Awaken the Possibilities

Oct 16 2020 30 mins

Join Terry as she engages in lively conversation with successful entrepreneurs and leaders about how they attract prosperity in business and life. Her guests share real world entrepreneurial, leadership, business and life wisdom to help listeners evolve into unstoppable intuitive leaders and practical business mystics.Welcome to the Awaken The Possibilities podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.





How women can show up everyday to be seen and not shrinking back and playing small!
Oct 16 2020 28 mins  
In episode 35 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Colleen Biggs in “How women can show up everyday to be seen and not shrinking back and playing small!” Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life.About Colleen Biggs: Colleen Biggs has extensive success and experience in Corporate America for over 30 years, coaching over 300 CEO’s, franchising, voluntary national and local community service, and numerous project launches. Her business, Lead Up for Women is an elite community of like-minded women driven by Passion, Power & Purpose. She is a podcast host of Lead Up for Women: Speak Up to Lead Up. Colleen is also is the author of the #1 Best Selling International Book: The Anatomy of Accomplishment, and publishes a bi-monthly magazine. She is happily married to the love of her life with 7 children and 11 grandchildren.Website URL:: https://www.leadupforwomen.com/Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/leadupforwomen/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/12628942/Twitter: https://twitter.com/LeadUpforWomenInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/leadupforwomen/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiMMeIgxuD0vgTbxGdIgThgFree gift: Free 30-minute Coaching Consultation with me https://calendly.com/leadup See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Align Your Mind for Freedom in Life & Business
Oct 08 2020 24 mins  
In episode 34 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Dr. Amanda Barrientez in “Align Your Mind for Freedom in Life & Business” Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life.About Dr. Amanda BarrientezDr. Amanda Barrientez is a NFA - Neuroscience, Freedom and Alignment - coach who helps entrepreneurs train their brain to create freedom and alignment in life and business. What makes Amanda unique is how she coaches from coupling her social sciences training with her real life experiences of overcoming big challenges. After an affair, getting divorced, then having her next relationship fall apart, Amanda was living in survival mode, on food stamps, trying to work her way through grad school as a single mama. In a breakdown moment, she knew she had to change! After accessing free knowledge on podcasts and Youtube and then doing whatever it took to pay for high level coaching, Amanda implemented what she was learning to transform her self-doubt, relationship struggles, and financial reality. Today, she has a growing $6-figure coaching company and it is her greatest joy to help others experiencing mindset, money and manifestation shifts so they can get unstuck and be free to get where they want to go.Website URL:: www.NFACoaching.comFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/NFACoaching/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nfacoaching/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nfacoaching/YouTube: www.youtube.com/NFACoachingFree Gift: Own Your Inner Boss Master class: www.OwnYourInnerBoss.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.





The Joys and Challenges In The Journey of Life
Sep 24 2020 29 mins  
In episode 32 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Sam Liebowitz in “The Joys and Challenges In The Journey of Life” Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ____________________________________________________________________________ About Sam LiebowitzSam Liebowitz, known as The Conscious Consultant, is a mentor, coach, speaker, healer and serial entrepreneur. He has been in business since 1993 and has owned several successful businesses. His current ventures include The Conscious Consultant, a coaching and mentoring service which promotes sensible, ethical, moral and conscious ways to build careers and businesses, Talking Alternative Broadcasting, an Internet Radio Station which reaches over 120 countries and 300,000 listeners worldwide, and Double Diamond Wellness a healing center in the Heart of Manhattan.In these various roles Sam has inspired hundreds of people to live a life that is happier, healthier and more fulfilled. Sam has lectured in several venues in New York City, including being a featured speaker at TEDxUpperWestSide in 2016.Website URL:: https://theconsciousconsultant.com/Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ConsciousConsultantLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/consciousconsultant/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/consultantconscious/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Samwyz175/___________________________________________________________________________ About Terry Wildemann: Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach. Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center. Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Ninon Speaks About Self-Care
Sep 17 2020 44 mins  
In episode 31 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Ninon de Vere De Rosa in “Ninon Speaks About Self-Care” Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ____________________________________________________________________________ About Ninon de Vere De Rosa:Award-winning television and internet TV talk show host has a natural affinity for growth and success. Originally from England, is prominently known throughout the world, at present in the Las Vegas arena.Ninon has spent her life engaging in multicultural and multinational experiences ranging from her career as a high-end model in Europe, underwater swimming act in Beirut, an actress in England, Europe and the United States, to the author of “Joyful Volunteering”, a Sonnet writer, real estate Investor, Antique dealer, Television Producer, a Documentary Filmmaker, Internet TV talk show host, with her most recent show Vegas Live with Ninon. Ninon has, been fortunate enough to work with and learn from some of most talented and prestige’s businesspeople in the world. Her life experiences have continually sparked her desire to broaden her diversity, prosperity, passion and power across the world with her Keynote Presentations, Motivational Speaking and One on coaching presentations that share the secrets to her success, Ninon has garnered; The Los Angeles Business Journal Award, Davey Award, USA Presidents Award, The Gracie Allen Award, Top Rank U.S. Executive Award, NAPW VIP Woman of the Year Circle 2013, 15,16, The Voice of Empowerment Award. Total number of accolades is over one hundred.Website URL:: www.vegaslivewithninon.comFacebook Page: www.facebook.com/vegasliveninonLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ninonspeaks/Twitter: www.twitter.com/vegasliveninonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/vegaslivewithninon/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ninonspeaksvegasliveninon/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSsYTCscLCVbJUox0chRrqg See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.




How To Thrive in Chaos
Sep 04 2020 28 mins  
In episode 29 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Marques Ogden in “How To Thrive in Chaos” Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ____________________________________________________________________________ About Marques Ogden:A little background about Marques, in 2003, he was drafted into the NFL as an offensive lineman, after 5 years of playing in league, he decided to retire and pursue a career in construction and contracting. At the age 27, Marques founded a construction company called Kayden Premier Enterprises. The company had fast growth and in 2010, Marques won The African American Subcontractor of the Year Award in the state of Maryland. Eventually his business went bankrupt, losing almost 2 million dollars on one project in a matter of 90 days.  During his darkest hours, he pulled himself together, got a part-time job as a custodian and with hard work and determination became an inspirational keynote speaker, executive coach, best-selling author and marketing leader, helping to build the success of others. ___________________________________________________________________________ About Terry Wildemann: Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach. Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center. Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.




6 Pillars To Get Joy, Energy And Your Life Back
Aug 20 2020 36 mins  
Awaken The Possibilities Guest: Annie GaudreaulTO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 27 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Annie Gaudreault in “6 Pillars To Get Joy, Energy And Your Life Back”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ____________________________________________________________________________ About Annie GaudreaultAnnie Gaudreault's career spans 25 years in the public relations, design & branding industries servicing Fortune 500 clients such as Nestlé, Molson and McCain Foods.Embodying a contagious zeal in living life to its fullest, she practices what she preaches. An accomplished endurance athlete, Annie has completed over 10 marathons including the prestigious Boston Marathon as well as 3 long distance triathlon Ironman competitions. She has done so while living with Cystic Fibrosis, genetic disease that affects the pancreas and the lungs.To further her passion in the health and wellness area, she recently graduated as a holistic nutritionist. As such she founded VEEV, dedicated to support the health of middle-aged women live with vitality and strength.Website URL: veev.caFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/veev.ca/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anniegaudreault/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/veev_wellness/ _________________________________________________________________________ About Terry Wildemann: Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach. Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center. Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition____________________________________________________________________________ TRANSCRIPT 100:00:02.340 --> 00:00:14.099Terry Wildemann: Welcome everyone to awaken the possibilities Podcast. I'm your host, Terry will determine, you know, every once in a while, we come across someone who does extraordinary things. 200:00:15.059 --> 00:00:26.640Terry Wildemann: My guests all have done extraordinary things and bring with them their insights their values and power for powerful stories. 300:00:27.120 --> 00:00:35.430Terry Wildemann: To help you make leap in whatever that is holding you back and trust me. Today's guest is no different. 400:00:36.240 --> 00:00:49.170Terry Wildemann: This is a lady who has such a powerful story of how she overcame health challenges to help her become a remarkable person who supports women. 500:00:49.680 --> 00:01:02.430Terry Wildemann: And the aging process is that piqued your interest. Well, and certainly piqued mine. When she reached out to be on the show. I like to introduce you to an ego drone that I pronounce that correctly. Any 600:01:02.820 --> 00:01:03.780annie Gaudreault: Beautiful. 700:01:03.810 --> 00:01:05.550Terry Wildemann: Thank you. Yeah, I did it again. 800:01:06.090 --> 00:01:07.020annie Gaudreault: You did. 900:01:07.800 --> 00:01:20.310Terry Wildemann: And his career spans 25 years in the public relations design and branding industries servicing fortune 500 clients, such as Nestle Molson and McCain foods. 1000:01:20.820 --> 00:01:30.810Terry Wildemann: embodying a contagious zeal in living life to its fullest. She practices. What she preaches. And isn't that refreshing people 1100:01:31.740 --> 00:01:44.670Terry Wildemann: And accomplished endurance athlete and he has now completed over 10 marathons, including the prestigious Boston Marathon, as well as three long distance triathlon Iron Man competitions. 1200:01:45.150 --> 00:01:57.810Terry Wildemann: She has done so while living with listen to this, folks, while living with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease that affects the pancreas, and the lungs. 1300:01:58.320 --> 00:02:08.340Terry Wildemann: To further her passion in the health and wellness area. She recently graduated as a holistic nutritionist and she founded Wiig that's V e VI. 1400:02:09.030 --> 00:02:21.390Terry Wildemann: Dedicated to support the health of middle aged women live are to help support the health of middle aged women live with vitality and strength. Welcome to the show, Annie. 1500:02:22.650 --> 00:02:24.480annie Gaudreault: Thank you for having me. 1600:02:25.200 --> 00:02:38.730Terry Wildemann: Well, you know, when I read that you have cystic fibrosis and that you are a runner, as I ok i'm going to know how she does that, I want to know. 1700:02:39.270 --> 00:02:52.620Terry Wildemann: First of all, your story of how you were diagnosed with cystic fibrosis and how you were able to use sports and athletics in your athleticism to help you be the strong vital amazing woman that you are today. 1800:02:54.900 --> 00:03:14.760annie Gaudreault: Well, I was diagnosed as a baby and and following a few months of clearly showing some symptoms and this was in rural Quebec in north of Canada and my parents moved to a bigger urban center, which had proper hospitals, so that I could receive treatments. 1900:03:15.960 --> 00:03:19.890annie Gaudreault: In a way, you know, faith already had decided that 2000:03:21.000 --> 00:03:34.410annie Gaudreault: This disease was not going to be the focus of the family because unfortunately my mother was suffering from bipolar disorder. And back then, we knew very little about mental illnesses. 2100:03:35.550 --> 00:03:46.410annie Gaudreault: And it was a little bit. Well, first of all, you kept you know you brushed under the carpet and you know everybody received value them. And were you were sent on your merry way. 2200:03:46.530 --> 00:03:47.400Terry Wildemann: Yes, you are. 2300:03:48.090 --> 00:03:53.310annie Gaudreault: Right. And of course you know that's 52 years ago now. 2400:03:53.400 --> 00:03:56.580Terry Wildemann: Diane was really big drug when we were growing up. 2500:03:56.910 --> 00:04:01.560annie Gaudreault: Yes. And, you know, either you are not on it or you are completely passed out. 2600:04:02.070 --> 00:04:03.150annie Gaudreault: It was it was 2700:04:04.290 --> 00:04:07.830Terry Wildemann: Not like candy is what gotta be kidding me. 2800:04:08.550 --> 00:04:18.900annie Gaudreault: They had no tools, no education really to treat these types of conditions right and I'm not even sure that back then, she was really diagnosed properly, to be honest with you. 2900:04:19.320 --> 00:04:30.060annie Gaudreault: So, you know, moving forward, there was little capacity for self indulging often when you are diagnosed as a person. 3000:04:30.450 --> 00:04:44.370annie Gaudreault: It becomes the entire focus, you're no longer a person that happens to have red hair you becoming the red hair and that's a lot of what happens. I believe in the psychology of disease. 3100:04:44.490 --> 00:04:45.870annie Gaudreault: Right. Um, 3200:04:46.740 --> 00:05:02.820annie Gaudreault: And of course, I know you're very familiar with that. So I did not understand that at the time, but this was a gift in disguise. You know, I had yes some issues and i i certainly was a lot a kid that was a lot more sick than other kids. 3300:05:03.960 --> 00:05:19.920annie Gaudreault: But I really kind of had to pick myself up and I really had to focus on what can I do, how can I overcome this and really never really talked about it, even when I was going through difficult times. 3400:05:20.580 --> 00:05:22.410annie Gaudreault: I never dare talked about it because 3500:05:22.470 --> 00:05:29.910annie Gaudreault: I knew that we were dealing with and I did not know what it was, but I knew we were dealing with something that was way bigger in my mother's struggle. 3600:05:30.150 --> 00:05:30.990Terry Wildemann: For sure. 3700:05:31.620 --> 00:05:47.010annie Gaudreault: Right. So I think that that was the setup for a little bit of, you know, I've been told, Well, maybe you weren't denial and I don't think I was ever in denial. I think I always thought this thing is not going to define who I am. 3800:05:48.300 --> 00:05:49.500annie Gaudreault: right from the get go. 3900:05:49.950 --> 00:05:50.460Terry Wildemann: And that 4000:05:51.270 --> 00:05:53.340Terry Wildemann: mindset is huge. 4100:05:54.120 --> 00:05:54.840annie Gaudreault: I think so. 4200:05:55.050 --> 00:06:05.880Terry Wildemann: Congratulations, that is increments. Because those of us who end up with diseases, you're absolutely right. We get defined by our disease, instead of who we are as a human being. 4300:06:06.690 --> 00:06:09.390annie Gaudreault: Absolutely, absolutely, and received today. 4400:06:09.510 --> 00:06:10.470Terry Wildemann: Nice that 4500:06:12.060 --> 00:06:22.230annie Gaudreault: I i think i was much older. But I knew intuitively as a teenager, because I never spoke of it. I never, never spoke of it. I never spoke of it. 4600:06:23.490 --> 00:06:30.390annie Gaudreault: I would say into my early 20s, I just I focused on what are the things that I could do 4700:06:30.780 --> 00:06:42.420annie Gaudreault: My mother was struggling a lot more at that time. And one of my brothers definitely got that gene as well, and was struggling also with mental illness. So honestly, I felt that 4800:06:43.170 --> 00:06:52.350annie Gaudreault: I just needed to move forward and and you know I had my own my own personal issues that I was working out as a young adult right so 4900:06:52.590 --> 00:06:53.640Terry Wildemann: We all have those 5000:06:54.480 --> 00:06:58.290annie Gaudreault: Exactly, you know, kind of discovering what I want to do with my life. 5100:07:00.030 --> 00:07:01.860annie Gaudreault: What is this life going to be 5200:07:03.330 --> 00:07:05.910Terry Wildemann: And how am I going to be in it. 5300:07:06.570 --> 00:07:09.390annie Gaudreault: Yes. How do I choose to be defined 5400:07:09.870 --> 00:07:10.590annie Gaudreault: And how do I 5500:07:10.950 --> 00:07:23.010annie Gaudreault: How do I want to be known as because when people got and been very upset with me with how come I've never known that you had cf. How come I did not know that you were born with this and that you struggle with this. 5600:07:23.430 --> 00:07:30.780annie Gaudreault: I often would say because often it came with I feel sorry for you or poor, you 5700:07:32.010 --> 00:07:32.370annie Gaudreault: Like 5800:07:32.730 --> 00:07:33.150When I was 5900:07:34.470 --> 00:07:35.250Terry Wildemann: Back up a moment. 6000:07:35.880 --> 00:07:40.560Terry Wildemann: People were upset that you didn't tell them that you had CF 6100:07:41.370 --> 00:07:43.800Terry Wildemann: Absolutely. Okay. 6200:07:45.060 --> 00:07:45.750Terry Wildemann: Why 6300:07:47.190 --> 00:07:47.880Terry Wildemann: Don't get it. 6400:07:48.570 --> 00:07:59.220annie Gaudreault: I guess they felt that it was something that they believe was a very important trait or quality or characteristic that I had a so called hidden from them. 6500:08:00.870 --> 00:08:18.030annie Gaudreault: And that I had to hold may be withheld some information. You know I never looked at it that way. I always thought I'll be damned if I'm described and refer that you know that girl that's got cf. No, I did not want that to be 6600:08:18.060 --> 00:08:21.150Terry Wildemann: You know, frankly, it's none of their flaming business. 6700:08:22.380 --> 00:08:23.220annie Gaudreault: Very true. 6800:08:23.580 --> 00:08:34.230Terry Wildemann: It is none of their business what you choose to tell people, and what you choose to not tell people you were being authentic with yourself. 6900:08:34.410 --> 00:08:34.830Terry Wildemann: Mm hmm. 7000:08:35.190 --> 00:08:41.790Terry Wildemann: And I think somebody with who you are. Oh my gosh, I, I'm blown away. I'm 7100:08:41.850 --> 00:08:42.480annie Gaudreault: All 7200:08:42.630 --> 00:08:45.660Terry Wildemann: The way that people would get upset that you didn't tell them UNC 7300:08:46.680 --> 00:08:47.550annie Gaudreault: Very much so. 7400:08:48.210 --> 00:08:48.780Terry Wildemann: To me. 7500:08:50.310 --> 00:08:53.160Terry Wildemann: That says to me that the issue is more with them and it is with you. 7600:08:54.000 --> 00:08:56.310annie Gaudreault: Yes, and also 7700:08:57.480 --> 00:09:15.270annie Gaudreault: You always have to put yourself in the person's shoes first. Right. And when you start telling people what it's like to live with a disease and then to have grown up with mental illness and to have an unavailable parent and that was far more challenging than living with CF 7800:09:15.870 --> 00:09:16.200Terry Wildemann: I've had 7900:09:16.650 --> 00:09:25.560annie Gaudreault: Far scarier. So I, you know, when you start to understand that to me you quickly understand and get it. 8000:09:26.070 --> 00:09:39.930annie Gaudreault: Right, it makes sense. It makes sense. This was a. This was a small thing that was going on and we felt that we had some tools and resources to deal with it. Whereas the mental illness. We were ill equipped and it was so taboo. 8100:09:41.550 --> 00:09:56.940annie Gaudreault: Right, so I felt I feel that this was my journey. And thankfully, this happened and it happened in a good way. And I'm glad because it made me far more resilient. 8200:09:58.560 --> 00:10:03.690Terry Wildemann: Wow. So when did your athletic athletic endeavors start 8300:10:04.920 --> 00:10:22.620annie Gaudreault: You know, very late actually because I did grow up being told all the time. You're fragile you're, you know, as I said, you get labeled right. You're fired. Job don't to go and do this now. My mother didn't have too much of that attitude because 8400:10:23.850 --> 00:10:27.810annie Gaudreault: She felt I think perhaps as she's passed. So I'm going to, you know, 8500:10:29.220 --> 00:10:40.830annie Gaudreault: Guess here, I believe that she felt that I could probably have the life that I want that you probably saw in me already, then right as a mother, the potential that I had 8600:10:41.280 --> 00:10:54.180annie Gaudreault: So she did not stop me too much. But in general, you know, this was the message that was being told. So I did not believe that had too much athletic ability until interestingly enough, I was in the workforce. 8700:10:54.810 --> 00:11:07.860annie Gaudreault: And I was working all the time and I became quite stressed and somebody suggested we should start running. And I thought, Oh, my God. They don't know about my lungs. But I thought 8800:11:08.940 --> 00:11:10.410annie Gaudreault: What do I have to lose. 8900:11:10.680 --> 00:11:20.310annie Gaudreault: Exactly. And the reason that I picked running was the fact that you had. You don't need any special duties to run. It's a very democratic sport. 9000:11:20.940 --> 00:11:30.180annie Gaudreault: Right, you don't need to be talented and coordinated right. I was just like, well, I should be able to manage that even if I ran slower. Lots of people run slow 9100:11:30.660 --> 00:11:46.230annie Gaudreault: And that's how it started. I, I just would go alone on and here in Toronto. With this beautiful boardwalk that you know is along Lake Ontario. It's gorgeous. And I thought, well, I live here. I have access to this. Why don't I give it a try. 9200:11:47.430 --> 00:11:51.990annie Gaudreault: So that's how it started. And interestingly enough, I guess, because I had been 9300:11:53.250 --> 00:12:00.540annie Gaudreault: I think I had been quite a bit of a Taipei. I thought, well, I need a goal. I need a distance. I need a race and 9400:12:02.160 --> 00:12:02.850annie Gaudreault: Started 9500:12:04.080 --> 00:12:15.990annie Gaudreault: That's how it started. And I did most of the initial stuff on my own. And then after you know 10 K's and half marathon. I thought, of course, I have to do a marathon. 9600:12:16.470 --> 00:12:24.210annie Gaudreault: And then I joined a group and then I tell you it's like I drink Kool Aid and I was like in heaven. If I this is it. I met my tribe. 9700:12:24.510 --> 00:12:28.530Terry Wildemann: So what was it like running your first five k 9800:12:30.240 --> 00:12:33.990annie Gaudreault: It was magical. I had never been part of a sports team. 9900:12:35.310 --> 00:12:44.310annie Gaudreault: I had never been part of a group that did something together. And interestingly enough, running as an individual sport. 10000:12:44.790 --> 00:13:05.460annie Gaudreault: But all the training and the racing is extremely communal every year there are no strangers. Everybody is a friend. And I thought, oh my god i wanted i want to be this all the time. It is wonderful. It is addictive and I just loved it. I just loved it. There was no stopping from that moment. 10100:13:06.150 --> 00:13:09.330Terry Wildemann: Wow. And then what was it like when you ran your first marathon. 10200:13:11.280 --> 00:13:34.770annie Gaudreault: It was in Washington, DC, the Marine Corps marathon and it was in 2004 I loved. I loved the experience. It was a tough very hot day end of October is Hall Halloween day and it was the hottest stink. And it was hard, and it took me way longer than I thought. And 10300:13:35.820 --> 00:13:37.500annie Gaudreault: But I finished and 10400:13:38.580 --> 00:13:51.240annie Gaudreault: I you know it's not what happens at the marathon. That really was the key thing. It's the months after that I gave me wings and gave me new confidence. 10500:13:51.690 --> 00:14:02.190Terry Wildemann: Wow, I can only, but what did you feel like when I mean, how were your lungs. How was, you know, with CF even 10600:14:03.270 --> 00:14:04.020Terry Wildemann: A 10700:14:05.730 --> 00:14:09.810Terry Wildemann: You know, did it hold you back in any way because it doesn't sound like it did. Yeah. 10800:14:10.230 --> 00:14:27.750annie Gaudreault: I don't have the most amazing aerobic capacity, you know the volume, the ability to get a lot of the oxygen that normally would, you know, be coming into the blood. It's, it's definitely tampered but I'm able to do it. And remember, you know, you don't end up 10900:14:29.070 --> 00:14:41.040annie Gaudreault: running a marathon. You've got all that training. Right. I did all the training. I did everything that I was supposed to. So my lungs gain strength. They really do now. 11000:14:42.780 --> 00:14:48.450annie Gaudreault: No, I am not going to be recruited into the Olympics, but it doesn't matter. 11100:14:48.690 --> 00:14:52.980Terry Wildemann: It doesn't matter. You look at what you've accomplished and what it is that you're sharing with 11200:14:52.980 --> 00:14:53.880annie Gaudreault: Everybody 11300:14:54.150 --> 00:15:07.560Terry Wildemann: I mean this is just a remarkable story. And it's just really, really cool and a real lesson for those who are experiencing disease and how mindset can really be overcome. 11400:15:08.790 --> 00:15:16.710Terry Wildemann: Our mindset to really help to overcome any physical challenges you think you actually may have. I mean, look at what you've done and it's remarkable 11500:15:17.730 --> 00:15:24.090annie Gaudreault: And there are many, many, many examples, Terry of this you know all across our society. 11600:15:24.540 --> 00:15:33.720annie Gaudreault: Right, the psychology of belief is so powerful because i've you know became very interested in that later on. And the science is very clear. 11700:15:34.410 --> 00:15:52.410annie Gaudreault: That we put our own you know barriers we set our own limits and this in absolutely every area of our world, of course, you know, whether its financial or intellectual capacities, etc. There are many, many books that are scientifically. 11800:15:53.460 --> 00:16:04.860annie Gaudreault: You know base that talk about this. So to me it's just, I'm just one small example amongst you know so many people that I see having accomplished this 11900:16:06.210 --> 00:16:10.920Terry Wildemann: That's great. It really is and and I'm going to step back a bit. 12000:16:11.040 --> 00:16:12.090Terry Wildemann: You're saying that you're just 12100:16:12.090 --> 00:16:24.360Terry Wildemann: one small example I actually see you as a huge example because we hear these stories and hear these stories and hear these stories and yet we still sit 12200:16:24.960 --> 00:16:47.850Terry Wildemann: And we do nothing. We don't take the first step to own our own lives, until finally one special story or one special thing just connects with us so deeply that it's the story that you needed to hear. To get you off the stool. 12300:16:49.200 --> 00:16:58.950Terry Wildemann: To take that first step. So you don't know if your story could be that one one story that pushes somebody over the edge. 12400:16:59.970 --> 00:17:11.250Terry Wildemann: You know, so it's very special what you do. It's very, very special what you've accomplished and you've also accomplished something else you've gotten to the world of nutrition. 12500:17:11.640 --> 00:17:22.590Terry Wildemann: And women with aging. Can you tell me a little bit about that. I mean, that's very exciting. Hey, as a woman who is, you know, next, next birthday is coming around. 12600:17:24.870 --> 00:17:33.030Terry Wildemann: To hear what is it that got you into nutrition and working with women and aging. 12700:17:35.130 --> 00:17:46.920annie Gaudreault: So I, I got into running, although my world. My, my, you know, how is earning my life was as an executive, you know, working with consumer packaged goods. 12800:17:47.580 --> 00:17:59.010annie Gaudreault: You know, doing mostly packaging and branding and you know I was this weekend athlete that would devour these books and these magazines about health and fitness. 12900:17:59.670 --> 00:18:13.410annie Gaudreault: And when I did my first marathon. It was with a women's running group only and the camaraderie was amazing. And they asked me to come to come on later on as an assistant coach and then to start coaching that group. 13000:18:14.100 --> 00:18:24.450annie Gaudreault: And I had never understood the concept of vocation until that moment because to me, like the skies parted. 13100:18:25.020 --> 00:18:30.870annie Gaudreault: I thought this is the most gratifying, the most satisfying thing I have ever done. 13200:18:31.380 --> 00:18:48.960annie Gaudreault: To be able to lead to guide to show people that they can when their head is saying no. And, and I am leading them to, you know, showing them that it is possible and guiding them. It was magical. It was deeply spiritual 13300:18:49.920 --> 00:18:55.920annie Gaudreault: My problem with that job is that it was really not paying the bills. You know, it was a love 13400:18:57.330 --> 00:18:58.590annie Gaudreault: I really love passion. 13500:18:59.970 --> 00:19:12.390annie Gaudreault: But in the back of my mind. I thought I am going to find a way to find a purpose that aligns with these values that I have and I can earn a living and support myself, etc. 13600:19:13.080 --> 00:19:20.640annie Gaudreault: And it took me a while to do to be able to to figure it out. But after I did our man. 13700:19:21.000 --> 00:19:33.060annie Gaudreault: Funnily enough, people started to ask me to come and speak at their places of work or you know groups or networking groups about what it takes to train for an Iron Man while you run your business. 13800:19:33.630 --> 00:19:41.100annie Gaudreault: And I thought, Wow, just do the work and I started to break down. I started to learn. You know what was involved. 13900:19:41.460 --> 00:19:49.410annie Gaudreault: And I realized that I was able to speak a lot about it. But the one missing piece that I had that was missing was the whole nutrition side. 14000:19:49.980 --> 00:20:03.150annie Gaudreault: I was always winging it with my nutrition as trying to hear reading that adopting it. I didn't have the base. I didn't have the science. So that was the trigger to I think that a go and get my nutritionist degree. 14100:20:04.890 --> 00:20:07.590annie Gaudreault: And that combined with 14200:20:08.760 --> 00:20:21.150annie Gaudreault: Being in my 40s. I thought there is no friggin way that I am turning 50 in I will be in the same place in my life, I do not. This is not acceptable. 14300:20:22.140 --> 00:20:31.950annie Gaudreault: And I thought, I'm going to go back to school, get that degree and then figure out how I can serve because I had always remembered how much I loved coaching. 14400:20:32.340 --> 00:20:49.380annie Gaudreault: I love seeing these women you know I had had hundreds of women that cross the finish line, because we went back to Washington for their first marathon. They would cross the finish line amongst all those gorgeous Marines and they would fall into My arms all sweaty. 14500:20:49.860 --> 00:21:01.230annie Gaudreault: And completely like in tears, and I cannot explain those there is no better sensation or no better feeling. No, no greater satisfaction in the world. 14600:21:01.230 --> 00:21:02.160Rachel's 14700:21:03.300 --> 00:21:14.790annie Gaudreault: It was magical. So I went back to school and then I went, oh my god, I put my little marketing hat on. And I thought, What are the markets that are underserved da middle aged women. Yeah. 14800:21:15.990 --> 00:21:30.870annie Gaudreault: we obsess over youth, but not just us women and youthful in this view image image of beauty and so called you know perfection and 14900:21:31.560 --> 00:21:44.790annie Gaudreault: I had started to observe what was going on. Also around me. You know, I was in my 40s. I saw people starting to have cancer. I started to see pre diabetic friends. I started to see 15000:21:45.480 --> 00:21:59.880annie Gaudreault: The crisis is that are happening when people were not being living authentic lives. Yeah. And I was like, I think there is a beautiful opportunity for me to serve this population. 15100:22:00.360 --> 00:22:14.430annie Gaudreault: That nobody cares about. And I was seeing all this messaging around aging that I thought is pure BS. We are making aging look like a time of loss, a time of 15200:22:16.200 --> 00:22:33.120annie Gaudreault: A spiral, you know, down where we lose. Well, we lose our youth, we lose our beauty, we lose our capacity. And I thought, nothing has been further from the truth because as I age I feel better and I am so much happier. 15300:22:33.360 --> 00:22:34.590Terry Wildemann: Oh, you know I am. 15400:22:34.590 --> 00:22:35.550annie Gaudreault: Ray Ray of her 15500:22:36.060 --> 00:22:36.420I 15600:22:37.590 --> 00:22:54.900Terry Wildemann: The older I get, the better. I feel it is just absolutely remarkable. And you're right, when you are integrated in mind, body, and spirit and you know it's funny that you say that, and I'll share this from the heart to validate what you're talking about. 15700:22:57.690 --> 00:23:14.250Terry Wildemann: I was very ill in the beginning part of my life, on and on and on. Fast forward. I know that that had to happen because I had to learn a lot of holistic modalities to keep my family happy and to keep me happy. Okay. Bada bing, bada boom, here I am, I am now. 15800:23:15.630 --> 00:23:16.170Terry Wildemann: A 15900:23:17.460 --> 00:23:42.630Terry Wildemann: It and I have been teaching resilience. For the last 25 years. And what I know is that this idea of what we look like and what we're men who are meant to be can really play with their minds and as I said to somebody just yesterday on the phone in my 20s AND MY 30s and going into 16000:23:45.270 --> 00:23:50.340Terry Wildemann: My early 40s. I was really, really skinny. I was very, very skinny. 16100:23:51.390 --> 00:23:55.800Terry Wildemann: Now I'm not skinny. But what i'll tell you is this. 16200:23:57.330 --> 00:24:04.620Terry Wildemann: I am the healthiest I've ever been in my life because I am healthy in mind, body, 16300:24:05.070 --> 00:24:06.210annie Gaudreault: And spirit. 16400:24:06.570 --> 00:24:14.130Terry Wildemann: Before it was not mind, body, and spirit. I was not healthy in my heart. I was not healthy in my mind. 16500:24:14.970 --> 00:24:26.310Terry Wildemann: Though my whereas my values were strong my perceptions were skewed and things were off and on, and on, and on, and on, and everything that I've done in the last 16600:24:26.970 --> 00:24:40.830Terry Wildemann: 32 years has taught me how to own who I am as a woman, so I can validate what you are talking about in such a huge Wayne. Thank you so much for what you do, because we need you. 16700:24:43.650 --> 00:24:48.000annie Gaudreault: Well, it's so gratifying because the need is there and 16800:24:49.230 --> 00:25:03.690annie Gaudreault: It is so powerful because when women hear this message. They go online, God, you know, it doesn't have to be door a there is this much more attractive door here and that's the door that is liberating. 16900:25:03.990 --> 00:25:06.780annie Gaudreault: That's the door that leads you to building your dreams. 17000:25:06.900 --> 00:25:12.090annie Gaudreault: That's the door to real happiness and feeling joyful. Yes. Right. 17100:25:12.480 --> 00:25:20.310Terry Wildemann: And your own who you are as a woman you own your strength, your cash and a lot of it has to do with plain and simple with confidence, you know, 17200:25:20.820 --> 00:25:30.420Terry Wildemann: It is is huge. And oftentimes, the people who tend to pull the rug out from under us the most are the ones we live with. 17300:25:31.320 --> 00:25:39.900Terry Wildemann: The ones we love the most are the ones who tend to do that. And when we realize that it's great to have them in our lives. But guess what, 17400:25:40.830 --> 00:25:52.740Terry Wildemann: You don't get to tell me what's good about me. What's bad about me anymore. And now I like me who I am and I'm stepping in who I meant to become and who I am, meant to be. And 17500:25:53.640 --> 00:26:06.570Terry Wildemann: You know that that's a big deal. So tell me more about Vive which is the name of your business that you created V V to help women with aging and become their powerful selves. 17600:26:07.830 --> 00:26:17.790annie Gaudreault: Well, it is a holistic approach that really looks at all of the critical components that get you to have that sustainable high energy 17700:26:18.090 --> 00:26:38.250annie Gaudreault: That can give you the vitality that you took for granted. When you were, you know, in your 20s in your 30s, you know, it's not a secret formula by the ingredients to live with vitality to have the life that you want. It's just a series of principles and you just need to, obviously. 17800:26:39.690 --> 00:26:45.750annie Gaudreault: Identify what it is for each person because we are all unique right. It's not a one size fits all. 17900:26:46.500 --> 00:26:52.800annie Gaudreault: But all of each of the key components are part of each of us. And then it's dialing 18000:26:53.430 --> 00:27:05.850annie Gaudreault: Properly for each person that leads you to that vitality to having the energy. You know, when people I was mentioning, when people were asking me, how did you train for an Iron Man. And let me read and, you know, and lead a business. I say, 18100:27:06.540 --> 00:27:11.910annie Gaudreault: This is possible for all of us that level of output. It is hundred percent possible 18200:27:12.480 --> 00:27:12.840Terry Wildemann: Mm hmm. 18300:27:13.230 --> 00:27:22.440annie Gaudreault: You know, I am not superhuman as we are very well established. You know what is what. When you start to understand what are the key components. 18400:27:22.800 --> 00:27:33.780annie Gaudreault: You know that it's limitless. And I believe because, as you mentioned here, you know, we can to this time with the confidence we can finally achieve big stuff. 18500:27:34.050 --> 00:27:35.070We can 18600:27:36.240 --> 00:27:49.410Terry Wildemann: We can, you know what, ladies, it's time for us to rise up. When is the era of the female energy the feminine the divine feminine is here. So the 18700:27:50.280 --> 00:28:11.970Terry Wildemann: You know, the one thing you mentioned about our society isn't it interesting that in indigenous cultures and in other cultures around the world. Women who are older are revered for their wisdom, but in western society, we tend to toss old women out with the trash. 18800:28:12.960 --> 00:28:14.970annie Gaudreault: Yes, become visible. 18900:28:15.330 --> 00:28:17.970Terry Wildemann: What is up with that. 19000:28:18.660 --> 00:28:27.030annie Gaudreault: It's a very male oriented decision making is what it is you know women don't want that. You know, we don't want that, you know, 19100:28:27.570 --> 00:28:38.340Terry Wildemann: I will never wanted for themselves, either, so you know it's whether it's men or women actually they don't want to be put out to pasture. 19200:28:38.880 --> 00:28:39.390Terry Wildemann: No. 19300:28:39.570 --> 00:28:58.050Terry Wildemann: They don't want to be disrespected, and some of my clients have been men who have retired and are going into more other careers and they're very frustrated because they ended up having to go into business because they could not get hired because of their age. 19400:28:58.230 --> 00:29:01.140annie Gaudreault: Yes, oh ageism is alive and well. It's 19500:29:01.290 --> 00:29:03.810annie Gaudreault: Awful. It really is. 19600:29:03.960 --> 00:29:05.250annie Gaudreault: Well, all I am stem 19700:29:05.250 --> 00:29:06.990Terry Wildemann: Is just just just 19800:29:08.160 --> 00:29:08.970Terry Wildemann: Along the way, 19900:29:09.600 --> 00:29:24.000annie Gaudreault: Absolutely. I am hoping I see a lot in our society, though some beautiful glimmer of hopes that there is more conversation more openness to what do we each have to bring 20000:29:25.080 --> 00:29:25.980annie Gaudreault: To each other. 20100:29:26.250 --> 00:29:37.890annie Gaudreault: And and the, you know, Harvard Business Review mentioned, not that long ago that the average age of successful businesses, the founders age was around 47 20200:29:38.520 --> 00:29:51.870annie Gaudreault: And you know I know why because we're starting to bring some wisdom, we are starting to apply the life lessons and having the emotional maturity to be able to, you know, build these businesses. 20300:29:52.320 --> 00:29:57.150annie Gaudreault: And also to have the guts to like go forward and, you know, 20400:29:58.740 --> 00:30:12.330annie Gaudreault: Realize these dreams that we've had, like, I there's no way I would have been able to go back to school. You know, in my 30s. I didn't have the wisdom that it took that I finally had in my 40s. 20500:30:13.260 --> 00:30:13.620Terry Wildemann: Right. 20600:30:13.740 --> 00:30:21.330annie Gaudreault: So there's a gift in that wisdom that there's not enough to China, you know, to make you go back 20700:30:22.740 --> 00:30:41.340Terry Wildemann: Another gun. So any one of the things about being a nutritionist, is that you understand about a lot of the chemicals that go into our food, etc, etc. What is the biggest thing that you see in our food today that really is unhealthy for us. 20800:30:42.960 --> 00:30:50.790annie Gaudreault: I think the, the biggest, biggest thing is our disconnect with food that it is 20900:30:52.440 --> 00:31:01.020annie Gaudreault: You know, and it's not about oh I grabbed fast food and I'm, you know, I just want convenience. It's all the time you know our disconnect with food that it comes from 21000:31:01.410 --> 00:31:15.360annie Gaudreault: A land, you know, land had to be farmed and the the effort that is put into that in the respect of everything that it takes you know we need to have clean soil and we need to have clean water and and and because 21100:31:15.810 --> 00:31:25.260annie Gaudreault: I don't believe that it is again one size fits all nutrition, but I do believe that being connected to the food is something that should be universal. 21200:31:26.160 --> 00:31:36.660annie Gaudreault: Whether whatever philosophy of food that you may have. And that you wish to go under, because when you start to make those choices you make better choices. 21300:31:37.110 --> 00:31:42.930annie Gaudreault: What goes into your into your body, the brands that you buy how you live your life. 21400:31:43.320 --> 00:31:57.900annie Gaudreault: And it impacts your neighbors, it impacts the workers and impacts the policies that we make as a society and how we are able to feed people that are marginalized right now and not even having access to fresh food. So I think that's the biggest thing. 21500:31:59.220 --> 00:32:06.030Terry Wildemann: What about and I have to bring this up because it's so perverse in our society. Right now we've got food allergies. 21600:32:06.780 --> 00:32:08.460annie Gaudreault: Yes, that's huge. 21700:32:09.480 --> 00:32:27.540annie Gaudreault: A lot of food allergies are caused by the very unhealthy gut, so there there are actually some fantastic books written about how allergies are really created by, you know, the poor nutrition that we now have 21800:32:28.020 --> 00:32:47.700annie Gaudreault: And how the gut sees some elements you know perfectly fine food and sees it and then decides that this is an enemy and creates an auto immunity right allergies. So that's why we also see a rise in autoimmune diseases right now poor gut health 21900:32:48.450 --> 00:33:08.280annie Gaudreault: The good that we are starting to understand gut health a lot better. And my hope is that we are going to start to see new modalities to treat allergies new modalities that will help reduce this incredible rise of autoimmune diseases. 22000:33:09.390 --> 00:33:25.740annie Gaudreault: However, people should know this between science being, you know, really, really clear and obviously well supported in peer reviewed between the time that this is done and that it finds himself in medical books 17 years 22100:33:26.100 --> 00:33:38.130annie Gaudreault: Wow 17 years. That's a generation right a generation officiating marketing terms is 20 years yes 17 years so often. 22200:33:38.970 --> 00:33:53.880annie Gaudreault: The mud. The, the, the protocols that are out there are really not effective. That's why I always recommend that people really do their homework to see what are the options out there in terms of healing in terms of, you know, 22300:33:56.070 --> 00:33:58.920annie Gaudreault: Better suited solutions for their health. 22400:34:00.030 --> 00:34:16.710Terry Wildemann: Spot on. So, Annie. Your story is remarkable. You have really influenced I believe many of us in being able to get past what holds us back and I know you have so much so much more to offer. 22500:34:17.670 --> 00:34:18.870Terry Wildemann: People find you. 22600:34:19.920 --> 00:34:30.900annie Gaudreault: Very easy. So you did mention my website that is probably the best way Vive which is V e v.ca for Canada, by the way, for all of the American 22700:34:31.410 --> 00:34:49.530annie Gaudreault: Audience So v.ca and I invite people to just sign in the I have a wonderful guide that people can download and you will see my newsletter and also I am always happy to have a complimentary call with someone so that they can get some Media Strategies to support them. 22800:34:50.250 --> 00:34:55.020Terry Wildemann: Sorry, it is that both in nutrition and and running marathons. 22900:34:55.110 --> 00:34:56.370annie Gaudreault: Haha. Absolutely. 23000:34:56.520 --> 00:34:58.800annie Gaudreault: Absolutely. I love to talk about running 23100:35:00.570 --> 00:35:10.590Terry Wildemann: Well, thank you so much for being here on making the possibilities, you're absolutely delightful guest. And I know that your wisdom will go far and wide with awaken the possibilities. 23200:35:11.250 --> 00:35:23.400Terry Wildemann: Audience and to my dear friend to come in, week after week to listen to our episodes. Thank you so much for being here. We have great guests that are coming down the line. 23300:35:23.910 --> 00:35:30.510Terry Wildemann: And just keep listening and just keep going to the website awaken the possibilities calm. 23400:35:30.900 --> 00:35:39.060Terry Wildemann: And you can see everyone who is on the show from passions. You can see future shows that are upcoming as well as the current show 23500:35:39.540 --> 00:35:50.040Terry Wildemann: So, you can find us at awaken the possibilities calm, as I mentioned, you can also join our Facebook group awaken the possibilities business Hangout and our 23600:35:50.820 --> 00:36:05.400Terry Wildemann: YouTube channel is youtube.com forward slash intuitive leadership. So this has been a blast. 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From Skiing, to Wheelchair, to Empowerment
Aug 13 2020 29 mins  
Free Gift: Genuinely You TV Series: https://genuinely-you.co/page/the-showTO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 26 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Gina Gardiner in "From Skiing, to Wheelchair, to Empowerment”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ____________________________________________________________________________ About Gina Gardiner:Gina Gardiner is a No1 International Bestselling Author, Motivational Speaker, Empowerment Coach and Transformational Leadership Trainer with well over 30 years of experience helping people experience happiness, success and fulfilment. She’s the founder of the Thrive Together Tribe membership and personal and spiritual development programme and The Enlightened Leadership Programme. Gina has learned to walk twice as an adult. For over 20 years, she ran her award-winning school, for the most part from a wheelchair. The gift of this experience was the development of a unique approach to life and the development of transformational leadership.   Gina is passionate about supporting people to live a truly happy, successful and fulfilling life and supporting leaders to become the spiritual matriarchs and patriarchs who lead with integrity, compassion and the courage to do what is right rather than what is expedient. Website URL:: http://genuinely-you.com      https://enlightenedleadership.co Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/genuinelyyouprograms/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ginagardinerassociates/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Genuinely_You Instagram: georgina.gardiner YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSUvrwWOKQb6SrfYeXRZyHg____________________________________________________________________________ About Terry Wildemann: Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach. Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center. Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition____________________________________________________________________________ TRANSCRIPT WEBVTT100:00:02.310 --> 00:00:08.970Terry Wildemann: Welcome everyone to this wonderful episode of awaken the possibilities. I'm your host, Terry will demand.200:00:09.660 --> 00:00:23.460Terry Wildemann: I love bringing spectacular guests to you that have phenomenal stories and tonight. Today tonight, whatever time it is that you are listening to this is no exception.300:00:24.300 --> 00:00:44.040Terry Wildemann: My guest today is going to share how her health issues have led to some phenomenal, phenomenal experiences. And I'll tell you this woman is a rock star. I loved speaking with her. We did a little 15 minute, which turned into I think an hour 90 minutes400:00:46.770 --> 00:00:56.520Terry Wildemann: Before the show with a few weeks ago and it was like I couldn't wait to bring her on. So allow me to introduce you to the amazing Gina gardener.500:00:56.970 --> 00:01:07.140Terry Wildemann: She is a number one international best selling author a motivational speaker empowerment coach and transformational leadership trainer.600:01:07.410 --> 00:01:23.100Terry Wildemann: With well over 30 years of experience, helping people experience happiness, success and fulfillment. She's the founder of the thrive together tribe membership and personal and spiritual development program and the enlightened leadership program.700:01:24.150 --> 00:01:37.770Terry Wildemann: Gina has had to learn to walk twice. Not once, twice as an adult for over 20 years. She ran her award winning school for the most part, from what wheelchair.800:01:38.400 --> 00:01:45.270Terry Wildemann: To give to this experience was the development of a unique approach to life and the development of transformational leadership.900:01:46.110 --> 00:01:57.750Terry Wildemann: Gina's passionate about supporting people to live a truly happy, successful and fulfilling life and supporting them leaders to become the spiritual matriarchs and patriarchs.1000:01:58.170 --> 00:02:08.160Terry Wildemann: Who lead with integrity compassion and the courage to do what is right, rather than what is expedient. Welcome to the show. Gina1100:02:08.490 --> 00:02:13.980Gina Gardiner: Thank you so much for having me on the show. I'm really looking forward to it. Well,1200:02:14.010 --> 00:02:23.520Terry Wildemann: I am too because you are quite an extraordinary person and we share the love of leadership. We share the love of having people evolve.1300:02:23.850 --> 00:02:41.760Terry Wildemann: We share the love of being able to work through things and look at them with blue sky perspective, instead of the cloud perspective. So, Gina, I would love for you to share with folks what you shared with me in terms of what got you to where you are right now.1400:02:42.330 --> 00:02:51.600Gina Gardiner: Well, thank you. And it wasn't until I started work at the age of 21 that I really felt as if I'd found who I was.1500:02:51.990 --> 00:03:06.840Gina Gardiner: And I started teaching. I was good at it and thoroughly enjoyed it and I was promoted to very quickly and so age 28 I became the deputy principal of the largest. And I think in America, the equivalent would be junior high school1600:03:07.950 --> 00:03:16.470Gina Gardiner: And I was promoted to be the catalyst for change. I was the youngest bar to on star and the school was very much stuck in in the dark ages.1700:03:17.040 --> 00:03:24.180Gina Gardiner: And I enjoyed working with my principal, but by the fabric half term halfway through the year, we have a week's holiday.1800:03:24.540 --> 00:03:32.520Gina Gardiner: And I was really pleased to get to the week's holiday and off I went skiing, which I was really keen to do. I was a good scare1900:03:33.150 --> 00:03:43.500Gina Gardiner: But in those days the fashion was to have the longest skis possible and I've been convinced by the guy in the shop to buy a pair of skis that with 10 centimeters longer than I was used to2000:03:44.220 --> 00:03:54.510Gina Gardiner: So I with my friends and we're all excellent skiers I found, for the most part, and week I was turning Charlie because it kept wrapping that extra 10 centimeters, round one another.2100:03:55.320 --> 00:04:06.240Gina Gardiner: On the Thursday I had quite a bad fall. So I said to my friends. I'm not going to ski with you tomorrow morning. I'm going to go and get my confidence back because it was the last day of the holiday.2200:04:07.020 --> 00:04:13.110Gina Gardiner: Join them for lunch. And they said, we've found this fabulous neuron come and join us. And so I did.2300:04:13.740 --> 00:04:32.070Gina Gardiner: It was a beautiful day, the sort of day that you see in the mountains where the sun was shining and the snow was listening. It was just exquisite. So as we went up on the chairlift you saw you know the valley disappearing below. It was just a day of such beauty.2400:04:33.120 --> 00:04:42.870Gina Gardiner: got off the chairlift followed them. We went round the corner. They stopped. I caught them up and it was pretty evident. We weren't where they thought there was supposed to be.2500:04:43.740 --> 00:04:51.270Gina Gardiner: So instead of being or six kilometer read Ron, we were the top of the Schindler graphs which is the most difficult black Ron instantaneous on2600:04:53.100 --> 00:05:00.540Gina Gardiner: Full of mobile now for the people who don't know what the Mowgli's it's where the snow is being carved out by the weather.2700:05:01.200 --> 00:05:13.620Gina Gardiner: And they're often a couple of inches. But these were six foot monsters. It was a very steep very long, slow and the only way to negotiated and there was no other way back2800:05:14.010 --> 00:05:32.970Gina Gardiner: Was to to ski. And then on top of a local turn and and slide down and then scale on and do that moving across the mountain I escaped the first third and then I had a quite a significant fall because I've left it too late to turn2900:05:33.990 --> 00:05:43.890Gina Gardiner: And it took me about 20 minutes to retrieve my ski and to join my friends who were each sitting on a mobile rather lakanal sitting on a mushroom.3000:05:44.520 --> 00:05:45.990Terry Wildemann: What a visualization3100:05:47.220 --> 00:05:48.690Terry Wildemann: How many of them were there.3200:05:49.920 --> 00:05:51.270Gina Gardiner: We were five all together.3300:05:52.320 --> 00:06:04.320Gina Gardiner: And so I took my skis off and I sat on my mushroom my mogul and we were just chatting and that's to say it was a beautiful day. And suddenly the top of my mobile gateway.3400:06:05.490 --> 00:06:26.520Gina Gardiner: And there was nowhere to land. So I just bounced and rotated and all I remember is hearing the screen and then sometime later I came to further down the mountain. I'm told by my friends and by other people who saw the fall. It was between 150 and 200 feet.3500:06:28.110 --> 00:06:35.700Gina Gardiner: Fortunately, I didn't have my skis on because I think if I had had my skis on I probably would have done some critical damage.3600:06:36.810 --> 00:06:58.470Gina Gardiner: And I think because I got knocked myself out. I was floppy and relaxed and that that helped me. It took them ages to get down to me. But the one good thing about it is with the ski the fall and then a ski and another fall i'd managed, most of the wrong. And so we3700:06:59.460 --> 00:07:00.240Terry Wildemann: Were to do it.3800:07:02.820 --> 00:07:03.990Gina Gardiner: And I have to tell you3900:07:06.720 --> 00:07:23.070Gina Gardiner: I didn't want the blood wagon and they so they helped me back to the hotel had a horrendous night and then traveled home the next day, my mom took one look at me and I was carted off to accident and emergency and they told me that I've got a concussion and I trapped in there.4000:07:24.360 --> 00:07:26.670Gina Gardiner: And it took me about three weeks to get back to school.4100:07:28.470 --> 00:07:43.470Gina Gardiner: Fast forward about four or five weeks and I was the deputy leader on the barsky party with 150 children and so off we went. And I was allowed to go. We've got medics with us this time skiing in Switzerland.4200:07:44.610 --> 00:07:50.670Gina Gardiner: And as the week went on, I became more and more like cozy made Modo. I was really struggling to stand up right and4300:07:51.300 --> 00:08:03.450Gina Gardiner: I was finding it more and more difficult and by the last day. The end of the last day, we got back to the hotel and I said to my colleagues, I just got to go and lie down. I just, I've come on running on empty.4400:08:04.740 --> 00:08:11.640Gina Gardiner: And so I went up to my room and I lay on my bed and within very, very few minutes I discovered that I was paralyzed on one side.4500:08:12.990 --> 00:08:26.310Gina Gardiner: Now there were children milling about in the code or I didn't want to frighten them. And so I had to wait until an adult came to check on me. I've no idea how long it actually was. But it felt like an eternity.4600:08:26.700 --> 00:08:30.900Gina Gardiner: And even as a parking about it. Now I can feel that sense of panic.4700:08:31.530 --> 00:08:35.640Gina Gardiner: When you know the body that you rely on suddenly won't do what you want.4800:08:37.620 --> 00:08:55.680Gina Gardiner: Eventually, somebody arrived, and then all hell broke loose and I was carted off to the local hospital and then transferred to Geneva University Hospital and I was there for about a week. And by the time I was flown home and I was beginning to get some movement back4900:08:56.880 --> 00:09:00.780Gina Gardiner: So it took me until the end of May to get back to school.5000:09:01.890 --> 00:09:18.240Gina Gardiner: And I wasn't right. I was doing school going home going to bed. And so I was so relieved to get to the end of the term and think I got six weeks. Now I can have six weeks rest and recuperation I'll get myself sorted out September.5100:09:19.980 --> 00:09:38.730Gina Gardiner: 10 days in very early in the morning I received a phone call and my my principles wife was on the other end. And she was just hysterical. And she'd found john in bed and he died in his sleep for a massive we found out later a massive heart.5200:09:39.990 --> 00:09:53.610Gina Gardiner: So, far from it being the RESTful holiday that I had hoped for. I helped arrange the funeral have to let the staff, the parents the local authority and then plan for September, because I was now acting head.5300:09:54.900 --> 00:10:12.930Gina Gardiner: And I was appointed the permanent head in the in the January the following January so very young, very green but incredibly determined that I wanted the children and the staff to have the best learning opportunity that I could create and5400:10:13.560 --> 00:10:15.150Terry Wildemann: When you say you were very young.5500:10:15.600 --> 00:10:15.810I was5600:10:17.280 --> 00:10:20.430Terry Wildemann: 29. It's a lot of responsibility at that age.5700:10:20.820 --> 00:10:22.590Gina Gardiner: And I've been the Deputy for a year.5800:10:23.760 --> 00:10:26.940Gina Gardiner: And so yeah, I was very green5900:10:27.960 --> 00:10:49.350Gina Gardiner: very determined that I wanted everybody I've been very unhappy at school and I'd worked for two heads are principles prior to john who was a great principle, but my first two principles taught me how not to rather than how to and I was determined I wanted things to be and to be a really6000:10:50.850 --> 00:10:53.460Gina Gardiner: Great learning environment.6100:10:55.140 --> 00:11:03.930Gina Gardiner: And so my health wasn't great. But I made the decision that it didn't matter how I felt in the morning, I was going to go into school6200:11:04.680 --> 00:11:15.840Gina Gardiner: And, you know, within a very short time of being in school. I was so busy and so interested in what I was doing that actually how I feel. First thing in the morning and still like that. It's like resurrection locket now.6300:11:17.220 --> 00:11:21.510Gina Gardiner: That I would that was no decision, unless I was in hospital. I'm going to school.6400:11:22.920 --> 00:11:36.540Gina Gardiner: Now, and I started to use a wheelchair to get around school in in 1987 didn't use it in my office all the classrooms, but I couldn't manage. It's quite a big site and I couldn't manage that and6500:11:37.890 --> 00:11:53.430Gina Gardiner: And I managed between 1987 and 1996 by using a wheelchair to get around school but 1996 just before the summer holidays I sneezed and I felt something going my back.6600:11:55.440 --> 00:11:58.650Gina Gardiner: I managed to get to the end of terms as couple of weeks before the end6700:11:59.670 --> 00:12:05.820Gina Gardiner: And on the last day, I was taking the assembly and I got a chair. I could sit at standing height.6800:12:06.540 --> 00:12:15.450Gina Gardiner: And and the children are just going out with their teachers and and I found that I couldn't actually put my weight through my legs.6900:12:16.410 --> 00:12:30.660Gina Gardiner: And so went off to hospital and I discovered that I ruptured a disc woke up in the surgery to find that I've got failed back surgery syndrome. So if I put my left foot to the floor. I just use defend and7000:12:31.800 --> 00:12:32.490Gina Gardiner: I became7100:12:32.910 --> 00:12:47.850Gina Gardiner: A very good school. So by now. I had to be completely in a wheelchair. And what I discovered, of course, is I couldn't physically get into my classrooms. I've struggled to before to to spend time on my feet.7200:12:49.410 --> 00:12:59.010Gina Gardiner: And and so over the period of time from 1987 I had developed and started to develop a way of7300:13:00.810 --> 00:13:09.450Gina Gardiner: Empowering staff teachers and non teaching style and which didn't require me micromanaging them because they7400:13:10.320 --> 00:13:26.670Gina Gardiner: Are taking total responsibility for their own performance and a shared responsibility for everybody else's now then took me 18 months to walk to the bottom of my very small garden and I was really pleased to get there by the Easter of not the next year, but the following me.7500:13:27.870 --> 00:13:41.460Gina Gardiner: And then fast forward to the last day term summer turn school holidays and we have staff doing went out from you came back and I felt on well and I was sick, and I felt my back.7600:13:42.480 --> 00:13:56.490Gina Gardiner: And I had dropped it in another disk again rushed off to hospital had an operation and again failed back surgery syndrome. And so having been able to walk to the end of my garden. I could not stand up.7700:13:57.660 --> 00:14:09.420Gina Gardiner: And I was completely wheelchair bound them for many years and I continue to run my skin but the gift and it's been a huge gift in in my disability.7800:14:10.050 --> 00:14:20.040Gina Gardiner: Is that not only did my own school do that as well. And we were on the best 100 schools list, not once, but twice during my tenure alignment extraordinarily proud of that.7900:14:20.760 --> 00:14:32.370Gina Gardiner: But we thank you we became one of the first beacon schools so worked with dozens of other schools and hundreds of other teachers teaching them the same strategies principles and techniques.8000:14:32.850 --> 00:14:40.830Gina Gardiner: I was invited to be an advisor for the government and I worked as a training facilitator for the National College of leadership and the London Institute.8100:14:41.580 --> 00:14:51.090Gina Gardiner: Not all at the same time, but that brought an income into school and we had a very poor budget, but also kept everything cutting edge from a8200:14:51.570 --> 00:14:52.440Terry Wildemann: Very nice.8300:14:53.070 --> 00:15:00.600Gina Gardiner: So now we're 2004 and I go to see my neurologist in May and he gives me an ultimatum.8400:15:01.590 --> 00:15:20.820Gina Gardiner: And the ultimatum is stopped doing the 1415 hour day that you're doing five and a half days a week because work was great pain control or you'll be completely housebound and you won't be able to drive and I had an adapted car and with hand tools and electric wheelchair so8500:15:21.990 --> 00:15:24.240Gina Gardiner: That was a huge wake up call.8600:15:25.350 --> 00:15:25.860Terry Wildemann: Wow.8700:15:26.760 --> 00:15:32.010Gina Gardiner: Um, so I made a very difficult decision that I was going to leave headship of being a principal8800:15:33.420 --> 00:15:44.010Gina Gardiner: And about to the same time in the later on in the year I had an internal spine stimulator fitted now in the UK going for early retirement.8900:15:44.880 --> 00:15:55.620Gina Gardiner: In the teaching profession normally takes about six months, right, so where the summer holidays and my application I timed it because I thought I'll go at Christmas.9000:15:56.730 --> 00:16:01.950Gina Gardiner: And so I timed it that my application should go in immediately before the bank holiday.9100:16:03.420 --> 00:16:03.660Gina Gardiner: So,9200:16:03.960 --> 00:16:07.230Terry Wildemann: Can you describe what a bank holiday is because some people don't know what9300:16:07.890 --> 00:16:17.370Gina Gardiner: Your Labor Day. It's a day where people have time off from work. So we historically have the last Monday in August of9400:16:18.840 --> 00:16:25.890Gina Gardiner: So my application went in on the Thursday and by the Tuesday I had a letter saying who retired.9500:16:28.200 --> 00:16:45.360Gina Gardiner: I had planned that of what I was going to do. And it didn't involve retiring. A week after the application have gone in and so he created with them that I would that I would retire at the end of October, went into have a spinal stimulator