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PP 270: Mitchell Walker, Author of The Pouch Plan Budget

"The average person doesn't possess the skills, the resources, the knowledge to be able to budget like the big boys do, yet they need that information more critically." Earlier in his life, Mitchell found himself coming out of an unexpected divorce, selling his company for pennies on the dollar, and over $100,000 in debt. After remarrying, he and his wife realized they needed to make changes to how they handled their finances. The Pouch Plan was born. In our chat, Mitchell and I are...


PP 269: This OR That

Are you able to prioritize your tasks and put the most important at the top of your to-do list? When the task IS at the top of your list, are you able to complete it before all others? Too often, entrepreneurs allow themselves to think they can do everything, all the time. It's time for this to end. It's time to choose BETWEEN this or that. Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp269.


PP 268: Travis Zigler, SEE-EO of Eye Love, LLC

"SAVE - Selflessly Add Value Everyday" Travis and his wife moved cross-country to open two eye clinics. Shortly after, they founded Eye Love, and online retailer of eye-care products. Today, the proceeds from Eye Love fund eye clinics in Jamaica and in the US, where they are on a mission to end preventable blindness." Travis educates me on the symptoms and solutions for dry eye, the story of his career and relationship with his wife, and his vision for the future. In addition, we chat...


PP 267: Cutting Out the Extras - Part 2

How many projects are you actively trying to work on -- at one time? I recently had the shocking realization that I have been trying -- unsuccessfully -- to work on TEN at the same time! Listen to hear what this has cost -- not gained me! Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp267.


PP 266: Romacio Fulcher, Entrepreneur from WorkWithRomacio.com

"Achieving the life you want begins with loving the life you have." Grab your pen and paper! Romacio draws upon his life and entrepreneurial experiences to fill our conversation with actionable tips and insight! Born and raised in the ghetto, Romacio dropped out of college with a promise to his parents that he WOULD be successful. We chat about setting intentions vs. creating to-do lists, the importance of gratitude, the necessity of having a mentor, and much more! Get the show notes,...


PP 265: Cutting Out the Extras - Part 1

This weekend, my family made and followed through on a very difficult decision in order to help our family thrive. Listen to hear the decision we made, and how there can be a parallel in other areas of our life. Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp265.


PP 264: Scott Simons, Founder of Organik

"I like to consider myself an eco-preneur. People, purpose and the planet before profit." Scott has been an entrepreneur since a young age, and met his mentor at age 19. Together with his mentor, he founded a community wellness company, and in 2006 he founded Organik, a corporate wellness services provider. During our chat, Scott and I discuss the importance of breathing, the side effects of stress and anxiety, the cost of unhealth, and the ROI of employee health and wellness...


PP 263: Sabotaging Your Success

This morning as I was reading "The Big Leap" by Gay Hendricks, I realized I have a HUGE Upper Limit Problem. I am sabotaging my own success. Listen to hear the discoveries I made about my own life, and how you can prevent the same from happening to you. Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp263.


PP 262: Mark Struczewski, Coach, Speaker and Host of The Mark Struczewski Podcast

Be prepared for more than a few laughs as you listen to Mark Struczewski and I share a fun and conversational chat. We discuss our personal and professional lives, our backgrounds and Rochester roots, and the hilarity of my house and lack of driving skills. Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp262.


PP 261: Course Correction

From any given moment to the next, it can be easy to get distracted and stray off the path toward our goal destination. Listen as I share my experience with straddling two paths, and my advice for continuing on the journey toward achieving your dreams. Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp261.


PP 258: Aaron Hawkins, Owner of Hawkins Leadership Solutions and Host of Unbreakable Success Podcast

Aaron has been a police officer since 1995, and built his first business in 1998. In the early stages of his entrepreneurial journey, he was chasing income through multiple income streams and burning himself out. In 2009, a major health scare led to a huge shift in his personal and professional life. We chat about hot sticktoitiveness is a decision, and not so much a learned skill, how many people stay in the lane they were born in, influence and relationship building and more. Get the...


PP 259: Wiping Out Worrying

My childhood nickname was Worrywart, and I know it carried with me, well into adulthood. Listen to hear how a recent reading selection is helping me kick my bad worrying habit in the bud. Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp259.


PP 258: Jeremy Adams, Co-Founder of Unicorn Innovations

Jeremy grew up in a lower-income, rural home in Florida, and unlike his friends, started working at a very young age. He has since created multiple companies, several with high-profile business people including Kevin Harrington. During our chat, Jeremy and I chat about the importance of partnering/associating with people who are further along than we are, the shift from pursuing income to pursuing impact, knowing and charging our worth, and more! Get the show notes, transcription and...


PP 257: Purging the Pressure

Until this week, I had a BIG problem which was affecting my productivity. Listen to hear what the problem was, and how I purged it's pressure and gained an immediate productivity boost! Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp257.


PP 256: Kristine Grant, Relationship Coach, Intuitive Ghostwriter, and Owner of Inspired Heart

"Challenge yourself to have a bigger heart and be the bigger person." Kristine is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has built a business writing powerful letters to her clients' significant others. By bypassing her clients' ego and deep emotional wounds, her letters allow the senders and recipients to build stronger relationships or let go of the past or a less-than-ideal relationship. Kristine and I chat about the importance of communication, how fear often turns into hurt,...


PP 255: How I Come Up with Content

In this episode, I share why scheduling time in to write or record solo podcast episodes doesn't work for me, and what I do instead. Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp255.


PP 254: Jeffrey Shaw, Photographer, Podcaster, Speaker and Author of "LINGO"

"Done well, speaking the secret language of our ideal clients will magnify our ideal customers and filter out the rest." Jeffrey has been a portrait photographer for 33 years, but caught wind of the coaching industry in 2009. After working with a coach for seven years, he completed coach training and became a coach. Since then, he has launched his podcast, Creative Warriors, written and released his book, "LINGO: Discover Your Ideal Customer's Secret Language and Make Your Business...


PP 253: An Update on Chronic Idea Disorder

I've been sharing about my experiences with Chronic Idea Disorder and the book I'm writing under the same title since I launched the podcast in October 2016. In this episode, I share an update on what's happening with the book, as well as a few tips on how you can conquer your own case of Chronic Idea Disorder. Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp253.


PP 252: Cliff Ravenscraft, The Podcast Answerman and Founder of the Next Level Studio and Mastermind

In 2005, Cliff was an insurance salesman who decided to start a podcast after a call into a different show attracted attention to his own content. In this episode, Cliff shares his journey, from his first podcasts and starting his business, to quitting his job and transitioning into the role of mentor for aspiring and growing entrepreneurs. We chat about following your passion, the importance of persistance through the first years of entrepreneurship, why we need to be authenic, and...


PP 251: Using Your True Voice

In 2016, I made a huge shift from chasing impact to making an impact. As a result, I allowed my true voice to show. In this episode, I share why you should do the same! Get the show notes, transcription and resources mentioned at http://www.thekimsutton.com/pp251.


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