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Sheri Traxler: Keeping Stress Down During The Lockdown

With everybody locked in the house, driving each other crazy, fighting over the bathroom and stress eating every carbohydrate known to mankind, house arrest could get ugly, but Sheri Traxler has a few tips on how to manage the stress and STEP AWAY FROM THE COOKIE! on this special episode of the #GetYaSome Radio Show. […]

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The Sales Power of Authenticity & Mindfulness with Nancy Stevens

“When a person feels validated, listened to, that opens up a whole other way of connection, trust, and rapport. That is huge.” Nancy Stevens, co-author of the “Beauty of Authenticity,” and today’s guest on the Get Ya Some Radio Show says we often get so caught up in our own thoughts, worries, and plans that we […]

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Jon Dwoskin – Thinking Big & Acting Small

There are a lot of wannabe Tony Robbins and Gary Vaynerchuks on the interwebs these days telling you to hustle harder and dream bigger. But you’re not going to check off those 200 things on your to-do list before your head hits the pillow. You’re just not. The good news, according to today’s guest on the Get […]

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Kathi Kruse – Your Passion Attracts Your People

One size fits all may work for discount store sweatpants, but when it comes to sales people and businesses, different gets noticed. Automotive consultant Kathi Kruse and I talk about using your passion to separate yourself from the sea of sameness. Unless you’ve got Super Bowl ad money, you’re going to have to budget yourself. You have […]

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Jeffrey Lipsius – If The Point of Sales Isn’t Selling, What’s The Point?

You’ve never, not once, in your entire career had a customer who woke up in the morning with the burning desire to be sold anything.  But buying stuff is fun. Jeffrey Lipsius says the point of sales isn’t to sell anything. You should take it off your business card. The point of sales is to help your customers […]

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Give Your Brain A Break With Bruce Langford

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it,” Ferris Bueller. Bruce Langford of Mindfulness Mode​ joins us on this episode to talk about how we can train our brain to not miss life. We talk about how job performance is intricately related to job satisfaction and your […]

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Launching Your Book, Spreading The Word & Making Yourself Famous

It sounds like the start of the most elaborate, poorly constructed joke in the history of elaborate, poorly constructed jokes: A redneck from Nashville, a Nigerian radio host, a New York Jew who lives in a 90 square foot house and an author of lesbian romance novels walk into a bar. But the thing is: […]

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Everyone’s Got A Plan Until They Get Punched In the Mouth

On the Giving Voice To Your Story Podcast today, I had the chance to speak with Dorit Sasson about how perfectionism is just fear in disguise. How we plan ourselves into paralysis waiting for the perfect opportunity, waiting for all the pieces to fall into place, waiting until the time is right. Everyone’s Got A […]

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Eco Arts Living Podcast

I love this podcast! Eco-Arts Living is about the lives we want versus the lives WE CREATE for ourselves. We spend too much time focusing on what we don’t have the time to do, the skill to do or the money to do. Life is about making the time, finding the space and doing your […]

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Strategies of Success Radio

Thanks to Brian Cohen of the Long Island Speakers Bureau for having me on the Strategies of Success Radio Show today. We talked about setting big goals and taking small steps. We talk about gratitude and happiness. And we talk about how Toastmasters helped me overcome my fears and my failures. Listen to Strategies of […]