26 episodes

Easy Style with Sami explores how people have created their own personal style around their family, travel, food, entrepreneurship and more. Anything goes as guests share their unique stories to inspire you to find your own unique personal style.

Look for new episodes every Thursday!

Easy Style with Sami Sami Bedell-Mulhern

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

Easy Style with Sami explores how people have created their own personal style around their family, travel, food, entrepreneurship and more. Anything goes as guests share their unique stories to inspire you to find your own unique personal style.

Look for new episodes every Thursday!

    25: Summer Break

    25: Summer Break

    It’s summer time. That means schedules are busy, vacations are on deck, kids are home. That means its break time for the Easy Style with Sami pocast. We are officially on episode 25 and have loved every second of it. We have learned so much from our guests.
    The goal of this podcast is to inspire you to live your best ilfe, on your own terms. We are working on bringing more guests on that can help share there stories and also give actionable steps in an area of their expertise.
    Have topics you’d love to learn more about? Shoot us an email – we’d love to hear about it.
    We hope you have a great summer – see you in September!

    • 6 min
    24: Growing Your Family And Career with Emily Mendenhall

    24: Growing Your Family And Career with Emily Mendenhall

    Making life choices isn’t always easy. Career changes, when (or if) to have a family, where to live, etc. Everyone around you will their own opinions about what is right for you. What do you listen to and what don’t you? How do you make choices that might not be what most think you should do? Emily Mendenhall has always done what feels right to her and made some decisions that most in her career path thought were different. Hear her story and get inspired to carve your own path and have it all.


     

    IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS Emily’s thirst for knowledge and asking questions. Starting a family while also building her career. Writing her first historical nonfiction book. Finding space for yourself and prioritizing your mental health.

     

    WANT TO SKIP AHEAD? [1:24] Who is Emily Mendenhall?
    [4:36] Traveling the world while growing a family.
    [11:29] Emily’s newest research project
    [11:29] Writing her first historical fiction book about her family.
    [24:03] Where does Emily go for personal development?
    [27:49] Is Emily an introvert or extrovert?
    [28:30] One goal for the upcoming year.
    [29:45] Piece of advice that has stuck with her
    [32:01] What’s a non-negotiable?


     

    RESOURCES [blog] Creating Work-Life Balance in the Summer
    Unmasked: COVID, Community, and the Case of Okoboji
     
    Emily Mendenhall Learn more: https://www.emilymendenhall.com/
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    • 36 min
    23: Playing Big in a Small Town with Rebecca Undem

    23: Playing Big in a Small Town with Rebecca Undem

    When you grow up in a small town it can feel like your options are limited. So many incredible things have come out of small towns, it just takes a bit more courage to keep pushing through! Rebecca Undem has a passion for helping small communities grow and thrive! She’s sharing her experiences that have gotten her to where she’s at now. The struggles, the pain, the wins and the passion!


    IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS Rebecca’s passion for small towns! Finding your supports and letting the rest go. Working on yourself and building trust within yourself! Leading with kindess instead of trying to “change” peoples’ minds.

    WANT TO SKIP AHEAD? [1:17] Who is Rebecca Undem?
    [6:06] How to navigate different personalities in small towns.
    [16:05] Creating the path for your new idea.
    [26:07] How Rebecca is able to keep pushing forward.
    [32:36] Where does Rebecca go for personal development?
    [34:44] Is Rebecca an introvert or extrovert?
    [35:27] One goal for the upcoming year.
    [37:03] Piece of advice that has stuck with her
    [40:39] What’s a non-negotiable?


    RESOURCES [blog] How to Keep Your Fire Lit
    [podcast] Holding the Vision
    [blog] Getting Comfortable with Networking Events


    Rebecca Undem
    Founder, Growing Small Towns Learn more: https://growingsmalltowns.com and https://rebeccaundem.com 
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    • 45 min
    22: Creating Lasting Connections with Susan Larimer

    22: Creating Lasting Connections with Susan Larimer

    Connecting with other humans is something that Susan Larimer thrives on. It guides her personal life, her family life, her direct sales life and her church community. Creating true relationships with people and showing up genuinely is what has given her the success she has and helped her build her business and keeps her customers coming back to shop with her.


     
    IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS Why Susan is such a people person. How she stays connected with her teenage kids and her husband. The impact of taking tech breaks.

