FF95: Building a Team To Support Your Zone of Genius with Lisa Wilson

In this episode, Lisa Wilson shares her expertise as a coach and leader in human resources. Lisa and I have an interesting conversation about the fear of bringing people into your company and how it can actually allow you to work in your zone of genius so you can grow your business while your team works in their zone of genius to support you.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Building culture into your small business now so you can have it live through your growth as it’s much harder to fix later
  • Allowing the flow in your company of mission, vision and values branding
  • The 5 reasons entrepreneurs don’t bring on people to help
  • Lisa’s ‘Tears of Joy Story’ with her new virtual assistant
  • The things to do to ensure success when bringing people into your company

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FF94: Food & Health To Minimize The Effects Of Stress with Jennifer Lloyd

In this episode, Jennifer Lloyd, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, has found that stress and its far-reaching effects have become the most common issue in her practice. She shares the many benefits of healthy eating, breathing to relax before we eat and, most importantly, having fun with food.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • We were never raised to connect food and health and its importance in nutrition
  • How stress affects our digestion and not getting enough nutrients from our food
  • What we can do to ramp up our digestion and get rid of the effects of stress
  • The practice of breathing before we eat to switch gears from fight or flight to rest and digest
  • Food has been part of every culture and every celebration and it needs to be fun.

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FF93: Happiness As The Gauge In Company Culture with David Bellamy

In this episode, David Bellamy, founder of the Happiness Lab, gives us a look into the tool he developed for companies to understand and improve their culture. The daily check-in tool gives employees an equal voice and companies an indicator of organisational health and employee wellbeing.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • A daily check-in tool for companies to build a rich picture of employee’s day-to-day- experiences
  • Happiness is the gauge not the goal
  • Technology that could monitor how people feel at work
  • Using happiness as a great metric that’s a missing KPI inside organizations
  • Fostering and cultivating the right conditions in which the culture grows

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FF92: Self-publishing an Amazon #1 Best Selling Book with Dr. Emee Estacio

In this episode, Dr. Emee Estacio shares how she self-published her work as a psychologist and became an Amazon best-selling author, 3 times. Dr. Emee has discovered how to tap into the algorithms of Amazon and gives us some insight to do the same.

 

Highlights From This Episode:

  • How a background in psychology led Dr. Emee to self-publishing her own books
  • Knowing how to strategically position your book
  • The importance of keyword research
  • The steps to an Amazon Best Selling book
  • The freedom to have creative control with time and moving to the sunny location of Athens

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FF91: Is Your Business Franchisable with Marietta Snetsinger

In this episode, Marietta Snetsinger shares her passion for franchising and what it takes to offer your business as a franchise or be the franchisee operating it. Marietta believes franchising your business is like scaling on steroids.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • If you want to scale your business, consider converting to a franchise
  • The two sides of the franchise, the person who offers the business opportunity as a franchise and the franchisee who operates the franchise
  • Being a subject matter expert with a product or service solving a problem that others haven’t figured out
  • The importance of having a marketing system in place so you can teach your franchisees how to attract and retain the right clients or customers
  • Watch for the franchise tsunami coming to the market

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FF90: Cultivating a Resilient Mindset with Eryn Price

In this episode, Eryn Price shares what it takes to have a resilient mindset. Eryn realised she just knew she needed to help women all over the world who are suffering from breast cancer and held the belief that she would figure out how to do just that.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Knowing this is what to do because women all over the world are suffering
  • The 3 things needed to be resilient
  • Creating a movement with self massage
  • Taking your skills and breaking it down to make it accessible for other people
  • Holding the belief that you will figure this out and having faith to make your dreams a reality

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FF89: Being the Obvious Choice to a Prospects Solution with Diana Lidstone

In this episode, Diana Lidstone shares the Repumeter framework that brings prospects awareness to a problem they didn’t know they had and shows them that you are the obvious choice to the solution. The world doesn’t want more information the world wants transformation and Diana’s experts insights gives customers confidence that you have a process to get the results they want.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • The Repumeter and how people perceive you
  • The 4 conditions of the Experts Insights
  • Presenting a framework that allows people to see that you are the obvious choice
  • Getting clarity in your message before becoming visible
  • Keeping it simple can make the biggest difference

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FF88: Global Impact Built By Purpose Driven Entrepreneurs with Angela Faye

In this episode, Angela Faye shares her love to empower individuals and geographically connected property owners to imagine and build ‘Places Worth Living For.’ Angela also shares her work with property owners to collectively build commercial ecosystems that are purpose driven.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • How entrepreneurs can leverage their high return assets into an ecosystem that is purpose driven
  • Leveraging the geographical environment to build a place worth living for
  • Commercial property owners collectively building a Massive Transformative Purpose
  • Companies working collectively on a big mandate thru agricultural technology and carbon removal projects
  • The disrupted workplace with teams now distributed around the world and technically working from anywhere

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FF87: Ways To Be Better Organized with Rowena List

In this episode, Rowena List, fellow Professional Organizer, shares her many years of experience and expertise about getting and staying organized. Rowena reminds us that just like hiring a plumber or roofer, there should be no shame to have someone help you get organized.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • 4 different kinds of clutter and ways to work through each one
  • Keeping things because of the 3 deadliest words
  • What you can do to ease the attachment to the things you are decluttering
  • How clutter in your life affects your decision making
  • Using a daily simple 15-minute system to keep on track

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FF86: Leadership and Company Culture with Lisa Wilson

In this episode, Lisa Wilson shares her expertise as a coach and leader in human resources. Lisa and I have an interesting conversation about leadership and creating a company culture that embraces the mission, vision and values of the business.

Highlights From This Episode:

  • Do you really have ‘The Friendliest Place in the World?’
  • A real example of dealing with serious safety concerns and turning it into a culture of commitment to everyone’s welfare
  • The importance of a company culture that upholds the mission, vision and values of the business
  • Four main things you need as a leader to create a good, solid foundation
  • The best teams have different personalities

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