fitted and had terrible9600:16:47.520 --> 00:16:50.850Gina Gardiner: Complications and I actually came out of school in November.9700:16:52.470 --> 00:16:53.310Gina Gardiner: Uncle9800:16:54.300 --> 00:16:58.350Gina Gardiner: What now I'm not ready for daytime TV. I mean, even9900:17:01.380 --> 00:17:04.620Gina Gardiner: Even after the spinal operations. I was back at school, four days.10000:17:04.620 --> 00:17:05.880Terry Wildemann: Later, sure, sure.10100:17:06.180 --> 00:17:13.350Gina Gardiner: Because if I was at home all I could do is read or watch telly. I couldn't make a cup of tea. If somebody hadn't filled the cattle and left.10200:17:14.880 --> 00:17:21.030Gina Gardiner: And so I was used to being busy. I was used to being involved in something that I loved. And I did well.10300:17:21.690 --> 00:17:27.390Gina Gardiner: And so there in November. I am left with, what do I do now.10400:17:28.800 --> 00:17:41.670Gina Gardiner: So I decided to do it a research project because my belief was that leadership was the same whether you were in local government or finance or retail or manufacturing10500:17:42.570 --> 00:17:50.790Gina Gardiner: Health and so I did my first or did you receive research project and fan, of course, the same issues face whatever industry you're in, because you're talking10600:17:52.140 --> 00:18:02.910Gina Gardiner: And I wrote my first couple of books to be my calling card and to start with. I worked mainly in corporates. There were some life coaching and some relationship coaching.10700:18:03.900 --> 00:18:12.000Gina Gardiner: And I did that, until the last session. And then in a week, all of my contracts win. And so I had to reinvent myself yet again.10800:18:12.690 --> 00:18:20.070Gina Gardiner: By this time, I was doing some work for Essex University Business School, and they would commissioned me to go out and to work with businesses.10900:18:20.670 --> 00:18:35.220Gina Gardiner: To do some training or some troubleshooting and I kept being invited back. And so I started to work with companies on a consistent basis and always with the senior decision makers and I still do that today.11000:18:35.880 --> 00:18:38.550Terry Wildemann: Excellent. And how for how many years have you been doing that.11100:18:38.820 --> 00:18:43.740Gina Gardiner: I've been doing that since 2000 and the very beginning of 200911200:18:44.550 --> 00:18:51.480Terry Wildemann: Very nice. And that 2009 was when the everything fell apart financially. So you were very fortunate11300:18:51.810 --> 00:18:58.260Gina Gardiner: Well, within one week contracts which I'd had that was supposed to last all year just disappear.11400:18:58.440 --> 00:19:00.960Terry Wildemann: Disappear and I know I closed my center in11500:19:00.960 --> 00:19:03.120Terry Wildemann: 2009 I remember that very clearly.11600:19:03.810 --> 00:19:05.160Terry Wildemann: Now, it was an intense time11700:19:05.700 --> 00:19:12.690Gina Gardiner: But I had a growing sense that I my purpose was something more that there was so many people unhappy.11800:19:13.320 --> 00:19:23.490Gina Gardiner: So many people stressed and I worked with not only leaders who are stressed, but leaders of the people who would you been part of an organization where11900:19:24.090 --> 00:19:33.540Gina Gardiner: The leaders were failing toxic and so I set up to you and have since written a couple more books and the whole12000:19:34.530 --> 00:19:49.080Gina Gardiner: The whole purpose of that is to raise the quality of leadership in people's lives. You are the leader in your own life. You're the common denominator, but also to raise the quality of leadership in organizations. And so what12100:19:49.140 --> 00:19:51.240Gina Gardiner: is excellent. I12200:19:51.300 --> 00:19:52.650Terry Wildemann: So I'm curious, Gina12300:19:53.190 --> 00:19:57.180Terry Wildemann: Would you say that your disability.12400:19:58.980 --> 00:20:00.840Terry Wildemann: Was actually a gift.12500:20:01.170 --> 00:20:02.670Gina Gardiner: I would say that yes12600:20:02.970 --> 00:20:03.960Terry Wildemann: Okay, and what way.12700:20:04.770 --> 00:20:18.990Gina Gardiner: I'd like to think that I would have developed the same approach to empowering other people and giving them the responsibility to be the leaders of their own lives and that and the arbiters of of what quality.12800:20:20.010 --> 00:20:20.460Gina Gardiner: And12900:20:21.480 --> 00:20:25.560Gina Gardiner: But I'm honest enough to know that I'd probably been to interfering that either.13000:20:27.840 --> 00:20:43.350Gina Gardiner: Now, that's fine. I just said, Go get on with it when I was able to do is to create within the organization, a shared language. So when we talked about excellence. Everybody knew what excellence look like in the context of this all that13100:20:44.490 --> 00:20:57.450Gina Gardiner: That I set up a train. It didn't start off as a structured sequential training program serendipity, and each of the levels of the training program were created out of13200:20:58.260 --> 00:21:16.530Gina Gardiner: A need, but I think perhaps the biggest thing for me is my nickname before all of this was Tigger. I had endless energy genius to bounce about and I think that what the disability did is it made me take a step or sit back13300:21:17.400 --> 00:21:28.260Gina Gardiner: It'd be quiet. To start to use my inner voice My intuition and I I honestly think I'd have been too busy and too noisy to have ever heard it.13400:21:28.920 --> 00:21:31.140Terry Wildemann: Isn't that fascinating how13500:21:32.940 --> 00:21:36.210Terry Wildemann: Listening to your intuition has helped you move forward.13600:21:36.870 --> 00:21:40.500Gina Gardiner: I think it's been hugely instrumental. I mean,13700:21:41.460 --> 00:21:57.330Gina Gardiner: So many levels, you know, is this the right person to come and join me and I was very clear sort of person is this the right thing to do. And there were times that I was a maverick. So they introduced for example the literacy hour in the UK.13800:21:58.050 --> 00:21:59.730Gina Gardiner: And I it was doing13900:21:59.940 --> 00:22:15.330Gina Gardiner: Everything opposite to what I believed in. And so my intuition said, Don't do it. It also said don't just don't just not do it. So I applied for formal this application.14000:22:16.590 --> 00:22:22.530Gina Gardiner: Now, people said to me what you're doing that for. And I said, because it's the right thing to do.14100:22:22.980 --> 00:22:37.260Gina Gardiner: So I invited the authorities into say look at what we're doing. We've just had an action which said it's exemplary. Why would we do what you're suggesting interesting utilities later they turned it on the head, and they started doing what we were doing anyway.14200:22:37.800 --> 00:22:38.490Terry Wildemann: There you go.14300:22:40.350 --> 00:22:50.880Gina Gardiner: That inner voice said it's not right. You need to do something different. And you need to do something, formally, in order to ensure that the school.14400:22:50.880 --> 00:22:51.270Night.14500:22:52.440 --> 00:22:54.150Gina Gardiner: And that was done to my unit in14600:22:54.450 --> 00:22:57.450Gina Gardiner: My intuition that inner voice that just kept that14700:22:58.020 --> 00:22:59.250Gina Gardiner: That little nag going14800:23:00.060 --> 00:23:07.020Terry Wildemann: I congratulations for listening to her because as you know intuition is key to successful leadership.14900:23:07.620 --> 00:23:08.610Gina Gardiner: I believe it is15000:23:09.090 --> 00:23:11.700Terry Wildemann: It truly, truly is. So I'm curious.15100:23:12.750 --> 00:23:20.400Terry Wildemann: There are a few questions that I'd love to ask my guests. And the first one is, what is your favorite word15200:23:22.410 --> 00:23:23.370Gina Gardiner: Empowerment15300:23:24.420 --> 00:23:25.830Terry Wildemann: Why is that so important to15400:23:26.280 --> 00:23:39.870Gina Gardiner: It because it encapsulates everything that I do that I'm about it. It's if you cut my arm off. It's a bit of, I don't know, Brighton rock as a reference that you don't understand that if you go to the seaside at Brighton or any CSI case.15500:23:40.080 --> 00:23:47.100Gina Gardiner: You pay they have sticks of of of peppermint sweet and then written through the15600:23:47.220 --> 00:23:49.380Gina Gardiner: It'll say, Brighton rock or Clapton walk15700:23:49.710 --> 00:24:00.420Gina Gardiner: And so I think the, the purpose of empowering others to step into their genuine cow is who I am and it's what I do.15800:24:00.840 --> 00:24:07.590Terry Wildemann: Nice nice nice nice and what is your personal definition of success.15900:24:10.470 --> 00:24:21.210Gina Gardiner: To make a positive difference to other people's lives and to do that in a way where there's no dependency model that they truly are able to fly.16000:24:22.020 --> 00:24:23.700Gina Gardiner: Nice. I can do that.16100:24:24.270 --> 00:24:34.260Gina Gardiner: Whether I'm talking about an individual or a couple or team or a whole organization and specifically with leaders that I can empower them.16200:24:35.040 --> 00:24:39.570Gina Gardiner: To recognize and to nurture the potential of others and empower them.16300:24:40.050 --> 00:24:41.820Gina Gardiner: Then I truly don't know about.16400:24:42.750 --> 00:24:52.290Terry Wildemann: Nice. Very, very nice. I love it. Absolutely love it. And I'm curious, what is your absolute best advice for entrepreneurs and leaders.16500:24:53.910 --> 00:25:03.870Gina Gardiner: You are the common denominator that you take into every moment of every day. So your mindset, the quality of your thoughts is really important.16600:25:05.190 --> 00:25:18.090Gina Gardiner: 95% of our thinking is habitual though if you think I will fail. It's a completely and utterly Dundee, and most people who believe that they will fail. Don't even get started.16700:25:19.320 --> 00:25:30.840Gina Gardiner: If you believe you might fail, you're going to make very different decisions to the belief, I will succeed. That doesn't mean you're going to know how you're going to do every bit of it to start with.16800:25:31.350 --> 00:25:41.760Gina Gardiner: But if you go into something with the mindset that I will succeed and I got the resilience determination and persistence to do what needs to succeed.16900:25:42.540 --> 00:25:52.140Gina Gardiner: Then, just as the I will fail is a daunting. I will succeed and I will do what it takes to get there.17000:25:52.650 --> 00:26:02.850Gina Gardiner: Is a mindset that makes it much, much more likely that you will succeed and succeed in a sustained way. And the other thing I'd say is that17100:26:03.720 --> 00:26:15.390Gina Gardiner: You the relationship you have with you is absolutely imperative, because every relationship you have is a is a reflection of the relationship you have with yourself.17200:26:16.110 --> 00:26:24.660Gina Gardiner: And so it makes sense to you know be your own best friend, you know, have high standards, but don't beat yourself up, you know,17300:26:26.220 --> 00:26:31.650Gina Gardiner: And I suppose. The last thing was that if you're waiting for it to be perfect. You're wait forever.17400:26:32.040 --> 00:26:33.360Terry Wildemann: So we'll wait for our17500:26:33.900 --> 00:26:37.830Gina Gardiner: Be good enough and then work on refining it once you get going.17600:26:38.820 --> 00:26:45.030Terry Wildemann: Okay, so when you hear me say the words awaken the possibilities, what comes up for you.17700:26:45.600 --> 00:26:55.110Gina Gardiner: Well, for me, it's, it's just like the sunshine coming in for me awaken the possibilities is the difference between having a door locked and bolted17800:26:55.830 --> 00:27:13.380Gina Gardiner: And having a door ajar, and being prepared to be open to what's on the other side of that door having the courage to Pete brand and to take a step out of your comfort zone because, you know, the possibilities are endless. And the only thing that's going to get in the way issue.17900:27:14.640 --> 00:27:19.650Terry Wildemann: Nice. Thank you so very, very much. Gina, tell me where can people get ahold of you.18000:27:19.860 --> 00:27:29.700Gina Gardiner: So they can get a hold of me on the websites genuinely on the dash hyphen and would u.com that's genuinely hyphen you.com or18100:27:30.330 --> 00:27:45.060Gina Gardiner: If you're interested in leadership, go to enlightened leadership code. I'm on LinkedIn. You can find me on LinkedIn. You can find me genuinely you on Facebook and or you can email me at Gina at genuinely hyphen new.com18200:27:46.170 --> 00:27:54.120Terry Wildemann: Or Gina, I just want to thank you so much for sharing your story today with your waking the possibilities. Audience It truly is a testament18300:27:54.630 --> 00:28:03.420Terry Wildemann: To focus determination and listening to intuition, your leadership is spectacular. And I'm sure the influence18400:28:03.750 --> 00:28:12.630Terry Wildemann: That you had over those teachers in those children is absolutely amazing. And it what it is probably propelling them at this very moment.18500:28:12.960 --> 00:28:25.260Terry Wildemann: In everything that they do. So again, thank you so very, very much for being here and to my waking the possibilities audience, I'm Terry will demand you know where to find me at intuitive leadership calm.18600:28:25.620 --> 00:28:37.230Terry Wildemann: And you can watch this show and all of our other shows at awaken the possibilities.com. You can also find us on iTunes SoundCloud and on a cast.18700:28:37.590 --> 00:28:46.980Terry Wildemann: If you go to wake in the possibilities, you will see, I think we have 10 different platforms that you can listen to and you can watch the video on YouTube.18800:28:47.370 --> 00:29:00.540Terry Wildemann: So we look forward to bringing you more guests that are absolutely fantastic that help you awaken the possibilities in business and life I'm Terry. Well done, and I look forward to seeing you next time. 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The Courage To Ask For What You Want In Business
Aug 06 2020 24 mins  
SummaryTO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 26 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Jessica Yarbrough in "The Courage To Ask For What You Want For Business”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ____________________________________________________________________________ About Jessica Yabrough:Jessica Yarbrough has quickly developed a reputation of being one of the best business strategists and marketing and sales consultants for entrepreneurs who want to sell high value products and services. Her background is in international business and she has built multiple companies.Jessica is a genius at showing entrepreneurs how to build an expert platform, rapidly raise their value, build their credibility online and attract high paying clients. She travels the world teaching and inspiring entrepreneurs and helping them grow their influence and make the income and impact they desire.Website URL:: www.jessicayarbrough.comFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JessicaYarbroughConsultantLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicayarbrough-bizconsultant/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNyoWO_PHyyuJMZ2-XvpxGA____________________________________________________________________________ About Terry Wildemann: Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach. Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center. Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition____________________________________________________________________________ TRANSCRIPTWEBVTT 100:00:03.570 --> 00:00:11.400Terry Wildemann: Welcome everyone to awaken the possibilities. I'm your host, Terry will demand and as you know if you've been listening to the podcast for a while. 200:00:11.700 --> 00:00:19.470Terry Wildemann: We work with entrepreneurial leaders and help them leap off the hamster wheel of life and leap into calm ease and flow. 300:00:19.860 --> 00:00:26.040Terry Wildemann: The results are unstoppable intuitive leaders who are resilient and practical business mystics 400:00:26.490 --> 00:00:32.970Terry Wildemann: And my guess all amplify that message they come to you with wonderful insights 500:00:33.300 --> 00:00:41.580Terry Wildemann: On how it is that they help business people be the best that they can be in business and in life, which is equally important. 600:00:41.910 --> 00:00:50.040Terry Wildemann: And I think a lot of us are beginning to know to understand that our personal lives are equally as important as our business lives. 700:00:50.460 --> 00:01:12.030Terry Wildemann: So to make sure that you hear every single episode. Go to awaken the possibilities.com now a little bit about my guest today I have a brilliant guest who loves to work with high level folks and her name is Jessica Yarborough. Welcome to the show, Jessica. 800:01:12.300 --> 00:01:13.530Jessica Yarbrough: Thank you for having me. Terry 900:01:13.710 --> 00:01:26.280Terry Wildemann: So I like to give our audience a little bit about you. You have quickly developed a reputation of being one of the best business strategist marketing and sales consultants. 1000:01:26.640 --> 00:01:34.920Terry Wildemann: For entrepreneurs who want to sell high value products and services her background is in international business and she has built multiple companies. 1100:01:35.280 --> 00:01:48.330Terry Wildemann: Jessica is a genius at showing entrepreneurs, how to build an Expert. Expert platform and repeatedly raise their value build their credibility online and attract high paying clients. 1200:01:48.600 --> 00:02:00.600Terry Wildemann: She travels the world. Doesn't that sound juicy she travels the world teaching and inspiring entrepreneurs and helping them grow their influence and make the income and impact that they desire. 1300:02:01.290 --> 00:02:11.700Terry Wildemann: So welcome again. Now one of the things that we were talking about before the show, Jessica. Is that what you love to teach our 1400:02:12.750 --> 00:02:28.020Terry Wildemann: Love to teach folks how to get the best out of life and shift mindset. Can you talk a little bit about how our mindset can get in the way of running a successful business and thriving in our personal life. 1500:02:28.710 --> 00:02:39.660Jessica Yarbrough: Well, I mean, there's so many different levels that come into play with your mindset and limiting beliefs and I see it play out whether someone is making you know 150,000 or 3 million a year. 1600:02:40.050 --> 00:02:40.650Jessica Yarbrough: We 1700:02:40.770 --> 00:02:54.450Jessica Yarbrough: We constantly have to overcome the self imposed limitations and I've seen it play out in anything from I'm not worthy. And I can't raise my prices to I can't make more than my husband to 1800:02:55.020 --> 00:03:02.610Jessica Yarbrough: You know, I need to, I don't know enough. Give me another 10 years before I can do this thing. And I feel like it's more prevalent in women than men. 1900:03:03.210 --> 00:03:11.580Jessica Yarbrough: And I do see it in some of my male clients as well. But it's about breaking free from those limitations that stop you from achieving that. 2000:03:11.820 --> 00:03:21.870Jessica Yarbrough: Next level of success. And I know you do this with some of your clients. It's like, sometimes it's like I gotta work harder. I got to put more more in to get more out and that is just not true. 2100:03:22.530 --> 00:03:34.590Terry Wildemann: You know, you're absolutely right. It's not true. And you know sometimes when we work that hard. We're not listening to the inner guidance that comes up our bodies are screaming 2200:03:35.040 --> 00:03:47.550Terry Wildemann: Telling us information and we refuse to listen to it. Can you talk about how intuition has role in the work that you do with your executives, because I know you work with high level executives. 2300:03:48.060 --> 00:03:53.250Jessica Yarbrough: Yeah so intuition is so important. And, as a society, I feel like we've 2400:03:53.670 --> 00:03:59.040Jessica Yarbrough: Learned have been told to kind of shut out those intuition and to look externally for all of the answers. 2500:03:59.310 --> 00:04:11.970Jessica Yarbrough: I mean, just think about when you have an idea what's the first thing you do is you go and ask and tell your friends and you get their opinions. Well, oftentimes, your, your idea may get shut down because of their own limitations. 2600:04:12.570 --> 00:04:22.560Jessica Yarbrough: You can't do that. That's not possible. Why would you do that. That's a silly idea. And so we we continue to get this negative feedback from those around us and therefore 2700:04:23.430 --> 00:04:39.630Jessica Yarbrough: Create a lack of trust with our inner guidance and so the, the key is to really follow your gut instinct. If something is pulling you saying this is what I need to do then go do it and quit asking other people's opinions are surveying, whether you should or shouldn't do it. 2800:04:40.320 --> 00:05:03.420Terry Wildemann: And what you just said right now is so powerful, we survey, other people because we want people to like our idea we want validation from the people that we care about. And so what happens is it's almost like putting a lid on the pot and then the idea just simmers away. 2900:05:04.440 --> 00:05:21.510Terry Wildemann: And it doesn't feel good. So I'm curious, Jessica. How do you help your client take that lid off, keep it off and say to the to the naysayers. Sorry, I'm doing it anyway. What advice do you give them well. 3000:05:22.110 --> 00:05:34.650Jessica Yarbrough: First of all, you know, that's why people hire a coach or consultant like myself for yourself. And it's because you need someone to kind of like that fire under your butt and to call you on your BS and 3100:05:35.340 --> 00:05:36.420Terry Wildemann: The swift kick in the 3200:05:36.420 --> 00:05:44.010Jessica Yarbrough: Behind when you start to self sabotage, which it plays out in every single day in every single way and all of my clients. 3300:05:44.940 --> 00:05:53.280Jessica Yarbrough: It's like a little dance. And so you need that you need a group of people that you can surround yourself with are supporting that vision. 3400:05:54.120 --> 00:06:03.630Jessica Yarbrough: You know, oftentimes that might be if you don't have a supportive partner that's a whole other battle that you have to deal with. And sometimes I have clients who who 3500:06:04.110 --> 00:06:08.520Jessica Yarbrough: Don't share their about their business with their, their partner because they can't 3600:06:09.000 --> 00:06:21.090Jessica Yarbrough: And so you have to find a way. And if that means that you have kind of a division out share that part of my life with them. Okay, if it means saying no to certain friendships or not sharing that with them or whatever it may be. 3700:06:21.540 --> 00:06:28.770Jessica Yarbrough: But make sure you have a support system around you have someone that's going to be your cheerleader, and your coach. 3800:06:29.610 --> 00:06:42.660Jessica Yarbrough: For making sure you move forward on the very things that you say you want to do. And that's the key. It's never me saying I want this and you need to do this. It's always them. It says this is my dream. This is my vision and I'm the one who reminds them. 3900:06:43.200 --> 00:06:50.940Jessica Yarbrough: This is what you say you wanted. Don't forget that this is your vision. Now, do what it needs to be done to move forward. 4000:06:52.110 --> 00:07:04.650Terry Wildemann: You know that vision piece is so important. And I know that a quote that you really love is you get in life. What you have the courage to ask for by Oprah Winfrey 4100:07:05.760 --> 00:07:14.490Terry Wildemann: Can you talk a little bit about that and why that's your favorite quote and how that bridges living our dreams and our vision. 4200:07:15.210 --> 00:07:17.610Jessica Yarbrough: Well, I think a lot of people are playing small 4300:07:18.750 --> 00:07:26.040Jessica Yarbrough: They're caught in victim mode. They don't think they're worthy of more, they don't know enough. They'll never know enough even sometimes you see 4400:07:26.730 --> 00:07:32.310Jessica Yarbrough: People feel like they never can give enough to their clients or to their loved ones are to their family. Think of mothers and 4500:07:32.670 --> 00:07:39.030Jessica Yarbrough: Partners and it's always this not enough notice and this causes people to settle 4600:07:39.540 --> 00:07:48.240Jessica Yarbrough: And what a lot of people don't realize is just by the virtue of asking by willing to ask, you're willing to receive and when you're willing to receive 4700:07:48.510 --> 00:07:52.380Jessica Yarbrough: That means you have an expanded sense of self worth, and the ability to receive 4800:07:52.770 --> 00:08:03.390Jessica Yarbrough: And we live in an abundant universe. And so it starts with asking asking for more money asking for the rays asking for the, you know, the promotion, even if it's not monetary related 4900:08:03.690 --> 00:08:11.460Jessica Yarbrough: Asking for the title asking for the sale at the end of a sales call asking for more asking for more of yourself asking for more out of life. 5000:08:12.630 --> 00:08:25.710Terry Wildemann: Yeah, and that is so huge. The power of the ask. And the energy behind that power of the ask is believing and trusting that it will come 5100:08:26.880 --> 00:08:27.780Terry Wildemann: You agree with that. 5200:08:28.170 --> 00:08:35.940Jessica Yarbrough: Absolutely. You have to have the belief. You can't ask and say it's not going to happen. It's not going to happen is, then you're sending the universe mixed signals. 5300:08:36.270 --> 00:08:41.370Jessica Yarbrough: You have to ask and move forward and understand that your life works out perfectly. 5400:08:41.820 --> 00:08:58.500Jessica Yarbrough: And everything is in divine order and so rather than trying to fight your way through life. You can open you can flow, you can still drive forward with the vision, but you need to ask and you need to trust that there is something greater than you, that is driving your life. 5500:09:00.000 --> 00:09:06.150Terry Wildemann: So I'm curious. One of the things with with the ask. And I, I do a lot of work around the ask. Also, is you do 5600:09:07.620 --> 00:09:18.810Terry Wildemann: What, one of the things that I find that is challenging for people, especially executives, which we both do a lot of work with and you know with entrepreneurial leaders and executives. 5700:09:19.950 --> 00:09:22.260Terry Wildemann: It's about being vulnerable. 5800:09:22.500 --> 00:09:22.890Jessica Yarbrough: Yes. 5900:09:22.950 --> 00:09:23.430Jessica Yarbrough: You said it. 6000:09:24.060 --> 00:09:35.790Terry Wildemann: About that vulnerability, because that vulnerability can be really, really rough. You know, it can be tough for these folks to, you know, hey, well, I'm the leader. So I'm supposed to have all the answers baloney. 6100:09:37.980 --> 00:09:43.770Terry Wildemann: Someone true. You don't have to ask or the and just especially if you build a phenomenal team around you. 6200:09:44.130 --> 00:09:56.730Terry Wildemann: That has trust, and can come with you and you can give you hints and ideas and grow with you to help you get to where you want to be. So can you talk a little bit about that vulnerability and the executive level. 6300:09:57.360 --> 00:10:05.670Jessica Yarbrough: Vulnerability is the key to everything vulnerability in your relationships and being willing to admit that, hey, I was wrong. That's 6400:10:06.540 --> 00:10:06.990All 6500:10:09.990 --> 00:10:12.810Jessica Yarbrough: I might have missed. But I really miss this other thing over here. 6600:10:13.320 --> 00:10:13.920Terry Wildemann: As I 6700:10:14.250 --> 00:10:22.380Jessica Yarbrough: You know, I feel like as leaders. We tend to be more protective we like, we want to feel like I have it all together. I don't make any mistakes and they a lot of 6800:10:22.890 --> 00:10:30.330Jessica Yarbrough: Leaders to like if they admit that they were wrong, that it makes them. It perceives them as being weak, but that's simply not true. 6900:10:30.960 --> 00:10:43.050Jessica Yarbrough: In fact, if you're never vulnerable you're seen as like someone with a shell and not real because people disconnect they that they don't. They can't connect with someone that isn't human and we are all human we 7000:10:43.080 --> 00:11:06.120Terry Wildemann: All make mistakes. Exactly, exactly. You are so spot on with that and you know you pointed out something very important. People think that asking for help is is weak. It's actually the other way around. Isn't it not asking for help is weak and asking for help is a sign of strength. 7100:11:07.020 --> 00:11:15.840Jessica Yarbrough: Absolutely, I had two people asked me this week was what was the biggest mistake that I made it or biggest regret growing my business and I was like that. I didn't get help sooner. 7200:11:16.530 --> 00:11:21.900Jessica Yarbrough: Because in my mind I'm smart. I built companies. I don't need help. I'm going to figure it all out. 7300:11:23.040 --> 00:11:39.870Jessica Yarbrough: Everybody has blind spots I wish that movement. We're good. I wish I would have got help sooner. And you're absolutely right. It was like our ego says, No, I don't need help. I don't need to ask, but we all need somebody outside of ourselves to give us that insight that we can't see. 7400:11:40.230 --> 00:11:43.320Terry Wildemann: That's exactly right. Because we're not objective about ourselves, are we 7500:11:43.740 --> 00:11:45.930Jessica Yarbrough: We're not. We're not objective we are emotional 7600:11:47.670 --> 00:11:47.910Jessica Yarbrough: And 7700:11:47.940 --> 00:11:52.680Terry Wildemann: Speaking of emotions. What are your thoughts about this. This is something I say so. I would love to hear your thoughts on it. 7800:11:54.000 --> 00:12:06.000Terry Wildemann: People say, oh, leave your emotions at the door, and I look at them like they've got three heads on their shoulders and I'm like why you're supposed to leave your emotions at the door. And my response to that is no. 7900:12:06.750 --> 00:12:19.740Terry Wildemann: Everything you do is driven by emotion everything. What you do is you leave the drama at the door. Right. So what are your thoughts about that. I love to hear 8000:12:20.220 --> 00:12:29.190Jessica Yarbrough: Yes, I, you can definitely feel the emotion, but it's the reacting and attaching it to like something that happened to the past, because that's not fair to the person in front of you and that's what we do. 8100:12:29.250 --> 00:12:40.020Jessica Yarbrough: Like if someone triggers us and we're angry we associate that with a past memory of maybe someone who hurt that hurt us in certain way and we go down the spiral rabbit hole until we're at rock bottom. 8200:12:40.530 --> 00:12:53.910Jessica Yarbrough: And then we project, all of that on to them. And this poor person's like, Oh, sorry. I just, I didn't mean to trip up. And so we can feel the emotion. We can acknowledge it. We can be objective, which is and a lifelong journey. 8300:12:55.020 --> 00:12:55.920Terry Wildemann: Is about 8400:12:55.980 --> 00:12:56.490Activity. 8500:12:57.630 --> 00:13:09.900Jessica Yarbrough: But it's not allowing ourselves to go into the drama or to go into the past and bring all that stuff up and throw it at the other person because that's not going to be healing or productive for anyone involved. 8600:13:10.470 --> 00:13:17.370Terry Wildemann: And it's important for us when those events happen to take stock of wow, why did I react like that. 8700:13:17.850 --> 00:13:24.540Terry Wildemann: And once we figure out why you react like that and there's so many modalities so many things you can do to help clear that out. 8800:13:24.870 --> 00:13:37.890Terry Wildemann: Whether it's EFT tapping or emotion code or body code or em, Dr. Any of those energy psychology tools to help you clear that emotional piece because when you're a leader. 8900:13:38.490 --> 00:13:50.910Terry Wildemann: And you keep going to those places. You're not helping yourself. And where are you helping helping your teams and your clients. What are your clients because your clients then become the recipient of that. 9000:13:53.460 --> 00:14:06.810Terry Wildemann: Sort of. Whoo. Okay, what just happened here which could cause you a client and that's not a healthy thing either. So one of the a topic that I love to bring up for for people like ourselves. We're executive coaches is perfection. 9100:14:07.830 --> 00:14:14.280Terry Wildemann: Can you talk to me about how you work with perfection and your clients. 9200:14:14.880 --> 00:14:27.000Jessica Yarbrough: We have to break the patterns of the need to be perfect. And again, this plays out with oftentimes like launching preparing to launch a new idea and then it never been good enough so that that goes back to the wound of not being good enough. 9300:14:27.120 --> 00:14:41.070Jessica Yarbrough: Yeah. And the thing is, it doesn't have to be perfect, but we can get to move towards that we can move towards getting it right, but nothing is ever fully complete there you know there's we are a 9400:14:42.240 --> 00:14:49.380Jessica Yarbrough: Work of art, and this is a lifelong journey. So, allowing yourself to execute with 9500:14:50.460 --> 00:14:56.310Jessica Yarbrough: Imperfect perfection is going to be key to your success and getting yourself 80% there. 9600:14:56.640 --> 00:15:08.730Jessica Yarbrough: And then allowing yourself to get the feedback from your team to get your feedback from your clients to get your feedback from your market, whatever it may be. If you, if you're always striving for perfection. You'll never get there. 9700:15:09.180 --> 00:15:16.140Jessica Yarbrough: Okay get as close as you can. It's just that 80% love it, then allow other people to wait in 9800:15:16.650 --> 00:15:27.450Jessica Yarbrough: That's going to get you much, much closer to perfection and just trying to figure it out on your own and and pausing and stalling and going around in circles until you some often people just throw the whole idea. I'm done. 9900:15:27.780 --> 00:15:33.810Jessica Yarbrough: It's not going to happen. I'm gonna go back to the old way of doing things. Because I, it wasn't perfect enough for me, which again is that internal 10000:15:34.350 --> 00:15:42.090Terry Wildemann: It is, you know, one of the things I share with my own clients who have this perfectionism tendency is 10100:15:42.690 --> 00:15:59.700Terry Wildemann: Instead of perfectionism strive for excellence because perfectionism creates walls yes action is a you are in that box and it doesn't change. This is perfect. You can't change it. Okay. Whereas with excellence. 10200:16:00.240 --> 00:16:08.010Terry Wildemann: There are levels levels and levels and levels. It's like a flexible amoeba. You know, you can move in thrive. 10300:16:08.280 --> 00:16:22.860Terry Wildemann: When you live in the world of excellence, instead of the world of perfection perfection can really hurt us right there's like you Gina you you described that beautifully. But when you go into excellence. There's a the boundaries are lifted. 10400:16:23.430 --> 00:16:25.290Jessica Yarbrough: Ready and there's room for innovation. 10500:16:25.530 --> 00:16:25.740And 10600:16:27.720 --> 00:16:28.410Terry Wildemann: Innovation. 10700:16:29.430 --> 00:16:31.080Terry Wildemann: Isn't that a novel idea. 10800:16:34.590 --> 00:16:45.150Terry Wildemann: The innovative leader. Wow. You gotta toss the perfection in the trash. You know, well let's just throw it off and in my facebook group. 10900:16:46.020 --> 00:16:54.960Terry Wildemann: Called awaken the possibilities on Sundays we have a mean called spaghetti Sunday and the goal is to throw everything at the wall. 11000:16:55.470 --> 00:17:11.670Terry Wildemann: Okay, throw it all at the wall, no matter what it is, and it's complete imperfection just play with it and see what sticks and that's where the conversation goes and it's so much fun as business region. 11100:17:12.030 --> 00:17:29.610Terry Wildemann: Right entrepreneurs throwing spaghetti at the wall saying wow let's see where this goes. And it's not about rabbit holes. It's about let's watch the journey. Um, I love that, you know, so it's that inward journey that we have here. So I'm curious. 11200:17:30.660 --> 00:17:42.420Terry Wildemann: Jessica. One of the things that I that the little bit that I've known about you is you are in service. So can you share how you serve your client. 11300:17:43.080 --> 00:18:01.980Jessica Yarbrough: Yeah. Well, people come to me in a couple different ways they're stagnant with where they're at. That could be. Hey, my incomes that 150, it could be my income said a half million, but I am completely exhausted and it's January so could be I'm this common so 11400:18:03.150 --> 00:18:11.340Jessica Yarbrough: Yeah, and they come to me so that they can scale their business sustainably without breaking their bank account. 11500:18:11.460 --> 00:18:19.500Jessica Yarbrough: reinventing their business and therefore burning it down to the ground ruining their health or their relationships. 11600:18:19.560 --> 00:18:20.400Jessica Yarbrough: Nice. So 11700:18:20.970 --> 00:18:32.580Jessica Yarbrough: I'm the antidote to all the the hustle grind grind it out, let's you know let's get to eight figures and I'm going to gain 100 pounds and divorce my partner and never speak to my children again kind of 11800:18:34.590 --> 00:18:38.670Jessica Yarbrough: You know, what do you really want. Why do you want it may not be eight figures. Usually it's not 11900:18:39.840 --> 00:18:49.770Jessica Yarbrough: And how can you build a business that allows you to serve in your zone of genius that allows you to make the impact that you want amongst the people that give you energy 12000:18:50.550 --> 00:19:01.560Jessica Yarbrough: And do so in a way that creates a really lucrative and profitable life but also an abundant life and and other areas because it's it's never just about the money. 12100:19:01.980 --> 00:19:09.690Jessica Yarbrough: And if that's your focus, you're going to do go fall into one of those categories of, you know, breaking your business, your, you know, your bank account, your health. 12200:19:10.860 --> 00:19:19.860Terry Wildemann: And you're absolutely right. Every single person I know who puts money. First, the challenges run deep and wide, but everyone I know who put service first 12300:19:21.060 --> 00:19:33.120Terry Wildemann: Their challenges tend to be very narrow and shallow, actually. So when you're in service. First, you know how to work with your client, you know how to take care of yourself first. Yes. 12400:19:33.210 --> 00:19:51.120Jessica Yarbrough: And that's the difference. That's a journey and here's why I'm such a believer in following people that are in alignment with like what, who, who, who you are, who you strive to be what your values are and who is the leader need to show up as that person if you want others to 12500:19:52.410 --> 00:19:57.150Jessica Yarbrough: To follow you. And so, yeah, health care, like showing up as the leader of care so many 12600:19:57.810 --> 00:20:07.830Jessica Yarbrough: People come to me and it's like I have to remind them to take care of themselves. So sometimes that our conversations like what are you doing to take care of yourself. You're doing way too much, go get a massage 12700:20:08.100 --> 00:20:08.580Jessica Yarbrough: You know, are you 12800:20:08.730 --> 00:20:22.230Jessica Yarbrough: Going out regularly and I would business strategist, but the high achievers need that they need to be reminded, they need to sometimes have permission to rest permission to take time off. 12900:20:23.190 --> 00:20:29.580Jessica Yarbrough: be reminded that you know sometimes like relaxing is the most beneficial thing you can do for your bottom line. 13000:20:30.600 --> 00:20:31.290Jessica Yarbrough: I mean even 13100:20:32.100 --> 00:20:33.270Jessica Yarbrough: Bloody right 13200:20:33.570 --> 00:20:42.720Terry Wildemann: Energy and all energy, it truly, truly is. So just go on things. You have mentioned is that you've had several businesses can you share about those businesses with us. 13300:20:43.020 --> 00:20:46.200Jessica Yarbrough: Yeah. So one of the companies that I created was 13400:20:47.430 --> 00:20:54.930Jessica Yarbrough: Actually a medical tourism company. So this was when that industry was really burgeoning i mean it's it's a little bit more 13500:20:56.070 --> 00:21:03.810Jessica Yarbrough: Mainstream now and I had written a business plan and university to build a company, though I lacked 13600:21:04.350 --> 00:21:14.730Jessica Yarbrough: Like the secret sauce to making it work in the US insurance market. And I also liked, of course, the funds to start it up and about six months after I graduated I met the man with a key. 13700:21:15.480 --> 00:21:25.170Jessica Yarbrough: And he happened to be in San Diego. He happened to have the exact same vision as me and the plan and the background and healthcare and the funds and he found the secret sauce. 13800:21:25.470 --> 00:21:42.570Jessica Yarbrough: So we joined forces which if you talk about divine unfolding of your life, what are the chances the odds of that happening to build a company called satori world medical and satori means a state of intuitive illumination. And the irony behind that is building that company. 13900:21:43.740 --> 00:21:59.610Jessica Yarbrough: Lead to a breakdown and nervous emotional breakdown spiritual awakening, depending on who I'm talking to that company and building that showed me what was possible showed me also what I what I needed to change in my life in that state of 14000:22:00.720 --> 00:22:13.740Jessica Yarbrough: Intuitive illumination, it brought me satori brought me to my satori so it was a beautiful journey and, you know, one of the most enriching experiences of my life and 14100:22:14.640 --> 00:22:31.290Jessica Yarbrough: It led me to support multiple other companies and their growth across industries from spiritual spiritual based businesses to other another medical tourism company to ultimately my own consulting practice and my own training company. 14200:22:32.040 --> 00:22:40.020Terry Wildemann: Very, very nice. Congratulations, sir, Jessica. Can you share with my audience how they can get ahold of you. 14300:22:40.590 --> 00:22:55.560Jessica Yarbrough: Well, definitely follow me on LinkedIn. That is my jam. I am there, Monday through Friday, giving value live streams. Lots of published content very tactical step by step. And I would love to connect with you, just let me know. You saw me on Terry show 14400:22:56.370 --> 00:23:00.720Terry Wildemann: There you go. Excellent. And is there any other place to post can get connect with you. 14500:23:00.960 --> 00:23:08.340Jessica Yarbrough: Yeah, of course. You can follow me on Facebook as well. Go to my website. Jessica Yarborough com or download one of my free gifts that I shared with Terry 14600:23:09.180 --> 00:23:21.630Terry Wildemann: Excellent. Well, thank you so much for being here. This was an enchanting conversation absolutely delightful full of business life and leadership wisdom for the awaken the possibilities audience. 14700:23:21.990 --> 00:23:32.220Terry Wildemann: And as you know, awaken the possibilities audience. You can reach me at awakened, you can actually watch this episode at awaken the possibilities com you can also watch the video. 14800:23:32.730 --> 00:23:40.080Terry Wildemann: And at our YouTube channel, which is intuitive leadership and you connect with me in our Facebook group awaken the possibilities also 14900:23:40.530 --> 00:24:00.210Terry Wildemann: So my website is intuitive leadership.com lots of juicy stuff happening in the world of intuitive leadership. So I would love to say to you have your Best Week Ever audiences and Jessica, thank you so much for your enlightening conversation to your success, everyone.      See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


A New World A New You
Jul 30 2020 22 mins  
Awaken The Possibilities Guest: Ruth AndersonFree Gift: www.EnlightenedWorld.onlineSummaryTO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 25 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Dr. Ruth Anderson in "A New World A New You!”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ____________________________________________________________________________ About Dr. Ruth Anderson:Dr. Ruth Anderson is an award-winning, international best-selling author and founder of Enlightened World. Retired after a satisfying and worthwhile career in special education and public school administration, Ruth embraced her second calling, that of an intuitive reader and spiritual counselor. After becoming a Reverend of the Church of Inner Light, she was given a ministry to witness and participate in the healing of souls with and without bodies in the ethereal realm called Open Clinic. Ruth serves as a conduit for the Spiritual Divinity and shares their teachings in an authentic and open manner. Her overarching mission is to bring Heaven to Earth and help others know their Spiritual Divinity. Ruth is passionate about sharing her experiences with the Spiritual Divinity and Divine Healing Beings. Website URL:: https://enlightenedworld.onlineFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/enlightenedworldnetwork/Twitter: https://twitter.com/EnlightenedWNYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4vYTrjMebqpKJNytJu-5dA?view_as=subscriber____________________________________________________________________________ About Terry Wildemann: Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach. Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center. Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition____________________________________________________________________________ TRANSCRIPTWEBVTT 100:00:02.790 --> 00:00:08.400Terry Wildemann: Welcome everyone to the awakened the possibilities Podcast. I'm your host, Terry will demand. 200:00:09.030 --> 00:00:19.680Terry Wildemann: As you know, I love bringing amazing, amazing people for you to listen to, or to watch via YouTube and today is absolutely no exception. 300:00:20.160 --> 00:00:30.270Terry Wildemann: I have with me, Dr. Ruth Anderson, who is an award winning international best selling author and founder of the enlightened world. 400:00:30.660 --> 00:00:36.990Terry Wildemann: She retired after a very satisfying and worthwhile career in special education and public school administration. 500:00:37.710 --> 00:00:43.500Terry Wildemann: Ruth embraced her second calling that have an intuitive reader and counselor. 600:00:44.130 --> 00:00:59.460Terry Wildemann: After becoming a reverend of the Church of inner light. She was given a ministry to witness and participate in the healing of souls without without bodies in the ethereal round called open clinic, that's going to be juicy to talk more about 700:01:00.240 --> 00:01:13.290Terry Wildemann: Ruth serves as a conduit for the spiritual divinity and shares her teachings and then authentic and open manner. Her overarching mission is to bring Heaven to Earth and help others know their spiritual divinity. 800:01:13.800 --> 00:01:22.290Terry Wildemann: Ruth is passionate about sharing her experiences with the spiritual divinity and divine healing beings. And what I can tell you is this. 900:01:23.400 --> 00:01:25.260Terry Wildemann: Those of us who are business people. 1000:01:26.550 --> 00:01:35.160Terry Wildemann: Those of us who are listening to this. You may be surprised at how much of this is going to be able to relate to your business because 1100:01:35.760 --> 00:01:53.190Terry Wildemann: When we separate the Practical. Practical and logical from the emotional the energetic in the spiritual world and working with half of us. So, folks, you see the angels on this side you see my books on this side, Ruth is going to help us integrate it all. Welcome to the show room. 1200:01:54.300 --> 00:01:57.090Ruth Anderson: I will do what I can to help us integrate it all. 1300:01:58.230 --> 00:02:03.900Terry Wildemann: We will. I know. Well, we've had so many delightful delightful conversations and. And so looking forward 1400:02:04.380 --> 00:02:12.420Terry Wildemann: To today's Fireside Chat where you're going to be sharing your brilliance with the awaken the possibilities. Audience So Ruth. 1500:02:13.320 --> 00:02:24.900Terry Wildemann: I know you were in education before as it said in our bio. What was the deciding factor for you to shift out of education and leap into this divine mission that you have 1600:02:26.430 --> 00:02:36.720Ruth Anderson: I was nearing retirement anyway. And I realized as I was working that I was using my spiritual skills. My gifts in my job. 1700:02:37.710 --> 00:02:47.550Ruth Anderson: But I wasn't really sure of that. But as I was getting closer to retirement. I was having experiences where spirit was making itself loud and clear. 1800:02:48.390 --> 00:03:08.460Ruth Anderson: And then I had a pivotal experience when my best friend of 26 years passed, and came to me after she passed the next day after she passed. I was driving in Los Angeles to get back home. I was with her when she passed and I was in the car driving sobbing. 1900:03:09.840 --> 00:03:18.840Ruth Anderson: Absolutely sobbing and I was hoping nobody was watching me. I'm trying to stay within the lanes and I heard wrestling in the backseat. And I thought, 2000:03:19.500 --> 00:03:25.650Ruth Anderson: Okay, I think I'm going to die right now because if there is somebody in the backseat. This is not good. 2100:03:26.250 --> 00:03:35.970Ruth Anderson: And I looked in my rearview mirror and I saw my best friend in the backseat in spirit form with her husband, who had passed, four years earlier. 2200:03:36.210 --> 00:03:48.600Ruth Anderson: Now, Sylvia was looking exhausted, as if she had just been obviously through through the wringer and her husband was looking so happy. And so satisfied. 2300:03:49.200 --> 00:04:02.460Ruth Anderson: And then my tears turn to laughter and tears realizing there is life after life and it's this close to me. I didn't really, it's this close 2400:04:03.120 --> 00:04:15.480Ruth Anderson: And that's what started this whole shift of wanting to learn more about spirit and as I learned more and more learned about Archangel michael and Archangel raphael divine mother. 2500:04:16.320 --> 00:04:33.000Ruth Anderson: They started guiding me and I started listening listening to this guide and spending time daily with them and they outlined enlightened world. And here it is. As a result, and that was that was started years ago. 2600:04:33.960 --> 00:04:34.860Terry Wildemann: How many years ago. 2700:04:35.340 --> 00:04:36.150Ruth Anderson: Six years ago. 2800:04:36.690 --> 00:04:48.600Terry Wildemann: bringing, bringing Brian so curious, what were some of the things that were happening when you were still in the workplace that we're giving you clues that there's a little bit more to this than what meets the eye. 2900:04:49.680 --> 00:05:02.550Ruth Anderson: I'm I supported teachers and principals with high needs students and sometimes high need parents. And as I was talking with them brainstorming over the phone. I would see a vision. 3000:05:03.150 --> 00:05:15.510Ruth Anderson: Or feel what was happening for that family, what was happening for those kids and I got the guts to say, you know, I wonder if this isn't a possibility for them. 3100:05:16.110 --> 00:05:26.970Ruth Anderson: And the more I did that, the more it was validated to me. Yes, I see that that's exactly what's going on. And now we know how to work with them. Now we know how to support them. 3200:05:27.360 --> 00:05:38.430Ruth Anderson: And so I kept getting those instances of validation where I began to trust those intuitive hits that I had been getting frankly since I was a child. 3300:05:39.480 --> 00:05:47.370Terry Wildemann: Wow, that is absolutely brilliant. And thank you for sharing how it was coming to you in the workplace, because I truly believe 3400:05:47.760 --> 00:05:58.170Terry Wildemann: That so many of us either see images or hear images or have these, you know, these feelings, intuitively, and we don't know how to trust them. 3500:05:58.650 --> 00:06:10.530Terry Wildemann: We get scared to trust them, and we think people are going to think that we're weird because, you know, it's just too, whoo, whoo, that kind of thing. If people only knew that when I work with my coaching clients. 3600:06:10.950 --> 00:06:22.470Terry Wildemann: I have a pullout keyboard here that has all of my angel cards on all of them. I have quite a few in the in a little cabinet behind me and actually others under here. 3700:06:23.040 --> 00:06:33.630Terry Wildemann: And when I'm working with a client who isn't open to the spiritual realm. If I get stuck on how to coach them I'm guided to which deck to use 3800:06:34.920 --> 00:06:51.420Terry Wildemann: And how which number card to pull out of the deck. And sure enough, it always gives me just the right insight to ask the next open ended question, but do I tell them that I'm working with angel cards. 3900:06:53.040 --> 00:07:01.440Terry Wildemann: Maybe a little way down the road after they trust me a little bit more. And they wonder, how is that you know exactly what to say. Because what 4000:07:02.460 --> 00:07:05.640Terry Wildemann: You see this. My angels tell me 4100:07:07.440 --> 00:07:16.980Ruth Anderson: Exactly right. In Terry, I hear the angel speaking to me find my here. Bring up the relationship 4200:07:17.010 --> 00:07:18.630Terry Wildemann: That's not going well, Bryce. 4300:07:18.720 --> 00:07:20.970Ruth Anderson: Bring up the past that kind of 4400:07:21.780 --> 00:07:29.070Terry Wildemann: Yeah, and I hear them to. I can see them and I hear them. I get it in my left ear, I 4500:07:29.100 --> 00:07:30.750Ruth Anderson: Get it, I get it in my left ear. 4600:07:30.930 --> 00:07:34.020Terry Wildemann: Eric go Michael that's Archangel michael 4700:07:35.460 --> 00:07:39.840Ruth Anderson: Brian referred to Michael, it's over here and a mother's over here. Yeah. 4800:07:40.050 --> 00:07:50.460Terry Wildemann: Absolutely, absolutely. So yes, I got it very much. And that's why it's important for us as leaders to realize that when we integrate all of our gifts. 4900:07:50.910 --> 00:08:05.190Terry Wildemann: Look at how we can help people on so many levels. That's why I love doing this show and bringing in folks like yourself to help the audience awaken the possibilities, instead of run in the opposite direction because 5000:08:05.640 --> 00:08:18.900Terry Wildemann: You know, our gifts we had them when we're born, you said you had him when you were young, I had them when I was young and it's important that we honor them. So what I love about the AWS, the 5100:08:19.860 --> 00:08:36.030Terry Wildemann: You are really showing people, different ways of doing things. So can you talk more about the AWS and in the system these last six years how it has evolved with insight from our dear friend, archangel michael 5200:08:36.720 --> 00:08:48.360Ruth Anderson: Yes. In Layton world was brought to me and it was to support light workers in first. It came in the form of create a website and 5300:08:49.050 --> 00:09:02.370Ruth Anderson: Put articles in that other people have written advertise their businesses, let them have a podcast on there. And actually when Archangel michael told me to have a weekly podcast. 5400:09:03.180 --> 00:09:10.350Ruth Anderson: I did it for about a month and then he said, Okay, now you're going to have your own network. I said, You are crazy. He said, No, you're gonna have your own network. 5500:09:10.770 --> 00:09:31.290Ruth Anderson: And then from then, it was a year of learning how to do a podcast and then starting to figure out how to do a network. So not only do I have the website and Latin world dot online, but we also I say we, it's me and Archangel michael frankly we have. Ew. When 5600:09:32.010 --> 00:09:33.270Ruth Anderson: It is enlightened world. 5700:09:33.360 --> 00:09:45.270Ruth Anderson: Network and that is podcast we have a YouTube channel. Plus, we are on Facebook on YouTube. We have over about almost 600. Wow. I think we're at 600 videos. 5800:09:45.480 --> 00:09:55.050Ruth Anderson: Now, wow, and they're all life affirming, they're all Spirit led, they're all Spirit inspired raise your vibration 5900:09:55.920 --> 00:10:04.350Ruth Anderson: Walking you're calling kind of videos and Terry you've participated in some of them as well, which I absolutely loved 6000:10:05.100 --> 00:10:19.290Ruth Anderson: And where Michael is going with this now is, okay, you've got you. Who can now create another channel. And so just last week we created enlightened living, which you see above me. 6100:10:19.830 --> 00:10:34.440Ruth Anderson: And we've added some shows on that and enlightened living is less sacred like the AWS shows, but more of. Okay, now let's bring that spirituality into life here in the 3D 6200:10:34.710 --> 00:10:40.470Ruth Anderson: So it's different kinds of fun shows we actually have Roberts haunted pajama party. 6300:10:40.680 --> 00:10:51.570Ruth Anderson: So he's talking about seen spirit in all different forms and how do you get rid of it. If it's you near house or, you know, so he's he's doing some things like that. We also have 6400:10:51.870 --> 00:11:04.260Ruth Anderson: Angel speakers interpret Tata in a spaniel so we have angel speakers and it is translated into Spanish. So we're building a broad base. 6500:11:05.010 --> 00:11:19.560Ruth Anderson: And then this week, archangel Michael said okay, now it's time to work on. Ew. Littles which is programming for little, little guys. So having videos up of really warm, comfortable, people like Terry, 6600:11:20.250 --> 00:11:33.660Ruth Anderson: In stories reading a bedtime story telling the story that kind of thing. So that's this week and then also this week is create the channel of AWS in stewards of our Earth. 6700:11:34.620 --> 00:11:51.600Ruth Anderson: And do with the inability piece and bring on live programs for that. So it is growing and it's growing quickly and most of the time I'm just sitting back. It's almost like bringing in a 737 and saying, Okay, bring a little to the right a little 6800:11:53.220 --> 00:11:54.120Ruth Anderson: That's how it feels. 6900:11:55.200 --> 00:12:00.300Terry Wildemann: Yeah, I bet it does. It's a lot it and I can feel I'm like oh my god 7000:12:02.040 --> 00:12:07.470Terry Wildemann: I have one podcast and that's enough. What I do for the one podcast. Good lord. 7100:12:08.970 --> 00:12:20.520Terry Wildemann: amazing, absolutely amazing. So Ruth. What is, what do you see at the end of all this, what, what is the end result of all of these projects that you're involved with 7200:12:21.090 --> 00:12:26.910Ruth Anderson: The end results as it's been shown to me is this very large 7300:12:27.390 --> 00:12:38.880Ruth Anderson: Very large organization that supports light workers gives them a safe community to come on, bring their programs bring their articles have their books be published. 7400:12:39.300 --> 00:12:57.300Ruth Anderson: And find a safe place to grow their professional visibility and at the same time giving folks that are new to energy work and spirituality and the angels, a place to come and learn about it. It really supports two very distinct populations. 7500:12:57.540 --> 00:13:04.320Terry Wildemann: So when you say the word light worker. Can you share with the audience because some of them may not know what light worker is 7600:13:04.650 --> 00:13:13.590Ruth Anderson: Well in different different people have different perceptions of what a light worker is, to me, a light worker is not a vocation. 7700:13:14.400 --> 00:13:33.480Ruth Anderson: To me a light worker is someone who brings divine light into our world. Now, they could be a surgeon who, while they're operating says a prayer to bring in divine healing. It could be someone who is indeed a medium, but they have to be working in high vibrational energy 7800:13:37.260 --> 00:13:42.210Ruth Anderson: Very much bringing in divine light walking with spirit. 7900:13:43.470 --> 00:13:44.550Ruth Anderson: That's light worker. 8000:13:44.820 --> 00:13:50.940Terry Wildemann: And it's not religious thing. It's just a spirit. There's a big difference between spirituality and religion. 8100:13:51.300 --> 00:13:52.380Ruth Anderson: Huge difference 8200:13:52.560 --> 00:13:55.260Terry Wildemann: Or can you share with us your perspective on that place. 8300:13:55.500 --> 00:14:10.620Ruth Anderson: Absolutely. To me enlightened world is about spirituality. It's about knowing your place in God's eye. It's about having that connection with the divine light and the divine beings. 8400:14:11.490 --> 00:14:21.270Ruth Anderson: Religion to me has some of those same tenants, but it also has a lot of men made doctrine and dogma. That's piled on top of that. 8500:14:21.780 --> 00:14:38.640Ruth Anderson: And there is a piece to me in religion of man judging man to see if they are holy enough and spirituality to me is none of those things, it is purely your relationship with your divine spirituality 8600:14:39.120 --> 00:14:45.660Ruth Anderson: Period. So, so yes, we celebrated Easter at AWS and at the same time, we 8700:14:45.660 --> 00:14:48.180Ruth Anderson: celebrate Passover and 8800:14:48.210 --> 00:14:48.750Terry Wildemann: We did. 8900:14:48.840 --> 00:14:53.010Ruth Anderson: The same time, it was a celebration of life. So it's nondenominational 9000:14:53.310 --> 00:14:58.920Ruth Anderson: Mm hmm. But in supportive everyone's religion as long as it is in support of divine light. 9100:14:59.400 --> 00:15:07.500Terry Wildemann: Yes. Got it. And you can be walking you know just your presence alone can 9200:15:10.170 --> 00:15:17.010Terry Wildemann: You may not even know that you're a quote unquote light worker, you just happen to be so tuned into your heart. 9300:15:17.520 --> 00:15:28.470Terry Wildemann: And doing good for others and for yourself, because we have to remember that doing good for others all the time will burn us out. We need to be conscious of doing good for ourselves. 9400:15:28.980 --> 00:15:40.740Terry Wildemann: And that energy just comes through us and out and we may be an individual walking through life with that amazing energy, people are just drawn to. You may not even know why. 9500:15:42.180 --> 00:15:42.630Terry Wildemann: Right. 9600:15:42.720 --> 00:15:47.730Terry Wildemann: I find that a lot of those folks are according to your definition light workers. 9700:15:48.090 --> 00:15:54.690Ruth Anderson: Have you ever been in the grocery store and the person checking you out. You just want to stand there. 9800:15:54.750 --> 00:16:03.540Ruth Anderson: Yes, they, in their presence and there have been times that I thought. Now that's an angel. That is an angel in human skin right there. 9900:16:03.840 --> 00:16:16.470Terry Wildemann: Yep, absolutely. I have met so many earth angels and you know I call them earth angels. You know when you meet those people, you know, and you also know for yourself when you're 10000:16:16.890 --> 00:16:25.140Terry Wildemann: In you may not. You may not see yourself as an Earth Angel, but all of a sudden you're put in a situation and the person looks at you and says, 10100:16:25.680 --> 00:16:35.520Terry Wildemann: I don't know how you got here but you arrived at just the perfect time that's you listening the call and being an Earth Angel in that moment. Do you agree with that. 10200:16:35.790 --> 00:16:40.080Ruth Anderson: Oh, absolutely. That's, that's, I think what we're here for. 10300:16:40.350 --> 00:16:40.770Ruth Anderson: Is to 10400:16:40.860 --> 00:16:43.650Ruth Anderson: lift each other up in spirit. At those times. 10500:16:44.430 --> 00:16:59.490Terry Wildemann: Absolutely. Oh, how cool is that, so this large organization that you are creating that is we're going to have books. We're going to have articles, we're going to have services. 10600:17:01.110 --> 00:17:10.110Terry Wildemann: Healing services, you're going to have a little bit of everything in here. Who is your target audience for that organization. 10700:17:11.040 --> 00:17:25.680Ruth Anderson: Well, it's the light workers that are helping to provide it, and it is the other folks that are really new to energy and wanting to learn more about energy that is the target population. 10800:17:26.580 --> 00:17:37.500Terry Wildemann: Very, very nice. And in learning more about energy. What I'm getting is that you're providing a safe place so that they don't have to worry about the naysayers in their world. 10900:17:38.220 --> 00:17:47.850Ruth Anderson: Oh, absolutely. That's what I wanted. So bantering when I was first really learning and getting language for these things I wanted 11000:17:48.510 --> 00:18:03.540Ruth Anderson: Comrades, I wanted people who I could say, Do you know what I saw in meditation and they would go yes I've seen the same thing. Or they would just support me and go, and not give me that stink. I have okay you're losing it. 11100:18:05.370 --> 00:18:21.090Ruth Anderson: That's what I people I want it literally everybody around the planet to have someone that they can say this is what I saw today. This is what I heard today, what do you think about that and have 11200:18:22.230 --> 00:18:25.290Ruth Anderson: That I'm with you. That's what I want. 11300:18:25.500 --> 00:18:41.190Terry Wildemann: That sounds like a lot of fun. It sounds like an absolute blast. It really does. So Ruth, tell me where can or tell the audience, please, or share with the audience, where can people find you. 11400:18:42.330 --> 00:18:53.130Ruth Anderson: Enlightened world dot online is the website and on Facebook. It's enlightened World Network or Ew, an enlightened. 11500:18:54.600 --> 00:18:57.360Ruth Anderson: Or on YouTube. It's enlightened World Network. 11600:18:58.350 --> 00:18:58.980Terry Wildemann: That's 11700:18:59.040 --> 00:19:00.030Ruth Anderson: That's where I am. 11800:19:00.270 --> 00:19:20.070Terry Wildemann: Okay. And folks are you know where to find Dr. Ruth. As you can hear, she is just this grounded Earth Angel. That is just so much fun to be around, and I like to ask you, Dr. Ruth what parting words to have for our audience. 11900:19:22.410 --> 00:19:24.990Terry Wildemann: Or what words of wisdom, we rephrase that. 12000:19:25.140 --> 00:19:26.430Terry Wildemann: What words of wisdom. 12100:19:26.790 --> 00:19:28.440Terry Wildemann: Do you have for our audience. 12200:19:29.460 --> 00:19:38.520Ruth Anderson: When you think you're hearing something go ahead and listen. Give yourself the grace to go ahead and listen. 12300:19:39.120 --> 00:20:00.240Ruth Anderson: And then ask yourself, does this really feel like it's coming from divine places. And if it is, go with it, take the risk to go with it. And if it's telling you to call someone give them a call if it's telling you to, I would say book that trip. But right now, nobody's broken, they're 12400:20:00.270 --> 00:20:00.900Terry Wildemann: Good. Right. 12500:20:02.130 --> 00:20:13.140Ruth Anderson: If it's telling you reach out to someone or write that book or make that Facebook post, go ahead and do it started receiving those messages that you're receiving 12600:20:13.410 --> 00:20:14.370And it's nice 12700:20:16.470 --> 00:20:20.880Terry Wildemann: What a beautiful message. Thank you. It really is about giving yourself permission, isn't it. 12800:20:21.420 --> 00:20:24.330Ruth Anderson: It is and to give yourself the grace. 12900:20:24.690 --> 00:20:29.430Terry Wildemann: Yes, I love that the grace and permission. Yes, that's beautiful. 13000:20:29.940 --> 00:20:39.210Terry Wildemann: Well, again, thank you so much, Dr. Ruth, for being here on awaken the possibilities and to my audience. Thank you again for being here for this fantastic EPS episode. 13100:20:39.540 --> 00:20:52.950Terry Wildemann: With Dr. Ruth Anderson. I'm your host, Terry will demand and you can find [email protected] forward slash groups awaken the possibilities and you can join our Facebook group Facebook group there. 13200:20:53.430 --> 00:21:17.640Terry Wildemann: You can listen to these episodes at awaken the possibilities calm and on YouTube at youtube com forward slash intuitive leadership, I am thrilled that you're here with us today and I wish you. Your Best Week Ever see you next time on awaken the possibilities to your success.    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.




