of the bestselling book Be Your Brand.

She is the founder of Regan Hillyer International, a company dedicated to providing personal development and business training to men and women who have a big message they want to share with the world.

Regan specializes in helping experts uncover their true message and launch powerful personal brands, helping them make a big impact and build a legacy.

Regan has trained thousands of people, helping them build multiple six and seven figure businesses location free, using powerful mindset changing tools and cutting edge business development strategies.

For more information, go to: www.reganhillyer.com

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What You’ll Learn How Regan's daily mindset routine sets her up for success (and what that routine looks like) The important difference between a cult tribe and a community Why it's so important to show up DAILY if you want a cult tribe Where and how to connect with your cult tribe The important difference between paid tribes and free tribes What you need to understand so you can call in your cult tribe Inspiring Women Oprah Connect with Regan Website Facebook Twitter Youtube Click to Tweet

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BMP181 Jo + Holly ~ Is Mindset Important in Business, or Is It Just an Excuse to Avoid Action?

Jan 9, 2017 37:22

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BMP181 Jo + Holly ~ Is Mindset Important in Business, or Is It Just an Excuse to Avoid Action?

Today’s Guest

After two and a half years of interviews and solo shows on this podcast, I'm super excited to introduce a new format. You may know Jo Casey from previous episodes: I interviewed her for episodes 21 and 121 (no, we didn't plan the numbering there...but I like it!), and Jo interviewed me for episodes 31 and 115. Plus, I've been on her podcast twice, first talking about social media http://www.jocasey.com/hollyworton/ and later talking about coaching http://www.jocasey.com/whp-27-combine-coaching-expertise/.

So you can see that we have loads to talk about! I wanted to partner up with someone this year to do some co-hosted episodes, and we decided we'd make a great match. The idea is to have a conversation (much like my regular episodes) around a single topic each time.

Today, we talk about whether business mindset is actually important, or whether it's just an excuse not to take action. We explore how to get things done in your business more easily, in a way that works for you, including practical action tactics that you can try.

I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hear us talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

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What You’ll Learn Which of the two camps is right: mindset or action How to make sure you're taking the right actions and not doing busy work What you can do if you're the kind of person who has problems with action taking What to do if “feel the fear and do it anyway” doesn't work for you What is “parts work” and how it can help you How to make action taking easier and less painful Why forcing yourself to take action isn't always the answer to getting things done How to integrate the concept of the Mindset/Action spiral staircase in your business

 

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BMP180 Katie Wyatt ~ How to Build a Raving Community Who Love What You Do

Jan 2, 2017 29:58

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BMP180 Katie Wyatt ~ How to Build a Raving Community Who Love What You Do

Today's Guest I'm very excited to introduce this week's guest, Katie Wyatt. She's one of those few people who managed to build a thriving community around her business and her podcast very quickly, and today she'll be sharing her secrets with us. About Katie Wyatt

I’m building an empire and helping others to build their too. Whatever that means to you.

Katie has been obsessed with the podcast platform to build businesses since launching her own successful podcast – The Wellness Entrepreneur – in late 2015. She now has two podcasts (she co-hosts #LadyBoss Chats with collaborator Elle Roberts) and helps entrepreneurs to conceptualise, create, launch and grow podcasts that grow their business.

She facilitates a vibing Facebook community over at bit.ly/startgrowthrive – if you want to connect with a tribe of like-minded biz babes, get over there stat.

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What You’ll Learn Katie's top tips on how to build a thriving community around your business and podcast How niching helped her build her audience The social network that Katie found especially effective in building her community Tips on how to help your community members speak up and participate How to take your online community offline Inspiring Women Amy Porterfield Natalie Eckdahl Elsie Escobar and Jessica Kupferman of ShePodcasts  Tara Gentile  Connect with Katie Website Facebook Twitter Click to Tweet

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BMP179 Holly Worton ~ How to Balance Inner Work & Marketing Your Business

Dec 27, 2016 29:53

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Today’s Guest

I'm back with another solo show! This is the last episode of the year, so I'm excited to be doing it myself. In this episode, I reflect on things I've done this year, and how I'm learning to balance going deep within and accessing my intuition and my inner wisdom with focusing my energy outward so I can shine online in my marketing. It's been a learning journey, with me focusing more on one or the other of those two at different times throughout the year. The important thing is that, instead of functioning more on a surface level, completing my daily tasks and things on my to do list, I've delved deeper into both areas: I really stepped up and made myself visible in a bigger way in my business, and I also made the time and space for silence so I could access my inner wisdom. It's transformed my business, and in this episode, I share how you can do this, too.

