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Purpose-driven people are doing what they love, making the money they need and impacting positively the lives of others. Join me, Francine Beleyi, every Tuesdays on the ‘Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life’ podcast as I interview today’s most inspiring thought-leaders, authors, speakers, CEOs, entrepreneurs and change makers. These inspiring and honest conversations will empower you to redefine the life you want and live your best life now!

Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life Podcast Francine Beleyi

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Purpose-driven people are doing what they love, making the money they need and impacting positively the lives of others. Join me, Francine Beleyi, every Tuesdays on the ‘Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life’ podcast as I interview today’s most inspiring thought-leaders, authors, speakers, CEOs, entrepreneurs and change makers. These inspiring and honest conversations will empower you to redefine the life you want and live your best life now!

    #63 Using Your Struggles to Reframe Your Life Story with Bobby Herrera

    #63 Using Your Struggles to Reframe Your Life Story with Bobby Herrera

     
    Are you struggling to share the stories that shape your worldview and who you are with the world because you are scared of being judged?
    In today's episode 63 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am in conversation with Bobby Herrera, storyteller and author of the book The Gift of Struggle: Life-Changing Lessons. 
    Bobby is also a proud Army veteran and the co-founder and CEO of Populus Group. This organisation helps medium to large-sized organisations better manage their non-permanent workforce. At their core, they believe that everyone deserves an opportunity to succeed.
    In this conversation, you'll discover the struggles and leadership journey that led Bobby to build a $500+million organisation and a thriving community and how you too can apply some of his lessons to become the leader you want to be, especially in this new post-COVID season. 
    Listen to this gripping conversation now. The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.
    I have a special complimentary offer for entrepreneurs to 
    If you are an entrepreneur with big ideas and a grand vision who struggle to articulate what you do to your desired clients. Apply to get a complimentary mini-brand audit call with me at www.francinebeleyi.com/audit 
     

    • 58 min
    #62 How to Align Your Purpose to the Marketplace with Heather McGowan

    #62 How to Align Your Purpose to the Marketplace with Heather McGowan

    How do you marry your passion for the market needs especially in these unprecedented times? 
    In today's episode 62 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am discussing with Heather McGowan, international keynote speaker on the future of work and the future of learning. 
    Heather is the co-author of the book The Adaptation Advantage: Let Go, Learn Fast, and Thrive in the Future of Work. This visionary and timely book covers many aspects of personal life and professional life and provides invaluable keys on how to adapt and thrive in this fast-moving and unprecedented COVID19 time.
     In this conversation, Heather explains how to marry our passion and market needs. 
    How to marry our passion and market needs and what to do if you can't find a job
    The questions we should stop asking ourselves to grow
    How to create value when you are pursuing many different interests
    How to spot opportunities now and how to think about adapting your business model 
    Why employers should shift the way they recruit their talents and help employees find their purpose
    Listen to this fascinating conversation now. The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.
    If you are ready to find your edge and position yourself for success and impact, book a call to discuss your goals today at www.francinebeleyi.com/call

    • 54 min
    #61 Step into Your Power with Isabelle Methot 

    #61 Step into Your Power with Isabelle Methot 

    Have you ever realised that what you've struggled with the most in life is what you need to break through to fulfil your destiny?
    In today's episode 61 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am welcoming Isabelle Methot, CEO and founder of Ellipse. She helps francophone entrepreneurs, executives and leaders to break language barriers with the competency and confidence required.
    In this conversation, Isabelle explains how what she struggled with the most in life is the exact same skill she is helping her students with now. She also shares:
    The power of microlearning and consistency to achieve our goals and the two key strategies to accomplish anything 
    Why progress is preferable to perfection and the hacks she uses to help students to keep motivated 
    How after reaching an incredibly low point after a divorce and four kids, she decided to start her entrepreneurial journey.
    How she leverages the online platform to run her business in a flexible way 
    She also explains the process and strategies she had to go through to be able to charge for what she's worth 
    Why she had to give up her childhood dream of becoming an athlete and accidentally became a teacher 
    Isabelle is passionate about girl power recognising that women have a lot to bring to the table, and staying in the shadow isn't going to help anybody. 
    Listen to this heart-warming conversation now. The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.
    If you are ready to find your edge and position yourself for success and impact, book a call to discuss your goals today at www.francinebeleyi.com/call

    • 57 min
    #60 What You See and Perceive Can Change the World with Janie Duquette

