25 Burst results for "Gail Carson"

How to Find Yourself and Live Regret Free in 2019

Living Regret Free

05:08 min | 1 year ago

How to Find Yourself and Live Regret Free in 2019

"This is Gail Carson. And I'm here to welcome. You the first of the year on living regret free. And you know that I am all about that. And we're looking at two thousand nineteen as a year of change. I mean, everything has changing around us. And those of you who are listening. You know, it's very interesting because we hear so many dire messages over the media, whether it be print or whether it be online or whether it be through broadcast media or on a show like this. And when I talk about living regret free. I really talk about the things that make you happy. And that's what I'm all about. I want you to do things that other people tell you to do. In other words, there are always people who are judging you, and there are always people who are saying, oh, you shouldn't do this or you should do that or things like that. The important thing is that you yourself need to make the decisions that you want to make your life better. Now. Those of you who read my blog and read my newsletter, you know, that I don't necessarily believe in new year resolutions, I do believe in and I don't necessarily believe in actual goal. Setting. I believe in writing down what you visualize as your dream life. It has to be realistic. It has to be attainable. It has to be a lot of things. But when you set goals, there's all kinds of things that come up that sidetrack you could be health issues. It could be financial it could be personal. There might be people in your life that come into it that you need to care for or make things go for you. But the important thing is if you have an idea of what it is you want to accomplish if you have an idea of where you wanna go if you have an idea of how you want your life to look, then you've got something to work towards, and I think the biggest question that you have to ask yourself is does this have anything. To do with where I want to go. Now, there's a lot of things that come up in your life. I mean, there are new people new friends new opportunities, maybe new job offers. And I know that many times you look at something. And you say, well, you know, do am I really interested in this. Maybe it makes financial sense or maybe it makes emotional set or maybe even makes sense in terms of of your health. But you have to ask yourself that important question. And that's what I've been doing lately more than any other times. And that is. Does this have anything to do with where I want to go? And I'll give you a really good example. Many of you know, that I worked as a professional speaker for over thirty years. I worked in fifty countries I work in forty nine states. I adored every single minute of it. And you have no idea how hard it was to go from one place to another because I was doing a hundred and thirty five programs a year, and that's a lot of programs because you've got to give yourself a day to travel back and forth and so forth. And now more than anything else when I'm interested. In is what I'm doing now on the radio and radio and television has become my focus, and although I love to speak, and if someone asked me to do a speech, I will do it. And if I you know, if someone says, you know, this is a really important event. And we really want you there. I will do it. It's not my focus anymore because I at this point in my life, don't wanna be running all over the place. It's not that easy to get from one place to another anymore with all the, you know, rules and regulations, and you can't switch from one airline to the other as you used to be able to do gosh. I remember times when I would even get an plane. I don't even know if they knew I was there because an airline what they just run across the the terminal and get on the plane. They know you're coming, and I would think okay. And no one even asked me for a ticket or anything. Now, of course, all of that is impossible. So my value system has changed. And what I love doing is. I love doing the media. I love doing radio. I love doing television. I love doing, you know, webinars where I can consider behind the computer and talk to all of you and teach you things and those are the things that I like to do. So when people say, you know, I have this brand new program that I want you to take or there's this new discovery that will make all the difference in your career. I say to myself does this have anything to do with what I want to do in the future.

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"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