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What You’ll Learn Ways to balance going deep within to access your inner wisdom How to balance inward-focused energy and outward-focused energy in your business How to find the right ratio/schedule/plan for you to both go within and market your business Things I Discussed My Facebook group Meet Edgar  Lisa Wechtenhiser My business books My walking books My Meetup group Cara Wilde's New Identity Masterclass Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn Click to Tweet

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BMP178 Joanna Hennon & Karina Ladet ~ How to Run Your First Conference

Dec 19, 2016 35:18

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BMP178 Joanna Hennon & Karina Ladet ~ How to Run Your First Conference

Today's Guest I'm excited to introduce today's guests, Joanna Hennon and Karina Ladet. They've both been on the show before: Joanna was with us twice, on episodes 86 and 158, and Karina was recently on episode 152. They're back to discuss an exciting project of theirs that they're running for the second time: the No Limits event in Brussels. Despite having no previous experience in planning events, they decided to create their first conference in early 2016, which they're running for a second time, with new speakers, in 2017. About No Limits

No Limits! is the first European gathering of heart-centered entrepreneurs. It is about bringing your deepest, innermost wisdom into your business. You will leave this 3-day event feeling inspired, supported and guided by something bigger.

You will connect with your purpose, you will be better able to discern which options are right for you, and you will learn to attract the perfect people, projects and opportunities. Invite flow, ease and joy into your business with like-minded entrepreneurs. Learn practical business solutions that work for the soul-centered entrepreneur, in areas such as mindset, visibility, marketing, sales, branding and energy work.

If you are an entrepreneur looking to expand or deepen your reach in the world, then No Limits! is the event for you. Head on over to Brussels and you will tap into something bigger and more powerful to support that expansion. Why? To help you touch more people and fulfil your purpose. It’s time to connect with more people like you so that together we can create Big Change in the world!

Brussels March 24-26th 2017.

http://nolimitsevent.biz

Speakers: Lenka Lutonska, Ruby McGuire, Alisoun Mackenzie, Holly Worton, Sashka Hanna-Rappl, Jodee Peevor, Joanna Hennon & Karina Ladet

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BMP177X Tameka Allen ~ 5 Reasons You're Struggling in Business & What to Do Instead

Dec 16, 2016 31:32

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BMP177X Tameka Allen ~ 5 Reasons You're Struggling in Business & What to Do Instead

Today's Guest I'm excited to introduce today's guest, Tameka Allen. Today, we talk all about some of the top mistakes that entrepreneurs make...not just newbies, but also more established business owners. She's got great tips on what to do if you're struggling in business, and I know you'll enjoy today's episode. About Tameka Allen

Tameka Allen is a Business Strategist, Certified Coach, Speaker, and the Founder of tamekanallen.com​. She works with professional women who are frustrated with their careers and are ready to step out and start their own business. Tameka helps them embrace the value of their undeniable gift, gain clarity on their business strategy, and take intentional action to build a business they love.

Today, there are thousands of women working in careers they hate. The reasons they remain in these careers varies, but ultimately, they settle for the status quo due to the lack of clarity to understand what they want, the value of what they offer and the need for their expertise in the marketplace. For these reasons, Tameka is on a mission to help professional women break free from these challenges and create the business and life they want.

When she’s not showing women how to build their dreams, you can find her watching Scandal, on the beach with her hubby, or cutting up with her three kids.

Tameka has 12 years experience as a Human Resources Leader and Trainer, a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Coach Certification through the Coaching and Positive Psychology (CaPP) Institute​, and she’s a member of the International Coach Federation.​

Check out her FREE guide​, 10 Rookie Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make and How To Fix Them.

To get even more business inspiration, connect with her on Facebook,​ Twitter​, and LinkedIn.​

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What You’ll Learn How Tameka built her business as a single mother of two with a full time job Five reasons you're struggling to build your business...and what to do instead How to let go of your fear of receiving, and why this is so important Why you need to keep revisiting and refining your ideal client avatar How to do ongoing marketing research...and why you need to keep doing it Inspiring Women Valorie Burton Marie Forleo Amy Porterfield Mel Robbins  Things We Discussed BSchool  Tameka's Facebook group  Free gift  Connect with Tameka Website Facebook Twitter Linkedin Freebie Click to Tweet

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BMP177 Jo + Holly ~ How to Focus & Get Things Done in Your Business

Dec 12, 2016 32:00

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BMP177 Jo + Holly ~ How to Focus & Get Things Done in Your Business

Today’s Guest

After two and a half years of interviews and solo shows on this podcast, I'm super excited to introduce a new format. You may know Jo Casey from previous episodes: I interviewed her for episodes 21 and 121 (no, we didn't plan the numbering there...but I like it!), and Jo interviewed me for episodes 31 and 115. Plus, I've been on her podcast twice, first talking about social media http://www.jocasey.com/hollyworton/ and later talking about coaching http://www.jocasey.com/whp-27-combine-coaching-expertise/.

So you can see that we have loads to talk about! I wanted to partner up with someone this year to do some co-hosted episodes, and we decided we'd make a great match. The idea is to have a conversation (much like my regular episodes) around a single topic each time.

Today, we talk about the importance of focusing on ONE THING in business. It's so easy to get distracted by the bright shiny objects of the business world: sales emails for a new online program, some new software that looks like fun to use, a business mentoring program that promises you the world.

I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hear us talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

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What You’ll Learn How to get clear on how procrastination shows up for you How to recognize busy work so you can stop doing it How to lower the volume on distracting online noise How to deal with fear of missing out while avoiding distraction from bright shiny objects And...how to focus on your business while avoiding burnout!

