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Anna Goldstein is an NYU certified coach, entrepreneur, Huffington Post contributor, former nationally ranked tennis player and author. The Profit With Purpose show is an informative and uplifting podcast where Anna dives into lives of entrepreneurs, healers, and change-makers who are making money through living their purpose. The goal is to provide practical tips to inspire you to be profitable living your life’s purpose. As a student of psychology, new age thinking, meditation, mindfulness techniques and yoga, Anna weaves these spiritual principles into her show. Find out more at: annagoldstein.com

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Anna Goldstein is an NYU certified coach, entrepreneur, Huffington Post contributor, former nationally ranked tennis player and author. The Profit With Purpose show is an informative and uplifting podcast where Anna dives into lives of entrepreneurs, healers, and change-makers who are making money through living their purpose. The goal is to provide practical tips to inspire you to be profitable living your life’s purpose. As a student of psychology, new age thinking, meditation, mindfulness techniques and yoga, Anna weaves these spiritual principles into her show. Find out more at: annagoldstein.com

    #181: Jason Harris: The Art of Soulful Persuasion

    #181: Jason Harris: The Art of Soulful Persuasion

    Jason Harris is Co-Founder and CEO of Mekanism, an award-winning creative advertising agency. Jason is the author of The Soulful Art of Persuasion that highlights the 11 habits you need to become more authentically or soulfully persuasive. He proves that persuasion is not a dirty word, but the most positive, productive, and ethical way of changing peoples’ minds through the cultivation of character building habits.
    Become a person with more fulfilling experiences and more authentic personal relationships! Tune in to this episode to learn the power of positivity and persuasion, collaboration, storytelling, building lasting relationships, and actionable habits that you can implement to become a master influencer. 
    Why did you write The Soulful Art of Persuasion? What was the inspiration behind it?
    He’s an avid reader, listener of podcasts, and loves reading business books. As an entrepreneur, he’s figuring out how other people approach business and sales, so he consumes that type of content. It dawned on him that there’s something different about the way he approaches business and the principals he follows compared to everyone else’s approach. He saw transactional, short-term methods of building a business rather than relationship and long-term focused methods. He had a different angle and a different thing to say in the business book atmosphere. To Jason, the idea of being a soulful persuader and influencer is being an influencer in your personal and professional sphere.
    What are the core principals of your book and how did you develop these principals?
    Jason worked at a lot of different companies before starting his own and he felt like he didn’t respond well to a lot of the company cultures he was experiencing. There wasn’t much of a space where people could feel truly themselves and be original, so he learned a lot of what he wanted to create and the ways he wanted to work from seeing what other people were doing, both positive and negative. He kept a journal of these ideas and beliefs until he developed the four core beliefs that he follows to this day. The four principals are: be original, be generous, be empathetic, and be soulful. His inspiration also came from books he was reading, the way people made him feel, and seeing success growing from long-term relationships.
    How did you decide that those four, out of all the principals we could live by, were essential?
    The 11 habits he mentions in the book fall under these categories. Being soulful came last to him, but the other three came from a balance of business, how he wants to pursue his life, and the type of person he wants to be. Some of the habits came naturally to him and some he had to practice and develop over time.
    What’s an example of something that was not natural for you?
    Jason isn’t a naturally generous person. He says he was born on the more self-absorbed and slightly selfish side. Through work and growing up and his experiences, he realized that it’s a characteristic that’s really important.
    When working with big brands, how do you tell a story that can build a sense of trust, but that is also not transactional?
    You can’t always do that. They’ll send you a brief of what to talk about and then you come up with the creative work off of that brief. You have to absorb what they’re saying and what they want to accomplish, then crack the creative and spit it back to them with ideas that position the brand in a way that you feel is right. It’s always a dance with what you feel the audience will respond to and what the brand thinks they will respond to. He tries to embody the principals of being original and knowing the audience.
    Do you think the art of storytelling in a way that connects with the person or brand applies to long-term relationships?
    Definitely, 100%. When he talks about relationships, there are personal an

