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Archive 197: Ousmane Ndoye: An Author Knowing How To Keep It Real Todays guest solopreneur is a man with a fascinating tale, of hardship, persecution, and a burning desire to create the best life he could hope for.Raised in a small fishing village in Senegal, West Africa, as a child he endured abuse, profound humiliation and the breakup of his parents at the tender age of twoThis is of course is not what any child hopes for, and he found it particularly hard to accept as he looked around at his friends who all seemed to have the family life that he would have wanted.Then later at age five he was taken to live in a compound of more than 100 people, living in extreme close proximity to each other.It was here where he quickly learned to defend himself, and to develop the inner power that he needed to flourish in this unstable environment, where so many people fought for survival on a daily basis.It was a hard, brutal start to his life, but one that he wouldn't allow to determine his future.He knew that he wanted a life in America, and so at the age of 21, with just a few belongs and a gallon of water, he left Senegal, and amazingly managed to walk across the Sahara desert by foot between Algeria and Libya in six arduous days.He had his dream and he wouldn't give up on it.Well he did it, and even now many years after setting foot on the continent he is pushing himself to greater and greater achievements.He is the author of "No Excuses, how to pursue a better life and lift others for a better world", and his "Mile High Momentum" training platform, he is about as far away from his beginning as it possible.But what was it about the American dream that filled him with such hope from his life in Africa?And when he started that walk across the desert did he truly believe that he would be where he is today?Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots, the one and only Mr Ousmane NdoyeLinks:Cover imageClick to view: show page on Awesound
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Archive 194:Emilie Shoop: A Solopreneur Who Knows How To Look For The Good In Everyone Todays guest is a lady who is talking my language when it comes to staff development.If you have listened to a few of the shows, you will have heard me wax lyrical as to why companies focus in on the things that employees can't do, and pretty much ignore the things they can.It seems lunacy to me that strengths are not developed to the highest level possible.But for some reason they are not.Well, our guest found that same belief when she was in her first manager role, and whilst sitting in her office got a phone call from a colleague.Her colleague was extremely upset as she had just received her annual performance review and felt beat up and worthless.She shared that she had been barely recognized for the things she was good at, and marked down for things that just weren’t in her nature.And with these words, our guests life was changed forever “Why can’t they just accept me for who I am? I’m 35 years old, I’m not going to change.”An so with those words ringing in her ear, she set off to change the lives of employees across America.She is a speaker, coach, author and founder of Shoop Training & Consulting so certainly has a lot on her plate at the moment.But what was it about this one employee that really hit home, more than any of the others that she had managed during her corporate life?And how can people find their key strengths in life, and then most importantly convince their management to let them flourish in these areas?Well let's find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots with the one and only Emilie Shoop.Links:Cover imageClick to view: show page on Awesound
Archive 191: Jocelyn Paonita: Showing Students How To Be Debt Free Everywhere Todays guest is a lady, who believes that entering into adult life with a solid education is extremely advisable, but entering into adultlife with the debt that education brings is not.She was a college graduate who ended her education with zero student loans.What I hear you say.....no student loans how is that possible!Well, hang on a minute as if you think that sounds inplausible then consider that not only was her college bill paid for but she actually got paid to go to school too.As the first in her family, she had to figure out the scholarship process on her own, and so successfully did this, she now wants to help other students and their families do the same and the first step has been writing the Amazon bestseller "The Scholarship System."This amazing author had detailed in her best selling book details the exact strategies, and insider information that she uncovered which allowed her to bring in over $125,000 in scholarships and financial aid, paying her entire college bill and giving her extra cash each semester.She was able to focus on her higher education rather than constantly worrying about money and how much student loan debt was piling up.But that is just one part of her story as this is a lady who was born to be a solopreneur and has an eye of creating a life that so few people are willing to create, and she is going for it Big time.She is taking huge action, setting big goals and feeling the motivation to take on the world.As she says "Recently I have realized that future options are endless and, while I have always taken advantage of those opportunities in front of me, I am now creating my own."So how does someone come out of the education system with a mind-set so different from so many others, who focus in on a job, and not creating the opportunities that can lead to financial freedom instead?Well let's find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots on the Steve Jobs inspired business podcast, the one and only Jocelyn Paonita.Links:Cover imageClick to view: show page on Awesound
