Episode 43: Spirituality. Religion. Connection. Curiosity with guest Tai Goodwin

Episode 43: Spirituality. Religion. Connection. Curiosity with guest Tai Goodwin

In this Business Alchemy podcast, we are talking beyond business and who you are at your core and how that is expressed in all areas of life. Take this journey with us as we explore topics like what it means to be Christian, how the black community is questioning their faith in light of the recent administration in the US, and what it means to be fully expressed in your business.

Episode 16: Building a Nomadic Business with guest Jill Sessa

Episode 16: Building a Nomadic Business with guest Jill Sessa

I’ve followed Jill through the years as she drives her vintage RV “Olive” and her Vespa around the US, taking her digital business easily on the road with her.
In this interview, I loved the tips she gave on how to trust the transition when things appear that they are falling apart, but really things are being set up to support you like you never thought possible.
Not only will you gain clarity on what it takes to create a fulfilling business that you can take anywhere in the world with you, but some very practical tips on how to work with a virtual team, which most entrepreneurs in my world have struggled with at some point.
Episode 15: Become a Better Friend, Boss and All Around Human Being with guest Steven Ledbetter

Episode 15: Become a Better Friend, Boss and All Around Human Being with guest Steven Ledbetter

After taking four pages of notes from this interview with Coach Stevo, officially known as Steven Ledbetter, the glaring truth of why people don’t do what they say they want to do is not because they didn’t follow the formula of “how to change a habit in 21 days.”

After a tattoo waiver from the Marines altered his career path to becoming a health coach, to then creating an entire system around what it really takes for people to change, Stevo has identified several key elements to how “coaching” is not about prescribing anything, but it’s deep listening and inquiry.

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