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Fresh Tracks was created to share ideas, best practices, and bring thought leaders together to help you create your own fresh tracks in life and business. As individual as each of us are, you are most successful when you create your business your way

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Living Life with Passion and Helping Others
<p>In episode 58 of Fresh Tracks I speak with entrepreneur Carey Smolensky about passion. What started as a DJ company in High School has evolved into a family of companies in the entertainment industry which Carey spearheads! While Carey is leading several companies, acting and pursuing other interests he enjoys, he shares his belief that you CAN do many things and be successful. He feels that as long as you are focusing on one thing at a time you are not multi-tasking. Carey’s passion as a recording artist, DJ, author, event producer, working actor, philanthropist and demonstrates how it is possible to create Fresh Tracks repeatedly in your life.</p> <p>Have an idea you would like to pursue but have been putting it off? Carey shares that everyone has the tools to do what they set out to do. It may not be at the level of someone that’s done 10,000 hours, but that doesn’t mean you can’t participate! Carey tells us that sometimes just getting started is the hardest part in pursuing your passion.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes</strong><br /> 2:45 – Carey’s high school business that set him on the path he is on today<br /> 6:00 – Knowing when it’s time to cut Fresh Tracks and entering the zone of realization<br /> 10:20 – Knowing the difference between ‘squirrel’ syndrome and stepping into your next adventure<br /> 13:05 – Why living your life with passion is so important<br /> 15:45 – The number one reason most people don’t follow their passion<br /> 20:00 – How to ignite passion in your own life. Particularly if you don’t have a passion<br /> 23:05 – Why failure is an integral part of success<br /> 27:15 – Success looks amazing because you’ve never seen path.</p> <p><strong>About Carey Smolensky</strong><br /> Carey Smolensky is a man who truly cares about making a difference in the lives of others. A Husband, Father, dynamic Businessman and Entrepreneur, Carey Smolensky began his family of companies while in high school. A graduate of Loyola University of Chicago with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology. Carey has received numerous local, national, and international awards for entertainment and event production. Through Carey's events, collaboration with top thought leaders, and partnerships with impactful businesses and charities, Carey has impacted the lives of countless people.</p> <p>He believes that evolution is the key to innovation and is constantly evolving both personally and professionally to continually live his life with passion. Carey is a founding board member of Front Row Foundation, an organization that sponsors recipients who are battling life-threatening illnesses by bringing them to the live event of their dreams in the “Front Row” and Founder of A Warmer Winter, supported by Carey Smolensky Productions, providing food, clothing and hugs to Chicago's homeless community. Carey focuses on helping others in everything he does. He lives every day with passion, and positively impacts the lives of anyone who crosses his path.<br /> <strong>Free Offering:</strong><br /> -$350 discount code for attending The Passion Summit (May 7-8, 2018)<br /> <a href="http://www.thepassionsummit.com" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">www.ThePassionSummit.com</a> use promo code: FRESHTRACKS</p>
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Invisible in Plain Sight: the Role Branding Plays in Being Seen
<p>In episode 57 of Fresh Tracks I speak with personal branding coach Jessie May about what it means to be seen. Seen by the right people. Seen by your tribe. Being seen as your authentic self. Being truly seen as your authentic self entails both how you are being energetically, and how you present yourself to the world as a business. Jessie May shares what a brand is and why taking the time to define yours early on is an important step to your small business success.</p> <p>You may be blogging, sending an e-zine, speaking or publishing articles and taking other marketing actions but not getting the results you desire. I call it being invisible in plain sight. Jessie May shares how easy it is for this to happen and provides tips for overcoming this common and frustrating struggle. Jessie May also shares her branding tree with us - a visual for how branding, marketing and you fit together. What happens when you show up as the authentic you to your tribe? You may be feeling vulnerable, but your tribe is feeling connection. Which leads to trust, clients, and often a feeling of fulfillment in your business.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes</strong><br /> 2:00 – Jessie May explains the branding tree and what branding actually is<br /> 6:15 – When is it a good time to have your own branding done?<br /> 9:30 – The two things you must know to establish your brand<br /> 14:40 – The struggle of being invisible in plain sight.<br /> 16:21 – The role vulnerability plays in connecting with your ideal clients<br /> 22:14 – The most important thing to say YES to in business<br /> 26: 34 – Tips for keeping yourself ‘seen’ – even if you don’t feel like it<br /> 30:00 – How you can benefit by keeping your higher purpose top of mind</p> <p><strong>About Jessie May</strong><br /> Jessie May is a personal-branding coach and tribe-building expert for soulful solopreneurs who need to be the inspirational face of their business so they can attract a lot of followers to their message!</p> <p>She’s a true believer that the more a business reflects its owner's essence, the more impactful it will be, so she’s set out to "make over" boring businesses into authentic, memorable and client-attracting brands.</p> <p>She does this by helping her clients pull together 4 key areas that must be aligned for their brands to communicate a clear signal to the tribe they want to attract: visuals, messaging, personal presence and program packaging.</p> <p>In addition to her international coaching business, Jessie May is also the founder of Daring Divas, the largest and most active women’s entrepreneurial Meetup community in Boulder, CO. Since 2011, Daring Divas has hosted multiple events per month designed to support its members in creating authentic, supportive and fun relationships that enhance both their personal and professional lives.<br /> <strong>Link to free offer:</strong><br /> <a href="https://coachjessiemay.com/powerprofilesystem/" target= "_blank" rel= "noopener">https://coachjessiemay.com/powerprofilesystem/</a><br /> Coupon code: freshtracks</p> <p><a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net/meditation" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Click here to join us for a free Meditation for your Success in Business</a>!</p>
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Bold Betties -- The Niki Koubourlis Story from Employee to Entrepreneur
<p>In this week’s episode of Fresh Tracks I speak with Niki Koubourlis, founder of the women’s outdoor adventure company Bold Betties. Niki shares her journey of bold adventure, entrepreneurial success, and cutting Fresh Tracks. Niki’s journey begins with her making one bold move after another, including a move across continents to Colorado where she knows no one and has no job lined up. Within a few short years Niki has established an outdoor adventure community for women, over 42,000 strong, that reaches all corners of the world.</p> <p>We discuss the role drive plays in personal success and why being bold is often required to cut Fresh Tracks in your own life. Niki shares insights into the role community plays in the ‘chapter B’ phase of life and how community can help you through a transformation or tough life event. Using the outdoor experience Bold Betties provides to push your boundaries, many gain the courage to walk into a scary situation in other aspects of their lives that had been holding them back. Be bold and check out this week’s show to get the scoop!</p> <p><strong>Show Notes</strong></p> <p>1:50 – Niki’s personal story going from employee in Abu Dhabi to entrepreneur in Colorado<br /> <br /> 6:40 – How the Bold Betties experience began<br /> <br /> 8:53 – Meetups amazing role in Bold Betties phenomenal growth</p> <p>11:00 – Why Niki took Bold Betties from an ecommerce site to an outdoor adventure company</p> <p>13:50 -- Moving through ‘Chapter B’<br /> <br /> 17:55 – The catalyst of knowing that you are capable of way more than you previously thought<br /> <br /> 21:00 – Advice for those contemplating taking the leap from employee to entrepreneur<br /> <br /> 24:15 – Living for a paycheck vs living for your purpose</p> <p><strong>About Niki Koubourlis</strong></p> <p>CEO & Founder, Bold Betties</p> <p>A bold woman with an adventurous story to tell, Niki inspires entrepreneurs, professionals, and the average Jane to find out what they’re passionate about and actualize their aspirations.</p> <p>Up until 2012, every major life decision Niki made was motivated by a desire for security: the career she chose, the schools she went to and the man she married. But she wasn't happy. In a quest to find purpose and passion, she left behind her job and her marriage, and moved to Colorado where she began trying new things, seeing new places and making new friends. That’s where she got the idea to start a business doing what she loves – helping women encounter the outdoors.</p> <p>Providing a fresh outlook on embracing life as an entrepreneur, Niki now leads an e-commerce startup, Bold Betties, where she focuses on eliminating the barriers of entry to adventure travel and outdoor recreation and building a community of women to share adventures together.</p> <p>A veteran executive in the real estate investment industry, Niki holds an MBA from The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business and B.A. from Washington State University.</p> <p><a href="http://www.boldbetties.com">www.boldbetties.com</a></p> <p> Want more Fresh Tracks? <a href= "http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Get your free Tracks-to-Cash Video Training here now!</a></p>
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You are a Badass at Making Money
<p>In episode 55 of Fresh Tracks I speak with Jen Sincero, NYT bestselling author of <em>You Are a Badass at Making Money</em>. Jen talks to us about creating wealth and steps to take if you truly want to have it all. Jen specifically shares some common blocks many of us have to making money and provides insights on how to become aware of what our individual blocks are. Becoming aware of our unconscious judgements and shame around money is one of the best places to start! In her famously funny style, Jen also discusses how being unaware of our own excuses is, in fact, killing our success.</p> <p>We also examine the role gratitude plays in making money and how your lack of gratitude is unknowingly sabotaging your money making efforts. In this episode Jen goes in-depth on how powerful our thoughts are and how they shape our income potential. She also discusses the ways in which our bank accounts are mirrors for our bugaboos about money. Jen helps listeners find clarity on their financial goals, debunks the fear, loathing and guilt people associate with money, and provides manageable tips for staying on the path to financial success. Jen also shares the inside scoop on the number one decision she made that changed her life.</p> <p><br /> <strong>Show Notes</strong><br /> 2:00 – Jen Sincero’s journey creating wealth<br /> 5:00 – The role gratitude and energy plays in making money<br /> 8:50 – Jen’s advice for those about to cut their Fresh Tracks<br /> 13:30 – The number one decision Jen made that changed her life<br /> 16:50 – What IS the most important part of making money?<br /> 18:50 – Jen shares about the role confidence plays in filling your wallet<br /> 24:20 – Jen’s ‘gateway drug’ to shifting her consciousness<br /> 26:30 – Why we often don’t have the breakthroughs we seek</p> <p><br /> Jen Sincero is a bestselling author, success coach, and motivational speaker who has spent over a decade traveling the world helping people transform their lives and their bank accounts via her public appearances, private sessions, coaching seminars, and her books, including the New York Times bestselling book, You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life. Jen and her work have appeared in a variety of media outlets including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Comedy Central, Bloomberg Magazine, Men's Journal, Success Magazine, Interview, Cosmo, and O Magazine. Jen currently lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.<br /> <a href="http://%20www.jensincero.com" target= "_blank">www.jensincero.com</a></p> <p> Want more Fresh Tracks? <a href= "http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks-to-Cash Video Training here now!</a></p> <p> </p>
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The Role of Communicating Strategically in Cutting Fresh Tracks
<p>In this episode of Fresh Tracks I speak with best-selling author and speaker Dianna Booher about the important and yet often neglected act of communicating strategically. As leaders in our life, business and community, speaking strategically plays an instrumental role in our outcomes, how others perceive us, and our ability to manifest what we desire. Dianna shares best practices for answering important questions when you are caught off guard and teaches us a structure you can always follow to be concise and cover what you need to cover without advance preparation! Dianna also teaches us a 6-step process to becoming a strategic communicator – it’s something all of us can master.</p> <p>What happens when you walk into a room? Do you command a presence or are you mostly ignored? Dianna shares expert advice on what it means to have a personal presence and helps us evaluate where to spend our time improving our presence. Finally, in this week’s show you’ll learn the number one complaint of senior executives and how to overcome it!</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br /> 1:52 – What makes strategic communication different than regular communication?<br /> 5:50 – How you can become a strategic speaker<br /> 10:10 – Six areas you must succeed in to be a successful entrepreneur<br /> 12:00 – The must-know strategic communication structure every Fresh Tracker needs to follow to answer strategically when caught off guard.<br /> 15:50 – Learn the number one complaint of senior executives and how avoid the trap<br /> 21:00 – What is personal presence? The four categories of personal presence and how they affect your success<br /> 24:50 – How to recognize if your personal presence is hurting you rather than helping you</p> <p><strong>About Diana Booher:</strong><br /> Dianna Booher is the bestselling author of 47 books, published in 60 foreign-language editions, with nearly 4 million copies sold. Her personal development topics include leadership communication, executive presence, writing, and life balance.</p> <p>National media such as Good Morning America, USAToday, The Wall Street Journal, Investor’s Business Daily, Bloomberg, Forbes.com, FOX, CNN, NPR, Success, FastCompany.com, and Entrepreneur have interviewed her for opinions on critical workplace communication issues.<br /> Keynotes, consulting, and training clients include IBM, Exxon Mobil, JP Morgan Chase, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, BP, Chevron, Conoco-Phillips, PepsiCo, Novartis, Honeywell, Merrill Lynch, Department of the Navy, and NASA, just to name a few.</p> <p>She has been inducted into the Speakers Hall of Fame by the National Speakers Association. Success Magazine has named her to its list of “21 Top Speakers for the 21st Century.” She also appears at #54 on the Cacotopia “Top 200 Most Influential Authors in the World” list (2017).<br /> <a href="http://www.CommunicateLikeALeaderBook.com" target= "_blank">www.CommunicateLikeALeaderBook.com</a> or <a href= "http://www.BooherResearch.com." target= "_blank">www.BooherResearch.com.</a></p> <p> Want more Fresh Tracks? <a href= "http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks-to-Cash Video Training here now!</a></p>
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The power of embracing life’s beginnings and endings – and how that helps you create Fresh Tracks