    • 44 min
    #180: Jenny Fenig: Dealing with Loss and Discovering Magic

    #180: Jenny Fenig: Dealing with Loss and Discovering Magic

    Jenny Fenig is the creator of the Get Gutsy movement, is a coach to spiritual women on a mission. Jenny’s mission is simple: help you touch more lives with your message and cash in on your calling.® After a successful (and stressful!) corporate career managing public relations campaigns for the biggest brands in the world and then producing premium business conferences, she realized she was far too much of a rebel to be employed by someone else. Freedom is her top value. After a successful corporate career in New York City, Jenny quit her 6-figure job to do what she was put on this planet to do: coach gutsy leaders to rise to their next level.  She does this by empowering you to tune in, do less + make more.
    The death of her 12-year-old sister Julie taught her not to stress about stuff that doesn’t matter. Surviving her death as a 16-year-old high school girl made her who she is today.
    In this episode, we talk about how to connect with nature and why it’s important, how to do more in less time, how death can be a catalyst to create more meaning and so much more. Listen up with an open heart and mind.
    It appears that missions have been a big part of your life. What would you say your mission is now?
    Jenny’s mission is to remind women that they are magic makers and to reclaim the word “magic”. Magic is working with nature and the seasons to create something beautiful and sustainable and that helps make the world better. We do that so gloriously. We are designed that way. It’s such a trip!
    When we rely on technology exclusively to fill us, then it’s really easy to disconnect from what’s really going on. So her mission is to remind women that they have wonderful gifts, talents and creations inside of them to bring forth and bring language and context to. They can put them into a very intelligent container, price them, sell them, and receive abundance for doing so… what a wonderful thing, that we can do this from home and on our own schedule! We have the tools to be able to create this magic and create whatever life we want.
    Would you say that magic has an element of creation?
    Absolutely.
    What if we’re not feeling the magic?
    Be you. Know that when it’s time, transformation is beautiful. The butterfly doesn’t start out as a butterfly, it starts out as a caterpillar. The caterpillar just rocks the caterpillar life and when it’s time, boom! The cocoon starts being created, but then the cocoon has to get really tight and that’s also uncomfortable. These transitions are very uncomfortable and sometimes we want to rush through them, but nature never rushes. So can we get our cues from nature and say when the time is really right? Can we trust the timetable and know that it’s working and that we’re on the right path?
    We’re all trained for instant gratification. We need all these conveniences and we think that can be applied to everything, but it’s just not the way that it works. We have to come to a place where we are so deeply connected to our intuition, our own inner knowing, that we know it’s working and it’s working because we are still showing up and doing the work. Making it easier doesn’t mean you’re checked out and not doing the stuff that you know you need to.
    Children are often more connected to magic and at some point, it seems we get cut off. When did you reconnect with magic?
    Space camp was a reconnection to the magic and Jenny would do things where she felt like she was in her genius. Being around people who are like her. Jenny moved to NYC after graduating and worked for a public relations agency. That’s what she thought she was meant to do. She was disconnected, she wasn’t treating her body well, she was drinking too much, and she realized it wasn’t working for her anymore. Jenny realized she was running from her feelings, the grief from when her sister di

    • 50 min
    #179: Kelly Lynn Adams: Burnout, Working with Imperfections, & Taking Action

