60 episodes

Keeping Good Company - Join two business besties, Karly Nimmo and Lisa Corduff, while they explore what it takes to create, grow and keep good company.

In this day and age, when the barrier to entry for entrepreneurs is so low... while people can create a brand for themselves with nothing more than internet access and youtube tutorials, and the amount of noise in the online space is so high... what is it that sets those who make it apart from those that don't?

Lisa and Karly intend to find out. Interviews with people who are really rocking at this business game, and personal deep dives into their own journeys through life and business, together.

Real. Open. Honest. Raw. No BS.

Keeping Good Company Karly Nimmo & Lisa Corduff

    • Business
    • 5.0, 41 Ratings

Keeping Good Company - Join two business besties, Karly Nimmo and Lisa Corduff, while they explore what it takes to create, grow and keep good company.

In this day and age, when the barrier to entry for entrepreneurs is so low... while people can create a brand for themselves with nothing more than internet access and youtube tutorials, and the amount of noise in the online space is so high... what is it that sets those who make it apart from those that don't?

Lisa and Karly intend to find out. Interviews with people who are really rocking at this business game, and personal deep dives into their own journeys through life and business, together.

Real. Open. Honest. Raw. No BS.

    All good things must come to an end...

    All good things must come to an end...

    Karly and Lisa share a brave, honest and raw conversation about speaking your truth, stepping into the discomfort that comes with clarity, and putting friendship first.

    This is the final episode of Keeping Good Company for the foreseeable future. It is a powerful example of the goodness to be found in honouring yourself, honouring the differences in the people you love, being brave and Keeping Good Company.

    1:45 Karly and Lisa look back to where their joint venture began. Karly reflects on the extreme anxiety she was experiencing, and Lisa recalls the shaky situation her family was in. In their moment of need, they came together, launched a mastermind and podcast, and shared their personal magic with other inspiring business women.

    4:55 The conversation turns to clarity and the letting go that necessarily follows having a better understanding of yourself. Lisa highlights the increasing clarity they have both gained around what they each stand for. They share courageously the fears that arise when your vision doesn't align with that of your biz partner, and how they have been shaming themselves for those differences.

    7:30 Lisa and Karly look at their differences in a positive light, noting what they have been able to do for other women by each bringing their unique talents to the mastermind. Lisa shares that by coming together with Karly, she was able to trust her own ability to provide practical business help.

    10:00 Karly and Lisa put their hearts on their sleeves to share how this conversation and their growth feels: being nervous and yet courageous enough to speak their truth, feeling the friction of misalignment, and wanting to step fully into their own power. Karly highlights the courage and compassion required to have these conversations and continue to show up for one another despite all the 'life' that happens.

    15:30 Lisa shares the vision that is lighting her up but would give Karly hives. Karly shares what is lighting her soul on fire but is far from Lisa's ideal business retreat. They chat about how these differences feel and navigate it all with honesty, self-awareness and compassion.

    21:25 Lisa and Karly riff on using 'what feels good?' as a compass.

    24:45 When a friendship is more important than a business. Karly and Lisa chat about the fears that have arisen out of letting go of the mastermind and how fear can cause us to hold on to things longer than feels good. Includes a great chat about who gets to be Oprah and who gets to be Gayle!

    27:10 Karly and Lisa affectionately fumble through their goodbye to the podcast and business. It's over, bitches - not really... but really. They reflect on what it means to keep good company and how they've honoured that here.

    30:10 Karly invites you to step into your own power, get clarity for yourself and then be courageous enough to step into that.

    32:20 How you can connect with Karly and Lisa individually, and all of their red-hot plans for the future:

    Karly Nimmo @
    Show Up Speak Up

    Lisa Corduff is @

    35:50 Karly offers her assistance with starting your own podcast. Head to radcasters.com for her rockin course.

    37:55 It's one last goodbye - or twenty. Bye!

    • 39 min
    Solo ep: Self Integrity

    Solo ep: Self Integrity

    In this episode of Keeping Good Company Lisa introduces the best concept she has found for building accountability into her business and life - and it's got nothing to do with anyone else... If you find yourself procrastinating and shifting your own deadlines, this episode is for you.

    2:00 - What happens when you are an idea's person and how Lisa is experimenting with the way she completes work tasks
    2:55 - What self integrity means to Lisa and what she had relied on to date in her business for getting things done
    3:50 - The new way - practicing self integrity
    4:30 - Are you acting with integrity?
    7:35 - Showing up with integrity
    10:30 - Integrity for the things that matter

    • 11 min
    Bringing back the spark - when business feel a bit groundhog day

    Bringing back the spark - when business feel a bit groundhog day

    Is your business feeling a bit like Groundhog Day? On this episode of Keeping Good Company Lisa and Karly explore one of the realities of entrepreneurship: when the work no longer feels new and exciting. They look at when being a thrill-seeking entrepreneur doesn't align with sound business decision-making, and consider ways to inject more fun into the things that work but might not be as exciting as you'd like them to be.

