Ready to take your career to the next level? Need some strategies to get your book written, and most importantly published? My guest D Arlando Fortune, or “Fortune” as he likes to be called, is a master when it comes to storytelling and has a unique perspective on entrepreneurship, having transitioned from pro-level baseball, to government accountant and to the world of self-publishing.
Fortune’s approach is centered around storytelling, as he understands the importance of connecting with your audience and standing out from the crowd. Join me for my conversation with D Arlando Fortune.
Most of us are making decisions driven by unconscious programming and we don’t even realize it. We can try to work harder, push through and hustle to reach our goals, but what if we could get our subconscious mind on board to achieve success more quickly and easily?
My guest, Jenny Harkleroad, says it’s not only possible, but much closer than we think. Join me now for my conversation with author, speaker and mind change teacher, Jenny Harkleroad.
The mind is the most powerful tool we have at our disposal. When you’re down and out, it takes a fighting spirit to keep going, and more importantly, something worth fighting for.
Aaron Volpatti is a former NHL player and a pioneer in visualization and performance mindset. Aaron joins us to discuss the true power of the human mind and what is possible with visualization that will help you reframe adversity, instill a deep sense of trust in your journey, and demystify the impossible. Join me now for my conversation with Aaron Volpatti.
As a leader, you have to manage other people, but first and foremost, you need to know how to effectively lead yourself.
If you’re ready to leave the bench and embrace the growth mindset towards leadership so that you can take your business or organization into the future, then you’ll enjoy my conversation with author, speaker and leadership expert, Jason Muhammad.
Looking to give yourself an edge over the competition? We all know that relationship building is the key to success in life and business. It’s who you know, not what you know, that can often make the difference.
To help us understand what they should teach you at Harvard Business School and how to professionally schmooze is author and speaker, Cody Lowry.