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46: How to Remain an Idealist in a Harsh World

As an idealist, you have a vision for how you would like the world to be. Unfortunately, that vision doesn't always come to fruition and that can be incredibly discouraging. In my early twenties, I went through a painful experience of realizing my world wasn't what I thought it was and it left me questioning who I even was. It led to depression and a feeling of hopelessness but I was able to find something stronger the dreams I had lost. I was able to find real joy. In this episode, I talk...


45: Your Three Audiences and How to Speak to Them

Have you ever been unsure of how much of your personal life and world views you should share with your audience; especially on social media? When I first began putting my voice out into world publicly on social media, I found myself deleting a lot of posts because I never knew if I was sharing too much of my personal life. It was confusing and overwhelming. Over time, I was able to find the balance between sharing enough to allow my audience to connect with me while not sharing so much...


44: What Bill and Melinda Gates Taught Me About Brand Strategy

If you could ask Bill and Melinda Gates one question, what would it be? I recently had the amazing opportunity to ask Bill and Melinda Gates a question via Twitter and, while they didn't directly answer the specific question I ask, I was able to to gain incredible insight into how they're communicating with the public while keep their personal and professional brands in mind. In this episode, I explain how this opportunity came to be, the question I asked, their answer, and exactly how...


43: Using Curiosity to Create Passion with John Lee Dumas

John Lee Dumas is the Host of the incredibly successful podcast, Entrepreneur On Fire; which amasses 1.5 million listens every month and includes almost 2,000 episodes! He is also the author of The Freedom Journal and The Mastery Journal; which have been two of the most successfully funded Kickstarter campaigns in history. In this episode, we'll find out why John Lee Dumas decided to follow his curiosity by becoming a podcaster instead of following his passion and becoming a basketball...


42: How to Market Your Book Without Fear with Lindsey Hartz

Lindsey Hartz is a marketing consultant for Christian authors and publishers. She is also the the book marketing agency, Lindsey Hartz Creative. Lindsey has been a part of over 60 book launches and she was actually a big help with my own book launch a few years ago. In this episode, Lindsey breaks down the four main struggles practically every single one of her clients have experienced, her tips for how authors can push past their fear and become comfortable with marketing their books,...


41: How to Overcome Impostor Syndrome

In this solo episode, I dive into the dreaded Impostor Syndrome. It's something almost every single coach, consultant, entrepreneur, and freelancer has experienced. We all have our doubts and fears; especially when we put ourselves out into the world in such a public way. Yes, even I have had experiences with Impostor Syndrome and that's why I'm giving you my best tips and tactics for how to overcome those doubts and fears so you can feel confident in what you have to say.


40: Understanding the Value of Your Own Voice with Jolene Underwood

Jolene Underwood is a writer, blogger, coach, and emotional health warrior. She draws upon her own personal journey toward emotional health, her psychology background, and her passion for counseling to help others cultivate a life well lived, no matter the circumstance. Jolene also leads a community of Christian communicators called Rise Up Writers. In this episode, Jolene and I discuss how to know if what you want to write belongs in a private journal or on a public blog, why you need to...


39: Three Steps for Getting Your Team to Come to a Consensus

In this special solo episode, I use a recent experience with my two young children to explain the three steps, or tactics, you can take to get your team, group, family, etc. to walk away from a discussion having not only come to a consensus about what to do next but feeling energized and empowered about the solution.


38: How Technology Can Influence Your Personal Brand with Stephanie Humphrey

Stephanie Humphrey is the technology contributor to 'The Harry Show', hosted by Harry Connick, Jr., and she has also contributed her expertise to other media outlets including Good Morning America, QVC, Fox 29's Good Day Philadelphia, and NewsOne with Roland Martin. The other passion of this engineer-turned-media personality is helping students and parents understand how to be good digital citizens through her seminar 'Til Death Do You Tweet. In this episode, Stephanie shares her advice...


