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“Giving voice to the voiceless through thought leadership, photography, media and the arts.”Annie Koshy empowers individuals to be true to their personal story and branding. As an award winning model, actress, photographer, media professional and emcee with a flair for community leadership, Annie uses her vast experience to help individuals and companies develop their brand strategy. Source:
LPGA champion Barbara Moxness’s success in golf spans 4 decades. Discover her secret of success in golf as a player and a coach. To learn more or schedule a lesson, contact Barb at MoxieGolfAcademy.comSource:
We don’t charge our clients because we want their money. We charge because we’re worth it and we’ll grow their business. Yep. That’s it.Today, we’re going to share some stories about those who thought they could bring their ads management “in-house” and why that doesn’t always work out so well.One cool thing to think about is that we have so many accounts that we can compare your account to and use strategies from other accounts, you get someone in the house they’re looking at your account only. They’re not seeing this going on in 10 accounts today.And we brainstorm as a team once a week. These ads managers stay fresh. They stay, you know, thinking about the ad account in different ways, not just being tunnel vision.Well, we’re in the trenches every day running ads. If anyone’s struggling with the Apple update out there. We have a resource for you go to our website, a download on everything you need to do for the checklist.Apple has pushed the release of the iOS 14 Facebook update another two months, so, we have a little bit more time. We’re going to talk about this in another episode, but get the checklist so you can be prepared.Listen here: the Apple Update Checklist: Truth About Social Ads
Tavia Morse-SalvadalenaIn this episode, Tavia talks about her journey of seeking help with her health and going misdiagnosed for over 10 years! And how she turned her complete medical mess into her message.After going to the doctors for stomach issues, migraines, pains, sinus infections, female issues, and flu-like symptoms AND after seeing the musician and artist Avril Levinge on the Today show- She had a pivotal turning point in her journey.She sought help-outside the box and finally got the answers she needed to start healing and getting well.In 2015 Tavia was diagnosed with Chronic Lyme Disease.Along her journey, she started to shift her purpose in life. She believed there was something better she needed to be doing with this disease. She believed she was given this disease for a reason.In 2018 Tavia started to turn her passion of fighting her illness into a better purpose. Tavia went back to school and received her certification in health and life coaching all while she was trying to get her Lyme disease into remission.Tavia has also achieved a mastery level coaching certificate and has successfully studied Functional Nutrition, Tavia is a graduate of Eastern Washington University and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication with minors in Sociology and Sociology.She is passionate about helping others get out of their hell. She loves finding the root cause of people’s health conditions when all hope is lost. If you are ready to step on the other side of sickness and back to wellness, give Tavia a chance.To learn more about Tavia you can go to and follow her on IG @healthcoachtavia.The Sweet Life Coaching Podcast
Kyle is an executive specializing in crafting outstanding experiences for global brands. A former magazine editor, he also spent a bunch of his career with a focus on the fashion, outdoor, and sports industries through the e-commerce and digital lens for brands such as Nike, Dr. Martens, KEEN, Lululemon, PowerBar, Ariat, Chrome Industries, Nuun, and others. Kyle’s unique blend of design, branding, and digital best practices lends itself to creating and leading some of the foremost brands.A bold, charismatic speaker, with a penchant for hitting brand’s sweet spots, he brings his experience to any size group or audience on the topics relating to online or digital business growth, e-commerce trends and tactics, A/B testing, branding, positioning, and design.Kyle is currently focusing on digital trends online, the future state of retail in a post-pandemic world, the complexity of global brand expansion, and branding post-pandemic.Learn More: Influencers with Mike Saunders