"You get the call to be on radio or TV which I think is extremely important if you'd like to contact me personally drop me a line at Gail Carson. That's G A Y L E Gail Carson thirteen at gmaiLcom or go to my website, WWW dot spunky old brawd dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter. My guest today is Melinda. Kelly, and she's the author of binding your coaching diving deep within she watched the dance deduction of success in her L a world where award season is a thing in the real world. It often seems happy as can be just as fast and bleeding as except why why do people here one person, but not another. What makes one person command the room yet? Another be considered a bore with extensive time in leadership development in volunteering. She found the interplay of oats personalities and outcomes within and between people to be a kaleidoscope of ability encountering her own crisis of direction, led her to a personal journey of questions. Binding your coach diving deep within is her first collection on those discoveries. Welcome melinda. How are you? I am very well. Thank you. And thank you. So very. Much for the invitation to be here into chat with you. Well, I have a question. And that is then you know, I love those. Well, I'm wondering what led you to write the book, you know, when you talk about, you know, finding your coach diving deep within as a coach myself, I've had many coaches, and I know that you've had many coaches, but what made you to write this particular book. Well, as I started to go down my road. You know, we're all thoughtful intelligent people, and we all go and look for great advice. And that led me to speaking with people. And I realized one of my issues was my entire life. I had been told by should right. Oh, that's exciting. But it's also daunting because you don't wanna disappoint people. And as I went to seminar conference or webinar, sometimes everything seemed fabulous. And sometimes I felt like I'd spend my time doing nothing, but there were people getting a lot. So I had to ask what what was missing. And as I sat there one meeting speaking with the woman afterwards, I realized it'd be very easy to just make my life going to conferences taking nothing in am. I thought that's not what I wanted. So what was going on that? I'm not getting what I need. And then I realized if the only constant in the room is me, maybe it's neat. Which none of us like to think is the case. I was just going to say, you know, that's kind of shocking experience to all of us when we say, well, this didn't work and this didn't work and this didn't work and the common denominator is us. So it can't be me. Exactly. So I'm sorry Prego on. No, no, no. So so how did that work into the book will be amusing thing is I was originally writing a little tail on fiction? And this just wanted to be written. And I will tell you. I've heard that said by people, and I think oh, yeah. Really? And I now have had to eat my words because I understand sometimes things just wanna be and real quickly. I just sorta felt some of the experiences. I was having our universals and wanted to share it. Well, that's a good reason. Melinda. You know? I mean, I know that there is a course, you know, this is a a women in business show. So people are going to want to know, how's it supply to your work? And and what you do. And I know that you have certain feelings about various tests like Myers, Briggs Berkman, and so forth. I've always used the disc profile, I prefer that. And then I think it's so much easier to understand than Myers Briggs and some of the others. But how do you feel about the various tests available where do they fit into business and so forth? I think they are fabulous starting place. I was on a board..

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"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

"You get the call to be on radio or TV which I think is extremely important if you'd like to contact me personally drop me a line at Gail Carson. That's G A Y L E Gail Carson thirteen at gmaiLcom or go to my website, WWW dot spunky old brawd dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter. My guest today is Melinda. Kelly, and she's the author of binding your coaching diving deep within she watched the dance deduction of success in her L a world where award season is a thing in the real world. It often seems happy as can be just as fast and bleeding as except why why do people here one person, but not another. What makes one person command the room yet? Another be considered a bore with extensive time in leadership development in volunteering. She found the interplay of oats personalities and outcomes within and between people to be a kaleidoscope of ability encountering her own crisis of direction, led her to a personal journey of questions. Binding your coach diving deep within is her first collection on those discoveries. Welcome melinda. How are you? I am very well. Thank you. And thank you. So very. Much for the invitation to be here into chat with you. Well, I have a question. And that is then you know, I love those. Well, I'm wondering what led you to write the book, you know, when you talk about, you know, finding your coach diving deep within as a coach myself, I've had many coaches, and I know that you've had many coaches, but what made you to write this particular book. Well, as I started to go down my road. You know, we're all thoughtful intelligent people, and we all go and look for great advice. And that led me to speaking with people. And I realized one of my issues was my entire life. I had been told by should right. Oh, that's exciting. But it's also daunting because you don't wanna disappoint people. And as I went to seminar conference or webinar, sometimes everything seemed fabulous. And sometimes I felt like I'd spend my time doing nothing, but there were people getting a lot. So I had to ask what what was missing. And as I sat there one meeting speaking with the woman afterwards, I realized it'd be very easy to just make my life going to conferences taking nothing in am. I thought that's not what I wanted. So what was going on that? I'm not getting what I need. And then I realized if the only constant in the room is me, maybe it's neat. Which none of us like to think is the case. I was just going to say, you know, that's kind of shocking experience to all of us when we say, well, this didn't work and this didn't work and this didn't work and the common denominator is us. So it can't be me. Exactly. So I'm sorry Prego on. No, no, no. So so how did that work into the book will be amusing thing is I was originally writing a little tail on fiction? And this just wanted to be written. And I will tell you. I've heard that said by people, and I think oh, yeah. Really? And I now have had to eat my words because I understand sometimes things just wanna be and real quickly. I just sorta felt some of the experiences. I was having our universals and wanted to share it. Well, that's a good reason. Melinda. You know? I mean, I know that there is a course, you know, this is a a women in business show. So people are going to want to know, how's it supply to your work? And and what you do. And I know that you have certain feelings about various tests like Myers, Briggs Berkman, and so forth. I've always used the disc profile, I prefer that. And then I think it's so much easier to understand than Myers Briggs and some of the others. But how do you feel about the various tests available where do they fit into business and so forth? I think they are fabulous starting place. I was on a board..