<p>Do you LOVE starting new things – the adventure, the newness, the fun just gets you so excited you can hardly stand it? You jump in to your new endeavor with enthusiasm and motivation and are ready to rock the world. The thing is, that excitement only lasts so long. In no time at all the fun adventure becomes routine and before you know it, it’s ending. How do you handle things as they are ending? From relationships to projects to businesses, how you handle endings effects how you handle your next beginning and it effects how you experience yourself. How does it effect you when you avoid endings? When you drop things quickly and move on, unfinished, to your next exciting adventure?</p> <p>In episode 53 of Fresh Tracks I speak with Shaman and author HeatherAsh Amara about the role beginnings and endings play in creating Fresh Tracks. She shares how important it is to recognize beginnings and endings as they are happening and gives us tips on how to be conscious during our transitions. HeatherAsh tells us that we can use our endings to get clear on where we want to go next and how we may experience our next phases of life differently. In this week’s show we also discuss being aware of how are we in relationship to things when they don’t feel finished and how to do the inner work required to be at peace. And tons more!</p> <p><br /> <strong>Show Notes</strong><br /> 1:40 – Why beginnings and endings are important to our very existence<br /> 4:40 – In what ways can we honor an ending and why is it important<br /> 9:00 – Tips for recognizing when and if you are in a transition period<br /> 14:40 – Why it is important to recognize the ‘jagged edges’ in our life<br /> 17:55 – We can create good endings inside of us, even if the ending on the outside doesn’t look the way we’d like it to<br /> 21:20 – Why letting ourselves grieve fully can allow it to pass more quickly<br /> 24:35 – How to be there for someone else that is grieving or experiencing an ending<br /> 29:00 – The incredible power of the gap moments in life<br /> <br /> <strong>About HeatherAsh Amara</strong><br /> A leader in mindfulness, empowerment and shamanism, HeatherAsh Amara is the author of the bestselling Warrior Goddess Training, Become the Woman You are Meant to be.</p> <p>The heart of Amara’s teachings stems from her long Toltec apprenticeship and teaching partnership with don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements. Over the past fifteen years she has taught workshops and apprenticeships and trained teachers. She now travels the world working with women to integrate the feminine wisdom of the ancients into their modern lives. <a href= "http://heatherashamara.com/">http://heatherashamara.com/</a></p> <p> Want more Fresh Tracks? <a href= "http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks-to-Cash Video Training here now!</a></p>
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Listening for Success
<p>In episode 52 of Fresh Tracks I speak with communication expert Leslie Shore on the topic of listening for success. The truth is we can ALL be better listeners and it’s important to recognize this in order to continue to expand your communication skills. Did you know there are things you can do to help the person you are speaking with listen better so they are more likely to hear what you have to say? There are things you say and do as a speaker to invite people to open up (or shut down) and they are more likely to listen to you. Leslie shares that our goal as speakers is to learn how to speak in a way that matches the person listening.</p> <p>Ready to cut some Fresh Tracks but scared to share with your loved ones? Leslie teaches us how to discuss touchy topics in a way that is less likely to make the listener shut down. “Honey I’m quitting my job and starting a new business” has been known to bring up a few listening barriers as folks embark on their Fresh Tracks journey! Listen in on this week’s show to get the scoop!</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br /> 1:40 – Tips for finding out what may be preventing YOU from listening<br /> 4:30 – Learning to listen with your critical brain rather than letting your emotions taking over<br /> 7:30 – How to speak so people open up and are more likely to hear you<br /> 10:10 – How to communicate something touchy in a way that doesn’t shut your partner down<br /> 15:30 – Choosing to listen to ourselves (our mind chatter) or not<br /> 19:00 – Can you listen too hard?<br /> 21:40 – Boundaries and listening. Not setting boundaries will drain you fast!<br /> 25:30 – Changing the ground rules when we cut Fresh Tracks and how to work with it</p> <p><strong>About Leslie Shore</strong><br /> Professor Leslie Shore is a communications expert. As the owner of the consultancy Listen to Succeed, Leslie has worked with corporations, nonprofits, entrepreneurs, health professionals, and educational institutions to up-level their intra-personal and inter-personal communication skills. Her book, Listen to Succeed: How to identify and overcome barriers to effective listening, is currently used in four universities and in businesses and non-profits throughout the United States and Canada.<br /> Learn more from Leslie at <a href= "http://www.ListenToSucceed.com">www.ListenToSucceed.com</a></p> <p>Want more Fresh Tracks? <a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks-to-Cash Video Training here now!</a></p>
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A Simple Morning Routine to Prime Your Brain for Success
<p>In episode 51 of Fresh Tracks with Kelly Robbins I speak with May McCarthy. Serial entrepreneur, angel investor, and author of The Path to Wealth, May explains the 7 steps she takes each morning that help her activate her subconscious to help her achieve her goals. Like Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Steve Jobs, and Albert Einstein, May teaches us that we can learn to rely on intuition to achieve more of what we want in all areas of our life.</p> <p>May shares specific examples of ways to grow your business with clarity and insightfulness. Her wisdom on conscious capitalism, what it means and how to use it as a powerful tool for the growth and success of everyone involved in a transaction is a must for anyone in business. From attracting the right employees to maximizing profits and financial goals, May’s lifetime of experience both running and selling profitable companies is invaluable and shared in this week’s show!</p> <p><strong>Show Notes</strong><br /> 2:30 – May’s path to using words, thoughts and emotions to achieve goals<br /> 7:50 – The morning goal planning session. Setting yourself up for success<br /> 12:40 – The role gratitude, intuition, and operating in integrity plays in manifesting<br /> 15:30 – The most important step to bringing your goals to fruition<br /> 18:00 – Conscious capitalism, having a purpose, and serving your stakeholders<br /> 25:00 – Common struggles people have to implementing the seven steps<br /> 28:10 – A proven technique to double check your intuition if you aren’t trusting it<br /> 31:00 – May’s definition of wealth and how to use her process to achieve it<br /> 33:45 – Imagery vs visualization and how to use it in this manifesting process</p> <p><strong>About May McCarthy</strong><br /> Since 1982, May McCarthy has helped to start and grow six successful companies as large as $100 million in annual revenues.  She is a best-selling author, speaker, university lecturer and angel investor.  She serves on business, philanthropic, arts and university boards.  May has become successful by implementing spiritual principles into her ventures, and it is her passion to pass her knowledge on to others.  She is the author of the best-selling book <em>The Path to Wealth: Seven Spiritual Steps for Financial Abundance</em>. <a href= "http://www.maymccarthy.com">www.maymccarthy.com</a></p> <p>Want more Fresh Tracks? <a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks-to-Cash Video Training here now!</a></p>
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Beyond Goal Setting
<p>In episode 50 of Fresh Tracks we discuss three simple habits you can incorporate into your daily routine to more easily get things done, grow your business with ease, and create with intention.  Many of us struggle because we work towards our goals haphazardly and start off our work day by getting done what we ‘have to’ first. We prevent our success in our business by unconsciously blocking our happiness, not feeling whole as a person and spending our time trying to fit in rather than appreciating what makes us unique.</p> <p><br /> In this week’s show we review what happens if you spend just a few minutes focusing on what’s important before starting work each day. Taking a few moments to focus on your goals and move forward with intention can change everything. You will ultimately find you spend less time achieving more. Learning to love who you are and honoring your distinctness, stopping unsupportive patterns that block your happiness, consciously choosing and clearing your relationships, and caring for your work space are just a few of the characteristics of entrepreneurs that build thriving businesses that we discuss in this week’s show!  </p> <p><br /> The result of spending a mere five minutes a day with these habits is the difference in bringing dreams and visions to fruition in a concrete and repeatable way.</p> <p><br /> <strong>Show Notes:</strong><br /> 2:00 – How the energetic force that runs your business works<br /> 6:00 – Tips for creating a healthy and productive work space<br /> 9:30 – The role intentionality plays in your day<br /> 12:35 – Money consciousness and circulation. How to keep the circulation flowing!<br /> 16:00 – Intentional happiness and ways we block our happiness<br /> 20:00 – Discovering where you do not feel you are whole as a person<br /> 24:45 – Learn to love your own distinctiveness rather than hide from it<br /> 27:00 – Developing the gift to see things as they are rather than how you want them to be</p> <p><strong>About Kelly Robbins, MA</strong><br /> Kelly Robbins is the author of Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks and publishes the <a href= "http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">Fresh Tracks with Kelly Robbins podcast</a> and is the founder of <a href="http://www.KellyRobbins.net" target="_blank">Kelly Robbins Coaching</a>. Kelly helps people create their life their way through their business. Kelly believes that we each have a purpose and that purpose is unique to each of us. Getting clear on who you are, your talents and how you best help people allows you to create a business – in fact a lifestyle – by design. You succeed at this not by copying others, but by following your intuition and carving your own unique path in this world. This individuality is what attracts others to you. This is how you create your own happiness.</p> <p>Kelly is a marketing coach, writer and seeker of truth that helps guide folks on their journey to self-empowerment, creating work and life as a fun adventure, and knowing how to lead the right clients to your door consistently.</p> <p>Known for her directness and truth-telling, you can visit <a href="http://www.KellyRobbins.net" target= "_blank">www.KellyRobbins.net</a> to learn more about the role marketing and personal development play in starting and growing a business and designing a life of your choosing. Kelly is a columnist for the <a href="http://www.bizjournals.com/" target= "_blank">American City Business Journals</a>, a regular blogger for The Work at Home Woman, and created the highly acclaimed Make it Yours: Crafting Your Marketing with SOUL workshops.</p> <p><a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net/" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks to Cash 3 Video Training here now!</a></p>
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The Art of Voice
<p>In episode 49 of Fresh Tracks I speak with voice coach Hilary Blair about the power of our voice. Hilary teaches us some best practices so you can you best use your voice to both communicate your message and be in your power center so you are heard. In this week’s show you’ll discover the three distinct areas of your voice and understand why they are important as well as the role of each. Hilary also shares the important role of your breath when you speak and the different types of breath that support conveying your message adequately in different situations.</p> <p>Did you know that your voice is connected to you and your emotions? In fact, your voice is a vulnerable place because it’s connected to your breath and we can unconsciously hold back when we are afraid or nervous – undermining the message we are trying to share. Understanding our bodies built-in coping mechanisms and how to work with them rather than against them is a valuable tool Hilary shares in the show. Are you using your voice as a wall to hide behind? Speak and no one hears you? You don’t feel as if you are speaking as your powerful self in certain situations? Listen in on this week’s show….Hilary shares all!</p> <p>Hilary shares that embracing the emotional quality of our beingness is what the world needs more of right now and people are starving to hear the full emotion in our voice – we do this by sharing our full selves.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes</strong><br /> 2:20 – Your breath. Your voice. Knowing who you are and getting your message out there<br /> 5:00 – The three distinct areas of your voice, including your power source<br /> 7:30 – What to do if your message is not landing or not being heard<br /> 10:30 – The maturation cycle of your voice and stepping into your mature voice<br /> 14:00 – Creating the ‘balanced stereo’ in your voice<br /> 17:25 – Difference between a full voice and a deep voice and why it matters<br /> 24:30 – Contrast between the belly breath and the athletic breath when you speak<br /> 28:00 – Why networking events can be exhausting and what do to about it<br /> 31:00 – What happens to our voice when we get nervous and Hilary’s #1 tip for dealing with it<br /> <br /> <strong>About Hilary Blair</strong><br /> Hilary Blair trains high achievers craving honest feedback in order to reach the next level in business and/or life. She is impassioned by moving beyond habits and learned behaviors to uncover what is unique and authentic in individuals and groups. A presentation and speaking voice expert, Hilary is a highly regarded coach and facilitator working extensively across the globe with a variety of businesses including American Express, Janus Funds, Staples, Liberty Global, Slalom, Merrill Lynch, and Hunter Douglas.  </p> <p>Whether facilitating workshops that use improvisation to improve leadership skills, team building and creativity, or training trainers to hone their craft, Ms. Blair’s 30 plus years as a teacher combined with her professional stage, film and voice over career present a unique skill set. She has participated as a Making Cents’ speaker and mentor at two YSEALI exchanges (Singapore, 2014 and Vietnam, 2015) to deliver expert training on verbal communication and presentation skills. Her skills-building sessions were ranked highly by YSEALI young leaders and many have stayed in touch with Ms. Blair in informal mentorship relationships.</p> <p>Ms. Blair is founder, CEO and lead coach at ARTiculate: Real&Clear, a communications company which has grown exponentially since its inception. She is an active member of Toastmasters International and is a board member of VASTA – the Voice and Speech Trainers Association. She is on faculty for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and has been adjunct faculty for a number of universities. Hilary holds an MFA in acting from the National Theatre Conservatory and a BA from Yale University.</p> <p><a href= "http://www.articulaterc.com">www.articulaterc.com</a></p> <p>Want more Fresh Tracks? <a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks-to-Cash Video Training here now!</a></p>
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Interview with Jessica Barron, VP &GM for Livestrong.com
<p>In Episode 48 of Fresh Tracks I speak with Jessica Barron, VP & GM of Livestrong.com. We cover a wide range of topics from personal health for busy professionals to the hot new marketing to trends for 2017! Jess discusses the challenges in adding voice to a large brand and balancing that with giving everyone a voice…all the while recognizing that you can’t please everyone.<br /> <br /> What’s the key to Livestrong’s success of over 27.5 million unique monthly viewers? Always looking to the future and invigorating their brand. On this week’s show Jess discusses tips for moving your business forward and always staying on top of the times as well as the role trending topics plays in growing your brand. She also had some interesting insights on the different interests on today’s popular mediums such as Facebook, snapchat and twitter.<br /> <br /> Jess also shares her advice for any Fresh Trackers wanting to get into the health and wellness space. Truthfully her tips can apply to all of us in any industry so be sure to listen in! From curating your content to meeting influencers in your community (for more on this see our <a href= "http://kellyrobbins.net/marketing-training/annual-2017-marketing-planning-guide/" target="_blank">2017 marketing planning guide)</a> and attending leading conferences all play an important role in business growth.<br /> <br /> <strong>Show Notes:</strong><br /> 4:00 – The #1 thing busy entrepreneurs can do to begin taking care of their health.<br /> 7:30 – How to determine what to use when there is a ton of information available for your marketing.<br /> 11:15 –Tips for breaking into the healthy living industry and any other industry you want to break into.<br /> 16:45 – The biggest challenge to managing such a large brand as livestrong.com.<br /> 19:00 – The powerful role of pay it forward. Empowering individuals and the amazing results it had on Livestrong.com.<br /> 22:20 – Major trends upcoming for 2017<br /> 26:50 – Tips for how to take care of yourself if you only have a few minutes.<br /> <br /> <strong>About Jess Baron</strong><br /> Jess Barron is the VP & GM for LIVESTRONG.COM, a leading healthy lifestyle website with over 27.5 million unique monthly viewers. LIVESTRONG.COM provides the blueprint to simple healthy living. The site and MyPlate app have helped people lose over 20 million pounds in the past year. Prior to LIVESTRONG.COM, Jess was the business leader of Beachbody's online subscription website with digital videos and online tools. And before that, Jess honed a deep understanding of the types of headlines and content that appealed to all demographics of people when she ran the team that chose the news, entertainment, sports and health articles that appeared on the front page of Yahoo, at the time the most popular site on the Internet.</p> <p>Want more Fresh Tracks? <a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks-to-Cash Video Training here now!</a> </p>
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The One Thing
