In this Tuesday Tip, Belinda discusses the second pillar in the Four Pillars of Success: Commitment
Jennifer Louden is a personal growth pioneer who helped launch the concept of self-care with her 1992 bestselling debut book The Woman’s Comfort Book. She is the author of six additional books, including The Woman’s Retreat Book, The Life Organizer, and her newest release, Why Bother? She appeared on a number of television and radio shows and podcasts—including The Oprah Winfrey Show. As an entrepreneur and educator, Jennifer has offered women’s retreats for over 25 years. She lives in Boulder County, Colorado.
Elliott Holland, founder of Guardian Due Diligence is a business buying expert. He has a Harvard MBA, spent 10 years buying companies for himself and others, and now prevents his clients from losing millions buying bad businesses. He’s the guy to hire to guard your money.
Robbie Crabtree has worked as an attorney on over 100 high-profile cases along with teaching persuasive speaking at Southern Methodist University Law School. He also coaches students to compete nationally in speech competitions every semester. He's worked with leaders at Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Reddit to develop their speaking ability.
Amy Downs is CEO of Allegiance Credit Union (formerly Federal Employees Credit Union) in Oklahoma City, which lost more than half of its employees in the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, the deadliest domestic terror attack in our nation’s history.
In the years since the bombing, Amy became a mother, lost 200 pounds, competed in an Ironman Triathlon, obtained her MBA, and became CEO of the same credit union that was bombed. Though an inspirational subject in national and local media for more than two decades, Amy’s message has shifted from her survival of the bombing to her radical transformation in the aftermath.
Amy lives in Oklahoma City and is a frequent speaker across the country.
In this Tuesday Tip, Belinda discusses the first pillar in the Four Pillars of Success: Focus
Esther Blum is an Integrative Dietitian and High-Performance Coach. She has helped thousands of women permanently lose weight, eliminate the need for medication, lose stubborn belly fat, and reverse chronic illness. Esther is the bestselling author of Cavewomen Don’t Get Fat, Eat, Drink and Be Gorgeous, Secrets of Gorgeous, and The Eat, Drink, and Be Gorgeous Project. Esther has appeared on Dr. Oz, the Today Show, and Fox News Live.
At just four years old, EMPRESS’s life was changed when her hands touched the black and white keys on a keyboard for the first time. Her love for music evolved into a career as a professional dancer, and she became one of the youngest members of the San Francisco Ballet. As her talents developed, EMPRESS moved to New York City where she performed on Broadway as the lead in the Tony Award-winning production of An American in Paris. Today, her career comes full-circle, as she prepares to release her debut EP, We Own This Crown, in spring 2021.
In Belinda's first Tuesday Tip she introduces you to the art of being self-employed and to the Four Pillars of Success.
Jenna has always had a love of marketing and advertising. Having spent the last decade-plus in PR, sales, marketing, and coaching, Jenna has been in the online space since long before digital downloads and evergreen masterclasses--I’m talking since coaches were printing and mailing binders as infoproducts!
These days, Jenna specializes in lead-generation messenger marketing campaigns (also known as Facebook Messenger or Chatbots) which helps coaches step away from their computers while continuously growing their client list.
While tech implementation of bots sounds intimidating, Jenna makes this marketing strategy super approachable and regularly sees her clients booking more calls, selling more courses, and interacting with more potential followers, all without being hooked to their phone 24/7.
As a trained yoga teacher and certified health coach, Jenna loves a holistic way of living which is why automation and quick wins for life and business are so important to her.
She’s also a mom of three, raising her barefoot littles on a 119-acre homestead in New Hampshire, loves gardening, and an aspiring beekeeper.
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Marty Ray Project is an indie artist that will always be an indie artist. He has amassed a fan base of over 1.2 million fans and 200+ million views across all social media platforms. As he would say, “I’m just a guy that God put out here to sing and write songs, some people seem to like ‘em.”
Marty is also an actor that has co-starred in TV shows like: The Detour on TBS, ZOO on CBS, and Preacher on AMC. He has acted in various films as well. Before he accomplished anything in music or acting though, he had a podcast. Back when podcasts received barely any attention and few people knew what they were, he was podcasting. He is now writing an article for a publication that highlights indie artists, like himself, on top of everything else. Needless to say, anything in entertainment, he is up for it.
This bonus episode is Belinda's appearance on www.theparentpreneur.com with Nicole Dennis. Enjoy!
Announcing some exciting changes for Work From Your Happy Place!
How many people can say they’ve never worked for anyone else? Selling eggs door-to-door at 14 years old began a lifetime of self-employment. As a speaker and small business consultant, Jeffrey Shaw helps self-employed and small business owners gain control of their business in what seems like otherwise uncontrollable circumstances. Drawing on his experience as a renowned portrait photographer, Jeffrey shows business owners how to see business through a different lens and strategies to compose the often-chaotic pieces of life and business into sustainable success.