 

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BMP176 Lisa Lister ~ How to Get Published by Hay House or Other Traditional Publishers

Dec 5, 2016 30:55

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BMP176 Lisa Lister ~ How to Get Published by Hay House or Other Traditional Publishers

Today's Guest I'm super excited to have Lisa Lister back as a guest on the show! She was first a guest on episode 91, back when she self published her last book, Code Red (if you haven't read this book, do. It's life changing, and I don't say that lightly). This year, Lisa published another book with Hay House, and I wanted to get her back on the show to talk about how the experience of being a Hay House author is different from being a self published author, how Hay House is different from other publishers, and what's needed to get published these days. As you probably know, I'm a huge fan of self publishing, but I think it's important to look at all the different ways of publishing, and how they relate to your goal. This is a fascinating and very useful look at the world of publishing and its different options. About Lisa Lister

Lisa Lister is a writer and a menstrual, fertility and reproductive-health practitioner. She is the founder of the SHE Flow system, which invites women to celebrate the fiercely feminine, sensual pleasure of being a woman through movement, massage, mysteries and magic. Lisa is dedicated to helping women crack their lady code, reconnect with their body wisdom and love their lady landscape.

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BMP 175 Holly Worton ~ How to Maximize Productivity With a Workcation Weekend

Nov 28, 2016 31:32

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BMP 175 Holly Worton ~ How to Maximize Productivity With a Workcation Weekend

Today’s Guest

I'm back with another solo episode, my first in a couple of months. Today, I'm talking about how you can learn to maximize your productivity with something I call the "workcation weekend". It's my number one most effective productivity ritual, and it's helped me to complete all kinds of projects: from rebranding and creating a whole new website in just three days, to writing and releasing six books this year. In this episode, I tell you all about the workcation weekend, how I do them, and how you can start, too. If you've been procrastinating on big projects, this may just be the secret trick to getting them done...in record time!

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BMP174 Maria of Gentlewhispering ~ How to Create a Successful YouTube Channel

Nov 21, 2016 24:36

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Today's Guest I'm very excited to introduce this week's guest, Maria of Gentlewhispering. She's not one of your typical online business owners, so she might be new to you. Maria (who keeps her last name a secret for privacy reasons) is a huge success on YouTube, with almost 800,000 subscribers, and one video with over 16 MILLION views. In this episode we talk about how she got started, how she grew her channel, how often she produces new videos, and how she learned to balance quality and quantity in terms of YouTube content. We also talk about how she's monetized her channel, which has allowed her to quit her job and turn her hobby into a business. Maria is often known as the "Queen of ASMR" because of the quality of her work and how dedicated she is to her community. About Maria of Gentlewhispering

Maria, also known as “GentleWhispering” is an ASMR content creator on Youtube.com, who has been making creative relaxation videos since 2011. While working with ASMR phenomenon, which focus is on auditory and visual stimuli to elicit a calming and meditative reaction, “GentleWhispering” has become the most subscribed ASMR channel with nearly 800 thousand subscribers and over 240 million total views. The channel features over 270 unique videos, 70 of which have surpassed 1 million views, including the most popular ASMR video of all time exceeding 16 million views alone.

Maria engages her audience using hypnotic movements, soothing voice and melodic sounds to trigger an ASMR tingling sensation. These techniques create a comforting atmosphere for the viewer, which are often educational and entertaining, as well as sleep inducing. To gain an understanding and knowledge of this phenomenon, multiple media outlets from all over the world, including The Washington Post and Time Magazine has reached out and featured Maria on several occasions.

She has also been a guest on many television shows such as ABC’s “Good Morning America” and NBC’s “The Today Show”. She continues her dedication for gaining and sharing knowledge about the phenomenon and helping her viewers to relax.

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What You’ll Learn Maria Gentlewhispering's top tips on how to create a successful YouTube channel How Maria's YouTube channel grew from a hobby into an unexpected business How viewer feedback -- both positive and negative -- helped her grow her channel How Maria gets past internet hate Why Maria started a second, more personal channel on YouTube Inspiring ASMRtists Emma from WhispersRedASMR  Heather Feather ASMR Ally from ASMRrequests  Dmitri from Massage ASMR  Connect with Maria Youtube Instagram Twitter Facebook Click to Tweet

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BMP173 Jo & Holly Should You Guarantee Results For Your Clients

Nov 15, 2016 27:49

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Today’s Guest

After two and a half years of interviews and solo shows on this podcast, I'm super excited to introduce a new format. You may know Jo Casey from previous episodes: I interviewed her for episodes 21 and 121 (no, we didn't plan the numbering there...but I like it!), and Jo interviewed me for episodes 31 and 115. Plus, I've been on her podcast twice, first talking about social media http://www.jocasey.com/hollyworton/ and later talking about coaching http://www.jocasey.com/whp-27-combine-coaching-expertise/.