<p>In episode 47 of Fresh Tracks I speak with author and business owner Jay Papasan about the ONE Thing: the surprising simple truth behind extraordinary results. Jay poses this question for us ask ourselves: What’s the one thing I can do, such that by doing it, everything else will be easier or unnecessary? By focusing on your ONE thing, you can accomplish more by doing less. Jay shares why discovering this surprisingly simple truth is the difference between achieving extraordinary results vs consistent struggle and shares how to implement these truths in your life.<br /> <br /> The results you get are directly influenced by the way you work and the choices you make. In this week’s show Jay provides tips for both discovering your ONE thing and the pitfalls to avoid when we have a lot to do, recognizing that the distractions we face each day are unlimited! Jay shares personal stories of how he and his wife built their multimillion-dollar real estate business while raising their two kids, and kept their priorities of family first through the growth stages of their business to today.<br /> <br /> <strong>Show Notes:</strong><br /> <br /> 3:30 – The number one reason you don’t stick to your plan<br /> 6:50 – Are you really saying yes to something or just trying it out?<br /> 11:40 – The power of asking better questions<br /> 14:00 – Discovering the ONE thing you can do that will change everything in your life<br /> 17:35 – The google story and how it relates to your Fresh Tracks<br /> 21:00 – Tips for narrowing your focus to one thing<br /> 24:00 – Balancing building your empire vs raising your kids<br /> 28:00 – Your purpose statement – what does it mean if you lose it?<br /> <br /> <strong>About Jay Papasan (PAP-uh-zan)</strong><br /> <br /> Jay Papasan is a best-selling author and co-owner, alongside his wife Wendy, of Papasan Properties Group with Keller Williams Realty in Austin Texas. His most recent work with Gary Keller on The ONE Thing has garnered more than 238 appearances on the national bestseller lists including #1 on the Wall Street Journal bestseller list.  <br /> <br /> Jay serves as Gary Keller’s co-author and executive editor on best-selling titles including: The Millionaire Real Estate Agent, The Millionaire Real Estate Investor, SHIFT: How Top Real Estate Agents Tackle Tough Times, FLIP: How to Find, Fix, and Sell Houses for Profit, HOLD: How to Find, Buy, and Rent Houses for Wealth, and The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results. He also co-authored SHIFT Commercial.<br /> <br /> Before joining Keller Williams Realty, Jay served as an editor at HarperCollins Publishers where he worked on such best-selling books as Body-for-Life by Bill Phillips and Go for the Goal by Mia Hamm.</p> <p><a href="http://the1thing.com/" target= "_blank">http://the1thing.com/</a></p> <p>Want more Fresh Tracks? <a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks-to-Cash Video Training here now!</a></p>
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The Secret Ingredient to Scaling a Business
<p>In Episode 46 of the Fresh Tracks with Kelly Robbins show we feature author, entrepreneur and mom Kimberly Alexander, founder of <a href="http://www.theresultsmap.com" target="_blank">The Results Map Experience</a>. The show begins with Kimberly sharing her experience rising the corporate ladder and how it rapidly led to the deterioration of her health and family relationships. Standing strong in her power, Kimberly’s transition from employee to entrepreneur is a perfect example of one woman cutting Fresh Tracks in her life and business!</p> <p>Kimberly shares how empowering it can be to use the strong lessons we’ve learned in life to fuel our passion moving forward in sharing our purpose with the world. Kimberly also candidly discusses why she has written two books, and openly provides tips for all of us on how to use a book as a platform for building a brand, a scalable business as well as creating foundational programs in our businesses.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br /> 2:25 – Kimberly’s journey from corporate executive to entrepreneur<br /> 5:30 – Insider tips for building the business of your dreams and living on purpose<br /> 9:30 – Leveraging life’s tough lessons to fuel you forward and live a life of purpose<br /> 13:00 – Why Kimberly wrote her book and how she uses it in her business<br /> 18:25 – Tips for getting your book done<br /> 21:30 – The secret ingredient to building a scalable business<br /> 25:00 – Building a foundational program for your business<br /> 27:30 – Why you owe it to your tribe to have both feet in</p> <p><strong>About Kimberly:</strong><br /> After over 20 years of a flourishing corporate executive career, Kimberly Alexander launched her company as a Growth Strategist and Transformational Speaker for Women Entrepreneurs. Kimberly has worked with several multi-million dollar organizations as an expert in leadership and professional development. Kimberly has worked strategically with Entrepreneurs to identify opportunity and take action for further growth. With a passion to make a difference, Kimberly trains through retreats, individual mentoring and transformational speaking.</p> <p>Kimberly launched her best-selling series in 2014, first with The Results Map: Business and Life strategies to get what you want. In 2015, The Results Map for Women in Biz was launched. Written from her own experiences, Kimberly has guided companies and hundreds of individuals to immediate success with her simple and direct fundamentals.</p> <p>Outside of writing, speaking and mentoring, Kimberly is married and a proud mother of two girls. She has a passion for hiking beautiful Colorado trails and living a life of purpose, balance and meaning.<br /> <br /> <a href= "http://www.KimberlyAlexanderInc.com">www.KimberlyAlexanderInc.com</a></p> <p>Want more Fresh Tracks? <a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks-to-Cash Video Training here now!</a></p>
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Finding the Gift -- A Lesson in Mindfulness
<p>On episode 45 of Fresh Tracks I speak with mindfulness expert Angela Howell. Angela found herself in an incredibly stressful situation when she had to recreate herself after experiencing a work injury that ended her highly successful corporate sales career. Angela shares how practicing simple mindfulness strategies can help you turn life’s obstacles into opportunities. By being mindful we can become aware of how our being uncomfortable is often actually what transmutes us into becoming who we are meant to be.</p> <p>We don’t have to be trained in meditation or have a daily yoga practice to grow in mindfulness and experience its calming benefits. In this week’s show Angela discusses tips for overcoming common obstacles to embracing mindfulness practices every day. Exploring negative beliefs about yourself, learning to see the blessing rather than the trial in experiences, and recognizing the gift in each situation are all opportunities to renew your passions in life.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br /> 1:30 – How and why Angela created a daily reader<br /> 3:35 – Angela’s journey creating Fresh Tracks and how she turned obstacles into opportunities<br /> 7:00 – Why comfort can be such an enemy to us becoming who we are meant to be<br /> 12:45 – How to recognize your next step<br /> 15:00 – The amazing power of 3 minutes of silence<br /> 20:00 – Different ways to incorporate mindfulness in your everyday life.<br /> 24:00 – Suggestions for becoming conscious of your internal chatter<br /> 28:00 – Movement vs exercise and the role it plays in mindfulness</p> <p><strong>About Angela</strong><br /> Angela Howell is a speaker, transformation coach, and the author of "Finding the Gift: Daily Meditations for Mindfulness," which quickly ranked in the Tennessean‘s top ten best-sellers list and continues to do so. She considers her award-winning, twelve-year career in corporate sales and eating disorder recovery journey two of her greatest teachers. Passionate about wellness and success, Angela has been seen in Fast Company, Cosmopolitan and Yahoo News, and she is a regular contributor to Huffington Post. Angela is devoted to inspiring people to find renewed passions for living, loving, working and playing. And of course, just being!</p> <p>FREE GIFT waiting for people who follow Angela’s blog at <a href="http://www.FindingtheGift.com.">http://www.FindingtheGift.com.</a></p> <p><a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks to Cash 3 Video Training here now!</a></p>
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Selling in a Skirt
<p>In episode 44 of Fresh Tracks I speak with author, iHeart radio show host and sales expert Judy Hoberman about sales. Judy shares insights on her brand, Selling in a Skirt, and teaches in-depth on her S.K.I.R.T philosophy. There is no getting away from sales as an entrepreneur, yet many of us struggle because we don’t feel comfortable selling or we feel we aren’t being in integrity with ourselves by ‘selling’ to others. Judy busts those ancient sales myths and that yucky salesy feeling and shares how bringing some old fashioned relationship building to the conversation changes everything.</p> <p>Don’t let ‘the triangle’ intimidate you, it’s not in Bermuda – Judy’s simple ‘strategic triangle’ will help everyone that suffers from bright shiny object syndrome stay on track when new opportunities present themselves! From being realistic in your goal setting to creating a one-page business plan, Judy helps simplify making money and connecting with clients on this week’s show!</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br /> 2:10 – Why selling the selling in a skirt philosophy is important for everyone<br /> 5:10 – Distinction between being interested vs interesting<br /> 7:00 – Why you need to build relationships before you need them<br /> 13:45 – The biggest mistake entrepreneurs make and how to avoid it<br /> 16:30 – The role of the strategic triangle<br /> 20:00 – The one page business plan – how to simplify getting started<br /> 25:0 – Judy’s #1 sales tip everyone must embrace to authentically sell<br /> 28:30 – Why women struggle with selling and relationship building<br /> 32:40 – The most important part of the selling process<br /> <br /> <strong>About Judy</strong></p> <p>Judy Hoberman, President of Selling In A Skirt is here to help you take the negativity out of selling. Her 30 years in sales has given her both the knowledge and sense of humor about the gender differences that we should all understand and embrace instead of feeling unable to communicate.<br /> Judy is the author of “Selling In A Skirt”, “Famous Isn’t Enough” and “Pure Wealth”, business books for Professional Women, Sales Executives and Entrepreneurs. She is the host of a weekly radio show on The Women 4 Women Network/iHeart Radio called Selling In A Skirt and is also featured as “The Gender Expert” on Fox News Radio.</p> <p>Her mission…to help women live the S.K.I.R.T. philosophy-Standing Out, Keys to Success, Inspiring Others, Results Oriented and Time Management…all while having fun.<br /> <a href= "In%20episode%2044%20of%20Fresh%20Tracks%20I%20speak%20with%20author,%20iHeart%20radio%20show%20host%20and%20sales%20expert%20Judy%20Hoberman%20about%20sales.%20Judy%20shares%20insights%20on%20her%20brand,%20Selling%20in%20a%20Skirt,%20and%20teaches%20in-depth%20on%20her%20S.K.I.R.T%20philosophy.%20There%20is%20no%20getting%20away%20from%20sales%20as%20an%20entrepreneur,%20yet%20many%20of%20us%20struggle%20because%20we%20don%E2%80%99t%20feel%20comfortable%20selling%20or%20we%20feel%20we%20aren%E2%80%99t%20being%20in%20integrity%20with%20ourselves%20by%20%E2%80%98selling%E2%80%99%20to%20others.%20Judy%20busts%20those%20ancient%20sales%20myths%20and%20that%20yucky%20salesy%20feeling%20and%20shares%20how%20bringing%20some%20old%20fashioned%20relationship%20building%20to%20the%20conversation%20changes%20everything.%20Don%E2%80%99t%20let%20%E2%80%98the%20triangle%E2%80%99%20intimidate%20you,%20it%E2%80%99s%20not%20in%20Bermuda%20%E2%80%93%20Judy%E2%80%99s%20simple%20%E2%80%98strategic%20triangle%E2%80%99%20will%20help%20everyone%20that%20suffers%20from%20bright%20shiny%20object%20syndrome%20stay%20on%20track%20when%20new%20opportunities%20present%20themselves!%20From%20being%20realistic%20in%20your%20goal%20setting%20to%20creating%20a%20one-page%20business%20plan,%20Judy%20helps%20simplify%20making%20money%20and%20connecting%20with%20clients%20on%20this%20week%E2%80%99s%20show!%20Show%20Notes:%202:10%20%E2%80%93%20Why%20selling%20the%20selling%20in%20a%20skirt%20philosophy%20is%20important%20for%20everyone%205:10%20%E2%80%93%20Distinction%20between%20being%20interested%20vs%20interesting%207:00%20%E2%80%93%20Why%20you%20need%20to%20build%20relationships%20before%20you%20need%20them%2013:45%20%E2%80%93%20The%20biggest%20mistake%20entrepreneurs%20make%20and%20how%20to%20avoid%20it%2016:30%20%E2%80%93%20The%20role%20of%20the%20strategic%20triangle%2020:00%20%E2%80%93%20The%20one%20page%20business%20plan%20%E2%80%93%20how%20to%20simplify%20getting%20started%2025:0%20%E2%80%93%20Judy%E2%80%99s%20#1%20sales%20tip%20everyone%20must%20embrace%20to%20authentically%20sell%2028:30%20%E2%80%93%20Why%20women%20struggle%20with%20selling%20and%20relationship%20building%2032:40%20%E2%80%93%20The%20most%20important%20part%20of%20the%20selling%20process%20About%20Judy%20Judy%20Hoberman,%20President%20of%20Selling%20In%20A%20Skirt%20is%20here%20to%20help%20you%20take%20the%20negativity%20out%20of%20selling.%20Her%2030%20years%20in%20sales%20has%20given%20her%20both%20the%20knowledge%20and%20sense%20of%20humor%20about%20the%20gender%20differences%20that%20we%20should%20all%20understand%20and%20embrace%20instead%20of%20feeling%20unable%20to%20communicate.%20Judy%20is%20the%20author%20of%20%E2%80%9CSelling%20In%20A%20Skirt%E2%80%9D,%20%E2%80%9CFamous%20Isn%E2%80%99t%20Enough%E2%80%9D%20and%20%E2%80%9CPure%20Wealth%E2%80%9D,%20business%20books%20for%20Professional%20Women,%20Sales%20Executives%20and%20Entrepreneurs.%20She%20is%20the%20host%20of%20a%20weekly%20radio%20show%20on%20The%20Women%204%20Women%20Network/iHeart%20Radio%20called%20Selling%20In%20A%20Skirt%20and%20is%20also%20featured%20as%20%E2%80%9CThe%20Gender%20Expert%E2%80%9D%20on%20Fox%20News%20Radio.%20Her%20mission%E2%80%A6to%20help%20women%20live%20the%20S.K.I.R.T.%20philosophy-Standing%20Out,%20Keys%20to%20Success,%20Inspiring%20Others,%20Results%20Oriented%20and%20Time%20Management%E2%80%A6all%20while%20having%20fun.%20www.sellinginaskirt.com/special/offer" target="_blank">www.sellinginaskirt.com/special/offer</a></p> <p><a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks to Cash 3 Video Training here now!</a></p>
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The Sustainable Edge: How 15 Minutes a Week Will Lead to a Richer Entrepreneurial Life
<p>Episode 43 -- Finding Your Sustainable Edge</p> <p>NYT best-selling authors of The Sustainable Edge: Fifteen Minutes a Week to a Richer Entrepreneurial Life, Ron Carson and Scott Ford share best practices to helping you achieve a fuller, more rewarding work-life balance. On this week’s show the duo inspire entrepreneurs to define and sustain a competitive edge in the complex, fast-changing world of business.<br /> <br /> Striving to integrate your passion, your business and your personal life? Ron and Scott will teach you how to achieve your goals across four key areas: your business, your teams, your clients, and your personal lives. Discover easy-to-perform exercises that can be completed in as little as 15 minutes a week to help your company boost its Business IQ. Achieving balance and sustainable business growth are possible and in fact important for entrepreneurs to be truly successful as these incredibly successful wealth advisors share on this week’s show.<br /> <br /> <strong>Show Notes</strong><br /> <br /> 4:00 – Tips for living your life by design and not default<br /> 7:30 – Defining your values and why work-life balance starts there<br /> 9:00 – How balance leads to growth and growth leads to balance<br /> 12:00 – Prioritizing for yourself and not others and letting go of everyone else's opinions<br /> 15:00 – Balance and integrating your values into your daily calendar<br /> 21:00 – You can have it all…if you take control of this ONE thing<br /> 25:00 – Why having a passion that pays is important to achieving a balanced and fulfilled life<br /> <br /> <strong>About Ron Carson and Scott Ford</strong><br /> <br /> Ron Carson is the founder and CEO of Carson Wealth, one of the largest wealth advisory firms in the country, serving clients through holistic financial planning, disciplined investment strategies, and proactive personal service. These driving principles enabled Ron’s firm, Carson Wealth Management Group to grow to nearly $6 billion in assets under advisement, which includes assets under management, and have led Ron to become LPL Financial’s top-ranked registered representative for 23 consecutive years. Ron has received countless accolades, including being inducted into Barron’s inaugural Hall of Fame. Ron coauthored The New York Times best-selling book Avalanche and the blueprinting process that goes with it.<br /> <br /> Scott Ford is Founder and CEO of Cornerstone Wealth Management Group, an independent Registered Investment Advisory firm serving entrepreneurs, business owners, executives, and their families. The firm specializes in comprehensive wealth management, business liquidity strategies, and SBA financing. Scott is ranked in the top one percent of all LPL Registered financial advisors based on annual production. He was recognized as one of the 20 Rising Stars of Wealth Management by Private Asset Management Magazine in 2008 based upon assets managed of $1 million or more per client.<br /> <br /> It is Scott’s mission to help his clients pursue financial freedom and live a balanced and fulfilled life. His personal and proactive approach is designed to bring clarity and simplicity to the complex issues of financial management. For over 20 years, he has been helping his clients define and pursue their own unique version of “True Wealth.”</p> <p><a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks to Cash 3 Video Training here now!</a></p>
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Is Your Worrying Manifesting Disaster?