Releasing The Mental Handbreak
Jul 16 2020 28 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 23 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Dean Fox on "Release The Mental Handbreak”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ________________________________________________________________________________About Dean Fox:Dean Fox is a leading mindset coach, trainer, consultant , entrepreneur and speaker. Based in the North East of England, UK, Dean has trained and coached thousands of Entrepreneurs across the country with his powerful message.Dean started life as an engineer in the Steel Industry and carved out a career by continually learning and trying new things, progressing from engineer to National Sales Manager with a major blue chip company, but always knew there was more to life than the day to day grind of the job. His first taste of “entrepreneurship” and “personal development” came after reading Rich Dad Poor Dad in 2005 and he started to get involved in real estate investing and development. The 2008 financial crisis nearly cost him everything and he was on the verge of losing his home. His whole life changed when in 2010 he was involved in a major road traffic accident and he began to reassess what was important in his life.Website URL:: www.deanafox.comFacebook Page: @deanfoxcoachingLinkedin: Dean A Fox Twitter: @INDeanAFox Instagram: @deanfoxcoaching ________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPT See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Own You Own Health: From Illness to Wellness
Jul 10 2020 30 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 22 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Cheryl Meyer on "Own You Own Health: From Illness to Wellness”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ________________________________________________________________________________About Cheryl MeyerI was a business owner for 25 years and wasn't listening to the signals that my body was sending me about my health.I got autoimmune disease and everything in my body hurt. My MD couldn't find anything wrong with me, threw steroids at me, and suggested I seek therapy.I researched, learned to lower my stress and eliminated hundreds of toxins from my life. Found A Functional MD, who diagnosed my disease, approached it from a totally different perspective and I returned to relative health.Website URL:: https://cherylmhealthmuse.comFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/cherylmhealthmuse/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/feelinggoodlivinglowtoxin/ https://www.facebook.com/It-Feels-Good-To-Feel-Good-reverse-inflammation-1277191688990457/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cherylmeyer/Twitter: https://twitter.com/cherylmhealthmuInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/cherylmhealthmuse/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/cherylmhealthmuse/pins/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6xGaVEz-DA4rxC9npcpFOg?view_as=subscriber________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPTWEBVTT100:00:02.790 --> 00:00:09.480Terry Wildemann: Welcome everyone to this episode of awaken the possibilities Podcast. I'm your host, Terry will demand of intuitive leadership.200:00:09.900 --> 00:00:20.370Terry Wildemann: And I love working with burned out and stressed out entrepreneurs who are ready to leap off distress hamster wheel of life and leap into calm ease and flow.300:00:20.700 --> 00:00:30.000Terry Wildemann: And the results are unstoppable resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics and as you know400:00:30.420 --> 00:00:41.010Terry Wildemann: As you know, the guests that I bring on this show all filled that they all help every single one of you who are listening.500:00:41.370 --> 00:00:55.470Terry Wildemann: To evolve into that unstoppable leader into that practical business mystic because this information is needed. I have such great guests and today.600:00:55.890 --> 00:01:09.870Terry Wildemann: I've got a wonderful friend who is also a mystic who has so much to share about being resilient dealing with catastrophic loss and so much more.700:01:10.560 --> 00:01:20.760Terry Wildemann: Allow me to introduce you to the amazing Christine powers. She is a world class soprano, who I've seen break glasses, who was800:01:21.570 --> 00:01:31.260Terry Wildemann: What was dumb and grace that amplifies the amplifiers through eclectic sublime experiences. She empowers servant leaders to inhabit their power.900:01:31.500 --> 00:01:43.470Terry Wildemann: And presence wider and deeper, thereby magically creating bigger and bigger ripples that of uplift us all a former marketing PR communications and fundraising executive1000:01:43.860 --> 00:01:53.790Terry Wildemann: Christine Is founder of the philosopher's camp where she offers a refuge for people on sacred land in the Adirondack Mountains. Excuse me.1100:01:56.490 --> 00:02:05.010Terry Wildemann: Sorry about that today. Christine speaks on purpose and power science and mysticism of sound and thriving after catastrophic loss.1200:02:05.490 --> 00:02:19.800Terry Wildemann: She is a master energy worker and intuitive serving through her singing attunement workshops retreats and adventure camps and welcome welcome welcome Miss Christine to awaken the possibilities.1300:02:24.090 --> 00:02:25.560Christine Powers: You are you1400:02:25.800 --> 00:02:39.630Christine Powers: I know I i was giggling a little bit and I didn't want to make noise during your intro. So, I am delighted to be here. It is so good. I think this is the theme of our show is just really let's let it all hang out.1500:02:41.700 --> 00:02:42.930Christine Powers: This is like take 201600:02:48.300 --> 00:02:49.860Terry Wildemann: This never happened at this1700:02:52.110 --> 00:02:53.070Terry Wildemann: Level, what1800:02:54.570 --> 00:02:56.790Terry Wildemann: Was really quite funny anyway.1900:02:58.230 --> 00:02:59.610Terry Wildemann: Share your topic.2000:02:59.640 --> 00:03:01.950Terry Wildemann: Because nobody can say it the way you do.2100:03:03.030 --> 00:03:04.860Christine Powers: Yeah you and I've been talking2200:03:06.330 --> 00:03:17.190Christine Powers: About catastrophic loss and resiliency and thriving after catastrophic loss. There's so much ground that we can cover here.2300:03:18.390 --> 00:03:26.070Christine Powers: That is pertinent to right now but pertinent to all time, you know, all time.2400:03:28.320 --> 00:03:34.110Christine Powers: Because being human and living on set. We're going to have these these times of loss.2500:03:34.950 --> 00:03:36.720Terry Wildemann: Yes, yes, yes. And2600:03:38.100 --> 00:03:48.720Terry Wildemann: What I know about the human condition in the human spirit is that when we do have catastrophic loss when there are really big challenges in front of us.2700:03:49.140 --> 00:04:05.220Terry Wildemann: We truly do elevate ourselves elevate one another and shift into some amazing, amazing situations that propels us forward and there is potential and opportunity, even in catastrophic loss. So can you talk a2800:04:05.220 --> 00:04:19.650Terry Wildemann: Little bit about that because to me, I don't see loss. I feel badly for the losses that have occurred, but I also see so much opportunity on so many levels.2900:04:20.100 --> 00:04:20.580Huh.3000:04:21.870 --> 00:04:34.710Christine Powers: Yeah, so I have experienced catastrophic loss in my own life going back almost four years, my family lost everything that we owned3100:04:36.270 --> 00:04:51.540Christine Powers: Including our two businesses and all of our every material possession in a fire that was rather historic and I look back on that now as being one of the greatest gifts of my life. But at the time, you know,3200:04:52.560 --> 00:04:57.900Christine Powers: things that happen. Of that nature are really strangely wrapped gifts.3300:04:59.580 --> 00:05:09.210Christine Powers: And we don't always recognize them were, first of all, we're in shock. And then we can't escape the grief process and all those things that will come with it.3400:05:09.930 --> 00:05:33.840Christine Powers: But one of the things that is so viscerally imprinted is that I came to a point where I was held by profound grace and when as an intuitive. When I scanned the horizon right energetically. It was so full of possibility because life had broken the rules, right.3500:05:35.070 --> 00:05:49.950Christine Powers: And I no longer felt obligated to play by the rules and this box had just fallen away and everything had been stripped away most of, I mean, when you don't have anything. There's a great lightness about you.3600:05:51.270 --> 00:05:52.170Christine Powers: And3700:05:53.520 --> 00:06:03.750Christine Powers: I realized over time that I stayed there in that space for a few months, because I just wanted to be there in the field of potential reality.3800:06:04.170 --> 00:06:21.180Christine Powers: And I allow things to begin to coalesce as they wanted to be created and I worked really hard to keep my mind out of it from all the things that I thought should be coming down the path. And so by being really still and just following3900:06:22.590 --> 00:06:37.770Christine Powers: What wanted to be and going decision by decision I built a whole new life and we have that available to us, particularly at those times because our awareness is incredibly heightened4000:06:38.850 --> 00:06:46.320Christine Powers: And whether we know it or not, we're always held in grace. We're always held in grace so so to me.4100:06:47.400 --> 00:06:59.040Christine Powers: times of great challenge and difficulty are really this the same side of the coin is times of great potential and opportunity.4200:06:59.640 --> 00:07:16.770Christine Powers: And it takes a lot of it takes a village takes a community to support us to be able to be in that space. And I think it takes a lot of spiritual maturity and wisdom to kind of be in that space and and and not to say that I was there all the time.4300:07:18.360 --> 00:07:21.390Christine Powers: But that was my predominant place that I was after the fire.4400:07:22.770 --> 00:07:34.050Terry Wildemann: And I remember when that fire happened and how catastrophic. It was I just couldn't imagine. And it's interesting because when I lost my backpack. In March, where I lost my identity.4500:07:34.440 --> 00:07:35.940Terry Wildemann: Because everything is stolen.4600:07:36.960 --> 00:07:44.520Terry Wildemann: I kept thinking of you because unlike I didn't lose the house I lose my belongings. I lost the backpack, you know,4700:07:45.030 --> 00:07:56.790Terry Wildemann: But the thing was my identity was in that backpack my computer was in that backpack things that I you know that we consider important or in that backpack. So just that small piece.4800:07:57.120 --> 00:08:10.140Terry Wildemann: In many ways, was catastrophic because it happened during the week where it was the week from hell. I'll just leave it at that, some really, really intense things happen and it helped me understand what being invisible. It's like, because4900:08:11.160 --> 00:08:16.740Terry Wildemann: Your identification. When you lose your credit card or you lose everything. YOU HAVE NO ID.5000:08:18.600 --> 00:08:19.770Terry Wildemann: You become invisible.5100:08:21.180 --> 00:08:34.830Terry Wildemann: And that taught me a lot, but you what happened to you is what kept me grounded because I realized that this was just a. This was a blip on the radar screen, no matter how much5200:08:35.520 --> 00:08:42.210Terry Wildemann: You know how much of a pain in the neck. It was and I felt violated, I really did because it was still on at the airport.5300:08:42.900 --> 00:08:57.120Terry Wildemann: But it wasn't a house. It wasn't my belongings. It wasn't the things that meant a lot to me it would mean there were things in there. My, my grandmother's drori was in there which I can't replace because it's from5400:08:57.120 --> 00:08:57.630Terry Wildemann: Cuba.5500:08:58.230 --> 00:09:05.700Terry Wildemann: You know, but still, it's nothing in comparison to what you went through you lost your home.5600:09:07.020 --> 00:09:19.920Terry Wildemann: You lost your complete footing and that is that's what I think we need to remember when big things when quote unquote big things happen to us that5700:09:20.610 --> 00:09:38.550Terry Wildemann: Other people have gone through much bigger things and they still surviving. They're still opportunity. So I'm curious, what are the opportunities. What are the potential. What was the potential reality of what happened.5800:09:39.870 --> 00:09:44.070Terry Wildemann: Four years down the line when you turn around and look back at that I5900:09:44.100 --> 00:09:45.450Terry Wildemann: Can you get about can you start6000:09:45.450 --> 00:09:56.400Terry Wildemann: with the end in mind and share with us all the wonderful potential opportunities that evolved because of that catastrophic event.6100:09:57.030 --> 00:10:00.870Christine Powers: Yeah. Well, the first thing that that comes to mind is6200:10:03.300 --> 00:10:07.920Christine Powers: And this is probably really pertinent to practical mystic entrepreneurs, right.6300:10:09.000 --> 00:10:14.550Christine Powers: We get wrapped up in leadership and what we're supposed to be doing.6400:10:15.660 --> 00:10:28.350Christine Powers: And one of the things I began to learn. Was that part of why I liked being in that space was because it was much easier for me to always be giving than receiving6500:10:28.980 --> 00:10:31.110Terry Wildemann: Ah, that's a big one.6600:10:31.980 --> 00:10:35.370Christine Powers: It's the big one. And when you're stripped away to nothing.6700:10:37.650 --> 00:10:51.930Christine Powers: It was a huge opportunity for me to be vulnerable and soft and undefended and the the outpouring of love from the community.6800:10:52.980 --> 00:11:01.050Christine Powers: From little things to big things was was really mature. It was maturity. For me it was growth for me.6900:11:01.800 --> 00:11:20.760Christine Powers: Because I was not used to being in that place. I was used to being the one who would lead it or facilitate it. So that's a huge opportunity with catastrophic loss. And the first thing that I noticed another thing that I noticed was that I broke away from the should, in the sense that7000:11:22.290 --> 00:11:39.030Christine Powers: I'll give you an example. We received many donations of physical goods and some of the things that we received really didn't suit our, you know, our choices or lifestyle and we declined them some furniture and different things.7100:11:40.290 --> 00:11:42.960Christine Powers: What was fascinating to me was that7200:11:44.670 --> 00:11:56.580Christine Powers: People reacted negatively to that that we were burning them and got offended and I found that fascinating because the giving was was given with an agenda.7300:11:57.600 --> 00:12:10.230Christine Powers: And I also found that a lot of people were also projecting on to us their own stuff and that came with the territory which was really fascinating.7400:12:10.830 --> 00:12:18.630Christine Powers: And on the flip side, one of the greatest gifts that we got was from a guy who ran a hot dog cart. Right.7500:12:18.990 --> 00:12:29.370Christine Powers: Very simple guy didn't even know him, but he heard about our fire and he gave us three dozen hot dogs and three dozen hot dog roles and even now if I did tears me up because7600:12:29.910 --> 00:12:40.350Christine Powers: It was what he knew to do. And it was so from the heart. And it was so simple but that like pierced me, you know. So I learned a lot about7700:12:41.460 --> 00:12:59.130Christine Powers: Standing my ground for what was true for me and not my husband and I, we had really deep discussions about this because we didn't want to offend anyone. But we were being bombarded with stuff, which was beautiful. And some of it, we really weren't going to be able to use or need7800:13:00.270 --> 00:13:04.110Christine Powers: And then the projections were pretty powerful as well to7900:13:05.430 --> 00:13:10.170Christine Powers: People kind of bringing their own stuff and and you know8000:13:10.770 --> 00:13:12.030Christine Powers: Thrusting their8100:13:12.510 --> 00:13:16.440Christine Powers: Their belief on how we should be doing things or what this meant and8200:13:18.150 --> 00:13:21.030Christine Powers: So that was, those were two really profound lessons.8300:13:22.230 --> 00:13:33.330Terry Wildemann: Bad. It really is huge. And what I'm also hearing is the word vulnerable you became vulnerable and in order to be able to receive8400:13:33.900 --> 00:13:44.640Terry Wildemann: That was a step that needed to be taken in there that that vulnerability piece so that you could discern what was actually going on because sometimes when8500:13:45.120 --> 00:13:51.960Terry Wildemann: You know, those of us who are leaders who are constantly GIVING GIVING GIVING GIVING I know for myself that that's how I am I8600:13:52.320 --> 00:14:09.900Terry Wildemann: You know, I was always GIVING GIVING GIVING GIVING GIVING and I still give a lot. However, I had to learn to be vulnerable and receive because to you know to what it is that you were saying when you don't receive and you're giving all the time you burn out from that.8700:14:10.350 --> 00:14:22.890Terry Wildemann: And that is so so big. So one of the things I wanted to mention to you. Was I just read recently that there is, there were these trees.8800:14:23.280 --> 00:14:45.840Terry Wildemann: Where you need to burn the land and burn the trees so that the pods, the seed pod would burst and regrow are not regrow plant the seeds that are inside these pods are so so hard that only fire will allow the birth of the new seat.8900:14:46.500 --> 00:15:05.160Terry Wildemann: And I got a sense that image is what came to me when you were sharing your story of the fire because everything got burned to in order for you to be able to allow that seed to explode out9000:15:06.450 --> 00:15:10.770Terry Wildemann: Does that resonate at all because that image was so intense. When you were shooting.9100:15:10.800 --> 00:15:14.130Christine Powers: Yeah, it absolutely does.9200:15:16.380 --> 00:15:23.610Christine Powers: You know it. Yeah, it's really beautiful because I didn't realize how hard my shell had become9300:15:24.600 --> 00:15:30.660Christine Powers: And and the, you know, looking across the landscape of the four years.9400:15:31.800 --> 00:15:39.360Christine Powers: This receiving journey has been going on all that time. And that was what first made the crack9500:15:41.970 --> 00:15:43.440Christine Powers: And9600:15:45.750 --> 00:15:52.950Christine Powers: So that's probably one of the most profound things that I created on the potential of the horizon.9700:15:54.630 --> 00:15:56.520Christine Powers: Is a more more soft9800:15:57.630 --> 00:16:00.390Christine Powers: More real more authentic me9900:16:02.460 --> 00:16:10.770Christine Powers: Another thing that we shifted. Another lesson is that we have a smaller footprint. We live much more simply.10000:16:11.400 --> 00:16:30.960Christine Powers: And we travel more which was something that I always wanted to do but we delight. My husband and I had constructed had a big mortgage and big overhead and an office rent and all of these things. And again, the sugars and the expectations of what my life should look like from my upbringing.10100:16:32.040 --> 00:16:52.110Christine Powers: And I released those last remnants of, you know, being the daughter of a prominent attorney, having gone to Notre Dame, you know, all these things that I was supposed to be in the world and I had been judging myself at some level, this gave me the freedom to just walk out of it 100%10200:16:53.460 --> 00:16:54.930Christine Powers: So I'm10300:16:56.100 --> 00:17:11.880Christine Powers: The black sheep of the family. I'm the free spirit of the family and as very inspirational because we live in a mountain on 100 acres, and it's a very simple life, but we have a lot more freedom of our time and travel and what we do.10400:17:13.050 --> 00:17:27.180Terry Wildemann: And I have to share with folks. She's got a great little spot if you ever, especially in this era of distance social distancing. You want to get away a little spot called New glam sure I will go10500:17:27.180 --> 00:17:27.480Terry Wildemann: Ahead and10600:17:28.650 --> 00:17:36.000Terry Wildemann: And my husband and I spend our anniversary there talk about falling into place. It was one of those10700:17:37.950 --> 00:17:47.610Terry Wildemann: You happen to say in the post that you had that weekend open and my husband and I were just talking about what we're going to do for our anniversary and Bada bing, bada boom and like10800:17:48.750 --> 00:17:57.330Terry Wildemann: It just happened and it is a beautiful, beautiful place with a woody call that content that you have10900:17:58.290 --> 00:17:59.670Christine Powers: It's a lotus spell. It's from New11000:17:59.670 --> 00:18:02.520Christine Powers: Zealand. Yeah, it's in the shape of a lotus flower.11100:18:02.640 --> 00:18:12.090Terry Wildemann: It is, and it's beautiful and you're out in nature and it's wonderful in your way from everybody. So plug here for new glam sure11200:18:12.660 --> 00:18:34.650Terry Wildemann: Because it really is just magnificent and you are really out there in nature and it is very high level camping. I will say that very high level camping and absolutely wonderful and the land is beautiful. They're very, very spiritual and I can see how that is really filling your life.11300:18:34.710 --> 00:18:35.550Christine Powers: Because11400:18:35.940 --> 00:18:44.700Terry Wildemann: The areas that we explored and that we walked and driving up in the tractor to the top of the mountain, and I still use that picture and a couple of my means.11500:18:46.020 --> 00:18:55.950Terry Wildemann: It is just so heartwarming and does bring you back to where you need to be. And I'm curious, I have to ask this question, Christine.11600:18:57.180 --> 00:19:10.140Terry Wildemann: If that fire had not happened. Would you be at the helm of creating new glam. Sure. Number one, and would you have created the philosopher's camp.11700:19:12.900 --> 00:19:19.950Christine Powers: Probably not. Probably not. Yeah, yeah. The, the time11800:19:21.660 --> 00:19:24.450Christine Powers: The time after the fire when we11900:19:25.650 --> 00:19:31.770Christine Powers: What's so coincidental about it and I think further proof of how divine me12000:19:33.600 --> 00:19:42.990Christine Powers: Frustrated. It was is that we were planning to move to the Adirondacks and there were pieces of both my husband and I, that were questioning12100:19:43.770 --> 00:19:47.790Christine Powers: What kind of business presence, we should keep an Albany, which is you know 90 miles away.12200:19:48.450 --> 00:19:57.480Christine Powers: And the fire took away any opportunity like there was no portal like no portal to go back to our prior life in any way.12300:19:58.320 --> 00:20:15.210Christine Powers: And so, you know, it's interesting. For years I had wanted to do spiritual retreats at destinations and from I judged it as being not enough. Not enough. I don't know where I had that belief but I held it for so long.12400:20:16.380 --> 00:20:19.890Christine Powers: And now I'm like what took me so long.12500:20:22.680 --> 00:20:25.260Christine Powers: So, you know, it gives me. I just want12600:20:28.410 --> 00:20:28.650Christine Powers: But12700:20:28.710 --> 00:20:29.550Christine Powers: But no.12800:20:29.850 --> 00:20:30.930Terry Wildemann: hockey sticks, who cares.12900:20:30.930 --> 00:20:51.720Christine Powers: Yeah, I don't, I don't think I would have because again I gave myself total freedom to create a new life that was joyful and simple and I let go of all all the pressures of what I was supposed to be and the type of career at that point I was supposed to have13000:20:54.000 --> 00:21:00.870Terry Wildemann: That is such an example powerful example for others who are really having a hard time right now.13100:21:01.800 --> 00:21:19.950Terry Wildemann: And as you and I both know that there are a lot of folks that are struggling and it's not something that self imposed the struggle is something that was imposed by outside forces, just as the fire was an outside force for you. Just as my13200:21:21.060 --> 00:21:38.970Terry Wildemann: Having my backpack stone was an outside force for me. Just like all this stuff is outside forces. You do have a sense of loss in in I don't know about you, but I was. It was loss. It was indignation. It was13300:21:40.200 --> 00:21:52.710Terry Wildemann: anger, frustration, yes, you had to go into vulnerability. Here I am at my age being taken care of by my 97 and 94 year old parents really got to be kidding me.13400:21:54.300 --> 00:21:55.740Christine Powers: There is an irony to that.13500:21:57.570 --> 00:22:01.020Terry Wildemann: Because I'm taking care of them all the time. Exactly.13600:22:02.520 --> 00:22:06.090Terry Wildemann: You're feeding me they're giving me money, they had to pay for my Uber.13700:22:09.390 --> 00:22:15.360Terry Wildemann: Whoo. It was and it was it was only for 10 days, but it was long enough, let me talk13800:22:17.910 --> 00:22:22.770Terry Wildemann: You know, anytime there's a loss of any kind, whether it's a car accident.13900:22:23.820 --> 00:22:42.960Terry Wildemann: You know, losing your education, not being able to graduate is a big thing right now with your colleagues and friends. What a sense of loss that is. Yeah. What a story to tell your kids and what a story to share with others in a future lifetime you know there, somebody said,14000:22:44.190 --> 00:22:52.980Terry Wildemann: That I read stop saying that there's a silver lining and everything, because that means that there's clouds. What if we look for blue sky.14100:22:54.780 --> 00:23:09.060Terry Wildemann: Think about that. What if we look at every catastrophic situation as actually blue sky, and when I hear your story. That's what I see, I see blue sky, I see the sun shining so clearly.14200:23:09.510 --> 00:23:19.530Terry Wildemann: I see the moon on the right side just peeping through as it gets a little bit more towards dusk. I just see such a brightness.14300:23:19.980 --> 00:23:38.880Terry Wildemann: In that catastrophic episode that you experience. And when I review all the catastrophic episodes in my life and other people's lives. I see the same thing, because only opposite on the other side there so much possibility joy reflection.14400:23:41.520 --> 00:23:45.420Terry Wildemann: Opportunity and it's up to us whether we take it or not.14500:23:46.320 --> 00:23:53.040Christine Powers: That and that's so important that you say that because it is a choice. It is an opportunity. And that's why, like14600:23:53.850 --> 00:24:11.940Christine Powers: anyone listening or watching this would be so wise to align themselves with you with your organization because when we're in the throes of grief and loss. Some head toward the bitterness and the despair and they don't quite ever get out of it.14700:24:13.650 --> 00:24:28.350Christine Powers: And so resiliency and having a team and having a coach and having a structure is really important because it's an opportunity, it's not it's not the assured outcome. The assured outcome could be 180 degrees. The other direction. Yeah.14800:24:28.800 --> 00:24:41.370Terry Wildemann: Yes, absolutely. But it is a choice. And you're right, and thank you for sharing that with you what Christine was referring to is the fact that, you know, we do bodycote emotion code tapping14900:24:41.820 --> 00:24:52.680Terry Wildemann: Also very tuned into intuitively tuned into a lot of different things when we can clear out a lot of the emotions that are created by such incidences15000:24:53.070 --> 00:25:05.970Terry Wildemann: That really gets stuck in our bodies and become trapped in our bodies and don't allow us to move forward. It's really important whether you're in business, whether you're a leader when15100:25:06.660 --> 00:25:16.350Terry Wildemann: You're a career professional doesn't matter what you are who you are. It's really important to get rid of that emotional baggage that's caused by such catastrophic trauma.15200:25:17.010 --> 00:25:32.640Terry Wildemann: Because if we don't clear it out it will sit in our body and it can contribute to illness and disease further down the line, because it does reduce your immune system and it. We know that15300:25:33.810 --> 00:25:45.600Terry Wildemann: We have studied how certain emotions are connected to certain organs and a lot of the diseases that we have our because it trapped emotions that trap baggage in those areas of our bodies so15400:25:46.020 --> 00:25:54.180Terry Wildemann: Clearing that out is truly, truly important. So thank you for saying that. And that's referring to15500:25:54.930 --> 00:25:59.220Christine Powers: Yeah, I'm referring to that and also your business expertise to be rather blunt to15600:26:00.960 --> 00:26:01.620Christine Powers: And and yeah15700:26:03.000 --> 00:26:09.270Christine Powers: And and yes and yes, you know, um, you know, in here being15800:26:10.650 --> 00:26:15.600Christine Powers: It part of nature and being on a mountain, you know, a lot of that can happen here as well.15900:26:16.950 --> 00:26:25.410Christine Powers: And so there's so many different ways to tend to the gardens of our souls and to tend to our emotional trauma.16000:26:27.840 --> 00:26:42.390Christine Powers: And it's really important. The work that you do in the end. That's an essential piece to this with with the loss there is work to be done. You know, there are clouds that come by and you know our essential nature is that blue sky.16100:26:43.740 --> 00:26:45.450Christine Powers: And life happens16200:26:45.570 --> 00:26:47.790Christine Powers: You know, it really happens. So16300:26:49.350 --> 00:26:56.280Christine Powers: Part of part of, you know, in part, so here's the other piece that I learned about this, you know, looking for years later.16400:26:57.690 --> 00:27:05.730Christine Powers: Think about like the great gift that I was given of letting go of so much of the programming of my how I was raised.16500:27:06.240 --> 00:27:11.730Christine Powers: And I'm not saying that it was bad. I love my parents. I love my family. I'm grateful for my family.16600:27:12.420 --> 00:27:21.150Christine Powers: But I had to let go of all the beliefs that I took on of how I was supposed to be. And there's a lot of emotional baggage and a lot of trauma underneath all of that.16700:27:21.630 --> 00:27:33.060Christine Powers: That needs to be cleared and that is an important aspect of leadership. It's an important aspect of right now. You know who we choose to be in this coven era.16800:27:34.620 --> 00:27:48.600Christine Powers: You know, it's not even about being heart centered. It's being passion centered at this point. And, you know, following the what you're really lit up about because that's going to pave the way to making an impact and being of service.16900:27:49.650 --> 00:28:08.940Christine Powers: Because it's a whole new paradigm and we are just at the beginning of the whole new paradigm. And so what's going to carry the day is what we choose to really lean into and my suggestion is that we lean into what lights us up. What we're passionate about.17000:28:10.080 --> 00:28:13.830Christine Powers: Because that will attract people to us and what we do and what we offer17100:28:14.670 --> 00:28:16.350Terry Wildemann: And speaking of lighting us up.17200:28:17.670 --> 00:28:21.870Terry Wildemann: One of the things that I know about you is that your voice was affected with this fire.17300:28:23.010 --> 00:28:32.310Terry Wildemann: And I would love for you to share with the audience how your voice, your singing voice your speaking voice all of it.17400:28:32.730 --> 00:28:44.970Terry Wildemann: Was truly affected and your journey and finding your voice, because I think that's really important right now. People need to find their voices but there's that they're scared in many ways can you share about that, Christine.17500:28:46.440 --> 00:28:54.600Christine Powers: Yeah, I think much, you know, if you if you just look back on the last 20 or 30 minutes of our conversation.17600:28:56.310 --> 00:29:00.900Christine Powers: The result of all the things that I let go of the things that I17700:29:02.190 --> 00:29:21.240Christine Powers: Just stepped out of an old paradigm enabled me to bring so much more freedom and I've always been a very gifted singer from when I was singing before I could speak but somewhere along the way. I also picked up all the beliefs of17800:29:22.830 --> 00:29:33.090Christine Powers: You know, not being a full on professional opera singer and the technique is everything and all this baggage that took my love of singing so far away.17900:29:33.570 --> 00:29:45.060Christine Powers: That I really wasn't singing and so on the other side of the fire I claims my ownership. So two things you talked about the you know the seed in the forest.18000:29:46.710 --> 00:29:50.190Christine Powers: I identify as fire weed and dragons on18100:29:51.270 --> 00:30:08.520Christine Powers: So that the you know the the fire weed is is vibrant gorgeous hot pink flower. That is one of the first things to come back to life. And if you see it in a field. It's astonishing after fire and it is only from a fire.18200:30:10.650 --> 00:30:33.240Christine Powers: And then dragon saw my capacity to sing intuitively and to sing in a healing capacity and to see you sing from total freedom to let go of the technique of being an opera singer and just to tell the stories. I just wanted to become a storyteller. So that's been freed now too, so18300:30:34.380 --> 00:30:44.190Christine Powers: Yeah I when I go to the top of the mountain and I sing and it reverberates around for miles and and that has also been unleashed.18400:30:44.850 --> 00:30:49.980Christine Powers: And I sing in ways that again. I had judged.18500:30:50.010 --> 00:31:01.380Christine Powers: Before as not being enough and I don't really care anymore, it's, it's a gift that I have that should be expressed, however, it wants to be expressed18600:31:02.040 --> 00:31:09.240Terry Wildemann: And as you can see, for those of you who are watching the video. The tears have just been flowing. I've no idea why they did. They just erupted.18700:31:11.310 --> 00:31:12.180Because I heard you.18800:31:13.380 --> 00:31:20.400Terry Wildemann: Yeah, we have a hard time imagining you not singing, you have a beautiful, beautiful voice and18900:31:20.700 --> 00:31:22.590Terry Wildemann: Thank you for having the courage and19000:31:22.590 --> 00:31:38.010Terry Wildemann: Stepping into the courage of being and finding your voice again and just really just letting it out there and I know that you have, if I'm not mistaken, don't you have a couple of YouTube videos of you singing19100:31:39.480 --> 00:31:44.070Christine Powers: There are, yeah. If you go, let's see. Go to Christine powers. If you search the channel.19200:31:45.570 --> 00:31:52.200Christine Powers: It's pretty interesting. Now I've actually started doing really esoteric stuff which is19300:31:53.340 --> 00:32:00.120Christine Powers: Again, it's, it's, like, have been classically trained, you know, singing Mozart Puccini and Verity. You know,19400:32:01.200 --> 00:32:09.810Christine Powers: And then now singing, you know, stamping my feet on the ground and just, you know, the sounds to the mountains and to the earth, it's really different.19500:32:11.730 --> 00:32:15.120Christine Powers: So yeah, I have a couple of videos up a couple meditations.19600:32:15.360 --> 00:32:15.900That are19700:32:17.010 --> 00:32:21.600Christine Powers: lullaby voice and Terry. Here's the latest thing i don't i don't even think you know this yet.19800:32:22.380 --> 00:32:42.840Christine Powers: This is, this is perfect for everybody listening, as you know, a very powerful business past and doing philosophers camp I I'm also looking at what brings me joy and what is of service right now and I am starting to do what I'm calling angelic lullabies19900:32:43.350 --> 00:32:44.550Christine Powers: Which are actually20000:32:45.270 --> 00:33:00.990Christine Powers: To help people transition, who are dying. I have a gift to go in intuitively and see the landscape. And then I sing into discord and blockages and all kinds of things and then a lullaby in an intuitive message comes through.20100:33:02.160 --> 00:33:09.930Christine Powers: And to be honest, I've been able to do this for years and years. But I've never acknowledged it or brought it forward.20200:33:10.440 --> 00:33:26.070Christine Powers: So with courage with an open heart with vulnerability. It's like it's simple and it's profound and it's what my heart is being, you know, my heart is calling it forward and it brings me joy. So that's, you know,20300:33:27.090 --> 00:33:33.900Christine Powers: That's the invitation that I think you and I can give to everybody is really what is what it, what are you being called to do20400:33:34.470 --> 00:33:44.520Christine Powers: And and this also speaks to you know what lights you up right now. And then the pivot will take care of itself. The business structures, the business structures and all of that, you20500:33:45.270 --> 00:33:58.320Christine Powers: That's, that's what, that's not how you start. That's how you you bring it forth, but the starting is in this new world in this new paradigm where rules have been stripped away.20600:33:59.340 --> 00:34:02.820Christine Powers: agreements have been broken. It's a whole new paradigm. So20700:34:03.090 --> 00:34:08.460Christine Powers: What do you want to be. What do you want to do. How do you want to serve. What brings you joy.20800:34:10.170 --> 00:34:15.720Terry Wildemann: What a great way to end this episode. Thank you so much for creating20900:34:16.410 --> 00:34:26.400Terry Wildemann: The end for showing up. So authentically and in your integrity, for sharing a very personal story, allowing me to ask some questions that I know you didn't expect.21000:34:28.770 --> 00:34:30.360Christine Powers: But I know you and I21100:34:32.310 --> 00:34:38.490Christine Powers: You're one of your most interesting and deep friends and colleagues and21200:34:38.820 --> 00:34:39.570Likewise,21300:34:40.740 --> 00:34:51.390Terry Wildemann: Thank you so much for being here to the awaken the possibilities audience. I hope you really took away from this that there really is possibility and opportunity.21400:34:51.840 --> 00:35:03.390Terry Wildemann: Whenever there is a catastrophe. There always is that seed explodes out if we choose to allow it to I'm Terry will demand your host21500:35:04.560 --> 00:35:12.840Terry Wildemann: Thank you for being here today and I look forward on behalf of Christine and myself look forward to seeing you next time to your success. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Unlock Your Creativity To Improve Your Life
Jul 06 2020 21 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 20 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Rober Belle on "Unlock Your Creativity To Improve Your Life”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Robert Belle:I am a champion for people to blow the lid off their creative limitations so that they can live a more fulfilling life. I am on a quest to have people return to their heart centre and unlock their unique value by believing in their crazy ideas. I work with entrepreneurs to help them navigate the challenges of starting and growing a business through by making continuous minor adjustments that yield major improvements. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPT100:00:05.009 --> 00:00:05.670Terry Wildemann: Okay.200:00:09.059 --> 00:00:28.170Terry Wildemann: Welcome everyone to today's episode of awaken the possibilities. I'm your host, Terry will demand. One of the things about this show is that we focus on bringing exciting guests on board who help you awaken the possibilities in lots of different ways.300:00:29.250 --> 00:00:40.980Terry Wildemann: You know, one of the things about being an entrepreneurial leader is that it's important for us to stay open. It's important for us to stay flexible and it's important for us.400:00:41.430 --> 00:00:52.710Terry Wildemann: To be really clear on specific steps that get us to our goals. Unfortunately, we are sometimes unclear on the steps that we need to take500:00:53.130 --> 00:01:12.600Terry Wildemann: One of the things that I know about this, about our guests for today is that this very left brain person who is an accountant has a true creative side that helps him really bring out the best in his clients. So I would like to introduce you to Robert bell600:01:13.440 --> 00:01:25.890Terry Wildemann: Robert, is a transformational speaker a mentor and an ACC a qualified accountant. He helps people who feel stuck in their career or life journey.700:01:26.220 --> 00:01:31.800Terry Wildemann: To break away from the norm and find new paths that revealed their true value.800:01:32.160 --> 00:01:44.280Terry Wildemann: He focuses on dismantling the line between licensed professionals and the creative world. And that's really important because it's important for us to really integrate both sides of our brain.900:01:44.700 --> 00:01:52.110Terry Wildemann: He shared his secrets of creative success at his numerous speaking engagements, as well as on various TV and podcast interviews.1000:01:52.470 --> 00:01:59.580Terry Wildemann: He also spent much of his time mentoring and guiding men of all ages to have a strong positive impact on their families.1100:01:59.940 --> 00:02:10.950Terry Wildemann: And society as a whole is the winner of the 2019 advocate of the year. Congratulations by the ACC for his work, assisting other accountants.1200:02:11.190 --> 00:02:22.260Terry Wildemann: To embrace their creativity and reach new growth potentials, both personally and professionally. Welcome to the awaken the possibilities podcast Robert bell1300:02:26.040 --> 00:02:29.040Robert: Yeah, thank you so much, very excited to be here.1400:02:29.520 --> 00:02:34.920Terry Wildemann: Very nice to be here. Now Robert, as you can see I've got my angels on this side, which is my right side.1500:02:35.430 --> 00:02:39.420Terry Wildemann: And I've got all my left brain books on this side and I sit in the middle.1600:02:39.750 --> 00:02:45.540Terry Wildemann: I bring together the practical tactical a logical with the emotional the energetic the intuitive in the spiritual1700:02:45.960 --> 00:02:55.080Terry Wildemann: So we create practical business mystics here on the making the possibilities and I get a sense that that is what you do your own work. So can you tell us about it.1800:02:55.410 --> 00:03:03.000Terry Wildemann: What is it that got you to this place of integrating the left brain, the right brain and helping people to play with all of it.1900:03:05.730 --> 00:03:08.220Robert: Thank you again for having me on the podcast I am2000:03:09.660 --> 00:03:26.790Robert: I just decided to listen to the call of Nature and Science is not telling us that we were meant to not just be political or not just be creative only, but to be together is the way our brains are wired. It's how we are, we can all possibilities is how we thrive and not just merely survive.2100:03:28.380 --> 00:03:37.740Robert: You know, I've always was different kid growing up. And initially, I thought, is because I wasn't good enough. You know, we all hold go through that. But when I say2200:03:38.850 --> 00:03:39.270Robert: You say,2300:03:39.750 --> 00:03:40.890Terry Wildemann: I think a lot of us do.2400:03:42.390 --> 00:03:50.160Robert: And we do that because we we tend to look at our value based on what's happening on the outside and then when you get inside we realize we2500:03:50.520 --> 00:03:59.370Robert: Would have inside is different from what everyone else has. So let me just hide a part of me so that I can fit in. And that was me. That was just me. I was just going into flow.2600:03:59.940 --> 00:04:08.910Robert: Really hiding parts of the not exploring the you know the vast world that lives inside of me and I just decided, you know what2700:04:09.570 --> 00:04:13.290Robert: I can't do it anymore. I will. I literally couldn't fit in well. Like I struggled2800:04:13.590 --> 00:04:24.210Robert: And every time I tried to fit in, people will push me without me. No, you can't fit in here and I didn't understand what you're telling me I thought they were saying I'm not good enough. But you tell me know you're just unique you don't fit in here.2900:04:26.070 --> 00:04:30.510Terry Wildemann: And what is it that made you different from the rest of them.3000:04:33.150 --> 00:04:34.020Robert: Hopeless dreamer.3100:04:36.960 --> 00:04:46.350Robert: Curiosity imagination. I just couldn't accept the things just the way they are not that I didn't believe it, but I always believed, like we can do what we want to do.3200:04:46.710 --> 00:04:55.590Robert: Things that have to be the same. We can live in a world that we can create the world that we want to live it. We don't just have to accept it. So we can make steps to get there. When3300:04:56.160 --> 00:05:09.000Robert: Everyone around you like just crazy living in the clouds. You know, you just dream too much this is reality, he has. So why can't we make it a reality and I refused. I could never get an answer a question. So I decided to look for the answer myself.3400:05:09.870 --> 00:05:11.250Terry Wildemann: What did you find Robert3500:05:14.160 --> 00:05:15.120Robert: Pandora's box.3600:05:16.950 --> 00:05:18.840Robert: When I started my journey I realized3700:05:19.980 --> 00:05:25.620Robert: I can start the journey by looking to figure out where I need to be I first needed to recognize where I was.3800:05:26.070 --> 00:05:36.330Robert: Which is a place that wasn't supposed to be. So before I could even get to figure out my why I had to figure out what's, why not I had to remove all the limitations and3900:05:36.840 --> 00:05:46.470Robert: Whenever I work with clients they always say you're taking steps backwards. You're going the wrong direction. But I said, No, we have to deconstruct all the stuff that we put in our lives, all the things we've accepted.4000:05:46.890 --> 00:05:56.400Robert: All the, you know, it's a Pandora's box. A lot of the good things are going to come out but also we have to deal with some, you know, hot, the part issue. So I started that journey and it was4100:05:56.760 --> 00:06:07.320Robert: Was a bit rough because there was no one to guide me and I realized, whoa, I have so many things that I believe are true that weren't really true. I mean, I could do what I want to do. I don't have to be an accountant and not be creative.4200:06:07.650 --> 00:06:09.810Robert: And that was the big push back and people can say4300:06:10.350 --> 00:06:17.160Robert: How can you come up with an idea you and our content, I think. So how does that limit me. It's just a profession. It's not who I am and I4400:06:17.460 --> 00:06:27.420Robert: Worked hard to make sure that people realize that I'm not limited by my profession are not limited by where I was born, or anything. I am a human being, and I am created to be unique.4500:06:29.190 --> 00:06:33.030Terry Wildemann: And isn't an unfortunate that so many people4600:06:34.320 --> 00:06:38.460Terry Wildemann: Have a hard time realizing that they themselves are also unique4700:06:40.530 --> 00:06:44.580Robert: It is, and that's why I started this journey. I said, I can't be selfish about it because4800:06:45.750 --> 00:06:54.390Robert: The person I am today is I could never have even dreamt about it. Yes, I was a big treatment green. Oh, but I would never have imagined.4900:06:54.720 --> 00:07:03.990Robert: I tell people, one of the big things. I came up came I conquered was public speaking. I could not speak in public I shivered I shaved ice sweat. I5000:07:04.920 --> 00:07:23.640Robert: It was really embarrassing. And if you tell me today like to introduce our speaker, I would never have imagined that absolutely not. And so many of us, we try to achieve the things we can see ahead of us. We don't go beyond that we don't try to do things that will even shock us5100:07:25.980 --> 00:07:28.470Terry Wildemann: So who do you speak to Robert5200:07:30.810 --> 00:07:33.930Robert: I call them a hidden misled creative5300:07:35.130 --> 00:07:35.850Terry Wildemann: Hidden5400:07:36.180 --> 00:07:38.250Terry Wildemann: Misled creatives.5500:07:38.700 --> 00:07:40.980Terry Wildemann: And where do you find these hidden miss5600:07:41.190 --> 00:07:45.600Terry Wildemann: Lead creators and what organizations do they belong to.5700:07:46.830 --> 00:07:54.960Robert: So I find them. My filler content in the back office who have ideas, but just keep quiet. The lawyer who's working nonstop always5800:07:55.260 --> 00:08:00.840Robert: You know, trying to prepare for case or something, who's just unsatisfied, someone who is I call them.5900:08:01.260 --> 00:08:07.740Robert: Superman Clark Kent, try to transition into Superman, they play the clock and rules so well in the nine to five.6000:08:08.100 --> 00:08:15.810Robert: But when they get into the domain of the craft or cookie and or just something they come alive and they leave that part of them there. So,6100:08:16.320 --> 00:08:24.750Robert: That's where I find these people people. What is granted people who don't necessarily want to climb the corporate ladder. But who wants to have value. Want to have an impact.6200:08:25.980 --> 00:08:30.330Terry Wildemann: Nice. Nice. Nice. Now do you find them or do they find you.6300:08:31.950 --> 00:08:32.460Robert: Both6400:08:35.400 --> 00:08:37.680Terry Wildemann: So what is that about you, Robert. That6500:08:37.680 --> 00:08:38.520Robert: attracts me6600:08:39.630 --> 00:08:40.140Terry Wildemann: Because6700:08:43.980 --> 00:08:54.960Robert: share my story. I still I can I, that's all I can say I share my story and I keep getting comments. Wow, how did you do that, how did you transition. How were you able to overcome these things.6800:08:55.380 --> 00:09:04.260Robert: Are you able to stay calm during this pandemic. You know, I just keep getting questions and they come to me when they come to me. Then I explained to them. And I just keep consistent with my message in6900:09:05.640 --> 00:09:17.640Terry Wildemann: Congratulations. Can you share. I know you've shared your story, is there a different message that you share or is there is your message and add on to sharing your story.7000:09:20.040 --> 00:09:24.660Robert: So as I mentioned, my story. My people closer to me I flipped the script.7100:09:25.260 --> 00:09:31.680Robert: I stopped sharing the story and I asked them to share their story indirectly, they don't even know what I'm doing. I asked them to share their story.7200:09:32.100 --> 00:09:38.490Robert: I turned the tables to them and turn them into them and they start speaking and as they start hearing them so speak, they realize okay7300:09:39.360 --> 00:09:42.180Robert: There is actually something here. For instance, if I sit with someone7400:09:42.960 --> 00:09:48.210Robert: And I say, Hey, I'm a, I'm a creative, but I'm also account is like now I'm not creative and I do have a creative, one of my body.7500:09:48.630 --> 00:09:53.910Robert: And I flipped the script and I just let them tell their story like Okay, tell me about a time when you come alive when you really feel7600:09:54.420 --> 00:10:04.860Robert: Energetic and so yeah when I'm doing this when I have these ideas and by this of declarations, like, All right, well, maybe I'm creative. Tell me more. And then we take it from there.7700:10:06.480 --> 00:10:10.980Terry Wildemann: So you are an advocate of asking open ended questions.7800:10:12.210 --> 00:10:12.840Robert: Absolutely.7900:10:14.040 --> 00:10:30.240Terry Wildemann: So I bet you really enroll folks when you're interacting with them, so can you please share with me one of the best clients that you not their name, but the experience of one of the best clients that you've ever had.8000:10:33.030 --> 00:10:36.870Robert: That's a very, very nice question not sharing names, like you said,8100:10:38.130 --> 00:10:46.680Robert: The best glide. I've had is someone very close to me. She is a singer and she has been a single all her life and8200:10:47.160 --> 00:10:53.010Robert: She just always had a limited belief that she was not a singer yesterday she would sing absolutely phenomenal.8300:10:53.400 --> 00:11:02.400Robert: And I took him under my wing and she she studied a bit of graphic design. So, you know, more on the creative side what very logical and sequential, etc.8400:11:03.030 --> 00:11:14.910Robert: Mexico under my wing. And I said, You need to blossom this gift that you have, you know, don't worry about people accept it or reject it. You need to do it for you first before you can serve others. And we worked. We worked on.8500:11:16.140 --> 00:11:16.680Robert: Building8600:11:17.730 --> 00:11:28.290Robert: A very holistic approach. So we built on setting up a business structure around her music and we're working on our finances personal finances motivation help contain to exercise and, you know, mindfulness8700:11:28.740 --> 00:11:41.070Robert: In the know she does have positive affirmations and she released her first single last year and in less than one week it hit the top 100 trending songs and apple on iTunes and8800:11:41.100 --> 00:11:44.610Robert: She's just dropped her album. So she was just the best client because we8900:11:44.880 --> 00:11:47.910Robert: We took our time and we had to get to all of stuff.9000:11:49.200 --> 00:11:50.400Terry Wildemann: Congratulations.9100:11:51.510 --> 00:12:03.810Terry Wildemann: I think that speaks volumes that speaks volumes. So is there anything else special that you would like to share with you awaken the possibilities audience.9200:12:05.850 --> 00:12:17.100Robert: Yes, we creativity is is not something you need to learn, it's very natural inside of you, creativity, something you want to learn, you know, think back to when your child.9300:12:17.370 --> 00:12:18.300Terry Wildemann: I'm going to read that.9400:12:18.360 --> 00:12:21.840Terry Wildemann: Creativity is something you on learn9500:12:22.500 --> 00:12:23.790Terry Wildemann: Yeah, I like that.9600:12:24.600 --> 00:12:26.820Robert: Yeah, being creative is something online and9700:12:27.390 --> 00:12:38.490Robert: You, let's break down what creativity is it's not artistic expression only it extends beyond that, it extends into the scholarly spaces access to every aspect of our lives into the kitchen into play in9800:12:38.910 --> 00:12:49.920Robert: Everywhere because creativity simply connecting the dots putting as many dots as possible on the on the table and then trying to connect those dots and we have many dots in our lives. We have experiences we have failures. We have victories.9900:12:50.310 --> 00:12:58.560Robert: We have so many things. And if you look at the dots connected in your life in the lives of people around you. The society, you will come up with something10000:12:58.890 --> 00:13:12.630Robert: Magnificent. And that's what an entrepreneur does entrepreneurship simply sees things that others aren't seeing or perhaps aren't looking closely at. So the special thing is that you don't have to fight. You don't have to10100:13:13.860 --> 00:13:21.270Robert: Struggle to be creative, but the fight struggle is is to remove the barriers that stop you from being creative. Because your mind, your body10200:13:21.570 --> 00:13:32.520Robert: Everything on you is conspired free to be creative, everything around you. I mean, if you go to the science. They tell us that the primary blood relates creative relax, is you know bluejeans is called a blue10300:13:32.850 --> 00:13:41.850Robert: Is the color of the sky. So if you just type. What I you know everything around us already priming you to be creative. It's the way or not. Our brains are just meant to work.10400:13:43.560 --> 00:13:54.930Terry Wildemann: Okay, sounds so delicious. Just, I love that phrase to be creative, you need to unlearn it all. And it's really true.10500:13:57.270 --> 00:14:11.520Terry Wildemann: And I do believe that our environment ends up either squashing us or elevating us so it is about getting rid of all of that emotional baggage that we've learned from under the age of 10 specifically10600:14:12.630 --> 00:14:24.510Terry Wildemann: That held us back as adults. So congratulations and it's so delicious to hear of the kind of work that you're doing, especially in the accounting field because I've met a lot of very10700:14:27.780 --> 00:14:28.590Terry Wildemann: Stale10800:14:29.730 --> 00:14:33.210Terry Wildemann: Just, just account enter10900:14:33.360 --> 00:14:35.130Robert: Nice. I was one of them. I was11000:14:37.650 --> 00:14:40.230Terry Wildemann: The I'm bringing it out so you11100:14:40.740 --> 00:14:43.110Terry Wildemann: Fail accountant. OK. Now we're getting juicy.11200:14:43.350 --> 00:14:48.180Terry Wildemann: How did you help out of being a stale accountant.11300:14:50.880 --> 00:14:54.420Robert: I every day I reflect on that just what what pushed me to do it.11400:14:55.470 --> 00:14:57.870Robert: And the conclusion I come to every time is that11500:14:58.260 --> 00:15:06.150Robert: I was convinced with my message I was convinced. Somehow, I have no idea how but I'm just convinced the ideas that I had11600:15:06.360 --> 00:15:16.890Robert: Actually had a value I picture myself speaking even or skill of speaking I picture myself raising my hand in the meeting, although in the meeting in the boardroom our silent. Like, like, like alarm.11700:15:17.370 --> 00:15:32.940Robert: But I just had the confidence. I had the confidence that my ideas are good and how it got to the point is that I started putting daily deposits in my mind. I started putting daily deposits in my mind I saw the deposit in, in my mind, and we neglect that a lot of the times, so11800:15:33.150 --> 00:15:33.810Terry Wildemann: I was really11900:15:34.320 --> 00:15:35.040Terry Wildemann: Positive12000:15:35.700 --> 00:15:36.630The positive12100:15:38.700 --> 00:15:41.250Terry Wildemann: Daily negative deposits in our brains.12200:15:41.280 --> 00:15:49.290Robert: Very true. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I just started putting daily deposits in my life. I started listening to myself. I really started to listen.12300:15:49.680 --> 00:15:58.890Robert: To what I'm saying, you know, try to get away from the fear and anxiety in the you know the science tells us that when you're in a flight or fight mode.12400:15:59.430 --> 00:16:08.880Robert: You know, thinking logic takes a backseat. Right. And we focus our attention. And so I started to just be still, I started to center myself. I started to think12500:16:09.180 --> 00:16:16.020Robert: Spend time with myself to get rid of all the noise around me and I said you know what, this is a good idea. And even if it doesn't work.12600:16:16.470 --> 00:16:30.810Robert: I just need to get it out. I can't live with it staying inside of me anymore. And that's what I started to do. So I started to go out of it. Step out of my box I transition from accounting rules. I started, I went to sales actually went to sales customer fee. I went to the front line and12700:16:32.010 --> 00:16:38.520Robert: It was it was interesting and but I removed the pressure because I had prepared myself to realize that you know what12800:16:38.850 --> 00:16:42.690Robert: Everything in life is about connections. I don't need to worry about home. Same things12900:16:42.930 --> 00:16:50.460Robert: Or if I'm the most eloquent. I just need to make a connection with the person. So in sales. I just need to make a connection with the person. How do I connect them to whatever selling13000:16:50.910 --> 00:16:58.320Robert: Connected problem to solution. That's all I have to do and then their attention will move from me. So I started moving attention away from me message.13100:17:00.090 --> 00:17:09.390Terry Wildemann: That is brilliant and is really, really cool to go from a stale accountant to a creative sales accountant.13200:17:11.100 --> 00:17:11.700Terry Wildemann: Brilliant.13300:17:15.000 --> 00:17:19.320Robert: You know, if you were to ask me, you know, the first step is always the hardest step.13400:17:20.880 --> 00:17:24.450Robert: Do not want that first step, everything just has to open up13500:17:24.840 --> 00:17:35.460Robert: You have seen the science, you know, back to the science of what brings the reticulum activating system when you make that first step, your brain is going to go to work to look for all the signals that will help you to get in that direction.13600:17:35.730 --> 00:17:43.110Robert: So I started getting feedback from people I started getting comments, of course, there were moments of failure. Several lots of them. But I started getting13700:17:43.890 --> 00:17:50.970Robert: Lots of feedback I started seeing the expression in people's faces. And I think that's what's priceless. You can't quantify it.13800:17:51.300 --> 00:17:57.000Robert: You feel the connection because I was looking for the connection when I saw it, I was like, yes, even though I was a total failure.13900:17:57.270 --> 00:18:04.710Robert: I could see, even if I didn't get the sale or whatever it was, I could see the connection. And I realized creativity is on the board conviction is committed ideas that you have14000:18:05.070 --> 00:18:12.840Robert: Two problems that exist or two situations that are there. And, you know, everything just started to, you know, build up slowly but surely14100:18:13.650 --> 00:18:15.900Terry Wildemann: Sounds like you'd become a master of law of attraction.14200:18:17.910 --> 00:18:19.350Robert: I guess you can say that. Yeah.14300:18:19.410 --> 00:18:19.770Terry Wildemann: Yeah.14400:18:20.220 --> 00:18:21.000Robert: Very cool.14500:18:21.060 --> 00:18:31.860Terry Wildemann: Very, very cool. So Robert, do you have any last words that you would like to share with our awaken the possibilities audience before we wrap up the show.14600:18:37.290 --> 00:18:39.660Robert: My last words will be prioritize14700:18:42.660 --> 00:18:43.980Robert: Life don't14800:18:44.010 --> 00:18:47.400Terry Wildemann: get so focused repeat that again. Robert you froze. I'm sorry.14900:18:47.580 --> 00:18:49.980Terry Wildemann: Prioritize life. Oh.15000:18:51.720 --> 00:18:55.350Robert: It's creativity in your life, you need to make it a priority.15100:18:55.770 --> 00:18:59.250Terry Wildemann: And there are times creativity in our lives. Got it.15200:19:00.450 --> 00:19:00.930Robert: Yes.15300:19:01.200 --> 00:19:01.650Terry Wildemann: X and15400:19:02.040 --> 00:19:03.090Robert: The secret that the15500:19:03.120 --> 00:19:07.800Robert: Most successful people tell us early in the morning, you start your journey meditation.15600:19:08.220 --> 00:19:17.910Robert: You will have to get yourself in that mind space. So you have to prioritize creativity, make it. The first thing that you do so that your actions become a consequence of your thinking.15700:19:18.330 --> 00:19:24.660Robert: Don't spend all your time doing actions and then whatever is left over. Do your you're thinking, you have to first learn15800:19:25.050 --> 00:19:36.510Robert: To pause read think and then you add, you know, Abraham Lincoln said if you give me a task to cut down a tree you spend the first couple hours sharpening the axe and that is going to be15900:19:36.810 --> 00:19:49.020Robert: Mean take home for the weekend, the possibility audience here the listener who's listening or watching it make creativity, a party and you will blow the lid off like why16000:19:50.550 --> 00:19:56.310Robert: Look it up and you'll just get possibilities that will blow you away. Trust me.16100:19:57.060 --> 00:20:06.450Terry Wildemann: Well, thank you so much. Robert, for coming on the show your mindset, your energy. It's so positive and absolutely delightful. I really appreciate it.16200:20:06.750 --> 00:20:14.490Terry Wildemann: I love learning all about you and listening to your story and to the awaken the possibilities audience. Can you share where they can find you.16300:20:17.370 --> 00:20:32.790Robert: You can find me on LinkedIn and Robert Bell, etc. And then, Tim. I'm on other social media platforms, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or you can check out my website WWW dot Robert E mail.com16400:20:33.300 --> 00:20:36.870Terry Wildemann: And Bella spelled be E double L. E. Correct.16500:20:37.200 --> 00:20:38.910Robert: Yes, absolutely correct. Yes.16600:20:39.210 --> 00:20:42.450Terry Wildemann: Okay, so I need to make sure we add me to add that L at the end.16700:20:42.870 --> 00:20:44.070Terry Wildemann: Yes, else16800:20:44.670 --> 00:20:45.030Robert: Yeah.16900:20:45.120 --> 00:20:45.990Terry Wildemann: Oh. Thank you, Robert.17000:20:46.530 --> 00:20:56.820Terry Wildemann: For being here and for my waking the possibilities audience. Thank you for being here this week. Remember to please drain our waking the possibilities Facebook group at17100:20:57.330 --> 00:21:09.360Terry Wildemann: A way of facebook.com forward slash awaken the possibilities. Also, you can download my stress management gift quick should zone.com and it's a simple very17200:21:09.840 --> 00:21:23.250Terry Wildemann: Simple four step gift to help you reduce stress in 60 to 90 seconds with practice. It's the tool that I use every single day to keep me grounded centered and focused and that's the quick17300:21:23.610 --> 00:21:41.970Terry Wildemann: Shift SH if T zone.com Q UI CK S H I T zone.com. This is your host Terry woman. And thank you so very much for being here and I look forward to seeing you next time, take care. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Dare to Thrive!
