Meet James Woosley, has been featured on "Entrepreneur on Fire" (EOFire) - James is a self-proclaimed underachiever—only because he’s constantly expanding his potential by immediately striving for more—knowing that his mind, body, and spirit have been stretched to a new level of possibilities.
As a business coach, consultant, and project manager, James helps people and organizations move ideas from the dreaming and planning stages to full implementation.
James Woosley is the author of Conquer the Entrepreneur's Kryptonite: Simple Strategic Planning for You
and Your Business and Challenge Accepted!: A Simple Strategy for Living Life on Purpose.
Highlights - “James, you are the biggest underachiever in the room.”
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Meet Beverly Sartain, a recovery life Coach and certified drug and alcohol counselor.
She couldn’t complete the application to Graduate School because of shame. (Full post at ThrivingBeyondPodcast.com)
Beverly then received help through therapy and experienced a shift after receiving an awakening through spiritual psychology.
She meditates during the morning and self-care is how she lives her life and specifically she loves to work on the emotional, physical, mental and spiritual level for healing and the recovery process.
In this episode, we cover overcoming alcoholism, relationships, and how to thrive beyond depression and shame.
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Meet Gia Heller, she's been a pioneer in the internet marketing industry since 1995, and she's #1 Amazon best-selling author of the "Startup Entrepreneur."
Gia is a former marketing & research director at CB Richard Ellis, commercial real estate firm.
Gia has been featured on television networks and has worked with Fortune 500 companies and small businesses in helping them gain thousands of eyeballs via social channels.
“As long as you spend your life building relationships you’ll never be homeless.”
After the real estate crash in 2008, Gia left the real estate industry and found herself living on food stamps in a basement with her daughter, then an awakening happened.
Listen in as we share more.
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