The Business Leadership Podcast

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The Business Leadership Podcast is a weekly show featuring powerful conversations with the world's top business leaders, entrepreneurs and creators. Get inspired by our guests' experiences as you discover how they've achieved 100X success through laser-like focus! Join Edwin Frondozo as he dives deep into the mindsets, tactics and strategies used by multipassionate leaders so that you can become one too – whatever your endeavour may be. Join us today for an empowering path toward significant, impactful results! read less
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Charting the Course: Insights into Canada's Entrepreneurial Landscape
Oct 25 2023
Charting the Course: Insights into Canada's Entrepreneurial Landscape
We're thrilled to present "Charting the Course: Insights into Canada's Entrepreneurial Landscape," in partnership with RBC, as we continue our engaging discussion on the Growth Unlocked Podcast series. Our host, Edwin Frondozo, once again welcomes Don Ludlow from RBC, alongside the dynamic CEO of Futurpreneur, Karen Greve Young, and the forward-thinking CEO of OWNR, Shane Murphy. This episode further delves into the early stages crucial for aspiring and established entrepreneurs in the Canadian business ecosystem.Our conversation navigates the intricate terrains of business planning, emphasizing its indispensable role as a catalyst for enduring success. With a blend of real-world experiences, our esteemed guests unveil insightful pathways through the entrepreneurial maze, highlighting the significance of mentorship, an adept financial framework, and leveraging evolving market trends.What You Will Learn From This Episode: Delving Deeper into Business Planning: Grasp the nuanced aspects of strategic business planning and its transformative impact on your entrepreneurial venture. Entrepreneurial Evolution in Canada: Delve into how the entrepreneurial scene in Canada has been evolving and what it entails for budding and seasoned business leaders. The Facets of Financial Structuring: Explore the financial considerations imperative for stability and growth, and learn how to build a robust financial foundation from the outset. Mentorship – A Cornerstone of Success: Understand the profound impact of mentorship and how it can significantly accelerate your journey toward achieving your business goals. Leveraging Technology for Growth: Learn how technology and digital platforms can be harnessed to propel your business amidst a competitive landscape. Risk Management and Insurance: Discover the importance of risk management and how innovative insurance solutions can safeguard your business against unforeseen challenges.Links:Karen Greve Young on LinkedInShane Murphy on LinkedInDon Ludlow on LinkedInFuturpreneur WebsiteOWNR WebsiteRBC Business InsightsEmbark on this enlightening journey as we unfold the roadmap to navigating initial challenges for sustainable business success. Your feedback is our treasure; if you find value in this episode, kindly follow the show, rate us, and leave a review. Your insights refine our podcast and help reach other ambitious business aficionados like you. Until our next episode, uphold the spirit of excellence and make every day a transformative stride on your entrepreneurial voyage! ★ Support this podcast ★
Building the Blueprint: Early Steps Towards Long-Term Business Success
Oct 18 2023
Building the Blueprint: Early Steps Towards Long-Term Business Success
In collaboration with RBC, we're ecstatic to roll out another episode of the Growth Unlocked Podcast series, your compass to navigating the evolving business domain while setting the stage for tomorrow's triumphs. Our host, Edwin Frondozo, welcomes Don Ludlow from RBC, along with Karen Greve Young, the vibrant CEO of Futurpreneur, and Shane Murphy, the innovative CEO of OWNR, to dissect the foundational stages crucial for aspiring entrepreneurs and the overarching entrepreneurial scene in Canada.This episode navigates through the critical sphere of business planning, shedding light on its role as a linchpin for long-term success. Our distinguished guests share real-world experiences, unveiling pathways to maneuver through the entrepreneurial labyrinth, with a spotlight on mentorship, networking, and establishing sturdy financial scaffolds from the get-go.What You Will Learn From This Episode: Embarking on the Entrepreneurial Voyage: Unpack the essential first steps aspiring entrepreneurs should undertake to solidify the groundwork for their venture. Entrepreneurship in Canada: Explore the overarching landscape of entrepreneurship in