Jul 06 2020 21 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 21 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Mel Robertson on "Dare to Thrive!”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ________________________________________________________________________________About Mel RobertsonMel Robertson is a De-Clutter Expert, Coach & the Founder of De-Cluttering Spaces. She helps her clients get free from clutter; physical, mental & emotional so they can make space for the magic to happen and experience happiness & abundance in every area of their lives.Website URL:: www.declutteringspaces.comFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/declutteringspaces/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mel-robertson-ba810768/Twitter: https://twitter.com/DeClutterSpacesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/declutteringspaces/?hl=enYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ-jt4qIOteblAdp2pZjn_Q________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPT100:00:02.370 --> 00:00:15.179Terry Wildemann: Welcome everyone to awaken the possibilities. I'm your host, Terry Waldman and it is a joy to be here with you today because I have a guest that a lot of us can use200:00:15.690 --> 00:00:30.660Terry Wildemann: One of the things about being in our homes for as long as we've been is that we get to notice the clutter. Oh my gosh, it's like, Okay, I can do better at this.300:00:31.320 --> 00:00:45.240Terry Wildemann: However, some of us need help. Some of us more help than others. And I know that when your house is cluttered. That is a signal to me that your life is cluttered.400:00:46.200 --> 00:00:51.060Terry Wildemann: Today I have an expert that can help us with all of that.500:00:51.750 --> 00:01:00.540Terry Wildemann: Mel Robertson is a declutter expert coach and the founder of the cluttering spaces. She helps your clients get free from clutter.600:01:00.780 --> 00:01:19.440Terry Wildemann: physical, mental and emotional so they can make space for the magic to happen and experience abundance and happiness in every area of their lives. Doesn't that sound wonderful, welcome, welcome. Now, and today's topic is going to be dare to thrive and we're gonna be cleaning out700:01:23.820 --> 00:01:25.770Terry Wildemann: How did you get into this800:01:26.340 --> 00:01:29.040Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Oh, sorry. Thank you so much for having me on your show.900:01:29.730 --> 00:01:34.200Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I'm honored to be here with you and this is my I love talking about this. So the1000:01:34.470 --> 00:01:47.550Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: The short condensed version, how I really got into doing what I was doing what I do is that I got to a point in my life where I received a $50,000 check in the mail and I was able to take six months off to figure out what I wanted to be when I grew up.1100:01:48.090 --> 00:01:48.330Terry Wildemann: And at1200:01:48.360 --> 00:02:01.890Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: That point in my life I had, I was able to create order out of chaos. I loved creating order out of chaos and I had a background and energy healing Reiki and theta i didn't want to sit in a room with someone all day long and do sessions.1300:02:02.250 --> 00:02:03.330Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And at that point.1400:02:03.510 --> 00:02:09.450Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I watched that show hoarders for the first time and I became absolutely horrified.1500:02:10.200 --> 00:02:18.150Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Because all of that stuff that's been accumulated around them that they've accumulated for years as like their Great Wall of China.1600:02:18.690 --> 00:02:27.600Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And this show comes in and removes everything in a four day period and then films. The show in the process. And then they leave.1700:02:28.110 --> 00:02:38.490Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And then that person has been completely exposed all of their defenses have been removed, and then you leave, and then the clutter comes back worse than it was before.1800:02:38.580 --> 00:02:42.390Terry Wildemann: Is the emotional stuff hasn't been healed that create clutter.1900:02:42.720 --> 00:02:51.990Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: It just causes more trauma by removing it all and leaving them exposed and raw and they're just out there like, and it just totally freaks them out and it gets worse.2000:02:52.320 --> 00:03:00.090Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: So that made me want to start a company that actually helped people get to the root of the clutter so that it didn't get that way in the first place.2100:03:00.360 --> 00:03:07.620Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And that it doesn't keep coming back because it's our birthright to be happy and abundant in every area of our lives.2200:03:07.860 --> 00:03:15.480Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And clutter is anything that gets in the way of that, whether it be the physical stuff in our environment or the mental stuff the limiting beliefs, the2300:03:15.690 --> 00:03:27.150Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Repressed emotions resentments fears, all of that stuff. And so it made me want to create a company that could really help people access their birthright of being happy and abundant in every area of their life.2400:03:28.170 --> 00:03:32.520Terry Wildemann: How cool is that, so tell me, how do you work with people.2500:03:33.330 --> 00:03:41.460Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I work with people in a couple ways. There's a lot of people that really just want to deal with the physical clutter and they don't want anything else and they want a solution they want2600:03:41.820 --> 00:03:51.870Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: They want you to help them get their office organized. They want you to help them with the pantry or the closet and you can kind of just feed them little pieces and little pieces and hope that someday they come along.2700:03:52.200 --> 00:04:04.200Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: But the real work happens when you actually start coaching with me. And we do the work on the inside because I have to teach you how to become present with your life because2800:04:04.440 --> 00:04:09.120Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: All of the clutter accumulates, because we avoid it, we resist it. And we deny it.2900:04:10.200 --> 00:04:19.950Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Or we're hanging on to stuff because it feels really good. And when we're avoiding and hanging on. We can't allow what simply is to be3000:04:20.280 --> 00:04:29.640Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And so the one thing that I teach my clients and I tell them this, I give them the keys to the kingdom in our first session. And if you just put this piece in practice, you'll be firing me shortly.3100:04:30.330 --> 00:04:44.370Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: All you need to do is learn to show up and bring your presence to your life. And when you can just sit with yourself and be present without judging yourself without trying to change anything. And just witness yourself exactly as you are.3200:04:44.760 --> 00:04:52.260Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: You begin to make space inside of yourself. Now the great thing about that is, there's a principle and operation in the universe that states.3300:04:52.830 --> 00:04:54.720Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: As above so below.3400:04:54.930 --> 00:05:07.620Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: As within so without it's the principle of correspondence. And so the outside is just a mirror of the inside. If you try to change the outside. First, it's really hard. It's like trying to get molasses to run up a hill in the middle of January. Right.3500:05:14.250 --> 00:05:21.900Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And so when you do it from the outside, and it's going to drag yourself. It's so hard. But when you start making the space on the inside.3600:05:22.320 --> 00:05:25.920Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: It starts to happen naturally. And what's what changes is that3700:05:26.280 --> 00:05:37.440Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Because you make space inside. You have to have space on the outside to it has to match. There's a law in place. So once you make the space you start wanting to make space outside3800:05:37.740 --> 00:05:49.950Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And the reason, how I figured this out is, I was actually a really cluttered, messy kid growing up. You could not walk in my room. There were two paths on my floor, and I was the only one who knew where they were, they weren't existent to anybody else.3900:05:50.370 --> 00:05:59.910Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I was super attached to stuff like office supplies containers books, CDs and people I had severe attachments to people and things and stuff like that.4000:06:00.450 --> 00:06:19.830Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: But I also experienced a lot of trauma and loss early in childhood and by the age of 15 I experienced what I consider to be the dark night of my soul, which for me was losing my older brother to suicide. It's tough, being the one to discover his body.4100:06:21.060 --> 00:06:39.690Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And in the same moment in his suicide note inheriting all of his belongings. So at 15 years old. After finding him and his home. I had to then go back into that home and go through everything and figure out what I was going to keep and what other people could have4200:06:40.770 --> 00:06:42.180Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: So as you could imagine.4300:06:42.270 --> 00:06:43.890Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: At 15 years old my life pretty4400:06:43.890 --> 00:06:48.630Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Much started to spiral into a black hole and I planned on killing myself. I didn't want to be here anymore.4500:06:48.840 --> 00:06:58.500Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Oh, wow. And I also got kicked out of high school for being a danger to myself and others know men, mind you, a little hundred year old. I'm hundred pound like4600:06:58.710 --> 00:07:09.240Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: sophomore in high school, little tiny thing like maybe being considered a danger to myself and others and being kicked out of high school, and I wasn't allowed to return until I received intensive therapy.4700:07:10.440 --> 00:07:27.840Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: What that looked like was I spent the next year and a half of my life living in a residential treatment center for adolescence, but unbeknownst to me, that is where my life would drastically change because while I was living there. I was introduced to yoga in mindfulness4800:07:28.410 --> 00:07:28.620Terry Wildemann: And4900:07:28.860 --> 00:07:32.100Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: What yoga and mindfulness taught me in a nutshell was how to5000:07:32.100 --> 00:07:33.000Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Come home.5100:07:33.030 --> 00:07:35.040Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And be present in my body.5200:07:35.310 --> 00:07:46.350Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: For all that inner clutter repressed emotions resentments fears limiting beliefs. All of that stuff that had been accumulating. And as a result what started to happen was5300:07:46.890 --> 00:07:49.170Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I got organized from the inside out.5400:07:49.350 --> 00:07:51.870Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I started to go through my stuff.5500:07:51.930 --> 00:07:53.820Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And I had to start going through it.5600:07:54.090 --> 00:07:58.710Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: But it was gradual. It wasn't overnight. I just went through everything and let it go.5700:07:59.070 --> 00:08:06.660Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I would go through it and let go of some stuff go through it and let go of some stuff and gradually over a period of about 12 years I went from being is5800:08:06.960 --> 00:08:24.090Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Really cluttered, messy kid to someone who creates order out of chaos and has to have clean, clear space, like I can have a little mess and a little clutter, but it has to get cleaned up like an annual get a little bit but it happened from the inside out. And that's how I know this works.5900:08:25.110 --> 00:08:30.930Terry Wildemann: Wonderful night phenomenal story and what a testament to entrepreneurship.6000:08:31.470 --> 00:08:47.190Terry Wildemann: That you found a solution that started with you first and that I'm finding that that's really what is happening with many of the entrepreneurs that I interview here on the show is that it does start from the inside out, we end up doing that which we need to learn for ourselves.6100:08:47.370 --> 00:08:49.140Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I say your messenger message right6200:08:49.200 --> 00:08:50.550Terry Wildemann: Yeah, absolutely.6300:08:52.620 --> 00:08:54.180Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Mine was a real mess.6400:08:55.800 --> 00:08:56.370Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: shutting the door.6500:08:57.570 --> 00:09:02.190Terry Wildemann: Is absolutely brain that is really, really cool. So I'm curious.6600:09:02.520 --> 00:09:09.030Terry Wildemann: What is the time frame between when you found yourself and you started your business.6700:09:09.300 --> 00:09:21.570Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Hmm, so I i was about 18 when I got out of that residential treatment facility and it wasn't, gosh, I didn't start my business in 2014 so I got out in 95 to 2014 how many years is that6800:09:23.670 --> 00:09:24.990Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Right. Um,6900:09:25.110 --> 00:09:27.360Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: But you know, it's funny because7000:09:28.620 --> 00:09:40.320Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: He start doing all this and I got to this place where I was really uncluttered but I also was in a place where I still struggle with codependence and I got into a relationship where I basically just shut my light off.7100:09:40.620 --> 00:09:54.630Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: For someone else in order to not lose that person because my light was too bright for them and for, gosh, from 2007 till about 2013 I pretty much just7200:09:55.050 --> 00:10:04.950Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Stayed like I just shut my light off and I finally got to a point where I wanted to take my life again. I was like, I'm miserable. Like, I'm just tapped out I'm emotionally drained. I don't want to be here anymore.7300:10:05.340 --> 00:10:16.050Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I'm not even connected to source anymore and I had remembered everything that I ever learned that it's our birthright to be happy and abundant in every area of our life. And I got to this point where I had to make a decision.7400:10:16.470 --> 00:10:24.690Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I'm either going to end my life right now be done with this, or I'm going to do whatever it takes to get access to that and find out how to experience that.7500:10:25.050 --> 00:10:31.920Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: So I made that commitment to myself that I was going to make my happiness my number one priority because she was my number one priority for the longest time7600:10:32.220 --> 00:10:42.420Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And so I had to put myself first. And when I made that decision. I started to practices in my life because I wasn't doing anything. I wasn't reading anything spiritual anymore because she didn't want to hear about it.7700:10:42.720 --> 00:10:49.680Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I wasn't, you know, praying connecting meditating doing any of that. So I started with just five minutes a day.7800:10:50.040 --> 00:11:06.030Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Sitting in my car before I went into work just doing this practice that I call allowing the now just showing up and meeting myself right where I am, without any judgment and letting whatever is simply be and I became what I call a happiness seeking missile.7900:11:06.810 --> 00:11:07.380Terry Wildemann: I love it.8000:11:07.740 --> 00:11:12.870Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: A heat seeking missile locks onto a heat signature and doesn't let go until it makes impact. Right. And then there are8100:11:13.290 --> 00:11:14.130Terry Wildemann: seeking missile.8200:11:14.190 --> 00:11:24.840Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: So I happiness seeking missile does the same thing everywhere I went I made it my intention to look for something that made me feel good or brought me joy because it was my default8300:11:24.990 --> 00:11:29.220Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: To find what I didn't like or what was negative. So I was always focused on the negative8400:11:29.490 --> 00:11:33.330Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: So I wanted to change the default from being negative to positive8500:11:33.360 --> 00:11:33.840Terry Wildemann: Positive8600:11:33.900 --> 00:11:34.530Right now.8700:11:35.940 --> 00:11:37.290Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: You know, you just raise your vibration8800:11:37.980 --> 00:11:46.410Terry Wildemann: Now some of the listeners to awaken the possibilities may not understand what you mean when you say it diminishes your light.8900:11:46.680 --> 00:12:00.330Terry Wildemann: Hmm, share a little bit more and explain to the awaken the possibilities audience. I think most of them do get it and understand but for new listeners. They may not get what you're talking about when you say your light was diminished.9000:12:00.450 --> 00:12:01.380Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Yeah, so9100:12:02.820 --> 00:12:11.070Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I'm a very vibrant bright person very connected to source my relationship with God is the most important relationship in my life and when9200:12:11.670 --> 00:12:20.460Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And I'm very for a lot of people I'm considered out there, spiritually, and a lot of things that I would talk about Ascension not having to experience physical death, you know,9300:12:20.910 --> 00:12:32.010Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Entities being channeled and reading that kind of stuff. And I was always talking about I'm someone who doesn't like to read fiction. I don't like to fill my head with anything that's not true or uplifting.9400:12:32.550 --> 00:12:39.510Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And so I I was always reading spiritual books and she would always get pissed that I wouldn't read anything else. And I was always just talking about9500:12:39.900 --> 00:12:49.740Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Spiritual stuff because that's just my focus. That's that was my thing. And I didn't want to lose her because I was codependent and I had separation anxiety from like losing my brother and stuff.9600:12:50.190 --> 00:13:03.540Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: But I didn't want to lose her so I just shut my light down to be what she wanted me to be. And then I just overtime. I got more depressed. I got miserable, and then I wanted to take my life because I just kept dimming my life for her.9700:13:03.630 --> 00:13:12.030Terry Wildemann: And that's a, that's a big deal. So I want, I want to just summarize here, shutting down someone's light is being9800:13:13.200 --> 00:13:17.250Terry Wildemann: What other people want you to be not who you actually are.9900:13:18.300 --> 00:13:29.250Terry Wildemann: And when we can't be who we actually ARE ALL the symptoms that you're talking about are what evolved from that, you know, I can appreciate what you're talking about.10000:13:29.790 --> 00:13:38.400Terry Wildemann: To share very quick story I under leadership center from 2001 to 2009 and I had various people working at the center and10100:13:39.390 --> 00:13:59.460Terry Wildemann: It was really a it was my center I put my heart. You know, it was my second home it I put my you know everything I had into it and I will never forget that one of the practitioners came to me and said, my client is coming and she can't handle your energy. I need to ask you to leave.10200:14:01.890 --> 00:14:04.320Terry Wildemann: And that was from my own center.10300:14:05.070 --> 00:14:05.310Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And10400:14:05.490 --> 00:14:23.370Terry Wildemann: I walked into my office shaping shaking and unfortunately as strong as I am I allow that to affect me for many years and I dimmed my light.10500:14:24.030 --> 00:14:46.920Terry Wildemann: Right, because I do have big energy I you know I have always had a big energy. And what I realized was it constricted my voice and I couldn't really be who I wanted to be. And the bottom line was that counselor should have held her client accountable to that.10600:14:48.420 --> 00:14:50.880Terry Wildemann: I, in retrospect,10700:14:51.960 --> 00:14:54.180Terry Wildemann: As a coach of so stunned.10800:14:55.320 --> 00:15:01.380Terry Wildemann: It would have been wise for me to have said, that's your client problem and that's your problem. This is my center.10900:15:03.690 --> 00:15:12.660Terry Wildemann: But at that moment in time it. I was so thrilled by that I didn't do that and allowed it. And I'm going to say I allowed it.11000:15:13.230 --> 00:15:22.020Terry Wildemann: To affect me for a very long time. So I appreciate everything that you're talking about in dimming your light and it can be. And we, as parents, and as teachers.11100:15:22.800 --> 00:15:33.060Terry Wildemann: It really is important for us. And I don't want to say the word meat because meat is the lack when you say I need this, I need you know when we use that word mean it's like, but when we say11200:15:34.290 --> 00:15:46.020Terry Wildemann: When we watch our words and elevate people instead of diminish them. I mean, can you imagine telling somebody you've, you've got to leave because this person is intimidated by you.11300:15:46.110 --> 00:15:46.530And11400:15:47.820 --> 00:15:57.750Terry Wildemann: Am I, oh my gosh. So, gosh, do I understand exactly what it is that you're talking about. And as parents we need to be very cautious of the words that we use the phrases that we use.11500:15:58.110 --> 00:16:16.380Terry Wildemann: And what we say that diminishes our children, our spouses and the people who are who walk our, our path. So thank you for sharing that message. Thank you for allowing me to share my story because that's when I don't think I've shared ever awaken the possibilities. So that's11600:16:18.390 --> 00:16:33.570Terry Wildemann: That's really, really cool. So I know that you have a really big event coming up. Can you share, please, with the making the possibilities audience what this event is all about and the special people that you're going to have involved with this event.11700:16:33.780 --> 00:16:40.410Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Yes, I am super excited. I have a huge online SHOW COMING OUT IN JULY 13 called dare to thrive.11800:16:40.770 --> 00:16:48.330Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: How to let go get unstuck reconnect to source and of course experience happiness and abundance in every area of your life.11900:16:48.630 --> 00:16:56.880Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: So it's all about thriving. It's all about getting rid of everything that's in the way of you living the life that you came here to live, whether that's being your own boss, whether12000:16:57.150 --> 00:17:09.330Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Whatever it is for you that you came here to do. It's helping you clear anything that's out of that right now. I have over 27 amazing experts coming on the show. And I'm sure there's more to come.12100:17:10.410 --> 00:17:13.050Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: You are one of them, of course, Judy clover.12200:17:14.250 --> 00:17:22.770Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Marci Newman Christopher Tim's there's just so many people, the list goes on and on and on, but I'm super excited to bring this series to you.12300:17:23.220 --> 00:17:32.700Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: It launches July 13 it's going to go on for over three weeks one interview a day goes out into your inbox that you get to watch and just get amazing12400:17:32.970 --> 00:17:44.820Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: They're short interviews designed to really give you some amazing content and an immediate action tip that you can put into place right now to get yourself unstuck from where you are.12500:17:45.060 --> 00:17:53.400Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And get back into the Flow of Abundance so you can get that thing that's just been sitting on your chest for far too long to come to life and to come to reality for you.12600:17:54.690 --> 00:17:59.610Terry Wildemann: Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. And I'm so blessed to be part of it. I'm really excited about it.12700:18:00.720 --> 00:18:07.530Terry Wildemann: So mount is are there any parting words that you would like to share with it. We can the possibilities audience.12800:18:07.980 --> 00:18:17.520Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Absolutely. The biggest gift you can give yourself is your presence and that's the only requirement for getting free from clutter because12900:18:17.760 --> 00:18:27.150Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Clutter only accumulates because you're unwilling yes unwilling, I know it's harsh, but you're unwilling to look at it, you have to become willing13000:18:27.450 --> 00:18:35.850Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: To meet yourself right where you are in the great thing about it is you don't have to know why you're hanging on to it and you don't have to do any digging.13100:18:36.240 --> 00:18:42.000Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: It's like GPS. GPS doesn't need to know where the hell. You've been all your life to get you where you want to go.13200:18:42.210 --> 00:18:47.250Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: It only needs to know where you stand right now and where you want to go and it can get you there.13300:18:47.460 --> 00:18:55.290Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: So all you need to know is where you're standing right now. You don't need to know why it's. You don't have to beat yourself up because it's gotten this way.13400:18:55.560 --> 00:19:01.680Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Just right now. Okay. There's clutter that I need to deal with and that's just it. This is it right now and13500:19:02.070 --> 00:19:13.170Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: That's it. So meeting yourself right where you are, without any judgment and just showing up for yourself. When you do that you make space for the magic to happen in your life changes.13600:19:13.500 --> 00:19:22.380Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: I had a client who was totally just tapped out her schedule was completely full doing things for everybody else. Nothing for her.13700:19:22.710 --> 00:19:38.640Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: And she was working at a job. She wasn't happy at and at 27 years old she was already headed for burnout. She took a 30 day challenge of mine to do this one practice for five minutes a day. The allowing the now where you just show up for yourself and do this practice.13800:19:39.690 --> 00:19:54.270Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: After right after the 30 days ended her boyfriend at the time who she thought was going to marry left her the relationship ended, but the very next day she got a job offer for a job that was an 80% salary increase13900:19:54.990 --> 00:20:00.090Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Got to take a month off before she had to start that job. So she took a three week trip out of the country.14000:20:00.450 --> 00:20:12.660Terry Wildemann: There you go, well, how brilliant is that, well, thank you so much mail for sharing your stories or experiences and what daring to thrive is really all about to cluttering our life.14100:20:13.140 --> 00:20:25.080Terry Wildemann: And to my waking the possibilities. Audience I really expect that you've learned a lot from today. This is a brilliant way to over the summer, little by little, every day began to declutter your life.14200:20:25.380 --> 00:20:28.350Terry Wildemann: Please join us on the summit, can you say the dates again now.14300:20:28.590 --> 00:20:36.210Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: Yeah, July 13 that will launch. So Terry will have all the information on how you can register if you're in her community, you'll get an email from her about it.14400:20:36.480 --> 00:20:37.110Terry Wildemann: You will14500:20:37.590 --> 00:20:39.480Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: So thank you so much for having me.14600:20:39.660 --> 00:20:46.380Terry Wildemann: You are very, very welcome and thanks so much could be raking the possibilities. Audience Oh, Mel. Where else can people find you.14700:20:46.860 --> 00:20:59.250Mel - De-Clutter Expert & Coach: D cluttering spaces com you can reach me out there. That's my website info at declaring spaces com is my email. And you can always call me at 619-602-372514800:20:59.910 --> 00:21:05.250Terry Wildemann: Thank you so very much. And folks, you can learn more about intuitive leadership and awaken the possibilities.14900:21:05.640 --> 00:21:14.250Terry Wildemann: At intuitive leadership.com all of our podcasts are on awaken the possibilities calm, which is part of the intuitive leadership website.15000:21:14.730 --> 00:21:24.390Terry Wildemann: Also you can find us on YouTube and on many radio station platforms we are on iTunes Spotify SoundCloud, just to name a few.15100:21:24.810 --> 00:21:38.010Terry Wildemann: You can also connect with me for VIP days coaching and training at intuitive leadership com LinkedIn, Facebook, you name it. Social media just plug into a woman and you will find me.15200:21:38.400 --> 00:21:50.490Terry Wildemann: So I wish you know much success in your life. Take a deep breath shift into your heart feel the love and I look forward to seeing you next time to your success. 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Rising from the Ashes: Restructuring Your Life
Jun 24 2020 35 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 19 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Christine Powers on "Rising from the Ashes: Restructuring Your Life”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Christine Powers:Christine Powers is a world-class soprano and inspirational leader who is a fierce guardian ofwonder and wisdom. She empowers leaders to go further and deeper -- pulling us all forwardinto a transcendent world.Founder of the Philosophers Camp movement, she has built a refuge for deep healing in theAdirondack Mountains of New York that offers rejuvenation, learning, and co-creation while inmicro-momentary community.Christine is a master energy worker and intuitive. Empower your voice through her musicalevents, attunements, workshops, and adventure retreats.Find Christine at www.christinepowers.com_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPTwelcome everyone to this episode of awaken the possibilities podcast I'm your host Terry will demand of intuitive leadership and I love working with burned out and stressed out Yue primers who ready to leap off the stress hamster wheel of life and leap into calm ease and flow and the results are unstoppable resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics and as you know as you know the gas that I bring on the show all still backed they all help every single one of you who are listening to evolve into that unstoppable leader instead that practical business mystic because this information is needed I have such great gas and today I've got a wonderful friend who is also a mystic who has so much to share about being resilient dealing with catastrophic loss and so much more allow me to introduce you to the amazing Christine powers she is a world class soprano who I've seen break classes what is dimming grace that amplifies the amplifiers like takes a blank experiences she empowers servant leaders to inhabit their power and presence wider and deeper thereby naturally creating bigger and bigger ripples that awful up lift us all a former marketing PR communications and fundraising executive Christine is founder of the philosophers camp where she offers a refuge for people on sacred land in the Adirondack mountains today Christine speaks on purpose and power science and mysticism of sound and thriving after catastrophic loss she is a master energy worker and intuitive serving to hosting the two men's workshops retreats and adventure camps and welcome welcome welcome miss Christine to awaken the possibilities you are you know I I was giggling %HESITATION a little bit and I didn't want to make noise during your intro so I am delighted to be here it is so good I think this is the theme over so it's just really let's let it all hang out but this is like take twenty Hey at this level where we've been in there he was really quite funny anyway to be sure your topic because nobody can say that the way you do yeah how you been talking %HESITATION about catastrophic loss and resiliency and %HESITATION thriving after catastrophic loss there's so much ground that we can cover here %HESITATION that is pertinent to right now but pertinent to all time you know because being human and living on that we're going to have these these times of losses yes yes yes and what I know about the human condition and the human spirit is that when we do have catastrophic loss when there are really big challenges in front of us we truly do elevate ourselves elevate one another and shift into some amazing amazing situations that propels us forward and there is potential an opportunity even in catastrophic loss can you talk a bit about that because to me I don't see loss I feel badly for the losses that have occurred but I also see so much opportunity on so many levels yes so I have experienced catastrophic loss %HESITATION in my own life %HESITATION going back almost four years %HESITATION my family lost everything that we owns I including our two businesses and all of our every material possession in a fire that was rather historic and I look back on that now as being one of the greatest gifts of my life but at the time %HESITATION you know things that happen of that nature are really strangely wrapped gifts and we don't always recognize them where first of all we're in shock and then we can't escape the grief process and all those things that will come with it but one of the things that is so viscerally imprinted is that I came to a point where I was held by profound grace and when as an intuitive when I scanned the horizon right energetically it was so full of possibility because life had broken the rules right and I no longer felt obligated to play by the rules and this box had just fallen away and everything had been stripped away most of I mean when you don't have anything there's a great lightness about you and I realized over time that I state that are in that space for a few months because I just wanted to be there in the field of potentiality and I allowed things to begin to coalesce as they wanted to be created and I worked really hard to keep my mind out of it from all the things that I thought should be coming down the path and so by being really still and just following what we wanted to be an going decision by decision I built a whole new life and we have that available to us particularly at those times because our awareness is incredibly heightened and whether we know it or not were always holding grace were always held in grace so %HESITATION so to me %HESITATION times of great challenge and difficulty are really just the same side of the coin as times of great potential and opportunity and it takes a lot of it takes a village takes a community to support us to be able to be in that space %HESITATION and I think it takes a lot of %HESITATION spiritual maturity and wisdom to kind of be in that space and and and not to say that I was there all the time %HESITATION but that was my predominant place that I was after the fire and I remember when the fire happened and how catastrophic it was I just couldn't imagine and it's interesting because when I lost my backpack in March were lost my identity because everything was stolen I kept thinking of you because I'm like I don't lose the house I would lose my belongings I lost track you know but the thing was my identity was in that backpack my computer was in that backpack things that I you know that we consider pouring that backpack so just that small piece in many ways was catastrophic because it happened during the week where it was the week from hell I just leave it at that some really really intense things happen and it helped me understand what being visible with like is your identification when you lose your credit cards you lose everything you have no I. D. you become invisible and that taught me a lot but you what happened to you is what kept me grounded because I realized that this was just a bit this was a blip on the radar screen no matter how much you know how much of a pain in the neck it was and I thought violated I really did it because it was still on at the airport but it was in the house it wasn't my belongings it wasn't the things that meant a lot to me I mean there were things in there my pet my grandmother's jewelry was in there which I can't replace because it's Cuba you know but still it's nothing in comparison to what you went through you lost your home you lost your complete footing and back eight that's what I think we need to remember when big things when quote unquote big things happen to us that other people have gone through much bigger things and they still survive in there still opportunity so I'm curious what are the opportunities what are the potentialities the potentiality of what happened four years down the line when you turn around and look back at that I can you get about can you start with the end in mind and share with us all the wonderful potentiate opportunities that involved because of that catastrophic event yeah well the first thing that that comes to mind is %HESITATION and this is probably really pertinent to practical mystic hunter burners right %HESITATION we get wrapped up in %HESITATION leadership and what we're supposed to be doing %HESITATION and one of the things I began to learn was that part of why I like being in that space was because it was much easier for me to always be giving than receiving R. that's a big one it's the big one and then went near stripped away to nothing %HESITATION it was a huge opportunity for me to be vulnerable and soft and undefended and the the outpouring of love from the community %HESITATION from little things to big things was was really make sure it was majority for me it was growth for me because I was not used to being in that place I was used to being the one who would lead at or facilitate that so that's a huge opportunity with catastrophic loss in the first thing that I noticed another thing that I noticed was that I broke away from the shirts in the sense that %HESITATION I'll give an example of we received many donations of physical goods and some of the things that we received really didn't suit our you know our choices or lifestyle and we decline to them %HESITATION some furniture and different things what was fascinating to me was that %HESITATION people reacted negatively to that that we were so burning them and got offended and I found that fascinating because they're giving was was given with an agenda and I also found that a lot of people were also projecting onto us their own stuff and that came with the territory which was really fascinating and on the flip side one of the greatest gift that we got was from a guy who ran a hot dog cart right very simple guy didn't even know him but he heard about our fire he gave us three dozen hot dogs at three dozen hot dog rolls and even now it if it tears me up because it was what he knew to do and it was so from the heart and it was so simple but that like pierced me you know so I learned a lot about %HESITATION standing my ground for what was true for me and not %HESITATION my husband and I we had really deep discussions about this because we didn't want to offend anyone but we were being bombarded with stuff which was beautiful and some of it we really were going to be able to use or need %HESITATION and then the projections were pretty powerful as well to %HESITATION people kind of bringing their own stuff and and you know %HESITATION thrusting their their belief on how we should be doing things or what this man and %HESITATION %HESITATION so that was those were two really profound lessons that it really is huge and what I'm also hearing it is the word vulnerable you became vulnerable and in order to be able to receive that was a step that needed to be taken in there that that vulnerability piece so that you could discern what was actually going on because sometimes when you know those of us who are leaders who are constantly giving giving giving giving I know for myself that that's how I am I you know I was always giving giving giving giving giving and I still give a lot however I had to learn to be vulnerable and receive because you know to what it is that you were saying when you don't receiving your give them all the time you burn out from that and that is so so big up so one of the things that %HESITATION I wanted to mention to you is I just read recently that there is there were these trees where you needed to burn the land and burn the trees said that the pods the seed pods would burst and regrow are not regrow plant the seeds that are inside these pods are sooo so hard that only fire will allow the birth of the new CD came out I got a sense that images what came to me when you're sharing your story of the fire because everything got burned too in order for you to be able to allow that seed to explode out does that resonate at all because that image so intense we were sharing data it absolutely does %HESITATION you know it yeah it's it's really beautiful because I didn't realize how hard my shell had become and and the you know looking across the landscape of the four years of this receiving journey has been going on and all that time and that was what first made the crack %HESITATION and mmhm so that's probably one of the most profound things that I created on the potential of the horizon %HESITATION is a more a more soft more real where authentic me %HESITATION another thing that we shifted another lesson is that we have a smaller footprint we live much more simply and we travel more which was something that I always wanted to do but we the life my husband and I had constructed had a big mortgage and big overhead and an office rents in all of these things and again they should send the expectations of what my life should look like from my upbringing and I released those last remnants of you know being the daughter of a prominent attorney having gone to Notre Dame you know all these things that I was supposed to be in the world and I had been judging myself %HESITATION at some level this gave me the freedom to spirit of the family and as very inspirational because we live on a mountain on a hundred acres and that's a very simple life but we have a lot more freedom of our time and travel and what we do and I have to share with folks she's got a great little spot if you ever especially in this era of distant social distancing you plan to get away a little spot called new Glenn I am sure I will go ahead and my husband and I spent our anniversary there talk about falling into place it was one of those %HESITATION you happen to say in the post that you have that weekend open and my husband and I were just talking about what we can do for our anniversary better being better Bowman like it just happened and it is a beautiful beautiful place with a we call that kind of tent that you have it's a lotus ballots from New Zealand yeah it's in the shape of a lotus flower it is and it's beautiful and you're out in nature and it's one on your way from everybody so plug here for new glam sure %HESITATION because it really is just magnificent and you are really out there in nature and it is very high level camping I will say very high level camping absolutely wonderful and the land is beautiful there very very spiritual and I can see how dad is really still in your life because the area is that we explored that we walked in driving up in the tractor to the top of the mountain and I still use that picture in a couple of my means %HESITATION it is just so heartwarming and does bring you back to where you need today and I'm curious I have to ask this question Christine if that fire had not happened would you be at the helm of creating new glam sure number one and we ju have created the philosophers camp probably not probably not yeah yeah the the time the time after the fire when we %HESITATION what's so coincidental about it is that we were planning to move to the Adirondacks and there were pieces of both my husband and I that we're questioning what kind of business presence we should keep in Albany which is you know ninety miles away and the fire took away any opportunity like there was no portal like no portal to go back to our prior life in any way and so you know it's interesting for years I had wanted to do spiritual retreats at destinations and from I I judged as being not enough not enough I don't know where I had that belief but I held it for so long and now I'm like what is the log what okay so you know %HESITATION use me I just want but he sticks who cares yeah I I don't I don't think I would have because again I gave myself total freedom to create a new life that was joyful and simple and I'd let go of all of all the pressures of what I was supposed to be and the type of career at that point I was supposed to have that is such an example powerful example for others who are really having a hard time right now and as you and I both know that there are a lot of folks that are struggling and it's not something that self imposed the struggle is something that was imposed by outside forces just as the fire was an outside force for you just says my having my backpack stone was an outside force for me just like all this stuff is outside forces you do have a sense of loss in it and I don't know about you but I was it was lost it was indignation it was up anger frustration yes you had to go to vulnerability here I am at my age being taken care of I'm in ninety seven ninety four year old parents really got to be kidding me there is an irony to the world your them all the time actually you are feeding me there give me money they had to pay for my birthday that's what it was %HESITATION and it was and it was only for ten days but it was long enough for me to you know any time there's a loss of any kind whether it's a car accident %HESITATION you know losing your educate you not being able to graduate is a big thing right now what with your colleagues and friends what a sense of loss that is yeah what a story to tell your kids and what a story to share with others in a future life time you're there somebody said now that I read stop saying that there is a silver lining and everything because that means that there's clouds what if we look for blue sky think about that what if we look at every catastrophic situation has actually blue sky and when I hear your story that's what I see I see blue sky I see the sun shining so clearly I see the moon on the right side just peeping through as it gets a little bit more towards task I I just see such a brightness in that catastrophic episode that you experience and when I review all the catastrophic episodes in my life and other people's lives I see the same thing because on the opposite on the other side there so much possibility joy reflection %HESITATION or too needy and it's up to us whether we take it or not that is not so important that you say that because it is a choice it is an opportunity and that's why like anyone listening or watching this would be so wise to align themselves with you with your organization because when we're in the throes of grief and loss some head toward the bitterness and despair and they don't quite ever get out of it yes and so resiliency and having a team and having a coach and having a structure is really important because it's an opportunity it's not it's not the assured outcome the assured outcome could be a hundred and eighty degrees the other direction more yes absolutely but it is a choice and your writing thank you for sharing that with you know what Christine was referring to is the fact that we do body could emotion co tapping also very very tuned in to intuitively tuned into a lot of different things we can clear out a lot of the emotions that are created by such incidences that really get stuck in their bodies and become trapped in our bodies and don't allow us to move forward it's really important whether you're a business would be your leader what you know what you're a career professional matter what you are who you are it's really important to get rid of that emotional baggage that's caused by such catastrophic drama because if we don't clear it out it will sit in our body and it can contribute to illness and disease further down the line because it does reduce our immune system and and we know that we have studied how certain emotions are connected to certain organs and a lot of the diseases that we have are because the trapped emotions that trap baggage in those areas of our bodies so clearing that out is truly truly important %HESITATION so thank you for saying that and and that's what I was referring to yeah I referring to that and also your business expertise to be rather black to and and yeah and yes and yes you know %HESITATION you know in here %HESITATION being it heart of nature and being on the mountain you know a lot of that can happen here as well %HESITATION and so there's so many different ways to tend to the gardens of our souls and to tend to our emotional trauma %HESITATION and it's really important the work that you do in the and that's an essential piece to this with with the loss %HESITATION there is work to be done you know if the if there are clouds that come by and you know our essential nature is that blue sky %HESITATION and life happens you know it really happens so %HESITATION part of part of you know in part so here's the other piece that I learned about this you know looking for years later %HESITATION think about like the great gift that I was given of letting go of so much of the programming of my %HESITATION how it was raised and I'm not saying that it was bad and I I love my parents I love my family I'm grateful for my family but I had to let go of all the beliefs that I took on of how it was supposed to be and there's a lot of emotional baggage and a lot of trauma underneath all of that that needs to be cleared and that is in that an important aspect of leadership it's an important aspect of right now you know who we choose to be in the scope of the era %HESITATION you know it's not even about being heart centered is being passed and said this point and you know following the what you're really lit up about %HESITATION because that's going to pave the way to making an impact and being of service %HESITATION because it's a whole new paradigm and we are just at the beginning of the whole new paradigm yeah and so what's going to carry the day is what we choose to really lean into and and my suggestion is that we lean into what lights us up what we're passionate about %HESITATION because that will attract people to us and what we do and what we offer and speaking of letting us out one of the things that I know about you is that your voice was affected with this fire I would love for you to share with the audience how your voice your singing voice your speaking voice all of it was truly affected and your journey in finding your voice because I think that's really important right now people need to find their voices but there's that they're scared in many ways can you share about that Kristen yeah I think much you know if you if you just look back on the last twenty or thirty minutes of our conversation the result of all the things that I let go of the things that I just stepped out of an old paradigm enabled me to bring so much more freedom and I've always been a very gifted singer from when I I was singing before I could speak but somewhere along the way I also picked up all the beliefs of %HESITATION you know not being us up full on professional opera singer and the technique is everything and all this baggage that took my love of singing so far away that I really wasn't singing and so on the other side of the fire I claims my ownership so two things you talked about the you know the net to the seat in the forest %HESITATION I identify as fire wheat and dragons on so that the food you know the the fire weed is as vibrant gorgeous hot pink flower that is one of the first things to come back to life and if you see it in the field it's astonishing after fire and it is only from a fire %HESITATION and then dragon saga mark my capacity to seeing intuitively and to sing and healing capacity and to seal saying from total freedom to let go of the technique of being an opera singer and just to tell the stories I just wanted to become a storyteller so that's been freed now too so %HESITATION yeah I hate when I go to the top of the mountain and I sitting and it reverberates around for miles and %HESITATION and that has also been on leased and the icing in ways that again I had judged before as not being enough and dot I don't really care anymore it's it's a gift that I have that should be expressed however it wants to be expressed and as you can see if you're watching the video the tears of just been flowing I've no idea why okay indeed just erupted because yeah yeah we all have a hard time imagining you're not singing you have a beautiful beautiful voice and thank you for having the courage in stepping into courage of being in and finding your voice again and just really just letting it out there and I know that you have %HESITATION if I'm not mistaken thank you have a couple of YouTube videos of you singing there are yeah if you go let's see go to Christine powers if you search the channel %HESITATION it's pretty interesting net now I've actually started doing really esoteric stuff which is %HESITATION again it's it's like have being classically trained you know singing Mozart Puccini and Verdi though it and the now %HESITATION singing you know stamping my feet on the ground and just you know these sounds to the mountains and to the earth it's really different %HESITATION so yeah I have a couple of videos up a couple meditations and Terry here's the latest thing I don't I don't even think you know this yet %HESITATION this is this is perfect for everybody listening as it you know very powerful business past and doing philosophers camp I I'm also looking at what brings me joy and what is of service right now and I am starting to do what I'm calling angelic lullabies which are actually to help people transition who are dying I have a gift to go in intuitively and see the landscape and then I sing into discord and blockages and all kinds of things and then a lullaby in an intuitive message comes through and to be honest I've been able to do this for years and years but I've never acknowledged it or brought it forward so with courage with an open heart with vulnerability it's like it's simple and it's profound and it's what my heart is being you know my heart is calling it forward and it brings me joy so that's you know that's the invitation that I think you and I can give to everybody is really what is what it what do you being called to do and and this also speaks to you know what lights you up right now and then the pivot will take care of itself the business structures the business structures and all of that your that's that's what that's not how you start that's how you you bring it forth but the starting is is in this New World in this new paradigm where rules have been stripped away agreements have been broken it's a whole new paradigms so when you want to be when you want to do how do you want to serve what brings you joy what a great way to end this episode thank you so much for green beans or showing up so authentically and then your integrity for sharing your very personal story allowing me to ask some questions that I know you didn't expect but I know you and I you're one of your one of my most interesting and deep friends and colleagues like Chrysler all right thank you so much for being here into the Reagan the possibilities are endless I hope you really took away from names that there really is a possibility and opportunity whenever there is a catastrophe there are always is that seed explodes out if we choose to allow it to I'm Terry will demean your host thank you for being here today and I look forward on behalf of Christina myself look forward to seeing you next time to your success See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.



Create Amazing Relationships
Jun 18 2020 27 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 18 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Roman Miranov on "Create Amazing Relationships”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life.__________________________________________________________________________________________________About Roman Miranov:Roman Mironov is a relationship coach in Toronto, Canada. He helps people create amazing and enviable relationships. Roman is all about teaching insanely actionable strategies that make relationships the No. 1 source of happiness in his clients' life. He has been into self-improvement for over a decade and brings his best ideas and tools to people he works with. Contact him for a relationship breakthrough session through his website: https://romanmironov.comWebsite URL:: https://romanmironov.comFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/roman.mironov.10Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/romanmironov/Twitter: https://twitter.com/romansmironovInstagram: https://twitter.com/romansmironovPinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/lifecoachtoronto/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTpjfwxdtmsJ78QiPGMrsOQ/__________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition__________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPT See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Digital Marketing Done Right
Jun 11 2020 50 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 17 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews David Somerfleck on "Digital Marketing Done Right”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life.ABOUT David SomerfleckDavid Somerfleck is a digital marketing and business growth expert with over 20 years' experience working for multiple marketing agencies and 10 years' experience as a nonprofit small business mentor. He is also the author of "The Road to Digital Marketing Profits.Website URL:: https://dms.blueFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/dmsblueLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/somerfleck/Twitter: https://twitter.com/dmsblue01Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/dmsbluedigital/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCypF0s-KPKzF_UFm92mGdaA__________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition_________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPTwelcome everyone to awaken the possibilities I'm your host Terry willdemann. we have an episode I think you're going to find quite fascinating I've never had anyone like this often behind shell and all my guests are unique in their own right and David Sommerfleck is definitely unique which I spent sometime talking before the show and as you can see he's all dressed in blue from the water bottle to the students in the classes so that your bones are going to be talking about that because it's really in the libel or David came to me through he reached out to me to be honest as I thought okay let's check it out and you know what is really really cool so I hope you find what he has to offer the meeting as I do so let's talk a little bit about David David in MA where are you he is a digital marketing and business growth expert with over twenty years of experience working for mobile marketing agency years experience as a nonprofit small business mentor he is also the author of the road to digital marketing one of the banks it's not in his bio which I can share with you it back he also work for RT to sort certified small business for score mentor and he worked with hundreds of business owners of every color line so because of that loves working with entrepreneurs and business owners with it which is what you are my waking the possibilities audience your entrepreneurs you are business owners and we are going through right now like we've never seen before Mr so it is time to get someone inside was welcome to the show David stark black thank you for having me I really appreciate it well now that I check not now that I I have mentioned about the blue talk to me about the blue I love it well basically blue's my favorite colour but basically %HESITATION a couple years ago I kind of I'm semi retired I don't want to say I'm retired because I still enjoy working with people but you need more scaled back approach but I decided to kind of take a step back from my last business and change things and so I wanted a new way of marketing and branding myself and I thought well you know what I'm gonna be really back to basics yeah I used my initials in my favorite color so my business is G. M. S. dot blue by website is T. M. S. dot blue when I meet people in marketing or ugh skews me networking groups about how can I reach you what's what's really easy you see the little white bar at the top of your browser type in DMS dot blue in they they can't believe it because it's a very on nontraditional %HESITATION website address or domain name %HESITATION but also I was never the best dresser yeah my wife was much smarter than me one day just said well look you know I lost some weight I need to get some new clothes %HESITATION and she's like look just get get get new clothes in your favorite color and I thought that's genius my favorite color is blue %HESITATION just where everything blue all the time yeah it makes it easy to market because people know me there is a tall skinny bald headed guy use glue what's my business Lou DMS dot blue what are my initials so it kind of goes in to get out there in syncs up together it makes things much more simple in in a way it's also very very authentic and the other piece about blue is from a spiritual perspective working with the truck rests yes the energy centers in the body the rent is due yes are you telling me that and %HESITATION I think that's very very interesting and really very appropriate because that's what I'm about is speaking truth to power to business owners entrepreneurs nonprofit founders speaking truth to power to them and then letting them decide you know now it's time for you to speak your truth I love it absolutely love it so David one of the things about branding is you're talking about symmetry and being authentic right okay so for me that is a huge thing is being authentic and being you know as a business owner as an entrepreneur we need to really be true to ourselves however I find that a lot of us have a challenge with that ma'am I'm gonna ask you I'm going to share this story with your personal story just to get your perspective because I think we need to hear that using the angels on the back these are my angels you just have been a part of my life forever and I love having them back there and they have my back so I can have it back to you with my clients on the internet or whoever it is that I'm interacting with on my computer monitor and and people that I have worked with the person however there are folks that's who I am that's part of my brand to weaken the possibilities sure awaken the possibilities is all about they help me do that they help me work with everybody but there are people who are really uncomfortable with my having my angels on the back end I need to have a green screen and I should have something else on the back blah blah blah blah blah and I'm like you know it doesn't Florida doesn't feel authentic to me destroying them right I'm curious I am not the only entrepreneur has those challenges so can you speak about as a branding and digital marketing experts sure absolutely %HESITATION you know if you're looking for and I don't know if this is good video or audio but if this video you can look behind me and you can see that I have a picture of Buddha how do I. video and audio yeah so I have %HESITATION poster Buddha on the wall of my office now I probably need to put more holes in the wall because on the other side of a signed letter from which an autographed photo rather in the letter from the Dalai Lama %HESITATION in a lot of other things are autographed photo judge Judy and some other stuff I could put up there but I also have a little statue Shakespeare in the behind me is basically things that make me feel good yeah reinforced who I am as a person and and just the things I like that I gravitate toward so %HESITATION you know if you watch a lot of webinars a lot of podcasts today especially now %HESITATION you see a lot of people speaking behind book shelves or even having obviously %HESITATION forty backgrounds is a better term I know I personally just leave the yourself no more in touch you are with yourself the better off you'll be but it's not easy it's it's difficult %HESITATION and the thing is the irony is if you are a business professional with any length of time or service provider like a psychologist or psychiatrist or therapist because it's it's very easy to look at other people and diagnose issues and solutions it's very easy but to do it for yourselves it's it's very difficult so I've always struggled with branding for myself yeah what should I. S. C. O. B. for me in terms of who I can help who I want to work with that's very difficult but I can very easily look at someone else and say this is what your SCO should be just what your marketing should be and everything else because of course I can look at them just totally right yes exactly I can't really do look at myself objectively without a lot of preconditioning but I think it's very important to be as authentic as you can good looking in the mirror that's it I call that the inward journey right looking in the mirror yeah it is very difficult it's very challenging you know I read that right now %HESITATION what is it April seventh twenty twenty as of right now we have the code nineteen virus it's running roughshod through global economies and really making a lot of people either very very very ill or or causing many people to pass we prematurely and it's it's very difficult for a lot of people to stay home to be reflective you know I read about many people are having great issues staying home yes %HESITATION I've seen some really really you know horrible stories of people just can't handle being at home yeah they have a really hard time with that yeah and I thought I read that to the divorce rate is skyrocketing people living together fighting more %HESITATION and it's you know what can you do it's really important to be in touch with who you are if you can do it you know there's an old eagles song if you're you know the older guy like me called learn to be still and so you know I've learned a lot from Buddhism and Buddhism hoping to learn to be still at times I'm not perfect yeah it it all I get up every morning and make a list of things to do and I put things in structuring go from monthly weekly and then daily lists and I work from a very organized deliberate perspective but there are times when I also say it's time to just sit and be still for an hour one of the things I look at this it does make is an opportunity to refocus in a way I thought you know what Sunday's surely bad because as long as we have food were fine %HESITATION what was I really going to all these networking events four what did I accomplish if he's someone R. as in boot camps and workshops and I might have felt good speaking to a hundred people or something what all those one hundred people how many people really listen to you and act on what you suggest they might have paid X. amount of money to attend a digital marketing okay right for the sake of example I can't tell you how many boot camps and workshops are taught over twenty years in marketing how many people kept in touch with me afterwards how many people actually went out and did what I suggested in the said they were going to do and I would go and look a week later look him up online most %HESITATION we're going so you know in a way I look at this as an opportunity to refocus him re solidify the foundation get back to basics you know if I could show you the bookshelf right here you know %HESITATION I have a stack of books that you know these this is what I need to get through this long and then this month after that so I'm like a pig in mud is a city in the south it's a good opportunity to get back to studying the classics yeah I work on another book how cool is that yeah instead of just refocus yeah absolutely and I'm buying a break in the possibilities people have heard me say this over and over again I look at it as the manager was asking for and Matt and nat stands for nurture reshaped and posh so when you think about it if we pause and stop and take a real good look around we have an opportunity to really see what's working and what's not working the kids an opportunity it's where it's really up to us whether we're going to take that opportunity and how many of us going to go back to the old ways because my in business business has changed so much that I don't think there's going back to the old ways and if you don't ship your business you know the needs of the clients as they where they are moving towards now you will become obsolete many of them are becoming obsolete very very quickly very quickly if you look at %HESITATION what is it C. N. B. C. or the financial channels they tell you how many people are filing for unemployment across America business owners are going bankrupt right now %HESITATION my wife is telling me just this morning that %HESITATION the the very large bank Wells Fargo said we're no longer offering small business loans too bad really wow so it's it's it's extremely challenging time where I live in southwest Florida there are a lot of local mom and pop shops and small business owners I wish all of the war offering home delivery but I can honestly tell you I know most of them aren't I wish most of the more online in that they could take orders online for home delivery but I know most of them are in the world and they don't have much more time to give it not a lot of time today you can keep paying debt %HESITATION mortgage or rent it just not having customers coming in where you drop off so it's really important to be able to have it now is the time that pivoting peace can be very painful for people %HESITATION and give you an example of somebody who committed and was incredibly successful and I would love for you to comment on it afterwards because I I know that there or something and I need to give an example of a phenomenal I'm just and on a three day conference the conference was supposed to be in Montreal Canada yes and it got canceled the person who gave this conference I saw live in San Diego three years ago this person was on not doing it online and so many people that two hundred fifty people registered for Montreal I was not one of them because I had a I had other commitments here that I could not change that were very important to me and when the opportunity came they they had so many requests from around the world this two hundred and fifty people to check in online check in online check in online and he finally said okay I guess I'm going to do this within three weeks something he said he would never do never ever ever do in three weeks this team transformed I am put on okay online the bench for four hundred and fifty people okay and it was a nominal it didn't skip a beat I live in the great food but he always offered to me but it was phenomenal it it it and there was one word that I have to use to describe it the step that he took and the word was courage yeah can you talk about that sure absolutely there's so many different angles to discuss it from you know I %HESITATION there's %HESITATION website or business basically called meetup dot com which was a division of we work yes %HESITATION what's happening to we work right now I have no idea they're probably not doing very well because he rented out office space including working facilities so guess what you don't want to go to a physical office you want to work from home if you're poor will let you yeah most employers in the US are not skilled in that way and even if they could they want to be able to physically see you to know that you're working but recently meetup dot com which encourages people to literally meet up and go to networking groups and %HESITATION workshops boot camps things like that over the years I've had many many many digital marketing boot camps in marketing workshops through meetup %HESITATION I remember when I had my own a small agency I remember once we didn't have enough clients in the pipeline so I went to meetup dot com created a couple of daylong boot camps and I literally you don't pay the mortgage one in one month you know in one day you know so it's great but now you can't do that so I give them credit for being able to change direction very quickly and now if you go to well I think maybe it took them two or three weeks after the virus began to spread that they said look everything should be done online right now everything should be done online and you see more more people are going crazy using zoom while working from home read recently that the White House task force on supply chain someone had the corona virus so they said okay well we need to do everything remotely now so that's another great example being able to change direction very quickly are the small business owner I'm not sure does that mean for them that means if you own a yoga studio for example you should be able to use the video like we are right now yeah do you video classes offer podcasts is well Joe Biden the presidential candidate I read just started a podcast to try to reach more people because he's an older guy and doesn't want to install it so they're all doing it now you're all doing more more video more audio I don't reach and that's what everybody needs to do so whatever business you have and you can still be a million examples %HESITATION but I'd be happy to field them they all need to be changing how they approach doing business in how they market in marketing is to mean marketing is not a dirty word obviously marketing means reaching out to the other person and saying look here's what I do I could help you if you're interested are you interested do you need help or you know the things you don't understand that I can shed light on now then if you decide that you want help if you're ready for that we can move forward but if not that's okay god bless you have a nice day but to me that's what marketing needs and I'm I'm very very passionate about that because I've seen it used and misused so many times well I have to ask you this %HESITATION based on how you presented it one of the things that drives me absolutely ballistic David and I'm gonna get into the sales process because I I do what I just did a %HESITATION weapon are branding that were that were we talk about this scenario I'm gonna present you I go on to a platform it's a biz at B. two B. platform and somebody connects with me and I read their profile yes no yes no okay yes I accept them and out of the gate they're selling me yes on their product I do every day oh my gosh it drives me absolutely out of my mind it would be something that happens what do I do yeah well just last night I wrote back to somebody who did that and I said no thank you I only buy from those I know like and trust right now if you would like to have a networking conversation with me and having no page fifteen minute virtual convoy yeah well this is my link WWW dot copy with Jerry dot com and we can chat for fifteen minutes and I can get you know you know when you can get your name and then we'll see where it goes from there right out last night me I get that every day yeah I got all the time to drive me crazy yeah so you how would I handle that I can't tell you what I do when I got it depending on what mood I'm in usually what I do is I shake my head I just delete the message I did a lot I just can't believe it I it's spam I don't know the person they're not making any attempt to get to know me as a person exactly they don't know what my interests are or not yes you don't know what my needs are maybe I don't need financial planning for example maybe I just wanted to connect on linked in with a financial planner because I like some of your posts and I thought it would be good to grow that online and I've gotten like I said I get up every day usually I delete them %HESITATION there's a profound difference between posting content online yeah tempting to generate substantive conversation yeah and it's the same as going to a networking event only online how many networking events have we been to jail I'm sure this has happened to you too where you go to the personnel tell you one recent example I went to a chamber of commerce you judge maybe a month or two ago and so I went to the event and I look at what there is to eat to know what's going on and I'm probably in less than standing at a podium a pretty shy reserved person I and %HESITATION so I go there looking around for what there is to eat up standing behind all the ladies because I do not like protect me you know anyway I talked to people in this will what do you do and I say well I'm a digital marketing experts in you know business growth expert because that's basically what I do and %HESITATION that well I don't need any help by all right and then I go home I look at their business card or look at their website it might look first of all there's no way you're number one in Google there is no way he did you're maximizing your potential financially because you could be taking payments online you're not if I look you up and you look up your type of business in Google you're not number one so Avenue for employment for improvement yeah that's my point what is what is the reason and I and I do believe that this is actually very true because of experience that messed up people they say oh I don't need it only because it's a financial thing they put money person they think you're gonna cost a lot of money before even having a conversation with well let's talk about it %HESITATION part of it I think in in again this is what I did several months ago and now if I were to go to a beauty business networking event %HESITATION chamber luncheon or what have you and I really should be going to them anymore it's not a good use of time for that matter but if if I do go I wouldn't say I'm a digital marketing expert and the reason for that is I think it many many times people focusing on tools and not objectives yes yes yes they obsess over the type of phone now what are you going to say to the other person and how would you say it what we you talk about so that's one the other point is %HESITATION I'm having a senior moment the other point was from can you help me I'm having well well here's what's happening to me here's what I'm saying and by may jump and you had your phone up your phone is below can you pick up your water bottle water bottles blow so I could see if I were to connect you with you let let's let's do a networking piece together sure we're connecting with you at a networking event and I would see you and I see that you are all blue and I see that your phone is glue and I see that you're you know get you pull this water bottle out of this bag hello I will come back to you and say okay I'm curious what's visible loop bank and what all of your with me right you're tempting to build rapport to stimulate conversation because yeah everybody has a connection by doing asking that question you brought it back %HESITATION back on track again yeah basically we all have potential connections but because people have a tendency to look at what's in it for me or they look at the tools rather than the objectives we lose focus we look for things to compartmentalize it so how would I handle that I would say %HESITATION thank you for asking and you know here's my background like we did at the beginning of right and %HESITATION that's still a little room play here because I sure but I understand that if that's okay with you sure sure %HESITATION I come up to you right right I love this blue thing that's going on with you know what is all about it seems like it's almost part of a part of the brand's right and I would say %HESITATION yes thank you so much here's what I do here's why I do it you know the blue is just a visual representation %HESITATION it's my favorite color body so I have to wear clothes when I go talk to people how I choose to guard myself the emotionally mentally and also helps people feel at ease which is very important yeah because I know the color blue is about confidence competence and credibility so you got it all over you is very important you know so I'm curious obviously this is part of it so again this is me a role playing David so I'm curious this is part of your brand yes okay so how is a part of your brand tell me more yeah it's part of my brand in so far as to color for all the marketing collateral it gives it a visual uniformity and also ease sinking up if you will with me basically you know the central focus or driver of the business also how I want people to feel at ease and relaxed okay in a to help them so but how do you help people what is it that you do right exactly and how I help people is by helping them ignite growth in their businesses but how do you do that well what is it you right we use a broad spectrum of tools digital marketing what I like to call boots on the ground marketing or old school marketing is well as current consulting I was really bored yeah if you Google the term digital transformation that's really the best representation of what I do where digital transformation is basically taking the business in saying how can we use modern technology to help you operate more efficiently to reduce overhead to increase revenue %HESITATION they just operate on a higher level across the board so that a local mom and pop business can work in a very very very streamlined organized way like an enterprise level business wide which enterprise business would prob I think they are wrong fifty employees or more okay so hearing you say is if I work with you to help me brand my business and being a digital marketer ran my business online you're going to save me time and money by getting me out there in the streamlined way why would be a part of it in another part another part of it is also helping you get to the top of Google and also be more heavily advertised in the appropriate channels for you well I would love to meet up for a Cup of coffee with you to see where we can take that so can you can we can I can I have your business card sure here you go thank you so much right here in obviously you don't yeah and if I don't have a business card I would just say look me up online D. M. S. dot blue in it also helps people remember that and retain it more because those are my initials it's what I do all I remember the color right so what else multiple avenues so I hope people %HESITATION and audience I hope you learned a little bit about that you know from a networking perspective and ask what was the one thing I did I kept asking open ended questions that's right I can ask open ended questions what credit which camp and getting you to answer me back yeah you know tell you when I meet people at networking events and they do come to me with that energy I always find it very very endearing I always find it very engaging I also say to the %HESITATION thank you so much let's sit down let me get a Cup of tea or something and really talk to you %HESITATION you know like an adult like a caring human being whereas if you get something from linked in or meet up or whatever %HESITATION lined a ball there's a million of them now if people try to shove their business down your throat it is very obvious that there you know when they come across like a huckster game show host or something and you just feel like you know I don't have time for this so you're not an individual level when I talk to people I just say tell me what it is you're trying to achieve and why you know do we have you know a half hour of your time to really talk about this yes all and so important yeah I've gotten so many phone calls were people I am not kidding I've had people call me to see how much how much is a website how much is SCO how much is he commerce service was Sir ma'am how much is a car I don't know what your destination is I don't know what you're trying to achieve I don't know if you want your road to be rocky or if you wanted to be comfortable I don't know if you want to give people the appearance of being classy and refined in X. for Taylor what you don't care what your appearance is and you don't care for example if your website works on modern phones are not so I can't tell you how much anything is into %HESITATION a we can talk about this being a service and you having objectives is that makes sense and if they say no %HESITATION or they get angry I said well god bless you have a nice day you're probably not a good fit I wish you all the best there are probably other people could help you probably won't be me have a nice day don don't have time for that I'm not twenty one but if they say yeah all you know I really want to talk about that like what you did then I see that's great we could probably make some headway with us let's talk about what really is the matches in the in the relationship yeah and that's what it is it's real it's really is about the match and your name yeah so what I'm going to share with your audience is please if it's about money when you're interacting with somebody that's not gonna work yeah it's about sharing and it's just about being really interested in helping the other person sixteen there's an energy there so sharing and authenticity comer for prosperity so in order to get prosperity it's about sharing first being opened checking your sharing in the prosperity will low afterwards to put it ahead of the other two it does not work and you know that David absolutely I could agree with you more Anders also synergy home you know before we began talking online and in two audio we were talking about your angels in the boot on the background and everything %HESITATION then you did exactly what you just demonstrated right it's so important to establish tech communication first report reporter exactly before you try to do things on a business level because if you don't have that report you really can't get people on the same page with you in if you're a business owner or entrepreneur or nonprofit founder whatever you need experienced professionals to work with you who can understand what you're trying to do and why you know why it's so important you can outsource everything you can do everything for the cheapest price will you be costing yourself much more in the long run you know for sound difference there what are the challenges that a lot of entrepreneurs have is they feel they need to do everything on their own yes yes they don't have the cash to be able to pass a decree ended June what are your thoughts about that David because I know %HESITATION that's something that I talk a lot about with my own clients that the gene is so important so that you can focus on working on your genius well there's some really good points to touch on there %HESITATION so you talked about team and you talked about D. I. Y. which is huge in in marketing so you know every day I always see this on forms as you would imagine there is wicks and we believe in squarespace in just to print ten wordpress dot com wordpress dot org what's the difference what do I do and people are overwhelmed by tools meanwhile the objective remains completely blurred yeah that's one of the reasons why I wrote my book the road to digital marketing profits because I found so many people obsessing over tools in prices but not looking at objectives and goals I want to be a better husband I want to be able to provide for my wife my family more effectively but my business I have a website that looks awful nobody looks at I don't get any phone calls how do you measure success in digital marketing are you getting more phone calls and emails every day if the answer is no then you're not really really really bare bones simple and that's where you need the team part and so how do you find the people to work with you build a report like what you were doing you build the communication but you also look for experienced professionals who know what they're doing and have expertise in care about you and say look you know I really want to do well for you let's talk about rules of engagement or just terms or you know before a little let's really make sure that we have everything together before we jump into this because I really want to hit a home run you know %HESITATION so you really want to people to go over that with you whatever it is that you're doing whether it's marketing or looking for however I know and that's really really important %HESITATION I C. D. I. Y. every single day and it's always we're not getting enough phone calls we're not getting any emails what we do I'll give you a great example if I can place my wife was going in for cancer treatment and I had scheduled in a consulting appointment with a lawyer I schedule this like weeks before I found out right so to say I was stressed out was an understatement yeah I'm sure and I was waiting for her in the car because I did want to go in I knew what was gonna happen and I thought if I go in I'm gonna be really really nervous I'm just gonna get in the way of things and there's really nothing for me to do because you're going to go in the waiting room then you're gonna go inside where I can't go anywhere what a radiation can go underneath right so I waited in the car that particular time and I'm like let's call this lawyer you know what we can call our house stole stressed out from this you can imagine I called Robert Joseph hi this is David I know we schedule the point just ask whatever you want you know answer all of your questions with total honesty sincerity because the truth is I did tell you this but you just look I don't need the money I do it because I love the work and I can you know I do can I help you of course I can I know I can I'm no doubt I know I could help her like I knew on ball okay and some sitting in the car and then like even even going through what I was going to I know I could help because I've already looked at our website amid this is a troll shoes there's no way for people to contact you or four doesn't work it doesn't look professional at all yeah ads for your competitors on the bottom it looks awful course I can help you plus you can put all your bookkeeping online yet as there's many things you can do and so I just thought I'll answer your questions so I'm waiting in the car an hour later she's done asking me questions we're both exhausted she told me you know what I was stressed out in anxious before I talk to you more stressed out now I was getting ready to just go get a job at Starbucks give up practicing law because no one's calling me and I said I'm really sorry you feel that way I'm going to a lot of stress right now with my wife going to cancer treatment I just want to answer all your questions it is honest as I could if by doing so I did you a disservice because I gave you all this information you asked me about all these tools and expose it makes no sense it it in context yeah she doesn't know what SCO is she doesn't know how to program the SCO she doesn't run into her Rick's or we believe are squarespace or whatever and they're not made for that right they're made for hobbyists and so %HESITATION I just said well I'm sorry you know we just couldn't connect if you want to get back in touch with me in a month or two I'd love to talk to you again if you don't want to I understand I wish you a Lotta luck and if you decide to go work at Starbucks good luck do you know with with that learning how to be a very stuck yeah and it's a shame I'm barrister to restart yeah it's it's it's yeah exactly it's a shame because all that specialized knowledge it is just going to waste so that was a prime example of D. I. Y. not working and I've had probably a dozen interactions with lawyers in particular just like that it's a quiet back no I don't expect you to she's overwhelmed she's completely lost in a sea of tools and bright shiny objects where is the objective getting more of the right types of clients we never talk about that she should have asked me that instead she's asking me how can I do it all by myself yeah free website which is not going to do it right now it's like throwing a computer it's someone in signal beat a web developer so the bottom line we've gone way over but this is been such an interesting conversation the bottom line is as entrepreneurs it truly is important for us to create a team around us that supports us yet the accountant general ledger accountant get what you forget the accountant to do that side of the house get a webmaster somebody who really knows what they're doing yeah this issue media directors that they really know what they're doing and you go and you do what you need to do to step into your zone of genius and username geniuses are challengers under genius is where people are waiting out there for and I'm gonna share with you what I share with my clients who are you as an entrepreneur to not own who you are number one and have the courage to be who you are hold me in completely with the team behind you with the courage to step forward because your tribe is waiting for you so if you're not doing everything possible to help get you out there the way you need to pay you're letting your tribe down you're letting the people down or waiting for your brilliant yes I I couldn't agree with you more %HESITATION and I would only add to that %HESITATION you know how can you tell an experienced professional from the neighborhood hobbyist is look for testimonials and references from yeah fiable sources it's huge a big big big deal that is a big I I take a lot of pride in their own right people's names and their phone numbers even or references for me the people ask for references I asked why aren't you don't you care about that you know if you go to a doctor you see certificates U. C. degree you you look them up online is the reviews if you go to a mechanic you look for the certificate or degree your casual college they attended you look at the reviews online you see a lot of other cars in the parking lot well when they work with an accountant or digital marketing expert a lot of cases we don't how much okay we'll work with that person they offered to help me for fifty dollars good luck the way to do it I got it I got it I hope my audience gets it I do David I would love can you reach back and grab your Buck you may have to take your headset off I would let you share your book online sure give me one minute I'm gonna go ahead and get all those listening I'm gonna get up and show it to the camera yes please the headphone back on here so I can hear you we hear you great just finally and now here is a closer closer closer closer closer closer closer closer you know to follow the road to gyms in digital marketing profits you are and where can we get a hold of apple here's the ISBN you can purchase on Amazon dot com by taking up the TV title you can also go to my website and click on Amazon logo and it is basically a work book it's a very non conventional book about digital marketing that takes the perspective of let's see that you're a total beginner your small business owner nonprofit founder whatever you're completely new to digital marketing in you're overwhelmed by all the extra SCO content marketing methods you're overwhelmed by how do I get from point a to point B. they're calling me they're emailing me every day I have people who I would want to work with and they want to work with me or you want to walk into a credit union or bank and take out a loan and you want to have a plan to show them how you will make money with your business he had used digital marketing because they won last night at a business plan so that's all in that workbook when I when I start on page one they go all the way through it at the beginning you're getting in the car it literally says getting in the car and then at the end of your thirty do your destination very very nice sounds really exciting and incredibly helpful tool for anybody still kept in growing a business so David what parting words do you have what what is your favorite piece of advice to get involved because that are I think it's really to stand up for what you believe in and your own true voice be true to yourself and don't act from a place of fear one of my favorite quotes is from the late great activist Malcolm X. who said if we do not stand for something we may fall for anything yeah he certainly %HESITATION represented that concept in his life and so I believe in representing that idea in what I do you know as a consultant and so I would give that message to people listening or watching thanks to B. B. really heartfelt don't give up on what you believe just take a very deliberate structured organized perspective build the foundation first another great quote from Henry David Thoreau wrote Walden said build your castles and therefore that is where they belong now leave your foundation did we set so that's my advice for business owners in general thank you so very much speak our but don't give up I appreciate your time with us today we can we can the possibilities finance you can find out more about how David add DMS dark blue and we will have all of his social media links underneath the the websites are not the website his name on the awaken the possibilities dot com website so thank you so much David for being here to my waking the possibilities audience you know that intuitive leadership university is going to be launching soon we have the leadership within the business %HESITATION and a life prison school we're starting with the leadership with all also I would like you to join my Facebook group Facebook dot com forward slash route over splash all weekend the possibilities so on behalf of David and angel behind me hi your best week ever and we will see you in the next episode to your success everybody See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Awaken The Possibilities: Create Prosperity Using The Power of Confidence and Service
