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Episode #20 Finding harmony with family and business

Corporate Refugee Podcast

Release Date: 04/01/2019

Two must-haves to be successful in life and business.  show art Two must-haves to be successful in life and business.

Corporate Refugee Podcast

Kids are back to school, pumpkin everything is everywhere, parents get back to a routine and it's a great feeling.  I am excited to be back and sharing myself and two must-haves I believe are essential for being successful in life and business.  This is the perfect listen on the way to work when you are feeling icky about the day ahead or just in a funk. We have all been there and this will help you bounce back! 

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Episode #27 Discovering your niche to market your business with Jodi Silverman show art Episode #27 Discovering your niche to market your business with Jodi Silverman

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In this episode my good friend Jodi and I talk about finding clarity around our niches.  We resisted, we struggled, we talked to friends, we did soul-searching to finally get clarity.....and it took time. Finding your niche is a process, and just when you think you have it figured out you realize you can niche down further.   This discuss is for anyone who is newly in business or struggling getting to your ideal customer.  We give you practice tips that can help you discover your true niche today! 

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Episode #27 Life, balance, and how to stay true to yourself with Stacey Uhrig show art Episode #27 Life, balance, and how to stay true to yourself with Stacey Uhrig

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Stacey Uhrig is speaker and mindset flipper. That's right I said mindset flipper. If you are someone who is feeling stuck in life, unfulfilled, or just in a crappy mood this show is the cure for you today.  In this episode Stacey shares how she left her family business to be a stay at home mom and then eventually start a network marketing business that has allowed her to work from home, be there for her two adopted sons, and use her type A personality to run her business and start a speaking career as well....of course with many unexpected setbacks that we dive into.  If you are...

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Episode #26: School teacher who lost herself then found herself again as an entrepreneur  show art Episode #26: School teacher who lost herself then found herself again as an entrepreneur

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Christine Gallo always knew she wanted to be a school teacher since she as a little girl.  Being headstrong Irish she couldn't bring herself to leave the path she thought she was meant to be on even though it was causing her hair to fall out, have anxiety attacks, and lose herself. One day it all changed when her husband showed up at work and saw her condition, she left her job and began a new teaching life as a yoga instructor. She now teaches kids how to deal with anxiety through breathing, yoga and mindfulness. 

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Episode #25 - How to use your intuition to build your business with Jen Shultz  show art Episode #25 - How to use your intuition to build your business with Jen Shultz

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Jen Shultz was a school teacher in New York City who had an entrepreneurial spirit that was calling to her to take her life in a different direction.  After leaving her teaching career she kept following her intuition that lead her to founding The Non Nine-to-Five, and creating of the 4 C's Method of Intuition.  She is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to listening to your intuition to follow your dream of being an entrepreneur.  To learn more about her check out www.thenonninetofive.com  

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Episode #24 The scoop from backstage at the Impact and Growth Summit 2019 show art Episode #24 The scoop from backstage at the Impact and Growth Summit 2019

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I had the privilege of being the emcee of the Impact and Growth Summit 2019 in Plano, Texas this past weekend.  It's ran by my friend and mentor, Bob Heilig.  In this episode I am sharing my biggest takeaways, what the millionaire speakers do back stage to get ready to deliver a powerful presentation, and the vulnerability that made this Summit so special. 

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Episode #23 How I manifested my husband  show art Episode #23 How I manifested my husband

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I love this episode, yes because I get to talk about how I met Nick but also it's a powerful story and the reason manifesting has become an important practice in my life.    

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Episode #22 How to bust through procrastination  show art Episode #22 How to bust through procrastination

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Procrastination is real, we all deal with it at one time or another.  Today I am sharing ways I have learned and practice when procrastination finds me and I want to search recipes on Pinterest instead of focusing on the activities that move my business and life forward. 

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Episode #21 Shifting your mindset with a single word.  show art Episode #21 Shifting your mindset with a single word.

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Megan gets real in this episode.  She talks about her journey to becoming a Corporate Refugee and feeling like she is never doing enough as a mother and solo-preneur. Her transparency is to help other women understand they are not alone however with a simple word you can shift your mindset quickly and keep moving forward in the right direction. Want to know the word?  Check out the show! 

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Episode #20 Finding harmony with family and business  show art Episode #20 Finding harmony with family and business

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Jody is a non-profit refugee who spent the majority of her "working for someone" time doing events and social work. However, at one point she realized in order to keep harmony in her house between her kids, supporting her husband's career and her job something needed to shift.  Being a child of divorce she developed a passion for wanting to help other couples have a "successful" divorce and make it easier on the children involved. She started a divorce meditation business and now has the harmony she was missing while working for someone else. 

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Jody is a non-profit refugee who spent the majority of her "working for someone" time doing events and social work. However, at one point she realized in order to keep harmony in her house between her kids, supporting her husband's career and her job something needed to shift.  Being a child of divorce she developed a passion for wanting to help other couples have a "successful" divorce and make it easier on the children involved. She started a divorce meditation business and now has the harmony she was missing while working for someone else.