So you can see that we have loads to talk about! I wanted to partner up with someone this year to do some co-hosted episodes, and we decided we'd make a great match. The idea is to have a conversation (much like my regular episodes) around a single topic each time. We started out experimenting with this new format for episode 132 and got great feedback, so we're giving it another go.

Today, we talk about how it's hard to guarantee results with coaching. So many coaches do offer guarantees, but can you really make promises?

I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hear us talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

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What You’ll Learn Can/should you offer a guarantee to coaching clients? Can/should you guarantee that a client will get specific results from working with you? If you can't make guarantees, how can you explain what clients can expect? Why there's always an element of risk when signing up for a coaching package What about money back guarantees? Should you offer them? You'll get all these questions answered, and more!

 

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BONUS! The Pitch Podcast with Amanda Berlin, Ep. 49: Holly Worton, When Giving Yourself Permission to Pivot and Chances to Change Lead to the Center of Yourself

Nov 14, 2016

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Holly Worton is an author and business mindset coach for women entrepreneurs. She works with women who are feeling stuck and frustrated with their business. Holly helps them release their fear of visibility, set aligned prices for their products and services, and take easy inspired action to grow their business.

 

In a particularly inspiring interview, Holly shared with me her personal and professional journey that has led her to where she is now.  She talked about how letting herself make several changes in direction helped her to find the work she now does.

She also talked about training that she took part in some time ago called Psych-k.  She said that it not only helped her make dramatic changes in her personal life but also began to have an impact in her professional life.

When we got around to discussing how she has been going about securing publicity for her business we veered into a discussion about how she as a podcaster likes to receive pitches for her own show. Certainly being someone who is on the receiving end of pitches has made her more conscious of how she goes about pitching the media.  Interestingly, one of her questions had to do with the fact that often times she does not receive a response to her pitches and she was wondering how long she should wait to follow up before sending another communication.  She also shared some great insight on how she goes about using her YouTube channel to both raise her visibility and gain new clients.

Be sure to listen to this episode to hear all that we fleshed out in terms of how she can go about getting more visibility for her brand as well as tips she shared for those of you who are pitching podcasters.

BMP172 Elizabeth Goddard ~ How to Revolutionize Your Email Marketing With ConvertKit

Nov 7, 2016 31:48

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BMP172 Elizabeth Goddard ~ How to Revolutionize Your Email Marketing With ConvertKit

Today's Guest I'm super excited to introduce today's guest, Elizabeth Goddard! She's transformed her life by creating a business that allows her to do business her way. Elizabeth is unique in that she was one of the first four ConvertKit Certified Experts, and I've asked her to come on the show and chat about ConvertKit because I think it's one of the best email marketing solutions out there. I made the switch early this year (or was it late last year?) and I love it. Even if you're happy with your current system, you'll get loads of value from this episode, because Elizabeth's story is so inspiring: not only did she create a business that perfectly suited her needs when she was struggling with chronic fatigue, she helped her partner Emma quit her job and start her own business...AND she did a masterful job of manifesting her role as a ConvertKit Certified Expert. Inspiring! About Elizabeth Goddard

Elizabeth specialises in strategy and delivery of content for awesome online businesses, focusing on the user experience so her clients get better engagement, sales and results. You probably didn't start your business to stay on top of, or be elbow deep in, tech and systems... but she did! In June 2016 she was invited to become one of the first 4 ConvertKit Certified Experts.

She offers a range of ConvertKit services including full migration/setup or checking your setup, 1:1 screenshare training/strategy sessions, hourly ad-hoc support/troubleshooting, and ongoing Virtual Assistant support. She also runs ConvertKit Club, a monthly membership site for taking your email marketing to the next level through ConvertKit.

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What You’ll Learn How Elizabeth's business grew out of a chronic illness What is ConvertKit and why you might want to consider switching email marketing system Why ConvertKit is a great middle ground between MailChimp and InfusionSoft How to know if ConvertKit is the right email marketing system for you? How hard is it really to migrate to ConvertKit? Simple tips that will help you make the most of your emails Things We Discussed The Pillow Fort  Active Campaign AWeber  InfusionSoft  Zapier  IFTTT B-School  Pat Flynn  Elizabeth's products Download the free Beginner's Guide to ConvertKit  ConvertKit Club  Inspiring People Rebecca Tracey  Denise Duffield-Thomas Makenna Johnston  Connect with Elizabeth Website Freebie Click to Tweet

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BMP171 Alixe K. Tracey ~ How Changing YOUR Name Can Create Business Success

Oct 31, 2016 27:29

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Today's Guest Today's guest, Alixe K. Tracey, has changed her name not just once, but twice! That's her own name, not her business name. I was fascinated by her story, and I'm so excited to have her as a guest on the show this week. In this interview, Alixe tells us all about why she changed her name, what it was like to rebrand everything, and how her business has changed since she changed her name. She'll also share how she knew it was time to change her name, and how she came up with the new names. If you've ever felt like your name wasn't quite a perfect fit for you, then you'll love this episode. About Alixe K. Tracey

Alixe K. Tracey, has the fun and always amazing mission to serve humanity during its phase of Awakening. She is the author behind Earth Angels in Training, Creating Sacred Spaces, Living Goddess Guide and Living Goddess Journal, as well as the Certification Guide of Healing Dove Therapy.  She's led retreats and workshops from Hawaii to Las Vegas and Paris. Her meditation albums are sold and downloaded throughout the world every single day.

