We can always change our narrative. We are never stuck by prior decisions. This is what we will be learning from the story of our guest, Kyle Sullivan, in today’s episode. Kyle founded Unleash the Champ to create powerful coaching experiences for people and organizations that lead to discovering and stepping into the champion they were created to be. With over ten years of organizational leadership & team development leading thousands of people plus a growing desire to learn it all, he strives to inspire people everywhere to unlock the cages they are in to unleash the champ within.
UnYielded is all about thriving through the toughest possible situations life can possibly throw at us. And my guest today is someone who chose to thrive through an unimaginable tragedy. Scarlett Lewis, an advocate for social and emotional learning (SEL) and character development, and the founder of the nonprofit Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement, joins us today to talk about her story of losing his 6-years-old son in one of the worst mass shootings in U.S history and how she chose to become part of the solution to prevent tragic events like that bu nurturing our children to have essential life skills that help them thoughtfully react to difficult situations.
Once you embrace the idea that continuous change is a natural process for your growth and evolution, you will be reminded that who, what, and where you are now is a temporary condition, and my guest today is solid proof of that! Kristin Skarie is currently a Membership Manager with the Girls Scouts of Southeast Florida. Kristen has not only worked in 6 different institutions but is also the founder of Teamworks, a consulting company dedicated to building strong teams and leaders of integrity, positivity, and action. Kristen also authored the book “A Year of Nothing New – Tools for Living Lean and Green,” chronicling a year of conscious consumption and a values realignment on how one spends their time, money, and energy.
guest today is one of the most dedicated and successful entrepreneurs I know. His first business venture was back in 1983 when he and his brothers started Jacobs Bros. Bagels in Chicago. After eventually selling the bagels business, he stepped into the pizza industry build one of the most successful pizzerias in Chicago. Billy Jacob, the founder of the award-winning business Piece Brewery Chicago, joins us today to share his wisdom on starting a business, overcoming obstacles, and becoming successful as an entrepreneur.
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 a survivor who thrived through massive challenges that were put in her life path from a very young age. Going from being a homeless teenager to becoming a successful entrepreneur is just one of the signs of her incredible strength. Lenore D’Anzieri, certified social, emotional intelligence, and leadership coach, joins us today to share her story of thriving against incredible odds.
My guest is someone who had the courage to overcome huge challenges by taking responsibility of his life choices. Ted Phaeton, an anchor/meteorologist with FOX Carolina in Greenville, SC joins us today to talk all about how utilizing our full potential. Ted hosts two podcasts, No Rain No Rainbows and the Modern Man Show, where he shares his wisdom about self improvement and guiding men to have better lives. In today’s episode, we dive into what Ted learnt through his life experiences, what it takes to make huge shifts in life, Ted’s passion projects, and more.
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.
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