<p><strong>Episode 42- Is Your Worrying Manifesting Disaster?</strong></p> <p>Did you know that the history of the word worry means to choke or strangle? How much of your time do you spend worrying – about anything? And how is that worry ‘strangling’ any good you are creating? In this week’s Fresh Tracks show Kelly Robbins delves into the inner sanctuary of our mind and examines the effect worrying has on our lives. From the relationships we manifest to how much money we make, worrying plays a significant factor in our overall health, happiness and success. Kelly also goes in-depth on the topics of wealth and abundance to help you examine the roles debt and dependency play in worrying.</p> <p>With tips to help you derail repetitive worrying and taking control of your thoughts, after listening to this week’s show you’ll easily be manifesting your dreams rather than repelling success! How do gratitude, responsibility and patience play a role in not only manifesting the life and business of our dreams, but creating anything we want from a healthy body to an abundant bank account? Understanding the significance of the love/hate relationship we have when we are dependent on someone and how our natural tendency to rebel can get us into debt is all covered on this week’s show!</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br /> 2:00 – Which type of worrier are you?<br /> 5:45 – How worrying affects us emotionally, spiritually, mentally, physically<br /> 9:30 – What you need to know about lack<br /> 11:00 – The incredibly important yet subtle difference between lack and need<br /> 13:50 – The secret key to more abundance<br /> 16:00 – The spiritual significance of debt and the first step to getting out of debt permanently<br /> 18:35 – What is wealth and what causes wealth? The secret to creating a prosperous life<br /> 21:30 – The overlooked yet pivotal role of patience<br /> 24:00 – What it is to be responsible<br /> 25:45 – 4 solid tips for changing your worry habit</p> <p><strong>About Kelly Robbins</strong><br /> Author of <em>Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks</em> and the founder of the <a href= "http://www.freshtrackswithkellyrobbins.com" target="_blank">Fresh Tracks podcast</a> and <a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Kelly Robbins Coaching</a>. Kelly helps people create their life their way through their business. Kelly believes that we each have a purpose and that purpose is unique to each of us. Getting clear on who you are, your talents and how you best help people allows you to create a business – in fact a lifestyle – by design. You succeed at this not by copying others, but by following your intuition and carving your own unique path in this world. This individuality is what attracts others to you. This is how you create your own happiness.</p> <p>Kelly is an author, speaker, coach, and seeker of truth that helps guide folks on their journey to self-empowerment, creating work and life as a fun adventure, and knowing how to lead the right clients to your door consistently. Known for her directness and truth-telling, you can visit <a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">www.KellyRobbins.net</a> to learn more about the role marketing and personal development play in starting and growing a business and designing a life of your choosing.</p> <p><a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks to Cash 3 Video Training here now!</a></p>
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Lemonade Stand Selling
<p>In episode 41 of Fresh Tracks I speak with author, speaker, and radio show host Diane Helbig on the topic of sales. Author of the book <em>Lemonade Stand Selling</em>, Diane shares best practices for understanding what sales is really about…matching a solution to a problem and how to be authentic when selling. Sales is quite simply unavoidable when you own your own business. On the show we discuss what your job really is when you are in a sales conversation. It’s quite simply discovery. Have you not sold before or feel uncomfortable selling? Diane shares with us the best place to get started learning how to sell as well how to determine your value. Knowing who values you and what you have to offer is a key component to successfully serving others.</p> <p>Do you complicate sales with head games, fear and psychology? I know I have! We read books, become stressed for money, and aren’t able to relax and be our true selves in sales conversations because we are trying so hard. Diane provides tips for breaking through some of these nervous and unsupportive habits and discusses how to be our true selves when selling. We also delve into networking during our talk. Making networking worth your while and some best questions to ask are just a sampling of what we review.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes</strong><br /> 1:55 – The secret truth the best sales people know…sales isn’t about selling<br /> 5:20 – Steps in traditional sales training that you need to avoid at all costs<br /> 7:35 – What sales is REALLY about<br /> 10:40 – Tools you can use to know your value when you are selling yourself<br /> 13:10 – What lemonade stand selling is all about<br /> 17:20 – Networking effectively and how to prepare yourself<br /> 22:50 – Choosing the best networking events even when you are uncomfortable<br /> 31:00 – Crafting your 30 second introduction</p> <p><strong>About Diane Helbig</strong></p> <p>Diane Helbig is an international business and leadership change agent, <a href= "http://www.amazon.com/Lemonade-Stand-Selling-Accelerate-Business/dp/0981800467"> author</a>, speaker, and <a href= "http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dhelbig" target="_blank">radio show host</a>. As president of <a href= "http://www.seizethisdaycoaching.com/" target="_blank">Seize This Day</a>, Diane helps businesses and organizations operate more constructively and profitably</p> <p>As a speaker and workshop facilitator Diane merges energy and enthusiasm with rich content. Her goal is to leave her audience with actionable steps as well as the excitement to implement those steps. Diane has expertise in small business, sales, social media, networking, and leadership. She brings over 20 years of small business management and sales to her coaching.</p> <p>Diane is the author of Lemonade Stand Selling and Expert Insights, and the host of Accelerate Your Business Growth Radio show. She is also a Solution Provider and Authorized Local Expert for Constant Contact. Diane is the founder of Business Opportunity Network, a group coaching/referral sharing program.<br /> Diane is a Council of Smaller Enterprises board member, Member of the NSBA Leadership Council, and a member of the Advisory Board for the American Institute of Sales, Marketing and Management.</p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Create Consistent Cash Flow and Feel Financially Confident
<p><strong>Karen Russo – Create Consistent Cash Flow and Feel Financially Confident</strong></p> <p>In episode 40 of Fresh Tracks we have author, speaker and money coach Rev. Karen Russo. Karen shares her insights on making money and reveals why some of us struggle to accomplish our financial goals and others don’t. Did you think starting your business would change your financial picture? Karen’s says tapping into your unlimited abundance calls for a little bit of courage and recognizing the importance of being able to give and receive. Understand that each person is a center for prosperity – even you – and your job is to know this and remove beliefs that prevent that flow of money from coming to you.</p> <p>You may have heard that you have to be a generous giver to be a generous receiver. Karen shares that giving includes giving your attention to your money and not hiding from it and shares some best practices on how to incorporate this into our daily lives.  In this week’s show we talk about the importance of including money in your spiritual practice and not separating it into a stand-alone section of our life. Money is energy and knowing that we are the ones that infuse money with meaning (good or bad) can provide some insight into the prosperity or struggle you are currently experiencing. Money is a magnification of how you are being.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong></p> <p>2:35 – Why shying away from talking about money isn’t serving our life<br /> 4:12 – How your past money baggage may be stopping you from growth<br /> 7:40 – The role material channels play in money security<br /> 11:50 – Being a leader of your money – Money Monday and Faithful Friday<br /> 13:10 – Knowing your why and the role it plays in making money<br /> 17:00 – Why giving is so important in business<br /> 21:50 – The feminine energy of receptivity and how to consciously balance it in life<br /> 24:30 – The nitty gritty of process measures and results measures<br /> 27:25 – The one thing many people miss when it comes to making money</p> <p><strong>About Karen Russo</strong></p> <p>Karen Russo is the creator of the Money Keys and a favorite speaker for ewomen, NAWBO and Holistic Chambers across North America.  Karen leads a global community where creative professionals, business owners, coaches, and spiritual seekers engage in weekly prosperity practices to lead money lives that are peaceful, creative, generous, prosperous and free!</p> <p>Karen is the award-winning author of <em>The Money Keys: Unlocking Peace, Freedom and Real Financial Power</em>, and the brand new <em>Grow Yourself, Grow Your Wealth: Prosperity Practices for Faith and Focus</em>.  She’s endorsed by her teachers Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith, Katherine Woodward Thomas, and T. Harv Eker.</p> <p>Karen shares from over 25 years of study and success as a top-selling salesperson, an acclaimed corporate leadership trainer, a Columbia University MBA in finance and an ordained minister with the Centers for Spiritual Living.   </p> <p>With a special passion for helping women to value both feminine and masculine approaches to building and enjoying wealth, Karen was honored to be selected to contribute a provocative chapter to <em>Think and Grow Rich for Women</em>, collaborating with best-selling author and financial literacy legend Sharon Lechter and the Napoleon Hill Foundation.</p> <p><a href= "http://www.themoneykeys.com">www.themoneykeys.com</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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5 Tips to Gain More Media Exposure
<p>In episode 39 of Fresh Tracks entrepreneur, publicist, and publisher of Strictly Marketing Magazine Kerry Heaps shares her insights on how you can grow your business with publicity. Kerry shares that experience with the media is a journey and you don’t usually start at the top! There are, however, some places where it’s easiest to get started and build your experience and confidence. Kerry shares the 5 steps everyone should follow when building their brand with publicity.</p> <p>Finding media to feature you can easily become a major time suck! Kerry shares several best practices to help you make the most of your time and make the experience good for both you and the media outlet. The goal of publicity is not just to get interviewed or to have your article/blog post picked up. The goal is leads and have business results. Kerry shares insider secrets to getting the most from each interview you do – and even provides tips on how to get asked to come back!</p> <p><strong>Show Notes</strong></p> <p>2:20 – Best place to get started<br />4:40 – How to come up with topics to speak on <br />7:50 -- The best way to approach a journalist<br />11:00 – Should you have a call to action when you are interviewed?<br />13:45 – The most time consuming part of publicity <br />19:15 – When it’s appropriate to follow-up, and when it’s definitely not<br />23:00 – The best types of media for most of us to start with<br />27:45 – The number one thing you can do to set yourself apart from others<br />32:00 – How to genuinely build a relationship with the media<br />34:00 – What you absolutely must have on your website to succeed<br /><br /><strong>About Kerry Heaps</strong></p> <p>Kerry Heaps is the Founder and President of Kerry’s Network, Inc., a marketing organization that provides Business-to-Business Marketing services.  She is also the host of Strictly Marketing Talk Radio and publisher of Strictly Marketing Magazine. The magazine has recently spun off an online community for Strictly Women in Marketing, for Women (and Men) looking to gain more media exposure.  Kerry also has part ownership in other businesses in the fashion and beauty industry.  Her passion is to help other Entrepreneurs with their marketing efforts to continue their dream of running a successful business.</p> <p>Kerry has an extensive background in Sales, Networking, Recruiting, and Training. She is a former Model who specialized in Trade Show and Print work. She is also an experienced judge on the beauty pageant circuit. Kerry has interviewed celebrities such as Co-Host of Shark Tank, Barbara Corcoran, Author Larry Winget, Former Miss West Virginia and QVC Talk Show host, Kim Parrish and many more successful business entrepreneurs.<br /><br />Strictly Women in Marketing (SWIM)  <a href="http://www.strictlywomeninmarketing.wildapricot.org" target="_blank">http://www.strictlywomeninmarketing.wildapricot.org </a><br />Strictly Marketing Magazine & Talk Radio:  <a href="http://www.strictlymarketingmagazine.com">http://www.strictlymarketingmagazine.com</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity:
<p>In this episode of Fresh Tracks I speak with author and spiritual teacher Edwene Gaines about money and prosperity. Money plays such an important role in our ability to cut Fresh Tracks that it’s presence, or lack of presence, in our life is often the place we make decisions from. Lack of money is often the excuse we give for not stepping into our dreams, for creating those Fresh Tracks in life. Most of us are not aware that there is more to making money and creating a prosperous life than hard work. </p> <p>Edwene Gaines shares her wisdom and personal experience on how each of us can create prosperity in our lives. From living your divine purpose to understanding the powerful role discontent has in our lives, Edwene shares that trusting our own personal guidance system and understanding Universal Law is what it takes to live a prosperous life. Edwene’s charm and humor motivates and empowers all of us to be the master of money and enrich our lives. All you need to do is give yourself permission to do something different and you just might find a place where life becomes a lot of fun and you have joy and prosperity in your life. </p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br />3:20 – Faith and its role in creating a prosperous life<br />5:16 – The first step in creating prosperity<br />8:22 – The important role discontent plays in your life<br />11:50 – Creating your life consciously vs unconsciously<br />15:00 – Can you live your divine purpose and a live a prosperous life?<br />21:00 – You’ve got to have the gumption to grow your business and make money!<br />25:00 – How lack of forgiveness is affecting your prosperity<br />30:00 – What debt is REALLY about and how to get rid of it forever</p> <p><strong>About Edwene Gaines</strong><br />Edwene Gaines, author of the book The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity, A Simple Guide to Unlimited Abundance, is owner-director of the Rock Ridge Retreat Center in Valley Head, Alabama. She has made a 100% commitment to the transformation of the abundance consciousness of the world.  </p> <p>An ordained Unity minister since 1979, she is also president of The Masters' School. She has trained approximately 500 Master Prosperity Teachers. She travels about extensively presenting Prosperity Workshops. She has created and markets CD’s and affirmation cards through her company Prosperity Products. <br />A Certified Fire Walking Instructor, she facilitates the fire walking Ceremony several times each year.  </p> <p>Edwene has served as a member of the International New Thought Alliance Executive Board.  In 2006 she was honored by the International New Thought Alliance with the Torchbearer for New Thought Award. That same year she was honored by Unity Worldwide Ministries with the Light of God Expressing Award at their annual conference. In 2014, she was honored by Emerson Theological Seminary with an honorary doctor of divinity degree. </p> <p>In 2016 Edwene was awarded an honorary doctorate in humane letters by the Centers for Spiritual Living Holmes Institute.</p> <p>She is committed to power, passion, prosperity, and performance. </p> <p>To learn more from Edwene Gaines visit <a href="http://www.prosperityproducts.com">www.prosperityproducts.com</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Ask. The Questions to Empower your Life
<p>Fresh Tracker Michael Jenet, author of Ask: The Questions to Empower Your Life, speaks with us about the role asking questions plays in our success. We start with discovering what questions we ARE asking ourselves and then branch into how asking intentional questions can bring us closer to what we want to create in our lives.  Michael shares that learning to retrain our brain to seek out positive outcome oriented-questions is a key to living a happy and successful life.</p> <p>In this week’s show we discover that our brains are like computers, and it’s our job to give our logical brain an out – especially when our life is not where we want it. There IS a ‘best’ kind of question you can ask! Learning to take control of our questions and to raise our IQ (Intentional Questioning) is the secret behind those who live happier fulfilling lives and those who merely survive it. Michael provides tips we can all use to retrain our brains, get unstuck in business, and have a deeper understanding of the powerful word “if” and the role it can play in our success.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br />1:17 – The power question asking has on us<br />4:50 – Four principles for getting the outcome you want<br />7:55 – How changing the questions we ask ourselves can change the domino effect of negativity and get us closer to what we want<br />10:00 – The amazing consequences of answering questions automatically vs intentionally<br />12:10 – Tips for retraining your brain to ask the right questions<br />17:00 – How entrepreneurs stuck in business can change results through questions asking<br />20:00 – Whenever trying to solve a challenge, there is a specific ‘best’ kind of question you can ask. <br />24:30 – The amazing power of IF<br /><br /><strong>About Michael Jenet:</strong><br />International Book Award Finalist Michael Jenet is an ordinary man with extraordinary insight.  Having studied the human condition for over thirty years and read countless volumes from classic authors of every spectrum of the personal achievement genre, he has researched each nuance of what makes some people successful and keeps others from succeeding.</p> <p>Born in Belgium, raised in the Midwest United States, an 8-year Veteran of the US Air Force, and now living in Colorado, he has spent a lifetime following his dreams and passion for helping others. He has been a coach, a mentor, a guest lecturer to entrepreneurs, TEDx presenter, and CEO in both the for profit and not-for-profit sectors. His first book, ASK, won the International Book Award Finalist award in the self-help category.  </p> <p>To learn more from Michael visit <a href="http://www.MichaelJenet.com">www.MichaelJenet.com</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Start with WHY