37: How to Become a Lifestyle Entrepreneur with April Beach

Almost every single entrepreneur starts a business because they want to live life on their own terms. They have an idea in their mind of what they want their lives to look like on a daily basis. For some that means time freedom, so they can be home with their families. For others it means location freedom, so they can travel as often as they like. For these entrepreneurs, their business isn’t just about the bottom line. It’s about being able to life their ideal lifestyle. April Beach is a...


36: How to Actually Achieve Your New Year’s Resolutions with Espen Klausen, Ph.D.

The start of the new year always brings about resolutions for change. Unfortunately, most of us give up our resolutions by the end of the first month. So, if you’re thinking about making changes and you want those changes to last, this episode is for you! My guest today was actually my very first guest on this podcast and I knew I had to bring him back for this episode because he’s a Psychologist who has some incredibly helpful insights into how to turn our resolutions into our new habits...


35: 3 Practices to Help You Get Ready for 2018

Do you put forethought into how you want to show up to a conversation or do you spend more time worrying about how the conversation went, afterwards? In my experience, it's more common for people to regret the way we came across in the past than plan for how we will show up to the future. If you don't want to have regrets about 2018, listen to this episode and integrate these three practices into the end of 2017 so you can show up to 2018 as the no-regrets YOU you want to be.


Voice Studio 34: Take Care Of Yourself, Friend

In this Voice Studio episode we talk about the importance of giving yourself a chance to recover in the midst of a stressful, chaotic time. Mentioned in this episode: www.voiceofinfluence.net/34


34: Why Strong-Willed Kids Make Great Entrepreneurs with Kirk Martin of Celebrate Calm

Kirk Martin is the founder of Celebrate Calm and he has taught over 600,000 parents and teachers around the world to stop defiance, yelling, and power struggles with strong-willed children. Now, I don’t know about you but when somebody wants to have an influence in the world as a leader, I think that a lot of leaders raised these strong-willed children. So we’re going to really benefit from his practical strategies. They are life-changing and laugh-out-loud funny. Mentioned in this...


Voice Studio 33: Find Pivotal Moments in Your Story to Transform Your Message

In this Voice Studio episode, we talk about the importance of finding pivotal moments in your life that can transform the way you share your message. Mentioned in this episode: www.voiceofinfluence.net/33www.voiceofinfluence.net/focus


33: Will You Stay Stagnant or Rise Up? with Lia Valencia Key

Lia Valencia Key was in elementary school when an injury kept her mom from being able to work and she ended up in a homeless shelter in Philadelphia. Her mom became concerned when she saw her daughter acting like the culture around her, so she sat Lia down and gave her a plain and hard hitting choice: would Lia keep heading down the path of least resistance and be like everyone around her or would she choose to rise above and be the person she aspires to be. Years later, Lia is honoring...


Voice Studio 32: The Key to Living a Life of Gratitude, not Transaction

In this short Voice Studio episode, we discuss what gratitude really gets you. Mentioned:


32: Discover Your Design and Lead with Purpose with Dr. Anthony J. Marchese

"Don't you wish that babies came with owner's manuals?!" We've all wish we could understand our kids, loved ones, friends and coworkers better at one time or another. But what about understanding ourselves? Maybe it's self-awareness that can help us know what direction to go in life and how to communicate with others. In this interview, I talk with Dr. Anthony J. Marchese about how discovering our design helps us live a life of significance. Dr. Anthony J. Marchese has over twenty years...


Voice Studio 31: The Tether Ball High Performance Strategy

In this Voice Studio episode Andrea shares the Tether Ball high performance strategy. Mentioned in this episode: Episode 31: Find Your Why and Get Stuff Done Download the Focus Your Brand DIY at www.voiceofinfluence.net/focus


31: How to Find Your "Why" and Achieve Focused Mastery with Corey Poirier

Corey Poirier is a multiple-time TEDx Speaker and multiple-time best selling author. He is also the host of two top rated podcasts, founder of The Speaking Program, and he has been featured in multiple television specials. Interviewing 4,000 of the world’s top leaders, he has also appeared / or been featured in Global TV, CBS, CTV, NBC, ABC, CBC, Entrepreneur, and is one of a few featured twice on the popular Entrepreneur on Fire show. Mentioned in this...


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