Welcome to Episode 113 of Building My Legacy.In this podcast, we talk with sales coach Corey Berrier who has helped organizations develop their sales teams and improve their sales efforts. As Corey explains, “Everything that we do is sales” … from talking your children into eating their vegetables to selling your company’s products and services. Corey addresses the biggest challenges in sales, the importance of asking the right questions and the need to build rapport with your prospect. He explains, “You don’t want to be interesting, you want to be interested” … in your prospect’s situation and how you can meet their needs. Remember, the prospect wants to know “What’s in it for me?”Whether you’re responsible for increasing sales for your company, you’re an individual selling online or you’re a leader moving on to build your legacy, it’s all about sales. And Corey’s message will help you overcome the objections you’ll face along the way.So if you want to know:– About the need to build value before providing the price– How to overcome the most common fear in sales — rejection– The biggest mistake salespeople make– The three parts to building rapport with a prospect– What children can teach us about salesAbout Corey BerrierCorey Berrier is a master sales trainer and coach whose company, The Sales CEO, works with businesses that are struggling to make sales. He started in business coaching in 2015 when one of his training clients, who owned a small plumbing company, asked if would talk with the company’s sales team. In less than three months — with Corey’s help in the areas of communication and strategy — the team was able to better understand their clients’ needs and began hitting their sales goals. Since then, he has worked with organizations of all sizes to help them get their business where they want it to be. He has been especially effective with small and medium-size businesses with a sales force, such as those in the HVAC and plumbing industries, like his first client. Look for Corey on Instagram and at his website,, where you can also listen to him on “The Successful Life Podcast.”About Lois Sonstegard, PhDWorking with business leaders for more than 30 years, Lois has learned that successful leaders have a passion to leave a meaningful legacy. Leaders often ask: When does one begin to think about legacy? Is there a “best” approach? Is there a process or steps one should follow?Lois is dedicated not only to developing leaders but to helping them build a meaningful legacy. Learn more about how Lois can help your organization with Leadership Consulting and Executive Coaching: for Tuning In!Thanks so much for being with us this week. Have some feedback you’d like to share? Please leave a note in the comments section below!If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friends by using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.Don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic episode updates.And, finally, please take a minute to leave us an honest review and rating on iTunes. They really help us out when it comes to the ranking of the show, and I make it a point to read every single one of the reviews we get.Please leave a review right now. Thanks for listening!Building My Legacy
In This Episode Of The Brand Doctor Podcast:– Kaylnd Doughtery shares some tips, tricks + tools on how to grow your audience as an industry expert – Learn how to plan out the proper strategy to get your online community into your funnel– How to increase engagement with your online communities that leads your audience to a saleResources: with Henry: the conversation with Henry’s how do you add a couple of extra 0’s to the end of your bank account? Well, let me introduce you to the:
Communicating desires and boundaries In this episode, Yael Rosenstock Gonzalez talks all about how to understand and communicate your own desires and boundaries to your partner. Today’s topic of discussion lines up with the four pillars of Intimacy with Ease Method to help you have the best sex of your life! We hear talks of red flags, tips on how to work with your partner around these aspects, and most importantly, real life applications. Is it One conversation? Communicating desires and boundaries are put together in a conversation because when people are engaged in making sure everyone is having the best time possible, criminalised behavior is unlikely. While sharing her views, Yael points out the stigma around the conversation of consent and sexual assault. Why is communication so important? It’s important to understand our method of communication. Yael tells people to reflect on how they communicate their sexual or non-sexual needs. While communication could mostly be verbal, it’s important to recognize the meaning of the cues you give off and to make sure people in your life are aware of it. It avoids unclear messages and conflict. Reasons why people struggle communicating about sex Yael says there are several reason why someone struggles communicating about sex. It could be revealed when you ask yourself questions of who and why. Your anxiousness could be the result of a sex taboo, shame around your own pleasure, or the expectation of knowing what’s wrong in your sexual relationship without any proper communication with your partner. For some people with insecurity, Yael advices to make communication sexy by asking what you want and by validating your partner during sex. And for someone with shame around pleasure, you should question the series of incidents like getting caught that resulted in it. You become confident in communicating about sex by undoing these patterns. Myths around sexual communication Yael breaks down some of the myths around sexual communication. People overemphasize