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Jenny Deloy

Women in Business

03:25 min | 2 years ago

Jenny Deloy

"Hello and welcome to women in business where we interview entrepreneurs and senior managers and show you the straits successes, obstacles and roadblocks, women experience in business since I believe every person in business needs to be visible, I'd like to invite you to watch WWW dot SOB. Six. That's the number six tips dot com. Which will give you some valuable information. Should you get the call to be on radio or TV, which I think is extremely important if you'd like to contact me personally, drop me a line at Gail Carson. That's g. a. y. l. e. Gail Carson thirteen at gmail.com or go to my website WWW dot spunky old brawd dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter. My guest today is Jenny Deloite. She's the office, managing partner in Chicago and partner in charge of assurance services and the SEC practice group for the mid west region of Mark accountants and advisors. She also represents the mid west region on the firm's national diversity program board. She was named one of Chicago's most influential women accountants in two thousand seventeen by Crain's Chicago business. She's a contributing author, DeMarcus, SEC insights, newsletter and leads technical training programs for firm associates, welcome Jenny. Thank scale preceded it. You know. Well, I guess the first question I really need to ask you is why you chose county as a. Yeah. So we back when I was about off more in high school and at the time I had, I was taking a lot of math courses actually, and I was very interested in potentially pursuing a career in that area. And I had asked my teacher at the time in calculus, what's what I could do with a degree in math, and I'm sure he rattled off a bunch of different things. But the main thing you talked about was becoming a teacher and I was very interested in pursuing business already at the time and thought, you know, that's not quite for me. Let me think about some other options. And that seemed time I took a career placement test where they ask you a whole bunch of questions about, you know, your personality likes, dislikes, and the answer came up about ninety five percent accounting. So I thought, well, that probably is a good fit for me and they ended up enrolling in an accounting course shortly thereafter and enjoyed it and have pursued it every. Wow, that's interesting. My sister was a math major. Then she changed over to philosophy which was very different. And I've, yes. Jenny at adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing, but give me owl Jabbar calculus or trigonometry, forget it. I am going to be the last person on the totem pole. So I have that ability. But also I would think that most people think of accounting as a dry field. So is it. Yeah, I hear that a lot. You know. And fact it's quite the opposite. I think there's, you know, thought of you out there of the old time. You know, bookkeepers, that sit in an office and just plug away at numbers all day and and balanced, Fred sheets and things like that. And it's really not at all like that. We did challenged every day, you know, I walk in the door. I think I know what I'm going to do that day and something presents, you know, immediately and my whole day changes, which I love. So it just gives me a lot of challenges. We get to do just a real variety of types of work and work with different clients, different personalities. There's just so much more to it than the number crunching. If you will, we, we really have to get to know people as individuals learn how to work with everyone. Both our internal team members as well as our clients. And you know you just you just do so many different things on a day-to-day basis that you know. I find extremely interesting. We, you know, I think with all the movies and TV shows that have all of these mysteries involved with them. I've always been fascinated by forensic accounting, you know, because you can really catch somebody with that. But I don't know if you go into that arena at all or not, but I would ask you, so you said you really love what you do, what's been the most satisfying about it? Yeah, I think there's, there's a lot of different things I think heard of it is I've seen in my self out of personal growth, even coming out of school and going into field of accounting. I had no idea how much of the, you know, squirrel, Susko, sales skills, marketing things of that nature were involved in in particular in public accounting.