Canada and its impact on the business arena. Mastering Business Planning: Delve into the criticality of strategic business planning for sustainable success, enriched with real-world experiences from seasoned entrepreneurs. Navigating Challenges: Learn how to confront hurdles and pitfalls in the entrepreneurial journey, transforming each stumble into a stepping stone toward your objective. Mentorship and Networking: Understand the indispensable role of mentorship and networking in the initial stages of your entrepreneurial venture. Financial Structuring: Grasp the financial deliberations crucial for long-term stability and how to architect your business for enduring success.Links:Karen Greve Young on LinkedInShane Murphy on LinkedInDon Ludlow on LinkedInFuturpreneur WebsiteOWNR WebsiteRBC Business InsightsBe sure to tune in to gather actionable insights and propel your venture toward long-term success! Your feedback is invaluable to us. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider following the show, rating us, and leaving a review. Your insights not only help us enhance the podcast but also aid in reaching other ambitious business leaders like you. Until the next episode, strive for excellence and make every day a 100x day on your entrepreneurial journey! ★ Support this podcast ★
Empowering Indigenous Entrepreneurship: Inside the SOAR Accelerator
Jul 26 2023
Empowering Indigenous Entrepreneurship: Inside the SOAR Accelerator
In this special episode of The Business Leadership Podcast, we delve into the world of Indigenous entrepreneurship and showcase the transformative power of the SOAR Accelerator. Join host Edwin Frondozo as he speaks with Sunshine Tenasco, the co-founder of SOAR, and the visionary founders of five exceptional Indigenous-owned businesses from the inaugural cohort:Sunshine Tenasco - Co-Founder of SOAR, Founder of Her Braids and Pow Wow Pitch, and Author of Nibi’s Water Song. (Link: Sunshine Tenasco)Cheekbone Beauty - Founded by Jenn Harper, the first Indigenous-owned and founded cosmetics company. (Link: Cheekbone Beauty)Indi City - Co-founded by Angel and Alex, the first global Indigenous designers to incorporate wearable technology into traditional regalia. (Link: Indi City)MINI TIPI - Founded by Trisha Pitura and Mélanie Bernard, it offers a unique line of goods inspired by Canadian and Indigenous heritage. (Link: MINI TIPI)Sequoia - Founded by Michaelee Lazore, a proudly Indigenous brand offering sustainable and Indigenous-inspired products. (Link: Sequoia)Wabanaki Maple - A 100% Indigenous female-owned company producing signature line barrel-aged maple syrup products. (Link: Wabanaki Maple)Discover their inspiring stories, the impact of the SOAR Accelerator, and how we, as business leaders, can support and uplift entrepreneurs like them to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy.Three Things the Listener Will Learn: The Significance of the SOAR Accelerator: Learn about the first-of-its-kind SOAR Accelerator and its role in empowering high-growth Indigenous-owned businesses in Canada. Understand how this unique initiative fosters financial success, builds confidence, opens doors, and creates opportunities for Indigenous entrepreneurs to thrive. Inspiring Stories of Indigenous Business Leaders: Hear firsthand accounts from the founders of Cheekbone Beauty, Indi City, MINI TIPI, Sequoia, and Wabanaki Maple. Discover their entrepreneurial journeys, the challenges they've overcome, and their positive impact on their communities through their businesses. Supporting Indigenous Entrepreneurship: Gain insights into the importance of mentorship, collaboration, and creating an inclusive space for Indigenous entrepreneurs to grow and succeed. Explore how business leaders can play a crucial role in uplifting and supporting Indigenous businesses and contributing to building a more inclusive and sustainable economy.Additional Links and Resources:SOAR Accelerator Press ReleaseSOAR Accelerator CohortToronto Star Feature SOAR Digital Gathering of Indigenous EntrepreneursDate: September 21stTime: 12 PM - 4 PM ETEvent Description: Join 1,000 Indigenous entrepreneurs and allies in a digital entrepreneurship gathering featuring the five SOAR entrepreneurs, performances, workshops, and ceremony. Free registration for Indigenous attendees and $50 for non-Indigenous attendees. Discover more about the SOAR Accelerator, read the press release, explore the cohort of extraordinary entrepreneurs, and join the upcoming SOAR Digital Gathering to engage and support the Indigenous business community. ★ Support this podcast ★
Changing the Game: Adopting New Hiring Mindsets for Small Business Success.
