Trove provides high quality CBD products for people, horses, dogs, and cats. And it is all run by the Carter family. Deborah, Sam, Madison, and Avery each play a crucial,...Listen Now
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From the US Navy, to investment banking, to healthcare for jails and detention centers - Justin Searle has approached each leadership opportunity with a service mindset. He cares about serving...Listen Now
Natalea Watkins spent decades building her career in television news. She was actually the very first female anchor in Oklahoma and also served as the Assistant News Director at WJZ in Baltimore when Oprah was a news anchor and talk show host there. One life changing day in 2000, a terrible car accident left Natalea paralyzed. She fractured her spine in 10 places, broke six ribs and her collarbone, collapsed a lung and received a brain concussion. ‘But I only broke one nail!’ Natalea jokes. That single sentence illustrates her infectious attitude perfectly. In a split second her entire life was changed, but instead of allowing this to stop her she has continued to impact her community.
LeAnne resides in Indianapolis with her husband Derek and their dog Barkus Adroolius. During the week, LeAnne works as a Content Manager for Water for Good and is also the co-owner of LoveWell Fundraising. In her free time, she enjoys gardening, hosting game nights, and puzzling with Derek.
Heather is an author, speaker, shouter of worth, and narrative shifter. In our conversation today she shares about learning how to let go of control and embrace the unexpected in order to experience the fullness of the gifts available to you. And since it is Thanksgiving, as well as National Adoption Awareness Month, we could not think of a better conversation to share with you.
Nora is the owner and founder of RevenueTribe, which provides a structured and proven process for business owners to get clarity on what’s truly possible for their lives and their business and identify the root of what is stopping them, remove the barriers that are keeping from walking in the fullness of that, so they can maximize their impact and live the life they love. This is a story about learning from the past and stepping into who you were made to be.
What if instead of the topic of race only creating intensely heated or shamefully hushed conversations, there was an environment where those conversations could become catalysts for the kind of growth that bridges racial divides? UNDIVIDED is the manifestation of that hope. In today’s episode, Chuck Mingo, founder of UNDIVIDED, explains what racism looks like today and how it hurts everyone. We talk about things from second hand smoke, to prison, to monks, and Babylon…and how all of these things relate to race.
Mark Heasman recently started his 6th role as CEO when he was appointed as Group Chief Executive at the Community Interest Company “Provide”. Employing over 1000 healthcares workers in Essex in the UK and providing services to the community of over 1.4 million people through a network of a dozen businesses across the group. His experience in leadership is like stumbling upon a treasure chest full of nuggets of wisdom. He even talks about his experience serving Prince Charles (THE Prince Charles) and his family’s experience on a reality tv show in the UK.
The 7 Pillars of Impact
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