    #179: Kelly Lynn Adams: Burnout, Working with Imperfections, & Taking Action

    How to work with imperfections and get into action. 
    [02:15] Kelly’s first job was on wall street and investment banking
    [03:35] How to use your experience from being in the fashion world now in the coaching world and in your business
    [06:37] The way challenges can help you with your resiliency and your discipline
    [09:03] Confidence, in essence, is being more focused on what you can do versus what you can't do
    [13:23] The key is taking that step, eat, like feeling uncomfortable. In the feeling comfortable in the uncomfortable
    [15:45] Know that there's always going to be a leap that you take to that you question yourself
    [16:28] That's how people relate, when you're vulnerable and you mess things up and not saying mess things up purposely
    [18:13] Health is so important, we need to pay attention to auto-immune kind of things going on
    [19:12] At the end, you're done when you're on your death bed
    [37:09] How slowing down helped Kelly become more grateful
    [38:58] There's a lot of like this chasing energy, being grateful for what you have versus when things hit the fan.
    [41:24] Ask yourself what are really my priorities right now?
    [42:29] Having respect for like the growth process
    Quotes:
    “We're chasing this moment and it comes for a moment, but then there's another moment after that and it fades. So then you're left with what is, so the more that you can condition yourself to inhabit good feelings, then the more you're going to feel good.”
    “Like we want the external validation or we want to, we want to feel accomplishment or we want to feel perfect or like all of that.”
    “Nothing's an overnight success and it's just doing the action day in and day out. And it's not always going to feel sexy. It's not always going to feel glamorous, but you will feel in flow.”

    • 45 min
    #178: Alisa Vitti: In The Flo: Unlock Your Hormonal Advantage

    #178: Alisa Vitti: In The Flo: Unlock Your Hormonal Advantage

    Alisa Vitti is a functional nutritionist and women’s hormone expert. When it comes to hormonal biochemistry, functional nutrition, endocrinology, epigenetics, and neuropsychology, she is an avid researcher. She spent the past 15 years studying, personally applying, and teaching how to stop hormonal chaos and get into hormonal flow. 15 years ago, she weighed 200 lbs. Her face, chest and back were covered in painful — and very unpretty — cystic acne. She only had my period twice a year. She was exhausted, depressed, and she had constant brain fog. She didn’t know what was wrong with me, but there was no mistaking this for normal. Finally, after 6 years of seeing doctor after doctor, specialist after specialist, while doing my own research on my mysterious symptoms, she discovered a condition that sounded exactly like what I was experiencing — polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Her hormonal breakdown led me to living in the FLO. One of her most significant discoveries was that you and your body have cyclical needs. They shift as your hormones shift in your regular cycle. And they shift as you move from your teens to your twenties to your thirties and forties and beyond.
    [02:15] Hormonal health and what does that mean to you?
    [03:35] How historical amounts, unprecedented amounts of content that are dedicated to menstruation and women's hormonal awareness
    [06:37] Why women are being left out of medical fitness and nutrition research women in their reproductive years
    [09:03] The way all of this research is being done on men and postmenopausal women, but being marketed to women
    [13:23] Understand that we are very distinct based on our biological rhythms.
    [15:45] Its all about eating the right way, exercising the right times, organizing your workflow in a way that works for your brain changes
    [16:28] Success morning routines are really power morning routines
    [18:13] Rhythm is left out of the conversation out of our cultural narrative, out of corporate culture
    [19:12] Be in tuned with yourself so that if you find yourself out of the flow, you'll know why
    [37:09] Benefits of incorporating both the circadian and in Freudian rhythm.
    [38:58] Tips to rediscover aspects of creativity
    [41:24]. Cultural narrative point of view is that there's this passed down understanding of this is how your body works.
    [45:29] Methods to recover from menstrual disturbances naturally and safely and effectively and quickly with the right protocol
    Quotes:
    “Men have hormonal patterns. They have mood swings that happen within a 24-hour cycle. They have much shorter and more extreme mood swings, but because the society has normalized around their biological credit, they are not self-critical about it. They are completely self-aware of it and they just do what works for them when it works for them.”
    “A lot of women don't know where they are. They just know when they're bleeding or if you're trying to conceive, you certainly are paying attention to oblation, but we don't know about the rest of them.”
    “Once you have the right information, you do not have to be afraid of your body, which is how you have been made to feel. And there's no better example of that then when it comes to pregnancy and birth control and instead, what I want you to do is feel extremely empowered.”
    Links:
    https://www.floliving.com/

    • 59 min
    #177: Anna Goldstein: 5-Min Update

    #177: Anna Goldstein: 5-Min Update

    • 6 min
    #176: Nicole Jackson Miller: Mindful Leadership: Stepping Into the CEO Role in Your Life & Business