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"gail carson" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"In on their, you'll find my online classes on idea costs called healing with shockers where we go through the basic traditional obedience training for the seven main dog behaviors. But then we also each week go deeper on the energy and beliefs of each shock GRA. So it's a great way to kind of jump into this community who wants to look at the humans energy along with traditional training for the pets. If you're in. The Los Angeles area. I'm local. But like I said, I do a lot of remote sessions in online sessions and if you log into pet product com on the homepage, there's a little icon, but the microphone and if you click on that, it just ask if you've heard me on a podcast or interview, and there's a free gift, which is the top seven things that animals want you to know because in my work of animal communication, some messages have come through over in over. So I hope people enjoy those. Fantastic. So if you go to her website at Frana dot com p. r. a. n. a. dot com, you will see a little microphone icon and you click that and you will get information about what your pet wants you to know, which I think is absolutely fantastic. I think that's great. Well, you'd have a a big delight in worker you with my two little kitties and what am I getting. To a new location where they allow me to have a dog. I will be back in the dog business. So fans. Ass when my kids were little, I three kids five dogs and three cats. So you can imagine, wow, total zoo has been a delight, interviewing you, Denise. I hope everybody goes to your site pet pronto dot com. And thanks so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me and sharing your stories in your audience with the appreciate it. Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy today's show. I choose my guest carefully. So if you have someone you'd like me to interview, please drop me a line at Gail Carson thirteen at Jamal dot com. In the meantime, check out my intro program mindset matters at WWW dot SOB mindset dot com. See you next week.

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Arlene Gale

Women in Business

11:54 min | 2 years ago

Arlene Gale

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Atara Malach -- The author of A Working Mothers GPS A Guide to Parenting Success

Living Regret Free

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Atara Malach -- The author of A Working Mothers GPS A Guide to Parenting Success

"Hi everyone. This is Dr. Carson welcome to living. Regret free a program that shows you how to live a better and more joyful life as an added bonus. I invite you to listen to an introduction to my mindset matters program which ties into this sub. Well, go to WWW dot SOB mindset dot com. It's free and I know you will enjoy it if you'd like to contact me personally, drop me a line at Gail Carson thirteen at g mail dot com or go to my website, WWW dot spunky, old, broad dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter. My guest today is Tara moloch, and Atara is really an interesting interesting person that we have today because her passion is working with working mothers and guiding them along the many stages of their work life journey. It's always been her focus that of successful parenting. And so she founded a parenting academy at the beginning of her professional career and created a curriculum for more than six hundred families who participated in weekly classes each year. And now she has a new book called a working mothers, GPS a guy to parenting success for that modern working mom. So welcome Atara.

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Does your workplace burn you out?

Living Regret Free

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Does your workplace burn you out?

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Running a successful business takes the right software and branding

Women in Business

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Running a successful business takes the right software and branding

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"gail carson" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"Hi everyone this is dr carson welcome to living regret free a program that shows you how to live a better and more joyful life as an added bonus i invite you to listen to an introduction to my mindset matters program which ties into this sub well go to www dot sob mindset dot com it's free and i know you will enjoy it if you'd like to contact me personally drop me a line at gail carson thirteen at g mail dot com or go to my website www dot spunky old broad dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter my guest today is genetic murata phd she is a clinical psychologist speaker workshop facilitator and the author of two books including a fertile pass guiding the journey with mindfulness and compassion in her work she shares the lessons of her own healing journey through infertility and those of the women and men she's worked with to bring the teaching and practice of mindfulness to the challenge of fertility welcome dr murata thank you i'm so glad to be here with you you know i was looking and reading a lot about you and i was just just amazed at kind of what you've been through and what you practice and so forth so i guess i'm just going to start off by asking you what inspired you to write this book well i was fired by my both personal and professional experience so almost thirty years ago my husband and i experienced our own infertility challenge and lasted for six years in an included multiple miscarriages ivf donor ivf so that's what the of a donor adoption and then finally would work out for us with us forest service so my daughter's twenty three at this point and during that time i had a really difficult time coping and tried everything to be okay so that included counseling and.