Archive188: Dame DC Cordova: An Author Who Found Success Twice And Courage Daily Coming originally from the South American country of Chile, our guest solopreneur has set out on a path to not only create her dream life, but also to help the world find theirs too!As the founder of “Money & You®,” and other successful financial platforms she knows and shares how we can all develop systems that will accelerate the growth of our businesses.And what she gives us is not just manuals full of structures and systems, but a complete mind-set shift, to believe that success is ours to have.She gives us the "How To" and allows us to set our own goals, taking action everyday.She can rewire us all to think like multi-millionaires.She has appeared on multiple movies, been quoted in hundreds of books, and appeared on radio and TV shows all over the world.But how does a lady come from Chile, move to America, and create a platform of success that crosses the globe and effects students in over 65 countries?How did todays guest learn the skills for success that allude so many people?And that is what I want to talk about today, how someone can think big, dream big and achieve big things, when so many others get stuck before even beginning?Is it that she took chances that other people wouldn't have taken, or simply that she was luckier than most?Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots on the Steve Jobs inspired podcast, with the one and only Dame DC CordovaLinks:Cover imageClick to view: show page on Awesound
Archive 187: Caroline Casey: How To Take Action & Smash Goals When Visibly Impaired Todays guest joining us on todays Steve Jobs inspired podcast is an astonishing lady who delivers, positivity and inspiration to the world everyday of her life.Born with ocular albinism – a condition that has made her legally blind, she managed to hide the issues with her vision until well into her 20’s from her employers, friends and I guess the world.More amazingly, is the fact that she had been legally blind since a child, but it wasn’t until she was 17 that she actually realised it fully too.Her parents upon finding out their newborn daughter had been born with the condition decided that they wouldn’t tell her, as they believed that it would result in both her and others placing limits on what she could achieve in life.And so she lived with the condition, for over ten years, as she graduated and joined an international consultancy firm.But the time came when her eyes deteriorated so much, that she could no longer hide it anymore, and the time would come to change direction, and with that direction set out to change opinions across the world.And I love this about her story, but the realisation of what she should do next in her life came on the top of an elephant whilst travelling 1,000 miles across the country raising funds for Sight Savers.She decided that she would create the non profit organisation Kanchi, named after that very same elephant, that aims to change the attitudes and behaviours towards people with disability by working with business leaders, helping them to see these people as assets to be developed.And now as her star continues to shine brighter and brighter she is highly sought after as an inspirational speaker the world over.So how do you manage from the top of an elephant to see a path that is literally life changing and have the courage to tackle it head on?And where does she feel the most work still needs to be done, as the world accepts and embraces disability in its many forms?Well let’s find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots, the one and only solopreneur Caroline CaseyLinks:Cover imageClick to view: show page on Awesound
Podcast 182: Thomas Umstattd: A Man Who Never Wants To Lose His Curiosity In His Life Todays guest is a man who states that he is a Christ Follower, CEO of Author Media, Professional Speaker, Podcaster, Wordpress Lover, Marketer, Political Trouble Maker, & Homeschool Graduate.Which means that the conversations today can literally go anywhere, and he will have an opinion on it....so what shall I start with first...religion or politics?Well let's start with the fact that since building his first website at the age of thirteen, our guest has been fascinated with communication whether its in the written word or by presenting his message in award winning presentations across America.He believes in connecting with people across the globe, and so it wasn't too much of a surprise to see that the early party of his career led heavily towards directing people on the political campaign trail.For several years he assisted political hopefuls to run their campaign at grass roots level by recruiting, training and organising volunteers to knock on doors and convince those voters that they met, that their boss was the way forward.But it was when he took this love of influencing and communicating, and combined it with his love of wordpress and website building that his career really started gaining speed.And in 2008 he created Umstattd Media focusing on social media consulting, web design, and helping authors and businesses get the most out of the web.This later changed to Castle Media Group and the rest as they is history.So what it is it about communication that really lights him up inside, and helps him explode the potential opportunities all around him?And does he have any design to go full circle and bring his skills back into the political environment?Well lets find out as we bring onto the show, to start joining up dots, the one and only Thomas Umstattd Jr.Links:Cover imageClick to view: show page on Awesound
Archive 192: Tom Webster: A Solopreneur Born To Be A Shepherd In Business Todays guest is a man who from the very early stages in his life had the hustle muscle working overtime.At the age of nine he would sneak comics into school to sell them to his classmates, who couldn't get enough of the latest adventures of their favourite characters, so would cough up their hard earned pocket money for the privilege.And I suppose it wasn't a surprise that he could see the way to earn a buck or two, as both his parents were successful entrepreneurs, and being surrounded by people who do things their way and work to achieve things, is as we know so hugely powerful to your own development.So with a track record of a range of ventures including a nightclub promotions company, a modelling agency and a fashion line, he is attempting to find the thing that brings all his hustle together and creates the future that he deserves.And now more recently, he has been managing his own financial advisory firm, Fordyce & Playle, and a new online estate agency, Market My PropertyBut if you think that this episode will be about a young man who is working solely on his own life, and becoming an entrepreneur of note, then think again.As with passions ranging from animal healthcare, children and even appearing in the 'Famous Males Checkum' cancer calendar he is doing his best to give back to the world.So where does he see his true value to the world being directed at its highest level?And does he feel that he is on track to achieve his dream of the youngest entrepreneur to sit as an investor on BBC's tv show "Dragon's Den"Well let's find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots on the Steve Jobs inspired business podcast, with the one and only UK solopreneur Tom Webster.Links:Cover imageClick to view: show page on Awesound