    #176: Nicole Jackson Miller: Mindful Leadership: Stepping Into the CEO Role in Your Life & Business

    Nicole helps passionate and driven service providers build a business and team that they love through a combination of leadership, management, hiring, and mindset support. After managing million-dollar TV projects, building a multi-six figure agency of her own, and mentoring other service providers to grow teams without sacrificing their sanity, she knows what it takes to step into the CEO role in your business. When she left her corporate job, she vowed to never put her happiness and well-being in someone else’s hands but just a year later, she was doing the same thing — just in her own business. At that moment, she made a decision. She was going to take everything she already knew about leadership, management, and power and apply it to herself… and when I finally took that step, things started changing -- pretty quickly too. Her clients started respecting my boundaries, my team stepped into their leadership, and I increased my take-home pay by 85%! What she figured out is that business owners needed to learn how to step into the CEO role of their business and develop their leadership and management skills so that they could feel confident handling ANY situation that was thrown their way. If you’re feeling booked out and burnt out, Nicole can help you reclaim your time and double your revenue. In this episode we talk about how mindfulness helps her be more effective in business and life, discovering your zone of genius, a question that changed her trajectory, and that you can ask yourself too, and so much more.
    [02:15] How Nicole is supporting done for you service providers
    [03:35] The transition to being more of the CEO
    [06:37] Discovering herself when operating in that zone of genius
    [09:03] Being mindful, especially even with social media
    [13:23] How she overcame the struggle with an eating disorder
    [15:45] The transition into theatre
    [16:28] How to think clearly in the middle of fear or doubt
    [18:13] How to practice great mindfulness awareness
    [19:12] allow yourself the time to make decision
    [37:09] The behavior of people who are at a level of success
    [38:58] Thoughts on essentialism
    [41:24]Embracing the process of transformation
    [45:29] How powerful it is to control your feelings and state
    Quotes:
    “I think it's finding what is it that makes you feel like yourself and then, paying attention and practicing that as much as you can.
    “There's a lot of value in reconnecting to that part of you that auditions, for example. For me, it's like tapping into the athlete within me”
    “I find that sometimes business owners just don't know how to prioritize because they think that they're seeing all these people online doing all of these different things, and there's a lot of sugar. So usually it comes back to getting some sort of a financial return.”
    “Pay close attention to what's happening and how you're feeling and start thinking about what's working, what's not working, what might need to be tweaked here.”
    Links:
    https://www.nicolejacksonmiller.com/
    https://www.pinterest.com/theprojectdesigner/
    https://www.facebook.com/nicolejacksonmiller/
    https://www.instagram.com/nicolejacksonmiller/
     

    • 48 min

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I had the pleasure of not only listening to all these gems of info Anna has brought through her amazing interviews, but to actually being interviewed by her was an even greater experience. Being on both the listener side and working directly with her has allowed me to truly experience her gifts. This was honestly my first podcast ever and I must say because of Anna it won’t be my last. Anna knows just how to guide the conversation to bring the listener valuable information while allowing the interviewee a comfortable and open platform to freely express themselves and share their expertise and point of view. Her questions are well thought out and will captivate and draw in any audience.
Anna, thank you for creating a warm space where many different topics and people can come together and share their experiences in this space we call life. I am glad that I had my first public experience of sharing my life with a soul like you. Keep Shining! Love and Light.

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I absolutely LOVE this podcast. Anna is so genuine, grounded and curious. She has the best guests and asks the most thought provoking questions that result in me walking away with a tangible shift in perspective that opens my life up in some way. It’s always a fun, uplifting and productive use of my time to tune in! Thank you Anna! Keep up the great work! 🙏🏼

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Grounding, inspiring podcast

I’ve worked with Anna as a coach in the past so this podcast is like having her in my back pocket! She brings great guests on the show who offer super practical advice and have inspiring stories that always seem to resonate with where I am at the moment. I especially love all the science backed discussions on mindfulness/productivity. They always make me feel more grounded and motivated. Thanks, Anna!

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