<p>Fresh Tracker Stephen Shedletzky of Simon Sinek's <a href="http://www.startwithwhy.com" target="_blank">Start with WHY</a> discusses the importance of knowing your ‘WHY’ in business and how keeping that top of mind will drastically affect your results. It’s often easy to explain what you do, even how you are different, but knowing why you do what you do and communicating that in your marketing inspires people to work with you. Knowing your personal WHY can change the course of your life and an interesting fact Stephen shares is that our why is fully formed by the time we are 20!</p> <p>Stephen shares how knowing yourself and your WHY absolutely changes your ability to achieve success. In the show Stephen shares success is defined by the individual and because of that, knowing your why is what allows you to achieve your success. Don’t know your why? Stephen walks us step-by-step through a discovery process you can do at home as well as ideas for how to keep your who top of mind throughout the day. <br /><br /><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br />1:30 – Why WHY? Why do we start with WHY and why is it so important? <br />4:35 – Why knowing your WHY so important in business specifically<br />10:30 – Finding your WHY when you are miserable at work<br />14:25 – What to do if you don’t know your WHY – the WHY discovery<br />17:51 – The trick to discovering your WHY<br />21:00 – Stephen’s litmus test to know if you are in the right job<br />22:30 – How to know if you are not living your why<br />27:12 – Triggers and reminders to keep your why top of mind and keep you in alignment<br />30:00 – The difference between a leader and one who leads and how does that affect us as entrepreneurs from the beginning of our business</p> <p><strong>About Stephen Shedletzky</strong><br /><br />HS Stephen Shedletzky plays a significant role as Head Engagement Officer with Simon Sinek at <a href="http://www.startwithwhy.com" target="_blank">Start With Why</a> LLC. Stephen stands shoulder-to-shoulder with Simon and his team, building toward a world where people wake up each day inspired to go to work, feel safe while they are there and go home each day fulfilled by the work they do.<br /><br />Stephen stands to engage people in meaningful ways so that we live in a more fulfilled world. He supports leaders as they create environments where their people feel inspired to go to work and feel safe and valued while they are there, so they can go on to accomplish remarkable things. He challenges teams to assess their relationship with technology, bringing the perspective that perhaps what we believe brings us together, is the very thing that isolates us. Though technology is a powerful tool, Stephen believes that when we disconnect from it, we are more able to connect, create and innovate.<br /><br />As the founder of <a href="http://www.inspiraction.ca" target="_blank">Inspiraction</a> and Head Engagement Officer with Simon Sinek’s team at Start With Why, Stephen serves those inspired by the movement to inspire and live in service to others. In his engaging and dynamic style, Stephen speaks, leads workshops, consults and coaches to help leaders and organizations discover, articulate and live their Why – their driving purpose, cause or belief. He also co-hosts and co-produces the Start With Why Podcast, downloaded in over 150 countries.<br /><br />Stephen lives in Toronto, Canada.<br /><br />You can learn more about Steven here: <a href="http://inspiraction.ca/about/" target="_blank">http://inspiraction.ca/about/</a><br /><br />And Don't Forget Your Tools from Start With Why: <a href="https://www.startwithwhy.com/Tools">https://www.startwithwhy.com/Tools</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Eat the Elephant: Overcoming Overwhelm
<p>Fresh Tracker Karolyn Blume, author of Eat the Elephant; Overcoming Overwhelm, speaks with us about the topic of overwhelm. What is it? How can you recognize when you are in overwhelm and what can you do to escape its lethal grip? Karolyn shares how getting to know ourselves on a deep level and developing an awareness of what we do that triggers overwhelm can help us actually prevent it before it starts. <br /><br />Entrepreneurs share several common triggers that trip us into overwhelm and, with awareness and practice, we can avoid them. Karolyn also shares strategies for working your way out of overwhelm if you do find yourself there. She wraps up the show with some excellent advice on actually retraining our brains to avoid overwhelm in the first place.<br /><br /><strong>Show Notes</strong><br />2:00 – Why eat the elephant?<br />4:00 – How to recognize when you are in overwhelm <br />7:00 – Tips for avoiding overwhelm<br />10:05 – Recognizing overwhelm as it’s coming – catch it before you are in knee-deep<br />12:00 – How busyness can be an excuse to not do the task at hand<br />16:00 – Is your perfectionism leading to overwhelm?<br />20:00 – Why getting to know yourself is important to stopping this enormous beast<br />22:45 – Strategies for working your way out of overwhelm<br />25:00 – Celebrating your victories and turning your ‘to-do’ list into a ‘ta-da’ list</p> <p><strong>About Karolyn Blume</strong><br /><br />Karolyn Vreeland Blume is a recovering attorney. After thirty-five years of practicing law and mediation, she realized that all conflict stems from how we see ourselves internally, and how we see ourselves in the context of the larger world. Now she uses that knowledge to help people discover that they can choose how they want to live. She demonstrates how people have more choices in life than they realize, and how to make the most of them.<br /><br />She is the author of Eat the Elephant: Overcoming Overwhelm, where she shares her time-tested strategies for identifying the sources of overwhelm and managing the fallout that sabotages us every day.<br /><br />Karolyn is an expert problem solver and a gifted strategist. She uses her keen insight as a consultant to individuals and corporations who are looking to improve productivity and quality of life. She served as an adjunct faculty member at several colleges, and is a founding member of Mediators Beyond Borders International. A native New Yorker, Karolyn lives and works in the Washington, DC area, where she uses the tools in her book on a daily basis.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.karolynblume.com">www.karolynblume.com</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Why the World Needs You to Be a Little Bit of Pirate Right Now
<p>Fresh Tracker Geno Church of <a href="http://www.BrainsonFire.com" target="_blank">Brains on Fire</a> shares his insights into word of mouth marketing (WOMM) and its role in growing a small business. As a recent inductee into the WOMM Hall of Fame, Geno shares that successful WOMM is not about the technology (read it’s not about the tweets!) and provides simple tips for entrepreneurs to stand out and make a difference.</p> <p>Geno speaks on the importance of community and why community is so important in business today. Community, at its best, is a collective act that we share and enrich by all of us contributing, says Geno. Comparing our lives to pirates and the importance of doing good, Geno shares best practices for taking your idea of doing good and turning it into a business. Believe it or not – it starts with your knowledge of yourself and what you believe. Geno shares some exercises you can do at home to discover what that is for you.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br />2:20 – WOMM. Why it’s not about the technology. Not about the doing. <br />6:20 – How we’ve gotten lazy in our marketing<br />8:50 – Applying WOMM to your small business<br />13:40 – The role of kindness and happiness and does it have an ROI?<br />17:00 – Lessons from pirates about individual structure and community <br />20:00 – Similarities between businesses today and the pirate ship.<br />25:00 – Taking your idea of ‘doing good’ and turning it into a business<br />28:00 – Discovering your ‘what I believe about’ system<br />33:00 – Why the world needs you to be a little bit of a pirate right now</p> <p><strong>About Geno Church</strong></p> <p>Geno is the Word of Mouth Inspiration Officer at Brains on Fire, but he considers himself more of a “WOM Cupid” and a pathfinder for our clients. Geno shines at uncovering the DNA of sustainable word of mouth movements, and has walked the path with brands and organizations including Fiskars Brands, the National Center for Families Learning, Anytime Fitness, Love146 and The Environmental Defense Fund.</p> <p>Geno is also a highly sought-after speaker, and relishes the opportunity to share his thoughts and spark conversation with brands and organizations of all sizes. Geno was recently inducted in the WOM marketing hall of fame.</p> <p>He has been a presenter and a workshop facilitator at events hosted by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), Blackbaud BBCON (Australia), Influence Session Sydney and the Word of Mouth Marketing Association, to name a few. He is widely quoted in blogs and co-author of two books, Brains On Fire: Igniting Powerful, Sustainable Word of Mouth Movements and The Passion Conversation: Understanding, Sparking and Sustaining Word of Mouth Marketing. Geno is quoted in print on a regular basis, and thanks to his southern charm, is one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet.</p> <p><a href="http://www.BrainsonFire.com">www.BrainsonFire.com</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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3 Steps to Manifesting Anything You Want
<p>Kelly Robbins, founder of the Fresh Tracks podcast, shares with us the three keys to manifesting anything you want. Sounds simple right? Whether it’s more money, a different job or feeling differently (such as happy vs mad all the time), we ALL have the innate ability to manifest. The simple truth is no one teaches us how to manifest what we want with intention and so we struggle. Actually, what no one tells us is that we are ALWAYS manifesting – even when it’s what we don’t want. Which is crazy!</p> <p>All the things in your life that you have and you don’t want you are actually manifesting. You are just unconsciously manifesting it rather than manifesting with intention. In this week’s show Kelly also shares four of the biggest mistakes people make when it comes to manifesting and in embracing personal development in general. Breaking through the ‘self-help shelf’ syndrome where many of us get stuck as well as how to recognize if you are stuck and breaking through it. <br />Finally Kelly shares how asking the question ‘What is needed for me to make a shift today’ can be the biggest manifesting breakthrough of all.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong></p> <p>2:00 – Precautions before you begin the manifesting process<br />3:31 – Beware the self-help shelf syndrome<br />7:00 – What do you really want to manifest anyway?<br />9:00 – Inspired = In-Spirit means you’ve got this!<br />12:35 – The secret key to KNOWING that opportunity is around you<br />15:30 – The role rituals can play in manifesting<br />19:33 – You can’t meditate your way to success. When to start moving in order to manifest.</p> <p><strong>About Kelly Robbins</strong></p> <p>Founder of the Fresh Tracks podcast and Kelly Robbins Coaching, Kelly Robbins helps people create their life their way through their business. Kelly believes that we each have a purpose and that purpose is unique to each of us. Getting clear on who you are, your talents and how you best help people allows you to create a business – in fact a lifestyle – by design. You succeed at this not by copying others, but by following your intuition and carving your own unique path in this world. This individuality is what attracts others to you. This is how you create your own happiness.</p> <p>Kelly is a marketing coach, writer and seeker of truth that helps guide folks on their journey to self-empowerment, creating work and life as a fun adventure, and knowing how to lead the right clients to your door consistently. Known for her directness and truth-telling, you can visit <a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">www.KellyRobbins.net</a> to learn more about the role marketing and personal development play in starting and growing a business and designing a life of your choosing.</p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Integrating Your Many Parts Is Where Creating Fresh Tracks Start
<p>Danielle Watson, founder of The Purse Process talks with us about the power of taking our many, oftentimes varied selves and integrating them into one that serves the world. How can we own that space in our own unique way? Danielle is a perfect example of this – she has taken her degree in archaeology and anthropology, a successful mobile yoga business owner, and the willingness to break the mold into becoming a successful coach. Danielle shares that reintegrating our many parts into one allows us to use our skills and knowledge in an unconventional way, which we call creating Fresh Tracks.</p> <p>Danielle took her purse process across the country and helps people take a deep, no-nonsense view of how their actions are affecting their results and how their beliefs are guiding their actions. And yes, she does all this by going through your purse! In this week’s show Danielle also shares her adventures doing her first Ted Talk and talks about her belief that every single person has the skills and knowledge that can be used in unconventional ways. If you’re looking to create fresh tracks you probably already have all the skills and knowledge inside of you – the key is to look for a new context in which to apply them.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br />1:45 – The journey of a Fresh Tracker…From archaeologist to mobile yoga instructor to founder of the purse process.<br />7:30 – Integrating your many parts and how that’s where your Fresh Tracks start. <br />9:25 – Whatever you’ve collected reflects on who you are, your personal culture, and your beliefs about the world. <br />11:30 – The surreal experience doing a Ted Talk and her idea worth spreading.<br />15:45 – Danielle’s major life event only 48 hours before her Ted Talk and how she didn’t let it throw her off.<br />17:00 – Danielle’s next adventures reintegrating her life and creating new Fresh Tracks.  <br /> <br /><strong>About Danielle Watson</strong><br />Danielle Watson is a global provocateur, professional muse, choose your own adventurer, and the creator of The Purse Process®.</p> <p>As an anthropologist who doesn’t like digging in the dirt, Danielle was faced with either walking away from the field she loved, or rising to the challenge of uniting the seemingly irreconcilable. In the process, she hatched something irresistible: The Purse Process®.</p> <p>Danielle’s Purse Process® is a pioneering tool that applies tried and true principles of archaeology in a fresh way, placing a decidedly modern and feminine spin on this dusty science. The Purse Process® is part of the unique tool kit Danielle uses as she guides women through restoring their core confidence, mentors them in achieving self-actualization, and teaches them how to turn their personal quirks into high-value professional assets.</p> <p>Danielle’s uncommon mix of enthusiasm, personal strength, femininity, and vulnerability has made this unlikely anthropologist a popular, pint-sized inspiration to women everywhere. </p> <p><a href="http://www.SuddenlySingleShow.com">www.SuddenlySingleShow.com </a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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It Takes a Little Crazy to Make a Difference