    1:44 Lisa shares where she is at with her Small Steps Membership and choosing a fresh and exciting launch strategy over her proven and successful existing approach.

    8:25 Lisa and Karly delve into their own versions of being overly attached to their businesses. They share their wisdom around when this might present a problem for entrepreneurs, including self-esteem issues, pricing difficulties, growing resentment and having boundaries.

    14:08 Karly provides a cool analogy for business success when you're a flighty entrepreneur: musicians with a number 1 hit need to be willing to perform that hit night after night - and find ways to make it new and exciting for themselves.

    16:30 Karly and Lisa jam on feeling like you've grown beyond where your business is focused, or just that it's feeling stale, and coming back to the 'why'. Lisa shares how the recent changes in her have moved her away from the person she was when she began Small Steps.

    19:40 Does it make business sense? Moving on to the next thing and the next thing may be exciting, but it doesn't necessarily make great business sense. Karly shares her a perspective on embracing the past/present instead of shutting it down and moving on, thus creating space for fun.

    21:15 Karly inspires with where she is at in her business right now. With revenue consistency in the bag, she has given herself permission to be immerse in play and creativity, with no expectations attached. She explains that the creation mode brings the love in which fuels her to do the other jobs which may not feel as energising.

    24:00 Karly and Lisa remind us that there are seasons and we can honour the season we're in, whether that be stability and structure, or birth and creation. Lisa highlights that sometimes you're in the season of uncertainty, but that season too will end.

    26:00 Karly and Lisa invite you to find ways to bring the fun back in, or keep the stale things ticking so you have more freedom to find fun elsewhere.

    Feel free to continue this conversation in the Keeping Good Company facebook group. Please answer the questions on your way in. No answers, no entry.

    • 27 min
    Finding your voice and sharing your story with Emily Tamayo Maher

    Finding your voice and sharing your story with Emily Tamayo Maher

    Karly brings us an inspiring chat with her author coach, Emily Tamayo Maher. Emily is the creator of The Meaning Method, a program she uses to help aspiring authors turn their personal life story into the books they were meant to write. This chat is simultaneously grounded in the practical and wonderfully woo-woo.

    Today, on Keeping Good Company, Karly and Emily delve into the common blocks people face when writing a book and creating more generally, with an overarching theme of tying in the chakra system and the power of imagination.

    1:27 Emily shares her passion for coaching aspiring authors to write their book and her path from stressed out teacher to working fulltime in her own business. Karly and Emily reminisce about how the universe brought them together.

    3:45 Karly and Emily riff on the power of taking some small action when you're feeling stuck or overwhelmed by self-doubt.

    6:25 Karly shares the effect of finishing her book and releasing it in audiobook format and Emily shines a light on the transformative power of telling the story of your life.

    10:00 The conversation turns to the creative process. Karly shares the process she has recognised in her own creative life - the summer and winter of her creations. Emily praises Karly's personal ethos to move faster than her inner critic. They reflect on their own experiences of throwing themselves over the wall.

    14:40 Karly and Emily partake in a fascinating conversation about the chakra system and the flow of ideas through the chakras. Emily touches on empowering your imagination and the function of the imagination to perceive and command. Emily also shares her belief that you are supposed to make real your dreams.

    23:15 Karly reflects on the acceptance she experienced by having awareness around her creative process. Her creation tap is turned fully on and she can detach from the self-doubt.

    24:45 Emily shares her inspiring approach to turning her clients doubt centre into a clear vision centre through energy work; empowering imagination to become more creative. She also shares how she has personally used her methods in her own life to leave teaching and create a fulltime business for herself.

    28:38 Karly asks Emily what common blocks people face once they've moved past self-doubt. Next follows an enlightening conversation about finding your voice, procrastination, faith and flexibility.

    32:24 Karly and Emily dive deeper on finding your voice and message: tips on finding it, does it actually need to be found and is it an everchanging thing. Emily highlights the importance of curiosity and courage.

    37:03 Emily affirms Karly's experiences around finding your voice and adds her own experiences to the conversation.

    39:15 Do you have a book in you? Karly and Emily invite you to start writing. Emily encourages you to "trust the crown, write it down"

    43:27 Emily focuses on the need to make the process fun and shares one of her practical tips for maintaining the joy.

    43:59 Karly reflects on what a gift it has been to be coached by Emily and write the book she wanted to write while feeling completely supported.

    If you'd like to work with Emily or check out her free resources, you can find her at https://www.meaningmethod.com or join her Facebook group, The Writers Block.

    And as always, you are invited to join in the conversations that happen outside of this podcast, in Lisa and Karly's Keeping Good Company facebook group. Please answer questions on your way in.

    • 46 min
    James Wedmore on the Stories that halt your growth

    James Wedmore on the Stories that halt your growth

    Today's episode of Keeping Good Company is a cracker! Lisa interviews her mentor and coach, James Wedmore. James is the creator of a seven-figure business which he uses to help entrepreneurs develop the mindset needed for entrepreneurship. He is also the creator and host of the enormously successful and "totally woo-woo" podcast Mind Your Business.