penetration during sex. People believe sex is enjoyable only with penetration and they neglect oral sex. For a lot of people arousal happens before the penetration and it’s important to be in tune with your own arousal to effectively communicate it with your partner. Yael also breaks down myths around sexual chemistry. People assume their partner would just know what they want because of the sexual chemistry they both have. While it could be true for some people, Yael says it’s mostly communication and putting in the work that’s important. Communicating your desires doesn’t mean there’s no chemistry. Yael also talks about instances where people mistake their lack of sexual chemistry or interest as being asexual when in reality, it could mean either that they are asexual or that they didn’t find the right partner or gender. It’s important to be aware of your own sexual desires to be able to communicate effectively. Communication about boundaries before or during sex? Yael advices people who experienced sexual violence or trauma to be aware of some of the things that act as triggers, keeping in mind that triggers may change. In those instances, it’s advisable to talk about your boundaries with your partner before sex to avoid activating these triggers. She also urges people to communicate their needs and tell them how their partner can help them create a safe space. You can also have a conversation before sex about things you want to try or things you might want to try and things that you don’t want to try. How does respecting these boundaries look like? When you have a trigger or feel uncomfortable doing something, your partner should be supportive in accepting you. They should be patient to wait and listen when you’re ready to talk about it and not put blame on you. This is how respecting boundaries looks like Yael’s view. Reasons why people don’t respond well to boundaries Yael believes some people don’t respond well in these situations because of either being caught off guard or because of their surfacing insecurity and doubts. There are also instances where people take it as a “challenge to teach you,” thinking it will help you overcome what makes you uncomfortable. While Yael says shifts may occur, it’s likely to occur in a supportive environment rather than to occur by force. Yael also brings up an interesting reason where people are unsupportive because they’re missing out on something they enjoy. Yael gives a solution for this that she says could come as unpopular among people is to seek those things outside the relationship after having a clear conversation and make an ethical and consensual decision. Sometimes a partner could feel like an abuser when in these situations. And a lot of times people let their partner do things they’re uncomfortable with to avoid making them feel like a violator. In this situation, it’s best to take a break before deciding whether or not to have a conversation. What to do when someone doesn’t respect your boundaries? Yael shares some of the red flags to recognize when someone doesn’t respect your boundaries like putting the blame on you, pushing you and shaming you. When your boundaries are not respected, it’s time to walk away. Yael asks people to re-evaluate the value of that person in your life and re-evaluate the reasons you’re keeping them around. She points out the reality of how we’re not taught to make boundaries or talk about how a healthy relationship looks like. It’s one of the reasons why many people don’t recognize a non-physical unhealthy relationship. Finally, Yael leaves us with a thought provoking fact that boundaries are not always meant to be physical. Boundaries can also be made for time, space and the emotional energy you spend. She says boundaries can be set to things like letting people share their emotions to setting a time and place to send and receive nudes. Resources and Links: Website: Book – An Intro-Guide to a Sex Positive You: Lessons, Tales, and Tips Courses: Instagram: @yaelthesexgeek Facebook: @YaeltheSexGeek Twitter: @yaelthesexgeek More info: Training video – Health Quiz – The Course – The Book – Podcast Website – Access the Free webinar: How to help your partner want more sex without making them feel pressured or obligated: Better Sex with Jessa Zimmerman
In This Episode Of The Brand Doctor Podcast:– When going through setbacks, how do you persevere?– Building strong relationships with people that will help you– How to handle doubt and limiting beliefs so you can achieve your goalsResources: with Henry: the conversation with Henry’s how do you add a couple of extra 0’s to the end of your bank account? Well, let me introduce you to the:
