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What is your MO when it comes to doing anything?

It's All About the Questions

Release Date: 10/20/2019

Pocket MBA - Harry Brelsford  show art Pocket MBA - Harry Brelsford

It's All About the Questions

This episode features Harry Brelsford who not only has an MBA and a few other degrees but has done all of the above. On this episode Harry and I talk about what makes a successful entrepreneur, the perils pitfalls and excitement and what he is learned from guiding himself and others in nearly three decades plus of his own entrepreneurial journey and what guided him to write his latest book, Pocket MBA Instant Entrepreneur.

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Jenny Lisk created the Widowed Parent Podcast and the book, Future Widow: Losing My Husband, Saving My Family and Finding My Voice because she saw a need to help others. She wants to educate people BEFORE they have to go through losing a loved one while providing a resource for those who are in it now.

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Anne Bruce joins me today to talk about how anyone can discover their own personal True North to help you have your best life possible. She shares how it is never to late to live your calling, how courage is more than you think it is and you have more of it then you think, and how competencies don't always lead to your vocational calling. She shares her 1 question she asks herself to keep her eye on her true north. If you think, "I wish I knew what I am meant to be doing" listen in.

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My Christmas week show is about love. I was honored to have Bonnie Violet and Tina Frank say yes when I asked them to be on my show. Their story is a powerful one about how love is more powerful than any barrier if you choose to allow it into your heart.

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Joel Friedman left Madison Avenue in NYC to go from Ad man to Executive Producer and writer in Hollywood. Along the way he learned that being authentic matters, being found while not being authentic will always bite you back (he is authentic but not so some who have auditioned for him), and why he wants to produce something with "legs."

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On this episode Anne Grady shares answers to my questions about resiliency and productivity.  That one hit home for me which is why I asked the question and you might be surprised by the answer she shared.

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Frustrated because you want to build your success your way versus the traditional way of thinking? Wondering if it is possible to lead your business from idea to success with heart and soul and some sound business strategy foundations?

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Ira Gostin has been helping companies tell their brand stories for decades. First as a photojournalist and reporter and then as one of the top brand strategists. Along the way he has learned that sharing your story is a critical key to success and on this episode he shares key steps and questions you can ask yourself and staff to create your story and make a difference for your clients, your staff and your business.

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