<p>Dafna Michaelson Jenet speaks with us about the importance of community, the value of being yourself in this world, and the relevance of focusing on solutions vs. problems. Dafna shares what she learned in her journey to visit 50 states in 52 weeks and how she, as a single mom, battled her own inner critic and the aggression of strangers and the loss of close friends while pursuing her dreams.  </p> <p>Dafna interviewed over 500 people across the US and discovered first hand why it really does take a little crazy to make a difference! Making decisions, looking at problems, and creating community requires us to do something outside of the norm – often in spite of what others say. Ready to step into your own business or take yours to the next level? Learn how to grow by understanding ‘What’s in it for me’ and taking it to ‘What’s in it for we’. Finally, Dafna shares the important role Jerry Springer (yes, you read that right) played in her life from a young age.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br />1:30 – It takes a little crazy to make a difference<br />4:32 – 50 states in 52 days journey<br />6:05 – Don’t complain about a problem unless working on a solution<br />7:45 – Doing something out of the norm to make change in this world<br />10:20 – Unexpected aggressive backlash and how she handled it and why losing friends along the way happens<br />15:09 – Creating a healthy community as an entrepreneur at home. Finding. Identifying and Creating your community<br />18:45 – How do you want people to talk about you? Finding, identifying and creating your community<br />20:20 – What’s in it for me and What’s in it for we. Turning what’s in it for me to a business<br />25:15 – The surprising role Jerry Springer played in Dafna’s life</p> <p><strong>About Dafna Michaelson Jenet</strong><br />Founder and Journeywoman behind the 50 in 52 Journey in which she traveled to all 50 United States and Washington D.C within the 52 weeks of one year to find, highlight, and elevate ordinary people doing extraordinary things, solving problems and building community.<br /><br />As an Author, Speaker, TEDx speaker and TEDxCrestmoorpark Curator, Dafna continues the work she began with the 50in52 Journey to inspire others to action. She does not simply speak to her audiences, she elevates, empowers, and engages them through storytelling, motivational recounting of her nationwide journey, and inspires them to action so that they too can be empowered to make changes in their communities, their workplaces, their families, and their lives.<br /><br />Dafna has been interviewed by the late Maya Angelou and has been featured by CBS Sunday Morning, the Denver Post, NPR and CNN.com.  Her book “It takes a little crazy to make a difference” won the 2015 International Book Award in the Social Change category. She has traveled around the world to empower people of all ages into action.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.JourneyInstitute.org">www.JourneyInstitute.org</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Power up for Profits
<p><strong>Episode 30</strong> – In this week’s show Kathleen Gage shares her insights on business building, and attracting high-level clients. Kathleen also reveals her secrets to creating a variety of income channels and information products that helped put her business on the map. Recognizing when to let go and what skills to use to make decisions are important factors to success Kathleen shares in this week’s show. What’s the difference between letting your ego make important decisions vs learning from the tough experiences we have in business? The answer might be tough for some to swallow!</p> <p>This inspirational powerhouse has not only been in business for over 20 years, but ran her first marathon for her 61st birthday! She shares the many dangers to running your business in a vacuum – a mistake many new entrepreneurs make. Also the time and place to make a stand for what you believe in and why it’s uber important you get comfortable with your beliefs. Kathleen shares with us her opinion of the most spiritual thing you can do – the answer might not be what you think! Abundance, the importance of following both the Universal and man-made laws, and understanding when and how to grow are all discussed on this week’s show.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br />2:00 – How to know when to stay the course and recognize when something is not working<br />5:02 – One of the biggest keys to Kathleen’s success – it just may surprise you!<br />6:27 – Why being seen is so important and the dangers of playing a small game <br />10:24 – What you need to do today to attract Nordstrom level clients<br />12:00 – The most spiritual thing you can do<br />15:30 – Following the man-made laws as well as the Universal Laws<br />18:45 – Kathleen’s secret to creating several income channels and information products<br />22:00 – Tips for breaking out of stagnation</p> <p><strong>About Kathleen Gage</strong> <br />The “no-nonsense, common sense” marketing strategist and product creation specialist. She has owned and operated her business consulting firm since 1994.  <br />Kathleen helps entrepreneurs and “bona-fide experts” package their expertise into money making products and services designed to make a positive different in the world. Her clients are driven by making a difference through their own unique voice.</p> <p>Although Kathleen Gage is best known for her no-nonsense approach to life and business, when  not working with clients, creating information products, writing books or speaking on the platform, Kathleen can be found training for a marathon, walking her dogs, working in her many flower gardens, feeding her horses or playing a fierce game of cards. <br />Her passion and mission are fund raising and increasing awareness for horse and dog rescue organizations.</p> <p><a href="http://www.powerupforprofits.com">www.powerupforprofits.com</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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The Conscious Millionaire
<p><strong>Episode 29 –</strong> Is consciousness and millionaire status compatible? J V Crum III shares what it means to be a conscious millionaire and why so many people struggle to achieve this goal. Do we dare include the terms passion and purpose when discussing conscious millionaires? Not clear on what your purpose even is? J V shares some excellent exercises to help you uncover your true north – which is the pivotal direction for conscious millionaires to be headed. J V answers the question, “Do we all have the ability to become a millionaire”? You might be surprised by his answer! <br /><br />What is the best way for you to step into creating your own Fresh Tracks? It just might be the millionaire inner zone J V shares on the show! We also discuss the secrets of conscious millionaires and the role ‘perfect timing’ plays in creating your dreams – it is NOT a passive role! J V also shares his personal journey and powerful insights into the role choices and decisions make in creating the life and business of your dreams. <br /><br /><strong>Show Notes:</strong> <br /><br />1:30 – What IS a conscious millionaire?<br />4:30 – The importance of finding your True North or Purpose<br />7:30 – 3 tips for uncovering your deepest passions<br />13:00 – At an early age, J V decided to be a millionaire. Can you too?<br />17:41 – Misery in the dream life and the importance of having a meaningful purpose<br />20:27 – Do we all have the ability to be a millionaire?<br />23:04 – The importance of making a decision and forgetting your current circumstances<br />27:37 – J V’s formula for building wealth<br />31:39 – Trusting perfect timing<br />34:36 – 3 ways to be in the millionaire inner zone at will<br /><br /><a href="http://consciousmillionaire.com/wealthformula" target="_blank">http://consciousmillionaire.com/wealthformula </a><br /><br /><strong>About J V</strong><br />J V Crum III helps entrepreneurs grow six and seven figure conscious businesses that combine making high profits with making a positive impact. He is a speaker, coach, Huffington Post Columnist, and best-selling author of “Conscious Millionaire: Grow Your Business by Making a Difference.” He hosts the top-ranking Conscious Millionaire Podcast and is Founder of ConsciousMillionaire.com, a global coaching and wealth product business. He holds an MBA, JD, Masters in Psychology, and has built and sold successful companies.</p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3-Part Video Series Tracks to Cash</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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How 'Doing the Right Thing' is Undermining Your Success
<p><strong>Episode 28--</strong> Kelly helps us see why and how doing things ‘the right way’ rather than ‘the right way for us’ is undermining our success. When we apply this pattern to business we end up with marketing that is technically correct but doesn’t work! In this week’s show Kelly reveals the five steps we all must be willing to take to break the bondages of years of training and conforming to ‘do the right thing’ and discover how to do what’s right for you.<br /><br />Do you have a corporate background? Your odds of doing the right thing have just increased tenfold! Years of approval by committee and legal departments have quickly sucked the creativity and uniqueness from your soul! Great news! You’ll also unlearn how to create from this space is all covered in this week’s show. Break this unwitnessed sabotaging pattern and begin to consistently attract the right clients to your door!<br /><br /><strong>Show notes:</strong><br />1:20 – Doing what’s right because we’re supposed to vs doing what’s right to you<br />4:00 – Your instinct vs Your intellect<br />8:34 – The number one thing that is preventing you from generating a consistent flow of leads<br />11:01 – Having the hard conversations<br />13:35 – The role of forgiveness in cutting fresh tracks<br />18:35 – Why expecting perfection is the killer of all fresh tracks<br />21:25 – Choosing who, when and where you focus your attention<br /><br /><strong>About Kelly Robbins</strong><br />Founder of the Fresh Tracks podcast and Kelly Robbins Coaching, Kelly Robbins helps people create their life their way through their business. Kelly believes that we each have a purpose and that purpose is unique to each of us. Getting clear on who you are, your talents and how you best help people allows you to create a business – in fact a lifestyle – by design. You succeed at this not by copying others, but by following your intuition and carving your own unique path in this world. This individuality is what attracts others to you. This is how you create your own happiness.<br /><br />Kelly is a marketing coach, writer and seeker of truth that helps guide folks on their journey to self-empowerment, creating work and life as a fun adventure, and knowing how to lead the right clients to your door consistently. Known for her directness and truth-telling, you can visit <a href="http://www.KellyRobbins.net" target="_blank">www.KellyRobbins.net</a> to learn more about the role marketing and personal development play in starting and growing a business and designing a life of your choosing.<br /><br />Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3 Video Series 5 Steps to Trailblazing Your Fresh Tracks and Creating Your Life on Your Terms</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Can the Introvert be Influencial?
<p><strong>Episode 27 –</strong> Influential communicator Kelly Sheets talks about the power of influence and shares insights into how and when we are actually being influential. How can we embrace the influence we already present in a more powerful and intentional way? Kelly shares that most of us go through each day wasting tons of energy because we are not centered. Kelly shares easy and insightful tips on how to get and stay centered and be influential throughout the day as well as how to approach business situations where you come from your own powerful influence.</p> <p>Who here would love to gain FOUR HOURS a day, besides me? That and more is possible when you learn about the energetics of influence and how to own your influence, says Kelly. We also examine the relationship between influence and leadership and how the two work together. The big question gets answered…..Are introverts influential? Listen in on this week’s Fresh Tracks to find out! Kelly shares tips for using your influence with intention and we also talked about language and best ways to be influential both when speaking and writing. <br /><br /><strong>Show Notes</strong><br />1:20 – Why ‘Naked’ Influence and who else has to find out what that means???<br />6:50 – How to be consciously influential<br />10:00 – Kelly’s tips for gaining four hours a day<br />12:32 – Can you be a good leader? Discover the 4 components of being a good leader<br />17:35 – The energetics of influence<br />21:50 – The transformative power of being centered<br />24:45 – Transparency and why people are starving for it<br />28:00 – Can the introvert be influential? For real???<br /><br /><strong>About Kelly Sheets</strong><br />Kelly Sheets is the founder of Naked Influence. Kelly works with influential women who value their success and time to do the things they love.  Privately and through retreats, her clients work on communicating effectively, attracting the right people, leading teams, being aware of their desires and connecting deeply with others. She helps women embrace their position of influence and build strong leadership skills that empower those around them. In the process, they create a life that has more time for play and ease.</p> <p><a href="http://www.KellySheets.com" target="_blank">www.KellySheets.com</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3 Video Series 5 Steps to Trailblazing Your Fresh Tracks and Creating Your Life on Your Terms</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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How Your Relationships Unconsciously Affect Your Business
<p><strong>Episode 26</strong> – What type of relationships should you allow in your life and do you need to create in order to cut Fresh Tracks? In this week’s show Kelly discusses both personal and professional relationships and how to become aware of both healthy and toxic relationships. Living consciously of how the relationships in your life affect you is a key component of living a life on purpose. It’s completely normal and healthy for relationships to come and go – some people are meant to be in your life for a period of time, not forever. Awareness of the different roles people have in our lives, the teachings they bring us, and when we need to make tough choices and consciously let go of some people is fundamental piece of this week’s show. </p> <p>Consciousness of the reality that when we change the people closest to us are forced to change as well permits us to give them the space and grace to adjust with love and kindness affects both of us. Kelly provides tips on how to handle situations where you have changed but the people in your life continue to see you as you were. How frustrating is that?! How do you continue on in these situations? We’ll also discuss why protecting and controlling your energy is vital to your growth and success – and yes, that means guarding who you allow to enter your space. </p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br />3:40 – Radical Self Love concept<br />8:00 – Exercise om creating your relationship boxes<br />10:03 – The role of personal friendships when cutting Fresh Tracks<br />14:18 – Your 5 best business contacts and friends and when to up-level<br />18:27 – Best practices for using a mentor or coach<br />20:35 – Support relationships and how to attract people with the same value system as you</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>About Kelly Robbins</strong><br />Founder of the <a href="How Your Relationships Unconsciously Affect Your Business Episode 26 – What type of relationships should you allow in your life and do you need to create in order to cut Fresh Tracks? In this week’s show Kelly discusses both personal and professional relationships and how to become aware of both healthy and toxic relationships. Living consciously of how the relationships in your life affect you is a key component of living a life on purpose. It’s completely normal and healthy for relationships to come and go – some people are meant to be in your life for a period of time, not forever. Awareness of the different roles people have in our lives, the teachings they bring us, and when we need to make tough choices and consciously let go of some people is fundamental piece of this week’s show. Consciousness of the reality that when we change the people closest to us are forced to change as well permits us to give them the space and grace to adjust with love and kindness affects both of us. Kelly provides tips on how to handle situations where you have changed but the people in your life continue to see you as you were. How frustrating is that?! How do you continue on in these situations? We’ll also discuss why protecting and controlling your energy is vital to your growth and success – and yes, that means guarding who you allow to enter your space. Show Notes: 3:40 – Radical Self Love concept 8:00 – Exercise om creating your relationship boxes 10:03 – The role of personal friendships when cutting Fresh Tracks 14:18 – Your 5 best business contacts and friends and when to up-level 18:27 – Best practices for using a mentor or coach 20:35 – Support relationships and how to attract people with the same value system as you About Kelly Robbins Founder of the Fresh Tracks podcast and Kelly Robbins Coaching, Kelly Robbins helps people create their life their way through their business. Kelly believes that we each have a purpose and that purpose is unique to each of us. Getting clear on who you are, your talents and how you best help people allows you to create a business – in fact a lifestyle – by design. You succeed at this not by copying others, but by following your intuition and carving your own unique path in this world. This individuality is what attracts others to you. This is how you create your own happiness. Kelly is a marketing coach, writer and seeker of truth that helps guide folks on their journey to self-empowerment, creating work and life as a fun adventure, and knowing how to lead the right clients to your door consistently. Known for her directness and truth-telling, you can visit www.KellyRobbins.net to learn more about the role marketing and personal development play in starting and growing a business and designing a life of your choosing. Get your free Tracks to Cash 3 Video Training here now!" target="_blank">Fresh Tracks podcast</a> and <a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Kelly Robbins Coaching</a>, Kelly Robbins helps people create their life their way through their business. Kelly believes that we each have a purpose and that purpose is unique to each of us. Getting clear on who you are, your talents and how you best help people allows you to create a business – in fact a lifestyle – by design. You succeed at this not by copying others, but by following your intuition and carving your own unique path in this world. This individuality is what attracts others to you. This is how you create your own happiness.</p> <p>Kelly is a marketing coach, writer and seeker of truth that helps guide folks on their journey to self-empowerment, creating work and life as a fun adventure, and knowing how to lead the right clients to your door consistently. Known for her directness and truth-telling, you can visit<a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank"> www.KellyRobbins.net</a> to learn more about the role marketing and personal development play in starting and growing a business and designing a life of your choosing.</p> <p><a href="http://www.freshtrackswithkellyrobbins.com" target="_blank">Get your free Tracks to Cash 3 Video Training here now! </a></p>