Jun 04 2020 53 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 16 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Roger Salam on "Create Prosperity Using The Power of Confidence and Service”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life.ABOUT Roger SalamRoger Salam is an award-winning inspirational speaker, best-selling author and global Mastermind leader. He facilitates world-class mastermind events all across the globe that accelerate, amplify & maximize business & life.The National Academy of Best-Selling Authors awarded him “Thought Leader of the Year” award. He’s also the founder of Equity & Help Utah, LLC which is a turnkey Real Estate investing, Inc 500 fastest growing company with clients in 13 countries. His mission is to help 100,000 low-income families achieve homeownership through the exclusive PhilanthroInvestor program while giving investors passive residual income at 8 to 12% ROI in a safe & secure way backed by real assets.He has delivered over 10,000 professional talks in North & Central America, Middle East, Europe & Asia. He’s originally from Bangladesh and has 3 lovely daughters. His mission is to empower entrepreneurs to ACHIEVE FINANCIAL FREEDOM AND LEAD A PURPOSE-DRIVEN, FULFILLING & HAPPY LIFE!Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rogersalam/__________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition_________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPThttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1xd0PZidZmE290sPzOwwFUS5_0DiLbrLxcIL7aC6t2Ds/edit?usp=sharing See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Looking For and Creating The Opportunities in Your Business and Life
May 28 2020 35 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 15 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Tony Hoffman on Looking for and creating the opportunities in your business and life”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life.__________________________________________________________________________________________________About Tonya HoffmanCEO & Founder of the Public Speakers AssociationCEO & Co-Founder of BeeKonnectedGlobally Sought-After SpeakerCover of 5 MagazinesBest Selling Author of 8 International BooksWinner of Multiple National and International Industry and Association AwardsHost of Tonya Hofmann’s Wow TV ShowWebsite URL:: https://beekonnected.comFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/tonyahofmannLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonyahofmannTwitter: https://twitter.com/tonyahofmannInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/tonya_hofmann/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/tonyahofmann_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry WildemannTerry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPT See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


How to Start & Stay in Business
May 21 2020 22 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 14 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Joe DiChiara on "How to Start & Stay in Business”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ABOUT Joe DiChiaraJoe DiChiara is an entrepreneur with a CPA license. He has worked with thousands of business owners over a 35 year career providing simple bookkeeping through complex IRS tax audits.It troubled him that most new businesses fail and was determined to find out why. In 2010, after reading “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace Wattles and “Law of Success” by Napoleon Hill he got his answer.Success starts with Mindset, a subject they don’t teach in CPA school. He learned that this was the true culprit on top of an overly complex system making it nearly impossible to succeed in business. Joe’s primary purpose is to teach the fundamental principles of success combined with the practical knowledge acquired as a CPA. By providing business coaching combined with affordable accounting and tax services he is helping stem the tide of new business failures._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPTwelcome everyone to this episode of remaking the possibility I'm your host Terry Wildemann and I'm the owner of intuitive leadership and intuitive leadership university that is going to be launching in just a few short weeks we will have three schools the business with them all the leadership within the school and the light with the ball is going to be a little bit of something for all of you who are entrepreneurs aren't you need our address here is your wheel of life we've been through com is a low so that you can become a non operable resilient you're the leader who is also a practical business Mr we need your folks we need you to step up and to answer your calling and if you're listening to this chances are you're one of the folks that this show is all about have a very special guest his name is Joe did Ciara hello John how are you yeah Joe is a consumer who transformed into a CPA and what he does today is help small business owners really start off with the solid foundation but I'm gonna stop there gonna ask Joe Joe would you share with us how you created this transformation from entrepreneur to CPA now helping small business owners I would love to Terry you know I don't believe that entrepreneurism made I mean I think you can learn business skills and start a business and be successful but some of us myself included are worn this way I used to think I had some kind of virus because I was doing all kinds of crazy thanks it started when I was ten years old that's as far back as I can when I started actually intentionally stop trying to make money for myself and it was pretty interesting because what I did was I set up a casino in my drive ten years all it was awesome it was awesome one of my friends and me and I made like three dollars and fifty five cents and that was a lot of money seven and from that moment on getting the job like my %HESITATION everyone in my family it just wasn't an option never answered my mom and when I was seventeen my father thinking that you know all these kids on the wrong track %HESITATION wasn't hanging out right around and he was right he he we were at a family barbecue and he pointed to one of the guys who sit back as she yes and this is what the what the heck is a seat yeah Mr will they start businesses business owners go to the vice presidents of companies and from that moment this is what I'm going to be a CPA and I never thought twice about I became a CNA not because I wanted to be an actor I want to learn about this one person that is really wonderful more details about how you felt this is true that well since twenty five years you know I felt actually like a fish out of water to be honest as an entrepreneur in the CPA soon it was like confining I was in a in a cubicle and was confined may it was more confined for the people that I was working because they expected an accountant that was just going to you know fill out the forms and and help them reconcile the bank accounts and I okay I'm sorry okay per cluster yes exactly I I I felt like a and I wasn't going to be what she saw always dog down with my clients and then I would ask them like what exactly are you trying to tell you you know this isn't working you know what we thank you how are you marketing your product what probably you saw they expect those questions from I don't but that was the entrepreneurial side we so about ten years ago I came across a book called the science of getting rich and that changed my whole perspective about business and life what Wallace Wallace shared well is that there is enough resources on the planet so that everyone can be rich and all they had to do was change from thinking about the problems thinking about the solution I think our own will need to hear that again the difference the true way to success is to thank success not competition who's gonna put me out of this let me give you now let me put out a better price you're not there that's not what makes people successful and from there I picked up the Polly hill's first war of success and he went into it from another standpoint he dug deeper into what you know if you don't know who to call in help was he interviewed thousand people over over twenty five years he had argued the most famous successful people of art and he broke it down to seventeen different principles and none of them had to do with creating a business plan right now all of them do it creating a business plan but because I know you're going to share yes then actually he does have a business plan and this is what I what I teach you what's called a definite chief fans and all it is three paragraph statement that describes each what you gonna do now how are you gonna do and what the result is well it's it's powerful and it works well there is a book draw how many people have you worked with that have succeeded using your formulas hundreds but you know to be honest with I I don't know because just like my father planted the seed in my head when I was seventeen and I resented him for twenty five years this is what exactly would you do to me why did you not you know who tricked me into becoming out so I'll look at it as I'm just planted seeds now those students might not take root for years you know I look at it like damn bro you know damn movie could be watering is I think it takes five year before even sprouts and then all of a sudden it's fifteen all so I don't I don't really measure success in in terms of how many people became millionaires you know based on what I've done I'm sure if I just hope somebody a tiny bit if I just open the door for them sorry to be open minded you know to make them to help them look at what they're doing and they're not getting the right results and maybe they need to change Stockton if I can do that maybe that's a success can you share your %HESITATION your favorite client with ensuring their name can you share a story of how you were able to turn the business around my favorite client would be may really mopar %HESITATION yeah because I have the story you know and if you look at the quality inn no this is a book he wrote called out winning the job oh my god what is that amazing and I read that book only because he tells my story wow the guy was the godfather of success and if you look at his life he failed miserably time and time again until one day he woke up he said maybe they should apply these principles a cell and that's what I've been doing this for ten years I've completely turned my business around not just financially you know financial success in the war like I said everybody should be wretch we all can be rich you're rich isn't only measured in terms of dollars and when I wake up today I love what I'm doing I I I believe I am helping change lives one mmhm when you folks that this book outwitting the devil what was the last locally in hill's book and it was a hidden manuscript for many many years up until fairly recently and it %HESITATION Boeing has wife actually asked him not to publish it after she read it she was very very scared of what was in the box and then it got the police foundation had it and it wasn't until certain people passed away that they felt that it was time to finally published book and the reason why is because this book has Hey it's great for the practical meant yeah right the business mistake because you are literally having a dialogue with yourself in a very deep way and he called the other party the devil so he was having a dialogue with the devil who is trying to stop sabotage sabotage not sometimes that's happened charger so you're not waiting the devil it's about out waiting match side Abbas who does want to stop sabotage and it was that book out within the devil in my perspective is probably of all of his books the most powerful of all it was his last book and he even commented that it was the most powerful boss of the fact that you read that book incorporated that book into who you are says so much about you and yes I can see how in the last ten years it transformed you into who you are that happens well business congratulations because it really is an amazing thank you thank you so much and yes it is powerful and it shows how far ahead of its time US if you look at the larger six us this guy was talking about quantum physics what he was talking about quantum physics because what he said basically in a nutshell was the power of positive thinking I was taught when I was three years all our positive thank you know but when you told something and it's it seems like it's obscure OR and once you start practicing it it is you know it's like the whole universe opens up and you realize that you we have unlimited power to do any I'm a fan of Marianne Williamson I don't know if your arms are it she has yes Marianne Williamson has an arm that I do when I I listen to it almost every day for years and what she says in a nutshell is what holds back is what we think is no she says what holds us back is our fear but the sheer isn't what we think is the fear is that we are powerful beyond measure and when we put our minds to it we can do anything N. when I looked at that I said you know what this may this was me continually shot myself in the foot urgent message success because I do not want that responsibility I didn't want people looking to me for guidance you know and it was deep seated I didn't realize I had to do a deep dive into my soul and my heart and say why is this happening you know what are they saying the the definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results and yes all these little things Harry although it's hardly just order in adding up I can't say it was like an overnight transformation in fact I'm still being transferred this R. yeah well anybody you know I'm so glad you brought that up because there are so many people who said %HESITATION when I become a light when I become a liking then I in the last twenty years I've been telling them they realize that alignment is everything okay we're growing every single day we're going to be what we're going to be getting on line the today we croak eight all of a sudden you're work that way you know one of the things I I teach my clients is you know well and I had this later when I get in here that's still be successful it can travel all over the world L. as well where is here we're what do we mean by here because you have to remember I work massively wealthy he I mean massive I mean clients are to write a check for millions of dollars and actually clear and other than it was years correct I'm really involved with it's not going to clear yeah you can clear I'd like to share something that then I saw it early in my career yeah really puzzled hi I understand slowly now I have a client who's worth over ten million dollars on restaurants have money he every time I thought he had ever known these children despise %HESITATION they couldn't wait for him to die again is mine and that broke his heart he was the main guy he yelled he wasn't happy and then I have another client a family that they live from week to week three young children and they would come in every year to do their taxes and they were happy you know say Hey let's figure out how much you owe the iris this year and how much you know we'll have to make another payment arranged that puzzle how is that they don't have any money they're happy that I should salute happiness isn't money it can and like this twenty five year I tried to figure that out I want to be happy but I want a lot of money so it's a lot easier to be happy when when you have money so I share that with you know just to point out that if you think you're gonna be you're gonna get rich and be happy it's it's not gonna happen there's a lot of rich you miserable what moment traction in your you have your well before if you want lots of money got a needle like you have money first and be in gratitude and appreciation of what you already have it's a lot of traction what you focus on art comes about you know and beat that that's a real big thing in in this energy our of prosperity it's about being grateful for what you already have first all it you're practically already great well you're already happy you are already in this knowing open space but if you're constantly when I get rich when I get rich when I have money it's outside of you it here it's about bringing it in Hearst owning it we look at all the people who win lotteries lab water resented the broke within a year why that's a fact what about all the rock stars and sports people together all of a sudden they get this well and they don't know what to do with and it's it's heartbreaking because it destroys people that weren't ready for that range that harks wasn't weren't ready for exactly right there wasn't it wasn't so much that they weren't ready for it they didn't know how to be ready for yes there you have to know that how peace and integrated inside and so many folks a mystery after story after story of people who are earning lots and lots of money and yeah you're right the lottery things of this and people don't realize this right just so many lottery winner won millions of dollars a couple years later they're rock and thank there was a guy that actually won the lottery twice in one groups whites so it goes you know back to what I was saying about with success comes responsibility and sometimes the responsibility I believe can be overwhelming on that note %HESITATION overwhelming responsibility what is it back how can people find you so that you can help them with growing their business from the financial side of the house what does a lot of ways to find him on Facebook at you can go to my website and recklessness builders dot com and you can book a free chat with me I'm with Joe dot com N. or you can email me Joe at bedrock business builders and I respond very quickly if somebody's in need you know that's my job just you know get back to them and and see how I can be of service well no you aren't working I just wanna thank you so much for being on the show tonight are you have sure although a lot of information with our audience will weaken the possibilities audience to my audience if you would like to get more into a database type thing please join me awake in the possibilities group on Facebook you can also connect with me every working man on Facebook as well as on linkedin Twitter Pinterest and on gosh Instagram you gotta get a loner yeah thank you very much for being here today thank you for educating the record the possibility our audience well I really appreciate your time thank you to my audience for being here and listening I'm enjoying and taking on this information to help you grow in mind body and spirit I'm your host your woman and I look forward to seeing you again next time it Kerr See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Awakening The Possibilities: Calm and Healthy in Trying Times with Emotional Freedom Technique
May 15 2020 42 mins  
n episode 13 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Deborah Miller on how to be "Calm and Healthy in Trying Times with Emotional Freedom Technique.” Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life.__________________________________________________________________________________________________About Deborah MillerDeborah D. Miller has a PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology and is a Trainer and expert in EFT Tapping. She is also a Life Transformed CoachTM and internationally-renowned author.Deborah guides people to gently release their learned beliefs, habits, patterns and traumas in favor of healthier choices that create calm, joy, and inner peace. Her unique blend of energy psychology, science, and spirituality enables her to explain, apply and teach easily learned principles that provide relief and hope, even in traumatic situations.Deborah is the author of the “The Dragon with Flames of Love: Helping Children with Serious Illness Improve the Quality of Their Lives,” dedicated to empowering anyone faced with the challenge of a serious illness to find relief and peace. She has recently co-authored “Emotional First-Aid for Children” to help adults help children prevent challenging events from having traumatic effects using practical strategies and techniques.Website URL:: DeborahMiller.orgFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/deborah.millerLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deborah-miller-9403b3/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ddmiller777__________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Selling With Intuition, Spirit and Heart
May 07 2020 34 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE. In episode 12 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Joe Nunziata on "Intuition and Spirituality in Selling”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ABOUT Joe NunziataJoe Nunziata is a best-selling author, business consultant, professional speaker and life coach. He has been delivering his life-changing message at events and seminars since 1992. His enlightening programs are a unique blend of spirituality, psychology, philosophy and the power of internal energy.Joe teaches that to make permanent changes you must clear your negative energy and break destructive patterns of behavior at the core level. This transformational process creates new energy and beliefs designed to help you achieve sustained, positive growth in all areas of your life.He has appeared on many television and radio programs including Good Day New York and Street Talk on Fox TV, Gaiam TV, Cablevision News 12, Better TV, The Braveheart Network and various radio stations across the country.Books include: soon to be released, Heal the Deal, Chasing Your Life, Karma Buster, Spiritual Selling, Finding Your Purpose and No More 9 to 5Website URL:: http://joenunz.comFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JoeyNunziata/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joenunziata/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoeNunziata YouTube: http://ashotofjoe.com ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.  Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPTwelcome everyone to this episode of awaken the possibilities I'm your host Terry will demand the owner and founder of intuitive leadership and the host of this specific podcast this is my third podcast tonight my third podcast that I've created not the third episode that they're not read it and I love bringing so many wonderful people to share their wisdom with you today I have an old to a special person John and Jana and John I have been friends since two thousand seven two thousand eight when he wrote his first book spiritual selling Joe has a magnificent way of seeing business and helping you grow your business and that's what we're going to be talking about today today's topic is elevate your energy and elevate your business so a little bit about your out Joe is a best selling author business consultant professional speaker and life coach is been delivering his life changing message at events and seminars since nineteen ninety two is enlightening programs are unique blend of spirituality spirituality psychology philosophy and the power of internal energy you are speaking my language channel your teachers that to make permanent changes you must clear negative energy and break destructive patterns of behaviour at the core level this transformational process creates new energy and believes designed to help you with changes sustained how's it have growth in all areas of your life he has appeared on many television and radio programs including good day New York and straight talk on fox TV Gaiam TV Cablevision is twelve better to be the Braveheart networking various radio stations across the country books include soon to be released you know the deal chasing your life karma busters %HESITATION just calling finding your purpose and no more in nine to five N. he is also a faculty member for the soon to launch intuitive leadership university and the business school welcome to awaken the possibilities Mister Joe hi how are you Terry I'm doing really really well considering a lot of the insanity that is going on in the world right now yes yes you know it's for those of us who have worked from home for a long time I'm not so sure that the access is deeply as those who are just learning how to work from home which can bring up all kinds of new challenges new opportunities and new feelings and emotions that you haven't felt before and that for entrepreneurs who are doing this for the first time can be really challenging can we talk such a match I love to hear your thoughts on it yeah I mean I you know you and I've been doing this for a long time working from home so with that you know I mean I'm a little home a little more because I do a lot of speaking and stuff like that but I do work a lot from home so for many many years so %HESITATION for for me you know and like you alright maybe were a little more but we're still not drop it in the in a way that many people have been where they are used to not being all at all so you know this is this becomes a very emotional experience for people because all of a sudden you're home with your your spouse may be a lot more horse usually were before or your kids or your dog or whatever it is that you're doing and you you can't really get out and do things so yeah yeah I think it's going to it's doing a lot of different things for people one of them obviously that's forcing people to be quiet because you have more yeah we have a whole day so the other day I think it was a couple days ago I got up relatively early I you know got up had my shake which I was to have my coffee watch all TV worked out went for a run came home took a shower and I come out they say it's one o'clock I have no idea today is to go here so and as I already did all this stuff so it was kind of like you know one of those those moments right by that but I think for a lot of people it's going to be a very emotional experience of them looking at themselves understanding themselves at a deeper level spending some more quiet time and also the dynamics of relationships that they have with their family with their kids you know it's funny I'm here a lot of people stayed up there whatever all soldiers that there all day with their kids they never got to spend time do you and I say to people you have to be honest you like it maybe you don't like it may be a finding it's stressful maybe funny the only be if you find your partner like you see what they do have different habits so there's a lot of things that are going to flush up here for individuals under emotional bases and it's important for us to process that emotion and not lash out act out we're going to be eight years old so that would be the main thing I think for people is this is an experience that you need to have but you need to have a deeper level not just the surface book and that's can be really really hard because it forces us to look in the mirror and looking in the mirror you know it can be a little traumatizing sometimes because if you really take a good look deeply some of the stuff that you don't like about yourself may come to the surface and this is an opportunity to have real good dialogue with the people who live in your house I mean it's happening here in my own home %HESITATION my husband is working from home and he's learning new skills sets and he's actually is my office a couple times that the the piece that my computer is on right now I have a an elevated desk well he uses an elevated desk at home so for him to talk with other people this was a natural for him except I was downstairs and working objects which I do all the time also I only come up to my office pretty much what I'm doing the podcast in this country and not interacting with folks and I couldn't get over the noise from up here what %HESITATION I'm here with somebody upstairs so that takes the floor boards up there you know let little things that come to the surface that can either bring you down or make you laugh and we have been laughing all day it's very interesting good thing yes it is laughter helps to heal the soul record so what one of the things about business and elevating our energy is I truly believe that what we focus on expands so if we look at our business as this being catastrophic it can get bigger and bigger and bigger for some folks it really is catastrophic some of the stories that I have just yeah it's awful however there are others who have taken these catastrophic experiences and have shifted the way they do business to serve humanity in ways that they had not thought of before what are your thoughts on that channel yeah reminded me when it first happened a little bit of a nine eleven this of course and and being a New Yorker even though now in California would be growing growing up in New York and living in New York at that time it has it had the feeling of that this is of course much bigger because of the whole world but what we did see at the end of nine eleven were a lot of people reassessing their lives and saying wow I've been working all these hours going to Wall Street whatever I'm doing a bill that would be successful and kind of looking at their lives and saying this is not this is not where I want to go for the next twenty years ago our role they work as a lot of people that everybody but the you know a lot of people do that I think we'll see the same here I think a lot of people will do so some people are going to be forced out of what they do because what they do well not exist so this also happened you know we had to crash in two thousand eight right where a lot of people who I knew who work in financial sectors all the sudden those jobs did not exist anymore they were forced into re invention so we're going to see a couple different things some people will choose and say you know what after this experience my soul is speaking to me people who are a little more aware and they will say I I I I need to go a different direction my life it's real I'm ready for that I think other people are gonna be forced because they have no option so it's always good to see that this you can't do this job does not exist when I speak a lot of people in different businesses of people I'm in manufacturing %HESITATION I know who could you know make you know clothing handbags my sisters in that industry destroy absolutely decimated so there are a lot of companies that are going to close those businesses that are going to exist we don't know where what will evolve out of this and there will be other opportunities that we don't even know back so the bottom line is this is going you know you mean beings unfortunately for the most part we have certain people who are seekers which is a small group who are looking to change it again bro but we know that you Maddie on a whole only changes through dramatic shift that is forced upon them so that is what we're seeing now this is a divine event it's happening for a reason and it's going to take us to a different place that does not mean it will not be bumps in the road that has not been there will not be difficulties that does not mean it will not be a lot of emotional trauma for some people the people who are prepared for this the people of the I cannot be personally I've been waiting for this forever and knowing it was coming and just was saying when when will it happen and I wasn't sure exactly how I knew after the two thousand sixteen because we had a big shift of energy in September we have the election yeah we had the shift so I was like okay this is coming it's just a matter of when and how and so again I was very positive support combos like okay %HESITATION it's finally happening took a long time other people are being forced into situations that they did not want to go and so what we have seen in our society is people created super busy lives to avoid dealing with themselves are now being forced to say I have I have it's not like say I want to work but I'm choosing to stay home you can't work you have no out so you're full it's almost like there's no way for you to hide from yourself right now and this is what's happening for people who have spent their lives keeping busy and driving themselves crazy running all around and doing all these things to avoid their feelings and now they're being pushed into a corner where that is something that well they don't have to do it other people will self medicate you will see a lot of people I think you'll see suicides I think you'll see people who are going to %HESITATION do you have to use the people get it use substances I think it's the whole gamut of things as this flushes out and again it's all going to be how you deal with it emotionally will be the key and I agree with you a hundred percent we've talked about this quite a bit in other podcast that we've done you and I together and yeah we I've been waiting for this to it's like okay when I just didn't expect well you never know when it will happen but who knows exactly right is like okay here we go %HESITATION now as business people and you and I are both business people one of the areas that we have that we focus on is our branch yeah and the thing with our brand is a lot of our brands today they are what and this is what I'm seeing they're caught up in what they were now I'm seeing brands changing taking advantage and I don't not taking advantage from a negative way but taking advantage in a positive way things that they could be doing differently and I mean let's look at what's happening with the liquor industry and how they have shifted gears and are creating %HESITATION and bacterial okay there's hundreds of companies that are doing that so from a branding perspective for business owners what do you see from before and what do you see after this event in people how do they shift their brands how do they shift their sales how do they shift their marketing how did they shift their insights on their business what aid is always opportunists in the situation so certain people will take an opportunity to try to say how do I manipulate the situation which we always always happens because that's part of life and you know big corporations and %HESITATION Tory is for that trying to use the the situation to manipulate people into something else I think for us who are doing for our own business is the market price selves I think it's important for us to kind of say okay what is I or am I on the right path and does this situation kind of give me a little wake up call to say you know I've been holding back well I haven't been going in the direction that I really wanted to all right been afraid to kind of put this out there now is the time for you to be courageous and say you know I mean I've been who I am for a long time I never hide it I'm just like Hey this is what I do but I've involved as you have right we believe I'll be different but I think it's a point out for people to say Hey you know what is what I do and the the key right now is to shift yourself to a place of service how do I serve based on my skill set of what I do what my company does whether it's a company or whatever it is and say how do I start because that's your first line of higher vibration hi Sir I share I prospered that's what I thought about deal the deal that's what we hear that we had a survey to share way to prosper show down yes those are my three things it's in the book outside that you as soon as I get it won't be out till may but so what I'm saying is those are the things I think we need to shift you and I think the companies that we have been part of here in this country I've been focused on profit first I think you know basically how do we squeeze the most profit this is been this is systems that have been in place for thousands and thousands of years which have been focused on how do I squeeze profit and pay the people this is the lowest possible amount then squeeze profit up to the top so the thing that I'm hoping will come out of this and I don't know that it will hundred percent combat but but what I'd like to see in what I hope we we start to evolve into is more of a the company is only successful when everybody contributes and it is it is appropriately rewarded yeah so it doesn't make sense that the CEO is getting five hundred times per dollar based on average salary more five hundred times you know and this is escalated since really the late seventies early eighties it started it went from about thirty five to one which was the average salary versus PTO dollar for dollar to about five hundred to one over between I'm gonna say nineteen eighty going forward are give you exact dates but I study all these these numbers so that's what all this really started to chill way out of whack and we need to go but we need to go to a different space so I think for us personally as brands it's about be true to who you are and here's the deal trust your feelings this is what I'm feeling I'm supposed to do to start so if you don't know what that is meditate right stick with it and say I want to say how do I search this is what you've got to live now how do I serve what is it that I can do to make the world a better place and then you will share and then you will prosper because you are in alignment with your vibration with your energy doing everything at the highest level you have there's no way you cannot prosper in that energy field so but again I have to be I'm putting prosper at the end of the list where corporations but it at the beginning of the list so I have to have faith and trust that if I do the right thing and if I saw her and if I do something with a higher and that everything will work out the highest and greatest good that's what we have to live now if you live in that space you will see great acceleration if you try to go back to the old green based you know kind of structure you are going to be just blown up and that's what we're going to see that and that's going to happen that that's really musically but it will definitely start happening as we go it's a it's a different value system the new you know the world is offering an opportunity for new value system to be birth and if we follow a positive value system where we honor our workers and we honor those who how I search we put everybody in a really good space and that's one of the things that I I again I agree with you a hundred percent with everything that you're talking about I really do see that a lot of these companies people at the helm and people are even in middle management they haven't trusted their intuition or they're not allowed to trust their intuition because of the culture of the organization you know the culture of the organization may dismiss intuition you know me into a leadership and intuitively we have our intuition and we have our feelings so when our intuition and our feelings match that's where the magic happens but when our intuition and our feelings and what is expected of them had a third piece in there conflicts with our values dealings intuition that's what we get into trouble and that's a leadership issue do you what our thoughts on that well I think the bottom line is people have been conditioned people people are hypnotized okay they're they're hypnotized into a system that it doesn't work right and it's people say you know I'm I'm gonna I'm gonna re frame this for people so you understand it the system is not broken the system was designed this way yeah okay so people say all the system is broken no no no it's not built this way so basically it's built to keep people hypnotized plugged into a system of slavery on a different level whereas those slaves the only difference is we now have carpeting in a car but we're basically still in Avery energy right so the idea is all one of my sub you so here's what happened how do I get hypnotized because collective energy became this is what you're supposed to do you're supposed to go to school you're supposed to get an education so what happened in education well the schools became the mafia because what they did was they jacked up all of the tuitions and put people into debt which feeds the system to continue to keep people weak and fear based and unable to go forward why I'm coming out of school people I meet people when I'm speaking for forty fifty years all telling me I'm still playing college that the fifty years old how is this possible is does it make sense and it was it was I was speaking about recently before all this happened and I said to somebody it was a bunch of executives whose executive leadership group or executive whatever they were and I said let me ask you question your own business guys people assume they got but I have to be politically correct but the business people I think doesn't make sense if I was if you were eighteen years old I think about yourself or someone is I'm gonna give you two hundred fifty thousand dollars and help you start a business or you're gonna go two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in debt come out of school and hope to get a job what are you gonna do me I'm gonna take the money and start my business but think about that is that what happened was the hypnotized people world said you need to go to school you need to spend this money and when you come out you will then that's the way to advance yourself in a system that doesn't work so basically what happened was that person is now being conditioned from an early age or what are they doing on college campuses and my son was on one recently what are the first thing they're doing to try to give kids credit cards it's trying to get kids into right away the trying to get people into the system of being indebted what and I'm indebted I have all these loans I have to do this so now I'm hypnotized into a system that it's almost like it's exactly the matrix if you saw the movie everybody's plugged into the system so tell people and I said I remember when this was happening I said to myself under no condition is that happening for you I'm telling you right now I said I'm not doing this by Barack and I agreed we pay for his school he went to work he went to a state school which is a fantastic local school it cost us virtually nothing compared to all that money he walked out he said you know what now that he's out he said I see my friends in debt under duress because they have to now go look for the get these jobs that they hate to start helping the parents pay back these loans are some of the most paying it back themselves and now you're under the foot of the system so this is what we need we were coming out of this hypnotized state we're coming out of this false idea that this really work that people think you have a look at someone so they became a millionaire yeah that's the one and how many right we have a feeling and I would say we have a trillion and a half dollars in college back in this think about that over a trillion dollars in people who are still can't pay that yeah and %HESITATION trying to pay this off they'll never paid off a lot of people they still will not paid off in their lifetime this is part of being hypnotized to believe something that is not true so part of it so what what I one thing I really wanna make their difference here is an eight again I agree with what you're talking about there is a difference between being an entrepreneur and being a business owner and I know if I were given two hundred fifty thousand to start a business to be an entrepreneur I would do it in a heartbeat look at the people who are at the helm of the major companies did they finish college Facebook Microsoft look at the folks who did not finish their education their formal Alton education and stepped away to begin a business so there are lots of ways that you can be a success and I think that's something that we as parents would be wise to consider that yes we want our children to be successful it doesn't have to be the way we did it it doesn't have to be going into having our children going into debt there are other ways to do things and that's one of the things that I shared with the when I did the transition assistance program for the military over twenty years and I changes team thousand transitioning many women that were going into Japan world and a lot of them were going into entrepreneurship and then when they kept asking me do I need to go to school during a disaster new developing a sentiment look at your talents look at what you have look at what you've learned and can you do it on your own or do you really need another piece of paper only you can answer that for yourself I can answer that for you what is it that you need for yourself and a lot of folks to go back to school because they they thought they needed it and others just went right into entrepreneurship and have successful business so I want you know there are some people who need to the safety of being in you know I'm having a structure and there are others that like the safety of freedom so knowing that Joe and knowing you know I I call what you're talking about she pulls knowing that there's the seven side folks or she pulls what do you want to save them in terms of following their hearts and elevating their energy and elevating their businesses elevating their careers I think you have to know yourself and I think you know the bottom line is that everybody is an entrepreneur not everybody sees a creator not everybody is going to want to take that on that everybody wants to deal with the stress and the uncertainty although now the whole world that uncertainty which is ironic right but it is getting a lot of people don't want to take that up so I think a lot of it is knowing yourself and say you know there's certain people who are you know they can only be so many chiefs that so many Indians right so certain people are better suited to be maybe underneath or at a different level or the bad maybe they're not meant to be that person who is the creator does that either that everybody is that person so the first thing is I understand what you like understand your skills I understand what you feel good about so just so you know I I don't you know there are people I talked to my first book was called no more nine to five is to teach people how to start a business at home while they were still working this is going back think about this over twenty years ago yeah I was already teaching that twenty years ago and I was doing a class one day a guy came up to me at the end is that I want to thank you because after being in this class I realize this is not for me and I said you know I persisted %HESITATION I feel bad it's an old I I didn't fire him and he said no no I realize what's involved and that's not my thing so that was okay and it was okay for him to have that realization this I I'm not that's not my kind of thing I'm not that kind of person who wants to do that so there's nothing wrong with that so that's the first thing is just a news this is who I am if I want to be an artist if I want to be a maybe there's a lot of people who are very very skilled with you know electricity electricians and carpenters and plumbers these people are tremendously skilled and their path was not to go to college and get a degree their path was to learn yoga really get great at that trade because that's a great skill so I think we have to do is say no yourself say is this something I want to do what's my role maybe my role is a support person maybe my role is not going to be the same person that's fine so it's really does no good or bad it's just whatever feels best for you yeah it is what you is what you're best suited to do and that's what you're gonna be most successful and if you're not a person who wants to be in the front who's got it because listen if you're going to go out there you know if you're gonna go in the arena you're going to get hurt you're gonna get you're gonna get beat up because that's part of being in the being in the arena being the person who steps into the arena not everybody wants to do that it doesn't make you a bad person read it doesn't make you a failure it makes you have to just say no that's not my thing I'd rather support a person who puts in the arena and that makes me feel better and we need those four people of course you know and and the people go into the trades they aren't talents it's not just about that you know they're honoring their talents their innate talents that they're born with many of these folks are artists that and I'm talking and I'm not talking about artists just painting now absolutely I look at some of these traits folks and I see what they do and it's like oh my gosh this is this is a blessing from birth that these people have and if they can develop it if they can grow with that and right now there is an opportunity to be all you that tremendous the tremendous opportunity dependent to shift and to live their lives in the direction that you are meant to in this lifetime you know one of the things that kept coming up for me in this crisis with the virus and on and on and seen so many people around the world making masks and seamstresses and I used to make all my own clothes I used to make everything and I have ever downstairs I kept thinking maybe I should start doing that maybe I should contribute to that and then I got a very clear message to Maine just behind me they always have my back so that I can help everybody else is on the screen and I get and I meditated on and I got a very very clear message your gift is what you are currently doing with your podcast with your Facebook lives with your group with being out there being a beacon of hope love values on and on that's what I am meant to be doing right now and that's something I had to under but I kept thinking that I could be making something I'm going to be doing something no I don't think we need to bring something this this is work but it's work I love it doesn't feel like work and that I think is a key when you're doing something that you love and it doesn't feel like work and you're serving humanity well I wonderful thank and what you can do work you love where you're serving humanity and do that third piece you're sharing it the third piece band is prosper because you were focusing on serving using your talents and then sharing and then you become prosperous I feel good yeah it is it was really really good you're doing the same thing Joe I think also what I want to explain talk about something I think that's that's very relevant for people like us and whoever whoever's been working on something for a long period of time and maybe has felt like I have not reach where I wanted to be you know a lot of there's a bug that yes and it's a lot of us have been how are you I'm doing this a long time and I've stayed with it and I've kind of held the line and I've been in integrity and I haven't really reached that place what we do and again we always want to be harder than we did just that for those people but you know what I'm saying so one of the things that we have to understand for your souls from assault perspective is your soul is always preparing you for the moment that's right for you and one of the things in in karma is basically saying is a couple different ways that this works I put in effort to accomplish something if I don't create the result I wanted even though you got the lesson you needed which is a different issue what happens is all that good energy keeps building your bank and one of the things that karma does is it gives you the deferred results so it's almost like you didn't get it yet but the good the good news is I'm taking that positive energy and I'm deferring those results for the future because you're not maybe you're not ready for whatever it is that you were called to do because you have to be at a certain level of energy maturity vibration com this whatever that may be to really do what you had to do so for those of us in a lot of people in all different fields could be in your business could be something of a working on whatever the case may be writing your book whatever it is that's why you have a working on this for a long time I haven't really gotten where I needed to go now could be a time we were all that differed result is waiting for you it's kind of like a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow but only because you stayed the course you kept moving forward you kept doing the work on yourself you had faith you believe in what was happening so this is kind of like you know I always use it out you know I have the Moses connection so I always talk about the forty year to Moses forty years I do that it's like he wanted he was out he was wandering around that god called them and they do twenty years so it's like you know you've got to be yeah he's yeah he's staying with paint the say yes we're going to we're going to get where we need to go and it's not about race it's about understanding that whatever you've done at this point has tremendous value even if you haven't seen it the way you would like to don't underestimate what you have already done and that is something that all of a sudden all of this with the mall this work whatever it is in any field you're in you are now going to be called as we come out of this and we know Saturday we have the big four call for portal so this is all starting to really ramp up for for a lot of people who have been in this world of you're in the minority are gonna call it a people who have been saying well I wish this world would get better and I'm waiting for this to happen in whatever you've done to build that foundation is very very important so don't underestimate and also on yourself with the work you have done it and appreciate everything and that is a brilliant brilliant place to end our podcast on today sure that message just so very very powerful thank you so much for helping us build and create practical business actor call business mystics because I read that's what I believe a lot of us are actual business districts and allowing us to share your time today I thank you for that so much range and for our awaken the possibility audience thank you for being here today I appreciate you very very much I hope that you are walking away from this discussion with Joe having learned one new thing to new things maybe 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Focus on Impact
Apr 30 2020 29 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 11 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Wendy Lipton-Dibner on "Focus On Impact”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ABOUT Wendy Lipton DibnerWENDY LIPTON-DIBNER, M.A. is a 5-time bestselling author and internationally-recognized authority on business acceleration through Impact Strategy and Ethical Influence. A social researcher by training and entrepreneur by choice, Wendy has built 10 multimillion-dollar retail and service businesses of her own, and helped thousands of Fortune, healthcare, entrepreneurial, and non-profit organizations increase revenues exponentially by making a measurable difference in people’s lives. As president and CEO of Professional Impact, Wendy has touched millions of lives through her bestselling books, world-class speaking engagements, sold-out live events, popular media appearances, and online training programs. She’s presented at the United States Senate and serves as a trusted advisor to top influencers, executives, entrepreneurs, and credentialed experts worldwide. Forbes calls Wendy’s strategies, “The secret to success in business,” and Inc. describes Wendy’s Focus On Impact® strategic map as, “Your path to profitable success.”Website URL:: https://professionalimpact.comFacebook Page: https://facebook.com/wendyliptondibnerLinkedin: https://linkedin/in/wendyliptondibnerTwitter: https://twitter.com/ImpactExpertAbout Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.  Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPT100:00:02.760 --> 00:00:13.230Terry Wildemann: Welcome everyone to this episode of awaken the possibilities. I'm your host, Terry will demand. And as you know, I work with stressed and close to burn down entrepreneurs.200:00:13.530 --> 00:00:27.570Terry Wildemann: And help them leap off the hamster wheel of life and shift into calm ease and flow and the result is they are resilient unstoppable intuitive leaders and practical business mystics300:00:27.960 --> 00:00:39.780Terry Wildemann: And my guests all complement what I do and Today's guest is someone who I absolutely adore. You've never heard me say that on the show I400:00:40.410 --> 00:00:52.050Terry Wildemann: Door. This next guest. She and I have so much in common. Yes, I am curious, she's blonde, but we're opposites, but we have so much in common.500:00:52.500 --> 00:00:58.590Terry Wildemann: And I remember when I went when I first met her. I sat in on her four day program.600:00:59.370 --> 00:01:13.680Terry Wildemann: And I walked out just vibrating and I'm thrilled to share with you the energy of this amazing woman. So without further ado,700:01:14.100 --> 00:01:23.640Terry Wildemann: Allow me to introduce you to Wendy Lipton diviner she is a five time best selling author and internationally recognized authority.800:01:23.970 --> 00:01:38.910Terry Wildemann: On business acceleration through impact strategy and ethical influence. She's a social researcher by training and entrepreneur by choice. She has built $10 million retail and service businesses of her own.900:01:39.390 --> 00:01:48.450Terry Wildemann: 10 multimillion let me rephrase that 10 multimillion dollar retail service businesses and help thousands of fortune.1000:01:48.900 --> 00:01:58.290Terry Wildemann: Healthcare entrepreneurial and nonprofit organizations increase revenues exponentially by making a measurable difference in people's lives.1100:01:58.830 --> 00:02:06.450Terry Wildemann: As President and CEO of professional impact Wendy has touched millions and I guarantee you it's been millions1200:02:07.020 --> 00:02:18.030Terry Wildemann: Of lives through her best selling books, world class speaking engagements sold out live events popular media appearances and online training programs.1300:02:18.330 --> 00:02:27.180Terry Wildemann: She's presented at the United States Senate and serves as a trusted advisor to top influencers executive entrepreneurs and credentialed experts worldwide.1400:02:27.720 --> 00:02:46.680Terry Wildemann: Forbes calls Wendy strategies. The secret to success in business and Inc describes Wendy's focus on impact strategic map as your path to profitable success. Welcome to awaken the possibilities, miss, Wendy.1500:02:47.400 --> 00:02:57.540Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Terry, I, I, if I were any more excited about being with you. I would have to like jettison straight out, I've really been looking forward to this. It's so good to see1600:02:57.690 --> 00:03:06.840Terry Wildemann: Well, the feeling is mutual and it is great to see you and I'm honored to have you on my podcast I truly am because1700:03:07.770 --> 00:03:20.370Terry Wildemann: I love your message so much and it needs to be heard your expertise, your experiences, your stories are so juicy and powerful that quite frankly1800:03:20.820 --> 00:03:42.780Terry Wildemann: I want to share them with my audience. So I know that you began as a researcher and a teacher at a university. And I'm curious. How did you leap from opening tense it from being a professor to opening 10 successful businesses that that's that's quite the launch1900:03:42.990 --> 00:03:56.580Wendy Lipton-Dibner: It is. It's, I love the question because it's one of my favorite stories and it is what started this. And one of the things that you say so beautifully, you know, in terms of of trusting your intuition and listening.2000:03:57.060 --> 00:04:06.870Wendy Lipton-Dibner: To what you're being told. Right. I never wanted to be a researcher, that was never my goal is, you know, I wanted to be with Barbra Streisand. I mean, there was2100:04:07.260 --> 00:04:19.290Wendy Lipton-Dibner: No zero plan to be a teacher or researcher, I went to graduate school because my family told me to which is a boring story that led to a really exciting adventure. Right.2200:04:20.010 --> 00:04:31.590Wendy Lipton-Dibner: So in the middle of presenting a research report, I got recruited to do this research study straight out of grad school, which was a gift.2300:04:32.190 --> 00:04:42.090Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And I left and took this position teaching and doing research. And one of the research studies that I was putting in charge of2400:04:42.540 --> 00:04:57.930Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Was to evaluate a new alcoholism. Treatment Center at a time when this was brand new. Alright, so, so we're going to date ourselves here, right. So this was back in the early 80s.2500:04:58.650 --> 00:05:16.530Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And in that time, people were just starting to ask questions like, is alcoholism, a disease or is it a social problem. So this hospital had developed a treatment that they wanted evaluated and that's what I was directed to do2600:05:17.550 --> 00:05:22.320Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Now three years into the study, we get a letter from the United States Senate.2700:05:23.040 --> 00:05:34.860Wendy Lipton-Dibner: That they too are looking at alcoholism and many other health issues to determine whether or not their diseases because and here's the political piece.2800:05:35.340 --> 00:05:46.860Wendy Lipton-Dibner: If they are, then the next question that Congress needed to decide was should it be covered by something new, everybody was talking about called health insurance.2900:05:48.180 --> 00:05:52.890Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Right. So we go back a ways. This was in the early days of the HMO right3000:05:54.060 --> 00:06:11.790Wendy Lipton-Dibner: So we were asked to come and present the report. And so in that moment on for the next six months, every single day six hospital attorneys crammed into my tiny little eight by eight cubicle to watch what I was doing.3100:06:12.840 --> 00:06:20.130Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And everything I wrote down, they would look at and they would raise their eyebrows and they'd say,3200:06:20.610 --> 00:06:28.140Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Maybe you could just see it this way or, you know, I think you should put a comma there, or do you really have to include that number.3300:06:29.070 --> 00:06:36.780Wendy Lipton-Dibner: One of the things we were taught in graduate school, Terry. And I know you know if you talk to the data enough. They'll confess to anything.3400:06:37.680 --> 00:06:50.520Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And what the attorneys were doing in their own really logical and not illegal way was getting me to torture the data so that it would present the hospital in a better light.3500:06:51.720 --> 00:06:51.870Terry Wildemann: And3600:06:52.140 --> 00:07:10.380Wendy Lipton-Dibner: It wasn't illegal. It wasn't ethical from my, like, you know, 21 year old perspective. Right. Um. So long story short, we end up in Washington, DC, ready to present this report.3700:07:11.190 --> 00:07:19.920Wendy Lipton-Dibner: I had worked in and worked it and I'm the morning I'm supposed to start presenting I opened my book and it's not the report I had written3800:07:20.880 --> 00:07:22.560Wendy Lipton-Dibner: It's the one they had3900:07:22.770 --> 00:07:29.520Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Altered at the last minute to make sure all the T's were crossed and I's are dotted4000:07:30.270 --> 00:07:44.880Wendy Lipton-Dibner: But I didn't recognize it and I didn't know what would come when I turned the page and it scared me. I was afraid to stand in front of the Senate and say things that I wasn't sure were true.4100:07:45.660 --> 00:07:56.730Wendy Lipton-Dibner: If none of understand none of it was alive, but I got frightened and so instead of just forging forward and reading it. I had to make a decision in that moment.4200:07:58.260 --> 00:08:09.750Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And it's a decision. I think that a lot of entrepreneurs make at some point in our career we're faced with a moment where we have to decide what we do next.4300:08:11.340 --> 00:08:29.490Wendy Lipton-Dibner: The question I was asking myself, is do I speak what I know, or do I read this and I just, you know, I heard this voice in my head. That was about trusting myself about following integrity.4400:08:30.510 --> 00:08:40.530Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And trusting the data. So I opened my mouth and I just started to talk about this study. I mean, nobody knew it better than me. Right. I was managing the darn thing.4500:08:41.070 --> 00:08:54.330Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And as soon as I went off script. My boss on one side of me and the hospital director on the other kind of grabbed me and all the male attorneys that were behind me, you could hear their breathing change.4600:08:55.110 --> 00:09:06.390Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And I got scared. Again, but I couldn't stop. I couldn't stop. And so I forged ahead and the long and short of this is that by the time we finished.4700:09:06.660 --> 00:09:16.200Wendy Lipton-Dibner: The senators made a decision that in fact what the hospital was doing was awesome. And what we had found was life changing.4800:09:16.530 --> 00:09:28.920Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And they made a decision that alcoholism is a disease and because of that millions of people have been served through their insurance and medical intervention ever since. But there's no way I could have known that.4900:09:30.150 --> 00:09:38.580Wendy Lipton-Dibner: What I learned that day was two really important lessons that I've carried with me that launched it all for me one.5000:09:39.270 --> 00:09:54.570Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Is that I really have to know that what I do makes an impact and that one woman standing there making an ethical decision and doing what she believes is right.5100:09:55.050 --> 00:10:10.650Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Can go on to make a massive impact in the world that I knew. On that day. The other thing I learned was I couldn't be an employee. I just couldn't follow other people's roles. So I went back to the university I quit my job.5200:10:11.790 --> 00:10:25.320Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And that night, my hairdresser came to my home to do my hair and she brought a bottle of wine to celebrate the fact that I had quit. Now, you have to understand directing and alcoholism study for three years. I hadn't had a sip of anything.5300:10:26.310 --> 00:10:43.890Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And so about one glass in and I was ready to roll. And I came up with an idea that she and I should open a hairdressing salon and show the world that you could make more money by focusing on impact than by focusing on money.5400:10:45.840 --> 00:10:58.290Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Stayed up all night wrote a one page proposal walked into a bank. The next day, and told them my intention was to open a social laboratory to prove that business could be more effective if we stop thinking about money.5500:10:58.770 --> 00:11:08.940Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And put all of our focus on to making a measurable difference in people's lives and they were intrigued. They wrote me a check for $50,000 which at the time was a fortune.5600:11:10.020 --> 00:11:12.690Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And then I opened my first business and never looked back.5700:11:15.060 --> 00:11:17.670Terry Wildemann: Thank you for sharing such an amazing story.5800:11:17.760 --> 00:11:30.750Terry Wildemann: You've got an emotion is huge because that has been we share the mantra people first put service. First, the rest is going to flow.5900:11:31.710 --> 00:11:41.550Terry Wildemann: verity comes after you focus on service from the heart, not from here, from the heart rate. Absolutely. So6000:11:42.450 --> 00:12:01.320Terry Wildemann: Congratulations, because that really is a phenomenal, phenomenal accomplishment and you trusted your intuition, you trusted you're wiser, what I call my your wise inner guidance system wake and the people behind you taught those people your bosses and the lawyers and lesson.6100:12:03.600 --> 00:12:08.340Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And I did never, never hired girl from Manhattan. That's when I talk to you.6200:12:08.910 --> 00:12:18.840Terry Wildemann: I love it, I love it. Well, you know, one of the things that I know about you is done a retelling you know because you're going to prove a way6300:12:19.290 --> 00:12:38.190Terry Wildemann: Of doing things and I love the story of your second business. It's a brilliant story and the day you opened your door was black Monday, October 1987. It was the day the stock market crashed.6400:12:38.310 --> 00:12:38.610Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Right.6500:12:38.670 --> 00:12:52.980Terry Wildemann: We lost everything you made from the sale of your first business right and your target market for this next business had just lost all of their money to and all the odds, basically we're against you again.6600:12:53.880 --> 00:13:01.560Terry Wildemann: You know, if you follow your gut. Don't tell me now. That's why I love you so much, because we had the same philosophy.6700:13:01.860 --> 00:13:10.140Terry Wildemann: Right. One month later, your new business was up flourishing run running and you were making thousands a week.6800:13:10.530 --> 00:13:21.570Terry Wildemann: Yeah, how did you do it, especially appropriate message during this very challenging episode in humanity.6900:13:21.810 --> 00:13:42.300Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Exactly right. Exactly right. So please, you guys, everybody. Listen to this, because it was so simple and I made a lot of money from the sale of my first business and got a phone call on that day as I was hanging my shingle out my door right7000:13:43.410 --> 00:13:47.430Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Sorry, Wendy. I don't have to tell you this, your account is drained.7100:13:52.710 --> 00:13:56.760Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And then I of course quick turned on TV found out what was going on.7200:13:57.780 --> 00:14:04.440Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And in that moment. Again, I had a decision to make. But I REMEMBERED WHAT IT HAPPENED AT THE SENATE.7300:14:05.520 --> 00:14:12.660Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And I knew that the reason we had done so well in that first business which we had done really well.7400:14:13.920 --> 00:14:34.800Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Was because I had made a decision to focus on impact. And so, standing there with all of these people hanging out windows, frankly, and like really upset, was I asked one question Terry, the simple questions. Okay, fine. Who needs me the most today.7500:14:37.140 --> 00:14:46.830Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And that's the question we all have to answer right now. Who needs me the most today. For me, the answer was stockbrokers7600:14:47.370 --> 00:15:02.520Wendy Lipton-Dibner: I mean, boo more than anyone else in that moment was carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders were all of these brokers who were having to call their clients just like mine had just called me and said, You're broke7700:15:04.350 --> 00:15:12.600Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Have fun. I don't know what to tell you. Right, so I just went downtown and I started hopping from brokerage firm to brokerage firm to brokerage firm.7800:15:12.960 --> 00:15:23.370Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Offering my services being there for them taking care of them and offering free stress management seminars free whatever I could give them seminars.7900:15:23.820 --> 00:15:37.800Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And little by little, all of a sudden they all started to turn around their profits went through the roof during the worst, worst crisis since the Great Depression at the time.8000:15:38.250 --> 00:15:47.160Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And it was all because I was teaching them what I had done in my first business all the strategies we had created and made up along the way.8100:15:47.850 --> 00:15:58.530Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Putting people first and making sure that we make a difference. The question that we all need to be asking right now is, who needs me the most today and then go do something about it.8200:16:00.210 --> 00:16:04.590Terry Wildemann: That is so simple, so powerful and so bring8300:16:06.630 --> 00:16:10.890Terry Wildemann: So, and that's really what it is simple and powerful.8400:16:11.760 --> 00:16:22.860Terry Wildemann: We do go into fear don't mean when in challenging times we go into fear. How do I make money, how am I going to feed my family. How am I going to put food on the table. My business just just crashed. What am I going to do8500:16:23.280 --> 00:16:43.740Terry Wildemann: You know, so we we live in that fear and as you know and I know because we you know we both teach stress management, it's it builds. If you don't shift and you get consumed in the fear, however, so many of us are we lose our power we give our power away to fear.8600:16:45.630 --> 00:17:00.840Terry Wildemann: And if we choose. And that's a big word there to shift and pivot and look for blue sky out of service magic happens. And that's what you just proved8700:17:02.010 --> 00:17:08.100Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Yeah, you know what, what I learned is that there is tremendous power in our fear.8800:17:09.390 --> 00:17:13.980Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And the secret for me has been to use it effectively.8900:17:14.430 --> 00:17:18.810Wendy Lipton-Dibner: So rather than try and make myself, stop being scared.9000:17:19.320 --> 00:17:26.220Wendy Lipton-Dibner: I say, Okay, fine. I'm going to take this power that I feel I mean, my gosh, there's a whole lot of energy. Right.9100:17:26.790 --> 00:17:35.580Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And say how can I use this for good. How can I help someone using all this energy that's generated in my body because I'm like, so you know9200:17:36.210 --> 00:17:52.830Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And pull them all of a sudden, it's a complete realignment of all that energy that ultimately becomes powerful forward movement that makes a massive difference in the world in whatever way is necessary at that time.9300:17:54.990 --> 00:18:08.700Terry Wildemann: And in doing that, you are impacting others in a very powerful way. So you are considered the world's leading authority on impact strategy and and9400:18:09.330 --> 00:18:22.890Terry Wildemann: Ethical influence. And that's something that I know for myself, which is really well, why don't you on the show so much because we share so many of the same values and you know people are tired of hearing about me. They get me to come from somebody else.9500:18:24.090 --> 00:18:34.050Terry Wildemann: Would become talking heads and having you share the same values, it just warms my heart. So I really want to hear from you, Wendy.9600:18:35.340 --> 00:18:46.800Terry Wildemann: What, in your words and your world is impact strategy and how does it thread. How do you thread the needle to connect it to ethical influence9700:18:46.920 --> 00:19:07.050Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Right. So that's the perfect question. The, the, the simple truth is that I have never met anybody that doesn't want to make a difference in somebody's life. I mean, this is not new. Right. What is new or at least was for me when I started was, how do you do that in a business setting.9800:19:08.520 --> 00:19:20.580Wendy Lipton-Dibner: The I changed a whole tactic in my head that ultimately became the first business which is to look at impact in a slightly different way. You know,9900:19:21.210 --> 00:19:29.760Wendy Lipton-Dibner: To in these days. Everybody uses the word impact, right, whether you're looking at whether or whether you're looking at making a difference impact is is way over us kind of like10000:19:29.970 --> 00:19:34.320Wendy Lipton-Dibner: We got into saying love for everything. And then we forgot what we meant with it right10100:19:34.740 --> 00:19:48.150Wendy Lipton-Dibner: So for me, impact is the measurable difference we make in people's lives as the direct result of contact with us with our team with our message with our marketing with our products and our services if10200:19:48.630 --> 00:20:00.990Wendy Lipton-Dibner: In business, every single aspect of what we do, isn't strategically designed to make a measurable difference, then I don't do it.10300:20:01.710 --> 00:20:13.650Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And my clients over the years, looked at, frankly, how I had made all this money and my first business so quickly they hired me to make money. They did not hire me to make a difference.10400:20:14.670 --> 00:20:20.340Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Right. It's like yours, Terry. They hire you. Because they want their business to get better.10500:20:20.790 --> 00:20:29.700Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Your strategy, your way of thinking you're connecting people with their energy and their angels. That's your strategy and your tactic.10600:20:30.060 --> 00:20:39.390Wendy Lipton-Dibner: But at the end of the day, most of them first come to you because they want their business to be more successful. So, that was me. Exactly right. Right. So my strategy.10700:20:39.930 --> 00:20:47.580Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Was made up because there was no strategy for this. Nobody had ever talked about this back then.10800:20:48.090 --> 00:20:59.760Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Which is probably how I came became the world's leading authority because nobody had done this at the end of the day what I was looking for was what does science, social science right10900:21:00.390 --> 00:21:11.640Wendy Lipton-Dibner: sociology, psychology, anthropology and neuro psychology and biology and all of these allergies. Right. What did I learn in grad school, but I can actually use11000:21:12.720 --> 00:21:18.270Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And I looked at these things every day. And I said, What can we learn from science.11100:21:19.320 --> 00:21:43.980Wendy Lipton-Dibner: About why people do what they do about what moves, some of them to take a certain action and not take another action and can we use that information in a way that actually ethically moves people to let themselves have everything they really want11200:21:45.510 --> 00:21:49.020Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And if we can do that consciously11300:21:50.190 --> 00:21:56.670Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Consistently and measure it, then people will move themselves to action.11400:21:57.750 --> 00:22:13.200Wendy Lipton-Dibner: So the connection between being focused on impact and creating strategies that would ethically move people to action was all about the simple truth that we can't make a difference in people's lives if they're not willing to change.11500:22:14.970 --> 00:22:27.750Wendy Lipton-Dibner: So I made a decision that it isn't our job to tell people what they should do or should want right not going, they're not taking that responsibility. I'm not their mom.11600:22:29.220 --> 00:22:33.480Wendy Lipton-Dibner: But if I can find a way to help them get what they want.11700:22:34.530 --> 00:22:47.970Wendy Lipton-Dibner: That's everything. So that's where the path between making an impact and ethically influencing people to take that path come together and everybody wins. As a result,11800:22:49.050 --> 00:23:04.560Terry Wildemann: And it's just phenomenal absolutely phenomenal and I have seen you. I have observed I have witnessed. I have seen a shift and entire room of people11900:23:06.150 --> 00:23:13.860Terry Wildemann: With your phenomenal influence and that's why I love you so much, because you are so blessed and authentic.12000:23:14.160 --> 00:23:15.660Terry Wildemann: And that's the key. Isn't it12100:23:15.900 --> 00:23:20.160Terry Wildemann: It's about being authentic and in integrity with who we are as people.12200:23:22.110 --> 00:23:23.250Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And as professionals.12300:23:23.580 --> 00:23:24.780Terry Wildemann: And as professionals.12400:23:24.900 --> 00:23:39.240Wendy Lipton-Dibner: I think that's something we see a lot is that we may be fully authentic with our friends and family. But then we get into a work environment or professional environment, speaking on stages, zoom, whatever. And the next thing we know we're putting on somebody, we're not12500:23:40.410 --> 00:23:40.980Terry Wildemann: You know,12600:23:42.810 --> 00:23:45.540Terry Wildemann: The imposter syndrome is huge in our industry.12700:23:45.960 --> 00:24:11.850Terry Wildemann: And okay and I find sometimes that the imposter syndrome with some of our colleagues runs really deep because of a lack of integrity and authenticity an authenticity and fear of really tapping into who they are. Instead of who they want to be.12800:24:12.180 --> 00:24:20.940Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Yeah yeah and a driving need to capitalize on so many people who need help.12900:24:21.780 --> 00:24:32.160Terry Wildemann: Yes. And that really is a key piece capitalizing on people who need help. So where's the authenticity. Is it coming from here or is it coming from here, because when they13000:24:32.790 --> 00:24:36.420Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Actually, I think it's on the other side of their body. But don't get me started.13100:24:40.080 --> 00:24:40.650Terry Wildemann: Got it.13200:24:41.940 --> 00:24:43.320Terry Wildemann: Yeah, okay.13300:24:45.330 --> 00:24:46.800Wendy Lipton-Dibner: We'll just leave it at that. I think13400:24:47.790 --> 00:24:50.280Wendy Lipton-Dibner: To say, yeah, it's, it's13500:24:50.280 --> 00:24:54.240Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Now I am not happy with a lot of what goes on, as you know,13600:24:54.780 --> 00:24:58.860Terry Wildemann: Yeah, and I feel the same. It's I just see13700:25:00.180 --> 00:25:08.880Terry Wildemann: It's time for those of us who are really called or who are being called into service from the heart and really want to make a difference to rise.13800:25:09.240 --> 00:25:22.110Terry Wildemann: Elevate ourselves and be visible in ways we've never been visible before so that we can help those who want our services who, you know, who are we to play small13900:25:23.280 --> 00:25:29.970Terry Wildemann: When our skill sets and who we are, we are made to help so many other people14000:25:31.980 --> 00:25:32.220Terry Wildemann: And14100:25:32.460 --> 00:25:33.330Wendy Lipton-Dibner: The day14200:25:34.440 --> 00:25:37.650Wendy Lipton-Dibner: It's been time for really long time.14300:25:37.920 --> 00:25:49.380Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Yes, people who were, we were playing about just a couple of minutes ago. Don't get to rise. When people like you rise up.14400:25:50.460 --> 00:26:11.820Wendy Lipton-Dibner: So the more that you shine Terry, the less space there is for people who are trying to take advantage of others. So you just keep doing this girl because the more you do, the less empty holes will get filled by people who aren't as ethical as we'd like them to be.14500:26:13.350 --> 00:26:14.880Terry Wildemann: And what a great way14600:26:15.990 --> 00:26:22.650Terry Wildemann: For you to share your closing words, what is the best piece of advice that you have for our audience.14700:26:24.000 --> 00:26:36.630Wendy Lipton-Dibner: It's twofold. One of courses in business is to focus on impact and move people to action, because when you do those two things. You get to help the people that most need you.14800:26:37.830 --> 00:26:40.800Wendy Lipton-Dibner: But the personal pieces is deeper14900:26:42.540 --> 00:26:44.040Wendy Lipton-Dibner: One of the things I learned15000:26:45.180 --> 00:26:49.110Wendy Lipton-Dibner: The hard way by watching my mom passed away, far too young.15100:26:50.460 --> 00:26:55.860Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Is that life is far too short to settle for less than we truly want15200:26:57.510 --> 00:27:14.640Wendy Lipton-Dibner: That's why we need to go up every single morning look in the mirror and just ask ourselves, you know, are you making the impact you want to be making right if you're not making the impact that you want to be making then you're settling15300:27:16.830 --> 00:27:28.680Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Bottom line, whether it's go down in the kitchen and make your impact or whether it's go to school or whether it's put yourselves in front of your team and say, Hey, guys.15400:27:29.010 --> 00:27:39.840Wendy Lipton-Dibner: We need to do something more powerful. We need to make a greater difference in this department in this department in this department. Talk to me. How do we do it.15500:27:40.980 --> 00:27:47.940Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Go out there every single day and make an impact and don't settle for less than you truly want in your business or your life.15600:27:50.070 --> 00:27:54.060Terry Wildemann: Thank you for such a beautiful, beautiful advice.15700:27:56.160 --> 00:27:58.020Terry Wildemann: So how can people find you, Wendy.15800:27:58.680 --> 00:27:59.400Wendy Lipton-Dibner: I'm everywhere.15900:28:02.460 --> 00:28:14.430Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Everywhere. I'm on Twitter. I'm impact expert. That's an easy way to find me. Um, otherwise it's Wendy Lipton dinner, which seemed like a good idea at the time. And and and16000:28:15.120 --> 00:28:23.220Wendy Lipton-Dibner: That hyphen thing, but there is a hyphen between Lipton and diviner because I'm blessed to be married to who I think is the most wonderful man in the world.16100:28:24.570 --> 00:28:36.990Wendy Lipton-Dibner: And he is very special. I'm so glad you guys got to meet. So yeah, when he looked in diviner Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, um, and, and the action movement is free videos, nothing's being sold16200:28:37.410 --> 00:28:44.580Wendy Lipton-Dibner: So you're welcome to go there and get some information on how to make a greater impact and have fun with it.16300:28:45.180 --> 00:28:54.090Terry Wildemann: And that is the free gift. The action movement.com right and it will be listed underneath this video the16400:28:55.110 --> 00:29:06.570Terry Wildemann: I am just so ecstatic that you were here on the show today. You know that I love being in your energy. It is so real.16500:29:07.350 --> 00:29:09.930Wendy Lipton-Dibner: Honey, when you made the invitation. I was like, oh my god.16600:29:11.490 --> 00:29:12.240Wendy Lipton-Dibner: So I'm just16700:29:12.450 --> 00:29:18.960Wendy Lipton-Dibner: This has been so much fun. And I'm just grateful to your audience for giving us an excuse to come together.16800:29:19.560 --> 00:29:21.300Terry Wildemann: Oh yeah, see.16900:29:21.480 --> 00:29:24.030Terry Wildemann: You guys rock. You guys rock.17000:29:25.980 --> 00:29:43.560Terry Wildemann: together again. Well, thank you so much everyone for being here on behalf of Wendy and myself have your best life ever succeed on every level, from the heart and I look forward to seeing you on our next episode. You take good care.17100:29:45.600 --> 00:29:46.380Terry Wildemann: Hugs to all See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.