Archive 196: Mark A Lack: How To Take The Action To Outperform Your Own Identity Our guest today lives his life by two rules.And these are two rules that by and large most people will try to keep away from, and then they wonder why they haven’t got their dream life.He believes thatYou can’t be afraid to take a risk.You absolutely MUST have a plan.And then if you know anything about him, he adds to the mix a huge belief in himself, a flexing hustle muscle that he demonstrates everyday, and an easy going nature that helps him reach out to the movers and shakers across the globe.As a young man, he didn't have the desire to be the solopreneur or entrepreneur that he is today. Instead he had a burning passion to become a professional paintballer, and upon getting his first gun from his parents set out to achieve his aim. And it seems that what he wants to do, he makes sure that he does its as within four years he had travelled the world shooting capsules of paint at people winning $300,000 dollars in the process.Even gaining the top prize of $160,000 in just one weekend.But at his core burned a question. A question that had occurred to him several years earlier, and had remain within him. Gnawing away.He asked himself “If people can come from nothing and create insane amounts of wealth in one lifetime, then shouldn’t someone like myself coming from a middle class family who has the support from their family and lives in “The Land of Opportunity” be able to easily do the same thing?”Wow, for a fourteen year old kid that shows awareness beyond his years.He realised at any early age that comfort creates mediocrity, and pain motives change.And now after investing over $500,000 of his own money on self development, and spending time with the likes of Bob Proctor, Jack Canfield and even Arnold Schwarzenegger he is taking those personal skills and sharing them with the world with his Peak Performance Club.But how does someone at the age of 14 start thinking in such an advanced way, especially when it appears he didn’t have anything to force him to think that way?How did he start taking the action that helped him achieve the big goals?And where does he find the greatest need within the people that he coaches and inspires across the world?Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots, with the one and only coaching solopreneur Mr Mark A Lack.Links:Cover imageClick to view: show page on Awesound
Archive 193: Amber McCue: Training Her Clients In How To Clone Themselves Have you ever had the dream as a kid when you are laying in bed all snuggly, and you think "wouldn't it be great to have a clone of myself that I could send to school?"Actually, you might be having those every same thoughts as an adult too.How do we get everything done that we want to in life, and still have time for ourselves and our families?Well todays guest is a lady from her base in the United States was doing just that, as a Mother, wife and business lady she knew how important it was to have more than one of you to help out.So she has set out on a path to help entrepreneurs with a vision take their work, their dreams and their income to the next level.Helping them not to get caught in the trap of doing the stuff that wont push their business forward, but still has to be done.Cloning themselves in fact.But her life work, of helping others came from the belief that we all have a purpose in our lives, and it is up to all of us to work out just what that thing is, and then rock the world?So how did she find out what her purpose in life was?And where does she feel that our listeners can find their own thing in life too?Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots, the one and only inspirational solopreneur, Amber McCue.Links:Cover imageClick to view: show page on Awesound
Archive 197: Ousmane Ndoye: An Author Knowing How To Keep It Real Todays guest solopreneur is a man with a fascinating tale, of hardship, persecution, and a burning desire to create the best life he could hope for.Raised in a small fishing village in Senegal, West Africa, as a child he endured abuse, profound humiliation and the breakup of his parents at the tender age of twoThis is of course is not what any child hopes for, and he found it particularly hard to accept as he looked around at his friends who all seemed to have the family life that he would have wanted.Then later at age five he was taken to live in a compound of more than 100 people, living in extreme close proximity to each other.It was here where he quickly learned to defend himself, and to develop the inner power that he needed to flourish in this unstable environment, where so many people fought for survival on a daily basis.It was a hard, brutal start to his life, but one that he wouldn't allow to determine his future.He knew that he wanted a life in America, and so at the age of 21, with just a few belongs and a gallon of water, he left Senegal, and amazingly managed to walk across the Sahara desert by foot between Algeria and Libya in six arduous days.He had his dream and he wouldn't give up on it.Well he did it, and even now many years after setting foot on the continent he is pushing himself to greater and greater achievements.He is the author of "No Excuses, how to pursue a better life and lift others for a better world", and his "Mile High Momentum" training platform, he is about as far away from his beginning as it possible.But what was it about the American dream that filled him with such hope from his life in Africa?And when he started that walk across the desert did he truly believe that he would be where he is today?Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots, the one and only Mr Ousmane NdoyeLinks:Cover imageClick to view: show page on Awesound
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