FF120: Finding Your Flow with Stacy Braiuca

In this episode, Stacy Braiuca, Technology Therapist and Squirrel Wrangler (yes, these are her official titles), shares how she combines her tech geekiness with a therapist background to help people who are terrified of technology and techs who are terrified of speaking human. Stacy gives us a high-level view of her formula to find your flow.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Finding your formula and living in a state of flow
  • The 4 silent S’s to a healthy life
  • Mitigating the stresses and living in your magic
  • Putting your skills and talents into alignment to feel more alive and congruent
  • Give yourself grace and the perfection doesn’t matter

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Learn more:   https://www.stacybraiuca.com

Resources:  Get the Technology Therapist app at:  https://www.stacybraiuca.com/app 

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FF119: Grow Your Business Through Podcasting with Evans Putman

In this episode, Evans Putman shares his expertise in how to grow your business through podcasting and why now is a great time to begin your podcast.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Why now is a great time to begin podcasting
  • How the pandemic has connected us in new ways and the opportunities it has opened up
  • Growing your podcast organically and building your marketing list the right way
  • How 80% of sales came from free resources and adding value
  • The benefits of sharing value on other people’s podcasts

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Read More:   ‘Million Dollar Dads’

Learn More:  5 Steps to Turn Your Podcast Into a High-Ticket Sales Machine


Resources:   My Podcast Coach on Facebook

Quote:   Frank Kern Show somebody you can help them by actually helping them’

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FF118: Tough Business Questions Answered with Mary Scott

In this fun episode, we take a bit of a turn. Mary Scott joins us to answer some tough business questions … ‘On the Spot.’ I’ve been collecting some questions to present to Mary. It will be the first time she has heard the questions. Her answers are ‘Spot On’ and she gives us lots of great take aways.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • What to do when you are overwhelmed, don’t know where to start and what to do first
  • What’s trending in business and the most vulnerable sectors
  • What to do to keep your cashflow flowing
  • The must haves right now for a solopreneur
  • What to do with a team member that’s just not working out

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Learn more: Business Riff

Resources:  StartUp Resources Guide

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FF117: Reset, Reframe And Refocus Your Business with Val Low

In this solo episode, Val Low digs in a little deeper into the entrepreneurial journey and growing a powerful and impactful business. Val shares some key pieces to propel forward into a new season in your business.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Creating a powerful plan for the next year of your business
  • Celebrating wins, even the mini ones
  • The importance of tracking your numbers
  • Being in alignment with your business and the sharing the uniqueness you bring to the world
  • Being on brand and building a power team to support your growth

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Learn more: https://vallow.me

Resources:  Watch for The Entrepreneurial Toolbox. A collection of podcast guest gifts from previous episodes. Full of reports, checklists, ebooks and valuable resources for your entrepreneurial journey.

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FF116: Do What Makes You Happy In Your Work with Cal Misener

In this episode, Cal Misener speaks of meaningful alignment and finding happiness in the work you do. He shares how individuals and organizations can achieve alignment between what is important to them and the impact they want to make.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • How to discover what really does make you happy
  • Taking a look at your theme and the influence it has on your work
  • How doing simple things in your day can increase your happiness
  • The key actions to working with a virtual team to maintain communication
  • What to do for your team members when they are not engaged in their work

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Learn more: ‘Strength Finders’

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FF115: The Golden Thread of Branding with Lesley Everett

In this episode, Lesley Everett shares her vast experience in personal branding and the personality of your brand. We chat about what it is that differentiates you from the crowd, the golden thread that runs through everything and how we make people feel to really drive how you build your brand.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Stand out in the crowd authentically in everything you do
  • Have people talk about you behind your back in a way that you need them to talk about you behind your back
  • What is the end result of what you give to people, to your clients? You buy the end result.
  • Bring people into understanding the difference they make to the corporate brand message
  • It’s how we make people feel which really drives how we build our brand

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Learn more:   https://www.lesleyeverett.com  https://www.walkingtall.com

Read more:    ‘Corporate Brand Personality’  ‘Drop Dead Brilliant’  ‘Walking Tall’  by Lesley Everett

Resources:   Visibility Tips

Quote:  ‘We can’t easily see the label from inside the bottle’  Lesley Everett

   There’s only one thing worse than being talked about and that’s not being talked about’   Oscar Wilde

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FF114: Body Language And Deception Detection with Jonathan Choufany

In this episode, Jonathan Choufany shares his in-depth knowledge as a Body Language Master. We chat about how people can project more powerfully their skills of non-verbal communication and Deception Detection; the cues to notice when someone is lying.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Manage your own emotions to become the best version of yourself
  • 80 or 90% of our communication is nonverbal as our body language expresses our emotions
  • Understanding why the person is not telling the truth first and whether or not they are aware that they are lying or not
  • Some people lie just to be polite and not because they want to hurt or manipulate other people
  • Observing the body language code

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Event:   Body Language for Sales Mastery

Learn more:   humansdecoded.club

TEDx Speech

Career highlights YouTube

Quote:  ‘No Pressure. No Diamond’  Thomas Carlyle

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FF113: Write Your Book and Be The Authority with Kim Day

In this episode, Kim Day, of Write and Grow Rich, shares with us about overcoming the daily struggle of finding your next client and becoming an authority by writing and publishing a book. Get your book out of your head, into your hands and become the credible expert in your industry.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • One of the best things a book does is it opens doors to all of your other avenues for marketing
  • Published authors are perceived as expert speakers
  • Use your book to amplify your marketing results to really accelerate the growth of your business
  • Create the authority position in your business to have more income, influence and impact.
  • Get your book out of your head, out of your heart and into your hands

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Read more:    ‘Write and Grow Rich’  Kimberley Day

Resources:   Join Kim’s Facebook 5 Day Become A Best-Selling Author Adventure and Grab a FREE copy of her “10 Step Guide to Planning and Writing a Best-Selling, Business Building Book”

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FF112: Social Media Storytelling with Blair Kaplan Venables

In this episode, Blair Kaplan Venables, social media rockstar, joins us again to share her take on what’s happening in the social media world. Blair encourages us to level up our social media skills and make sure we are telling our story.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Social media strategy is really the meat and potatoes of social media
  • Being known as a thought leader and the expert where clients come to you
  • Social media is one of the most important places to build up authority
  • Social media should be a place to share your stories
  • It’s ok to take a break from social media

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Read more:   Pulsing Through My Veins: Raw And Real Stories From An    

Entrepreneur’ Blair Kaplan Venables 

Learn more:   http://www.blairkaplan.com    and her Podcast ‘Dissecting Success’

Resources:   Stress Free Social Media Checklists

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FF111: Rock Your Talk with Leisa Reid

In this episode, Leisa Reid joins us to share her expertise in speaking. She has successfully booked and delivered over 500 speaking gigs and gives us lots of ideas about ‘Rocking Your Talk.’

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Give the person in the audience a solution to their problem
  • Staking a claim for your talk is powerful
  • Authenticity trumps perfection and being aligned with who you are
  • Get clear on your monetization strategies
  • Speaker one sheets and building credibility

Links & Resources From This Episode:

Read more:   ‘Get Speaking Gigs Now’

Learn more:   GetSpeakingGigsNow.com

Resources:   5 Top Tips To Get More Speaking Gigs

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