Ever experienced failure? Of course you have. But what makes some people more resilient than others? Learn from successful people on how their failures launched them into success.
Episode 92: Barbara Hauser - The Red Door Project + P&G
In 2014, Barbara Hauser used her talents of community building and creativity to launch The Red Door Project, a pop-up art show and silent auction held around Cincinnati. She often fielded questions about how successful each show was, but Barbara chaffed at the idea of measuring success based on attendance or number of pieces sold.
On episode 92, Barbara explains the inspiration behind The Red Door Project and how she refined her definition of success. She believes everyone is an artist and encourages creativity at every turn. Barbara also tells us about her work as Senior Community Relations Manager for P&G.
- Follow The Red Door Project on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thereddoorproject/
- Follow The Red Door Project on Instagram @thereddoorproject: https://www.instagram.com/thereddoorproject/
Episode 91: Craig Chavis Jr. - Business Strategist + Author
Craig Chavis Jr. dreamed of becoming an NFL player, and he was good enough to give it a shot until an injury in college ruined everything. As an entrepreneur, Craig has two failed businesses under his belt and a string of rejection letters from corporate America. And yet, the author and business consultant is endlessly optimistic.
On episode 91, Craig shares how he realized he could be his own worst enemy or his best friend, and why choosing the latter has made all the difference. He also talks about his book “Burdens of a Dream,” how he opened the first craft Pisco distillery in Peru, and advice for finding a career opportunity that fits.
- “Burdens of a Dream” is available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Burdens-Dream-Actionable-Creative-Entrepreneur/dp/1647460212/
- Learn more about Craig’s work: https://www.cre8ivecraig.com/
Episode 90: Steven Kampmann - Screenwriter + The Dreams Course Podcast
Steven Kampmann and his wife, Judith, were expecting and building a home when he got the call that he was being fired from the Newhart show. The former writer and producer on WKRP in Cincinnati thought his time in show biz was probably over, so he started writing a screenplay without any expectations. Four years later, it became Stealing Home, which Steven also directed.
On episode 90, Steven tells us about his latest project, The Dreams Course Podcast, which he hosts with one of his sons. He explains the inspiration for the show and dives deep into the journey to discover the inner self. He also shares five principles to feed your inner life from his coaching program, The Dreams Course.
- Listen to The Dreams Course Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dreams-course-podcast/id1532417265
- Learn more about Steven’s coaching program, The Dreams Course: https://www.thedreamscourse.org/dreamcourse
- Read about Alex Kerten: https://parkinson-gk.com/about/
Episode 89: Karen Bankston - KDB and Associates + Retired Nurse
Like many high-achievers, Karen Bankston had a full life. She was successful in her career, held advanced degrees, had a family, and knew her strengths. But a nagging feeling wouldn’t go away. She wondered: Where was her joy?
On episode 89, the retired hospital executive and nurse explains how she found her answer by learning to separate her identity from her accomplishments. Karen also shares her leadership lessons.
- Listen to Will Smith on Jay Shetty’s podcast On Purpose: https://jayshetty.me/podcast/owning-your-truth-and-unlocking-the-power-of-manifestation/
Episode 88: Kathryn Burmeister - Lawyer + Author
Kathryn Burmeister had struggled with depression and anxiety before, but it never was so bad as when she felt abandoned by her law partner. She reached out for help and shortly there after decided to start her own law firm.
On episode 88, Kathryn shares her career journey from law-obsessed high school student to business owner. This same journey also inspired Kathryn to write a book, "Overcoming Addiction to the Status Quo." She tells us what status quo means to her, how to find true happiness and why she believes we all can be heroes.
- Learn more about Katheryn’s book: https://kathrynfburmeister.com/shop-2/
- If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts, 24/7 confidential help is available. Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
Episode 87: Dr. Lisa Larkin - Ms.Medicine Founder
Dr. Lisa Larkin knew life could be a bumpy ride even before she was diagnosed with breast cancer while going through a divorce. Patients of hers had told her cancer was a gift, but she didn’t understand until she found some gifts of her own.
On episode 87, Lisa tells us about those gifts, including why she started Ms.Medicine, a national practice model of women’s health trained providers. She also shares the tragic stories of losing both her parents, and how hardship has taught her to be less judgmental.
- Learn about Ms.Medicine here: https://msmedicine.com/
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Sarah is a wonderful, engaging host! Her topics and guests always have me wanting to learn more! Highly recommend the listen.
Sarah- i love your podcast and have listened from the beginning. One constructive feedback- the topics are becoming repetitive . Still amazing but would suggest you try to diversify the guests and experiences.
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