Lorraine Dallmeier is the award-winning CEO of Formula Botanica, the online organic cosmetic formulation and business school, which has trained over 11,000 organic cosmetic formulators and indie beauty entrepreneurs in 170+ countries. Voted the most influential person in natural beauty for 2020 and awarded the Digital Achiever of the Year award for the cosmetics industry by Google, Lorraine is on a mission to show female entrepreneurs that through hard work, determination and drive they can also achieve sustainable online business success.Lorraine’s journey as an entrepreneur started in 2010, when she was watching the BBC’s Apprentice while nursing her newborn baby on the sofa. The candidates were making their own iPhone app and, slightly delirious from sleep deprivation (which didn’t end for another 6 years). Lorraine Dallmeier decided that if they could do it, so could she. A few years later, she found myself running a global multi-million pound empire.“I want women to wake up one day with a clarity and motivation to keep going, an ability to cut through all of the noise and their passion to drive forward, and the permission to be themselves, so we can collectively drive forward gender equality through female entrepreneurship and empowerment.”Formula Botanica Brand:Through our accredited online courses, Formula Botanica has seen thousands of its graduates launch indie beauty brands. The school empowers people all over the world by teaching them the skills they need to change their lives through organic formulation and indie beauty entrepreneurship. Formula Botanica is also a green beauty publishing platform and welcomes hundreds of thousands of readers to its popular blog and Green Beauty Conversations podcast each month.Be sure to subscribe to this show for weekly episodes with other “go-getters” and inspiring leaders, coaches, and entrepreneurs.You can find out more about Hanna at and connect with her on Instagram @hannahermanson_ABOUT HANNA HERMANSONHanna Hermanson, Certified Coach, International Speaker, Author, & Founder of Dream Life is Real Life Copywriting Agency, who has helped 100s of coaches build, scale, and enjoy their online businesses– essentially make their dream life their real life!Join our network of entrepreneurs, business owners, and online coaches right here: J O I N T H E C O M M U N I T Y – Instagram: – Web – Linkedin: – Twitter: – Facebook: – Pinterest: Life is Real Life
John Lee Dumas is the host of Entrepreneurs on Fire, an award-winning podcast where he interviews inspiring Entrepreneurs who are truly ON FIRE.With over 2500 episodes, 1 million + listens a month, and seven-figures of annual revenue, JLD is just getting started.Visit to set YOUR Entrepreneurial journey ON FIRE!Buy his book with all of the bonuses here! Influencers with Mike Saunders
Andra Lopez has been in the fitness industry for many years. She was a college athlete, and health/wellness has always been at the forefront. As a Psych major, Andra knew she wanted to help others but didn’t think it would be a fitness career. But that is where she has spent her time. Andra has owned her own Bootcamp business, worked as the Director of Fitness for The Biggest Loser, and was a Head Trainer at Orange Theory Fitness. Unfortunately, something was missing, and she couldn’t help people the way she wanted to. In the Spring of 2017, Andra discovered F45 Training and knew F45 was her next move. It spoke to the athlete in her, and she knew that the workouts would be empowering for everyone.Besides fitness, Andra is aware of the complications and challenges of taking care of ourselves in today’s hectic world. She is a mother of 2 girls and a wife who can relate to the roadblocks that everyone encounters!During the interview, Andra shares:· How her fitness journey led her to F45.· Why people come to F45.· What makes F45 workouts different from the typical gym.· What the biggest misconceptions people have about group classes like the ones taught at F45.· Why F45 is an excellent gym for people over 50 to achieve their fitness goals.· How F45 members overcome the most significant obstacles to getting their desired fitness results?· How people can find out if F45 is right for them.· During COVID-19, how does F45 ensure their clients’ safety?To contact Andra or learn more about F45, go to: alopez@f45.comNever Too Late for Fitness Radio with Phil Faris
Yuvraj Kapadia is the founder & CEO of the EKAA Integrated Clinical Hypnotherapy Foundation and is widely recognized as India’s topmost hypnotherapist, having undertaken thousands of therapy cases and training programs in clinical hypnotherapy worldwide over more than a decade. Mr. Kapadia is highly sought after worldwide for his workshops, seminars, and training programs that feature his trademark style of explaining highly complex, scientific, and metaphysical concepts in the most easy-to-understand language. He has grown EKAA into a worldwide presence with over 13,000 certified students and over 60 certified trainers.Mr. Kapadia is the creator of RUDRA: a comprehensive, life transformation process that you can do by yourself, in the comfort of your home, and at your own convenience.To learn more about the Rudra program and get online access, visit Radio with Ralph Brogden