Awaken The Possibilities: Leadership Wisdom; A Gift for Transformation
Apr 23 2020 26 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 10 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Dorothy Martin Neville on "Leadership Wisdom; A Gift for Transformation.”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ABOUT Dorothy Martin NevilleAs the founder of 4 companies, Dr. Dorothy has first-hand knowledge of the challenges facing men and women in business. In addition, as an Executive Business Coach/Consultant, she has supported individuals from all levels of success, Park Ave, NYC to a small town in Maine. Consequently, patterns and similarities are readily understood as she brings extensive wisdom, knowledge, and experience to the table. Dorothy is an example of what she teaches. She has been asked to head the Health Committee of a UN Global Summit on Conscious Capitalism, where, as a leader in her field, she will speak of the need to bring heart, soul, and humanity into healthcare. Leadership, to be effective, must have impact. The level of impact you want to have requires an equal level of personal growth and transformation. As a best-selling author, her newest book, Real Women Change The World, addresses just that.  ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader. Website URL:: www.IntuitiveLeadership.comFacebook Page: www.Facebook.com/intuitiveleaderFacebook Group: www.Facebook.com/groups/AwakenThePossibilitiesLinkedin: www.LInkedin.com/in/TerryWildemannTwitter: www.twitter.com/terrywildemann www.twitter.com/leaderintuition_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPTwelcome everyone to this episode of awaken the possibilities I'm your host Terry well demand it's so exciting to bring you amazing gas that really make you think and trust me today you're going to be thinking and feeling and experiencing a lot I have the amazing doctor dory Martin noble who happens to be one of the faculty members of intuitive leadership university and she will be during the women or the or the leadership wisdom school so having her on today's ultra special for me because I love everything that Dorothy talks about who she is and what she represents so a little bit about garbage as the founder of four companies Dr darkie has first hand knowledge of the challenges facing men and women in business in addition as an executive business coach and consultant she has supported individuals from all levels of success Park Avenue New York City to a small town in Maine consequently patterns and similarities are readily understood and she brings extensive wisdom knowledge and experience to the table cash religion that have you in the leadership that's what I think there is an example of what she teaches she has been asked to help the help committee of the UN global summit on conscious capitalism as a leader in your field she will speak to the need to bring heart soul and humanity into health care leadership be effective must have impact the level of impact you want to have requires an equal level of personal growth and transformation as a best selling author her newest book will reveal women change the world addresses just that welcome to weaken the possibilities podcast Dr dark thank you very much it sounds so impressive I think my god what a woman yeah my there are I mean I'm up you and I've had many many conversations everybody needs others lives over in and out over the last twenty years %HESITATION and more recently in the last couple years which I am very grateful for the you have so much wisdom you offer so much you have so much insight and when we can mac magic happen so I'm really looking forward to sharing that on the podcast so one of the things that you and I are both passionate about last year one of the faculty members leadership with as we both know women are rising gate the eminent in all of us whether you're a man or a woman is beginning to really open up like a like an egg but we giving birth to death and it's really fascinating to watch so in this during this time of challenge it seems like nothing we are in a waiting process the world is taking a nap M. A. P. I call it nurture appreciation hot nurture appreciation and cost so as we wait I would love to get your perspective on waiting as it is it what is the difference between waiting and procrastinate think of how you just presented nap okay what that reminds me of is at Christmas is Sam thing in the process of being formed it is waiting to become a butterfly it is waiting to be involved in fly at its greatest beauty and its greatest heights you say it is procrastinating is to deny the absolute transformation that's taking place in the process of being still yes dramatically different it is dramatically different stinging all right so to me waiting can be a process of just keeping busy doing nothing waiting can also be a time in which you're in reflection in which you're in preparation in which you're doing all the back room things that need to be done so when it's time you can fly out the door and all the preparation has been finished it's really a choice you're now I'm do you need this comes down to are we surviving this journey all right we surviving a part of this journey are we actually living in the process of it yet yes and I've done so much TV and radio in the past few weeks with this whole pandemic this going on in the United States and looking at what's the spiritual purpose of it all and this huge special purpose individually as well as global like and when we look at the waiting versus procrastination many folks are in their homes you know in this six or two months of isolation and what is going on there what is going on are you getting bored are you getting angry I use steak nating yeah are you surviving waiting to go back out or is that man or woman you are today dramatically different than the man or woman who's going to come out of this period of isolation because you have done so much growing in the process I'm waiting for life to come back out and be social again theoretically because we can be a socially now as we were and then the differences were not doing it face to face in person right what are we doing highway simply putting in time and surviving this process are we using it to grow dramatically and really thriving in this process getting to know ourselves getting to know the parts of us we've lost because expression in the American culture we have been so busy running in circles continuously at there's no time to catch up with yourself go go go syndrome I call it right so this can be an absolute blessing in which you catch up with yourself in which you catch up with the people you love and it may be an adjustment the first few days you may know not know if you want to kill them and not kill them the but yeah but then let's deal with reality but over time it really comes down to %HESITATION are you going to learn to love again are you going to learn to open your heart again are you going to focus on the parts of them you don't like are you going to focus on the parts of them you'll not have turned it and it really says who do I want to be in this world tour %HESITATION I want to be in my own soul and so there's a waiting and yet one of rich rich time this is if we choose to make and sell you're absolutely right there I think because you know the waiting can come from two perspectives in King Kong from yelling scared insecure war being very fearful or the waiting can come from the prescription of what you're talking about for being and getting things in order getting to to reconnect with ourselves you know getting to reconnect with their family members because how many parents have worked literally not region they they've been doing what they can to keep all the balls in the air hello there okay they meet each other again they really do I saw something %HESITATION flashing across my phone or something one day last week and Jimmy Fallon was doing like a ten minute at home thing before he does show in the evening which I never really separate enough to watch so but it was fun to see this still at home piece and he started off by saying you know after two weeks in lockdown my wife and I realized we made a really good choice yes we knew it in our heads yeah but we're so busy with the kids were so busy with the show we're so busy with life but being together for two weeks he became busy with each other that is really cool I love it yeah absolutely love that thank you for sharing that yeah so as we wait and we agreed to I like to say we wait yeah and we rebuilt well we allow our intuition to guide us Ashley can tune into ourselves what a wonderful thing and our intuition guides us to work with or perhaps identify for inner genius because US many of us run away from her genius many of us run away from the talents that we have because we think things were so easy for us in that specific arena that we don't think it's important how it you know where I'm going with that you may have somebody who can decorate a house like it's nothing I mean it's just fun by being better than they do it together another person looks at that is thank you hello in the right place that's the inner genius that's how it that we're born with so perhaps this time of waiting instead of procrastinating exist replaced we can truly connect with our intuition that will guide us to what our true inner geniuses two then you're talking about the butterfly it's part of the transformation of who we are when all of your slips with you thought some there's a few things you put in I'm like you say I love decorating to me the fun and the best part about moving is I get to decorate a new place I love moving and because it's a new opportunity to to use the same things I don't throw out and start all over again I use them and sometimes I end up giving away because I'm moving to smaller place or a different configuration or in it doesn't fit but I'm not doing that by Anna Francis said please help me out help me out of that what you do but isn't something I want to do as a profession right all right so that energy yes and I think we have many elements Abbas yes there are really good at many different things but there is that one reason we're here in our intuition allows as if we listen that's a big word isn't it okay to recognize all the things we're good at but don't necessarily want to devote our lives to highs my experience in working with folks is that somebody said you're really good at best and so therefore you should go into that field and because somebody was lost they said sure I'll do that so they go into that field just because you're good at it doesn't mean that's where you belong yeah it doesn't matter big distinction yeah because that doesn't mean that's going to feed your heart in your soul that may not be that he's that brings out the best you there is that brings up a I I just saw this image of a child who is really really good at sports and the father keeps pushing the child because the father has ideas or the mother the parents has ideas this person got that this kid going professional and just because the kid is really really good at that specific sport and your question or question their push how many times have we seen children finally get the courage to say I'm done that's not what I want to do with the rest of my life this is not enjoyable anymore I don't want to do this and so what ends up happening is that we need to and I think for me it's those moments when we stop that we get the opportunity to say wait a minute is this truly where my heart and soul is fed is truly the gift I brought into this planet to help the world's transformation what am I doing here what is my purpose for being here you know what is causing me to be most alive in most me there were two master he comes out in how do we link bridging tenacity where is waiting meeting %HESITATION just being able to tap into R. Y. sin to themselves as well as in your inner genius that's a nasty it's really can just I can see it connecting the dots let's let's take your school as an example okay I'm gonna be teaching their now I'm in a period of waiting until things up and running in a class starts now I can be annoyed and frustrated because what the heck is she doing she should have started last Tuesday all right or I can say it may start in a week in the starting line what do I need to do for me to prepare him best class I can offer right so the students get the most out of it in a way that best supports everybody and so my tenacity I'm going to make this up my babies should be fine my do you notice it like children she was over there I would have put a lot to wrap in a room but she was perfectly sound asleep over there tell women mom is not paying attention yeah even noticed when you were sleeping sweetheart that's why mine's locked downstairs it's like well who's in charge of this program it's me it's me no it isn't my log and so it's been cherished I'm the tenacity says I am waiting and I am going to be offering my best I am going to do the best I can do when it's ready to go and I'm using my time to make sure everything I need to do whether it's in feedback whether it's in handouts whether it's in doing she went away I am going to be so %HESITATION giving and so present and I'm using this time with that in address saying well I really don't care anyway she's not doing it and I don't care if it happens it happens if it doesn't it doesn't do it you know I mean so we can go anywhere we want to go with that if I've got to wait I can wait with the half an ounce of interest or I can wait with excitement and passion and vibrancy right right now is the time to get it up and going seven minutes waiting and I'm still waiting for the little sample did you that we need to get see that see that see this is thank you lord okay and that's something I could get out you know me I can get that out in half an hour yeah so we need to get on to that we're gonna be doing university by the way on the resume I'm very excited about working at actually writing that down is looking at creating an online course I have found that the what at zero are used to your Hey you are N. nominal they pick up the phone the phone they talk with you thank god you're there absolutely amazing so I had to switch from a couple other platforms actually reserved for that reason because there's a live person on the other end of the fall this is the chance today I am going to keep doing the best I can do while I do this and if I have to go through fourteen places to get the best for me that's what I'm going to do message you're asking all while you're waiting to get this going the ten NASA city is preparing you it's bearing the context is all so that we again waiting isn't a passive right we can make it passes if we choose to but in and of itself waiting is at a you know a woman who is pregnant she's waiting for this birth but I can assure you it is a lot going on if you've ever been pregnant there's a lot going on so you know there's we need to me we need the tenacity because nothing happens without it and it's it that's a very interesting image that you're brought up because I know for myself I'm not pregnant woman when it comes to the school I am not pregnant women which and right now we are in love seven is what's coming up for me I'm in months seven and that's true yeah that's true one seven we got it we're getting all the sample courses together we're getting all the videos together all the faculty members group we're doing a lot of the hard stuff right now getting to the web pages ready to rock and roll and cook and by number eight I think this could be a premature baby I don't want to wait nine months okay maybe doing in six months earlier Mr yeah wait a month right we're at the week's perspective we are in about week thirty thirty one right in there thirty two in getting this thing cooking yeah it is exciting it really is exciting so just looking at I'm the chastity that you have and not standing still and doing nothing until it starts then you'll do what you gotta do nations now says I'm getting going on during this time during this and you go through as many of these I need you to get the right ones I'm gonna look at enough people that I need to look at to get what I think is the best teacher program sure right that's it read something up that happened by the way with the school from a leadership perspective from an integration perspective and from any perspective of not listening to intuition not this past weekend but the weekend before I was building the life wisdom squish three schools and intuitive leadership university leadership within the school of business with a formal language in school I had chosen to start with the life wisdom school because in my world what I have learned in leadership is if I don't help the leaders work on containing their stress levels and learn how to become more resilient all the practical tactical logical step at a teaching tends to fall on deaf ears because there are way too stressed so I've always started even when I own my leadership center I've always started on stress management burst well two and a half days later I created the website the webpage for baskets of pink school everything was done everything you know the pictures on and on and on it was I was ready to hit that send button thank you my webmaster it disappear this here I mean gone no recovery nothing I'm going through this thing and it's like I just want to have these on this reading the copy and make sure everything was was spot on well like me I could I mean I cry I just walked away from the computer for three days after that I I was just so upset well I know when I need to reach out to somebody else to get me ground and I was really in grounded with that that really %HESITATION that's specific events really threw me and I thought what is the message here yeah yeah what is the gift and the gift was in no cruise ship this and I am and I was working with another faculty member Dr Stephen Hobbs very intuitive and very insightful and I said Stephen we both went into his own and what became very clear is I was working on the wrong school the first school to launch is the leadership was in school and it's already it was already created I just have to find and so the leadership was some schools going to be the first school to launch and I just sort of went because it felt right right but you Jeez look at what I did I pushed I wasn't listening I I was determined I was listening to the intuition I pushed through and Universidad what we can do %HESITATION we you and I have talked about this before that when we are in well yes we are absolutely out of balance where you need intense not well well is about force yeah man we live in and tanks we are allowing while we go forward and we will see obstacles we walk around them we don't fight them because we're not in force we just keep on going because my intention is to get there and I would just walk around what I need to and I'll deal with what I have to and I am just going to keep on going because that's my attention recorder says I'm gonna knock down every little monthly gets in my way because I'm going in this is what's going to happen and that's where I was that weekend weekend yeah on a weekend doesn't work in our body it doesn't work in our energy field it force does not do it well is not an asset other than in a very short term process minutes you know you know we teach the stuff and we end up teaching what we have to learn for ourselves during not how many times have I said do you we came here to teach what it is we came here to learn you're now on the yeah really so the leadership within the school rock first I think well there's going to be the faculty member doing the women in leadership program which I am so excited we're gonna have a staple on the website you're gonna have a little video of her talking about this year's why she's part of the faculty and it's just gonna be fun really looking forward to it well thirty thank you very much this is not going to be the that that's just not the first time it's not gonna be the last thing you're going to be part of your making the possibilities I asked you are actually also going to be in our waking up possibilities Facebook group on Friday the freedom Friday every Friday I have a number of what we call the heel network a list you get used in a leadership network people of which some rhetorical team members who are you going to be taking time and they're very busy day to spend time with me to help you regular possibilities group members take flight step into their freedoms are really looking forward to that yeah and how many attended many attendant and watch so we can really answer questions and deal with whatever whatever comes up right now at this time yeah this podcast is after that date which I think it may be Dorothy actually you can read you can actually watch that they spoke what either in the group will weaken the possibilities or on YouTube it'll be up there too so thank you this is been a very insightful and wonderful track on leadership our own personal leadership yeah and what we need to do in order to transform so that we can be the best leaders we can possibly be when this is over right and ready ready to go with that tenacity ready to take off and fly absolutely I thank you so very much and to my list the possibility I look forward to seeing you next time your success  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Awaken The Possibilities: The Role of Intuition in Your Marketing
Apr 16 2020 20 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 9 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Laura Rubinstein on "The Role of Intuition in Your Marketing.”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Laura RubinsteinLaura Rubinstein is an award winning Social Media and Marketing Strategist, Certified Hypnotherapist, Master Leadership Coach, speaker and bestselling author of the book “Social Media Myths BUSTED: The Small Business Guide To Online Revenue.” She is the founder of Social Buzz Club, the influencer marketing platform that uses gamified content sharing to help your content go viral. Laura has developed marketing and branding strategies for more than 1,000 businesses, celebrities, coaches, speakers and authors across the globe helping them create more profits and brand popularity. Her profit-generating strategies and popular blog at TransformToday.com make her a highly sought after speaker and consultant.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPTwelcome everyone to the awaken the possibilities podcast I'm your host yeah I have it thank you ma'am yes who is so full of business with them and social media was down every single time I connect with her I learned something new something refreshing something different something dynamic this woman is our rockstar of course I'm talking about Laura Rubenstein Lupin Rubenstein to ruby team I think you're right I'm wrong I shouldn't I wouldn't wind so allow me to read %HESITATION biopic as she is just one thing Lara is an award winning social media and marketing strategist certified hypnotherapist master leadership coach speaker and bestselling author of the book issue media myths blast dad the small business guide to online revenue she is the founder of social buzz club the influencer marketing platform that uses dignified content sharing to help your content go viral Lara has develop marketing and branding strategies for more than one thousand businesses celebrities coaches speakers and authors across the globe read more profits brand popularity the profit generating strategies a popular blog at transport today dot com maker a highly sought after speaker and all welcome Laura awakens the possibilities I'm so glad to be here you know when we hear the word social media a lot of us it's like I'm so tired of hearing social media what hello Manson instances is there a business that won't benefit from social media the business that doesn't want credibility visibility or more leads yeah %HESITATION there you go okay so when you hear the words so sure media and I know that's your wine hello there's a media what does it mean to you when someone comes to you and says tell me why I need to step into your social media correct business that's why I wrote the book you know social media myths busted because I kept hearing people hard so you know all these things they have going on in their head about it like it weighs so much time and there's so much global club there and I can't make any money and those are all minutes and that we bought into as %HESITATION I would say not aware business owners of the possibility here and they haven't made it fun yet so it can be fun it doesn't have to be drudgery and you can also delegate certain things about it but %HESITATION the I want to inspire people to throw away that mental model of what you think social media is and imagine like being able to have a place you could walk into and connect with millions thousands hundreds of your ideal prospects ideal candidates for your service in a very natural relationship oriented way you don't have to be sales the impact of your sales eight you get rich you know you're really ignored the becoming visible in your sales are on the matter when the market moves in the members move out but if you like shake hands with people so if you think about it like what do you do with a normal networking meeting when you're in person we can't do that right now I knew what can be done no one else can do that you say cancel what's a handshake on social media it's a like it's a comment it's a accepting a friend request it's a %HESITATION you know follow so those are the the in effect handshake and then do what you normally do and networking meetings you want to get to know people like on link then you're going to want to connect with people just because you're curious about them and learn about them so that's a little bit of a beginning of a new paradigm so how how well you know what you just said something like every single time I've talked with you a light bulb goes off it in nineteen ninety eight I wrote my book one hundred Curtis you connecting with the winning telephone number and in that book what I said was yeah here it is this is nineteen ninety eight we'll be image on their not me but I'm not I was number one but %HESITATION when I wrote that book the one thing I said is how you answer the phone is the equivalent to a handshake when you meet someone you just said something that I never thought about when you like to come up with something for you French someone it's the equivalent of a handshake I never thought about it like that and now I can understand my frustration your Facebook I mean I get I get so frustrated when these people friend of me and I send a message back and say I'm a networker I really love to get you know you get it out and then it's crickets why do you bother reaching out and lending me you're not going to connect your response it doesn't make sense and what I what I will do is after a while I will go through my messages and if not if that person or entity person there's a lot of %HESITATION I responded to my message of networking I just unfriend them because why bother having them as a friend on Facebook it's very wise of you to hide message them is that before you accept their friendship or after it's usually after yeah I and I and believe it or not I do something that you're going to connect with somebody other parts right now I'm also test every single one and merit time and when I when I'm less adjusted because I used by when I say muscle test site the body has a bridge don't we'll talk about it too it was only just a little bit of research media bash body has a wisdom and it's something that I've used in helping business owners he %HESITATION and get rid of the emotional baggage and I used it to muscle test when something is right or not right for me and I have lots of tests to people who are friends of me where no matter how I asked the question at the moment and the moment not meant to frighten them and ended up and always keeps coming up now no matter how I do it and I won't accept your French remember your folks have accepted which is why it surprises me when I see that they don't respond the one that Lara well I can't tell you what other people are thinking and why they're doing that and some of them may be spammers are not real %HESITATION but other than it's a good way to tweet him out the way you're doing it is send the messages they don't message back unfriend them I love that strategy now here's instead of doing body wisdom which some people don't know how to do yeah then and there you can check for a couple of things first we'll go click on their profile see if they posted in a while if they haven't forget it you know actually you may not be able to see if they if they're keeping it hidden so once you accept their friend request if they haven't then you know unfriend them because that means their spam or they're not really into posting what I want to connect with them %HESITATION if they are so they don't have a profile picture if they don't have %HESITATION any post and they don't have anything filled out on their about section about who they are what they do and look at how many friends they have so %HESITATION if it's a lot or a little you know it depends if they have a lot and they're posting a lot makes sense that they have a lot in the posting nothing there spammer okay so this is the a lot this your body wisdom will verify this I don't have the body with them you can check the check great a little checklist in your mind and if two of the three are like nope they don't they're not posting anything they have too many friends they're out of there you know we don't you're talking about friends and what I ask why what compelled you to reach out to me and it drives me crazy when they come back with what we have so many friends in common if that's the reason why you want to connect with me then there's something wrong I don't really care how many yes one more question give them you know a second chance saying so what's important about us having so many friends in common that makes you want to be you know what I have not done that it would be cure I would be curious to know what people are saying especially if you did this to twenty or thirty people and see if you got people yet know to to get a follow up and they say you know we're just connected to a lot of people so it you know I might if it was me and that's why I was doing I might say we're connected to a lot of people and you might have something interesting to me that I'd like just to to learn from you because all these people are very interesting people you know so is that shorthand for that I don't know you know it could be it could be you can give a benefited the doubt and then you know you can say in you could have some standard things that you can cut and paste back on as long as you're not doing too many other times %HESITATION because Facebook will notice if you're cutting and pasting into their system and they will put you in Facebook jail make no mistake about it for doing whatever and we don't know exactly what they will and won't do but so be careful sure part it's really bothers me is you don't know what the expressionist when you put in place for the child which isn't fair to the consumer because we don't know what you did we don't what we did wrong well as a marketer we know that Facebook it is owned by Facebook I do not own Facebook I do not own anything that I put on Facebook okay so be very cautious and conservative with your use of it did you read their community rules and terms and guidelines because you will be enlightened and you may be like oh I didn't know that was against the terms it it's not fun reading I apologize but it's not you know it is what it is so I always err on the side of being very conservative with what I post on Facebook because I don't want to get shut down because I do value using that service in the platform but at the same time never ever build your %HESITATION business on rented land we call rented land this I loved that yeah make sure you have your own platform whether it's your own course your own email list your own website or combination of those things you want to eventually capture your community into one of the things you do on wow that's brilliant I really really like that like I said I always learn something new from you I really do it's your I never thought of Pittsburgh's being rented land that impact your so that is so true it's all it's true for all the networks is not just a spoke it's any network they can change the rule at any time they can start charging you they can keep you out of the do you you don't own it well your followers they can shut down your Facebook pages we know people who've had this done to them so don't be a victim be proactive use it wisely and conservatively and then appropriately to drive traffic to where you want no seven people have died I have been listening to who are social media group was supposedly on have said that it appears that Facebook is going away from Facebook profiles and going more towards the personal profiles and groups in a Facebook business pages yes yes yes okay no no no so I'm not sure what you mean in terms of that well there's very little on the Facebook business pages and the fan pages whatever you know and the harshest chase %HESITATION it's really hard to interact on this yes okay so here's the SNL or the no in the US so no they're not getting rid of the pages if you want any traction on your pages you have to pay it is a pay to play a game so and the only way you can advertise on Facebook is to have a Facebook page a business page okay you can just have a profile and then use their advertising platform so the pages are not going away because all the revenue is based on income yeah that being said they're putting a higher focus on groups because that's where the engagement is really happening so the Facebook page is where you source your you know your advertising from and if you're not using advertising then yeah don't use Facebook pages they're not going to they're not gonna do a whole lot of good except for the fact that if you drive people to your Facebook page from your website okay you have to have credibility you need to be posting there just to have something there there probably won't be allowed interaction if you're not paying for it okay if you want interaction and build a community most people now are advising and engaging and creating Facebook groups and eventually you'll start seeing ads if not already in the Facebook groups %HESITATION we're already seeing all kinds of things but yeah remember this is a free platform for many users but %HESITATION you have to put up with ads and more and more creative ways that Facebook is allowing advertisers to do that interesting because I I don't see it in my group yet so I will be out for it and I will be on the look out for it so Laura one of the things about leadership and wisdom and social media is being smart about how do you ship what do you see preventing children perspective and you know I'm all about intuition that's the name the university intuitive leadership university when I come into perspective with social media what is the bottom line piece connecting leadership social media and intuition in your work I think about this a lot actually and I've talked about this for years a lot so as a leader when you go to post on social media do a gut check do that intuitive check is what you're about to post the valuable important and reflective of who you are as a leader you know is it modeling your highest leadership and exit modeling something you want others to do you know that whole work thing about leadership if it's not don't post it you know I like to say use social media for social good so you know if you want to rant it is not the place that a leader rants leader ramps right is that if you want to forward the conversation and something in a diplomatic proactive and inspiring way yes okay so you have to do your own internal processing first before you go post don't use social media to process your emotions I %HESITATION what you were saying because you're right somebody spoke to going these rants I have to admit I just go whoa yeah it it pushes me back okay and I question leadership and influencer leadership and influencer and I was just asked this question recently not all influencers your leaders correct if you really think about it not all influencers your leaders so we have negative leaders and we've got positive leaders an influencer to me someone who just has to be popular okay who has the ability to our influence people regardless of whatever the topic is they they just have a charisma they have all they have a way about them that influences people but it does not necessarily mean either positive or negative and I would like to see that the leadership step up the leaders here watching today step up and start to overwhelm the influencers who are not doing who are not leading you know let let's put the content on in a compelling way that you know drowns out the the influencers who are just festering you know negative or eight you know influencing it moving us in the non positive direction so I'd like to see more positive influencers leaders to be developed and that's you know what I'm passionate about helping people do is bringing out their message making the impact they want using social media in a very positive powerful and impactful way in this room creating intuitive leadership university it is intuitive leadership university is about getting he stressed out lores really aren't leaders but they're so stressed out that they can't you know they they sort of lose their mo Jo and helping them lead off that stress him sure we'll intercom is info that leads them to become into one stop mobile internet leaders and Google business must you know what to say you know what what the practical business Mr I'm practical business mystic is someone who integrates the practical technological emotionally energetic spiritual intuitive when you integrate all of it guess what you become a one stop mobile you become unstoppable a man I think that's a great note J. who basically said Lara you are going to come back right I'm never far away no you're not and as a member intuitively to ship university very grateful to you in the work that you do very grateful for what you do with many of the different organizations of which I'm a part of a couple of them the women's speakers association last year to such tremendous work with them and I'm very very grateful to you for being the leader that you are in the social media space because we need more people like you know and I'm thrilled that you're going to be sharing that information knowledge and %HESITATION wisdom I can attitude leadership university so to remind listeners thank you so very much for being a part of today listening in and you know we 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Awaken The Possibilities: Authentic Follow Up....That Gets More “Yesses”
Apr 09 2020 23 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 8 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Debbie Hoffman on "Authentic Follow Up....That Gets More “Yesses”.”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ABOUT Debbie HoffmanDebbie Hoffman is a heart based-follow-up expert, speaker and founder of “Power-Up! Your Follow-Up.” She works closely with relationship driven entrepreneurs, coaches and network marketers who are letting potential clients slip through the cracks because they don’t have a reliable follow-up plan in place. Her proven step-by-step follow-up system supports them to have more ideal clients saying yes to working with them. After 20 years working on Wall street as a Managing Director, with over $25-billion in sales, Debbie took her organizational skills (and an extraordinary ability to connect with people) and created multiple six figure business. In addition, Debbie had tremendous success as a Network Marketer, having built an international team of several thousand consultants. She’s also a best-selling author and has a forthcoming book highlighting her proven follow-up system… due out in 2020. Her mission is to support entrepreneurs to share their gifts and get their message out in a big way so they can create a bigger impact._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPT welcome everyone to this episode ever waking the possibilities I'm your host Terry will demand I'm the founder and the owner of intuitive leadership and it should have leadership university well we have three schools leadership wisdom school the business wisdom score and a life without school our faculty members are experiencing highly educated people who would take you to a place where you can leave off the stress hamster wheel of life and leaping into is low so that you can become an unstoppable intuitive leader and practical business Mr today we have a guest who I adore she's been in my life for about four years and what I love about her is that we share a love of networking I've been teaching at working for almost twenty five years it's a very very special topic but there's something about the way that Debbie talks about it what the missing link is that most people miss when it comes to networking I am making it successful we often hear people complaining %HESITATION networking doesn't work well guess what if you go in your own little group and you are in the skin on your own little group in your having your drink well guess what you're right you're not networking okay so it doesn't guarantee me that network doesn't work out of it about that little bit but the thing is that networking is foundational to your business it's foundational whether it's in person whether it's on the phone whether it's on to which so many of us are doing right now because we have to do with this by respect Sir let me introduce you to this amazing woman Debbie Hoffman has a heart based follow up expert into speaker and brown %HESITATION power up your follow up she works closely with the relationship driven entrepreneurs which is a network marketers or letting potential clients slip through the cracks because they don't have a readout of very reliable follow up plan in place or prudent step by step follow up system supports them to have more ideal clients saying yes that's what we want yes you're working with them after twenty years working on Wall Street as a managing director with over twenty five billion in sales Debbie took her organizational skills and extraordinary ability to connect with people and created a multiple six figure business impression that we had tremendous success as a network marketer having built an international team of several thousand consumption is also a best selling author and has a forthcoming book highlighting her follow up system yeah well I'm twenty twenty our mission is to support entrepreneurs to share their gaps and get their message out in a big way so that they can create bigger impact and welcome to the show that I am so thrilled that you are here speaking with your waking the possibilities audience he gave us your message needs to be heard thank you so much for having me I'm really glad I'm here the timing is perfect instead many what it eats so many ways so that means you are on Wall Street first you should get out of Wall Street into your own business can you tell us a little bit more about that because one of the things that I find that a lot of our guests do is they were in these big corporate businesses and they take leaps leaps into doing what your heart was calling them to do my story is a little different so I didn't wake up one day and go oh my god I'm amazing at follow up and say I got to teach people that's like that's not how it happened so as you read I worked on Wall Street and one day I just quit because I wanted to be home with my family and I want to make a bigger difference as an entrepreneur %HESITATION unfortunately right after I quit %HESITATION my husband's real estate market because it well my husband's business because the real estate market crashed and we had we went through foreclosure bankruptcy by we lost everything it was devastating and that was gonna be the that was gonna be what was going to be supporting us so depression being a victim all that's ahead unfortunately would save me was finding a mentor I knew that this woman can help me and she did call me out of that hole and help me get back to work again during that time I met a woman who had a network at a conference who was interested in the products that I was representing at the time and she said I'm interested but follow up with me and I did for fourteen months not easy to do and finally she said yes and I continue to follow up with her like I always do with new clients and one day she left me a message and said Debbie you're amazing and follow up you need to teach me your system I remember it as it was yesterday hearing this message and she said I really struggle with follow up we need to talk and I was like what like what are you talking about so I called her and I said to what you're talking about and she said nobody follows up the way you do and people are really struggling with this you have to get you need to do something with us and to tell you the truth Terry I had no idea that this was a gap I didn't know I was doing anything special and thank god she pointed this out to me encouraged me to start this business because I really feel we all have a gap we all have that thing that we just do naturally that we take for granted right sometimes it takes somebody outside of us to pointed out and I'm really grateful because now I've been able to help hundreds and hundreds of people %HESITATION to improve their follow up and get their message out to make the impact they're here to make so I'm just so grateful but it's a very different kind of story like I just didn't know it was anything you need well actually live there a lot of folks I work with they're they're actually very much like you guys and everything just came by and said you couldn't we don't recognize our ingenious we don't because we're so close to it we don't see it it's so easy for us we have this idea that things have to be hard why you are really good at follow up you said it was fourteen months from curious how many touches before she probably bought I I've called her monthly so we're talking fourteen touches before she bought and that's what I see that a lot of sales people today yeah it's not you're not gonna make you may not make the still the first time or the second time for the third time not for time and time do your credit the fourth call she finally said yes so I do not reject the people takes twelve touches for somebody to buy actually can I share some statistics here is I think this will really help so research shows it takes five minimum contacts by the minimum for the average person will say yes to doing business with you but lots of experts say can be between eight and fifteen yeah but the thing is Terry only eight percent of entrepreneurs get make it to the fifth contact most likely forty eight percent of about Jupiter's don't even follow up once like they need somebody and they don't even make that first call right so eight percent are getting to the fifth contact which means ninety two percent of us are stopping short of where most of the business happens and of course those eight percent are doing eighty percent of the business out there and that's the whole point it's all about the follow up right so it's really critical and most people are not this isn't on their radar screens it's like you're not even thinking about it well this is one of the things that I share with folks it's it's okay I teach a lot of traction right it's one of the big bangs what we were doing our sales programs we teach water traction you have to be present in mind body and spirit and be very clear and get rid of all the emotional baggage about sales and interact with people monitor the good stuff to be clear all that stuff out and then they're like okay the raider rocking go rock and roll in the going the network in many no do there while they're doing there about a year or whatever it is their ankle whatever it is that these days and it's like okay Terry I'm not making any sales are how many times did you follow up did you call did you connect you just send an email well no I didn't do any of that Hey Lou so a lot of traction goes so far you must take inspired action yeah and that's where you come in that's right teaching people how to follow up at so what is do you believe that the easiest way to follow up his other email tax this tax thing I'm old school so I don't normally follow up by text for a phone call I I'm talker I prefer well I'm follow up in a phone call or follow up %HESITATION you sent me an email at least so what what do you what do you think it or whatnot thanks what do you share as the number one way of connecting with people well I'm a girl too and I believe picking up the phone is should be the first step most people don't most people send emails and I don't know about you but my inbox gets flooded and sometimes things get lost but when people leave me a message I listen to it almost immediately right I see a message that I listen to it so I totally believe that since you heard the statistics and most people aren't following up at all and the people who are following up our emailing if you call you'll rise above everyone else and people are gonna think wow this person actually took the time to call me right so you'll you'll rise above your competition so that for me is step one and then I used to email right after that but again people weren't responding so I shifted to texting and I would say ninety nine percent of the time people respond to my tax wow that's good that's that's really been working so I basically leave a similar message a shortened message %HESITATION as I did in the voicemail and people are responding so it's been really fabulous I will still recommend to send an email as the third touch point because if that person %HESITATION was busy all day and it's late at night and they can't call you back and they can't respond to your text is leaving they'll respond to an email and then you'll see where how people respond and that will show you their preferred method of communication and then you can continue on that way so okay do you were you just said Debbie at the very last piece about the preferred method of the client's communication can you repeat that please sure aren't yes said the way they respond we'll show you their preferred method of communication some people will you know feel better responding by email they get to their messages late and that's how they're going to respond right some people will respond like I said ninety nine percent of the people I'm texting are responding to tax they're not responding to the email so now I know that that there's that that's their preferred method of communication and that's the best way for me to reach them you have to be aware everybody's so different everybody's wired so differently they really really are now do you find a difference between and I'm sure he can carry us through this that means of this question in %HESITATION where one generation and we do things a specific way do you see a difference in millennials and how it is that they sell are there other entrepreneurial businesses work for the people that they work with I'm really not personally working with a lot of millennials but my clients are and they're finding that it's all texting like they don't ever pick up a phone call right so again you gotta tune into your market and if you're dealing with millennials they're into texting or Instagram or whatever you know they're they're not they're not picking up the phone and calling people back my clients back seven network via Instagram how does that happen for those of us of a certain age who knows I happen to know how Instagram works but it's not one of my fondest media platforms I just miss it might be a handful networking ruby and Instagram it's not so much that they're networking they're just you know promoting what they're doing and I'm not in an Instagram expert so that's not it's out of my wheelhouse but I just hear that that's what they're doing that's where they're going so what is what do you see from where you set as being the number one challenge with follow up %HESITATION there's so many challenges the only one here one now when I give a jury three iron here that I can share so the first thing that I see and this is really kind of an epidemic is that people tell me they use this word they just say I wing it I don't prepare what I'm gonna say when I call you by don't prepare before I go to a networking that what I'm gonna say I'm when I'm meeting with somebody or you know to present what I do I just wing it so they're not preparing the second thing I know it's a big one check back a big one I know I know I know right but they don't think about like this stuff is like there's all this stuff that we know that we don't know but then there's all the stuff that we don't know that you don't know and when it comes to follow up and sales so much falls into that later that latter category people it's just not on the radar screen they just never what I find in the reason I'm doing this I'm so passionate about it Terry's because I see people who love what they do they're so gifted they have such a great offering of a product or service whatever it is that they offer to people but they've never been taught follow up skills or sales skills and so on they're the best kept secret right so that's why it's like people are putting this %HESITATION as the last part making this the last priority so getting back to your question so the number two issue I see is that people have these looming believes %HESITATION that come up that stop them from following up and the biggest one I hear is %HESITATION they're free to being self you're pushing so that's the second thing and it stops them and I help people with the whole mindset shift around at a lot of it's just mindset a lot of it's knowing what to do and what to say and those living believes will drop off if they have really deep limiting beliefs and I send them to people like you you know the people who do the inner work because I don't do I get people with more practical things that they can do and some daily practices as well but if they've got some deep lifelong issue then I refer them to someone who can help them with that and then the third thing that's huge and it's costing people so much money and I call it the number one leak on in people's system is that they're not consistently asking for referrals gosh yes it's and they're sitting on a goldmine and nobody's asking or they're not asking consistently I mean I just hear this over and over and over again whenever I speak I ask you know raise your hand if you consistently ask your clients referrals no one's hand goes up so those are three key areas %HESITATION when it was the fourth one two is they don't have a system in place in a technology I was just gonna say that you can't really beat me to it before you ask for one I gave you for that but they're all he issues okay so and that system is huge so I'm not so I'm gonna ask you this should be reversed should the system be number one sure that they know what to do and how to do it well they don't know what to do well there's when I say system I'm talking to two different things first there is the technology there's the CRM customer relationship management system and email marking system everything is stored so that is number one to get that but then knowing what to do and what to say and how often a follow up and what methods of communication that's where I come in okay that was second system okay yes so there's two system but yes people when I when I start working with me step one is get your system and I help them figure out which is the best fit for them based on their business model and where they're at in their business and what their needs are yes you've got to have a system if not you're gonna baggies and boxes full of cards and notebooks and you know there's a gal a friend of mine I've been talking to for six years about getting this year and she finally got one and it's a game changer for her it's going to well everything yeah she was so much so when you get that business card in it things are very different today with technology so your do you have a business card or did you will bump you know on the phone or you know whatever what is your first name for me I love the business card because I can touch it I can look at it and I can remember coming from Asian in it yeah I do my thing so but that's me what do you what are you finding in today's day and age that people are doing what what is the easiest way for them to get all their contact information to put into this year and because I know for me because I you know and it does take time %HESITATION you know chip card and mission and better not is there an easier way to do that there are easier ways it depends on where people are with their business so when I first started my business I didn't have a budget at all to hire anybody to do anything for me so I would come back from the networking event and I would put their information right into my CRM I would tag them for the event that I'm not that mad and out with whether they were interested in being out classed you know client potentially or maybe they're good JV partner power partner so I wouldn't have been very interested not age whatever they were interested them as I eat you know you grew and my business and I always recommend that at certain point you've got to get someone to help you because it is not your genius to spend time adding people into a CRM you want to spend time doing what only you can do even if you don't think you can afford it you can pay somebody eight dollars an hour in the Philippines for one hour a month to do this for you or yeah and then you gradually increase that's what I did so how did the information during the Philippines so I would scan the cards and send it to them I would put the cards on a scanner and send it to them and people don't I haven't you know copy machines fax machine if you don't have one of those that just take a picture of each card one at a time and just send it to them okay we have done some of this year Ms have software where you can scan it in the information I was writing I was just going to go into that yes in my system I can take a picture of the card in it and it enters them automatically into the system and that is the best because then you can just do it immediately I I actually do it at the event I just take the picture and then I created the tags for the event in advanced and I just tag them and they're down there in the system so that is the easiest way to do it so it's about finding a CRM that has that system in it yeah warrant that has one that can connect with a scanner because with zap your now you can connect technologies together alright so you just have to find out so whatever serum you're using ask if they have a scanner our business card scanner and built in and it's not which one day can affiliate with I think it's nice to know nice so %HESITATION we're getting close to a time what we'll need to close off because I know you have another event that you need to get your very busy lady and I want to make sure that you're there on time because that's where things about networking we want to be there on time it's important to do that because if you get there early you get the scope out who's all going to be their number one on the bench it's a it's a live event and I know for myself on those things right yep there early Sitton acquiring get relaxed June and get clear and then go in and have a good time and there's all these different networking things that you and I could talk about forever but what I know is that you have a couple things to share with it awaken the possibilities audience that I'm really excited about it one of them is in the band and the other one is eight we have a quiz that we took in school folks now it's more of an assessment so it's sad it's a fact like in less than ten minutes you're gonna learn you're going to see you know where you're doing really well with follow up where you're going to score yourself high and then where potential clients in income might be slipping through the cracks so it's a real eye opener everyone who tells me that they've taken at when we got to talk they just say wow I learned so much about myself so so you can go to power up biz quiz B. I. Z. Q. U. I. Z. dot com power up biz quiz dot com you'll get the results immediately as well I and if you want to hop on a call to discuss them afterwards we can do that as well so the cookies take the quiz it's it you'll learn a lot about yourself thank you so much for being here today I really appreciate it and I know that that be waking the possibilities audience has a lot to gain from the words that you have shared with us so there's a lot there's a lot to networking there's a lot to sales but when you finally get it altogether if he becomes a major and just part of your argument it's wrong so trust me it can it's it is something that can be learned and and then there was a great person to be able to do that show me out again thank you so very much for being here into our waking the possibilities financed please dryness and basically group awaken the possibilities we're gonna be talking about all kinds of things and leadership life and business but I'm glad to have you come on in there too and talk about stuff so rains there at Facebook dot com forward slash groups forward slash or weaken the possibilities for to bringing more bringing cast those day with us and we will be seeing you at the next not if you're at your best day ever thank you for having you're welcome See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Awaken The Possibilities: Living An Unapologetic On Purpose Life
Mar 31 2020 28 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.In episode 7 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Tanya Miller on "Living An UnapologeticOn Purpose Life.”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ABOUT Tanya MillerMy name is Tanya J. Miller of Tanya J. Miller, LLC and Talking with Tanya. I’m an author, speaker, coach, and strategist with a passion for helping people and organizations figure out how to do life and leadership unapologetically on purpose._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPTrecord on this computer hello everyone and welcome to awaken the possibilities I'm your host Terry will be managed by little rock you know you're welcome let me awaken the possibilities is about helping entrepreneurs leap off the stress chance to relive light and lead to harm is low you become unstoppable intuitive leaders and practical business district so how do we do that how do we get to this place where we can tap into ourselves and really grow from the inside out what our guests are spectacular people who have secrets I have experiences that have allowed them to reach specific areas in their lives where they can help others change their lives thank you may I have just back and yeah I would love for you to please welcome Tanya Jane Miller she's very energetic very exciting and she's an author and speaker and a strategist with a passion for helping people and organizations figure out how to fix things I did get to where they want to be so we were talking a little bit before the show and one of the things that she has it she did not include in her files which I told her I was going to talk with her about is the woman's got an MBA but you know what she says I just have an MBA NMBS get back we're just added their kid out that is a big deal that's really is a big young congratulations on your great you mean you're in the act Morgan there are some facets that are I think are pretty exciting that are weak in the possibilities audience would do very well I don't know about you so how does a little bit more back here because I know there's some GST jerseys really has laid the foundation for who you are today absolutely so again my name is Daniel J. Miller as I mentioned I'm author speaker coach and strategist I basically help people and organizations how to do life because sometimes it gets crazy so I want to help you figure out how to get the look of black together I think you do live right include well and it's not my definition of right well it's yours but I want to help you to get it back in so they're one of the things you said everybody was resonating was you were saying get off a hamster wheel I'm tired neither do we feel like that so I records of the future you referenced ample hamster wheel but at the end of the day it's still help people to figure out who they are with their truck with it like you said the meeting will be there to it ending impact or what it is that they know that they're here for and they're destined to do that's right now there's something else that you said that really struck me before the show okay was your nonprofit you share with us about that because not everybody has a nonprofit at a non profit years ago yeah it was a nonprofit %HESITATION that I had I I I I I people ask okay are you it is the first time I asked myself I guess I can family no work because I had a new business or block or but %HESITATION even though I were dissolved the nonprofit my heart is still working its worship and leadership and mentorship with the very firm aspect of what the nonprofit with the bat it was basically you know a lot of time and then as a matter the age but you need a while back and %HESITATION hope you along the way you need one that's been where you're trying to go back in should give you some practical advice but also some business advice as well and then if someone even about ideas doctor Stokes Allen's of arm aspect of what %HESITATION organization actually called it the twenty three D. as they will that was called the white the twenty eighteen to twenty nineteen at the I. targeted young I'm young adults between twenty to twenty nine because literally you go through so many stages that Max all conquering you need someone to help you along the way you know someone to mentor you and %HESITATION a lot of times I felt like that age group allowed arms arm gets forgotten people like %HESITATION you know what I got so much going on they do but they need help as well and fell back out was black carded at a school in %HESITATION why I %HESITATION kind of %HESITATION you name it I don't like you said before when we were talking all the possibilities never stop I would always say destiny never stopped you never get you're always going because you're learning new things about yourself you're learning more about your purpose you're finding you know more about your passion you never stop you're always arriving it's not extreme arrive so yeah when you're saying that we were talking earlier yes you get it like oh my gosh yeah I've been around the block a bit yeah so it's a lot well you know that the fact that you're working with the twenty something you were working with thank it says so much about character in who you are so I'm curious what led you to a little bit about your childhood or what got you to where you are right now okay arms so I would say I am a believer and my childhood my father with the pastor in so a lot of what him and my mother instilled in me was that I wouldn't be here just accident I'm not here just to be here I have a responsibility I have a fine and I have a %HESITATION in one of the things that I shared that my dad would always tell us back on when you're not where you're supposed to be are you sure that you know what you are straighter death makes a person that is borne along their journey in their path back when you're almost approaching interstate if you're not where you're supposed to be they're not gonna be able to intersect with you and make patch you're not gonna be able to do whatever it is that you're supposed to do they are me and %HESITATION %HESITATION back always resonated with me that I had a responsibility to the part of me and so I %HESITATION kind of look at you know with everything that I do it you know what there was you know going to school and doing some of that the nonprofit work that I did it with the community and the church %HESITATION you know what whether it was you know %HESITATION %HESITATION even in my undergrad at actress too I always had a mindset that I wanted to be of help and I wanted to be a service %HESITATION that probably is why I went to get my MBA where I got it at region because it you know just how hard it might've started leadership that's a really big thing for me and spell arm just knowing that I'm not just here I have a responsibility I have and I find it in so that often resonated in the things that I did and it %HESITATION kind of got me to where I am today out with the business that I have so you know I have a business but at the end of the day even after work you still have to start %HESITATION you still happy here %HESITATION and if the needs of your clients your customers your audience your tribe whatever you call and be able to meet them where they're at and to help them to not just see what's in front of them what are the down the road M. to help them navigate a looks like scared I love that we're navigating it's a word that I use a lot too and you know when you can help people navigate their experiences navigate their lives navigate your business as you know navigation is about discovery navigation where where a navy family okay so okay we don't sail but my and my husband and my daughter eight eight eight they rely on the navigators where they want and we are the navigators for our clients because as far as described why not all of it is integrated in getting the ship to where it needs now I now have modern day instruments to be active in the olden days I don't have a lot of the you know the modern instruments are bad eight they relied on the sun the moon the stars and we are that were apple show yet one of the things that you straight that I love %HESITATION is to live and not apologetic life on purpose when you do that we from the space of being a navigator can you tell me more about that because living in unapologetic life can be very challenging or provokes you know I get a lot of questions their rights I think that sounds like a loaded statement updated to be it's meant to be alone right %HESITATION you know often times even saying that to a client or on an individual or even you know I think it's organization it they kind of take a pause H. A. they're like well wow right I don't know if I'm doing that like I don't know if I'm being my true in excel I don't know if I'm giving everything I don't know if I'm even pleased with my fellow not you know not anybody else what aid being late like am I unapologetic why am I being one hundred percent you know what I'm supposed to be what I'm supposed to be saying regular born here so a lot of that %HESITATION and that like you said as a navigator as the strategy is agriculture I kind of need you to start asking yourself those questions you know not to be a rule you are to be %HESITATION you know what the word odd not to be you know a a new sense or anything like that just rocks yeah not for them to be a destructor in a negative way but said he had described %HESITATION you know so if I take a pause are you where you want to be alive are you pursuing a path that you had in mind are you you know what I mean so a lot of time and it's funny you ask that I actually had a my gosh this was saying she actually gave that exact word %HESITATION you said it brought back a my disruptors because %HESITATION you call out the thing that needs to be said some are where people have kind of been sweeping them under the rug and %HESITATION you know kind of as kind of asked them why is this you like it this is not you this is not what you had in mind that this is not where you're supposed to breach you know as a navigator as a destructor let's let's make it work let's make a better client less less put you down a different path and let's get you back being who you're supposed to be authentically unapologetically you know that apology thing women tend to say I'm sorry for everything wow I'm sorry he says that there's a place to stay I'm sorry by the way and that place is really you really you know when it's that time a place but a lot of what I'm gonna say women that more so women are you know yeah right we were so sorry I mean I I mean I did I mean what are you up hello judging for he blasted apologizing for and they look at me it's like you're in the habit of constantly change I'm sorry so in the end when it really is time to apologize does it really have the meaning in the act you're absolutely sure I was actually back in so quick story I was at the grocery store %HESITATION last year sometime and the lady in front of me %HESITATION got something and she was like I'm sorry I'm sorry I had to go back in the cashier like she almost took her hand that was light why are you apologizing we need to stop saying we're sorry if you forgot something there's no reason to apologize it's our hope you like it was such a light moment right the cashier myself and the lady was just out of light she's talking to us from a place of not just like you said from the moment the book from blight she was polite we need to stop apologizing why would your house ask because you forgot something you need to go get it can meet you apologizing because you need something your call is asked as you had life happened in so like you said as women we do live way more and I know it is a cryonic it yeah and a lot of that is also inherited because we get that from the environment where we live like you said there's a time and place to apologize and you really want the apology to be heartfelt and you want the apology to be sincere apologize because this fell off the basket or two because I'm wearing the wrong glasses if you get my husband's glasses instead of mine I mean it it's like oh come on you're right you're right ladies ladies and men but ladies all rights are Hollis wrote in her %HESITATION but growth stock apologize that like there's no need what will you know it's a time and place that that that that's my yeah I'm going to add to that there's a time and place and I'm you know what we're beautiful and green and just the way we are yeah and do you live in unapologetic light is to live in our power to to be every morning I don't know about you but every morning I do a little ritual work put myself in my iron woman suit and my woman said %HESITATION let me say I got that and I got the Wonder Woman bracelet on at the Winter Park nine you know and %HESITATION %HESITATION I don't know and what that does is eight okay thank you for I give out loan only allowed eleven so girl what do you do in your and to live here apologetic unapologetic life what you in the morning I would say definitely on having you know title stylist whether you're hiring you're hiring them moment meditation center yourself whatever that looks like for me you know it's it's cut out it's kind of both you know just centering myself Craig meditating and and just no matter what happens today I still have a purpose back so how are things that I was going to do today and if they happen that's great if they don't happen I'm not going to beat myself up but a lot of it for me is %HESITATION setting the foundation of being armed if my one square that day and being %HESITATION being at peace because a lot of times when I'm down that's when you know Xerox yes we can yeah so a lot of you admit that hi back that is to get in one this with myself as to be %HESITATION okay be okay with you so let's pretend that I'm your client I would love for you to share with me how you would guide me to lead an unapologetic lines definitely I would ask %HESITATION what are the things that you're wanting to work on what are the things that you're doing right now you know I will kind of listen %HESITATION I'm very much a lot of time as a listener so as you're beginning to tell me something I'm picking up on the clues that you're not saying a kick in the car even the things that are coming through which your body language hi you're on responding and so a lot of that our early on a news show %HESITATION intake if you will I'm getting a perception of what you're saying this is what you're not saying and then we'll kind of %HESITATION goal so that next piece where I would eat it back you know at the at codes and accounts when they they do that okay so I heard you say this is that what you mean if I want to emphasize that a really good understanding like this is what you said but this is what I picked up are we working on this are we actually talking about itself a lot of what I do %HESITATION working with the culture all right a lot of people eighty eight you're very different in Europe I like yeah I like to live a little I like the list since she and %HESITATION you don't always say what you need like you said we apologize and that's not really what's going on you know we might be up I was asking like you said a hundred black as much reality of the the fluttering in but is because you have a big announcement in a call coming in and you're you're flustered and that's really what's bothering you because you're waiting on news from the doctor and fellow %HESITATION that's a lot of what I do I nationally about really want to get back that %HESITATION understanding and as we begin to do the work of those things that both you said and I picked out we begin to really uncover %HESITATION what what what's really keeping you from being unapologetic was really keeping you from %HESITATION being able to put the pieces together because a lot of time thank you like I said there's a lot that's not say it and I are not covering and I start digging into it because there's no point in me just work in a what you say when it that really won't fix so I started digging at the back and we work on that about the relationship and yeah if it gets hairy what is necessary so it matches %HESITATION I believe me I understand because that's where I go with my clients to and %HESITATION so yeah it's a wonderful thing and it's something we have to do with our clients do we not we have to because we don't hold the mirror up so they can really see themselves for who they really are the beauty with oh wow so many many people men and women it just yet it's too hard for them to look in the mirror wow help with yourself yeah isn't it it can take can be really really intense so when you're one of the things that %HESITATION what we do when we do this kind of work is we have an ideal client find that we want to attract yourselves kinds of people that you love to work with I gotta get back question %HESITATION a lot like who your ideal client who your audience I would say %HESITATION if someone that number one yes my black you know we you can always work with everybody because everybody may not connect to your style your flow and how are you %HESITATION do things so one you would have to kind of connect on that not necessarily you have to be my same age or my ethnicity and my gender my right any of that but you have to be able to %HESITATION error what you have to be able to hear my voice it's been an imac and it carries weight if you were in the air and understanding and so %HESITATION one fact kind of a fabulous %HESITATION I would you know need to know that I'm actually capable of helping you because as a coach sometimes I'm a coach but you may need a therapist and counselor more than what I need are licensed to do and so %HESITATION even in that early stage kind of discussing that adding kind of strange because if you still need to do some of that at all in our work before I can help you with that out of work that needs to happen first as well info from there a lot of time I will I work with clients that are stuck in no stock maybe in their career stuck in their life on their their family situation and they're trying to navigate and trying to find the next step they're trying to find what is that what is the thing that I'm supposed to be doing now and so I work with a lot of clients that definitely aren't bad back passage at intersection I work also with a lot of clients that are trying to figure out how or what what what is my purpose what is my passion you know like I don't know I need to I can get a lot of and I'm like okay you're probably already doing so let's start date you can answer back let's start talking about what you're already doing each end making the making that makes sense and %HESITATION I work with a lot of in that vein as well and then %HESITATION like I said I also work with clients that kind of uncovered a leader that's already in how to I'm sure like you said showing the merits of showing down there Wonder Woman showing them their heating and air irony act are you there I'm beginning to pull back layers to uncover that so that they can walk in the corners of their authority as a leader %HESITATION as well so a lot of cash from the culture in which those are the clients that I work with and %HESITATION we will tackle out of those topics and and things like so one last question what is your super strength I would say I am a %HESITATION intuitive listener that are listed with the sun in show %HESITATION a lot of times I feel like I'm able to hear more than what you're saying and I'm able to interpret that back to you as to be able to clearly communicate what you are able to communicate %HESITATION one of the businesses I had awhile ago we're kind of doing that when it came to helping R. S. to figure out what their mission statement was what their goals were what their vision was I help out with a lot of what I did when I work with our business I had was start ups and entrepreneurs and so I would always say Anya actual light you said everything I was trying to say but I didn't know how to say it in a row that is what I definitely feel that I am great as as you know to the listing with %HESITATION disarmament absolutely great now you read a book right yes yes can you tell us about your books sure %HESITATION the first project I had which was kind of the launch of the new businesses call my matters and it's talking to you about getting out of your head and jump back in July as we get stuck in so I wanted to help you figure out how to get unstuck and back on purpose and I wanted to help you not just as the corporate person that is stuck but also for the person that you can arsonist and not sure how to talk to them not sure what to say because a lot of people say the wrong thing just get over it at that big a deal you can I say that the someone that dealing with you know a crisis and mental health situation you know they need a little bit more so that was the first project I did I did a book and I did the journal and then on the second day it was called my mom said and it's about love in life low grandma I'm trying to teach us how to do like right and well so there's twenty saying some crazy stories behind some of those things but the life lessons that we learned along the way that we wanted to share an arm and Intel about with %HESITATION my audience and %HESITATION there's a book and we did a prayer journal with back and then there's a third book that's called a project it's a many many books so it's a mini C. arm any book in a mini guide and it's called the groceries and is reminding you that the provisions are in use there's purpose already in you and you just have to start remembering that because there's a pro in use like you said there's that there's a hero in you are my idol Shiro hero or just your ABS it out and I'll go for cryogenic it's actually coming out real soon how motivated asked %HESITATION and it's just reminding you that the motivation is the inside job effort is inside you it can't come from anybody else you have to be the one that keeps you going because as it starts with you let's start at work and that's coming out I'm excited I can graduate at the buzzer and I love writing where can it work you both can get your box the books are available on Amazon in my remarks and noble as well as my site on Amazon the books are available skews me audio digital and print because I'm ideal %HESITATION I love idea books make sure all my books are an ideal the books are an ideal digital print journals are just in print and then like I said my the books are also at my website the college shot backstage Jameela dot com so you can get my books if you guys are able to see my lovely shirt FM really arise yes I have what I call message March so I had message jeans and Mrs burns I kind of fell in love with but in fact have different buttons and different %HESITATION message March if you will that has messages that resonate with %HESITATION helping you to do life unapologetically others Sager cranking on our website as shocked as AJ Miller as well okay well thank you so much for being here today and showing us what it's like to live an unapologetic life and all purpose mind you know I love your energy I love how you present yourself to the world and I hope that you write even more books I look forward to reading them thank all right well thank you everybody and very welcoming your host of a break in the possibilities thank you so much to argue Miller and I wish you knew your best week ever and we will be seeing you on next week's show you your success take care GNC See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Awaken The Possibilities: Heart Centered Living for Personal Fulfillment and Social Impact
Mar 26 2020 32 mins  
