In this episode, we chat with Sarah Edwards, social influencer, brand ambassador and CEO of I AM Sarah Edwards. Sarah has an amazing story that is so relatable and she has built a business that helps create a stronger sense of community and connection. She discusses the idea that success is something that’s in all of us, and the success journey is unique, hard, and all our own.
In this podcast, Jaime discusses The Ripple Effect or the indirect impact that we have on others that we don’t even realize – both positively and negatively. Tune in to help you reframe your interactions and to ensure that the ripple effect you are creating is one that has a positive impact.
Amanda Brinkman is the Chief Brand and Communications Officer at Deluxe Corporation. She is also the host of the Small Business Revolution series that works with small towns in America to revitalize them and get the businesses the help they need to thrive. In this podcast, we talk about Amanda’s philosophy of Doing Well by Doing Good, and the idea that the more we give of our talents, time, and resources the more we will receive in our businesses, careers, and personal lives.
You can find out more about Amanda and view all 3 seasons of the Small Business Revolution here: https://www.deluxe.com/small-business-revolution/
In this episode, we break down the concept of building mutually beneficial relationships. What does that really mean, can there really be win-win situations and how does our approach to building relationships need to shift as the way we do business shifts? Relationships have always been important, but as we build our businesses and our careers, do we know how to make the relationship factor a competitive advantage?
Join Aaron Zaslofsky, Principal at Wheelhouse Communications as we talk about how to build our relationship skills and influence. Learn more about Aaron’s organization here: https://www.wheelhouseusa.com/ Also, you can learn more about the Upturnships Program that we discussed here: https://www.upturnships.org/
In this episode, Jaime talks about an experience she had that reminded her of 3 important aspects to success – Be Humble, Stay Hungry, and Always Hustle. These are things that when times get tough or we are struggling we sometimes forget. Listen in to learn about each and how to make sure you are focusing on all 3 to truly achieve your next level of success.
Special event podcast: Keystone was a sponsor at the International Day of the Girl event. Listen to learn more about the purpose of this day and hear from some amazing young girls about why confidence and knowing their SuperPowers is important to them.
For more information on International Day of the Girl, contact the team at Academy for Women’s Empowerment: http://www.puttingwomeninpower.com/
In this podcast, we discuss the concept of a Better Way. In our personal and professional lives, we often get to a point where we think – there has to be a Better Way. This is indicative of us being at a place of frustration or exhaustion with the pace of our work schedule or issues that we are dealing with. Join my guest Sarah Becker and I to discuss how you get out of that space, how to identify where you are, what limiting beliefs might be getting in the way and how to make sure you aren’t dying for a paycheck. Find out more about the work Sarah does at www.clearsimplebusiness.com or email her at Sarah@clearsimplebusiness.com
In this episode, we talk about what it means to be generous. Generosity is more than writing a check or donating your time, it’s how you use your Time, Talents, and Gifts to help others. Kris Lindahl, owner of Kris Lindahl Real Estate Group joins us to talk about how he has incorporated the value of Being Generous into his business and personal life and the impact that it has made. Don’t miss the great advice on how to be generous and how to be true to who you are to build the highest level of success.
You can listen and subscribe to Kris’s podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/behind-the-billboard/id1438770430
In this episode we are talking about issues – we all have them, and life is more about how we manage and resolve them than the issues we actually deal with. Jaime discusses her philosophy about helping people to stop mowing dandelions and to resolve issues for good. Listen in to get some great advice on how to manage issues better so they don’t have such an impact on your personal and business life.
In this Episode we are discussing when being too much of a team player can affect your engagement and can burn you out. Do you say yes to everything your boss and team needs from you, even if it’s not your responsibility? Are you that person that everyone can depend on to pick up the slack? It’s a great quality to have, but it can also be a quality that burns you out if you don’t manage it. Listen as I discuss with my guest, Erica Roelike about why being too much of a team player can be bad for you in the long run.