Barbara is a speaker, author and seminar leader with over 18 years of global experience living and working in Hong Kong, China, Australia, Singapore, Canada and the U.S.Barbara inspires individuals, entrepreneurs, and leaders to reconnect with their highest purpose and make key paradigm shifts and breakthroughs, so their teams and organizations can effectively create large scale changes in society and the world.Barbara is a member of the Leadership Development Faculty for the Asia Pacific Region at a top global financial institution, and visiting professor at SFU, Beedie School of Business (Vancouver, Canada), where she teaches Negotiation and Conflict Resolution at the MBA program.In her transformational and inspirational new memoir, The Unexpected Gift readers will learn of a journey to self-discovery and renewal after the implosion of her marriage. She’ll share a roadmap to how you can fully engage with a diverse world, embrace a richer and more authentic life, and emerge anew after the unthinkable, while learning an invaluable lesson on the foundations of leadership.Learn More: Influencers with Mike Saunders
Join me on today’s journey as I interviewed Professional Bodybuilder and Certified Personal Trainer Zach Downs! Zach is from West Des Moines, Iowa. He grew up as an athlete competing in every sport throughout his childhood, and high school.Zach continued his athletic career and passion for fitness at Grand View University playing football & studying kinesiology – the science of exercise.Zach has been coaching professionally in the industry for the past 7 years, and competes as a professional in Bodybuilding and Classic Physique through PNBA. As a result of losing his job as an in-person trainer, and gym manager from the coronavirus in spring 2020; Zach got the opportunity to create Altered Fitness, an Online Personal Training Company! Now he helps men and women all over the world to transform their bodies through effective training and nutritionmethods!To learn more about Zach and the services he provides, please visit: @zachdowns1Facebook: zach.downs2Zach’s ebook promo code: AFEBOOKWellness on Demand
In This Episode Of The Brand Doctor Podcast:– How to hook your audience’s attention on social media to get them engaged– The mindset it takes to grow 1 million followers on social media– Specific tricks on how drive prospects down your content marketing funnelResources: with Henry: the conversation with Henry’s how do you add a couple of extra 0’s to the end of your bank account? Well, let me introduce you to the:
Natalie Frasca Surmeli is here today to talk about stepping into your feminine wild and what it means. This episode talks of awakening feminine desire and pleasure by slowing down and getting familiar with your own body. Natalie shares her insight of pleasure practices, practicing a new way of being and why it matters.Natalie’s Story – what did she unlock?Natalie shares the story of her journey that brought her into this path of discovery. Being a mom of 3 at a brink of divorce, overwhelmed and falling into depression, she sought out her therapist’s advice to slow down. The scientist in her rattled between the ideas of the universe guiding her and a lack of proof. When she gave in to the idea she realized that her presence, her actions and what she puts out into the world matters.She came to a realization that doing more and working harder is not the answer to a fulfilled life. Natalie works with women in teaching pleasure practices to help them slow down and reconnect with their desires, which ultimately leads to a better sex life and intimacy.Reconnecting with your body – Gender differenceWhen it comes to exploring self it doesn’t matter where on the gender spectrum you are or who your partner is. Natalie gives yoga, meditation and movement practices as examples to get in touch with your desires. It’s important to be intimate with your body and self before sharing it with your partner.Advice that drove her away from divorceNatalie points out advice from her father and later from therapy that drove her away from divorce. To obtain different results you have to start doing things differently. She says it’s a commitment, a process that takes time. It’s intentional work put forth by both partners to grow together. Natalie also talks about introspection. She points out that it’s your partner’s greatest pleasure to please. It’s less of a responsibility and more of a desire and a learning curve to discover what you like.Pleasure PracticesNatalie gives out a few please practices to implement in getting to know yourself. To explore your body in a sensual way, to discover new areas of your body, she suggests self-oil massage, dance practice with closed eyes and mirror staring in the morning. There’s a number of things we are not taught about our own body and pleasure and it’s time that we explore it. Desire can be accessed in all moments of our life. Awareness practices in which we think about things that make us feel good. Natalie describes these things as the most simple and mundane activities we perform just for the sake of our pleasure. She suggests writing down 3 big to-do things for the day and something else that gives you pleasure. For Natalie, it’s taking a walk in the woods. Make a conscious effort to recognize the simple pleasures of your day and gradually transfer it to sexuality.What ifsWomen who want to make a change, Natalie says, they’ve