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"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

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"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

"Say what they have to say in three minutes or less and you have a longer time on radio but on tv you've got three minutes maybe two minutes and if you don't get your points out then people don't have any idea of what you are on there for and believe me some of the hosts will try to sidetrack you i mean you will have to be able to just pivot on a dime to get back to where you want to talk about and what you want to say so all of this is you know it's just a part of of who i am and what i'm doing and i'm hoping that some of the things i said today made sense for you and help you in making some decisions that you're going to reach in the next let's say three to six months and what is the best way to get in touch with me well first of all you can go to my website which is spunky old brawd dot com just the way it says spunky old brawd dot com and you can fill out a contact form there or you can always email me at gale and you know that's g a y l e gail carson thirteen at mail dot com and just request a thirty minute call if you'd like to have a conversation if you'd like to just chat a bit and see if you're on the right track see of what you have in mind works for you i'm all for that i am all for that so if you if you would like to do that i would be happy to respond we'll set up a time we'll have a conversation just like we're doing right now and i think that will really be helpful for you and i would love doing that i just love helping people and love talking with people so two different areas coaching women fifty plus and coaching for radio and television and that's male cemil any age because you can all down tv or on the radio to talk about what you were an expert in but that's the key you really do have to be an expert so i hope you've been enjoying the regular shows that we have.

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The top differences between men and women in business

Women in Business

02:02 min | 2 years ago

The top differences between men and women in business

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"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

"That's all that's important so i want to i just wanna to tell you that there is all of that in everybody's life the other thing which i also think is is very important is the fact that you've got to be able to look at what's going on in the world today there's a lot there's a lot more opportunity than when i started in fact a very few women were in business i started in business in nineteen fifty nine so there were very few fairy few people in business and i remember when i started even on the on the platform doing paid professional speaking that was nineteen eighty and there were very few women speakers at that time and i was one of twelve that were certified to do tom peters program in search of excellence and for some reason every time we went into a city and did the program they expected tom peters to be there which of course was ridiculous because it wasn't going to be there and when i came out not only was i not tom peters but i was not even a man and those days i had to wear that needy bruce blue with that little tie and of course maybe it was my worst color but i had to wear it because that establishes already i had got my doctorate so that gave me credibility you know 'cause i was dr gail carson and i took my power pose and let me tell you there is a power stance with your feet apart and looking directly at the audience and i would say good morning i'm dr gail carson and i am here to teach you excellence well that's all i had to say i mean i had what seven seconds ten seconds and if they didn't like me then say weren't going to like me at all and some did and some didn't but it got better as i did more and more and more of those programs however the doctor gave me the credibility to suit gave me credibility the stance gave me credibility and then i did an excellent program because i knew what i was talking about so there are all those things that you go into but there are a lot there's a lot more competition today and there's a lot more entrepreneurial feeling which i happen to think is terrific.

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"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

"Hello and welcome to women in business where we interview entrepreneurs and senior managers and show you the straits successes obstacles and roadblocks women experience in business since i believe every person in business needs to be visible i'd like to invite you to watch www dot sob six that's the number six tips dot com which will give you some valuable information should you get the call to be on radio or tv which i think is extremely important if you'd like to contact me personally drop me a line at gail carson that's g a y l e gail carson thirteen at gmailcom or go to my website www dot spunky old brawd dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter hi everybody it's scale carson and i know that you hear me all the time on the radio and i'm usually interviewing other people however i thought today that i would do a segment on women in business because i've been in women and women in business for over fifty years and i thought i would talk about my journey and a little bit of what's going on now in society and some of the things that i hope will help you and let you look out for things in your future i start it's interesting because i had no business background at all i had a lot of moxie that i had but i had no business background i also had a lot of confidence and the confidence came from well going to the right school i went to emerson college in boston and while it emerson it was a performance school and i majored in theater and speech and broadcasting so i had to do the equivalent of seventeen public appearances a week and.