     
    WANT TO SKIP AHEAD? [1:39] Who is Susan Larimer?
    [5:20] Where her passion for creating meaningful connections comes from.
    [11:41] Building authentic relationships
    [14:22] Staying connected with her kids.
    [17:16] Why she takes a 24 hour tech break each week.
    [23:59] Where does Susan go for personal development?
    [24:57 Is Susan an introvert or extrovert?
    [26:17] One goal for the upcoming year.
    [27:32] Piece of advice that has stuck with her
    [30:01] What’s a non-negotiable?


     
    RESOURCES [blog] Creating Time for Your Direct Sales Business
    [podcast] Going from Direct Seller to Coach with Becky Launder
    Modern Direct Seller Academy
    24/6 Giving Up Screens One Day a Week to Get More Time, creativity and Connection by Tiffany Shlain


     
    Susan Larimer Learn more: https://susanlarimer.com

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    • 35 min
    21: Navigating Change with Sara Hintze

    21: Navigating Change with Sara Hintze

    Life throws us curveballs, wins, challenges, opportunities, everything, all the time and all at once. How we deal with those changes is what matters. Sarah had an unexpected Type I Diabetes diagonosis for her son and that changed their lifestyle, her job and how they managed the day to day.
    Hear how she makes time for herself, her business, her son and husband. She also shares the struggles and what it has taken to get them to the routine they have today.


     

    IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS How Sarah has navigated changes in career. Her son’s Type 1 Diabetes diagnosis and how it’s changed their lifestyle. Helping her son advocate for himself and take charge. The joy direct sales brings and the sense of community.

     

    WANT TO SKIP AHEAD? [1:01] Who is Sarah Hintze?
    [3:36] How they got into ranching.
    [9:24] Navigating their son’s Type 1 Diabetes diagnosis.
    [19:32] How Sarah finds self for herself.
    [27:25] Where does Sarah go for personal development?
    [28:43] Is Sarah an introvert or extrovert?
    [29:25] One goal for the upcoming year.
    [30:37] Piece of advice that has stuck with her
    [31:58] What’s a non-negotiable?


     

    RESOURCES [blog] Creating Time for Your Direct Sales Business


     
    Sarah Hintze Learn more: https://hintzefarm.com 
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    • 34 min
    20: Letting Your Values Guide Your Choices with Jill Harms

    20: Letting Your Values Guide Your Choices with Jill Harms

    Leaving a corporate job isn’t easy. Having the security of the paycheck, the team, and knowing what to expect makes a big difference. However, when Jill decided to leave her job and open her own marketing business it was part kids, part travel, and part long term dream!
    Making big decisions is never easy but understanding the why behind it all helps. That’s what finally pushed Jill to follow her dream.


     

    IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS What inspired Jill to start her own business. How they inspire hard work and going after their career dreams in their kids. What she struggled with in her transion to her own business.

     

    WANT TO SKIP AHEAD? [1:05] Who is Jill Harms?
    [6:12] Things she took into consideration when building. her business.
    [15:34] What the adjustment period between jobs felt like.
    [20:26] How Jill instills work ethic and dreaming in her kids.
    [32:14] Where Jill goes for personal development
    [33:18] Is she an introvert or an extrovert?
    [33:59] What is on Jill’s goals list for the year?
    [36:20] Advice Jill has gotten that has stuck with her.
    [38:42] What is a non-negotiable?


     

    RESOURCES [blog] Creating Your Family Mission Statement


     

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    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

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3 Ratings

3 Ratings

DrNeese254 ,

I love to spend time with Sami!

The Easy Style with Sami podcast is a fantastic platform for individuals to share their unique stories and tips on how they create their own styles. Sami has a warm and welcoming personality that immediately puts guests at ease, making for engaging and insightful conversations.

What sets this podcast apart is the diversity of guests and their backgrounds, which results in a wide range of perspectives and ideas on lifestyle choices. Sami skillfully guides the conversation, allowing guests to share their experiences while also providing useful tips and suggestions for listeners.

The conversational nature of the podcast makes it feel like you're listening in on an intimate conversation with friends, and you can't help but feel inspired and motivated by the end of each episode.

Thank you Sami for the opportunity to share my insights and tools with your listeners xo Denise Morrison

Ahansen123456789 ,

So glad I found this podcast!

So glad I found this podcast!

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