to make a choice. A choice to take out time from their busy life, reach out and make a commitment. For all the time spent in taking care of everyone around, it’s time to regain that energy for yourself.Benefits of non-sexual pleasureNatalie emphasizes non-sexual pleasure with self and a partner. Natalie calls to embrace the human being’s desire to be seen and to surrender. The greatest intimacy with a partner or with yourself can be built by exploring your bodies.Feminine and Masculine energyNatalie describes feminine energy as desire, surrender, flow and creation. Feminine energy calls to slow down while masculine energy strives to move forward and achieve. A balance is needed to be formed between the two for an individual to embrace it to the fullest. It’s the same for all genders.How to have a conversation about sexuality with kids?Natalie offers her insight on how to have conversations with kids about sexuality by giving an example of her daughters. She starts by talking about masturbation. She says it’s their duty to get to know their bodies and to explore their own pleasure before exploring it with a partner. She reflects on her own childhood when these conversations didn’t exist in her catholic family. Unlike her upbringing when she was taught bodies to be shameful, she makes it a principle to encourage these hard conversations in her family. It goes beyond sexuality to everyday tasks. Natalie and her family prioritizes activities that excite them and family time over extra math classes. “It’s about making space to explore other interests”, as Natalie says.BackgroundNatalie Frasca Surmeli is the founder of “Tribe of Wolves”, a mentor, coach, speaker and a mom of 3. She guides women to explore their feminine wild by making a “Feminine plan”. She teaches the fundamentals of Divine Feminine, Divine Masculine and Universal Energy and how to tap into these energies every day. She helps women reconnect with their self and bodies using pleasure practices.Resources and Links:Website: ​Tribe of WolvesFacebook Group: Tribe of Wolves: Women Who Want MOREMore info:Training video – ​​ Health Quiz – ​https://www.sexhealthquiz.comThe Course – https://www.intimacywitheasemethod.comThe Book – ​​https://www.sexwithoutstress.comPodcast Website – ​​https://www.intimacywithease.comAccess the Free webinar: How to help your partner want more sex without making them feel pressured or obligated: ​​ Sex with Jessa Zimmerman
Alex Cunningham and his mother came to the U.S. from Jamaica when he was a child. They experienced very meager beginnings and plenty of challenges along the way, but as a result of his upbringing, Alex committed his adult life to achieving financial freedom and creating a financial net for his family.Today, Alex is a certified athletic trainer and owner of LifeStyle Hurdles where he focuses on Athletic Development for athletes of all ages. As a result of managing his company’s finances, he decided to launch his own financial literacy podcast to help others better understand the importance of financial literacy and preparing for the future.To learn more about Alex Cunningham and his financial literacy coaching, listen to his “Market Adventures” podcast on Apple and other major podcast platforms, and connect with him on Facebook or Instagram. You can also text him at 786-254-1413.Source:
Taylor Dadds is located in Austin, Texas where she is a health coach and recipe developer. She helps busy women find balance by simplified nutrition and lasting routines. She focuses on using simple, clean ingredients and meals that can easily be made for maintaining a healthy lifestyle throughout a busy life. Meal prepping and preparing has been a foundation in her health journey so she loves to share her tips and tricks for incorporating it into your own lifestyle.Started One Balanced Life on IG a little over 4 years ago and grown to over 100k on Instagram. Created website 2 years after as source of revenue and gear traffic towards as well.Tune into learn the BEHIND THE SCENES process of monetizing your blog.Taylor DaddsIG: onebalancedlifeonebalancedlife.comJoin our 8 week Catalyst program to get the same results at sure to subscribe to this show for weekly episodes with other “go-getters” and inspiring leaders, coaches, and entrepreneurs.You can find out more about Hanna at and connect with her on Instagram @hannahermanson_ABOUT HANNA HERMANSONHanna Hermanson, Certified Coach, International Speaker, Author, & Founder of Dream Life is a Real Life Copywriting Agency, who has helped 100s of coaches build, scale, and enjoy their online businesses– essentially make their dream life their real life!Join our network of entrepreneurs, business owners, and online coaches right here: J O I N T H E C O M M U N I T Y – Instagram: – Web – Linkedin: – Twitter: – Facebook: – Pinterest: Life is Real Life
