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Heather Parady is back for a second conversation. In this episode we talk about the art of the interview and how really listening to the other person makes the biggest impact. We also talk about Heather’s passion for creativity and how we both like to show up as true to ourselves as possible and through doing that give others permission to do the same.
Heather Parady is a mental health therapist turned online entrepreneur who has helped countless brands bring their services online in order to scale their impact. She joined me on the podcast to talk about our mutual love for food, her journey into entrepreneurship, the power in pursuing what we truly love to do, and the importance of taking action to create clarity.
Isaac Morehouse is back for part two of our conversation. In this episode we talk about the power of being creative and making a commitment to consistently exercise that creativity in a way that holds us accountable. Isaac also tells the investment story that we mentioned in our last conversation and how increasing our luck comes from taking consistent focused action.
Isaac Morehouse is the founder and CEO of Crash, the career launch platform. Isaac joined me on the podcast to talk about the power in showing the skills that we have instead of just telling others about them. We also talked about his belief that experience and skillset is more valuable than most educational degrees and how he defines freedom.
Marc Marling is back for part two of our conversation. In this episode Marc tells some stories from his corporate days that influence the way he gets to know others and the deep desire he has to really learn what people are all about. We also talk about our feelings when it comes to official titles and how comparison can easily suck the joy from the journey to achievement.
Marc Marling is a Principal at Vanmarc Shipping Limited Company. He joined me on the podcast to talk about how he believes the 21st century leader is more about real and deep relationships than about credentials. We also talked about relating to others, food, business, and the power of experiences.
Sascha Gorokhoff is back on the podcast for another conversation. In today’s episode we talk about creating the mindset to take responsibility and craft the reality you desire. Sascha and I talk about his story and how he developed the mindset of victory as opposed to that of a victim and how we can all begin to purposefully focus on the things already present in our lives that will help us become the most empowered version of ourselves.
Sascha Gorokhoff is an expert in mentoring. He is the mentor to the mentors, to the high-achievers, and those who want to reach those levels. He joined me on the podcast to talk about his story of overcoming so much in his life and how he was able to focus on and utilize the unique advantages that life presented to him. We also talked about how he now uses what he has learned to mentor others to do the same.
Gemma Serenity Gorokhoff is back on the show for part two of our conversation. In this episode we talked about what the energy of success feels like and how we can use it to create inspired action that helps us manifest the outcomes we desire in our lives.
Gemma Serenity Gorokhoff is an award-winning transformational life specialist. Gemma joined me to have a conversation about her personal mantra of “Dream, Dare, Do.” She tells the powerful story of how she overcame 15 years of domestic violence to not only turn her life around for the better, but how she now uses her experience to help and empower others.