    #60 What You See and Perceive Can Change the World with Janie Duquette

    Have you ever felt strongly about an idea or an opinion but failed to share your vision with the world?
    In today's episode 60 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am welcoming Janie Duquette, a former lawyer, ex artist manager and now the founder of the Academy of Women's Power. She is also a Gender Equity expert, author and speaker and the founder of Group Alma ma terre, a group of business ventures and projects that aim to support and develop feminine leadership and empower women.
    In this enlightened conversation, Janie explains why sharing our feeling, and our perspective is the most powerful thing we can do. She also shares:
    How early struggles in life helped her to overcome her obstacles as a young female executive and as an entrepreneur 
    How her hardship inspired her to reach out to other women to encourage each other and later turn her insights into a book   
    Why she is passionate about helping women doing more business rather than offering service for free and why they need to learn to ask for money
    How she leverages partnerships to run her different businesses 
    How she leverages online to support more women in corporate and impact in their lives
    Janie is passionate about supporting women in diversity and turning women into rock stars. 
    Listen to this insightful conversation now. The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.
    If you are ready to find your edge and position yourself for success and impact, book a call to discuss your goals today at www.francinebeleyi.com/call

    • 38 min
    #59 Redefining the Relationship with Yourself, Others and Mother Earth with Nicola Lucie 

    #59 Redefining the Relationship with Yourself, Others and Mother Earth with Nicola Lucie 

    Have you ever wondered what life could look like if only you could clear the wounding, the trauma and the suffering in your life and claim your hidden gifts?
    In today's episode 59 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I have the great pleasure to discuss with Nicola Lucie, Shamanic Practitioner & Shadow Work Coach and founder of the Feminine Principle. She supports women to unlock the unseen, hidden magic held in their unconscious to live an embodied and enriched life full of purpose, possibility and wonder.
    I had experienced Nicolas' work firsthand when she took me through her process to understand the root of some of my triggers and to be in a place of power to better respond to them. In this spirited conversation, Nicola explains: 
    Why she decided to swap her corporate life for a more spiritual path
    Why it's important to understand our shadow and the unconscious aspect of ourselves
    How our emotional triggers affect our lives and how to track them and take full control of our reactions 
    What is the Feminine Principle and how redefining relationship with ourselves underpins our relationship with others and ultimately with mother earth 
    How the online enable more women to come together to work in a community rather than struggling alone 
    Why she is so passionate about empowering women and girls, to step into their shadow work and do this fundamental work
    If you are ready to find your edge and position yourself for success and impact, book a call to discuss your goals today at www.francinebeleyi.com/call
    Listen to this soulful conversation to understand how to go within and trust yourself from a place of power. The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.

    • 57 min
    #58 Uncover the Hidden Secrets Behind Online Mega Launches with Tom Morkes

    #58 Uncover the Hidden Secrets Behind Online Mega Launches with Tom Morkes

    Have you ever wondered what really goes behind mega online launches and why yours don’t get the same results?
    In today's episode 58 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I have the great pleasure to discuss with Tom Morkes, one of the brilliant minds behind some of the most successful and profitable marketing and sales campaigns in the past decade. Tom has helped more than 100 brands and businesses grow their traffic, leads, and sales using his Launch to Profit Methodology.
    Some of the campaigns he managed include a record-setting Kickstarter campaign that generated almost half a million US dollars in 33 days. He also ran book launches that have landed his authors on the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestseller lists and much more. 
    Tom is also a past mentor of mine who encouraged me to start this podcast back in 2018. In this value-packed conversation, we discuss: 
    The importance of playing the long game in a world of immediate gratification 
    Some of the common myths that people believe about online marketing 
    Why it's unwise to compare our results to other influencers and the real truth behind influencer marketing 
    How to be savvy with social media to benefit you rather than becoming a distraction 
    How he joined the US Army and finally left the military career to become a marketer 
    What he learnt from running successful campaigns and the critical success factors 
    His journey experimenting and travelling the world before he found success 
    The power of small beginnings and just getting the ball rolling and be useful to someone 
    The two questions you should be thinking about to serve clients with integrity
    Why he believes that any connected device should come with a warning
    The 2 significant benefits of launches versus just doing ongoing promotions 
    Why he is passionate to lead the self-directed movement 
    And much more
    If you are ready to position yourself for success in this fast-moving world, have more meaning, more money and lead a movement to change the world, book a call with me to discuss your objectives at www.francinebeleyi.com/call
     Listen to this value-packed conversation to understand the secrets of online marketing and how to focus on what will make you successful.
    The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.
     

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Inspiring guests and Francine asks great questions

Inspiring guests and Francine asks great questions

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This is an awesome podcast

Great inspiring stories in this podcast. Lots of potential. Can't wait to hear from more episodes.

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