Greg Dale, Phd.Dr. Greg Dale is the Director of Sport Psychology and Leadership Program for Duke Athletics. In his sport psychology role, Dale provides consultations for individual athletes, coaches and staff members. In addition, Dale provides team building services for athletic teams and other units within the athletic department.In his leadership role, Dale provides leadership training for athletes, coaches, and administrators within the department through various educational programs. He is also a professor of sport psychology and sport ethics in the Department of Health, Wellness and Physical Education.In July of 2018, Dale was named to the newly-created Integrative Performance Excellence Group, a unit comprised of directors in the areas of Sports Performance, Athletic Medicine, Sports Nutrition and Behavioral Health, as well as individuals representing psychological services, team physicians and primary care physicians. The goal of this working group is to enhance the experience of Duke student-athletes by providing an integrative approach to the care of each individual athlete throughout his or her collegiate career while continuing to cultivate partnerships with the Duke University Hospital, Duke Sports Science Institute, Duke Student Health and Duke Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) as part of its holistic approach to student-athlete health.Dale received his bachelor’s degree from Stephen F. Austin State University in 1985. He went on to earn a master’s from Columbia University in 1987 and his doctorate from The University of Tennessee in 1993. Dale, a native of Troy, Texas, has written four books on leadership, coaching, parenting and performance and serves as a consultant to numerous athletic and corporate organizations around the world. Check out his book the Seven Secrets to Success.About Sivonnia DeBarrosSivonnia DeBarros – the Protector of Athletes – is a first-generation lawyer and law business owner, woman in business and a former track and field Division-I College athlete. DeBarros is passionate about helping athletes in business protect their brands through collaborative partnerships, education and support necessary to carry them to the next level. DeBarros’s practice areas are Business, Employment, Sports, and Entertainment. Learn more about her services at and Are You Sporting About?
In This Episode Of The Brand Doctor Podcast:– What you need to do BEFORE you start prospecting on LinkedIn– Why most lead generation strategies suck on LinkedIn– How to properly reach out to prospects that will generate more qualified leadsResources: with Henry: the conversation with Henry’s how do you add a couple of extra 0’s to the end of your bank account? Well, let me introduce you to the:
We believe that every dollar has a purpose and a timeline. When and how your retirement assets will be used should be understood before making important financial decisions.The Triplett-Westendorf Purpose and Timeline 5 Step Planning Process (PT5) begins with Discovery. Understanding where you are now, and then defining where you want to go (Your Purpose) and when you want to get there (Your Timeline), programs your financial GPS. Our Purpose and Timeline 5 step process (PT5) programs your financial GPS.Learn more: | Mark Triplett:Investment Advisor/Founder/CEOTriplett Financial Group clients have a “deal with it now” attitude. That’s why they are attracted to the planning process developed by Triplett Financial Group’s founder and CEO Mark Triplett. The step-by-step process guides them through the assessment of their current condition, helps them identify potential cracks, encourages them to be accountable, and empowers them to take corrective action.Mark developed his own “deal with it now” attitude when diagnosed with thyroid cancer at age 15. “When you get that news, things that were important the day before suddenly seem trivial. You don’t have time to waste, pretending nothing is wrong or asking “why me.” You and your team of professionals get busy assessing the situation, weighing the risks and benefits of intervention and taking corrective action to deal with the situation.”Mark believes this same approach applies to retirement income planning. If you are going to have problems in the future, it’s better to know now and deal with it than to pretend nothing is wrong and wait until its too late.Triplett Financial clients have worked hard for their retirement dollars. Mark selectively seeks clients with first generation wealth, believing that when you work hard to build your assets, you view your finances differently. Mark looks for clients that relate to his farm-raised work ethic and honest character. He demonstrates those traits in his business relationships and in the relationships that he develops with his clients.Mark developed his character beliefs through his grandfather. Although his grandfather passed with few material possessions, hundreds lined up to pay their respects, creating a lasting memory that reminds Mark that nothing is worth more than your character. The experience solidified his belief that when you are gone, the stories told about you will reference the positive impact you had on others, not your bank balance.Mark is a trusted advisor to financial professionals nationwide. Many have turned to him for guidance on their own clients’ retirement planning strategies. He is passionate about making