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The Truth Behind Writing and Releasing a Book [Podcast]

May 19, 2020

Episode 108: Writing a book can be an amazing tool in communicating your message and value to the world, but if it doesn’t make a lot of money and has a low success rate, what is the value to your business? Michael and Kathryn talk about the...

3 Tips for Overcoming 3 Types of Business Challenges During COVID-19 [Podcast]

May 11, 2020

Episode 107: Michael and Kathryn discuss the 3 types of challenges businesses are experiencing during COVID-19 and share tips for overcoming them. Whether your company is sharply growing or declining during this season, discover practical...

Fulfilled: A Book is Born [Podcast]

May 5, 2020

Episode 106: Michael and Kathryn talk about their new book, Fulfilled. Learn the framework for building a business using the Passion & Provision strategy- one they've been developing and refining for 17+ years. If you want to move your company...

Tips for Remote Teams During COVID-19 [Podcast]

April 24, 2020

Episode 105: Michael and Kathryn are back to share more tips for business leaders during this season of COVID-19. Many businesses are finding it challenging to operate right now, especially if they have to manage their teams remotely. If you are...

Can a Good Vision Make Your Company More Resilient? [Podcast]

April 15, 2020

Episode 104: Michael and Kathryn talk about how a clear and compelling company vision builds resilience and sustains your passion. There are 4 parts of any good vision, so find out if yours is built to get you through the tough times. If you want...

4 Crisis Communication Tips for Business Leaders [Podcast]

April 6, 2020

Episode 103: Michael and Kathryn share their recommended communication strategy during times of crisis. If you have employees or clients that you are stewarding right now, knowing these 4 types of communication pathways will help you maneuver...

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