Jul 19 2023
Changing the Game: Adopting New Hiring Mindsets for Small Business Success.
We’ve teamed up with RBC to bring you a series of podcasts to help business owners and entrepreneurs navigate today’s ever-changing environment and position your business to win for tomorrow – the Growth Unlocked Podcast.In this episode of the Growth Unlocked Podcast, our host Edwin Frondozo welcomes Don Ludlow, the Vice President of Small Business, Strategy & Partnerships at RBC, and Mark Patterson, the visionary Executive Director of Magnet. Today’s discussion revolves around the innovative strategies SMEs can use to attract and retain the dynamic young talent of today.Don and Mark share their insights on balancing the promotion of flexibility, agility, and creative perks to enhance employee well-being. They explore the importance of nurturing career growth through varied challenges and opportunities to keep younger employees engaged and fulfilled in their roles.With his unique expertise in leveraging technological solutions, Mark emphasizes fostering collaboration within the employment and training ecosystem. His perspective illustrates how such an approach can positively impact individual businesses and contribute to the broader Canadian economic landscape.The conversation also highlights RBC’s efforts, including the launch of RBC Upskill, designed to help young Canadians navigate their early career journey. Furthermore, Mark delves into the benefits of Magnet, a platform that fosters connections between businesses and potential talent.Be sure to listen for practical advice, ingenious ideas, and fresh perspectives designed to elevate your small business to unprecedented heights.What You Will Learn From This Episode Innovative Recruitment Strategies: Learn effective tactics SMEs can use to attract and retain younger employees in today’s competitive market. Dive into the importance of promoting flexibility and agility and offering creative perks catering to the younger workforce's unique demands.     Employee Wellbeing and Growth: Discover how to enhance employee well-being and foster career growth. Understand the crucial role of providing challenges and opportunities that help young employees grow and thrive.     Leveraging Technology for Collaboration: Mark Patterson shares his expertise in harnessing technological solutions to foster collaboration within the employment and training ecosystem. Grasp how this strategy can positively impact your business and contribute to Canada’s economic landscape.LinksDon Ludlow on LinkedInMark Patterson on LinkedInRBC Small Business NavigatorMagnet WebsiteRBC Starting Business PortalOwnrMoneris OnlineInsights Edge ★ Support this podcast ★
Striking the Perfect Balance: Navigating the Digital and Human Experience in Business Growth
May 25 2023
Striking the Perfect Balance: Navigating the Digital and Human Experience in Business Growth
In this episode of the Growth Unlocked Podcast, a mini-series in partnership with RBC, Edwin welcomes Don Ludlow, the Vice President of Small Business, Strategy & Partnerships at RBC. He discusses the adoption of digital technologies in Canadian businesses. Don believes the pandemic accelerated digital engagement but has slowed down rather than peaked. Canadians still have a strong interest in digital experiences, although they also enjoy the in-person component of doing business. There is a gap between consumers' belief in continued digital growth and business owners' perception of it. Don emphasizes balancing digital and human experiences, especially when engaging with younger generations who value both. Small businesses can leverage digital tools and capabilities to become more competitive and reach a wider audience. They should invest in areas such as streamlining finances, digitizing the supply chain, and using data to understand their business and find new opportunities. Don suggests setting measurable goals to assess whether a business is on the right track, such as establishing a loyal customer base and innovating products and services. Small business owners should invest in digitization and technology while maintaining their human touch and customer interactions. Don also mentions RBC's resources and tools to support small businesses digital transformation journey. These include insights tools, digitizing payments, cash flow planning, automating payroll, and cybersecurity solutions. Interested individuals can visit the RBC website, specifically the RBC Small Business Navigator, for more information and access to these resources. LinksDon Ludlow on LinkedInRBC Small Business NavigatorRBC Cash Planning ToolOwnrMoneris OnlineInsights EdgeSherwoodKobalt ★ Support this podcast ★