advisors better so they can be better for their clients, believing that with simple changes, attention to detail, and a consistent process they will serve more people in an extraordinary way.Mark, his wife Melinda, and son Hunter live in Polk City, IA. They enjoy boating, alpine skiing, and organic gardening as well as many other outdoor activities.About Troy WestendorfFounder/PresidentTriplett-Westendorf Financial clients respect a disciplined approach to income planning; one founded on rules-based principles. Founder Troy Westendorf brings a degree in law enforcement from NIACC, and he’s uniquely dedicated to public service and upholding the rule of law. Mr. Westendorf finds ways to apply his devotion to protecting others through retirement income planning. Through discipline and sound strategies based in math and science, his team creates lifetime retirement income.Triplett-Westendorf Financial clients now appreciate Troy’s desire to follow in his uncle’s footsteps. Troy witnessed how his uncle enriched the financial lives of the people around him, and in 2002 Troy desired to continue his good work by entering the financial service industry. One of the first things new Triplett-Westendorf clients recognize is Troy’s commitment to mind, body, and spirit. He’s a Certified Personal Trainer and Strength Conditioning Specialist. Commitment and hard work serves him and his clients well when strengthening their wealth and health.The Westendorf’s prioritize a balanced-life approach. Troy’s best friend, and a business partner, is his wife Brenda. As a fitness instructor, she challenges him, and others, to make healthy choices. Changing lives and making lifelong friendships along the journey brings joy to their family. They have passed on their love of community, ethics, and values to their only daughter Breanna and her husband Coty.– Investment Adviser Representative of/and investment advisory services offered through Royal Fund Management, LLC. Royal Fund Management is registered as an investment adviser with the SEC and only transacts business in states where it is properly registered, or is excluded or exempted from registration requirements. SEC registration does not constitute an endorsement of the firm by the Commission nor does it indicate that the adviser has attained a particular level of skill or ability.– Information presented is believed to be factual and up-to-date, but we do not guarantee its accuracy and it should not be regarded as a complete analysis of the subjects discussed. All expressions of opinion reflect the judgment of the author as of the date of publication and are subject to change. 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Charley Mann is the President and Lead Coach of Great Legal Marketing, an organization that helps law firm owners build high-income, self-managed practices. With over a decade of working for, with, in, and on law firms, he has seen how the natural marketing, operations, and finances cycle plays out in all stages of growth. He came from far outside the business world after majoring in theater before he started to work for his mentor and now friend, Ben Glass, and finding a passion for entrepreneurship.Through Great Legal Marketing, Charley has a select group of private clients, runs mastermind groups, and develops leading courses and trainings for the seriously ambitious and entrepreneurial six- and seven-figure firm owners. He shows law firm owners how to move your six-figure firm to seven figures and turn a seven-figure firm into a self-sustaining financial asset, giving you ultimate financial and personal freedom.Learn More: http://www.GreatLegalMarketing.comInfluential Influencers with Mike Saunders
Alka Sharma is making waves in the fitness world with her unique style and drive for a healthy lifestyle. Her three passions include dance, kickboxing and helping individuals reach their full potential by nurturing them to be passionate about health and fitness.For more information…www.AlkasTotalFitness.comSource:
She is a forward-thinking publicity strategist and educator for entrepreneurs, speakers and authors looking to expand their credibility and go from “best-kept secret” to “go-to expert” in their industries through being a guest on other people’s podcasts.During her 13 years of PR agency and consulting work, she helped clients earn spots in print publications like Martha Stewart Living, Sunset, Reader’s Digest, and Big Life, and online coverage in and, among others.Christina herself has been featured on websites like and She’s been a guest on many podcasts, including Her Empire Builder, Hustle Like a Mother, Health Coach Nation and Launch It, Girl, and helped her clients get booked on many other top-rated shows.She has spoken on stages at conferences throughout the Pacific Northwest and Midwest. Christina lives in Boise, Idaho, USA, with her husband and daughter.Learn More: Influencers with Mike Saunders
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Business Innovators Radio Network
Podcast Status
Feb 23rd, 2016
Latest Episode
Mar 3rd, 2021
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