Often referred to by her clients as their Fairy God Mother, Alixe works with women on the brink of Spiritual Awakening due to life and often professional changes.  As she mentors them, she removes all the fears, dust off their wings and teaches them how to become self-sufficient and fast manifestors all with so much ease.

Find out if you too have the gift of intuition and energy healing. Download a free Bonus Copy of Earth Angels in Training with some energy clearing meditations designed to help you align with positive end results in your life and business.

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What You’ll Learn How changing her name (not once, but twice!) unlocked her business flow The distinction between a spiritual name and a numerological name What were the signs that Alixe needed to change her name (both times) How to rebrand after a name change Whether you need to legally change it, or just use it as your new personal brand Things We Discussed Free name report from the Kabalarian philosophy website Dr. Emoto Filing your DBA (doing business as) or trade name Alixe's article How changing my name changed my life Inspiring People Leonie Dawson Denise Duffield-Thomas Marie Forleo  Lindsay Wilson Connect with Alixe Website Facebook Twitter Free Gift Sisterhood of Awakening CEO...  for free business oracle readings on Wednesdays:  Click to Tweet

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BMP170 Denise Duffield-Thomas ~ How Upgrading Your Money Mindset Can Transform Your Business

Oct 24, 2016 26:34

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Today's Guest Denise Duffield-Thomas is one of my favorite online entrepreneurs, and I'm so excited to have her back on the show! She's THE money mindset mentor for online entrepreneurs, and you probably know her as the Lucky Bitch! I absolutely love her two money mindset books, and I'm also a member of her bootcamp. You'll love this episode! About Denise Duffield-Thomas

Denise Duffield-Thomas is the money mindset mentor for the new wave of online female entrepreneurs. Her best-selling books “Lucky Bitch” and “Get Rich, Lucky Bitch” give a fresh and funny road-map to create an outrageously successful life and business.

Denise helps women release their fear of money, set premium prices for their services and take back control over their finances. Denise is an award winning speaker, author and entrepreneur who helps women transform their Economy-Class money mindset into a First-Class life. Find her at www.LuckyBitch.com

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What You’ll Learn How showing up every week helped things fall in place in Denise's business Why it's so important to discover your money memories, and how to do that How Denise found the formula that works for her in her business Why it's actually new level, OLD devil in money mindset Why ALL clearing techniques work in upgrading your mindset Things We Discussed The Magic of Believing, by Claude M. Bristol  The Lucky Bitch Money Bootcamp Hoʻoponopono The Work by Byron Katie  Inspiring People Leonie Dawson Oprah Connect with Denise Website Facebook Twitter Free Gift Click to Tweet

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BMP169 Jessica Improta ~ How to Reinvent Your Industry By Walking Off the Beaten Path

Oct 17, 2016 26:58

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Today's Guest Today's guest is someone who has done something completely crazy with her business: she's launched a LIVE, ONLINE yoga studio! Have you ever heard of one of those before? I bet you haven't. That's because Jessica has created the very first one. In this episode, she tells us all the secrets behind how she invented something totally new. About Jessica Improta

Jessica Improta is a licensed therapist, coach, and founder of OM*Lab, the first-of- its-kind live virtual meditation studio, offering short but sweet meditations from the comfort of your home or office. OM*Lab works at the intersection of presence and action, to provide accessible happiness through meditation, coaching, and group programs.

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What You’ll Learn Jessica's top tips on how to reinvent your industry by doing something completely new How her business came out of solving a problem for herself The mindset Jessica needed to reinvent her industry The questions you need to ask youself before paving a new road in your industry How to test out your idea before actually launching it Inspiring People Vasavi Kumar  Brené Brown  Connect with Jessica Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Click to Tweet

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BMP168 Jo + Holly ~ How to Think Bigger & Surround Yourself With the Right People

Oct 10, 2016 45:09

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BMP168 Jo + Holly ~ Thinking Bigger and Surrounding Yourself with the Right People

Today’s Guest

After two and a half years of interviews and solo shows on this podcast, I'm super excited to introduce a new format. You may know Jo Casey from previous episodes: I interviewed her for episodes 21 and 121 (no, we didn't plan the numbering there...but I like it!), and Jo interviewed me for episodes 31 and 115. Plus, I've been on her podcast twice, first talking about social media http://www.jocasey.com/hollyworton/ and later talking about coaching http://www.jocasey.com/whp-27-combine-coaching-expertise/.

So you can see that we have loads to talk about! I wanted to partner up with someone this year to do some co-hosted episodes, and we decided we'd make a great match. The idea is to have a conversation (much like my regular episodes) around a single topic each time. We started out experimenting with this new format for episode 132 and got great feedback, so we're giving it another go.