Human-Centered Leadership: The Key To Success in 2023 and Beyond with Josh Bersin (Replay)
Jan 3 2023
Human-Centered Leadership: The Key To Success in 2023 and Beyond with Josh Bersin (Replay)
The pandemic has drastically changed the way we work. With social distancing rules in place, companies had to quickly adapt by facilitating remote working capabilities for their employees. This increased reliance on digital skills and knowledge as more people had to use virtual platforms such as Zoom or Slack to connect. Furthermore, traditional team hierarchies have been replaced with more flat structures that can be managed remotely. Human-centred leadership is about putting people first—employees and customers alike—and trusting them to make decisions based on their best judgment. It is also about encouraging open communication between managers and employees so that everyone’s objectives are met effectively. Finally, it involves providing resources, tools, and support for employees to succeed in their roles, even if they are working remotely. In short, it's about creating an environment where everyone feels safe and respected enough to do their best daily work. Adapting management practices has become essential today as the pandemic has drastically changed our work. Josh Bersin believes that embracing a human-centred approach is critical for any organization looking to increase productivity while simultaneously having happy and engaged employees. By empowering your employees with trust and providing them with the resources they need to succeed, you can create an environment where everyone feels safe and respected enough to do their best work every day – no matter where they’re located or what job they do within your organization. Ultimately human-centred leadership leads happier and more productive teams who are better equipped for success now – and beyond 2021 when things return (hopefully) to normal!Creators & Guests Edwin Frondozo - Host Josh Bersin - Guest ★ Support this podcast ★
Pivot for Success with Chris Laudidio
Dec 6 2022
Pivot for Success with Chris Laudidio
As we approach the new year, we want to ensure that our podcast provides the most value and entertainment for you. To do that, we would greatly appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to complete our survey. Your feedback will help us improve the podcast and improve it in the coming year.As a thank you for participating, we will enter all survey respondents into a draw for a $25 gift card (Qty: 5). The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete.To access the survey, please visit https://thebusinessleadership.com/survey2022. Thank you in advance for your participation and support.In this episode, Pivot for Success, Chris Laudadio sits down with host Edwin Frondozo to discuss his journey, team engagement and building his company Versa.  Chris Laudadio, an American entrepreneur and founder of the multi-million dollar company Versa Products Inc., has been an innovator in American-made office furniture for nearly 20 years. Based in Los Angeles, Versa Products Inc. is a thriving environmentally-friendly corporation with a state-of-the-art 95,000 square feet manufacturing facility with over 10 million dollars worth of fabrication machinery and countless innovative furniture designs. Their products have been one of the top-selling furniture products across the country, bought by Fortune 500 companies, Universities and high schools, medical facilities, and more. Listen or read through the transcript.Being able to pivot and adapt, especially when you’re feeling down and outHow you show up and how it affects your teamWhat is Google Studio and how to use it to your advantageCreators & Guests Chris Laudidio - Guest Edwin Frondozo - Host ★ Support this podcast ★ Please fill out our survey to help improve our podcast in the new year and be in a draw for a $25 gift card (which takes less than 5 minutes)!Are you thinking of launching a podcast in the new year? Connect with the best leadership podcast network, TBLP Network.
