My guest today is a leadership coach who has helped many organizations thrive by building leadership skills among top executives across the globe. Alison Napier is a certified executive coach, human resources consultant, and the founder of Ripple Solutions. During her long career as a senior HR leader at a Fortune 500 company, Alison has helped hundreds of leaders and teams optimize their performance. In today’s episode, Alison shares her wisdom on coaching, avoiding burnout, maintaining healthy habits, finding the courage to pursue change, and many more.
Building trust is a powerful and important step towards success in personal relationships as well as professional spaces. My guest today, is a highly acclaimed leadership and team development consultant who focuses on helping organizations to become as healthy as possible. Wendy Fraser, author, consultant, and coach, joins us today to talk about the power of rebuilding trust. Wendy is a distinguished academic with a doctorate and three master’s degrees, and her book, “Trust Repair: It IS Possible!” covers proven strategies to help organizations build trust.
My guest today is an International Leadership Guru with forty years of experience and the author of fifty books, including the award-winning ‘See the Light in You.’ Professor M.S. Rao, Ph.D., also known as the father of “Soft Leadership,” is a global keynote speaker and a regular contributor to the Entrepreneur Magazine, and he focuses on training a new generation of leaders through leadership education and publications. In today’s episode, we dive deep into the concept of soft leadership, practicing discipline, giving and receiving healthy feedback, managing negative influences, and more.
Our guest today is someone who has dedicated their career to helping people lead themselves toward crafting a good life with good work. Gregg Vanourek is a high-impact leadership developer, executive, and award-winning author training, teaching, and speaking on leadership and personal development. Gregg’s work has been featured in the New York Times, BusinessWeek, Entrepreneur, and his book, Triple Crown Leadership was a winner of the international book awards in 2013. In today’s episode, we dive deep into how we can avoid falling into numerous traps we find in our life paths.
My guest today is someone who's got the massive courage it takes to make big changes in life. John Prestigiacomo is a realtor working with Keller Williams, serving the north Atlanta metro area. John was born and grew up in New York City, and he graduated from Queens College with a degree in accounting. After twenty-five years of a successful career in a range of accounting-related roles, he made a big career shift last year to become a realtor as a way of doing things he's most passionate about. In today's episode, we talk about what inspires this transition and what John learned through this experience.
Sometimes, life’s hardest struggles come from within ourselves. Thus, we have the power and strength to fix them if we realize that these struggles are self-created. My guest today is someone who has mastered this inner evolution. Dominey Drew is a distinguished personal and relationship coach who travels the world teaching her process of inner evolution. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, and ThriveGlobal, among many others. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Dominey Drew.
My guest today specializes in two fascinating fields; personal development and food. Molly Zemek, a certified life and weight coach, joins us today to talk about how to maintain healthy relationships with food. Molly started her career as a chef and transitioned into life coaching. She now helps food lovers get to the root causes of their food-related issues and lose weight in a sustainable way. In today’s episode, we talk about the role food plays in our lives, food-related decisions, approaching weight loss with self-love, and more. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Molly Zemek.
My guest today is someone who is devoted to personally enriching the lives of millions of people by 2025. Mat Zinman is an author of Z-isms,…
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Grief and loss are inevitable things we all may come across at some point in our lives. And the way we respond to our losses is what defines where our lives are headed. My guest today is someone who has endured great loss but hasn't been broken by it. She has lived through the grief of losing three of her closest family members, and now, she helps people move beyond grief through her 20+ year private practice and reasons to live circles she created for those who have survived suicide attempts. Georgena Eggleson, trauma specialist, author, and certified body-mind therapist joins us today to talk about living through grief and making it an opportunity for growth. I hope you enjoy this conversation.