Today, we talk about thinking bigger and surrounding yourself with the right people. This is a great companion episode to our previous co-hosted episode, where we spoke about business coaching, mentoring, and masterminds.

I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hear us talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

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What You’ll Learn How to surround yourself with the right people How to find what suits you and your preferences What are all the different options you can choose from, both online and offline Whether one to one or group experiences are best for you How to know when it's time to move on from existing connections Things We Discussed Jo's Facebook group  Holly's Facebook group  Holly's Favorite Facebook Groups Denise Duffield-Thomas's Lucky Bitch Money Bootcamp (paid group) Leonie Dawson's Shining Biz + Life Academy (paid group)

 

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BMP167 Jessica Nazarali ~ Get from $0 to $600k in Less Than Two Years of Business

Oct 3, 2016 29:57

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BMP167 Jessica Nazarali ~ Get from $0 to $600k in Less Than Two Years of Business

Today's Guest I'm very excited to introduce today's guest, Jessica Nazarali. I've been following her on Instgram for some time now, and it was fun to finally get her on the show. She's got an inspiring success story, and practical tips on how to build a successful business quickly. About Jessica Nazarali

Jessica Nazarali is the Host & Founder of It Girl Academy and the It Girl Foundation. She's a speaker, leading coach, and mentor. Dedicated to helping women create meaningful global careers and live out their best lives.

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What You’ll Learn Jessica's top tips on how to get from $0 to $600k in less than two years of full time business The top factors that helped her build a strong following for her blog How she turned a passion project into a business What Jessica did to make $3-$7k each month in her business while still working 3 days a week in a corporate job How to sign your first client in 30 days, even with no list or following Inspiring People Sofia Amoruso  Marie Forleo  Thing We Discussed Jessica's morning visualization Connect with Jessica Website Website 2 Opt-in Facebook Twitter Pinterest Instagram Click to Tweet

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BMP166 Holly Worton ~ How to Drop the Hustle and Start Taking Easy Inspired Action Instead

Sep 26, 2016 25:26

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Today’s Guest

I'm back with another solo episode. Today, I'm talking about easy inspired action: is it a mythical creature, or does it really exist? I think it does, and in this episode I talk a little bit about why I think it's real, and why it's a perfectly viable way of running your business. If the word "hustle" makes you want to be sick, then this episode is for you. (And if you love the idea of hustle, that's great! But it's not for everyone.)

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What You’ll Learn What exactly is "easy inspired action" and what does that mean for your business What are the essential ingredients for easy inspired action Why inspired action can be easy and yet not exactly comfortable The benefits of taking easy inspired action rather than pushing and shoving to get things done What you need to do so that inspired action becomes a regular part of your business Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn Click to Tweet

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BMP165 Linda P. Jones ~ How to Create Wealth in Six Steps

Sep 19, 2016 25:47

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Today's Guest I'm very excited to introduce this week's guest! She's an expert on wealth and financial freedom, and she's got really practical tips on how to create wealth. Plus, she's a podcaster, and you can subscribe to her show for even more wealth knowledge. About Linda P. Jones

After becoming a multi-millionaire at age 39 and then becoming a widow at age 45, Linda P. Jones set out on her mission to teach financial freedom in a unique way. Linda’s mission, passion, and purpose is to empower women and men worldwide to financial freedom. She teaches that to maximize your wealth building in the current economic cycle you need to have two powerful wealth creation strategies working for you. Linda calls them the “Twin Pillars of Wealth Building: Investing Like Billionaires and Creating Your Luxury Brand Business™”. She is the host of the “Be Wealthy and Smart” podcast on iTunes, named “6 Best Personal Finance Podcasters on the Internet” and “6 Best Investing Podcasts.” She co-hosts the Money Tree Investing podcast and was featured on the new Bravo TV show, “Below Deck Mediterranean.” In 2014 Linda was awarded a Bronze Stevie® as “Maverick of the Year” in Consumer Services at the American Business Awards for her revolutionary approach to financial education. Receive her free gift, “11 Quick Financial Tips to Boost Your Wealth” at www.BeWealthyandSmart.com.

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What You’ll Learn Linda's six steps to wealth How much money you actually need to get started One easy trick to improve your wealth mindset Why money moves in cycles, peaks, and bubbles, and which type of investment is at its peak right now How to know when to take advantage of leverage (loans), and when to pay it off Inspiring Women Ali Brown Lisa Sasevich Sheree Keys  Things We Discussed Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill  How to Make Money in Stocks, by William J. O'Neil  Connect with Linda Website LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Pinterest Youtube Google+ Instagram Click to Tweet

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BMP164 Jo + Holly ~ How to Know Whether You Need Business Coaching, Mentoring, or a Mastermind...and When

Sep 12, 2016 42:01

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bmp164-jo-holly-how-to-know-whether-you-need-business-coaching-mentoring-or-a-mastermind-and-when Today’s Guest

After two and a half years of interviews and solo shows on this podcast, I'm super excited to introduce a new format. You may know Jo Casey from previous episodes: I interviewed her for episodes 21 and 121 (no, we didn't plan the numbering there...but I like it!), and Jo interviewed me for episodes 31 and 115. Plus, I've been on her podcast twice, first talking about social media http://www.jocasey.com/hollyworton/ and later talking about coaching http://www.jocasey.com/whp-27-combine-coaching-expertise/.

