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Ep. 170: Alex Barker – A 3 Year Later Check-in

We all know that dreams can change over time, as we gain clarity and wisdom with the experience that comes from successes and failures. My guest today readily admits that he had the wrong perspective just a few years ago, and it was only when he changed his approach...

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Ep. 169: Chris Krimitsos – Being a Difference Maker

Have you ever thought about starting your own podcast? Today’s show has amazing tips from a seasoned expert in the world of podcasting. He has the answers to all your questions around all things podcasting. Don’t miss my conversation with Chris! Chris Krimitsos is...

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Ep. 168: Aimee J. – Count Every Blessing

How do you practice gratefulness? As we celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving Day, I’m inspired by thoughts of being thankful, and want to share those thoughts with you on this unusual solo episode. I’m traveling in India with my family, but I want to focus some...

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Ep. 166: Kelly Resendez – Big Voices Rise

How often does self-sabotage, fear, or doubt get in your way? Do your priorities align to give you balance and fulfillment in the life you want to live? We are covering these topics and more with practical tips from someone who is using her journey to help others in...

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Ep. 164: Dawn Fraser – The Art of Storytelling

Most people probably don’t realize the path that others take to success. We see the finished product and what looks like easy success, but we need to realize that there are very few who experience true “overnight success.” There is usually a long, hard path with ups...

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Ep. 160: Shanda Kay – Simply Make It Count

When you're a kid, people often ask, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" My answer was always, "I'd love to be an artist." I never considered the fact that I already was one. Somewhere along the line, Shanda Kay lost sight of her childhood passion for art....

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