Building Your Brand with Danielle Cevallos
Nov 29 2022
Building Your Brand with Danielle Cevallos
As we approach the new year, we want to ensure that our podcast provides the most value and entertainment for you. To do that, we would greatly appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to complete our survey. Your feedback will help us improve the podcast and improve it in the coming year.As a thank you for participating, we will enter all survey respondents into a draw for a $25 gift card (Qty: 5). The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete.To access the survey, please visit https://thebusinessleadership.com/survey2022. Thank you in advance for your participation and support.Danielle is the CMO of Kelly Roach International and the brains behind the implementation of Conviction Marketing. She helps hundreds of entrepreneurs inside the company to bring their genius to the world.Danielle’s background in psychology, education, and copywriting, give her a unique pulse on the current marketing landscape and culture where she is able to give strategic, creative brand direction to clients and her audience. Danielle has helped countless 7 and 8 figure well-known brands prior to joining Kelly Roach Coaching, and brings a wealth of knowledge to the overall client experience that leads to brand success. In addition to helping leaders build personal brands, Danielle has played a significant role in the growth of Kelly Roach International. Please fill out our survey to help improve our podcast in the new year and be in a draw for a $25 gift card (which takes less than 5 minutes)!Are you thinking of launching a podcast in the new year? Connect with the best leadership podcast network, TBLP Network. ★ Support this podcast ★
Growing as a Leader with Marie Chevrier Schwartz
Nov 22 2022
Growing as a Leader with Marie Chevrier Schwartz
Are you enjoying the show? Consider buying a coffee to support the show.Marie Chevrier, is the Founder and CEO of Sampler, the leading platformhelping brands like L'Oréal and Nestlé deliver samples online and gather theinsight they need to build one-to-one relationships with their consumers. Forthe last decade, Marie, with the help of her team, has grown Sampler fromthe ground up to become the global leader in the product sampling space.Marie started Sampler with a vision to transform the way consumerpackaged goods companies distribute their product samples. She workedtirelessly to develop a sampling solution that could help brands of all sizesand categories deliver samples to digitally targeted consumers whilegathering valuable consumer data, product feedback, and opt-ins. Withnothing more than a mock up of the technology she envisioned, Marie soldher first client. Today, Sampler is an award-winning pioneer in the digitalsampling space working with over 950 brands in 23 countries includingsome of the world's most renowned and beloved names in CPG like L'Oréal,Unilever, and Henkel.Marie has been named the 2022 Marketer-on-the-Rise by the Toronto Chapter of the American Marketing Association. The award celebrates Canada’s next generation of influential leaders giving back to the business and marketing world through volunteering, inspirational leadership and community initiatives. She’s been honoured within the Canadian tech ecosystem for her global accomplishments and contributions through Sampler and named Woman of the Year by The DMZ. Her company has been recognized as one of the Most Innovative Workplaces in Canada by Elevate for its unwavering commitment to inclusiveness and diversity in tech. Marie’s advocacy for supporting the next generation of women in tech has led her to be named a Champion of Change by Winsight Grocery Business and a recipient of the 2019 G.Raymond Chang Outstanding Volunteer Award. ★ Support this podcast ★
Flow with Brent Hogarth
Nov 15 2022
Flow with Brent Hogarth
Are you enjoying the show? Consider buying a coffee to support the show. Dr. Brent Hogarth is a Clinical and Sport Psychologist, and leader in the field of Positive Psychology. Brent lives in Vancouver, Canada.Brent is the head Peak Performance Coach at the Flow Research Collective where he has trained thousands of sport & 'corporate athletes' to find greater flow-state, mindfulness, & self-control in their lives.Brent believes well-being is not only about alleviating suffering, but that human flourishing requires the development of ones unique strengths & character, & the ability to experience transcendent peak experiences. Brent has significant training & experience providing performance enhancement coaching & mental health counselling. This includes working with Olympic & professional athletes, start up CEOs & entrepreneurs, members of the USA military, Doctors, Coaches, engineers, creatives, hedge fund managers & more. Brent believes that everyone has the ability to be a high-performer & achieve optimal experience. He completed his Doctoral fellowships at the University of Texas, at El Paso, and Lehigh University, in Bethlehem, PA. In both placements he worked with Division 1 student-athletes, their teams, coaches & athletic admin.As a Psychologist, Brent uses a Humanistic lens integrated with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Humanistic psychology helps individuals move towards growth, freedom and responsibility through dropping defence mechanisms which limits their ability to achieve wholeness. ACT uses acceptance & mindfulness strategies, together with behaviour change strategies, to increase psychological flexibility. Psychological flexibility means contacting the present moment fully, & based on what the situation affords, changing or persisting in behaviour in the service of clients chosen values. Most importantly, Brent recognizes & values how the relationship itself is the foundation of any change in a coaching relationship.Before entering graduate school, Brent earned an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology.  ★ Support this podcast ★
