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On Ep. 18 of LIT, Ashley came on a discussed her experience of being pushed to grow and change. From that change, Ashley founded Written Success where she helps Entrepreneurs develop a business plan to help with finding capital for the business.
Ashley has provided us with a DIY Business Plan Template.
On Ep. 19 of LIT, Alexis came on and discussed how 18 years later, she realized she had lost her identity and decided to do the work to recreate her identity. From that change, Alexis started her private Coaching Practice Alexis Storms Aiger where she helps women reconnect with their values and self. Alexis has resources for moms and women on her website, including a free 30-minute call to chat with her.
On Ep. 20 of LIT, Samantha came on and discussed how pursing love, community, and sustainability is helping her grow her new family and local economy. She talks about the unique mindset, challenges, and opportunities innovators have that could really change the world.
On Ep. 21 of LIT, Matt came on and discussed how and why he challenged the existing education system to create a program designed to help young kids thrive emotionally, teaching them to tap into their true potential early in life for long term success and happiness. Hear about how he created a unique solution for a broken system instead of turning a blind eye, and what this program for kids means for you as an adult.
On Ep. 22 of LIT, Melissa came on and discussed life lessons, her unique gifts and leading with intuition. Learn how this woman has evolved with all life’s handed her and why she’s creating an impact in the addictions community.
Melissa also left LIT listeners a free PDF guide to help you align your business intuitively.
On Ep. 23 of LIT, Andrea came on and talked about how she walked away from a $200,000 a year salary to seek happiness.
As an analytical woman, she talks about her experience with the Universe, her constant need to purchase things to feel happy and how she traded her Benz in for a life of happiness and fulfillment. Learn about the tragic events that lead to her awakening and what happiness means to a woman who thought she had it all.
Andrea also left LIT listeners free access to her webinar to jumpstart your career today.
On Ep. 27 of LIT, Linda came on and talked about how it’s never too late in life, the impacts of conditioning and expectations, what happens when you ask better questions, and how leadership starts with you and your experiences.
On Ep. 28 of LIT, Lauren came on and talked about creating social impact through Conscious Leadership, using her talents creatively to create impact for kids on the spectrum and living with disabilities, and what it means to be a high achiever.
Lauren is raising money for MOVE Inclusive Dance. If you’d like to support Lauren and her cause, click below!
On Ep. 29 of LIT, Kaitlin came on and talked about the impacts her negative mindset had on her and her life. She gets vulnerable with her story, sharing with you the real side of the dark side no one likes to talk about, and how we changed that for her through simple techniques…and some that were totally out of the box, all in the name of changing her mind to change her grind. Stick with us today to hear a story of true transformation.
On Ep. 33 of LIT, Lauren and Shania of Invure Co. came on to discuss how they saw a societal problem that lead them to become innovators. These women open up on what it means to be a Changemaker, why it’s necessary to break stereotypes, and why they’re giving more and more young folks equal opportunity at life, creating possibility right at their fingertips.
On Ep. 34 of LIT, Ken Rochon from the Keep Smiling Movement comes on the show to talk the silver lining, what it means to fail only to get back up, and how happiness is the key to transforming the world. This author and publisher is candid about his opinion that we are all inherent leaders and the only thing stopping us from creating positive social impact through leadership is fear and choice.
On Ep. 35 of LIT, Ken Rochon from the Keep Smiling Movement comes on the show to talk the silver lining, what it means to fail only to get back up, and how happiness is the key to transforming the world. This author and publisher is candid about his opinion that we are all inherent leaders and the only thing stopping us from creating positive social impact through leadership is fear and choice.