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Busting the Work/Life Balance Myth with Guests, Rick & Linda Sbrocca [Podcast]

October 22, 2019

Episode 85: Michael and Kathryn interview business owners, Rick and Linda Sbrocca, about developing healthy company cultures. Rick and Linda specialize in business development with an emphasis in passion, proficiency, and profitability. Discover...

Why Vulnerability is a Gift [Podcast]

October 15, 2019

Episode 84: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn talk about the concept of vulnerability and why it's actually a gift for business leaders. If you need some encouragement when it comes to opening up to others and want to understand how being...

The Legacy of a Great Leader [Podcast]

October 8, 2019

Episode 83: Michael and Kathryn open up about the passing of their friend and mentor, and talk about the impact of his legacy. If you are wondering how your work will leave an encouraging legacy for the next generation, then give this episode a...

Self Promotion: The Struggle is Real [Podcast]

October 1, 2019

Episode 82: Michael and Kathryn discuss why it's so hard for business leaders to self-promote. If you've shied away from marketing your product or service because it's too difficult, confusing, or painful- or just don't want to sound too braggy,...

How to Keep a Healthy Mindset [Podcast]

September 24, 2019

Episode 81: Michael and Kathryn recover from a spilled cup of hot coffee and share thoughts and tips on how to keep a healthy mindset in life and at work. If you feel stuck or like your emotions have been getting the better of you lately, then...

Why Leaders Need Community [Podcast]

September 17, 2019

Episode 80: Michael and Kathryn dig into an important topic: Community. All business leaders need a like-minded community if they want to grow... a safe space where they can share struggles and acquire new ideas for solutions. If you're starting...

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