The Future of Work with Josh Bersin
Oct 18 2022
The Future of Work with Josh Bersin
“Every human being, every employee, every worker has this ability to adapt and grow and deal with adversity and take advantage of opportunities if you give them the right environment and that is really what leadership is about” In this episode The Future of Work, Josh Bersin sits down with host Edwin Frondozo to discuss new ways of leadership, the future of work and his new book Irresistible (available October 25th. Pre Order Irresistible off Amazon HERE).Josh is the founder and CEO of The Josh Bersin Company, an independent research firm which provides research and advisory services to global corporations covering all areas of HR, learning, and HR technology. Josh also founded Bersin & Associates (now Bersin by Deloitte) and the Josh Bersin Academy, the professional development platform. A frequent speaker at industry events, Josh has been quoted on talent management topics in key media, including The Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, The Financial Times, BBC Radio, CBS Radio and NPR. He is a columnist for the Sloan Management Review, a leading LinkedIn influencer, and has been a regular op-ed writer for HR Executive magazine. Josh spent 25 years in product development, product management, marketing and sales of e-learning and other enterprise technologies at companies including DigitalThink (now Convergys), Arista Knowledge Systems, Sybase, and IBM. Josh's education includes a B.S. in Engineering from Cornell University, an M.S. in the same discipline from Stanford University, and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. What You Will Learn From This EpisodeWhat is an Irresistible CompanyWhat Human-Centred Leadership isImportance of flexible work environments going forwardConnect with Josh Bersin:LinkedInWebsiteThe Josh Bersin AcademyFacebookTwitter “If you’re more secure and happy and focused and centred in your life, the rest of your team will be too.”This episode was brought to you by Slingshot Communications, the preferred virtual PBX of business leaders.  Get your business SMS today. ★ Support this podcast ★
Greet the Pull with Irene Pace
Oct 11 2022
Greet the Pull with Irene Pace
Greet the Pull with Irene Pace“Every behaviour is an attempt to solve a problem, even if it’s not the best solution.”  Irene PaceIn this episode, Greet the Pull, Irene Pace sits down with host Edwin Frondozo to discuss counterproductive behaviours you wish you could do away with, how they impact your leadership, and what you can do about them.Irene is the founder and CEO of Pace Nutrition, where she specializes in helping people discover what drives their challenging eating behaviours and craft a new relationship with food.Her challenges with food inspired her to develop the Pace Method, which she has used to help hundreds of clients, from doctors to entrepreneurs change the way they relate to food and open doors to change the way they relate to their bodies, other people around them, and reach major inflection points in their personal and business lives.She started her career as a Registered Dietitian managing complex medical nutrition support in a major trauma hospital before leading the University of Waterloo’s student nutrition program and launching the nutrition arm of the first multidisciplinary primary care practice in Ontario, Canada.Irene is also the author of “Eat Like You Teach,” an Amazon bestseller that helps healthcare professionals who find themselves struggling with food use the Pace Method to find the path forward.Irene captains her local field hockey team in her free time and enjoys outdoor adventures, from biking through the Rocky Mountains to walking the Amazon rainforest with native shamans. What You Will Learn From This EpisodeHow food and our nervous system are linkedHow your early childhood relationship with food can shape your eating habitsWhat is Greet the PullConnect with Irene PaceLinkedInWebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterTwitchThis episode was brought to you by Slingshot Communications, the preferred virtual PBX of business leaders.  Get your business SMS today. “The way this system is trained is it is trained through experience over time, so your nervous system learns. You can think of it like AI or something, right? It learns through experience.” Irene Pace ★ Support this podcast ★
Living Life as an Artrepreneur with Marcos Mendosa
