Have you ever wondered if you were meant for greater things? Have you ever felt that if you could just experience that one personal breakthrough then everything would fall into place? Have you ever stopped to wonder, ‘what if?’ and then caught yourself feeling paralysed by your own reality? It happens to all of us however at Step Into Your Power we believe that every person has greatness within them and that they are capable of making a bigger impact in the world. We believe that the life you dream is yours to claim and that through coaching, training and mentoring you can be, do and have everything you dream.
Why Entrepreneurs Should Write A Book - Interview with Author, Chana Mason
There are a lot of reasons why entrepreneurs should write a book.
Books can be used as lead magnets to attract more customers, they can act as a portfolio piece for potential clients, and they can help you position yourself as an expert in your field. But the best part is that writing a book is simple - you don't need to be an experienced writer or have gone to school for journalism. In this interview, you will learn how to get started and get some tips on how to write a book that will help you achieve your business goals.
Through her Business Strategy and Life Coaching Practice, Chana Mason works with clients and students around the world, guiding them to clarify a vision for their lives, unravel the thought patterns that hold them back, and giving them the tools and support to actualize their dreams.
Chana holds a BA in Theater and Engineering from Dartmouth College. After working for Bain & Co. management consulting in Sydney, she worked business development, technology, education, and graphic design. After mentoring others in the personal development for decades, she threw herself passionately into coaching and into sharing the tools for health and success she's gleaned and developed.
She is the author of Hold That Thought, which teaches readers how to gain Clarity, Peace, and Joy, by gaining Mastery over their Thinking, The Size of Your Dreams, a novel which teaches tools for Manifesting your Dreams; and The Cash Machine, a tale of Passion, Persistence, and Financial Independence.
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Why Business Is All About Creating Relationships with Sales Strategist Charlie Cina
Business is all about creating relationships. It is not about pushing a product or service on someone; it's about developing trust and understanding so that you can provide what the customer actually needs. In this interview, Charlie and I talked about the importance of relationships in business and how to create them.
Charlie Cina captivates his audiences and teaches them how to master the right mindset, missions, and moves to reach their personal potential to drive massive revenue. Through his writings, speaking, and consulting, he has built a vast group of followers known as Disciples of Sales. Charlie believes that the ability to present and persuade are necessary life skills that everyone needs to succeed. He will teach you that your primary responsibility in business is to expose your brand, expose your products, expose your services, and expose your solutions to build long-lasting revenue relationships.
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The Power of Hope in Difficult Times with Ziglar Inc. CEO, Tom Ziglar
When times are tough, it's easy to lose hope. But the truth is, hope is one of the most powerful things we have. It can be incredibly strong and can help us get through even the most difficult challenges. Watch now for a dose of inspiration and encouragement! (Show excerpt from live event recording of The Summit of Hope Seminar) As CEO of Ziglar Inc., Tom Ziglar shares not only a last name with his father, Zig Ziglar, but he also carries on his philosophy, which is simply, You can have everything in life you want if you will just help enough people get what they want.
Prior to being named CEO, Tom began his career in retail and direct sales. He joined the Zig Ziglar Corporation in 1987, learning every aspect of the business as he climbed from working in the warehouse, to sales, to seminar promotion, to sales management and then on to leadership.
What It Takes To Be A Successful Entrepreneur With Multipreneur Todd Randall
What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur? What skills do you need, and what personality traits should you have?
Being an entrepreneur is not for the faint of heart. It takes guts, resilience and a lot of other qualities that are hard to come by in one person.
In this interview, Todd talked about his journey from being an employee to a serial entrepreneur. He talked about the skills you need, the challenges you may face, as well as some hints on how to find the right people for your business.
Todd Randall, the eight-time CEO and business coach from rural Florida, found that running a business can lead you to an early grave if you let it. He set out to build a business enterprise that worships freedom more than money, and somehow ended up with both. This is the story of how a man set a crazy goal for himself, to learn to play polo and travel the world indulging that passion, and then worked persistently until he achieved it. His businesses have included spas, gyms, operations consulting, business brokerage, construction and wholesale companies. His latest and proudest venture is a thriving business coaching practice where he enthusiastically shares his experience with budding entrepreneurs.
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From Wall Street to Dream Business: How Jess Feldman Made The Leap
What's your dream business? How do you get there? Jess Feldman had a successful career on Wall Street and was living the life. Until one day, he realized what he really wanted to do. In this interview, Jess shares his story of how he made the leap from being an employee to becoming an entrepreneur.
Jess spent most of his life surrounded by art – his parents began collecting in the 1970s just as a core group of today’s established artists was emerging.
Jess initially chose a career in finance even as his interest in art remained ever-present. After 17 years on Wall Street, becoming a trusted advisor, understanding markets and his clients’ objectives, he left to follow his passion. In 2014, Jess joined his mom, Suzanne Feldman, to form SJFeldman Art Advisory, combining Suzanne's 30-plus years of art market expertise with Jess's art and investment acumen.
260. Overcoming Self-sabotage with Human Potential Expert, Mia Hewett
Do you know what Self-sabotage is? Self-sabotage is when we do things that undermine our success. It's a pattern of behavior that many people experience, and it can be difficult to break. It can be anything from procrastination to sabotaging relationships or even our happiness. In this interview, Mia talks about what she learnt over the years and shares some expert tips for overcoming self-sabotage.
Mia Hewett is the Founder and CEO of Aligned Intelligence®, the best-selling author of Meant For More: Stop Secretly Struggling and Be A Force To Be Reckoned With, and an expert on the topic of human potential. For 24 years Mia owned and operated a multi-million dollar company, but deep down, she knew she was “Meant for More.” Now Mia helps entrepreneurs from around the world who also know they are “Meant for More” stop struggling and make six and seven-figure leaps in their business using her Aligned Intelligence Method®.
Packed with learning!
I walk away with such valuable insights with every episode I’ve listened to. I highly recommend this podcast for entrepreneurs!
Fast-paced, Clear and Focused
Susan knows her stuff on all levels. I love that she brings her varied and eclectic experience into each episode. Her teaching is good for beginners to advanced. There’s something for everyone in just about every episode, depending on your business and where you are at the moment.
Her energy bursts through. She’s engaging, engaged and, when needed, offers tough love.
Thank you, Susan. This is one of my “must listen” podcasts.
Achievers Find a Way!!
Just finished a power walk and listened to this episode!
Powerful. Raw. Real! Transparent! Vulnerability.....
Such a great interview with a story that absolutely needs to be shared. Failure is a critical skill - and ‘know you, be you, share you’!
Lots of great lessons in this episode so just make time to listen.
Thank you Susan and Brandon.