TO READ THE TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGEIn episode 6 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Alina Boyte on " Heart Centered Living for Personal Fulfillment and Social Impact”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ABOUT Alina BoyteAlina is an intellectual property law professor at Mississippi College School of Law, the owner of Alina Boyte LLC, a social enterprise committed to addressing poverty, hunger, and climate change through its business practices, the founder of the Heart Centered Life and host of the Heart Centered Life Podcast. Alina attended the University of London, the University of Cambridge, and Stanford Law School. She graduated at the top of her law school class and is the recipient of many highly competitive awards, including the Cambridge Commonwealth Scholarship, the Fulbright Scholarship, and the Lieberman Fellowship. Her book, Copyright Law and the Progress of Science and the Useful Arts is available on Amazon. She is happily married to a man, Jonathan, who epitomizes heart centered living and they have a daughter, Juliette, who is the inspiration for the Heart-Centered Life. You can find out more about her at www.alinaboyte.com._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPTwelcome everyone to awaken the possibilities are cash I'm your host every woman and this is a very special podcasts for entrepreneurs and business owners to assist them in growing their business in the areas of resilience leadership communications and intuition my guest today a little boy I see so much to share with you and I really hope that you listen to her words and what she has to share because it's all about intellectual property so let me share with you a little bit about this dynamic woman Lena is an intellectual property law professor at Mississippi college school of law the owner of a leaner buoy my saying that right boy yes right okay LLC a social enterprise committed to addressing poverty hunger right up my alley hunger and climate change through its business practices the founder of the heart center of light and host of the heart centered life hi Alina tended university of London university of Cambridge and Stanford Law School she graduated at the top of her law school class is the recipient of highly competitive awards including the Cambridge Commonwealth scholarship the Fulbright scholarship and the Lieberman fellowship her book copyright law and the progress of science and useful arts is available on Amazon she is happily married to Donna then %HESITATION opinion rises hearts into living I have a daughter Juliet it was the inspiration for the heart centered life and you can find out more about her Adelina boy dot com welcome to the show you know what you don't know is that my business which is currently all university yesterday call hard centered suggests exactly where you're coming from very there are reasons why you know the universe connector people together you know %HESITATION right now there's a lot going on and well folks especially those who are very fear based and nursed her behavior styles who lean towards the fact that you know everything is a reaction everything is here and three years for getting everything is all right so I'd love to hear from you you know what happened what is it that you're sharing with your clients that is so important in this day and age with all these challenges are going on with this Byers said that that is just rolling the entire world and the U. S. economy only gonna say that's that's a really great question %HESITATION you know I think a lot of people are reactors including myself sometimes you know so when we first heard about the virus initially nothing to be overly concerned about it's it's probably just something like this yeah we were in New Orleans just at the start of spring break you know and I'll New Orleans is basically a melting pot like everyone comes all over the world writing you on and try and everyone's close in close proximity I mean you could you could hardly move in New Orleans without bumping into someone because it's not so many he my husband felt sick I felt and then I still see it and I think I'm at the tail end of I think it's costing a cool %HESITATION but it was it was very what Morrison for us because I was ill %HESITATION that one is what it really did contract the virus so I think a lot of people and I was responding I was just running out of fear you know we better go back and make an appointment to see the doctor would better stock up on supplies medical supplies and everything and and then when we come back from spring break and my university issues this notice how healthy are canceling classes and then moving to online instruction and there was talk about you know locked in several cities in Seattle is in all is slight at the center of US Oakley and it's it's difficult not to react you know so I think it's in normal human reaction to react to something we are not a custom I use Walgreens you know you really are right %HESITATION my daughter is in a and your friends go area so she's unlocked and she and her fiance the weeks my other daughter is Jane Diego and she's a naval officer and all travel issues in San Diego her fiance's here in Newport Rhode Island and %HESITATION trouble is stop for all the military until may eleventh which happens to be her birthday but that so they're not going to see each other I don't really parents in Miami I just got back and your ninety seven and ninety four it's like I don't even know when I'm gonna be able to get back to them now so yeah it is very easy I I hear what you're saying is very easy no matter how grounded you are no matter how smart you are it really is easy or in the moment suddenly go to that place up across thanks that it takes your breath away and but it is important to have the tools to keep rather because frankly I both now along the tracks your perspective needing that fear just makes things worse the dance you know I I I will say one thing about this fear and fear based responses yes is really are biologically it's evolutionary as usual narrowly sexual he looked into its right so there are %HESITATION psychologists check actually treats a basis once as well phone rang you know straight are out hunting in the concrete base to make they have to meet in this one you know so I so it is it is a necessity and %HESITATION sometimes we need really strong leaders who can look here look at information accurate information and make quick decisions to protect okay so I'm not saying that your case was old is always %HESITATION wrong yes your bass response is based on make sure that how long not all of you actually right not all fear is is wrong it's what you do with that thanks the printer and whether or not you allow it to control you were you control exactly where that bird in the background is it is trying to get a message to us only %HESITATION you know to answer your question about well you know now we are in now that we process the fear and it's kind of some and how do we Roach the situation that we are in in the for more of a heartbreak behind based or eat as you say in a week and %HESITATION the right approach yes arm your intellectual property law professor a lot of us are stuck in our houses yes we're going to be writing people are going to be creating new song it'll going to be doing all kinds of perhaps cracks it's creating a New World order where we really are required in in Franklin I I traction trainer personally I feel that this was a call from humanity for us to take a break and just stop yes analysts are coming together things are happening it's a great time for people to write their box you get their courses together temperament intellectual property perspective because this is a business show no that'll you have a lot of really juicy insights that you can give us to help us with their intellectual property as well as our hearts gentry living how did the two of them combined or is there a combination that that definitely so I I love that question right last year and really speaks to my heart so I spend a lot of time thinking about I mean I spent my whole career thinking about creative %HESITATION and the legal system in itself encourages creativity only to the extent that it tries to protect the commercial value right so you know the market you know putting the walk out and then %HESITATION you are the rights that we're going to give you the right to make exclusive reproduction all right to make specific distribution rights you can sell that you can find and we but but essentially that's what beat the legal system that's why it protects those those rights but creativity actually underlies the whole legal system you know everyone treats you know it's not just your Disney or your model you know with your superhero movies right everyone of the streets it is we need to recognize that while people he too large for listen to the latest Disney movies people right people want that but what people really use creativity for the rest of the work that each one of us do has a massive impact on the people to come who who who who uses those works you know whether it's the rule whether it's after the you know it can even you can just be an instruction guide that takes you from one line in const const transform ceiling into into a different you know like like like like a very question you asked you know how do you move from a state of fear to a state of awakening all right sentence you know even if he'll have a step by step guide that takes you to the consolation in that process that is so beneficial you know I think as an intellectual property lawyer %HESITATION my my thinking is that we need to walk away from the commercializing I mean that's one of his right in those rights and everything we also need to consider racial and ethnic farm wheat only you can do what you do I mean there is no one else is the same ramen experience background you are each one of us is this unique months right and I see this is IT has kind of washing that individuality making and I think creativity is essential it's most important thing I think that a week instead this is really individuality and will need more well we really agree with you I do believe that I mean look at what's happening in our schools with their music programs and art programs in everything had to be an I think you'll you'll appreciate where I'm gonna go with this at that what sunk the Titanic was not seen when you look at a nice for the top of the iceberg is arrowhead brain the bottom of the iceberg representar heart brain so when we connect both were in a very powerful place our heart brain and that's where it gets not seen that create should be that brings out so much %HESITATION why you have to make why do we as parents as grandparents aunts and uncles and teachers squash the creativity in children because we are so %HESITATION bookish turning them into mini me's many of them yes yes %HESITATION you know Terry I'm I'm alone myself we start with all your little one earlier she's adorable yes and the you know yeah she really is her own person I mean she she is inspiration for everything I mean that the whole thing about the hazards of mine is to make sure that we have you will that hello friends in her grandchildren you know what you're going to have it that's that's a lot more because it's just a little because so yes so she she's her own person but you know to be honest sometimes I'm guilty of that too you know because of my own upbringing I grew up in Malaysia and then I came to school in the U. S. I met someone and they Jonathan here we got married we had Juliet so I I have a very Asian upbringing and I you know I don't know if you know the book %HESITATION the tiger mom by image one but she is a law professor are yelling she wrote this book about how Asian parenting is up to her yeah get a lot with the and and what has come under tremendous criticism and and I'll critique but but I grew up in that kind of environment where my parents are very strict and the I remember this incident when my my daughter wanted to rent different colored socks to school like she she just had to wear yellow consul stretch socks with well conducted some and yet %HESITATION but for me I grew up wearing uniforms to school and let Mr socks had to be white and I need to yeah it'll in someone told me that that make me change my whole perspective and she said this was just the statement it really %HESITATION hit me at my core which is do not squash out the height of her that's going to suffer for the rest of her life you know that the driven this that stubbornness I think it's it's it's true that that a lot of us we try to squash out individuality you know because it's easier if you fly it was easier %HESITATION but it's also do you believe %HESITATION share this story that complements what you're talking about my %HESITATION my middle daughter is just a well I've been a big and bigger in energy and on and on she's gate bencher she and her fiance go all over the place I mean it's not even a jump in a car and drive seven hours and and walk the mountains and hiking on and on and on and it's trail as as a very little person she would do things like she would wear a cat outfit I don't you know the little ears and a tail she was three years old and from the moment she woke up to the moment she went to bed she had those years and I tell on my remember people in the store saying to me you know what what about that ago she's not gonna walk down the aisle and that should be fine you know and people saying to me did you three wives and shit why she's on the Christmas she will be sleeping in a crib which you can don't worry or you know she was doing one of the things you love exam but her in her crib and she you know and the smile on her face we all right they weren't sure it should be fine and she loves having a bottle of water before she went to bat okay Michael walking out with the bonding amount yeah it well yeah I think that %HESITATION it's like that you know he grew up in the US and he's like he's like that he's always say don't worry about it gravesite well I think I think Asian %HESITATION our parents tend to be a little bit more disciplinarian you know I was raised just like you were I come from human parents okay so everything is eight eight eight right and I was the adventure I'm like man I was like I was the adventure boy was I was in trouble yeah but I think I think %HESITATION giving a child an opportunity to explore yeah another piece in less developed slowly I think it's really important to creativity is important and when I left to ask you this question it's rolling in my brain and I just have to ask you that you are writing a book about an Asian mother or an Asian pear parenting the adventurers trials yes Virginia adventures trial and the permanent select your property perspective can you share a little because this is really what %HESITATION because their business show and we do integrate life and business together what steps would you take as an intellectual property lawyer to protect the document that you are writing call raising into being Asian and raising and adventurers trials or whatever title you want to get also in question great question %HESITATION so if I were writing a book about raising and dentures our child so I would be doing a lot of research you know I would be leaving leading till it'll I try you know a lot of easy children right I would be weak reading books about child psychology walks on it yet she shared the first thing I would do is I make sure every thing that I use in my book is properly cited so you know a lot of people who write especially those who like looks %HESITATION they usually live for the recognition you know they they want to be recognized as he explained so I truly wanted to all the section you want to start up with will your book writing %HESITATION with them on the right foot so you don't want to so you always want to and it's okay to take blood clots all these attributes those close to me okay so the one I would take as many extras signals as I would I can I know we have a process with the community this call comes from this also this will this addition this publisher right submit so that is all and then I would write my my expression but we I. right what's that I choose the way I use it in a sentence that's all protected that's my question that's what copyright that's what it means no one can compete your expression but again someone can use that expression in that moment you attribute you want your he wants he'll the second thing I would say yes you want your expression to B. S. thank you S. so that even though you're you're somebody else's work no one can accuse you easy because you know that's you know one was how you see it you know and and people need to know the real use so regardless of what you use S. he is the owner you know your references it doesn't matter as long as what comes across in the book is usually when you get to read really here that is so important and powerful I think people yeah yeah yeah in in you know writing a book yes in Asian K. when writing a book about leasing an adventurous trial of course I would be drawing from different cultures as well you know I would see you know in in Asia this is how we operate yes this is how you reach but a lot of %HESITATION you know I wash this title once a bloodhound if Asian parents discipline their child US it would be child abuse and it's true in that there was a I think it was a Malaysian minister brought his whole family on vacation to one the sweet and I think one of his child was acting up and she was you know try to show that he was arrested for child abuse in in three so so it's I would draw from all these different cultures and of course Jonathan was also reaches his file but he's also very %HESITATION you're giving yourself a lot of space to explore which I think it's it's wonderful %HESITATION yeah she takes after him in terms of she loves me a lot of trees in can help yet she loves climbing trees and he encourages encourages her to you know so I would draw from all these different cultures and one thing I would say about drawing from different cultures is that %HESITATION you know you're drawing from the public domain you know you're drawing from a lot of pizza he says that he centric public information so things that are in the public domain that's not protected right so you don't you don't even have to attribute it to anyone well that that's that's a really great distinction there how do you know that something is in the public domain and is not in the public eye me yes so %HESITATION so basically traditional knowledge you know the stories that are told generation to generation all really that's not protected because copyright law only protects speaks at a fixed you know something that is in the book that's protected but but that %HESITATION it's a mission that you know that a provider it is true what of miles or true stories to generation that is orally all of me that's not that's not do we know for a fact that that's one of the meat of this conversation what you just told me about your book %HESITATION in the week %HESITATION transparent of that's that's not a good means we should because it's not fixed well I ask you what of this recording would be fixed you know as a recording but the information itself you know it's is %HESITATION is not the right and so what copyright law has is a very unique %HESITATION distinction between the idea in the expression you know so when I when I talk to you just now well you know right it'll be authentic and being individual in in in your expression the reason why I say that it's because it's because the more individualized thank you your your work it becomes your expression is protected by copyright the movie is once that just looks awesome okay thank you and that's not the fact that it's part of me all right %HESITATION so legally it's important for you to be authentic I think individual but I also think there's a lot of benefit to the rest of the world and to you as well if you are in it individual you how you express one of the things you're talking about low a little bit ago was about plagiarism claims your resume thank %HESITATION %HESITATION that is a real issue I mean I'm a published author myself and I know you know I bet this is my book game changer port Jervis my second solo walk I will never forget when my first book was written in nineteen ninety eight and was called one eight hundred Kurdish she connected with the winning telephone image I was on the phone with someone from a phone company I'm not sure which one and they they were I don't even remember what day when they called me about they had my book in their hands one of the things that I wrote about is your phone greeting is like a handshake in person and they were reading that part of my book out and hire heard her tell the person she was interacting with is we have to include that in our training program she sat there was like here they are talking to me the author on the phone they're not even realizing what they're doing because they didn't realize that I was listening to them which I did and I just don't I was so confused with the whole thing and I never brought that up to anybody when it came to plagiarism F. R. even given me credit for that so it so let's pretend that they did not give me credit work in the work that they're doing what would I as a business owner what steps what I'd hate to say Hey they're plagiarizing is the first box is that plagiarism and secondly what steps what I'd take it what's so that's that's I think that's a really good question %HESITATION I think good practice would be to recognize you for that call so if if I would then I would I would I would ask you first is it okay but it's it's good practice %HESITATION and then if you stay okay I would make sure that I attribute to you for that quote now I'm legally is that so plagiarism is taking somebody else's work and not %HESITATION not acknowledging them for a so legally whether you had a claim or not that's a separate question because the law doesn't attacks first thing the law doesn't protect an idea so it's easy for them to say well I just took an idea right because it's if you say the way you your phone greeting is is as good as your handshake right it's it's a common idea so it's going to be very hard for you to make %HESITATION the claims that they stole your expression you know all the DLC will is just an idea so it's it's going to be very happy to say that that copyright infringement right in the in in like nineteen the book was written in nineteen two thousand there was a long time ago yeah I mean in in some in some countries like Germany and France you could possibly say that they've if fictional model right you know because if they didn't attribute that sentencing us it's possible but in the U. S. to get its its hard currency of the more the US doesn't protect moral rights on a broad basis okay %HESITATION thank you for that was just it was bothering me and I never spoke copyright %HESITATION I need to leave the property lawyer jokes thank you for answering the question that is from the back of my mind for twenty years you're welcome Terry that was my I'm sorry I think I understand I understand so %HESITATION we're getting to the end of our show I would love to ask you what can businesses the M. and very short amount of time you're working business use you to create more social impact especially with what's going on today and could you leave us with a your best idea when it comes to social impact for businesses yes you need to be authentic about the social impact that you want me because there are I need the social media all we get is a lot of moments in the more authentic up an individual yes and if a business is about the impact that they want to make in the world around them of them the better they break through to to the not true that noise in which the right one thank you Elena so much for being here today it's an action packed absolute pleasure you get to know you to me broader thank you thank you a lot of fun and folks you can reach out to a leaner and leaner buoyed B. O. Y. D. E. dot com Alina A. L. I. NA boy B. O. Y. T. dot %HESITATION and I want to thank you again the bottom of my heart thank you Tammy a lot of time interacting with you out everyone all over the place yeah want your property to culture you on and on and on lots of fun thank you again and books awaken the possibilities listeners we're just seeing you next time your your success take care See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Awaken The Possibilities: Building Deeper Connections in Business
Mar 20 2020 30 mins  
TO READ TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGEIn episode 5 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Sara Towe on " Building Deeper Connections For Business”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ABOUT Sara Towe Sara Towe is a knowledge broker who shares the wisdom given by those who have go through the process of life and who now share their knowledge with Sara on her Self Discovery Media network. With an accumulated 2500 shows and expansion in place, Sara Loves the inspiration that begets invitation in embracing our awesomeness. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.  ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPTwhat we want to this episode of the week in the possibilities podcast I'm your host will demand and as you know I love bringing amazing guests of the show to help you become unstoppable intuitive leaders and practical business mistakes I I have an extraordinary yes her name is Sarah Troy and Sara is a knowledge broker who shares the wisdom given by those who have gone through the process of light and who now share their knowledge with Sarah on herself discovering media network and this one is like the network she has accumulated twenty five hundred shows I can imagine %HESITATION twenty five hundred shows and she has expansion in place Sarah loves the inspiration that begets invitation and embracing our last semester come to the shows Sarah I thank thank you he well you know one thing that I know about you is you are a rock star in terms of energy and energy and energy and energy I mean it just flows out of you so one of the things that I know your love is business and our topic today is the knowing this business and you tell me a little bit more back than knowing this in business a lot of people like to stay in the head you know everything is I've done this business course and you've got to do things this way and that way and and it must be that and they forget the off their business people are going to buy them before they're going to buy anything from them and if it doesn't come from the heart the soul and the spirit the conviction it doesn't matter what you're promoting a yes selling people just aren't going to be that interested in it I'm not not in alignment it'll west the connection there are trillions of other people out there doing what you're doing how do you stand out right it's not the better graphic it's not this it's not that it how do you connect how do you build relationships what do you of yourself do you bring to the table because that's really who people want to dine with right and if I'm going to do business with you I want to know we have a connection that connection please my gosh it is it just seems like it's coming at me from all directions it's a bad connection people are tired of being sold to us they are I just the products and the services maintain ma'am and they have no idea who you are as a person now I mean have you noticed that your member flash this flash that you have you noticed we don't see them on sites anymore because people would like it's intrusive it's intrusive you know it's stopped pitching me stop frame things at me you know and it's just like you have no idea whether you're actually offering me a service that I need and you won't know that unless you're willing to interact with me you know I find that to be searched you're on certain platforms I'm not going to name the platforms H. as there are a couple that are pretty active on that then I'm quite active on that %HESITATION friendship and immediately I'm doing this this this this and I want to buy into this this this this and I'm like wait a minute you have no idea about who I am what I am what I do anytime you get interested in what it is that you're offering right you have to say about that Sir it's rather like buying likes on Facebook and linkedin does get the numbers what do the numbers mean nothing there's no connection give me you know three of four or five people I can truly be interactive with that we can build a community because support one another I don't need to millions of sheep will coming along it's all about the connection the interaction the participation and you know I reach out to people and say hello hi great to meet you you know and if they come back to me now we will not we can have a call to say would you like to have a chat let's get to know one another but as he said in a concert a serving did you read my bio did you go to my site did you know that when you're setting your yoga thing absolutely means nothing to me because if I get down into a pretzel like I'll get back up again six you and I can make them a baseball yes and you sent me a link I am I request and what did I do when I answered your request yeah that's %HESITATION I can't remember exactly but it was it an invitation to know one another I'm at work %HESITATION let's get to know one another yes and we did and we set up a time I sent my coffee with Terry link yes hi and after two minutes turned into it's very easily very into it is not wonderful we do not sell each other at all no each other as I said Hey come on my show you said I want you on your own you're shaking and here we are in here we connection again you know you know I have a saying is that you discover your beautiful instrument to like learn how to play it and then find your orchestra that you belong to and you know I'm about finding this communities that you know could be an orchestra business orchestra health focused %HESITATION what every day is and when you step into your goal just instrument you know playing that in an orchestra in creating harmony and symphony is absolutely wonderful that's the best invitation that you can send out to people by inspiring them it invites them stop pitching to them that's old fashioned but just not interested in that anymore right absolutely and you know it's interesting I'm giving a talk your locally at the Newport in March and they wanted me to do a talk on the pitch no no no no no no and she sent me all this information and and my people don't do pitches yeah so you're doing a pitch let's talk well let's see can people all about the pitch and you can't change if you don't connect right the goal is to be so connected with the individual that they pull out their credit card in Chennai I wanna work with you that doesn't happen if you're pitching mostly I just lied lied lied lied lied lied lied to somebody else's pitching me I'm not interested but if you build up a connection you know relatability isn't it I relate to you I relate everything is storytelling since the beginning of time around the campfire when you share a story and it relates with someone they want to know more they want to know you what can they learn from you that they can apply to their own life so beat the inspiration because that is the invitation and you're not going to get that in the thirty second pitch I was never any good at that anyway you know you're talking about the campfire and the storytelling is so important and yet the accessorizing of the storytelling is just as important because you have to have more is there do you have the more it's what does Graham crackers and marshmallows yes exactly yes No yes those components the Graham crackers marshmallows and a chocolate the embellishment Aleshin rocks are all part of this story telling and it's not necessarily about your product best known no yet why is the movie industry so big why are the seven hundred and fifty thousand pot concept that why attend talks in order these things listen to because they have become more personal in the way that they speak to you in the beauty of a pot costs is that we really can pull back hello yes we have we got some producers say you cannot say that you can't do that you got ten seconds for this you know you can really rattle the story and allow it to to take foreman go where it needs to go into some beautiful fluidity we love storytelling we love it because we're always looking at how do we fit into that story is that story about me did that person trying in that story can I transfer my story it's always about that relatability in that relatability it speaks to the heart it it's the heart it's not up here hello the heart yes the soul and the spirit yes use a four letter word I love %HESITATION what a wonderful vibration isn't it beautiful it is and when you walk into a networking event and you have the mantle on your head of I am love I love what I do at I want to be able I I don't want to I am serving yes the person who crosses my path to the best of my ability do you remember that please leave out of your head the numbers game yes it's that connection game and to realize as I'm always saying I'm not everybody's Cup of tea but I'm somebody strong cuppa could black coffee right you're only going to speak to people that can feel your vibration this because they're ready they're ready to connect today ready to hear what it is that you have stop trying to pitch to everyone it's not about that personalize I am and that's where that invitation is isn't that that connection is you are your business go in there on that beautiful vibration if you don't love what you're doing how the hell can you sell it to anyone else here's the thing if you're going to networking events a pension to sal mother will turn around and walk away right because quite frankly that's not the place to pitch in to help that is the place to make connections yes we don't want the rah rah rah the sugar high you know we just not interested in that that's the old paradigm and it was T. shattering it wasn't you know what are we looking for in the end M. love is a beautiful energy it's high vibration but in order to get to know if you've got a cat you go to show kindness you gotta have empathy and that stops with you and if you want it how can you share it how can you ignited enough that's and that's the word igniting it in other you are authentic and in integrity yes you are with no apology she's sweet yes sure you know if somebody says she will what is it that you do it is important to be clear on what you do you know I don't mean but it's not it's it's about avoiding becoming a recall a Billboard yeah yeah yes when you sure what you do in those sixty seconds to thirty you know thirty to sixty seconds that you're sharing about yourself and it's about clarity do you think it's clarity on what you do when you come back clear everything falls into place maybe we should be talking about who we are run in the what we do you know I'm I'm so inspired by the people who shared the stories that I couldn't help but you know Shamil it's I think our connection you know we very often have a selling something when we forget about that connection that you are what you're selling you are what your businesses and you know it is it what we do or is it what we represent yes so you tell me you're going into a networking event I got that out don't let me %HESITATION let's not like that well I would love to hear about the connections that are rolled you and the ones that pushed you away Ron Ross pushed me away immediately can I want somebody pounces on your like a puppy you know and and debt we meeting wanted to know if they could school from you yeah and that really kind of repels me immediately but what I am I'm a bit of an observer when I get when I go in I observe what's around then I choose who I wish to speak to an act choosing it based on the energy that I'm feeling or even seen somebody who feels a little out of place I lost because nobody seems to be community Kate in with them everybody's different networking events in everybody caught this time this time that you called me next you know that's the way they are so I like to look for that person that may be a little out of place I'm but I like to observe and see where the energy is going it's very much about me tapping into the energy first because I have to see where that energy zone is and then it's striking up a conversation and you may only took two to three people the entire evening for the entire event but those relationships is something you're going to take with you what it costs the event it's not about how many cards you can get a how many people you can get on your list that I could go home and email them a bitch bitch bitch it's what relationships have you started that now can continue one so I'm very much meat and speeding their way and if I see people running around like chasing their tail handing the contact page bitch bitch I know that I'm not gonna make any connection with them they're looking for the quick six I'm looking for the people who are willing to take the journey yes I believe that when we do these networking events that we really start to connect the moment we register yeah well and it's about asking yourself intuitively yes I really want to go to does this event actually sound like it will have the kind of people that I want to and I am I'd love to share a story about that because %HESITATION a couple years ago I drove up to an event in Boston so I'm an hour fifteen minutes away he I drove up and I was really excited to go when I walked into the doors of the restaurant and it was like oh it was this isn't gonna work this is a global network and I ask my higher self and my to stay you are to stay so I state it was such a good old boys network and that energy was so sick of it it was challenging to talk with folks either I mean it it read and there were a couple of them in there and we talked about things and you know I I you know I left that place it took me two hours to get home and I was on the couch the entire day the next day I'm drained yes I would and it was like oh my gosh what happened here and I'm glad I did what I did because if I didn't I wouldn't be able to share the story but that's you know I'm a business woman I didn't business since I was eighteen years old I'm a no nonsense don't mess with me person when it comes to business and but I do a compassionately yeah that there was no it L. well you know before I started this %HESITATION I'd met somebody who had an ingenious idea for new electric motor I don't think about electric motors forget about the technology I didn't know need to know how it works he knew how it works I just knew I had to get it out there I had to get this exposed and so if it was for me to setup goals and things like this and I'll give you fifteen minutes to hours later but still that because he truly was a brilliant person and quite fascinating and no we didn't go anywhere we will close up and other things that went on but for me it was a really big lesson Inigo and you know you've got people who are going to be invested as and they're looking at what they can get out of it with his least that they can put into it and I'm one of those people that unfortunate after a while they realize I'd really see them and they they kind of stop the pitch this stop the whole ego took on this like she really sees me I'm pulling the wheel I'm trying to pull the wool over her eyes hit this facade of me being the big business person but she really sees me and in that so you know that didn't rewards work in my favor but I just found it really quite fascinating all of this very M. G. ego talk of a testament to Textron and and just how unproductive it really was you know I couldn't help but thinking if a man ran home the way he runs his business a lot of people would go hungry and dishes would never be done with the laundry all the children A. M. best it just a not really it put me off a lot you know and in dealing with business and that way and was then I fell into this wonderful field but it really was quite fascinating because it just seemed to be the puff puff puff in each other up I didn't see where is the connection which is the interest was that the real commitment to anything I just didn't see it and that part there was you know so we're we're sharing stories that have the underlying theme where's the connection yes yes the one thing that I find now I could see the one thing there's a lot of things anything that I really have noticed over the years of the decades is when you're so focused on money yes you lose sight of what is important and when you focus on what's important and creating the connections the money is going to automatically flow yeah know which comes first the money or the people yes hold people always creation not being so practice if you're so practical practical logical that you put the people second it will always be a struggle to attract the success that you seek because they're not going to work as well for you yeah and and I've just read several blocks because about this when you have a company that the secret ingredient in success for a company is well yeah because when you love your people care for your people our compassion for your people and have a connection with your people they are going to work twice as hard for you their loyalty their respect I mean it's the same but if it's a treat the janitor the same as you would treat you know seo part because if you walk into a business and it's dirty that is actually selling to people that you really don't care the presentation is not that suit your janitors just as important as the person that's cutting the deal and I think that the company's success I did a wonderful series on this of let's get sync and it was about the emotional climate around climate change but interviewing change the emotional practices you're not going to be able to change the climate practices and it was so interesting how many companies are working with companies with government on putting people planet before profit and the profit will come and they if you've got employees as I love my job I love the fact that I can really speak out be creative my input is heard if I go to work and I'm not just another number okay click you know I'm a person that that's valued and don't we all want that for ourselves with the reserves an entrepreneur %HESITATION we work for someone we want to know that we count it that our contribution is counted and when that's counted aren't you what is it that you're activating people if you're a leader or manager what are you asked to beating people when people feel that they make that they are counting that they make a difference what do you activating creativity first thought right wonderment exploration you know the possibilities that nothing is limitless you know and that's the thing is we want the possibilities because those create the opportunities and if you invite people that their creativity Mattis you know we look at something can go again that this is the issue that we have right now and you can only see it from your perspective but when you invite everyone else to look at it from a different angle somebody sees it in a different way and next thing you know you have a solution absolutely that is so cool and we we drive where that's concerned because that's the stuff that I talk about my workshops in and seminars and the one question I ask is who's the most important person in the organization and it's interesting to get this you know this year how I manage I get that a lot and I'm like man and then and then and now and they're looking at me like I had three heads of my shoulders your maintenance staff yes because you can't work effectively and efficiently in a dirty office right and they look at me like I've got three heads in my shoulder exactly it's that simple it really is and it really %HESITATION someone very close to me came home and shared a story about how eight person who I believe they had down syndrome as part of the maintenance staff their office mate what shocked at how this person why so kind and generous and happy and genuinely having a relationship with the maintenance crew and after they walked out you're the person was like what is it with you what what are you talking with that person and it made me so sad yeah that this other individual who was quote unquote a leader okay I'm didn't understand the value and the importance of what the maintenance staff was during was really sad that is that person's ego right I'm in a my old company speckled the importance of you this is very very important to place importance upon yourself your health your well being everything about you it's very different from self importance which is ego driven which very often is in security because you feel secure I love who you are you not going to be driven by the ego the ego comes from that in security and you can see it in the people well I'm more important you know I've got a promotion to not get a hold of everyone else and that is that insecure ego drive at the best leaders of those that create lead us yes absolutely so I'm curious do you think that there's a positive you go into negative ego I would stay cold maybe it pride you know taking pride in your accomplishment and what you've been able to do you know pride that I I never thought I could do this but look what I'm doing now I'm and I think that kind of pride ego you know a self congratulation is perfect all right but I think when it becomes the ego that has to bash someone to make them feel bigger that is the eagle I'm talking about that is very negative because they've got to pull someone down in order to put themselves up and that's just not acceptable you're absolutely right you are a rock star so this kind of stuff I'm I would love for you we only have a few minutes left I would love for you to share with the audience about your twenty five hundred pop apps plus the moment pretty bad done about two thousand of them because I have hosts that come and go you know they come in for a while some of state for a while some of them got my god this is so much work as you know a lot of people don't think it is even though I'm doing all the editing I love you know my goodness I am it's a gift in it it it's it it's a gift to me to be able to show someone story and the things that I've learned about people and about humanity because I was reading at the crossroads of my god you know I've really I'm about to give up on humanity yeah I just you know it's not it's I do I want to be here anymore and then I started interviewing people that have really had some incredible struggles and strife and challenges the night yet they've gone through the process and they've taken whatever it is they've learned to and now that calling is to help others on that Pacific journey and it inspired me so much that I learned a great deal about myself my own strength my own carriage ride own abilities which I'm actually being learnt one step at a time one show at a time but it shows as we don't focus enough on how wonderful human beings can be because the CNN effect is the pimple into a volcanic corruption and it's always about what misery we can sell what hysteria can we sell what fear can we sell on my purpose is to actually bring you the people that are all some that are extraordinary human beings ordinary human beings doing extraordinary things because they found the courage they found the strength they found the abilities and they're willing to share anxious to share with you so that you've got the tools of the school skills to be able to walk your own life so it is it is a gift to me I love it I love getting to meet people like you it inspires me it gives me hope for us as a humanity and I know that with with each show with each vibration that we rise up we're beginning to tilt the scales and the more mall we focus on the good and feed and water dot good the more we could start seeing the changes that we desperately need to see on this planet yes we do yes we do %HESITATION well Sarah Kenyon share with the audience where can I find your they can find me at self discovery media dot com in the next month I will be launching a new site called discovering communities dot org I will be having mentorship said we'll be doing podcasts books all of the shows will be there as well but it's expanding on the work that I'm doing and just taking it even further but some discovery media units or about our own self discovery not being afraid to take the journey you know it's not about you listing around the campfire driven one else's journey you're just as important you have a story to share as well participate in your own life and you just see how awesome you really are and then get a hold of me at info at self discovery media dot com thank you so much for sharing yourself with us today it was the number one if the audience can't tell the connection that we have and we've only met once folks yes I at that fifteen minutes off the coffee it's good to get lastly I would remind you're coming on my shows which I can't wait for that as well and that probably will go an hour and a half on that show so that definitely is one grab the wind brought the coffee put your feet up and have a broad in the rock and roll thank you so much for being here Sarah is such a joy to always be in your presence I was like I don't we awaken the possibilities audience who are listening to this wonderful information that you share with you to help you become unstoppable so until next time I'm Terry will demean your host for waking the possibilities podcast see you next time take care See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Awaken The Possibilities: Women and Menopause in the Workplace
Mar 12 2020 34 mins  
TO READ TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGEIn episode 4 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Pat Duckworth Host on "Women and Menopause in the Workplace.'' Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ABOUT Pat Duckworth Pat Duckworth is a Women's Health Strategist who specializes in advising businesses and organisations who are committed to supporting women colleagues at menopause in the workplace. She brings to this role over 30 years experience working in the Public Sector at Senior Management level and 10 years as a therapist and coach. She has written 4 books including the Award-winning 'Hot Women, Cool Solutions'._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPT welcome everyone to awaken the possibilities I'm your host Terry will the men and today we have an exciting juicy show I have a really good friend who's here someone who I admire greatly and has spoken around the world specifically our causes related to women so I'd like to introduce my amazing gas packed Duckworth and read her wonderful little bio and if you were to read her bio which will tell you a lot about where we're going to be going today so worth is a woman's health women's women's health strategist who specializes in advising businesses and organizations who are committed to supporting women colleagues at menopause in the workplace she brings to this role over thirty years experience working in the public sector at senior management levels and ten years as a therapist and a coach she has written four books including the award winning hot women cool solutions I can already feel the the the the ice pack on my head and I've had a lot of fun in the blast especially the first time I met her in person we were on our way to a conference fort Lauderdale and she asked me to pick her up okay where is the conference fort Lauderdale where was I in coral gables Florida literally ten minutes from the Miami airport but for some reason and we still haven't figured it out yet when thinking she's going into the fort Lauderdale fort according most calling a calling is just tell me what she's wearing and I'm driving around the parking lot on where is she all of a sudden this light bulb went off I'm like when you're putting you in one male okay are you in the mine that's what it was the one by fort Lauderdale and how many are you at the Miami International Airport and you walked around and you saw a sign or something he said so back to Miami would likely wouldn't have a lot of traveling because sometimes I can take forty five minutes and I picked up this beautiful woman wearing exactly would you describe them right away we went to a great conference %HESITATION that was funny and that was how we met Amy no there is not one airport in that area folks there is an airport and fort Lauderdale very grateful to be picked up it was funny it was fun and we had such a great time we really did it was an auspicious start I will say that to what has become a wonderful relationship Sir Pat one of the things that I know about you is you care so much for people you are the scum national it caring soul really right up there with some folks that I've met who are incorrect you know you're a rock star that that's only say you are a flaming rockstar and when I I remember the first time I heard you talk about menopause in women in business on my what can you share with us why it's important for business owners corporate and leaders to understand what happens with women in menopause and how it affects them in the workplace N. or in business who %HESITATION that such a big question where do I begin I think it begins with the number of because business is a lot of the numbers and there are more women over fifty in the workplace than ever before I mean is the growing demographic in the workplace so just for white numbers it's important the thing always looking after these women and if we go back to well probably twenty years ago when there was a whole thing about actually looking after women in the workplace we have to think about maternity leave and looking after them during pregnancy because we don't wanna we lose women that we spent a lot of time training and you know getting getting experience and knowledge we don't want to lose them when they have their children so business is one stop to it instead of thinking that would be more liability if I'm going to have children like stuff we need to get back into the workplace of the children so the maternity leave things stealthy but that's a whole different politics lifecycle with women business stage that we get to when wearing now meet full teams ample do you start to grow hello you know something is beginning to change you start to get symptoms and not all women get symptoms but seventy five percent to about seventy five percent a good twenty five percent experience frequent and intense and since then okay number R. and that and if you'll not sleeping well feeling anxious losing confidence if you're starting to get hot flushes in many things you're not going to perform as well as you do so I'm going to I'm I'm going to pose a challenging question here I'm a man a single man because of its a married man and he's married to somebody in our age group here already knows it's going on a single man who doesn't get it or a single one or woman the young man I mean it doesn't have to be a man can be women who don't get it either and why is it important for them to really listen to this I heard what you said about the meeting in and get in the hot flashes in and I myself %HESITATION I went to menopause very very early because I had a phone I mean all those parts were taken out eight thirty all right so I I went through what we call surgical menopause yeah what you're looking women go through I'm sitting in meetings and and and I would just be sitting there and all of a sudden my kids call it into the deer in the headlights look he could always tell because my eyes would get real busy right well what was it they called it %HESITATION marmoset was hysterical now I can't remember another on the show %HESITATION it wasn't just a hot flash my mom's having any I'm back to make it right whoa thanks something %HESITATION what a power surge or our research that's what it was I don't know if I would always say to them and get out of my way because this power is going to explode %HESITATION that's what it was it was a power research thank you for that so why do these people who just don't get it why do they need to get it it worked some some many reasons firstly is the whole question of well being in the in the workplace yeah and it's recognizing that people at different stages of birdlife need different support so it might be if your young man you might have a bit of anxiety or you might going to loan money don't depression and you need help through it it's not gonna last forever and if you get supposed to be a really good support server business absolutely yeah and %HESITATION so it's recognizing that different stages of our lives if we want to have a diverse workplace if we were to have women and men of all ages contribution in putting in the knowledge of my wisdom we have to create the right atmosphere for and if we create a culture where people can be listened to that is open to listening to people die is of very good culture for businesses the way ideas come forward it's where innovation takes place because people feel comfortable with expressing themselves and if you're looking off to people looking up to their well being thank god we give a lot more about business this is going to thrive with it so say I'm a woman and that doesn't really look at a challenging question I'm a woman sitting in a meeting with five men okay and almost in the deer in the headlight switch comes on and I'm tripping yeah the guys don't know what to do yeah what would you what advice do you give them and the woman who's going through menopause so it really depends on the culture in the organization or you know it could happen if they're amazing somebody else's organization the woman it's about making sure you got a pencil supplier of coal will serve so you can have a drink a cold Wilson cool yourself down it's not not thinking that everybody's looking at you and judging you it's being ready to reply to people if they do make a comment but for most people they want you to be okay because they want to hear what you've got to say in that meeting so for the man it's just about no and balancing woman but they might pull her drink rules or policy or they might face or anything I can do for you it it's no embarrassing her it's not putting the spotlight on how it's just being there and being supportive if your own organization acknowledges a love this it's so much easier to find just excuse me for a moment I just need to have a drink or just makes out side for a moment the culture of the organization is fine and let's not forget that some men get hot flashes yes they do so yes they do because they can get hot flashes from all kinds of physical challenges yeah so they can get them to something called Andrew pools which is the male version of metal poles and it's just a reflection of what's going on with the whole mind cement Bowie's for Franco intellectual interests but say the men going into decline you know I made the whole month of reducing I'm sorry thank you can get a whole functions from an older might just be you know they might have some medical condition that gives rise to it so we're human we're not perfect we spent like Norwegian each other as human beings so what we can do to school teacher over so we can talk about best absolutely bring an answer and of course it only takes a few minutes for the hot flash to hit you know hitting the side of the head and you go through it and then you freeze some who really cool well I think at night when it's prevailed through mail to her home hi friends from all okay you know I I I often say you know I travel to Florida a lot as you know and I'll be walking through the streets when it gets you know when it's really hot men hot flashes then it's like you gotta be kidding me god really but then when you're up north and it's freezing cold well the house flashes for crying out so I mean one thing I would say if you're a woman who experiences hot flushes and you're going to amazing don't have a Cup of coffee before you go in there and don't know won't drink don't cookie you know the Kathleen the sugar thank you your system well that's awesome the smart health care you know and that's the word soft care yeah extreme self care is critical because when we take care of her certain we take care of ourselves first it's not just about us we are demonstrating especially as leaders as business owners as business women we are demonstrating to those around us the importance of caring for ourselves and that's what leaders do they absolutely sure themselves first because when they take care of themselves do there for everybody else I think a good example of a good role models the fees will taking care of yourself looks like so the people that they leading can learn from the example if you're not taking care of you so how can you expect other people to do something good when they're looking at you and thinking well she don't look down only because I'm I'm taking care of myself because she stopped at although that is challenging when you have a a manager or senior person who doesn't take care of themselves can you do what you just spoke about can be a challenge can you talk about that a little bit more Pat here looking to rent it from personal excel yes No example because I used to work in a big government department %HESITATION it was open plan hot desking has kicked her in the morning and right before you know it was it was great musical chose somebody thinks right now and I had a boss who was a very difficult person's work flow and %HESITATION the organization itself was supportive of self care there was a a gym down in the basement and so I used to bring my gym came in a couple of times a week we go to the gym also read full policy steps were my gym kit in my lunch break I would get the look I think I don't care about the look this is about me keeping myself well and my team knowing that I do this because I was a buffer between him and his style and the team will I want to do how I wanted them to stay so this complete the German the firm which really you know that you've got somebody above you is not suffering a good example that doesn't mean that that's what you have to Paulson's you'll train you can be the one who says no this is how we behave you know we take a lunch break you go to the gym you take care of me so a once a month from used to come in and do massage sessions your muscles session of mass destruction because that way they're gonna be they're going to be more responsive to many they're going to give me the support I need and if I'm not getting it from above I need to have a nice atmosphere around me so yeah I don't think just because somebody above you isn't that pleasant that tax what you need to call stands people below you know acts as a buffer and be that leader who can say no DC's helping behind what happens though when that manager uses your self care as a weapon against you and it can happen %HESITATION in the same person when I asked for feedback %HESITATION sets me what you will feed back I said well because I like to know how you feel I'm doing in the role the next sentences will be import once he said okay you'll also see good with people but from what what was your job description sorry yeah it did make it very uncomfortable because I knew I was doing a good job and I was turning the results that were required I just have to be able to absorb negativity coming from above me so the people who worked for me could do the job that they need to start so I'm not saying it's comfortable I couldn't not being me because that would have been a pretty horrible place for me to say and it would be horrible for everybody been anything wow intense so you know from personal experience what it's like absolutely I know what it's like to be in that place where you're really not getting the example that you need to say hello isn't one of the things that I find in the workplace where bridge Rainer's D. behavior that you just spoke about %HESITATION I find that when managers or leaders are very task focused people they're so focused on the task task task task task do do do do do you forget that it's people who are actually creating those tasks and if the manager kickers for people those tasks are going to be done do you play however if the manager doesn't give a damn about the people only about productivity and perfection which doesn't exist in you and I both know that do you find that the quality of work in those situations %HESITATION is as good as the quality of work with a manager cares for their people it just comping because if somebody's not being cared for they care less about their work the consortium works it is sub standard because it's good enough I'll do the job is good enough but if you're working for somebody you respect and %HESITATION who you admire do you want to show them the best of you you have to get the best out of people as a leader you have to show them your best so I can give you that passed its wall art foundries you know the people that I've worked with I'm not sure I deserve to be more open if you were in that critical environment of some you just toss toss toss you have really good ideas about how how it could be done back so or you know just little improvements in the office of be ready because but you might not be willing to share a room firstly because you're not sure how they're going to be received because you think it's possible deserving of my good ideas thank you serve to hear well I've got to say when the person applying all where is if I respect somebody in the mind of somebody and I feel comfortable with them then I'm more likely to make myself vulnerable but putting my ideas out there I think you start phone repair is he in the workplace so well you know you got this idea but I don't wanna be laughed at I don't want some discover that St Pete Owen you know that's not how we do things here you want people to feel well if I've had a good idea if this is something I've seen that could be improvements that's something I've seen in the system what's going wrong I don't know what my books look stupid but if the boss is open you can say what you know the system doesn't work the way you think it does and then it's okay so it's creating that atmosphere it can be done for us that could be open with people could make themselves a bit vulnerable in order to share all the wisdom that I have and I can remember ability can truly only happen when there is a culture of what I call real leadership which is trust honor respect integrity loyalty and love a fellow man yeah absolutely and hi I would like to in fact a little bit and %HESITATION ask one is the leader it is a menopausal woman we're talking about men you know but what happens when the leader is a menopausal woman and there's a true fear I'm resistance in it limits the resistance of being vulnerable and honoring where she is at at the moment can you address that so this is a situation who's quite a bit in which that woman with all her wisdom and knowledge goes from my organization because she doesn't feel supported she doesn't feel able to talk around here she called sure about vulnerability and a really high percentage of women in that situation consider leaving their job only federal so they might feel that it's time to leave a call pro %HESITATION position and go work for themselves or to do something real flexible strain because I just don't feel well enough to do the job that they were doing also I think I'm going a little bit off topic here but some of those women they get to that point when they reach a tipping point and think well I always wanted to do where are mine now you might face and the people around me all respectful you don't really want to do something else I'm so lost women make that decision to jump ship and go and do something completely different and it might be you know a new career the site might be setting up themselves become the mantra it might be something community based off charity based because like that she will to fulfill a purpose and I haven't been able to fulfill through that job someone is shifted and that was very much in mind that that comment was perfect western society looks at men upon looks looks at older women who are going through menopause they tend to look down on your eyes are indigenous cultures look at women who've gone through menopause a revere them and they call them wise women on thus the the crown ceremonies into the word chrome comes from the word crown and you really think about it our those women who have gone through menopause when they go through a cloning what I'm quote ceremony %HESITATION they're being crowned for their wisdom what do you think it's going to take for us as wise women when we reach that point to be able to own it and understand that these career shifts you're talking about the possibility of a career shift going into business for yourself going into a different career and some people so I'm just going to retire I don't like to use the word retire I like %HESITATION we inspire own you know you're using you're doing something that really inspires you where you take all of that wisdom with you to elevate your sell your customers your family and the people around you so I I'm curious Pat about your perspective on the different cultures and addressing the wise women %HESITATION that walk among us yeah I think this is something that's been neglected to think about mana pools as of just a very short period of time you know you go through menopause yeah its stock %HESITATION but actually I I heard the phrase I heard the words liminal space %HESITATION a couple years ago and I thought man the polls this liminal space it's the time between two parts of your life the five minute Wanda this is a period of time where you can start to acknowledge but time has pulse you've reached a new stage of your life when you were a teenager you were going through a massive change but you know whatever your teenager but now you've probably heard forty five fifty years of your life and you know if you're lucky you might get another forty five fifty but you know that's part of the broad side of it and now you've got the strongest as your boarding stranger initial hormones are changing ask your actual again to see if you'll self so you've gone from being this fertility goddess into the wise woman and there is some loss of so if you if you do not spice the most support role but there's a lot to be gained from the other side of it so accepting that this is a time of change but it's not just five minutes it might be five or ten years that you're going through this time I'm reassessing who you all what you'll identities on the other side of things that's a really crucial point if I was you know if I had children and they don't need me as much anymore welcome back sorry about that yours truly had this little coughing spell come over me because that set a few things in mind body reacted and missed by the way if any if anything like this ever happens to you please note that the body knows before the grain diets the body knows before the brain to us and we but after I couldn't keep going because I had it first of all cleared out I could keep talking and she was never has some powerful words are powerful questions that allowed me to figure out why I was responding so intensely to the questions that she was asking and it's really important because we as women who are going through menopause this is a powerful time for us to make certain decisions that are going to affect a lot of people in their lives so Pat yes %HESITATION did an amazing job talking me through that because that's it I don't know where and you had mentioned something about you were feeling the chef can you talk more about that yes I was talking about it I could feel the power of what I was saying about the stage of life being so transformational but it's not just any of the period of your life this liminal space with something is changing and thought I could feel the power of this I was talking about and then you start to its response rate started to cough and something needed to come out there will be words that needed to come out and that's what we were able to explore so it really started with me talking about this change of identity the identity that you had before you went into the polls all being infertility go there from you know having all of our younger stuff going on and being a carrot your children and then the other side of it who are you what is your identity that side what does it mean to be the blinds woman and there is so many negative words associated with it but it's finding the power in it because we're we're one of only two species have Amanda pulls this off and two species of wireless let free I'm sorry what else yeah we're yeah because it's a survival premium around having females who all reproductive who all the grandmothers and grandmothers have the experience the wisdom of their lives to be able to support the next generation coming through and if you look at the whitewater whose lives but lives they live in those faults with grandmother wireless being with the mothers of the baby whales so it felt that you know who the real premium around having once we meaning you'll climb who can then help the younger ones and actually help everybody to thrive is one of the following it is so cool but the Wales that is really really cool the thing is though Pat do you not think that it has to do with our culture and as we look at aging women I mean so many companies and an aging men also so many companies I have just tossed people side because of the fear of them getting sick or this and that you know it breaks my heart to see that because these people have such wisdom to offer what are your thoughts on that so I think we have a responsibility ourselves as we've talked about to do the self care to keep ourselves well people can get ill at any stage in their lives it's not check your fault but we need to take our own personal responsibility for keeping ourselves well for keeping also in that space gross growth of the Shia you know as you get older if you go into fear and contraction you'll not going to be attractive to employers if you studying gross so you're always looking to develop and develop your ideas and I'm gonna keep sharing your wisdom and your knowledge your really valuable resource and if an employer ignores that well you know but it's kind of a problem because you can type or outside of that business and develop your your own business so I think it's partly the responsibility of the organizations to recognize to look at the research room Barbosa team want phone poll and there's a responsibility on themselves to keep hospitals moral to keep also seeing growth and development so that we all such a valuable resource to ourselves and our proves that we don't get a vote well this is been a phenomenal interview I always a door interviewing you you think that this is my third podcast you've been a guest on on all three of them and you are just a delight and a wealth of information I just want to thank you so much for being here and sharing your wisdom with you awaken the possibilities audience can you tell us did did you bring a free gift for the inconvenience well %HESITATION if you go to so my first book about menopausal school hall women cool solutions and there's a whole women cool solutions dot com website and there's a whole bunch of free gifts where there is a sign up on the right hand side of the screen those are things to do with becoming an entrepreneur there's lots of recordings to help you deal with the hot flushes and the white guy and you know as a hypnotherapist is one of my double cheese I used less and less lofty visualisations it just kind of grab brilliant thank you so much you're so caring and loving and and so why is I didn't pricing wise movement and what would you say what is the last thing you like to leave with your audience that you wish to say to your younger self %HESITATION firstly I would thank her so much because she's full for me to be able to do what I'm doing now so I would just like to say a really big thank you to her for the work that she did for the for the education of the development that she did the celeb me to be the woman I am to die so my make it think its message by terrorists thank you so much thank you Pat I went to the wrecking the possibilities audience thank you so much for being here it is my drawing my pleasure to be able to bring you amazing people like Pat Duckworth to be able to share their knowledge and their wisdom to help you awaken the possibilities in your life and your business I'm your host Terry will demand and I look forward to seeing you next time to your success See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Awaken The Possibilities: Integrating The Cosmos and Business
Mar 05 2020 31 mins  
TO READ TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGEIn episode 3 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Brian Kelly Host on " From Fitness Training to Business Automation Doing Work That You Love”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ABOUT Chris ThompsonChris Thompson has worked as a lawyer, economist, Oriental scholar, national campaigner, director of think-tanks in Scotland and the USA, and as an advisor to companies. He is an international speaker, and has published many articles. Today Chris focuses on helping people and organizations understand and address the deeper root causes of their problems, with a view to building a world that reflects our potential to be, one day, the most intelligent species on this small planet. He is also psychotherapist, mentor, writer, and course leader. He lives in Catalunya, and spends as much time as possible in the mountains._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPTwelcome everyone to wake in the possibilities podcast I'm your host Jerry will demand and I'm thrilled to be here today with that fabulous fabulous gas Chris Thompson and before we get in there I want to wish all of you a phenomenal twenty twenty this is our first podcast for the year and it's exciting to have someone like Chris with us because he's going to be sharing some very different but very clear and wonderful insight to help us get our twenty twenty two where we wanted to be here a little bit about Chris Chris has worked as a lawyer and economist a Synology S. which I'm gonna ask you to explain a little bit because I don't think a lot of people really know what that is and more recently as a psychotherapist course leader writer and director of think tanks in Scotland and New Mexico welcome to the show Chris I'm so glad that you're next Duterte spice to the show what are the challenges hello this is someone who studies tried background news in the sixties degree in Chinese and economics and after a short spell working in a bank bank of England I decided to go back overall I was persuaded to go back to the university and I did it in the development of scientific Chinese you don't know what that means it means the vocabulary in Chinese for the science chemistry cemex so that's what I did so in that sense I must've excellent eventually cool as I have an admin I wouldn't have anybody on any of my shows this is my third the cashier who it had anything to do with China or the study of China and here we are I'm really glad to hear that because it makes it very clear thank you so much so when things are gonna be talking about today is the customer so when you say the cosmos Chris can you tell us what you mean about that well it's just another word is you know all of the universe %HESITATION it is the Greek word for the universe because most of the exploding K. %HESITATION and it's used interchangeably quite often many scientists using your member call center or if you years ago did it be TV series on the coast so scientists are quite accustomed to using but when I use the term all right tends to mean something more than the physical okay so I tend to be more than the same sorry so if the universe has a spiritual dimension mentions that sort of thing being by the coast lawsuits both physical and non physical it's both material and spiritual that's my understanding knowing that this is a show about business and about life how do you connect your work with the customer and business well it's an interesting question I'm going to have to think on my feet as I am so stupid with this is not a solution for okay so business is business the business has to make money make a profit and all that okay apart from that business is like everything else it's it's it's it's choose your own lives in the world talk to %HESITATION and in a way it has to recognize the rules what do I mean %HESITATION when I go back to what I just said about the cost most this material and spiritual aspects I do believe very strongly that recalls most influences all over in more ways than we than we can imagine I'm not just talking about the fact that cosmic rays the surface of the planet I'm not just talking about the fact that we rely on the song for every a light fix I'm talking about more than that and I'm not talking specifics it seems like strong I don't just mean okay I really do mean that we are children of course I'm in no way reflect the cost look often in some way deep says we resemble it cost us and that means this is a strange thing to say because most resembles us of course if that's not it mmhm I agree of course that that that's a big discussion will spend a year in the day just talking but looking all I'm saying is it's a bit like %HESITATION climate change okay so to be fair to business most companies of walking up to the fact what the climate is changing dangerous Celeste narrow on everyone's agenda taken tying is finally happened so playing that change may be the most issue over time %HESITATION and that's a recognition that our actions have consequences okay %HESITATION and if you apply that to business I'm I'm stating the obvious it's mostly the old businesses actions have consequences I don't know why these people opposed to good business because they know that they are very similar with that you don't have to tell there are many people and businesses still really haven't crossed everything they do has consequences not just on the people who work cells not just on their customers on the whole world or in the case of very big business excell that's good news the case of Google for example Facebook equally all over but it's a place to any regardless of the solders regardless of age it has consequences okay so when I use the term because moss and I'm kind of extrapolating the bruising we do affects the cost okay and that balances back on those that reflects and all I'm saying to you more aware we are thanks the universe is reflexive flex back almost %HESITATION I sing the mole or useful and our lives will be I do like to preach we have come across as preaching but I do believe that stupid so knowing that %HESITATION and climate change it is a huge huge huge topic %HESITATION knowing and I'm gonna play devil's advocate here %HESITATION especially rather because Mrs concerning climate change how much of this yes we have contributed yes we have we are conscious point is based on the things that we have done but how much of it also is a natural evolution of our earth warming and we are contributing to it there's no doubt about it but how much of it isn't also a natural cycle and how does that play in with the cost not the short answer is no one really knows question do people to separate the effect we are having with human race problem natural cycles okay people who don't like to accept my gyms they tend to adopt the owner of the regardless of that regardless of the site sure it's still very clear that you know we're making a big impact on the planet yeah it's not just the client meeting I did research on this you're also and I discover something called life support system it's a technical term hello H. one minute including water biodiversity seems like yeah %HESITATION and it was almost all the finalists life support systems all of are you serious decline I just to complete last I just to complete the sentence them soonest applying cost if you let because of what I'm even again you even activities of the long ago normal daily activities this is this isn't about we even being is doing something special for her to destroy the planet this is our normal daily life courses so if you drive a car cause some problems if you fly in a plane to go to the courts if you have your conditioning prism central heating you're going to cause some problems okay individual level it's not very much of course it's not mmhm but as a collective level use very large but that's not to say you that's not to say we consult well it's not to say that people will suddenly give up your car was totally give up flying for air conditioning they want a new one but at least there was widespread recognition something big has to change got it so I'm curious Chris is your director of a think tank in Scotland and in New Mexico you tell us more about the thing tankless that was a long time ago so the first the first one was in school and it was set up about twenty years ago trying to moment when Scotland regained some self control %HESITATION so the Scottish parliament reopened after three hundred years that was in nineteen ninety nine this call delusion so some of us were repatriated to stop it's a bit like the system in the U. S. each state has its own %HESITATION quite apart from the federal power %HESITATION and because a this was being set top box and you all of this being said someone said we ought to think so we can think about the ideas for the speech grandmotherly in economics and business and health care and education %HESITATION and I was recruited I was had turned over to London to go under your direct turning it lasted a few years and coincided with my travel and I ended up doing more or less the same in a little place called Santa Fe New Mexico in about two thousand to two thousand three but the idea just in case you wonder think tankers ways you do blue sky thinking you have the luxury luxury we'll be able to sing as widely as deeply as possible okay about the big issues of the day yeah I'm curious in this think tank and this is about you know the shows about awakening the possibility one of the things that I talk about is more businesses are sung because they don't see what's underneath the iceberg you know the only to the top of the iceberg %HESITATION the bottom part of the iceberg is basically you know from the neck down okay it's it's our consciousness it's our energy we don't listen to our bodies the aches and the pains that are going on we're all we're you know we're from here up this is what seen above the water %HESITATION this is the practical technological stuff so in these think tanks do they include the bottom part of the iceberg or is it just from the head up I'll give an example of an answer is yes give an example so at that time one of the most buzz words which was still very fresh in the top twenty what is sustainable development or sustainable economic cross okay thank and to be fair your business is trying to move in that direction we set up something called call social responsibility you can do USA school business social responsibility this is same lighting okay okay however I would look it was no surprise that in many cases ended up books to keep exposed okay how do you plan to treat do you recycle your waste this kind we sure enough there's nothing wrong with and and the thing is better than nothing yeah okay but as you imply that woman who tended to ignore the big six we didn't use deep we were really causing why their private jets like this five repeat themselves three hundred times more than their lowest paid employees and things like that I would state or worse to Bruce subjects off limits subjects this certainly couldn't be discussed one was called campaign finance this call can be refinements in the states and other countries right okay see you soon as soon as another group it's in this context was tracks going to pay as little tax as possible which was strange which was strange because the very same company a source of themselves as good corporate citizens okay and yet you and I both know the concept is contribute to society and yet these good corporate citizens in quotation marks we're doing the best to avoid paying so it was a lot to contradictions yes to summarize your %HESITATION prompted me to respond a lot of stuff been niece the surface of the ice grow we simply not being addressed and to some extent but still she yeah I was just gonna say that was my next question %HESITATION do you think it's still trailing you just confirm that and I do believe it's true I think sometimes %HESITATION we want to do the right thing yet other things get in the way of are doing the right thing and they can truly %HESITATION compromise where it is we want to go and it makes me sad because when it comes to integrity and authenticity it's really important that we take here the people who are in our world both in their business and our lives and often times all the things you talk about that's not what they're doing %HESITATION and it makes me sad because to me that's not leadership the poor leadership so let's get back to leadership for a moment making the possibilities you've done an awful lot I know you're going to be doing I'm very excited to announce someone else on the video that Chris is going my my faculty members for our intuitive leadership university which will be launching this spring and it's very exciting he's going to be participating in the leadership with the score for those of you who aren't sure what that is all about %HESITATION we are opening the intuitive leadership university and it's going to have to be different schools leadership within the school the business business school and a life with them full and Chris will be doing some courses in the leadership within school so I'm very very excited about that so Chris as you look at leadership in the world now making a possibilities in the course of that you're gonna be delivering to the university can you tell us what the bottom line for excuse to you in leadership in connection with the cost most in connection with business the connection with humanity and what we leaders need to truly be looking at to be able to influence the world to influence and I don't like to see the world we influence the people who are part of who crossed our attack how how do we do that what is it what you know what is a golden nugget that weakens the possibility okay I'll have to summarize two things okay two things bring %HESITATION I'm very impressed influenced by the W. Jing bye bye the dollar judging by does that %HESITATION %HESITATION and there's even a book called the joke leadership you can buy a book called I think the %HESITATION also stolen hi %HESITATION I mention that because a journalist leader leads wrong both the front and the back he he %HESITATION she leads from the front in the sense that he leads by example so it's almost leader does not expect people to do things that he does not so he he takes a course okay so if for example he wants to the company the changes involved in mental he will be the first to start practicing that and these are my so leading from the front or leading by example okay leading from the front look at me look what type do you most of what I see not that that's a phrase that that kind of user who could use but also leading from the back this long strange history contradiction when I say leading from the back I will be pushing people okay %HESITATION what what what I need is a kind of invisible leadership %HESITATION where you act as a catalyst you know we would wear your sessions automatically stimulates people %HESITATION to behave well your presence brings out the best and that's what I need okay so it is a strange combination China lodging the strange combination over leading from the front leading by example and leading quiet almost invisible from the back okay so the %HESITATION so that your presence is almost enough to stimulate people to do their best that's what I'm trying to go there so I'm I'm not the I would say that the main %HESITATION if the child we could lead to someone who's able to lead from the front and the back this evening one of the phrases that are used commonly when describing the university is we teach leaders how to integrate the practical tactical logical with the emotional be energetically spiritually into it D. bat definitely fit with that rate does it not well by coincidence I've been asked to write a short book ebook by someone you may know that Stephen %HESITATION %HESITATION anyway since you talked clearly show which is effectively a concise of the book I wrote five years ago on intelligence right the last relative to what you just said big cost one of the main themes of this short book is that intelligence is about hello it's about all aspects of the human being not just not just applying not just the emotion not just the intuition not just physical but not just the spiritual aspect it's about all of these elements %HESITATION and the faculty I mean it's strange I'm just going to finish the special and okay but your mind is amazing the one of the main seat is to be able to work on the whole of ourselves rather than just on our %HESITATION exactly and that's what the university is all about having you as a faculty member it's absolutely heart warming and having Dr Hobbs is that also as a faculty member I mean it it that's what this is about leadership at the cutting edge as far as I'm concerned the cutting edge of leadership it's really creating leaders that are completely %HESITATION that they get it that is its whole leadership it's not just what's up here and it's really important that we do that in this day and age that we use all of our guests all ever since all of our tools everything that we have at our disposal to be able to influence upcoming generations S. that they can be because the world is changing and we need to provide the %HESITATION the army perhaps to be able to lead in ways that we can really really make a positive difference in the world well Chris I just want to thank you so much for being here today because every time I talk with you it just gets better and better battery I get more and more excited about having you on board and %HESITATION can I didn't share with folks that a I'm in coral gables Florida you can tell from the %HESITATION foliage in the back I'm a micro game of office and Chris you're in Spain that's correct in Houston right now well I'm in the nose of northeast office Estonian okay %HESITATION and the capital as you may know it's possible I'm in the car right right one to knees right next to the central and hold on just as you're talking an airplane decided to go over a lot of back and helicopter %HESITATION there we go %HESITATION %HESITATION Kay and I you know it's a catch twenty two when you come out here and I love being out here on %HESITATION I'm I DO with all the greenery behind us I kept putting my green screen up and kept falling so that to me was the signal from the universe get yourself outside in the fresh air into this wonderful interview with Chris outside so you have to put up with things like hi captors going overhead she %HESITATION so where were we when I %HESITATION when knowledge after decided to distract this you were we were talking about the importance of the whole process being cold okay and bringing the whole of your soul to your to your life and your work and I was thinking we need to work there used to be terms S. like renaissance man all of the chivalrous knight and these will describe someone who is well rounded they want a well rounded you so they've they've they've they were physically call mentally all emotionally intelligent they were spiritually and bonds they were kind of tunes they will also work to stick because the same people whose waters %HESITATION were expected to write poetry you can use it so I mean you really find that we will be seeing about a you know a specialization I often look at animals for sources of inspiration and she described and the animal that comes to me that %HESITATION it's what you're talking about is the unicorn it's a %HESITATION and here's why in next we've been logo for the program is the unicorn so you're not actually brought me here and here's the reason why first of all they're very mystical magical animal and this you know corn is a winged unicorn if you look at the logo it's a winged unicorn and why wouldn't you know point because many unicorn have four hooks on the ground it is very grounded and you can see what is happening at eye level you can see all around it when it flies up in the air you can see things from thirty thousand feet above so it has the perspective of being able to see a ground level see above and with that fantastic unicorn being part of the horn itself being part of the %HESITATION using it as a gift it's got a mystical quality that a lot of what %HESITATION %HESITATION %HESITATION what did she %HESITATION yeah but the name of the author if you read the book the corporate mystic %HESITATION that should should name is right here and actually his book is what influenced me to open my leadership center in two thousand one from two thousand one to two thousand nine if there's this mystical quality and indeed you do become the mystic and I call them the integrated unicorns because they can really fit it fits everything that you're talking about that land yes %HESITATION I I I like good morning in his two best we believe very much in having their heads in the clouds there's feet deep in the mud mmhm so they're fully grown goods and foodie in the heavens at the same time absolutely and so many of our but one of things I find with a lot of spiritual teachers who come to me their heads are in the clouds but their feet are also up there with them this brings and the thing is they don't want to bring your feet down because when we do when we bring your feet down they end up having to really steal the due and realize that they are human and may need to look at they don't need to do anything but it's the best feeling in a very different way and background in this can be very uncomfortable for them on the other hand we have people who are very practical practical and logical that are grounded but are very %HESITATION concerned and tend to poo poo going up into the spirit of the mountains and understand bad is as important as the practical practical a lot about that do you see that it's very interesting Terry because just recently started doing she'd grown get the local teacher not far from where I live and the other day he showed us an exercise which is designed to do exactly so the purpose of the exercise it used to be very very grounded and very much in the heavens at the same time it's a wonderful feeling is meant when you're that present because you truly are present you feel the clothes on your back you feel the jury on your body you you see very very clearly you see the colors different you are so integrated when you do that and if the image the powerful leader who can really influence only people to where they want to be because they see things that others don't taking Chris I want to thank you so very much for being here with us today and are there any parting words that you would like to share with the a week in the possibilities idea it's nice to see the green wings your I'm sitting here with heavy snow assigned well I will be in the cold not by Friday hi I'm enjoying it and appreciating it and believe it or not it has been a bit cool here and it was it's really %HESITATION if you're in the people watching it is quite comical when it's %HESITATION in the low sixties here watching people walking down the street with their faces covered because the with it all so it's all perspective so thank you again Chris this has been a lot of fun but a lot of insight into %HESITATION it and being an integrated leader working with the customers and understanding how all of that fits in our world thank you to our audience who was listening today and we look forward to seeing you again next time this is Terry will demand of intuitive leadership you can go to intuitive leadership dot com and find out all of our all about our university and upcoming events and Chris how can our audience thank you well we can find we Chris I'm Michael Chris Thompson don't block responding to and headed south Thompson with a P. 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Awaken The Possibilities: From Fitness Training to Business Automation Doing Work That You Love