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"gail carson" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

SOBRadio Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

"Training on something you know technical and these kids knew at all i mean you know they were not beginners they have been brought up on tablets and and you know other technical things so they knew all of this stuff and they came in thinking they were gonna learn something new and of course they didn't the other part of the audience was more adult you know older and they were thinking this was the greatest things pizza so you know it's wasn't his fault he was told one thing and then the planner or the person who hired him never told him about the other audience but this happens i mean and you have to be able to be aware of it people are texting while you are speaking this is very discourteous this is not good but it happens all day long and you need to be aware of it so these are all things that you know they were just not around when i started out but you have to do that and it isn't just because you're good you're going to get booked it isn't just because people know you you're gonna get booked you have to have a subject that is different from everybody else it's doing what you do you have to have the right subject for the right audience you have to be i would say today when you are starting out you're probably one of fifty or a hundred people they're considering and you know i know some of you think well i get a speakers bureau or i can get an agent no you can't until your speaker bureau gets three quest for you a half a dozen times do you know gail carson have you heard her speak i really want carson that's when gail carson senate be represented by speakers bureau and not before so you're going to have to do this all on your own or you can hire a virtual assistant al q but of course that's an expense but you're going to have to to take that expense in the beginning.

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"gail carson" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

SOBRadio Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

"Welcome to the sob radio show where we have fun interesting guests and hot topics each week we offer insights into music fashion health fitness and humor do you have the perfect guest for us to interview i want to know drop me a line on our facebook page at spunky oh broad one or reach out to me on our website at spunky oh broad dot com and now back to the show hi everybody this is gail carson and hopefully you know who i am by this time but if not i am a host on a few of the radio shows that you listen to the women in business show and living regret free and of course the founder sob radio dot com and a lot of other things that we're doing at this point and it occurred to me that it might be important for you to understand why you need to get on radio and why you need to be on tv and in media generally now i do a lot of blogging i do a lot of i'm not an expert at all by any means and social media but i try to see where there are opportunities to be quoted and so forth so i deal with you know harrow help reporter out and so forth and i can honestly say that between the broadcasting that i do and the writing that i do that i am probably in the media three hundred out of three hundred sixty five days a year that's a lot and i'm always being asked to be a guest columnist or to contribute to an idea or actually be guest on someone else's radio show or webinar and so forth so i wanna talk about all of those different things because they are all part of building your name who what you are in what you're all about so let's take since this is a radio show let's talk about radio i now i'm always.

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"gail carson" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"When like number little bit and i think that's that's the key so i wanted to keep everybody again you were website is improv i am are lovie speaker dot com or if they're looking for the books it's the monster myth and mohan s t e r m y t h s dot com and your email would be karen improv at yahoo dot com so that kinda gives that kind of gives everybody something that they can can look at and be aware of and i just i could never do improv i don't think although i've been called on tate yeah i called on stage and and with you know with a with what they call me to do i can do it but to do it from the beginning when i would have to come up with all the beginning is that that i think is a little more difficult and i think the background that you have a corporate britt and sticking and broadcasting and you know the writing i it and the improv era blend of the best and i think that your children's books must just be amazing well thank you thank you so much but i think you're amazing you're disrupting aging no you really are you should be the poster child for that well thank you and again i just wanna make sure everybody knows how to reach you and again she will be giving you a discount of twenty percent if you mentioned the show with you go to the kids some of the books and she will also be happy to give you something on living happier in a regret free life so we wanna thank you so much again karen enjoy enjoy yourself because i know that you will and thanks for being a guest today thank you dr gale and they can also follow me on facebook if they liked but thank you so much and thanks for bringing these wonderful sessions to people because this is what we all need not mind but everybody else's so thank you i appreciate you thanks for listening and i hope you enjoy today's show i choose my guest carefully so if you have someone you'd like me to interview please drop me a line at gail carson thirteen at dumol dot com in the.

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"gail carson" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"Hi everyone this is dr carson welcome to living regret free a program that shows you how to live a better and more joyful life as an added bonus i invite you to listen to an introduction to my mindset matters program which ties into this sub well go to www dot sob mindset dot com it's free and i know you will enjoy it if you'd like to contact me personally drop me a line at gail carson thirteen at g mail dot com or go to my website www dot spunky old broad dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter my guest today is karen bell brady and karen is a mother a wife and author a speaker an improv performer and a trainer she loves her very busy life and adores her family but finds the only way to fill it all in is to laugh her time is divided between family life and career and says there is absolutely no way to balance it all so chuck that idea interestingly she studied at second city in chicago she's a former radio host a communication specialist for chrysler talia ward recipient and traveled with working women magazine she's also done thousands of voice overs for commercials to computer games she still teaches improv but her main focus has now become her children's books well welcome karen and you have done it all we'll take you dr gallon so exciting to be here with you but honestly i don't know i think i should be interviewing you because i think you're amazing oh my gosh well thank you but the important thing is you know all these different things you've done so let's start off with your childhood you you you you move to loss so how did that.