So you can see that we have loads to talk about! I wanted to partner up with someone this year to do some co-hosted episodes, and we decided we'd make a great match. The idea is to have a conversation (much like my regular episodes) around a single topic each time. We started out experimenting with this new format for episode 132 and got great feedback, so we're giving it another go.

Today, we talk about business coaching, mentoring, and masterminding: how to know what you need, and when. I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hear us talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

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What You’ll Learn Business coaching, mentoring, and masterminds: how to know what you need, and when The difference between coaching, mentoring, and masterminds Why you might need each one, and when you might need more than one The elements that make or break a mastermind Jo's top tips on creating a super successful mastermind

 

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BMP163 Mridu Parikh ~ How to Organize Your Business to Streamline Distractions

Sep 5, 2016 27:10

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BMP163 Mridu Parikh ~ How to Organize Your Business to Streamline Distractions

Today's Guest I love organization, even though I often fall short of where I'd like to be in terms of decluttering my home and office. That's why I'm so excited to introduce today's guest, Mridu Parikh, who is an expert in organizing businesses. About Mridu Parikh

Mridu Parikh is a pro at aligning business goals with structure, to simply get more done in less time – without the stress. A national speaker and Productivity + Organization consultant, she helps clarify priorities and make best use of your time with powerful, yet simple tools.

Named Nashville’s Emerging Business Leader of 2015 and a Top 20 Home Office Organizing Expert of 2013, Mridu shares over 200 organization videos featured on her own Roku channel. With over ten years of productivity experience, she brings truth to “work smarter, not harder” to boost communication, drive motivation and propel your business.

And when she’s not bringing calm to chaos or streamlining time and tasks, you can find her scheming video punchlines with her two sweet boys. Connect with Mridu and download your FREE resource: 5 Simple Branding Hacks For Your Small Business.

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What You’ll Learn Mridu's top tips on how to organize your business and streamline distractions A simple tip that will help you to organize and structure your business day How to keep your desk organized for optimum efficiency and minimal distraction One simple way to reduce stress when it comes to business communication Easy actions you can take today to minimize distractions in your business Inspiring Women Marie Forleo  Vasavi Kumar  The people of NAPO  Connect with Mridu Website Opt-in Facebook Twitter Pinterest Youtube Click to Tweet

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BMP162 Holly Worton ~ Tap Into Your Intuition to Make Your Business Easier

Aug 29, 2016 29:53

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BMP162 Holly Worton ~ Tap Into Your Intuition to Make Your Business Easier

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I'm back with another solo episode. Today, I'm talking about business intuition. I've been talking a lot about intuition lately because it's the topic of my latest business book, Business Intuition: Learn to Tap Into Your Intuition for Easy Business Success. This is a really important topic for me because it's an issue I've personally struggled with in the past. I used to be so out of touch with myself and my inner wisdom, and now I'm totally tapped into my inner guidance.

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What You’ll Learn What exactly is business intuition and why you might want to tap into yours Why business gets easier when we listen to our intuition How you can develop your business intuition How to trust your intuition and your inner guidance instead of relying on others for advice The power of business intuition and why it's so useful. Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn Click to Tweet

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BMP161 Allyson Byrd ~ How Vulnerability Can Kill Your Cash Flow

Aug 22, 2016 35:47

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BMP161 Allyson Byrd ~ How Vulnerability Can Kill Your Cash Flow

Today's Guest I am so excited to introduce today's guest, Allyson Byrd. I had so much fun chatting with her for this week's episode! I know you'll love her. So many entrepreneurs recommend really opening up and being vulnerable online, but it's such a tricky thing to do because so many of us really don't know how much is too much. Allyson shares super easy tips on how to know what to share and what to keep to yourself. About Allyson Byrd

Allyson Byrd is unapologetically a woman who embraces her curves, her wins, her losses and her ability to make bold moves that make her lots of hard earned cash. Known as the “Profit AcceleratorTM,” you won’t find her apologizing for who she is, where she came from or how much money she makes. A product of an upbringing that is the stereotypical prototype for black women born in single-parent households with absent fathers , Allyson made her weaknesses her assets and made brave moves working for Blackberry’s RIM until that was cut short when eventually Corporate America rejected her.

That led to her attempting and failing-forward in a series of businesses that eventually landed her to her destiny working with Lisa Nichols, who starred in the hit documentary, The Secret. Allyson rose rapidly to Director of Sales & Marketing at Motivating The Masses and within a year, she created radical growth of over 1081% using her sales system to double event sales which led to helping Lisa Nichols achieve Millionaire status.