Feb 21 2020 24 mins  
TO READ TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGEIn episode 2 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Brian Kelly Host on " From Fitness Training to Business Automation Doing Work That You Love”. Awaken the Possibilities Podcast features successful entrepreneurs and intuitive leaders who offer insights on how to attract success in business and life._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ABOUT Brian Kelly Brian helps entrepreneurs and busy business professionals to achieve peak performance through Mind, Body, and Business. He hosts a weekly interview-style live show called The Mind Body Business Show that streams live to 7 platforms and then distributes the show to 25 podcast platforms, along with Roku and Amazon Fire TV. He also holds his signature 2-Day LIVE event called the Reach Your Peak Summit several times a year in various locations in Southern California.As a former Certified Personal Trainer, he now combines his knowledge of physical and mental fitness along with “business fitness,” giving entrepreneurs and business owners everything they need to succeed in both their personal and professional lives._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach.Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy, close-to-burned-out entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster wheel. They evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders and practical business mystics. Terry’s timely message guides clients and students to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems to achieve success by positively serving and influencing others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPTwelcome to this episode of awaken the possibility welcome everyone to the show that helps entrepreneurs career professionals and those who want to get there to grow from the inside out today we have a magnificent show with the person called Brian Kelly and this individual is going to Cheryl a lot about transitioning listening to intuition and going to that place where when you listen magic begins to happen right let me tell you a little bit about Brian so I got to put the glasses on folks you know how it works Brian is a professional speaker business automation experts can be found here what that's all about international bestselling co author and founder of reach your peak the entrepreneur training company how exciting Brian Brian helps entrepreneurs and busy business professionals to achieve peak performance your mind body and business he hosts a weekly interview style live show called the mind body business show which I will be on may twenty first I'm so happy that that's happening I am extremely polite to seven platforms and then distributes the show to twenty five podcast platforms along with roku and Amazon fire TV he also holds his signature to the live event called the reach your peak time several times a year in various locations in southern California is a former certified personal trainer and he now combines his knowledge of physical and mental fitness along with business statement giving entrepreneurs and business owners everything they need to succeed in both their personal and professional lives welcome to the show Brian thank you so much Terry how are you doing today welcome welcome welcome so Dr we can make it on Facebook it was a lot of fun actually because that you reached out of branded me and I'm wondering who is this guy and we started on this chat next thing I know we're on each other's shows isn't that a brilliant way to meet people how many people that you want to represent you and you want to have on your podcast that can really make a difference people and their lives but not absolutely I mean social media is amazing if used properly it can be very powerful very powerful which really can and this is an example of that I am I'm curious you were a physical fitness trainer I find that to be extraordinary how did you shift from being a physical fitness trainer into what you do now well that's it's a long story and I will do is my best to be brief but %HESITATION I was %HESITATION in it in the fitness industry for over seven years %HESITATION doing personal training and it was all online based idealized NLP neuro linguistic programming and %HESITATION that was kind of a a a a difference maker big time to help them shift their minds so that they would finish the race because it all starts with the mind that was the first realization that it's all about your physical being it all starts with your mind and then %HESITATION just over time I had a number of friends reach out colleagues my wife in a closed a moment of time is like about a is less than a month period I was getting these what I'd called science messages coming in and %HESITATION I remember one there's two that I would like to bring up one was my wife who said you know every time you start anything new smaller large you oughta might automate the holy but Jeepers out of it I thought well she's right and then another very dear friend of mine gave me the greatest advice %HESITATION his name is Ross slaughter he's of a fitness professional has to to my knowledge yes two locations now in New York and Florida and he just wanted to check if the prime %HESITATION tell me what's going on what do you do you just want to chat just regular chat and in the course of conversation I talked about the fitness business and I talked about automation this is Brian I I think I got to be truthful with you what I heard you when you when you start talking about fitness I didn't feel a passion when you started talking about automation that's where you got excited and if this just happened more and more and more with more people and I just made the decision and it turned out to be really easy surprisingly after all the time and effort I put in and poured into that business of fitness business it was so simple because I was so much happier moving forward I love fitness there's nothing wrong with it just as a business I like automation far better and the beauty of automation is once you automated watch meant to be wash rinse repeat yes okay and it and it reduces stress so tell me how automating everything has reduced stress for you so as you mentioned I do a live show myself %HESITATION and you're going to be on it soon and there is no way that I could do that show without a large amount of automation and I'm running the thing with me is I'm all about absolute high quality everything everything must be perfect quality or my name will go on it I shouldn't say perfect because no one can reach perfection but I've heard so many people say Brian you just do it the simple way you can get more done quicker and they're right but for me that would not align with my values I need to have it a high quality show and the thing is it takes longer to achieve that what you're looking for for the goal but once you get to that point you start feeling momentum then it snowballs in a great way and people start flocking %HESITATION and it's starting to happen right now I've got a major contract in tow %HESITATION just ready to be signed and things are a really opening up now this is this takes time I want everyone to realize this takes time to put together the automations to test them to make sure they're running I refine them every single week and continue to tweak them and improve them so that my processes are easier for me and that they're better for their the recipient like you will be receiving more automations as your show draws near and that's just totally date time for me and for you it also saves you time it saves us both time which is awesome so I'm absolutely I can honestly say if it wasn't for automation of my %HESITATION doing the podcast I would be ripping my hair out he is thank and you can't do it all you really do have to have people in the back and I can help you with certain things that I do agree with that hundred percent %HESITATION I also have a team and %HESITATION you know combined with automation and human beings now now you can make it work and I found a resource that you don't have to you can get help for less than what it would cost you right now to hire a virtual assistant overseas and you can get them in your own local time zone less than what you'd pay for that and I've been doing that for over a year so I currently have a team of four I'll have five by Monday and %HESITATION it's been amazing just been a godsend it really is amazing when you have that kind of came in I know of which you speak because I recently added another I I have to my team and will be adding a third very shortly B. and it to be able to delegate because I I truly believe Russia with what I teach %HESITATION you know I get it adding to the leadership I'd get into the practical practical logical but as well as what a teacher leaders to do with integrate the intuitive with the spiritual and emotional and energetic when you bring him in being then you're doing that you're you're bringing humans then who would love to do those things that you don't like to do so you can focus on what you do best and when you are doing what you do that that's where the magic begins to happen does it not absolutely at a term that was given to me by another dear friend who is one of those telling me that %HESITATION Brian you're in the wrong field is that it's your it wasn't my core competency fitness wasn't an automation was it was one of my competencies but not core and so totally agree with what you're saying there absolutely yeah it would be possible days sometimes a little after J. can you automate routine again took a little detour appear a little detour down there depending on the situation do you have a road map with the GPS I don't know about you but I just automatically get in the car brand being bang boom one does the GPS is my aunt that automation that we do or where I need to go am I going to plan out the GPS in my going to plan out everything what's my role I stick in the cordon it translate to your job getting to where I need to be there you go great analogy there are a so when we work with the GPS is which is the automation in our world we can get to our destination a lot faster love it back okay so how do you require I I do I do really wanna %HESITATION because I believe that everything that we have learned in their past contributes to what it is we're doing right now and I do believe that you work as a fitness trainer have contributed to what it is you're doing now and I know that one of them is mind that the tell me about mindset in regards to automation and getting people to reach their destination to achieve their goal yeah oh boy that that's a big one %HESITATION there's so many things that mindset is the cornerstone of the foundation of where you are today no matter who you are where you are today is one hundred percent on you it's because of your mind it's not because of any external force there's no one else %HESITATION that is causing you to be where you are today it is you have choice and when you're able to use something like an L. P. which is known as the science of success to essentially rewire your brain for better and the cool thing is you are the one doing the rewiring you just follow the easy instructions in each process takes on average like seven minutes it's really quick and once you've done that and you you overcome limiting beliefs those are big one limiting belief would be I'm not technical I can't even think about going into automation well you don't need to if you have the help that can get you to do that just like Terry you were just saying once you have help that does the things that you know you don't want to do or maybe you don't have the skill set in that area to do it and so this is great for opening your mind and telling you that you know you can get help so maybe maybe it's true that you cannot do it right now but you can do it as an extended version of yourself by bringing in help and it was fitness it's just getting over that hurdle you know how many times do we get up and start get regal the genesis you know I'm still a little tired I want to go right now I don't work out it's just too much you know if you if you rewire the brain to say and to realize the end goal instead of looking at what's happening today what about one month from now how you know you're gonna feel better you're gonna look fantastic but the best part is feeling better because when you feel better you operate a higher level of performance then your business will then increase right along so right it's all a beautiful you know just intertwined mash of the related things that mindset is the court to everything we do as human beings in my personal opinion well if I'm listening to you and I'm internally waxing and even laugh out loud because goodness while I'm on a mission I've got a wedding coming up in a few months now daughter number two just got married for crying out loud I want to look at the wedding so I started on a new fitness regimen you should see me trying to walk to the chair however what I did to automated all in this is automation it can be that simple and on the website of the gym that I go to I looked at their schedule and I chose specific times in specific classes and I put it in my phone so it is automated it is in my phone I get the reminders that day I had better be even higher and that that's a simple example of automation and mindset to get you to where you want to pay now two it is the wedding the only reason why I'm I'm getting fit now I'm turning sixty five this year I want to be the best that I can possibly be at sixty five and be an example of that on stage for the people who are in the audience so when you automate those kinds of things such as your physical fitness to get your mindset where you need to go your goals organically occur yes no absolutely yeah and it's about the discipline is about %HESITATION setting habits for going forward it's about making it a priority that's another reason people fall flat I wanna come to fitness they don't make it big enough a priority in their life that's huge that's huge and so treat it like I'm sure you're doing now Terry when you see an appointment on your phone that's like an appointment with a very high end client that you if you miss it you just lost a massive deal and if you don't agree to that level of importance then the odds of you actually meeting with that appointment I II going to the gym and and crushing it in the gym and working out then the odds are you're not going to do that so prioritization is key and that's another mindset type approach that you can use that help you to make it that yeah and I'm going to add another layer to that is when you put that appointment in your calendar because I'm you know I'm all about teaching stress management and resilience and I'm a business relationship all right %HESITATION I am all about becoming healthy from the inside out in terms of %HESITATION honoring yourself first loading map does exercise date in that phone I had the mindset %HESITATION what you were talking about I'm the V. I. P. %HESITATION when I'm healthy I can then be there for my family my client in my business and for the employees that are more that are working with me absolutely you have basically are the example setter you know you're an example for everyone to follow I mean I I worked out I still do on a regular basis %HESITATION route throughout my son's childhood and he caught on and hit you know works out more often than I do and he sucked in a great way not so it's it's a it's a phenomenal habit to form and others just know this others are watching their risky you know Terry when you show up onstage next time you're that slim trim beautiful thing that you're looking to be they're gonna go wow what is she doing I want the kool-aid she's drinking but they will follow you and I'll be impressed because everyone understands it's not a simple process for a lot of people to get to that that ideal what we're calling wait and it's not about weight it's about what's what you're feeling here as you're going yes Ernie to help you get there but they're going to see that and want that inner monologue from you're absolutely right with that and %HESITATION you are correct also were NO P. is concerned I'm also a certified NLP practitioner and as well as you know involved in a lot of other holistic modalities to help people clear there in there garbage the thing with tools like NLP is when we use them and use them well and our top by somebody who really knows what they're doing those tools help to clear the self sabotaging emotions and behaviors that are in our way the key though is to own that to own that we are self sabotaging and there are a lot of folks out there who do not want to look in the mirror and do not want to see that there are cracks in the mere if you talk a little bit about that right absolutely the first step you hit the nail on the head it's it's awareness being aware that it is happening and once you are aware and you recognize that your self sabotage you know you're not doing the things that are serving you best the next step once you become aware of it is to take care of it now you just and you know apply the tools that you've learned or that a practitioner can apply with you and take the next step so it's kind of like you know it's it's a similar thing if you go to learn something you open a book and read it and then you just put it away well did it serve you very well not as well as if you then took action and executed on the steps you learn to learn and then do and then take it even a step further and then teach to learn to teach and it's no no different with this it's %HESITATION you know be aware recognize that you're doing things that are not in your best interest or where families take it out of yourself you know I'd say what what are you doing that's impacting your family if you're not around %HESITATION for an extra ten years what impact does that have on them you know they're gonna obviously be sad and but there are other things that go with it so many emotional things if you take it out of yourself and look at how you're impacting others you're more apt to actually take action it's an amazing thing we look we will do more for others and we will do for ourselves it's just a human trait yep that's exactly right and you know I I I often talk to talk about the story of the a woman in the shoe and we're the last one to take care of ourselves but you know we have to be the first month another example is when you're on an airplane in the flight attendant tells you to put the oxygen mask on yourself first before you help the people next to you you have to take care of yourself first it is it's not selfish to do that extreme self care is not a sign narcissistic value is is a heart centered god given gift that we deserve to be the best that we can possibly big so Brian you talked there are already about mine let me talk about mindset we will be just touch on the automation can you give an example of how you help someone with automation yeah I mean just so a lot of people are doing podcasts a lot of people are doing live shows that's one great example where %HESITATION I put together a comprehensive from eight Izzy program where you can have it all ready to go where you've gone through it already Terry part of it I've gone to yours as well where you can have a form where they fell out and in that form you ask certain questions and that forgets the results get emailed to you the person running the show and you can bet them right then and there and decide yes or no and you can just plug in one value into their contact information and we'll take one of two branches you're approved to get a hold on this leg or you're just approved then we're done I'm sorry here's the email that says sorry and then if they're approved they go down to the next step and say okay now go schedule your show let jumps him into another another tool so I use a lot of despair it tools different tools and glue them all together with different types of automations integrations and it just takes them through and that's what I put here is very complex and the good news is I'm going to give all these automations to everyone who comes on board with us the product and coming up with which isn't complete at the time we're talking that's called karma by marketing it's going to revolutionize how people do live shows and enable them to do so without a massive team at the beginning I still have a great yeah I recommend you still get the team and that's actually the training for that is also in carbon marketing includes everything automation scaling how do you manage your team %HESITATION I've learned over it a year plus and continue to refine as I host say all the different ways of approaching and you know we have weekly meetings and I have a strategy behind that I was dragged behind onboarding new team members I have strategy on all of it and it's all going to be included in this %HESITATION amazing info product I'm really sending it down the list here I've been working on it almost a year every single week all most the year it's coming out because of the quality I'm put in a ton of quality I can't wait to unveil it to people that you know help their lives be simpler to let them be more productive to it so that you Terry someone like you could come on and just be that talent and not worry about all of the other things going on the emails of the schedule reminders everything that's going on %HESITATION great to me you know and it's funny because you were taught not funny %HESITATION and and that that that's the wrong word it's interesting we're talking about the form I have two forms I have a form on my website for people to fill out so those of you who would like to be on the show please fill it out because they missed work days are for people I do not now because that's where they get that it and then I have a second form with a different link that I send to people I do now and I want to on the show because there are certain questions that are different and if I don't need to bat you why am I gonna be asking those questions so what's your thoughts about that I love that %HESITATION yeah I love that eight I do some things based on the the the answers to the questions they don't know that is happening behind the scenes but it takes on the one thank you page what I call thank you pages like this is the result is your next step versus another and I'm so book now and I want to bring in always higher value higher successful entrepreneurs such as yourself and keep raising that bar that I have several questions another strategic and if those by themselves show me that they're not really that successful yet there there may be partially successful I don't mean to demean anybody but then I put him in a different %HESITATION of final and they will be charged to appear on my show others will not god will use that to for help filter and continue to raise the bar %HESITATION it's just it's just applying a man right now I'm booked all the way through I'm six months booked out for now and so I'm I'm opening up another day %HESITATION it's it's getting pretty fun congratulations that sounds absolutely fantastic when we're coming to the end of the show and I would love people to be able to find you can you share with us where they can find you and where they can get tuned in to the new products and programs that you're going to be delivering yeah that's a starting point is to go to the mind body business show dot com it's a long one the mind body business show dot com and just register at the bottom and that its we're not selling anything all you do is you get reminders of upcoming live shows we do it every week that's a great way to start a Facebook is another great way to connect with me directly and my user name is Brian Karl Kelly with a C. the car apart Ryan Carl Kelly and %HESITATION you'll see a picture of meal under you'll know it's me there's a lot of Brian Kelly's out there are those the two best ways and we'll just take it from there just a few reach out say hi I love to interact and %HESITATION also getting more and more heavy on link then because that's another powerful tool %HESITATION yesterday will definitely use all the platforms you can to market yourself as Terry is doing and %HESITATION that's one way that really get great exposure for you and that's all %HESITATION what I'm about is automating all those processes well thank you so much Brian for coming on the show and helping my listeners to awaken the possibilities I'm your show host Jerry will demand and to learn more about what we do please go to intuitive leadership dot com and there you will see our programs are coaching programs as well as our current podcast past podcast and all of our services I wish you the absolute best and we look forward to seeing you next time to your success See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Awaken The Possibilities: Navigating the Holidays When You Are Single
Dec 24 2019 25 mins  
TO READ TRANSCRIPT SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGEIn episode #1 of the new Awaken The Possibilities Podcast, Host Terry Wildemann interviews Dr. Rhoberta Shaler on "Navigating the Holidays When Single". This scenario can be challenging, especially if you haven't prepared yourself. Rhoberta share wonderful insights and perspective that can assist singles, and their family members, to respect one another in ways that allow all to enjoy the holidays._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Dr. Shaler:Rhoberta Shaler, PhD, The Relationship Help Doctor, provides urgent and ongoing care for relationships in crisis. Her mission is to provide the insights, information, and inspiration for clients and audiences to know why and how to transform relationship with themselves and with other humans to be honest, respectful, and safe in all ways. Even the United States Marines have sought her help!Dr. Shaler empowers the partners, exes, adult children, and co-workers of the relentlessly difficult, toxic people she calls Hijackals® to recognize emotional abuse, realize the effects, heal, and transform. She helps them see clearly, stop the crazy-making, and save their sanity.Widely published and author of sixteen books including Escaping the Hijackal Trap and Stop! That’s Crazy-Making, she hosts two popular podcasts: Transforming Relationship with Emotional Savvy and Save Your Sanity: Help for Toxic Relationships. Her YouTube channel, ForRelationshipHelp, has reached over 275,000 views._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________About Terry Wildemann:Terry Wildemann is the owner of Intuitive Leadership® and a Business and Resilience Accelerator, Speaker and Certified Executive Coach,Terry's specialty is working with tired, unhealthy workaholic entrepreneurs and professionals and helps them leap off the stress hamster and evolve into unstoppable stress resilient intuitive leaders. Terry’s timely message taps into how to integrate intuition, stress resilience, positive communications and leadership with grounded business systems that help her students to successfully and positively serve and influence others. Her leadership experience includes owning a manufacturing company, image consulting company, leadership and holistic education center.Terry is a best selling author of The Enchanted Boardroom: Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader.  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________TRANSCRIPT welcome everyone to awaken the possibilities I'm your host Terry will demand and I'm really excited because this is the very first episode of the awaken the possibilities popped up podcast and I am delighted to have as my very first guest who helped me so much in creating the background in creating the set everything to do with the awaken the possibilities podcast Dr we're Burda Shaler we're Burda is a very good friend of mine and someone who I hold in very high esteem so to have her on as the very first episode as my very first gas is truly truly exciting so I like to tell you a little bit about her because she truly is a magnificent human being Dr Roberta Scheller PhD is known as the relationship help doctor and provides urgent and ongoing care for relationships in crisis our mission is to provide insights information and inspiration for clients and audiences to transform relationships with themselves and other humans to be honest respectable respectful and respectable I'm sure state in all ways even the United States marines have sought her help and as you know I'm a navy spouse so that means so much to me that our military who joined this much I regard as I do %HESITATION doctor Schiller focuses on helping the partner's exes an adult children of the relentlessly difficult people she calls hi jackals I love that word hi jackals to stop the crazy making and saving their sanity she is the author of sixteen books including escaping the Hyde Jekyll trap and stop that's crazy making she has two podcasts emotional savvy and save your sanity her YouTube channel for relationship help has reached over two hundred and ninety thousand views wow congratulations on your accomplishments for Burnett and thank you for being here %HESITATION is totally my pleasure I love talking with you and you to biz is a wonderful thing when our over three hundred and five thousand views and them that it's amazing to be able to give people some relief when they're up in the middle of the night wondering what's going on in their world and kind of tents and to have somewhere they can go to get information to feel safe to feel empowered and to feel that they can understand what's happening to them and that really is special because that can be such a clear scary place where things are going on around you and and it's completely chaotic and you know your head is just spinning you just don't know where to go what to say what to do how to behave and it can be quite frightening it absolutely is you know and if you have happened to be raised by high jackals or you're with one and your being your very best empathetic self you're going the extra mile you're reaching out you may be justifying people's poor behaviors and you think that you know that's a great way to create relationships it's so important to know when you've actually gone beyond what is reasonable and something that is healthy and when other people have invaded you too and your space in ways that are unhealthy and to be able to recognize those boundaries and sometimes those unhealthy ways our cultural are they not sure they certainly are I mean there's a distinction I teach negotiation for the university of Texas and and when I'm helping people in project management because is seeing MBA program you know we talk about the difference between a collectivist culture in an individualist culture and if you're in a collectivist cultures that means that the focus of the culture is that the family is more important than the individual and so then you could have differences between the males and female roles within that collectivist culture and it can be sometimes oppressive and it can have some patterns in it that are really unhealthy and then on the other side the individualist culture then people feel that they can do whatever and say whatever they want to each other because they have that right and then we don't know exactly what the rules are so it's really important yeah I find in most situations %HESITATION that it's truly important to listen to your intuition how you feel and a lot of us aren't given permission to be able to do that and when we do oh my god it can become even more chaotic requiring us to completely step away for Saturday's Centru well it certainly can be I mean I think you hit on a really important piece Terry is starting to believe that maybe your intuition your got your sense your first feeling your first read of something may be accurate and then because society has said so many things you might start second guessing that and you might start asking other people's opinion of what's good are right for you and you've already been told what's good are right for you but you're not listening yet so it's important to be open to listening to that so in that vein a lot of us are single during this time of year we are in the holiday season it is you know we've got Hanukkah on one side Christmas on the other side Kwan signed some of us don't even celebrate the holidays but when you're single that can be a double edged sword to some people oh my god it's wonderful he did work about a lot of family stuff but on the other hand there are those who are single who want to engage in the family stuff so I really see it as a double edged sword and one of the %HESITATION I really wanted to talk with you today about stress and being single during the holidays because as we were talking before the show you had mentioned well is there really enough time to do that because we haven't prepared well I'm sure there are a lot of singles who have been prepared themselves in mind body and spirit for being single in the holidays so input in this podcast up I think we may be able to we may be doing a service in that once you even recognize that you haven't prepared isn't that the first step well it certainly is in order to be able to say I'm in a different paradigm down maybe a whole lot of other people am I comfortable in my paradigms do I miss something terribly do I not know how to create it do I experience as you say thank one of the big things in my life that I'm so delighted with this Joe Morrow you know the joy of missing out but there are a whole lot of people who were in the formal world to the fear of missing out and so when they're not included that something they have to look at and it does it can you come from the place of I choose what I do where do you come from the place of nobody's choosing me and that's where the preparation as I get to know yourself well enough to know what your needs and wants are what your thoughts and feelings are and what you're moving toward what your beliefs are about all this and then what the cultural dictates you know is it is it he %HESITATION are you noticing a bunch of articles that are written about you know I'm so sorry if you're alone for the holidays well you know I have a wonderful relationship in my life but it doesn't include the holidays and I am like %HESITATION you know someone asked me today what he could do it I I was tomorrow because of Chris's Christmas tomorrow and I said well I plan on eating good foods not getting dressed and reading a good book what do you have a place to go no %HESITATION delightfully I don't but for some people that dislike I'm not included I haven't I don't have a place to go I don't have a tribe I feel left out and there's a whole Lotta should surround it so we have two examiners shoots that you should have a person you should be connected well what if you're not you know and let's talk for a minute to in this context about bright people super bright people they tend to be a bit of an out liar you know they don't fit in every situation nor do they want to and and they have to look at you know what are my preferences do I get my joy from deciding where I go or do I feel downtrodden when people don't invite me to go somewhere what is going on is there a lot of factors at play here the preparation is a big thing because we don't spend enough time buyers sellers you know talking about intuition well we also spend enough time listening to that but we don't spend enough time enquiring into ourselves who am I which way I want what represents me water may boundaries what are my values what's my vision for my life what are my next steps many people don't want to encounter themselves so they don't spend time in the quiet finding out who they are and what's up you know it's interesting that you say that about being in the quiet when alone is about twenty five years ago when we first moved here in Rhode Island my car radio stopped working and all of a sudden I had to learn how to sit and drive in silence and today twenty five years later when I'm driving with family in the car and then they turn the radio on I can't handle it thank the card that I had before the one that I have now didn't have a radio sports car and I never noticed when I bought it didn't come with the radio and then I thought well let me explore this and so like this I don't you know it really is once you learn how to be in quiet you can hear your thoughts you can really look at how you feel about different things you will allow things that you were masking before the bubble up to the surface and I really do believe that it's important whether you're in a relationship or not in a relationship with your single or not single whether you're with family or not family that you own that part of yourself and but you can only own it once you know it yeah and and that's the whole point of preparation and %HESITATION if you if you can spend time with yourself like so many times %HESITATION clients all over the world because I work through video conferencing I'll say which is Quincy it quietly what what how long do I have to do that for and you know start with two minutes and then we'll talk about it in you know I lead them to answer the question is your real fear of finding out who you are and you don't want to do that is it that you're you know what are you busy about what is it that you must get up and do that will distract you from knowing yourself and is a really stemming from a fear of I don't know who will find when I spend time with myself and I might not like it so I think I'll go and put in the laundry and sweep the carport you know now one thing I do now it's interesting you said that about I'll go put the laundry in suite the carport one thing I do know is there are that there are folks of which I'm married to one who loves constant momentum and while he's doing things with his hands and doing different tasks I can see him in his mind just reviewing things in reviewing things M. processing and thinking so that action of doing mindless work actually assist him to engage internally that often happens for people have it's not that that they need the distraction of that it is that they have a kinesthetic need to be doing something that allows them then to let their mind go free you know when we look at the different modalities of how people process information kinesthetic people you know they're the people in school %HESITATION always tapping their pen or their food or something driving you crazy but the thing is that if you don't have that processing stuff they'll that be annoying to you but to them to be in motion allows them to pay attention they've taken care of the body so they can free the mind then that's an important thing to know if if you think about spending time alone and sitting still and that goes %HESITATION and why don't you do that then you probably want to look into the world of walking meditation so that you can walk and get into that state where you can cut you reflect and that will be a really good thing for you to do but the thing is you know you do you want to be able to encounter yourself as well as encounter the divine when you're sitting there if that's part of your agenda but first off start out by encountering yourself and not being fearful if that so that when you begin to encounter yourself and you begin to become interested in care but that person I love that person and be curious about that person then you will be able to listen to your intuition so were burned out right now we're %HESITATION ten I discuss today's Christmas he and there is a lot of time to prepare we may be going to family tomorrow or the next day it's Christmas Eve is on a Tuesday because Christmas is a little weak you may not be seen family until the weekend like us we're going to be driving down to Pennsylvania on later on in the week that kind of thing what would you suggest to assist those who are single who have been prepared themselves for the onslaught called the holidays well I think one important thing for all of us prepared or not prepared is to be able to answer the question what what I want from this exchange of time so if I'm going to a social event what do I want from this exchange of time if I'm in a conversation what do I want from this exchange of words what is the end result that I want then when we get you skip conscious about that that may be a single person we're we're meeting somebody new we're having a conversation what I want well I just simply want to know and be known a little more a little deeper I'm not gonna make huge leaps and just want to make a little incremental stat and if I understand what I want for many exchange and anytime of any kind then we become much more aware of ourselves and that's the first step so if you don't have much time now because you're going to encounter family or you're going to encounter nothing to do very shortly ask yourself what could I have isn't it an exchange of this time what do I want what what what is the result of this exchange I am our friend at that you and I had %HESITATION recently passed and I I was given everything I wanted of her belongings and I brought home a lot of books so one of the things that are more for the exchange of time tomorrow particularly is I want to look at life from her point of view why is she reading these books what seen here that you know there are things that are definitely related to what I I like to read anyway but %HESITATION that was curious so I can get excited about that but if I had a feeling like well it's not okay on the holidays do not have anywhere to go and nobody inviting me anywhere then I would be all wrapped up in that what I don't have and if you're wrapped up in what year you don't have then you can't be open to what you do have and what you're moving toward to the quick answer to your question is what am I moving toward right now what what is it that is available to me right now that I could actually look forward to and whether that is a long time and being able to and go to bed early %HESITATION %HESITATION %HESITATION it's being with a bunch of people and getting to know somebody or being seen and known by somebody else just know what you want for this exchange of time and it's a great place to start it really is a great place to start and as you're talking %HESITATION I am I'm just curious a lot of the millennials today and when we were kids do we really want to do what our family wanted us to do absolutely not a lot of millennials today are very very clear on what they want and what they don't want and one of the things I keep hearing is I don't want to go to this family event I don't want to go to that family event I you know I don't want to answer their questions I I I don't want to you know and I do know that some millennials feel very much that they're not good enough that there you know some folks are you know college educated they may not be college educated or whatever it is so what I'm hearing you say is from a listening perspective %HESITATION where the millennials are concerned under them or encourage them to keep joining family because that can be a real catch twenty two for families well it is but you know let's I would like to just broaden the conversation to the world perspective be it be in the namaste be honoring who it is you're speaking to be accepting of the person you're speaking to be interested in that person and don't impose your values are your culture or your showed three year ought to use and then you can be in the present moment with them and isn't that what we all want I can't think of one person who wants to go home and have somebody say well I remember when you did this and it wasn't very nice we want that to be gone that's not us Tuesday so why don't we give us today the opportunity of knowing them today and be in the present moment with Sam so what do you say to the parent was hard time with that well if I'm a millennial and someone asked me a difficult question and this came up from one of my groups the other day and I don't want to go home they're gonna ask me why I don't have kids do I have a good job yet they can ask all these tough questions and I said you know just benignly say you know I'm on track with my life it and I'm going to preach I'm going to progress through it in the best way that I possibly can how are things with you give the most general I've been nine answer and then ask a question because the other person probably wants to speak about themselves more anyway so answer them because as respectful to answer them and serve them broadly and don't don't have high expectations of them changing like I just did a show with Laura Rubenstein this morning on our transforming your relationships live on Facebook then the topic that I suggested for the show and it worked well was lower your expectations not your standards really nice so go home if you're going home lower your expectations of the folks being different yeah I know what they're going to ask tough questions if they're tough question answered asters and don't expect there to be different you'll be different right still don't go with this way go with with acceptance you know talk to me about you and just you know divert the conversation back to them and yeah maybe so persistent and you may have to set a boundary and say you know something I'm working on I'll get back to you or yeah %HESITATION but we don't have to get into the tassels we don't have to get into the tough stuff and we don't have to be tough you can just accept them where they are that's what's important to them they're concerned about your future they want to make sure that you're making money and you're on a good track and Nick you know yeah they may come across as as to inquisitive and too judgmental and those kind of things may be in your mind but try and put yourself in their shoes for a little moment and just say okay they're really concerned that I'm going to be able to take care of myself in a good way and that I am going to be a successful human and this is their way of doing it right exactly exactly and you know as you were talking I kept getting this feeling of large traction if you're going to be judging them they're gonna be judging you stop with the judgment and as you say accept them for who they are no accept you for who you are the mayor they may not I mean we each work to our capacity but the only focus that each one of us could have is and who we are and how we're being and that we're living from our values and vision and beliefs and so you know sometimes people say well you know I'm going I have my mother wants me to come home and I don't like her at all what should I do my question is always who are you yeah and they say well what do you mean I said well you are the person who can have the capacity to go except your mother how she is because you want to see here or can't you live without regrets because you don't care for your mother and how she behaves in life and you don't want to make a wrong either so you just don't go right but if the question is who are you and how do you process what do you do what is representative of you living from your values not how do I how do I eight exchange things with other people this how do I be me and then I can after the into change I can say yeah that was me I I stood in my truth I stood in my integrity and my authenticity and I was kind you know what the Terry one of my favorite quotes and I've been using this now for thirty years %HESITATION it was written by a Jesuit high priest ten he said the genius of good communication is to be totally kind and totally honest at the same time when you can muster being totally kind and totally honest at the same time here could you can relax right running into and what a phenomenal place two entities interaction with you being totally kind I just love it absolutely love it we're very sheller thank you so much for being here today in a week in the possibilities M. launching our very first episode in such magnificent fashion as always I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for also being a great friend right now it's my pleasure to be with you in a moment I'm honored to be your first guest and I hope everybody understands that when you get to know yourself and you live from that you can follow my other great important formula and that is H. E. B. B. whether you're thinking of yourself where you're thinking of another human A. B. B. and that stands for always be leave behavior hello I remember to working people get in touch with you %HESITATION you can find me at transforming relationship dot com when you go there you will see that there's a place you can click on for blogs and for podcasts and that'll take you out so to my you tube channel thank you so much for birthday and to my listening audience you can find out more about what it is that we do it intuitively to ship dot com awaken the possibilities where we help entrepreneurs and leaders leap off the stress him just real of life and shift out of chaos into calm ease and flow I'm your host Terry will demand and I look forward to sharing many future episodes with you in the coming year to your success and have a fantastic holiday season See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: Aligning Your Brain For Success
Jun 05 2019 26 mins  
SubtitleGuest: Pat DuckworthSummaryTerry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.ABOUT TERRYClick here to Subscribe to my Channel https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLeadership-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GIFTDownload Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SOCIAL MEDIAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and VideoYour 7th Sense Show Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann___________________________________ABOUT Pat Duckworth! Pat Duckworth is a women's health strategist, author, international public speaker and Founder of Smarter Menopause. After over 30 years working in the public sector at a senior management level, Pat discovered her entrepreneurial mojo in her mid-50s and retrained as a therapist and coach. Since then she has published four books and contributed to many more. Pat’s fourth book, ‘Hot Women Rock; How to discover your midlife entrepreneurial mojo’, was published in 2016 and became a #1 International Bestseller.Pat is passionate about inspiring women to live their best lives, no matter what their age.Special offersI have a guided visualisation of walking through your NeuroLogical Levels to align with your purposeWebsite URL: https://hotwomencoolsolutions.com/Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SmarterMenopause/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patduckworth/Twitter: https://twitter.com/patduckworthInstagram: patduckworth1YouTube: Pat Duckworth See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: Leveraging The Universe To Explode Your Business
May 29 2019 26 mins  
Terry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.ABOUT TERRYClick here to Subscribe to my Channel https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLeadership-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GIFTDownload Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SOCIAL MEDIAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and VideoYour 7th Sense Show Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann___________________________________ABOUT NATALIE LEDWELLNatalie Ledwell is a bestselling author, host of The Inspiration Show, co-host of the cable TV show WAKE UP, and founder of Mind Movies, the hugely successful and revolutionary online Personal Development company that has reached over 5.8 million people worldwide.Right now, she is working on her brand new groundbreaking school curriculum entitled, “Personal Growth Studies”, which is designed to teach youth from ages 5-18 years foundational life lessons like Gratitude, Meditation, Emotional Intelligence, Empathy, Compassion, Self Esteem and setting strong Personal Standards just to name a few. This curriculum gives our next generation with the tools, skills and success habits to empower them for the rest of their lives. In October 2018, Natalie traveled to Liberia where she met with government officials and launched the first pilot program of Personal Growth Studies working with 16 teachers and 500 students. Currently, her sights are set on infiltrating the US Education System in 2019 with New Zealand and Australia following closely behind._____________________GIFT6 pre-made Mind Movies (where we can set Terry up as an affiliate).Website URL: http://www.mindmovies.com/mm4/6premadesgift.php?26339_____________________SOCIAL MEDIAFacebook Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/mindmoviesLinkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/mind-movies-99317033/Twitterhttps://twitter.com/mindmoviesInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/mindmovies/Pinteresthttps://www.pinterest.com/mindmovies/YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/mindmovies See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: From Fear to Faith
May 15 2019 31 mins  
Terry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.ABOUT TERRYClick here to Subscribe to my Channel https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLeadership-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GIFTDownload Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SOCIAL MEDIAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and VideoYour 7th Sense Show Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann______________ABOUT LISA MARIE PLATSKELisa Marie Platske left her action-packed life as a Federal law enforcement officer after 9/11 to become the CEO of international leadership development company, Upside Thinking, Inc. An award-winning leadership expert recognized by the Small Business Administration, author of 6 books, and certified master coach, Lisa Marie delivers high-energy presentations using her seven (7) step leadership process centered on connection, positioning and executive presence. Her clients include the Department of Homeland Security, Honeywell, the Girl Scouts, the Federal Regulatory Commission, Pacific, Gas, and Electric, and Perry Ellis International.Lisa Marie serves on the board of several philanthropic organizations including Project Forgive and was recognized by The International Alliance of Women as one of the top 100 Women Making a Difference in the World -- and recognized by the White House under George W. Bush receiving a Presidential Lifetime Call to Service Award. Connected to God, Lisa Marie listens and lets Him lead. The founder of Design Your Destiny Live™, she lives in Alexandria, VA, with her loving and supportive husband, Jim and their two pet foxes.__________________________________SOCIAL MEDIAWebsite URL: www.upsidethinking.comFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/lisa.marie.platskeLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisamarieplatskeTwitter: https://twitter.com/UpsideThinking See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: Listening To Your Body To Heal
May 08 2019 45 mins  
Terry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.ABOUT TERRYClick here to Subscribe to my Channel https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLeadership-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GIFTDownload Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SOCIAL MEDIAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and VideoYour 7th Sense Show Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann___________________________________________________________ABOUT DR. BRADLEY NELSONDr. Bradley Nelson is the developer of the most advanced form of energy medicine on the planet. A holistic Chiropractic Physician and Medical Intuitive, Dr. Nelson is one of the world’s foremost experts in the emerging fields of Bioenergetic Medicine and Energy Psychology. His bestselling book, "The Emotion Code", is helping people all over the world to improve their lives by ridding themselves of their imbalancing emotional baggage. Users of The Emotion Code technique find freedom from emotional problems such as depression and anxiety, as well as physical problems including fatigue, pain and disease. A key element of The Emotion Code is removing emotional baggage that has clustered around the heart, interfering with ones ability to find love and success. Dr. Nelson graduated with honors from Life Chiropractic College West, in San Lorenzo, California in 1988. As a practicing holistic physician, Dr. Nelson specialized in helping those suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia, and successfully treated patients from across the United States and Canada until his retirement from active practice in 2004. For the past 24 years, Dr. Nelson has lectured internationally on the healing of chronic and incurable diseases through energy work and restoring balance to the 6 key elements of health in the body. In 2009 he channeled his life's work into a simple yet powerful self-study course known as, “The Body Code" system, which teaches students how to balance the body in these 6 key areas. The Body Code is being used successfully by doctors and laypeople alike to improve the health of thousands of people all over the world.Dr. Nelson is an acclaimed and popular speaker on the international seminar circuit, and travels internationally teaching “The Emotion Code” Seminar. He has been a guest on countless radio and television shows.Dr. Nelson and his staff operate a network of certified Emotion Code and Body Code practitioners that spans the globe. To find out more about The Emotion Code and The Body Code, visit healerslibrary.com, a membership site providing instructional videos, books, articles, live webinars and more. ________________________________________________________GIFT . -Download the first two chapters of The Emotion Code at www.EmotionCodeGift.com________________________________________________________SOCIAL MEDIAWebsite: http://DiscoverHealing.comFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/DrBradleyNelson/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-bradley-nelson-1392022Twitter: https://twitter.com/drbradleynelsonInstagram: https://www.pinterest.com/DrBradleyNelson/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/DrBradleyNelson/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/discoverhealing See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: From Scientist To Spiritual Teacher
May 01 2019 33 mins  
Terry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.ABOUT TERRYYouTube Channel SubscriptionClick here to Subscribe to my Channel ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Click here for my Signature Video in this series ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Terry's gift to you!Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social MediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and VideoYour 7th Sense Show Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann...____________________________________________________________ABOUT LESLEY PHILLIPSRev. Dr. Lesley Phillips is a spiritual teacher focused on helping people access their personal intuitive guidance. She has offered intuitive sessions and energy healing since 1996 and has taught meditation, healing and intuition development since 2003. Dr. Lesley has provided spiritual guidance to thousands through her radio show, books, intuitive sessions, classes, and retreats. She originally was an environmental microbiologist who searched tropical regions of the planet for natural product medicines. Later she was a business developer for life science companies. Dr. Lesley is the creator of Portico Soul Essence Cards, a card deck that opens the intuition and creativity of its users, the author of a spiritual novel, called “The Midas Tree.” and of a book on intuition, soon to be published by Llewellyn. Do you any special offers or gifts you would like to offer our listeners?:1.See special offer on this page - https://drlesleyphillips.com/psychic-abilities-blueprint-2/2.Free webinar - https://drlesleyphillips.com/awaken-intuition-webinar/3.Free Podcast Episodes about intuition - https://drlesleyphillips.com/category/podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: Radical Mindfulness
Apr 24 2019 39 mins  
SummaryTerry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.ABOUT TERRYYouTube Channel SubscriptionClick here to Subscribe to my Channel ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Click here for my Signature Video in this series ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Terry's gift to you!Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social MediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and VideosYour 7th Sense Show Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann...____________________________________________________________ABOUT - Daniel GutierrezOnce a high-powered executive and in-demand consultant who graced the covers of Latin Business, Cypen and Color Magazines, Daniel Gutierrez realized that there was more to success than a 7-figure earning potential. As President of PRIMER, a prestigious national leadership organization and an advisor to the Department of White House Personnel for the Obama Administration, Daniel was a highly regarded and deeply revered leader. Though Daniel was listed as one of the “Top 100 Hispanics in America” along Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, actor Edward James Olmos, and CNN’s Soledad O’Brien, something was still missing. To find fulfilment, Daniel decided to dedicate the next chapter of his life to becoming a Master of Mindfulness. During the past 10 years, he has led quests to the heights of the Machu Picchu, the depths of the Amazon and the top of the Himalayas. After the boardroom, now Daniel has been guiding entrepreneurs and corporate executives in deep dive mindfulness immersions. Though mindfulness is a lifelong practice, Daniel has become known for giving life altering strategies in as little as 60 seconds. When facing extreme pressure, executives go from highstrung to highly productive. Daniel has even turned Wall Street cubicles from a place of stress to pads of serenity. A beloved mentor and sought-after motivational speaker, Daniel was featured in the documentary Luminous World Views as one of eighteen world-renowned transformational thought-leaders. In November 2018 Daniel appeared as a special guest for renowned teacher, Michel Pascal on one of the biggest stages in the world, Carnegie Hall in New York City. He addressed a sold-out crowd with musical support from Earth Wind and Fire, Madonna and Michael Jackson’s best musicians. He is a bestselling author, who just released his fifth International Best Selling Book, Radical Mindfulness.WEBSITE: https://www.danielgutierrez.com/sacred-journeysGIFT: https://www.danielgutierrez.com/gift-giveawayWebsite URL: www.danielgutierrez.comFacebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/abundancedanielTwitter:@motivatordanInstagram: @motivatordanYouTube: motivatordan See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.



Your 7th Sense: Trusting The Big Picture
Apr 17 2019 24 mins  
Terry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.ABOUT TERRYYouTube Channel SubscriptionClick here to Subscribe to my Channel ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Click here for my Signature Video in this series ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Terry's gift to you!Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social MediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and VideosYour 7th Sense Show Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann...____________________________________________________________ABOUT - ROBERT CLANCYRobert Clancy is a creative visionary, #1 international bestselling author, spiritual teacher, co-founder of Spiral Design Studio. Together with #1 international bestselling author Lisa Winston, Robert co-hosts and produces The Mindset Reset Show, an internationally syndicated television show airing on Direct TV, Comcast, Viacom, Woman on TV, SheTV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, among others networks in over 160 countries.His latest two books Soul Cyphers: Decoding a Life of Hope and Happiness with Forward by #1 New York Times Bestselling author Marci Shimoff (SoulCyphers.com) and Love’s Awakenings – Healing the Human Spirit a Poetic Journey quickly became #1 international bestsellers.On is Facebook fan page (Facebook.com.GuideToTheSoul) he shares his divinely inspired thoughts is now followed by over three-quarters of a million people worldwide.He is a sought after speaker, presenter and guest who has been featured on national television and radio shows, podcasts and summits. He is also a featured keynote speaker for organizations such as The American Red Cross, The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Hospice, Junior Achievement, Mother Teresa Academy, Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership, and Kiwanis International, among others.Robert is also a featured spiritual expert appearing with Dr. Joe Vitale, don Miguel Ruiz, Brian Tracy and Dannion Brinkley in the movie Becoming the Keys, released in January 2019. Robert also recently completed his filming of an episode for the 2018 season of the Emmy® Award winning Dr. Nandi Show which reaches over 300 million people on major cable and satellite television networks such as Discovery and ABC.As early as age six, Robert committed his life to assisting others, whether volunteering, helping them to succeed or even just offering a friendly smile. Robert is a husband, father and 5th Degree Master Black Belt Martial Arts Instructor. Robert Clancy is a dedicated volunteer who completely embodies the spirit of service — a selfless commitment to helping others make a positive difference in the world.______________________________________________________________ROBERT'S GIFT 5 Guided Mediations and Inspirational MusicGift Link: http://signup.guidetothesoul.com/_______________________________________________________________CONNECT WITH ROBERTWebsite URL: https://www.guidetothesoul.comFacebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/guidetothesoulLinkedin - http://www.linkedin.com/in/robertclancyTwitter - https://www.twitter.com/GuideToSoulInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/GuideToTheSoulPinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/GuideToTheSoulYouTube - http://www.youtube.com/GuideToTheSoul See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: Spiritual Selling
Nov 27 2018 36 mins  
Terry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.Subscribe to TERRY'S Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead..------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GIFT: Improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CONNECT:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PLAYLISTS AND VIDEOSYour 7th Sense Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------WEBSITES:Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.com___________________________________________________________TERRY'S BOOK:The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann...___________________________________________________________ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: Trust Your Intuition And Destroy The N.O.I.S.E
Nov 06 2018 29 mins  
Terry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.Subscribe to TERRY'S Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead..------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GIFT: Improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CONNECT:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PLAYLISTS AND VIDEOSYour 7th Sense Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------WEBSITES:Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.com___________________________________________________________TERRY'S BOOK:The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann...___________________________________________________________ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: They Can't Hear You If You're Not Listening
Oct 30 2018 36 mins  
Terry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.Subscribe to TERRY'S Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead..------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GIFT: Improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CONNECT:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PLAYLISTS AND VIDEOSYour 7th Sense Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------WEBSITES:Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.com___________________________________________________________TERRY'S BOOK:The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann...___________________________________________________________ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: What it Means To Lead With Your Heart
Oct 23 2018 33 mins  
Terry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.Subscribe to TERRY'S Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead..------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GIFT: Improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CONNECT:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PLAYLISTS AND VIDEOSYour 7th Sense Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------WEBSITES:Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.com___________________________________________________________TERRY'S BOOK:The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann...___________________________________________________________Shirlene Reeves is a media personality, the author of Selling Through Your Heart, a business success coach, international keynote speaker, founder of Selling Through Your Heart Sales, Business Mastery Platinum, and the world renown Massive Visibility Media™ course designed for coaches wanting to make an impact in the world through radio, podcasts and web TV interviews. She has been a show host on WMAX.TV and is currently the show host on Ascended Masters At Work, reaching listeners across the nation.Today Shirlene lives between San Diego, CA and her home on the beach in San Felipe, Baja, Mexico. She focuses on teaching authors, salespeople, and coaches how to increase sales to create multiple streams of income. Website URL: https://selling-through-your-heart.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/shirlenereevesauthor/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shirlenereeves/Twitter: @maximizewealthYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFYU9h-5zMBYNl-RMRTTswQ__________________________________________________________________ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: How To Make a Difference in the World with Your Business Today (Using your Intuition)
Oct 17 2018 39 mins  
Terry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.Subscribe to TERRY'S Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead..------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------GIFT: Improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CONNECT:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PLAYLISTS AND VIDEOSYour 7th Sense Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------WEBSITES:Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.com___________________________________________________________TERRY'S BOOK:The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann...___________________________________________________________ABOUT ANGEL RIBOAngel RIBO, known as The CEO Confidant, is an International TV Host, Public Speaker, CEO Consultant and PhilanthropistEstablished Entrepreneurs and Corporate CEOs hire Angel to bridge the Gap Globally for Expansion and Exposure.In the last 19 years Angel has helped more than 1,500 CEOs in 33 different countries. He was born near Barcelona, and he has lived in8 countries and speaks 5 languages.Angel is now based in Texas, and early in 2017, he launched his International Foundation, Wisdom for Kids, and he has helped hundreds of Underprivileged Kids in Latin America become Entrepreneurs using their Local Resources.Grow Your Business Internationally: Are you an Established Entrepreneur or a Corporate CEO and want to take your Business Globally? Get an International Leader Consultation. Send me an email to [email protected] for Kids: Would you like to Help Underprivileged Kids in Latin America become Entrepreneurs using their Local Resources? Please go to WisdomForKids.Today and make a Donation.__________________________________________________________________ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: When the Tough Decisions Make You (and not the other way around)
Oct 10 2018 37 mins  
Terry interviews business thought leaders, and engages in lively conversation, about achieving success in business and life. Her guests share success stories and experiences about how listening to their angels and intuition, and integrating it with a practical and logical mindset helped them to reach their goals.Your 7th Sense is a show for mission driven entrepreneurs and leaders who seek guidance and information about doing things differently by shedding the fear of trusting their intuition and embracing their Inner GPS. They are ready to step off the hamster wheel of sameness and expecting results that never materialize. They, instead, embrace operating coherently by reducing stress and leading from the heart in ways that truly make a difference in business and life.ABOUT TERRYYouTube Channel SubscriptionClick here to Subscribe to my Channel ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Click here for my Signature Video in this series ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Terry's gift to you!Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social MediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and VideosYour 7th Sense Show Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann...___________________________________________________________Nalini is an internationally known author, inspirational speaker, counselor andtransformational seer.She specializes in delivering her own brand of wisdom through training others inperception, frequency modulation, and creating by surrendering to Source.A lifelong student and teacher, Nalini has trained, learned and taught in music (agraduate of Ohio State University in Musicology, followed by post grad work atOxford University in England), IT, martial arts and counseling.She travels widely, working throughout the US, Europe, South Africa, Australia, NewZealand and Mexico as a counselor and advisor to individuals and business ownerswho want to live their spiritual principles in a practical way.She is known for her common-sense approach to spirituality and the developmentof expanded consciousness.Nalini is the author of several ebooks, including Walk A(new)Way, The SamuraiScottie Trilogy (final book pending publication), Held in the Heartspace, a manualfor letting the light lead, The Keys of Love, and Embodying FluidityShe has appeared on radio and television interview shows internationally._________________________________________________________________________________ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: Let Your Inner Guide Be Your Champion
Oct 03 2018 24 mins  
Chris Salem is an accomplished life & business strategist, CEO, world-class speaker, award-winning author®, certified mindset expert, radio show host & media personality, and wellness advocate partnering with entrepreneurs, corporate business leaders, and sales professionals to have sustainable success at the next level by resolving the root cause to mindset barriers and being transparent leaders. He is the originator of the term Prosperneur™—an individual whose health and wealth are in alignment in a way that leads to true prosperity. His book Master Your Inner Critic / Resolve the Root Cause – Create Prosperity addresses this and went international best seller in 2016. He also co-authored the recent edition to "Mastering the Art of Success" with Jack Canfield. His weekly radio show Sustainable Success is part of the Voice America Influencers Channel. Chris is also the CEO and Co-Founder of Empowering Fathers in Action, a 501c3 organization dedicated to providing program for building sustainable father – son bond relationships that lead to higher self- confidence, adopting principles to become future transparent leaders, and offset the issues of bullying, suicide, and school shootings. In addition to working with individuals, Chris has worked with organizations such as JP Morgan – Chase, Farmington Bank, Humana, and NYPD Forensics Department including universities such as University of Hartford, Bay Path University, Worcester State University, and spoke on overcoming limited beliefs for peak performance at Harvard University’s Faculty Club.31 Day Email Clarity Program: http://christophersalem.com/31-days-program/Website URL: www.christophersalem.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/christophersalemprofessional/?fref=tsLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christophersalemTwitter: https://twitter.com/whealthteamInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisrsalem/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChrisSalem1967_________________________________________________________________________________ABOUT TERRYYouTube Channel SubscriptionClick here to Subscribe to my Channel ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Click here for my Signature Video in this series ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Terry's gift to you! Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social MediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrywildemannTwitter: https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and VideosYour 7th Sense Show Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom: https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.



Your 7th Sense: How Crazy-Making People in Your Life Cloud Your Ability to See
Sep 25 2018 24 mins  
As a relationship consultant, mediator, speaker and author, Dr. Rhoberta Shaler, The Relationship Help Doctor, provides urgent and ongoing care for relationships in crisis. Her mission is to help people stop tolerating abuse. Even the United States Marines have sought her help. Dr. Shaler focuses on helping the partners, exes, and adult children of the relentlessly difficult people she calls “Hijackals®.” She offers strategies for dealing with the constant uncertainty and jaw-dropping behaviors of toxic people. Author of sixteen books including Escaping the Hijackal Trap and Stop! That’s Crazy-Making! How to Stop Playing the Passive-Aggressive Game. She is the host of two podcasts: Emotional Savvy: The Relationship Help Show and Save Your Sanity: Help for Handling Hijackals!GIFT: free ebook as my gift: How to Spot a Hijackal, at http://www.Hijackals.comWebsite URL: https://ForRelationshipHelp.comFacebook: https://Facebook.com/RelationshipHelpDoctorLinkedin: https://LinkedIn.com/in/RhobertaShalerTwitter: https://Twitter.com/RhobertaShalerInstagram: https://Instagram.com/DrRhobertaShalerPinterest: https://Pinterest.com/RhobertaShalerYouTube: https://YouTube.com/ForRelationshipHelp_______________________________________________ABOUT TERRYYouTube Channel SubscriptionClick here to Subscribe to my Channel ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Click here for my Signature Video in this series ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Terry's gift to you! ➤➤Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social Media➤➤Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Follow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/terrywildemannFollow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVFollow me on YouTube ➝https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Follow me on LinkedIn ➝https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and Videos➤➤Your 7th Sense Show Playlist . https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions:" http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: Change the World from the Front of the Room!
Sep 18 2018 27 mins  
In this episode, Terry and Tonya discuss what it take to create change by speaking form the front of the room. They chat about the speaking industry, taking chances, being told that certain actions would be crazy, and a whole lot more!ABOUT TONYA:-CEO & Founder of the Public Speakers Association-Globally Sought-After Speaker-Host of Tonya Hofmann’s Fabulous TV Show-Best Selling Author of 7 International Books-Winner of multiple national and international Industry, Organization and Association awards -Cover of 5 Magazines with supporting articlehttp://publicspeakersassociation.comFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/tonyahofmannLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonyahofmannTwitter - https://twitter.com/tonyahofmannInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/tonya_hofmann/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/tonyahofmann__________________________________________________________________ABOUT TERRYYouTube Channel SubscriptionClick here to Subscribe to my Channel ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Click here for my Signature Video in this series ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ABOUT TERRYYouTube Channel SubscriptionClick here to Subscribe to my Channel ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Click here for my Signature Video in this series ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Terry's gift to you! ➤➤Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social Media➤➤Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Follow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/terrywildemannFollow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVFollow me on YouTube ➝https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Follow me on LinkedIn ➝https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and Videos➤➤Your 7th Sense Show Playlist . https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions:" http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: Trusting The Messages That Comes
Sep 11 2018 37 mins  
YouTube Channel Subscription: - https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Signature Video in this series: - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...Terry's gift to you! ➤➤ Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social Media➤➤Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Follow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/terrywildemannFollow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVFollow me on YouTube ➝https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Follow me on LinkedIn ➝https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and Videos➤➤Your 7th Sense Show Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet:: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: You Are The Master Of Your Own Universe
Sep 05 2018 32 mins  
YouTube Channel Subscription: - https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Signature Video in this series: - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...Terry's gift to you! ➤➤ Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social Media➤➤Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Follow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/terrywildemannFollow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVFollow me on YouTube ➝https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Follow me on LinkedIn ➝https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and Videos➤➤Your 7th Sense Show Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet:: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying
Aug 29 2018 20 mins  
YouTube Channel Subscription: - https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Signature Video in this series: - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...Terry's gift to you! ➤➤ Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social Media➤➤Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Follow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/terrywildemannFollow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVFollow me on YouTube ➝https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Follow me on LinkedIn ➝https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and Videos➤➤Your 7th Sense Show Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet:: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: Intuition and Reframe
Aug 22 2018 24 mins  
YouTube Channel Subscription: - https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Signature Video in this series: - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...Terry's gift to you! ➤➤ Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social Media➤➤Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Follow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/terrywildemannFollow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVFollow me on YouTube ➝https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Follow me on LinkedIn ➝https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and Videos➤➤Your 7th Sense Show Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet:: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: Will You Give 7 Minutes a Day for World Peace?
Aug 15 2018 22 mins  
YouTube Channel Subscription: - https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Signature Video in this series: - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...Terry's gift to you! ➤➤ Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social Media➤➤Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Follow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/terrywildemannFollow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVFollow me on YouTube ➝https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Follow me on LinkedIn ➝https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and Videos➤➤Your 7th Sense Show Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet:: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your 7th Sense: Business Powered by Angels and Intuition
Aug 08 2018 18 mins  
YouTube Channel Subscription: - https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Signature Video in this series: - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhaOt...Terry's gift to you! ➤➤ Download Terry's Quick Shift Technique to improve focus, decision making, reduces stress in the moment - http://www.QuickShiftZone.com-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with me on Social Media➤➤Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/intuitivelea...Are you on Facebook? ➝https://www.facebook.com/your7thsense/Follow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/terrywildemannFollow me on Twitter ➝https://twitter.com/Your7thSenseTVFollow me on YouTube ➝https://www.youtube.com/IntuitiveLead...Follow me on LinkedIn ➝https://www.linkedin.com/in/terrywild...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Playlists and Videos➤➤Your 7th Sense Show Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=...Inward Journey for Intuitive Leaders Playlist ➤➤ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Website: Intuitive Leadership: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/Website: Your 7th Sense: http://www.Your7thSense.comTerry's Speaker Sheet:: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/sp...Quick Shift Solutions: http://www.intuitiveleadership.com/qu...Terry's Book - The Enchanted Boardroom https://www.amazon.com/TerryWildemann... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


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