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"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

"Two one two eight six five eight that's eight five eight two one two eight six five eight you can give me a call directly and i'll chat with you about the process learn a little bit about your book we can talk and see if it's right for you but it's a wonderful way to get into the world of audio and a whole new batch of fame i think it's wonderful that i am going to be in touch with you kimberly about doing one of my oh we just gotta figure out got five books and i've gotta figure out which is the one that i really wanna hit the market with so that's something we'll talk about but if he's really ever thought about doing something like this and look here is a mother son team it is so gratifying to see something like this because it's an education for both of you both you and a child no i think it's wonderful so i wanna thank you so much for being with us kimberly it was a an education for us and hopefully people will be in touch with if you and thank you so much for your entrepreneuring spirit gail thank you for having me you are sent a delight to work with i've enjoyed your positive personality and you are doing such a great service here i really appreciate your time with me and i can't wait to see where you're taking this next thanks a lot give really thanks for listening to women in business i hope you enjoyed today's show and if you have any suggestions as to who you'd like to have as a guest just email me at gail carson thirteen at g mail dot com be sure to check out www dot so v six tips dot com and in the meantime go to www dot spunky old broad dot com to see the resources i have for you.

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How a women and her 15-year-old son built their business

Women in Business

01:59 min | 2 years ago

How a women and her 15-year-old son built their business

"Hi everyone my guest today is kimberly hop shied and kimberly is a ceo of i'm hearing stories a fan neko based mother son audiobook production company they help authors yet they're published book for deuce as audio books and work with self published authors as well as others who have publishers she can create and launch audio book for you in about ninety days and and live on a limited budget which is even better if you are a published author this is a chance to get your book out to listeners where they buy their audio books on amazon and audible audio books are two point six billion dollar industry and only five percent of books have an audio book done so you can open up a whole new batch of fans and audio book listeners and reduce your competition by ninety five percent the goal of i'm hearing stories is he gets you a new revenue stream and a new market at fans from your existing book well kimberly that's very ambitious and the fact that you are in it with your son is even better that's a little well bit gail thank you unusual so much for isn't the wonderful it introduction and yes my son is sixteen years old now he was fifteen and a half when we started the business together last summer and yet it has been just a delight to work together and create something something unusual as you say and something that has been a great entrepreneurial task for him wow well you know i think i mean this is something i may talk to you about myself because i would be interested in this but how did you get started i mean this is not something that you just wake up saying hey i want to do this that's a great question so yeah as i was mentioning last summer my son was fifteen and a half and we were entering the summer and when that happens i'm an entrepreneur myself i have a time business doing other things and i and when he was entering the summer sixteen fifteen and a half is just a little too young to get a summer job because normally they're looking for people who are sixteen and it's too old for all that stuff we used to do with summer camps and things because those you know for fifteen and a half year old that's lame now right so unless you want to be a counselor well good point really good point so so we had you know discussions about some different options where he might create something that was a business out of the home with a very low start up budget and we did some research on the internet and he found the idea of doing audio books online himself narrating them and so he and i went into the business of auditioning for and creating audio books and it was a really fun home business and we got more business than we could handle so this long story short as the summer came to a close we had authors that were reaching out to ask asking if we knew anybody else that there was anybody that they could find to do their audio books and authors wanting to learn how it could be done and through that process we came up with a way to more this business that can be done where we are now connecting rather than do producing the audiobooks ourselves or narrating ourselves we're helping the narrators get connected with authors and vice versa so so that's how it got started

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"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

