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Episode 16 – Sharón Lynn Wyeth: What’s in a Name?

Sharón is recognized internationally as a name expert as she can determine one’s strengths, challenges and the purpose of one’s life by deciphering a person’s name. Sharón created Neimology® Science, the study of the placement of the letters in a name, after 15 years of research followed by 3 years of testing her theories in over 70 countries, including Russia, India and China. She then continued to develop how to interpret names over the next twenty-two years, which is why Neimology® Science is so accurate today.
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Episode 15 – Kevin Wilde: Creativity and Innovation

Kevin Ehlinger Wilde is a nationally award-winning creative entrepreneur and speaker who overcame the challenges of growing up dirt poor to help top executives, teams and companies make the most of the resources they have, increase their creative intelligence, and discover disruptive market opportunities. In 2001 he founded WildeSpark, an innovation and marketing company that provides highly interactive creative training, innovation strategies, and team-building solutions. He is the #1 certified U.S. trainer for Thinkergy innovation methods –currently used by companies like BMW, Mattel, Nestle, BANF and Greenpeace). And he is passionate about the impact innovation and creativity can have on the quality of life for ourselves and people around the world.
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Episode 14 – Michael Levitt: Living Life with a Full Glass

Michael Levitt with Breakfast Leadership, and published author of 369 Days: How to Survive A Year of Worst-Case Scenarios, brings people back to life. Focused on helping individuals and leaders within corporations (Re)Learn BOUNDARIES in their work and personal lives – So that they can accomplish more, by doing less, which will save their careers and possibly their lives. Michael lost his health, his job, his car, and his home all in 369 days. Michael teaches people on how that happened to him, so that they can make the crucial changes in their lives to prevent those losses from happening to them.
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Episode 13 – Meath Conlan: The Power of Core Human Values

Meath Conlan is an author and artist. He holds a Phd in education and social sciences. He has been involved in adult education for lifelong learners for the last fifty years. He is a recognised leader in East West spiritual dialogue between the great religions of the world. He lectured to Buddhist monks on the western contemplative tradition. Currently he is retired from active ministry as a clergyman. He conducts regular weekly meditation classes and is involved in a program teaching art to veterans. Additionally, he has a growing client base of people whom he counsels.
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Episode 12 – Natalia Sanchez: Communication in Culture

Natalia Diane Sanchez is a professional business and leadership development coach. She is committed to helping others live fully into their passions, and live boldly into their purpose by connecting more deeply with themselves and their work in business. Working primarily with business owners and career professionals, she helps people bridge the gap between where they are and where they want to be, build stronger habits for long term business success, and discover their strength through their struggle.
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Episode 11 – Allison Carpio: Know Your Real Avatar

Allison is a marketing consultant and copywriter who knows your customer better than they know themselves. That’s because Allison specializes in avatar research. Then she turns that research into a high-performing marketing strategy. She’s worked with clients like Bo Eason, T. Harv Eker, The Art of Charm, Bulletproof, and Dr. Kellyann.
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Episode 10 – Dennis Dyce: Risk Management and Safety Culture

The companies spokesperson Dennis Dyce  spent 25 years serving in Australian Army and many years of that was spent in Special Forces ( hence no photos) ensuring the safety of many a trainee Dennis has also spent almost a further 25 years looking after the various facets of risk that associated with safety cultures around the globe.
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Episode 09 – Cyndi Padilla: The Impacts of your Leadership

Cyndi is a sought-after Lifestyle Leader to ambitious women entrepreneurs. She is a 7-Figure Business-builder with expertise in leverage, scale and leadership development. She balances her business bad-assery with her reputation for BEING highly spiritual and creating mind-set & habits of high-performance. She has an unwavering faith and believes highly-successful women can create a life and have it EXACTLY as they choose. Cyndi’s signature strengths are developing world-class teams and creating cultures of commitment, results and impeccable service.
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Episode 08 – Eric Hodgdon: Finding Resilience in Life and Business

Eric is a best-selling author, speaker, coach and a warrior for resilience in the memory of his dynamic daughter, Zoi, who took her life 5 years ago. Eric coaches people who are stuck in struggle to rise above their challenges so that they may thrive and see the beauty in life again. Eric lives in Boston, MA, USA.
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Episode 07 – Danielle Taylor: Millennials Fitting into the Workplace

Danielle (Dani) is a hardworking, free-thinking, problem-solving millennial who encountered the Nice Guys world by being at the right place at the right time. Serendipitous? Abso-freakin-lutely! As an adventure-seeker and hula hoop queen, Dani took a leap of faith and dove into the podcast universe head first… and hasn’t looked back since. When she’s not working on podcast production, she can be found daydreaming about her superpower of stopping time, kicking anyone’s butt at Monopoly as the beloved thimble (like there’s a better piece?!), or traveling to exotic places (Did we mention she loves to vacation?). Having the flexibility and independence of working on podcast production means you’ll never know where in the world Dani is.