WE’VE MADE IT TO 200 EVERYONE! If that’s not a cause to put on a pot of your finest coffee than I don’t know what is!

I’d like to thank all of you for being a part of our Business, Life, and Coffee community. We’ve learned, shared, improved, boosted, perfected, upgraded, enhanced, raised and advanced together through 200 episodes! I hope you all had at least as much fun as I did because making these shows has truly been a blast.

I can’t wait to keep bringing you fresh content that will help you advance in your career or take your business to the next level. So make sure you stay tuned to our channel and all of our connected social media platforms you can find in the links below. As of today, we’re officially striving for the next milestone!

SPOILER ALERT!

This week, in honor of our jubilee, we’re looking back on some of the most memorable moments from the top 5 episodes of the Business, Life, and Coffee show, which are:

5. Episode 5 - How To Run a Start-Up Without Going To Business School

4. Episode 1 - Personal Finance: How Much Does Your Spouse Make? 

3. Episode 88 - More Than a Model: Inside The Beautiful Business Mind of Ashley Graham

2. Episode 7 - Why Side-Hustles Aren’t Successful

1. Episode 10 - Why Really Successful People Hate To-Do Lists Ft. Author Kevin Kruse

There are so many gems in these episodes that picking our favorite moments could have easily gone another way! Not to mention the fact that we have 194 more episodes which are full of awesome business, career and life lessons!

 

What’s your favorite Business, Life and Coffee moment?

Let us know in the comments and reach out to me on social media as well!

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Today we are joined by Esther Weinberg, executive coach and the founder of the MindLight Group, LLC. Her focus is on helping executive leadership teams to find, implement and mentor dignity, leadership and personal power in the workplace. With over 20 years of experience, Esther has developed a unique training and mentorship ability that helps executives deal with current challenges today’s companies are faced with. Her mission is to bring back dignity and mentorship into the workplace.

Our topics include:

  • Why is dignity such an important aspect of the workplace?
  • Is lack of dignity an unintentional occurrence?
  • The three triggers that disrupt our ability to receive feedback.
  • The five A’s of preparing for a productive and safe conversation.

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Our guest for this week is Michele Molitor, executive confidence coach, career growth expert, bestselling author, and founder and CEO of Nectar Consulting, Inc., a coaching and consulting company. Michele’s named her methods Rapid Rewiring, as they are based on the principles of the Rapid Transformational Therapy, pioneered by the renowned therapist Marisa Peer. She is currently cooperating with Marisa Peer and helping her develop a Rapid Transformational Coach Training Program. Michele is also the co-author of the bestselling book ‘Breakthrough Healing’, which focuses on depicting the effectiveness of alternative medicine practices and the benefits they can have on our mental and overall health.

Our topics include:

  • The 3 things entrepreneurs need to know about the neuroscience behind success.
  • What is Rapid Rewiring and how is it helping executives build confidence and preserve mental health?
  • How should we approach dealing with negative beliefs and self-talk?
  • Michele’s journey from a creative director in web development to becoming an executive confidence coach.

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Today we’re joined by Dionna Dorsey, a creative designer, entrepreneur and founder of the District of Clothing. Dionna’s primary focus is Dionna Dorsey Design, a personal brand under which she aims to strategically create, develop, and nurture brands in a variety of sectors via timeless and innovative design strategies. She uses simplicity, consistency, and inspiring design to support clients in their brand development through creative services.

Our topics include:

  • How did the District of Clothing come to be?
  • What should you consider before starting your own brand?
  • How to handle and fight against perfectionism in everyday work?

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Today we are joined by Krystal Stowe, a blogger, a fellow podcaster, and the founder of Brown Skin Mom. Krystal is on a mission is to empower moms all over, especially first-time mothers, with witty advice and facts to keep them up to date on the ins and outs of parenting.

 

Our topics include:

  • What is Brown Skin Mom and what it has to offer?
  • How to find the right balance between your career and raising a family.
  • What to expect in future episodes, starting with the Fatherhood Month Special?

 

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Our guest for this week is Joan Wilmer, an HR Executive and a Community Advocate. She is also a successful entrepreneur and she currently co-owns multiple franchises located in Maryland and West Virginia. Over the past two decades, she’s built an impressive rapport at organizations including The Federal Reserve Board, CBRE, Caesars Entertainment, American Red Cross, Toyota and Citigroup, holding the titles of Senior HR Business Partner via The Federal Reserve Board; Greater Southeastern HR Leader via CBRE; Vice President of HR via Caesars Entertainment; HR Director via American Red Cross; CSC Eastern Region HR Leader via Toyota and both Assistant Vice President and Vice President (and other promotional roles) of HR via Citigroup.

 

Our topics include:

  • What key factors played a role in Joan’s rapid ascent in the corporate world?
  • The basic conditions for establishing a quality mentorship process.
  • Joan’s personal experiences with mentorship.
  • The struggles that women of color are facing daily in the business world, and how to overcome them.

 

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For this week’s episode, we met with Mo Seetubtim. She is the founder of the Happiness Planner, a planner/journal designed to help you live a happy, inspired, and truly fulfilled life by embracing the power of positive thinking, mindfulness, gratitude, and self-development. Recently, the Happiness Planner company launched an app!

Our topics include:

  • The story behind the making of the Happiness Planner.
  • What are the key ingredients that will help you grow a stronger following?
  • How should a small team approach cooperating with a large brand?
  • Useful productivity apps, hacks, tips and tricks that will help you in your daily work.
  • The future of the Happiness Planner.

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On this week’s podcast, we talked with Nicole Holland, also known as the Modern Marketing Specialist. From correctional officer to a full-blown marketing guru, her career path is truly an inspiration, and full of exciting stories.

 

Being a self-starter herself, Nicole is a big believer in sweat equity. Throughout the show, she shares helpful tips on how you can turn passion projects into profitable ventures.

We also discussed what it takes to become a thought leader. What lies beneath the notion itself, and under what circumstances will it boost your social media reach and help you grow your business?

 

This podcast will prove, without doubt, why Nicole was named one of the 50 Must-Follow Women Entrepreneurs of 2017 by Huffington Post. Enjoy!

 

Connect with Nicole: Website | Twitter

 

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Have you been worrying about social media engagement and how things have changed? Tune into this interview with Sharon Hadden from Social Savvy Consulting Group, LLC.

 

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In her new book, How Did I Not See This Coming? A Manager’s Guide to Avoiding Total Disaster, Katy Tynan unlocks the truths about management, showing that first-time managers are basically on a journey without a map. It’s not that employers aren’t investing in their new managers, she says, or that the people in leadership don’t care, but they are no longer close to the raw experience of being a new manager. What’s more, most management books are written by experts who lack the memory of first-time failure.

 

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About Katy:

Katy Tynan is an author, speaker, consultant and coach, and an internationally recognized expert on how work is evolving. In a world where 70% of employees are disengaged, Katy helps organizations ditch out of date management practices and create an inspiring, engaging culture.

Over her 20-year career in IT and operations consulting, Katy has advised hundreds of organizations on how to find innovative solutions leveraging technology and human capital for competitive advantage. Katy has been part of multiple successful startup exits including Winphoria Networks (acquired by Motorola in 2003) and Thrive Networks (acquired by Staples in 2007).

Katy is the author of Survive Your Promotion! The 90 Day Success Plan for New Managers, and her upcoming book How Did I Not See This Coming? A New Manager’s Guide to Avoiding Total Disaster.

 

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