"End to end to keep yourself from doing something that you know that if you feel like you could learn it honestly that you should go for it because you're absolutely right you know learning if you know you can learn something in you know you can deliver you should not sell yourself short and i think that's also the approach i've taken business is one of the reasons why we're so adaptable is because we are willing to out there learning all the time that's such a big focus for us at one of our values is brains and we're always in conferences seminars and learning were never afraid to say you know this is new but we are we feel strongly that this is gonna gonna produce a good result and and even the were new to this we have the the expertise to learn it quickly implemented on implemented for you and with digital if something doesn't work you can you can always try something else and i think that's also a good philosophy for life well with that you've heard it from army and she is great at all of this so thanks for being with us today and i hope that a lot of people take advantage of your offers very generous thank you for having me gail it was a pleasure to be on okay thanks a lot or i go by thanks for listening to women in business i hope you enjoy today's show and if you have any suggestions as to who you'd like to have as a guest just email me at gail carson thirteen at g mail dot com be sure to check out www dot sob six tips dot com and in the meantime go to www dot spunky old broad dot com to see the resources i have for you.

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"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Women in Business

"Hello and welcome to women in business where we interview entrepreneurs and senior managers and show you the straits successes obstacles and roadblocks women experience in business since i believe every person in business needs to be visible i'd like to invite you to watch www dot sob six that's the number six tips dot com which will give you some valuable information should you get the call to be on radio or tv which i think is extremely important if you'd like to contact me personally drop me a line at gail carson that's g a y l e gail carson thirteen at gmailcom or go to my website www dot spunky old brawd dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter by today is melissa check oh clients have called melissa the recruiter extraordinaire for going beyond the job description to focus on what clients want to contribute and accomplish and how hoping them hire great people who can make a real difference in their organizations her goal is to help businesses and individuals achieve success and that often happens through connecting clients with candidates who on the surface may not seem like a perfect match but who have the capabilities clients need she listens coaches and ask questions so that she's not only understood as a person experience and skills are related to her but also their individual talents values and ask for asians through this ability to listen with empathy she helps clients visualize their success and discover people and opportunities that bring more to their organizations than they ever thought possible welcome to the show melissa how are you today i'm great thank you gail i appreciate the great introduction no problem and i know it's not easy being a recruiter i know that.

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"gail carson" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"Wonderful i think that's a wonderful offer that's fantastic so if you wanna phone call with susan and believe me folks you do wanna phone call with food than do get in touch with her because she's fabulous and she can help you in so many ways and she's such a good person has so many great ideas i definitely recommend this you know susan i wish i for my fate i wish he was still in san diego but i really look forward to your because you know one of my clients is somebody that you know very well rick subsidiary and made me out with us that would sound wonderful and i played with all the your case that would be wonderful so again if you want to find season she's all over social media you can email her right is it okay pay email you absolutely that's probably the best way to reach me and then we can connect from on my phone from there they an tap that well see at susan gilbert dot com thanks for being with us today i really am so we were able to do it and i may surprise you and come up here one of these times so we'll see what happens i hope you do because in the meantime wonderful thanks so much thank you thanks for listening and i hope you enjoy today's show i choose my guests carefully so if you have someone you'd like me to interview please drop me a line at gail carson thirteen at jamal dot com in the meantime checkout my intro program mindset matters at www dot sob mindset dot com cenex week.

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"gail carson" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"gail carson" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"Hi everyone this is dr carson welcome to living regret free a program that shows you how to live a better and more joyful life as an added bonus i invite you to listen to an introduction to my mindset matters program which ties into this sub well go to www dot sob mindset dot com it's free and i know you will enjoy it if you'd like to contact me personally drop me a line at gail carson thirteen at g mail dot com or go to my website www dot spunky old broad dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter hi everyone this is doctor gail carson welcome to living regret free a program that shows you how to live a better and more joyful life as an added bonus i invite you to listen to an introduction to my mindset matters program which ties into this sub well go to www dot sob mindset dot com it's free and i know you will enjoy it if you'd like to contact me personally drop me a line at gail carson thirteen at g mail dot com or go to my website www dot spunky old broad dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter my guest today is susan gilbert and she has grown many businesses both hers andrew clients online and offline to make proportions using her skills of insight into wishing and years of personal business savvy marketing a top influencer inner industry she's quoted in usa today entrepreneur inc and more and her goal is to guide or creates a bad for you to succeed as well she's the author of the land of i can and co author of the complete idiots guide to starting and running a coffee bar one book concentrates on the power of your mindset and the second practical how needed in business working with off.

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