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The Path of Least Resistance
<p><strong>Episode 25</strong> – International best-selling author Robert Fritz joins us and discusses creating and the creative process itself. Robert delves into best practices for using the creative process in your life and business. What’s more important? To focus the mind or free the mind (which is more popular in psychology today). Robert also gives us tips on how to get started creating as adults and why it’s important for you as the creator to stay separate from your creation. Even when your creation is a business! A common mistake many people make is letting their creation become a part of their identity.</p> <p>The degree to which you make your business personal is the degree to which you can’t make mistakes. It’s harder for you to have critical judgement when you are taking your results personally. It’s not about you it’s about the thing you want to create. Finally, Robert shares the two common patterns when creating change which one leads to success.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes</strong></p> <p>2:10 – The difference between problem solving and creating<br />5:10 – The best way to use the creative process in your life and your business<br />6:30 – Myth buster: Why children are NOT as creative as adults<br />9:25 – Separating yourself from your creation, including it’s success or failure<br />12:45 – Treating your new business like a laboratory…<br />17:38 – The two common patterns in creating change and which one leads to success<br />22:13 – Is reality an acquired taste?<br />24:43 – How to create your life when it seems like the circumstances can’t support it</p> <p><strong>About Robert Fritz</strong></p> <p>Robert has created two separate careers, one as a consultant and the other one as a composer and filmmaker. <br />Robert has consulted with the US Department of Defense on issues of terrorism, and has also introduced his work to the US Air Force and Department of Transportation. The Managerial Moment of Truth, co-authored by Fritz, was chosen as one of BusinessWeek's best books of 2006, and Harvard Business Review placed it on their executive reading list.</p> <p>Robert is the founder of DMA® and Technologies for Creating® and co-founded Innovation Associates, a company dedicated to helping people build organizations using principles of the creative process.<br />His first book, The Path of Least Resistance, became an international bestseller. A true classic, it details how a person can use the creative process and the knowledge of structure to create their life according to their highest aspirations and deepest goals.</p> <p>Robert began to see that the very same process that creators use to create music, painting, sculpture, dance, drama, film, poetry and literature could be applied to the way people live their daily lives, that it is possible to approach the life building process in exactly the same way – as if it were a work of art.</p> <p><a href="http://www.robertfritz.com" target="_blank">www.robertfritz.com</a> <br /><a href="https://www.facebook.com/RobertFritzInc" target="_blank">www.facebook.com/RobertFritzInc</a> </p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3 Video Series 5 Steps to Trailblazing Your Fresh Tracks and Creating Your Life on Your Terms</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Living the Dream in Life and Business
<p><strong>Episode 24</strong> – Priscilla Stephan discusses creating what you desire in your life. What if you don’t know your desires? Priscilla has tips for helping you figure that out as well as how to live your personal and professional life holistically. Priscilla share the reality that we are either moving in the direction of our dreams or moving away from them. It’s important we consciously build evidence on why you can create your dreams (rather than why you can’t) and that takes practice and making a commitment every day to do that.</p> <p>Priscilla believes one of the hardest things we get to choose is giving ourselves permission to follow our own path and to stop apologizing for our desires. Listen in on today’s show and discover how to get clear on what constitutes a rich life for you. For example, what if you imagined your career as a lifestyle? Are you being externally driven by society and what everyone is telling you to do or are you allowing yourself to follow your own inner guidance? Priscilla discusses the importance of being intentional about what you want and how to go about creating it.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong> <br />5:38 – Chasing your dream vs living your dream<br />7:12 – Creating your career as part of your lifestyle<br />9:46 – Getting clear on your desires and why so many of us don’t know what they are<br />14:00 – Is your fear bigger than your desire and can you love yourself enough to make this choice?<br />17:10 – Priscilla’s D.A.R.E. principles to creating the life you want<br />20:00 – The value in knowing why you want what you want<br />23:28 – The BIG blind spot most entrepreneurs miss<br />25:20 – How to follow your inner truth vs making decisions based on fear<br />29:52 – Why sharing your dreams selectively can be important to accomplishing them</p> <p><strong>About Priscilla Stephan</strong><br />Priscilla Stephan is an Intuitive Business Strategist and Lifestyle Expert who supports visionary women in creating more freedom, profit and ease in their lives by helping her clients connect to their soul's purpose and implementing it into their business. Through her powerful intuitive work, Priscilla provides laser-focused clarity, guidance, strategy and healing so her clients turbo charge their businesses and make the impact they’re here to make now. Priscilla’s holistic approach to success allows her clients to live their dream lifestyle while sharing their brilliance and embodying their purpose with confidence.</p> <p>Priscilla is a Certified Akashic Records Reader under the Soul Journeys© Method, an NLP Practitioner and Healthy Living Expert certified by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN). She also holds a Master’s Degree from Columbia University, a BA from NYU and is a graduate of Tony Robbins’ Mastery University. She speaks 3 languages, loves to travel and is passionate about helping women business owners shine brightly, live their Truth and love their lives.</p> <p>Free gift: The Living the Dream Playbook: A guide to making all your dreams come true: <a href="http://www.priscillastephan.com/ltdplaybook" target="_blank">www.priscillastephan.com/ltdplaybook</a></p> <p> Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3 Video Series 5 Steps to Trailblazing Your Fresh Tracks and Creating Your Life on Your Terms</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Beyond the Edge: Making Money and Catapulting Your Business to the Next Level
<p><strong>Episode 23</strong>: In this episode of Fresh Tracks I speak about Getting Beyond the Edge and how to catapult yourself to the next level. It’s where the true growth happens and it’s often the place we freeze before the money we seek arrives. I share insights into the journey many take when pursuing their purpose and where most people stop – the edge. You may have heard the saying that most people stop right when they are about to succeed. It’s true! If they had taken one more step or worked just one more day they would have made it. In today’s show I help you recognize if you might be at your edge, the only way to get past it, and steps you can take to set yourself up for success. </p> <p>Creating a business you love, designing your life your way, and living with passion and purpose are not the norms for the majority in today’s society. Discover your responsibilities if you choose to live your life this way, where most entrepreneurs drop the ball and how to build your business and make money, one solid step at a time. </p> <p><strong>Show notes:</strong><br />1:45 – Why we want to get to The Edge and what it can mean for your life<br />5:00 – How to recognize when you are at The Edge<br />8:50 – The ONLY way to get past The Edge<br />10:48 – What happens when you let your excuses run your story<br />18:10 – Your responsibility when you reach The Edge<br />21:38 – The role knowing your divine purpose plays in cutting fresh tracks and getting over the edge<br />24:00 – Course corrections and the important role of mentors in reducing them<br />28:14 – Marketing and the role it plays in getting past the edge<br />30:00 – Where most entrepreneurs drop the ball<br />35:00 – Why you shouldn’t buy your systems and tools first</p> <p><strong>About Kelly Robbins</strong><br />Founder of the<a href="http://www.freshtrackswithkellyrobbins.com" target="_blank"> Fresh Tracks podcast</a> and <a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Kelly Robbins Coaching</a>, Kelly Robbins helps people create their life their way through their business. Kelly believes that we each have a purpose and that purpose is unique to each of us. Getting clear on who you are, your talents and how you best help people allows you to create a business – in fact a lifestyle – by design. You succeed at this not by copying others, but by following your intuition and carving your own unique path in this world. This individuality is what attracts others to you. This is how you create your own happiness.</p> <p>Kelly is a marketing coach, writer and seeker of truth that helps guide folks on their journey to self-empowerment, creating work and life as a fun adventure, and knowing how to lead the right clients to your door consistently. Known for her directness and truth-telling, you can visit www.KellyRobbins.net to learn more about the role marketing and personal development play in starting and growing a business and designing a life of your choosing.</p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.freshtrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free three video series on crafting your marketing with SOUL and receive more information like this!</p>
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Leadership of Self
<p><strong>Episode 22</strong> –Alexis Logan talks about what it means to be a leader as an entrepreneur and recognizing the importance of the impact we have on changing the lives of others. Leadership of self is an important place of consciousness and as a leader of self you are truly the embodiment of what you stand for. By walking your talk you are being a leader of what you believe and you doing so allows others to do the same.</p> <p>Understanding ourselves, pushing ourselves, and living the life we choose to is what makes us leaders. Alexis shares that starting a business is an evolution, and if you are not sure about who you are and what you stand for the best thing you can do is start taking action and be in relationship with others. It’s the best way to learn about yourself and what you stand for. Go out and create different experiences and engage in conversations is a great way to develop into the leader you are born to be.</p> <p>Alexis also shares how confidence presents in our physical body. Women pull their confidence from their body, men from their knowledge. Because we are judged so much by our bodies many women have a difficult time feeling worthy because we aren’t dealing with the shame we may feel of our bodies. Finally Alexis discloses what’s really happening when you feel like you are an outsider looking in – and what to do about it.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br />1:30 – Alexis’s journey from forensic social work to entrepreneur. <br />5:40 – What it really means to be a leader. Being the embodiment of what you stand for.<br />8:20 – What to do if you’re not sure of your purpose<br />12:15 – How to develop rock solid confidence and trust in yourself as a leader and a business owner<br />13:26 – Body image and the shocking role it plays in your confidence<br />16:29 – Recognizing your confidence or lack thereof<br />25:10 – How to know when it’s time to get deep healing when you are stuck<br /><br /><strong>About Alexis</strong><br />Alexis Logan helps high level conscious leaders and change-makers increase their visibility, income, and impact.  The founder of Soulful And Wealthy, she’s helped some of the most successful thought leaders and coaches increase their self-worth and confidence to become the hottest leaders in their industries.<br />Trained as a forensic social worker, Alexis gets to the root of things quickly so her clients handle the real issue standing in the way of their success.  She’ll share her simple strategies to up-level your mindset, embody your true strength, and become the leader you were born to be. <br /><a href="http://www.alexislogan.com" target="_blank">www.alexiselogan.com  </a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free video series on creating fresh tracks and receive more information like this!</p> <p> </p>
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How to Stand out by Putting More of Your Personality In Your Business and Marketing
<p><strong>Episode 21</strong>- Therese shares her stories and insights into owning your own value, being confident and comfortable talking about what you do, and sharing your personality in your marketing. Therese’s humor shines in today’s show as she shares many of her own stories on how she has mastered love, business and making money. If you want to be successful in business, particularly if selling to women, you must allow your personality to shine. Yet, many of us are afraid to be vulnerable and share our true selves with our community.<br /><br />Therese shares five tips on how to be conscious of how you react to situations in order to become aware of how you are being in your relationship with money. Being a grown-up and becoming conscious of your thoughts, actions and reactions about receiving in life is important to making and keeping your profits. Therese also shares how to get in resonance with money and why overcoming your money blocks are key to making the money you desire. <br /><br /><strong>Show Notes</strong><br />3:30 – Owning your value, talking about what you do, and leading with your personality<br />6:16 – What you need to know about making money and Therese’s personal lessons she had to work through to master it<br />8:52 – How to understand your relationship with money and receiving.<br />9:50 – The relationship dance between men and money<br />12:50 – Tips to becoming conscious of your relationship with money<br />14:40 – Why your personality in business matters<br />20:55 – 5 Tips for finding your unique personality/branding for your business<br />25:32 – Where hidden visibility issues can sabotage your success<br />30:00 – Being ‘connection worthy’<br /><br /><strong>About Therese</strong><br />Known as the “Money Mindset Mentor and Business Catalyst, Therese Skelly works with service based entrepreneurs who love what they do and are ready to grow their business in a much easier and more authentic way. <br /><br />Therese helps those whose business is part of their life purpose clear money blocks so they can learn how to own their value and have powerful, authentic sales conversation.  This means they will make more money, serve more people and have a business that makes them happy.<br /><br />Having walked the entrepreneurial journey for many years, Therese has created a way to teach her clients how to get their gifts in the world, so they can make the huge difference they desire to.<br /><br />A former psychotherapist, combined with years of marketing/strategy and consulting, Therese offer’s the perfect blend of both “inner game” work and very tactical, real world strategies that allow her clients to see the results they desire.  You can learn more about Therese at <a href="http://www.happyinbusiness.com" target="_blank">www.HappyinBusiness.com</a><br /><br />Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free video series on creating fresh tracks and receive more information like this!</p>
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Using Astrology as a Roadmap for Personal and Business Empowerment
<p><strong>Episode 20</strong> -- Rebekkah Hanson shares her insights into astrology and how we can use the knowledge of the universal energies to make better business decisions. Working with the flow of the universal energies rather than against them allows us to work with more ease because we are working within our natural talents rather than against them. Rebekkah also shares with us simple things we can look at to help guide our business decisions.</p> <p>When creating new products, businesses or even scheduling workshops or book launches it can be easier and more successful when you know your charts. By following the phases of the moon you can also know the best way to connect with prospects during a sales conversation – for example there are certain times when appealing to someone’s emotional needs is more effective than others. Finally, Rebekkah shares her insights on how to make the most of the dreaded mercury retrograde and how using the strengths of retrograde rather than fighting it is the best road to success.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br />1:57 – Using the divination arts to your own benefit in business. <br />5:02 – Using astrology as a roadmap for personal and business empowerment<br />8:48 – Simple things an entrepreneur can look at to help guide their business decisions<br />12:35 – What an entrepreneur can do during the dreaded mercury retrograde<br />15:20 – Working with the flow of universal energies<br />23:01 – Trusting yourself vs using astrology in decision making</p> <p><strong>About Rebekkah Hanson</strong></p> <p>Rebekkah Hanson is a speaker and spiritual teacher who has coached entrepreneurs and individuals worldwide.</p> <p>Rebekkah has been an Astrologer for over 40 years and incorporates Numerology into the Astrology as well as divining the numerical energies from traditional avenues of Current Name, Date of Birth and Birth Certificate Name.<br />She works with highly conscious clients and entrepreneurs to help them plan profitable launch calendars and discover their purpose and embrace their inner power so they show up authentically.</p> <p>Her mission is to assist a move from newspaper entertainment Astrology into using it as a roadmap for personal and business empowerment.<br /><a href="http://www.AbundanceAstrologer.com" target="_blank">www.AbundanceAstrologer.com </a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download our three video series on cutting your own Fresh Tracks and receive more information like this!</p>