Oct 4 2022
Living Life as an Artrepreneur with Marcos Mendosa
“You can have your purpose as a foundational base which is the purpose of my life is to live, and then put that aside and say “I get that that’s a core principle, a core value or my life that my purpose is to live.”. And then from there start to stack on that and create other ways of being that help you think beyond just you know, what is your life’s purpose.” Marcos MendosaIn this episode Living Life as an Artrepreneur, Marcos Mendosa sits down with host Edwin Frondozo to discuss living life as an Artrepreneur, how communication is a super power and how purpose is not enough – it’s just the foundation.With a passion for poetry, writing, and teaching sales, Marcos Mendosa has built a reputation as the go-to-source for learning how to use communication as a superpower.As the co-founder of Coachable, a coaches business development agency, Marcos has built a service model that helps optimize businesses by helping coaches focus on their genius while he and his team take care of their sales, branding, copy, and social media marketing. With his background as the Head Trainer of the Think and Grow Rich Institute, Marcos led the organization through a series of training programs that influenced thousands of people on how to integrate the principles of Napoleon Hill’s books into their lives.Marcos is originally from Toronto, Canada and lives a nomadic life around the world. What You Will Learn From This EpisodeWhat is a Artrepreneur.Purpose is a foundation.How communication is a super power.Thought, feeling and action sequence.  “Communication solves all problems. Communication creates all reality. ” Marcos Mendosa Connect with Marcos MendosaLinkedInInstagramTikTokSpotify This episode was brought to you by Slingshot Communications, the preferred virtual PBX of business leaders.  Get your business SMS today.The post Living Life as an Artrepreneur | Marcos Mendosa | TBLP 169 first appeared on The Business Leadership Podcast. ★ Support this podcast ★
Fuel Your Flow with Pauline Dougald | TBLP 168
Sep 27 2022
Fuel Your Flow with Pauline Dougald | TBLP 168
HomeAbout All EpisodesWomen Leaders Best Leadership Podcasts MenuHomeAbout All EpisodesWomen Leaders Best Leadership PodcastsThe Business Leadership Podcast episode Fuel Your Flow with Pauline Dougald “Flow expresses itself totally different to each individual person. It is a highly unique experience and every individual will have its own personal approach to it.” Pauline DougaldIn this episode Fuel Your Flow, Pauline Dougald sits down with host Edwin Frondozo to discuss flow, creativity, productivity and how to continue growth and evolving.Pauline is a Creative Focus Coach who combines Artistic approach and Neuroscience – based peak performance tools to guide her clients to become their optimized version of themselves and unlock their creativity.Her specialty is creating a wider perspective and shifting paradigm to access the parts that are dormant, in order to reclaim back that creative resilience that lives within everyone.She has trained with Robbins-Madanes Institute, Flow Research Collective, is a Precision Nutrition L1 certified coach and has a degree from Fine Arts school as well as a graduate of an Interior Design program. She also learned from prominent leaders such as Tony Robbins, Peter Sage, Steven Kotler, David Hawkins, Joe Dispensa, Michael Gervais, Tom Campbell and many more.She combines her knowledge of interior spaces, neuroscience, spirituality, psychology and physiological aspects in order to facilitate holistic approach to reshaping the view of the world and unlocking creative potential, as well as shifting the mindset to overcome any blockages.Pauline also has a passion for motorsports and approaches life as a race where developing creativity and acceptance of failure can mean a difference between life of fulfillment or one of regret. What You Will Learn From This EpisodeWhat is flow state.The most critical component needed for flow state to occur.What is Challenge Scale Ratio.In what state flow happens. Connect with Pauline DougaldWebsiteFacebookTwitterPodcast This episode was brought to you by Slingshot Communications, the preferred virtual PBX of business leaders.  Get your business SMS today. “You need to figure out yourself in order to do something for a long period of time. Flow does not happen momentarily. It’s a building up process and it has to stay there for an extended period of time, so you have to find your own way on how to consistently do something.” Pauline DougaldFollow us on Apple PodcastsIf you enjoyed this episode, please share to a friend: SearchAbout TBLA resource for multipassionate business leaders, entrepreneurs and creators looking to 100X their impact.  Follow on your favourite podcast player:Featured SponsorFeatured VideoRecent EpisodesFollow on SpotifySign up for our newsletter today and never miss an episode!   Email SendYou agree to receive updates on new episodes and business leadership-related podcasts. We promise never to spam you!Made with by Podcast 100X © Resonity MediaThe post Fuel Your Flow | Pauline Dougald | TBLP 168 first appeared on The Business Leadership Podcast. ★ Support this podcast ★