 

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What You’ll Learn Why vulnerability can kill your cash flow in business if you don't do it right Allyson's top tool for self awareness in business and life How to tell the vulnerability from the vomit (that's the oversharing) Allyson's vulnerability model (it's so easy and so perfect) What vulnerability is and what it is not Things We Discussed Mindset, by Carol Dweck Emotional Intelligence, by Daniel Goelman Complete MBA for Dummies, by Kathleen Allen, PhD Executive summaries Inspiring People Cheryl Sandberg Oprah Winfrey  Arianna Huffington  Eleanor Roosevelt  Helen Keller  Maya Angelou  Kim Kiyosaki  Brené Brown  Jillian Michaels  Iyanla Vanzant Connect with Allyson Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Click to Tweet

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BMP160 Vasavi Kumar ~ How to Make a Comeback After a Business Break

Aug 15, 2016 32:58

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BMP160 Vasavi Kumar ~ How to Make a Comeback After a Business Break

Today's Guest Have you ever been so overwhelmed with everything that you wish you could take a break from your business, yet you're terrified of having to start over from scratch when you return? You'll be inspired by Vasavi Kumar, who built a thriving online business over the course of six years, and then took a full year off her business to recover from a divorce. When she made her comeback in 2016, she signed four clients in 72 hours for her personal mentoring program. In this episode, she shares what it was like to make the decision to take a break from her business, what her business break was like, and how she made her comeback. About Vasavi Kumar

Vasavi Kumar is often described as "your kick-in-the-pants guide en route to your desired destination.” She is a licensed social worker, special education teacher, and a certified coach. Vasavi holds dual Masters degrees in Special Education from Hofstra University and Social Work from Columbia University. She's a pro at attracting media and works with her clients to create and go after opportunities that are aligned with their brand values. She has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, was a regular on NBC’s Kansas City Live as the “Keepin’ It Real Guru.” and was on VH1’s Basketball Wives where she coached one of the main stars of the show. She truly believes that with impeccable character, work ethic, and unwavering values, you can do, be and have anything you want. Connect with her at www.VasaviKumar.com

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What You’ll Learn Vasavi's top tips on how to make a comeback after taking a business break Her secret to not losing her community after taking a year off her business How to communicate to your tribe that you'll be taking time off from your business The secret to making your business break worth it How Vasavi gets 99% of all her clients (you'll be surprised by this!) Inspiring People Lisa Nichols  Connect with Vasavi Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Freebie Click to Tweet

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BMP159 Jo + Holly ~ How to Step Up and Be More Visible With Your Business

Aug 8, 2016 40:46

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BMP159 Jo + Holly ~ How to Step Up and Be More Visible With Your Business Today’s Guest

After two and a half years of interviews and solo shows on this podcast, I'm super excited to introduce a new format. You may know Jo Casey from previous episodes: I interviewed her for episodes 21 and 121 (no, we didn't plan the numbering there...but I like it!), and Jo interviewed me for episodes 31 and 115. Plus, I've been on her podcast twice, first talking about social media http://www.jocasey.com/hollyworton/ and later talking about coaching http://www.jocasey.com/whp-27-combine-coaching-expertise/.

So you can see that we have loads to talk about! I wanted to partner up with someone this year to do some co-hosted episodes, and we decided we'd make a great match. The idea is to have a conversation (much like my regular episodes) around a single topic each time. We started out experimenting with this new format for episode 132 and got great feedback, so we're giving it another go.

Today, we talk about business visibility: how do you know when it's time to step up and be more visible with your business. This is something that we've both struggled with in the past: taking up space with our businesses and being more visible. We hope this episode will be super useful and inspiring for you!

I'd love to hear what you think of this format! Please comment and let me know. Also, we've got a whole list of topics that we want to discuss on this show, but please drop us a note in the comments and let us know what you'd like to hearus talking about. Thanks!

About Jo Casey

Jo Casey is a certified life coach, trainer and coach mentor.  She’s British, slightly nerdy and allergic to the marketing bullsh*t in the coaching industry. Founder of jocasey.com, podcaster, speaker, and writer for Coaching Blueprint, Mind Body Green and Tiny Buddha.

 Things that make me scream with glee: Freshly washed bed linen, watching my husband get all 'handy' around the place (DIY I mean), yellow wedge sandals, fabric stores, the sound of my kids giggling, Jesus Christ Superstar the musical.

Spirit Animal: Lesley Knope

Why you should listen to me about coaching: I've been training, coaching and mentoring coaches for 14 years and I built my own coaching and training business after a lot of initial trial and error. I've been where you are now and I love showing coaches like you how to pull out all of the things that will make your business stand out and attract the right clients to you, without wasting a lot of time on useless and expensive shiny objects.

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What You’ll Learn Why visibility is about taking up space and what that looks like Why you really don't need to worry about getting all up in people's faces online What our visibility journeys have been like in business, and what things have held us back Some of the things we did to turn things around in terms of business visibility What it feels like to actually show up in a bigger way (it's not what you think) The lowdown on affirmations for belief changes Is this just a woman's issue, or does it show up for men, too? What kinds of things have been the biggest triggers for our visibility stuff and how we've overcome them The biggest things we've done that have created the most important shifts in our businesses  

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