The Other Side of Potential podcast explores how successful family business leaders maneuver the unique dynamics between family and business. Family businesses face different challenges than other businesses. The messiness of transitional moments like succession, divorce, death, family conflict, or generational differences can complicate the sustainability and wealth-building potential for any family business. The Other Side of Potential takes a deep dive into how thriving family business leaders overcome such challenges in order to build a sustainable business that will result in generational wealth and a lasting legacy.
Episode 124: The Frequency of Money (Part 2) with Dr. Susan Nicholas
Welcome back to part two of this discussion on the frequency of money. Today’s guest, Dr. Susan Nicholas, is a former physician and cardiothoracic surgeon with 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry who, after a conscious awakening in 2012,...
Episode 123: Connecting with Employees and Making The Most of Change with Shona Elliott
Shona Elliott is an experienced senior leader who is passionate about helping other senior leaders connect and engage with their greatest assets – their employees – for the purposes of increasing employee retention, employee engagement and achieving an...
Episode 122: Building a Sustainable and Authentic Family Business for Future Generations with Phyllis, Michael, and Eric Okon
On today’s show, Sharon welcomes Phyllis, Michael, and Eric Okon. The Okon family represents the leadership of The BLS Company, a global ground travel company with offices across the country, from New York City to Los Angeles and almost everywhere in...
Episode 121: Virtual Events in the New Normal with Darrin Shifrel, Orlando Wedding and Party Rentals
Darrin Shifrel is the Co-Owner and VP of Orlando Wedding & Party Rentals and is obsessed with providing the best rental service to his clients in the event industry. He is dedicated to treating both his clients and employees like family while having...
Episode 120: The Oldest African-American Owned Business in the United States with Brian Brooks, President and Co-Owner of E. E. Ward Moving & Storage
Founded in 1881, the E. E. Ward Moving & Storage company leaves behind a long legacy of excellence. The company is the oldest continually operated black-owned business in the nation. In its nearly 140-year history, the E. E. Ward has developed a...
Episode 119: Passing A Family Business From One Generation to the Next with Adam Vellequette
Adam Vellequette is one of two principals of the second generation of leadership at KBF Design Gallery, located in Maitland, Florida. KBF is a full-service interior design and remodeling company that has been consistently identified as one of the top...
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First Time Listener
I tuned into The Other Side of Potential for the first time with episode 98 featuring Michelle Arpin Begina. I'm a huge fan of Michelle's and seek out her speaking opportunities as much as I can. I was excited to see this new interview and be able to learn more about her unique background that makes her a HUGE thought leader in the field and is always thinking ahead of what the industry is going to look like. I am keeping my fingers crossed that Michelle is able to come back with Sharon to talk more about the Exchange and any new opportunities Michelle has coming up in the future.
Closing gap on potential
Sharon gets to the inside baseball of what it really takes to realize ones full potential. Her conversations are multidimensional and uplifting!
Sharon does an amazing job of cultivating valuable nuggets out of the conversation in a short time frame.