In this episode we interview Jackie Herigodt, the program and outreach manager for Imerman Angels. She has also been a caregiver to several loved ones with cancer including her mother and these experiences fuel her passion for the Imerman Angels’ mission. We touch on self-care and the benefits of living your passions. Find out more about Imerman Angels at https://imermanangels.org/ and send any questions or comments to email@example.com.
In this episode I interview Adam Hirsen, Co-founder and CEO of UpShow, the Social TV Platform that has become the leading alternative to cable TV for businesses across the country. We touch on entrepreneurship, the future of advertising, how an idea turns into a hobby and then becomes a business, and how running a business truly becomes managing relationships and your team and less about the daily operations. Find out more about UpShow at https://www.upshow.tv/ and send any questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode I interview Natalie Shmulik CEO of The Hatchery, where food businesses grow. We touch on the struggles of restaurant ownership, talent and leadership development, and entrepreneurship in the food industry. Find out more about The Hatchery and tenant applications for their new facility at https://thehatcherychicago.org. Questions, comments, email email@example.com.
In this episode, I interviewed Isaac Lozano, the VP of Operations and Co-Founder of TeaSquares. As a young soul-searching successful entrepreneur, Isaac speaks to the importance of exploring your values and integrating them throughout your personal and professional life. Find out more information about TeaSquares at https://myteasquares.com/. Questions or comments email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode, I interviewed Mel McSherry, a Global Business Development Coach and Speaker. As an entrepreneur since 2010, she has launched two successful businesses, doubled her monthly income, and created a true life by design, all while raising a six-year-old son. We discuss her journey, prioritization, and especially, living for yourself. Find out more information about Mel McSherry at http://www.melissamcsherry.net/. Questions or comments email email@example.com.
In this episode, I interviewed Nicole Vasquez, MBA, who creates workspaces that accelerate productivity, connect people, and inspire collaboration. We discuss her journey into entrepreneurship and all things co-working. Find her on Twitter at @NicoleRVasquez and Instagram at @NicoleReneeV Fnd her companies on Twitter @TheShiftChi, @SecondShiftChi, and @DeskpassHQ. Questions or comments email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode we interviewed Cory Chadwick, the founder of The Personal Greatness Project. We discuss everything from finding your why, empowerment, and strategies to help you realize your potential as your greatest self. For more information go to personalgreatnessproject.com. Questions, comments, email email@example.com
In this episode I interviewed Kim Seltzer, dating and make over expert, and therapist regarding the topic of "your image." Kim Seltzer has helped hundreds of people find lasting love and connection and build valuable relationships using her unique “confidence makeover” process and signature formula, “The Charisma Quotient." Be prepared for a deep dive into all things related to image. Questions, comments, email firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode I have the pleasure of interviewing Bill Banks. We discuss everything from entrepreneurship, perseverance in the face of adversity, and so much more. Get ready for an incredibly intriguing, thought-provoking story. Excuse the audio in the beginning. Questions, comments, email email@example.com
In this episode Neil Mehta, founder and president of Royal Condoms discusses how he started a condom company from the ground up and started living for himself. We discuss everything from working in an industry that may not be the "norm", product testing, and marketing. Find out more about Royal Condoms at https://theroyalc.com/. Questions, comments, email firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode Robert Manni, the author of The Guy's Guy's Guide to Love discusses his novel, and a variety of dynamics that we all struggle with today in the world of dating, relationships, and love. Find out more about him and his work at http://www.robertmanni.com/. Questions, comments, email email@example.com
Matt Wells is the founder of the podcast Slacking Ambition and in this episode we discuss his journey, the podcast Slacking Ambition, and a few things he's learned along the way about living for yourself. Learn more over at SlackingAmbition.com. Questions or comments about the podcast, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bela Gandhi, "the fairy godmother of dating" is the president of Smart Dating Academy, a premiere date & relationship coaching firm. In this episode we discuss red flags in dating, and relationships. If you want to find out more about Bela Gandhi go to www.smartdatingacademy.com/. Questions, comments about the podcast email email@example.com
Ted Gonder is an American entrepreneur and the co-founding CEO of Moneythink, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building the financial capability of young adults through technology-enhanced peer mentorship. In this interview we discuss strategies for financial management, and all things money. If you want to find out more about moneythink, go to moneythink.org/, and if you want to find out more about Ted go to www.tedgonder.com/. Questions, comments about the podcast email firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode, we have the pleasure of interviewing Mark Stefanishyn regarding touch, massage and relationship minimalism. Mark is the founder of Relationship Minimalism: a simple system designed to reverse engineer the female body and make her feel like the luckiest woman alive. He is the host of the Millennial Man Relationship Podcast and his writing has been featured on MindBodyGreen, The Good Men Project, and Elephant Journal. To find out more go to www.markstefanishyn.com/lfy. Questions, comments, email email@example.com
Sarah Suzuki is the Director of Chicago Compass Counseling, and founder of the blog Drink Like a Man. In this episode she joins us to discuss habits, addictions, and power. If you want to find out more about Sarah and her services go to, http://chicagocompasscounseling.com/, and follow her blog at https://www.moderateyourdrinking.com/. Questions, comments about the podcast email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Karin Anderson Abrell, international speaker, author, psychologist, and musician, holds a master's degree in clinical psychology and a doctorate in developmental psychology. She joins us today to discuss how to avoid settling, and everything in-between. Find out more about Dr. Karin Anderson Abrell at www.drkarin.me/ and email her at email@example.com/. Questions, comments, email firstname.lastname@example.org
How do you know when you're dating someone that isn't really dating you but the attention and validation he or she gets from you? In this episode we discuss just that with Melissa Leger, founder and future author of Gumball Love, broadcaster for parachute tv on periscope. Find out more at gumballlove.com, follow her on snapchat, instagram, and periscope. Questions, comments, email email@example.com
Saya Hillman is the founder of Mac & Cheese Productions, a lifestyle company that helps you find your tribe, expand your horizons, and feel fulfilled, mainly through in-person events. In this episode, we discuss the Fear Experiment where you sign up, alone, to learn a skill and then perform in front of 700 people. We touch on reframing and reclaiming adulthood, living in discomfort, motivation, and personal growth. Find out more about Saya, and how to become a producer of your own Fear Experiment at macandcheeseproductions.com. Questions, comments, email firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode I have the pleasure of interviewing Scot McKay of X & Y Communications. We discussed the concept of type, having a type, and the core of what we all want in a relationship. To find out more about Scot McKay go to www.deservewhatyouwant.com; sign up for his newsletter, subscribe to his podcast - The Chick Whisperer, and you can even give him a call for free, click the big red button on his site. Questions or comments, email email@example.com