    Lisa and James chat about the inner world of entrepreneurship. James provides valuable advice on how to take your business to the next level by working from the inside out. Lisa shares the personal transformation she has experienced under James' guidance.

    05:20 Lisa and James chat about one of the big beliefs Lisa held about business when she first began James' mastermind, The Inner Circle. James shares the mistake that most struggling entrepreneurs are making and the critical piece of the puzzle that they are ignoring. Includes an enlightening definition of 'resistance'.
    9:30 How entrepreneurship is the ultimate playground for personal and spiritual growth. James hits the nail on the head with: "you cannot do what you can't believe."
    11:40 Breaking down the belief that you're not good enough. Do you FEEL worthy and deserving of your goal? Are you chasing your worth through working harder and achieving more? James provides some perspective on worthiness.
    15:55 Lisa raises the story of selfishness that many of her tribe experience and James provides a wonderful perspective. Selfishness doesn't equal harming others and how being selfish could actually be seen as selflessness.
    19:45 Lisa shares the effects of getting shingles and James calling her out on a lack of responsibility for her life. That leads James into chatting about the common thread he has found all of the wisdom seeking he has done: as within, so without. James relates this back to business - your business is a mirror of who you are.
    24:55 There are no problems. There are no failures. James talks interpretation, labels and stories and suggests that embracing problems may be the difference between successful and struggling entrepreneurs.
    27:35 Lisa and James turn the conversation to failure. Lisa shares her new perspective on failure after a launch didn't meet her expectations. James provides a framework for the real-world process in which there is no room for failure.
    33:10 Being the objective scientist and the risk of accidental success.
    37:35 Lisa asks James for a framework for getting past and dismantling the stories that hold people back. James provides a light explanation on brain function in relation to beliefs and provides two questions you can come back to when you're struggling to reach a goal in business.
    44:35 James reveals his brand new, free 8 part mini-series, The Rise of the Digital CEO. Lisa shares the incredible impact working with James has had on her business and life.

    Change your business by diving into James' Rise of the Digital CEO training by clicking right here!

    • 49 min
    How Karly became a No.1 podcaster and you can too

    How Karly became a No.1 podcaster and you can too

    Karly and Lisa take a deep dive into podcasting. Karly shares her path to becoming the creator of two number one podcasts on iTunes. They bust through the common barriers people create in their minds, provide guidance on what is needed to get started and share their experiences of using podcasting to create deep relationships.

    Today Karly and Lisa talk building relationships through podcasting and how it isn't as hard to get started as you think.

    00:30 Lisa asks Karly: why podcasting? Karly chats about her path to podcasting: recording on her double tape deck as a kid, formal studies in sound and radio, working in commercial radio, creating a successful voice over company, and producing two number one podcasts on iTunes.

    11:30 How Karly's success in podcasting helped her find her voice and go all in on the medium.

    13:00 What there is to love about the medium of audio, including a low barrier to entry and the freedom to podcast anywhere and anytime. Also includes a chat about the things that hold people back from podcasting and how Keeping Good Company got started.

    15:50 Karly talks about what she has seen in her students of the Radcasters Podcasting S'cool and how lack of time and tech stuff don't need to hold you back. Lisa suggests ways to get around what is in your way.

    19:30 The key to moving from who you are now to someone who is getting noticed is going live on a podcast. Karly also shares why this is her favourite medium: building deep relationships.

    22:15 What you DON'T need to have a podcast.

    23:15 Lisa gets into the effect of sitting in procrastination or creating barriers or expecting perfection to begin with.

    24:55 Karly shares her insights into podcasting for those wanting to get started and the best gift she's received from from her podcast Karlosophies.

    26:00 Lisa and Karly chat about the fear of interviewing and how to come at it by lowering your expectations.

    27:30 Karly reflects on how getting to where she is was just one step at a time without knowing what she was moving towards. Lisa and Karly encourage you to start where you are, right now: "there is no better time to suck than right now"

    30:45 Karly shares what she's doing with Radcasters, working one on one to with people to get podcasting. And great news... the school is open and ready for you to join at radcasters.com

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

Tammy the Extraordinary ,

Best Podcast Ever!

Love these girls. Listening to their podcast makes me feel like I’m hanging out with my friends and we are chatting about life and being entrepreneurs.

I hang out by my phone every Monday morning waiting for the next episode to be released. That’s how much I love this podcast.

kidproof ,

Love it!

Love my weekly dose of Karla and Lisa- it’s great information and honest conversations- I’ve learnt an awful lot about how business works in the real world.

Brooke Maree ,

Amazing podcast!

There a heaps of great podcasts out there and yours is one of them but not all of have them have two amazing hosts like you guys, Karly and Lisa. You are both so fricken funny, real, honest, and INSPIRING! I could seriously listen to you both all day. Thank you x

Top Podcasts In Business

Listeners Also Subscribed To