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Creativity and Creating a Joyful Business
<p>In Episode 19 of Fresh Tracks we speak with Laura West, founder of The Center for Joyful Business. Laura shares why it’s important to build your business from the inside – out, starting with yourself and why being happy and feeling fulfilled in your business makes you more likely to be creative, confident and innovative. Ultimately in a better place to serve your clients powerfully. Laura also provides techniques for settling yourself down and grounding you as well as get the inspiration flowing at the same time.</p> <p>Laura gives us tips on how to be more creative in business as well as what kind of results you can expect when you have fun while working. When you remember to have fun and bring passion and excitement to your work, you get dramatically different results than if you just check something off a list! Whether you consider yourself creative or not, knowing how to focus on moving forward in your business and still remembering to have fun will add more money and ultimately more fulfillment to your life.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes</strong><br />1:00 – Laura’s journey from VP of marketing to creator of The Center for Joyful Business<br />2:55 – Why it’s important to grow your business from the inside out<br />6:58 – Laura’s tips for keeping fun and playful energy in your business<br />10:00 – Your most precious resource in your business – it might surprise you!<br />12:23 – The 5 energies that are your creative energies in business. Why managing them is important before doing any marketing strategies.<br />17:11 – Tips for shifting your energy, kicking in the idea flow and being more creative<br />20:45 – How to get yourself into the flow and produce better quality results<br />23:15 – Why being authentic is important to getting in the flow, attracting ideal clients, creating products.</p> <p><strong>About Laura West</strong><br />Laura West is a Passionista for creativity in your business & life! As a Creative Business Coach, author, speaker and InfoDoodle Artist she has helped 1000s of entrepreneurs discover their passion and creativity and to create successful businesses that they can’t imagine doing anything else!<br />She is the author of the Joyful Business Guide, creator of the popular 30 Day Passion Project and has developed products, workshops and retreats for the last 15 years for creative women entrepreneurs.<br />To find out more about her programs, products, teleclasses and retreats by the sea go to her website at:  <a href="http://www.JoyfulBusiness.com" target="_blank">www.JoyfulBusiness.com</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Our 3 Video Series 5 Steps to Trailblazing Your Fresh Tracks and Creating Your Life on Your Terms</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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The Intersection of Talent and Genius
<p><strong>Episode 18</strong> – in this episode of Fresh Tracks we speak with Nancy Marmolejo on the subject of talent and genius. Nancy shares why knowing both your talent and genius are important to the very survival of your business. Your talent and genius not only serve as a beacon to your ideal clients, but allows you to make your work more fulfilling. With 8 out of 10 businesses failing in the first 18 months, Nancy believes failing to communicate your unique value is why so many great businesses are unsuccessful. Nancy believes everyone has a unique combination of life experience and natural strengths, which we’ve had since we were kids, which make us who we are today. In today’s world people are craving authenticity.</p> <p>As you find your genius you are really finding your true self and leading with it. Nancy’s background growing up in an entrepreneurial family and working as an inner city teacher really shaped how she is today and how her unique gifts allows her to see other people’s talent and genius. Not living from your talent and genius costs you money, happiness and prevents you from living an authentic life. <br /><br />1:44 – Why knowing your genius is important to the survival of your business <br />7:07 -- How to find your talent and genius and how to be a beacon to your ideal clients<br />8:52 – The main thing that stops us from bringing our talent and genius into the world<br />12:05 -- The cost of NOT living and working from your talent and genius <br />15:07 -- What’s possible if you are fully tapped in to your gifts</p> <p><strong>About Nancy Marmolejo</strong></p> <p>Nancy Marmolejo can see your genius and show you how to position it in the marketplace. Her proven methods not only dig deeply into who you are as a person, but connect to the very success of your business. That’s what she calls The Intersection of Talent and Genius (T.A.G.)</p> <p>In business since 2003, Nancy has won numerous awards for business innovation, contribution, and achievement. She’s been featured in 5 books (and counting!), has over 100 media credits to her name and maintains a great reputation in her industry as a thought leader. Her own talent and genius draw from a fascinating upbringing in a family business, a first career as an inner-city school teacher, an ongoing quest for spiritual growth, and an insatiable sense of curiosity. <br />All work and no play is not part of Nancy’s genius plan. When she’s not coaching and mentoring others, Nancy can be found living an inspired life with her amazing family and a very large orange cat. <br /><br /><a href="Episode 18 – in this episode of Fresh Tracks we speak with Nancy Marmolejo on the subject of talent and genius. Nancy shares why knowing both your talent and genius are important to the very survival of your business. Your talent and genius not only serve as a beacon to your ideal clients, but allows you to make your work more fulfilling. With 8 out of 10 businesses failing in the first 18 months, Nancy believes failing to communicate your unique value is why so many great businesses are unsuccessful. Nancy believes everyone has a unique combination of life experience and natural strengths, which we’ve had since we were kids, which make us who we are today. In today’s world people are craving authenticity. As you find your genius you are really finding your true self and leading with it. Nancy’s background growing up in an entrepreneurial family and working as an inner city teacher really shaped how she is today and how her unique gifts allows her to see other people’s talent and genius. Not living from your talent and genius costs you money, happiness and prevents you from living an authentic life. Show Notes 1:44 – Why knowing your genius is important to the survival of your business 7:07 -- How to find your talent and genius and how to be a beacon to your ideal clients 8:52 – The main thing that stops us from bringing our talent and genius into the world 12:05 -- The cost of NOT living and working from your talent and genius 15:07 -- What’s possible if you are fully tapped in to your gifts About Nancy Marmolejo Nancy Marmolejo can see your genius and show you how to position it in the marketplace. Her proven methods not only dig deeply into who you are as a person, but connect to the very success of your business. That’s what she calls The Intersection of Talent and Genius (T.A.G.) In business since 2003, Nancy has won numerous awards for business innovation, contribution, and achievement. She’s been featured in 5 books (and counting!), has over 100 media credits to her name and maintains a great reputation in her industry as a thought leader. Her own talent and genius draw from a fascinating upbringing in a family business, a first career as an inner-city school teacher, an ongoing quest for spiritual growth, and an insatiable sense of curiosity. All work and no play is not part of Nancy’s genius plan. When she’s not coaching and mentoring others, Nancy can be found living an inspired life with her amazing family and a very large orange cat. http:/www.talentandgenius.com" target="_blank">http://www.talentandgenius.com</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free Marketing with <em>SOUL</em> report and receive more information like this!</p>
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Trusting Yourself and Why it's Essential to Your Success
<p><strong>Episode 17</strong> – In this episode of Fresh Tracks we take an in-depth look at trust. Your relationship with yourself is the most important relationship you have – it’s the foundation of every other relationship you have. The fact is there is no blueprint from starting and running a successful business and carving Fresh Tracks in this world. If there was everyone would be doing it. Life is one course correction after another. Trusting yourself is a must for you to have the confidence to cut fresh tracks.</p> <p>What effect does not trusting yourself have on your life? How does it affect your business results? To trust yourself you have to know yourself, really know yourself and be conscious of what might trigger you to not trust yourself and give yourself time and space to get grounded and make the right decision.</p> <p>Kelly shares insights into how to tell if you don’t trust yourself – you might not even know you don’t! We then look at what a healthy level of self-trust actually looks like and then have several insights into how to learn to re-trust yourself. Trusting is a skill and can be re-learned.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br />3:40 – How to recognize when you don’t trust yourself<br />7:00 – Self-sabotaging behaviors that reduce our trust in ourselves<br />10:56 – What self-trust really looks like<br />14:10 – Putting yourself first and the important role it plays in cultivating trust<br />18:45 – Learning to trust yourself<br />23:15 – The unexpected discipline involved in self-trust</p> <p><strong>About Kelly Robbins</strong></p> <p>Founder of the Fresh Tracks podcast and <a href="http://www.kellyrobbins.net" target="_blank">Kelly Robbins Coaching</a>, Kelly Robbins helps people create their life their way through their business. Kelly believes that we each have a purpose and that purpose is unique to each of us. Getting clear on who you are, your talents and how you best help people allows you to create a business – in fact a lifestyle – by design. You succeed at this not by copying others, but by following your intuition and carving your own unique path in this world. This individuality is what attracts others to you. This is how you create your own happiness.</p> <p>Kelly is a marketing coach, copywriter and seeker of truth that helps guide folks on their journey to self-empowerment, creating work and life as a fun adventure, and knowing how to lead the right clients to your door consistently. Known for her directness and truth-telling, you can visit www.KellyRobbins.net to learn more about the role marketing and personal development play in starting and growing a business and designing a life of your choosing.</p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free video series on creating fresh tracks and receive more information like this!</p>
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How your Presence and Energy Levels Affect Business Success
<p><strong>In Episode 16</strong> of Fresh Tracks, Jennifer Faimon shares with us how to deal with the stress of starting and growing a business and not lose yourself while cutting fresh tracks in your life. Jennifer talks about how to be ‘body aware’ so you can continue to be creative and success. Also how to create a presence, not based on your weight, but based on the way you know who you are. It shows in your aura and your way of being. <br /><br />Jennifer shares the roles mindset, alignment and teaching play in creating a healthy lifestyle. How to set yourself up for being aware of how you are being – the only way to do that is through creating new rituals, new habits. We also delve into how Jennifer herself has cut Fresh Tracks in the personal training industry and taken her passion of helping people with their health and broke through industry norms and looked at how she could build her life and business her way. <br /><br /> 2:20 – Making time to take care of yourself when life is so busy<br /> 5:40 – Why mindset plays such an important role in your health<br /> 7:49 – Creating new rituals and habits and how to change how you feel on a cellular level <br />10:05 – How to walk into a room and know who you are and who your clients are<br />13: 29 – Accountability and the role in plays in behavior change<br />16:33 – Jennifer’s passion for health stems from her own struggles with pain and chronic stress<br />20:32 – How to be more present<br />22:55 – Simplifying fitness for the busy folks<br />25:40 – Creating a better business through wellness</p> <p><strong>About Jennifer Faimon</strong><br /><br />Jennifer Faimon is a Speaker, Teacher and Founder of Training With Jennifer. She’s a Personal Trainer on a mission to teach people how to move with intention. The overall function of how the body works, its signals and how to achieve alignment through specific movement is her passion. She has forged new tracks in her own life and business and helps her clients do the same by empowering them through movement, mindset and teaching. She will share how improving your body mechanics will greatly impact the influence you have in your business and your life. She guides her clients to be more present in their bodies, take steps to correct imbalances and gives them the tools to make positive changes in their lives.<br /><br />There is nothing more attractive and alluring than a person who stands tall - knowing who they are from the inside-out. Get away from the computer, perform the free 3 video series and feel yourself opening up to more opportunities. <br /><br />Find out more at <a href="http://www.trainingwithjennifer.com/3-video-series/" target="_blank">http://www.trainingwithjennifer.com/3-video-series/</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> 5 Steps to Trailblazing Your Fresh Tracks and Creating Your Life on Your Terms</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Selling More in Today's Economy
<p><strong>Episode 15</strong> – Fresh Tracker Bob Burg, co-author of the international bestseller, The Go-Giver, talks about shifting your focus from “getting to giving”. He tells us the results are far from just nice…it’s also very financially profitable!</p> <p>When you can take your focus off yourself and shift it onto how you can be an asset of value to other people, you’ll plant seeds of goodwill — of great will — that will come back to you many, many times over. And, not because of some magical, mystical type of thinking, but because it makes absolutely practical sense.<br />Are you wondering if this isn’t more feel-goody, new-agey stuff that doesn’t work in the real-world?” Or, even, “Sure, maybe when the economy is good, but now we have to fight for everything we get.”</p> <p>In other words, isn’t what he’s saying simply naive?</p> <p>Actually, not only is it not naive, it’s quite practical. And, again…for very concrete reasons that you’ll learn, benefit from, and most likely utilize for the rest of your life. Bob has built his business, and shows others how to build theirs, based on one overriding, foundational principle: “All things being equal, people will do business with, and refer business to, those people they know, like and trust.”</p> <p>Tune into this week’s episode and enjoy this entertaining and humorous, but very to-the-point guest who will add exceptional value to your business; and to your life. And, always remember, “You cannot control ‘The’ Economy, but you can absolutely control ‘Your’ economy.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes</strong><br />3:10 – The difference shifting your focus from getting to giving can make in your profits. <br />6:22 – How giving vs getting affects sales<br />8:33 – Why the most valuable gift you have to offer is yourself, authentically<br />11:06 – Two kinds of value we all have<br />13:50 – Difference between price and value<br />17:10 – Your income is determined by how many people you serve – the law of compensation<br />20:45 – The Golden Rule of Business every entrepreneur must know<br />23:27 – Why giving and receiving are two sides of the same coin<br /><br /><strong>About Bob Burg</strong><br />Bob Burg is a sought-after speaker at company leadership and sales conferences. He regularly addresses audiences ranging in size from 50 to 16,000. He has shared the platform with notables including today’s top thought leaders, broadcast personalities, Olympic athletes and political leaders including a former United States President.</p> <p>He is coauthor of the international bestseller, The Go-Giver and Go-Givers Sell More and author of Endless Referrals and numerous other books (more than a million copies sold in total). The Go-Giver has been translated into 21 languages.<br />Bob is an advocate, supporter and defender of the Free Enterprise system, believing that the amount of money one makes is directly proportional to how many people they serve. He is also an unapologetic animal fanatic, and serves as Vice President of the Board of Directors of Furry Friends Adoption & Clinic in his town of Jupiter, Florida.<br /><a href="http://www.burg.com" target="_blank">www.Burg.com </a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> 5 Steps to Trailblazing Your Fresh Tracks and Creating Your Life on Your Terms</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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How to Create a Super Engaged Online Community
<p>In episode 14 of Fresh Tracks, Jordana Jaffe shares her secrets to starting and growing a thriving and engaged Facebook group. Jordana explains how Facebook groups can be an awesome way to create a private and safe community for your tribe to share with each other and participate in a vulnerable way. Jordana compares Facebook groups to creating a virtual home where people are invited in (versus a traditional Facebook page everyone can see and join), and provides tips to create a space for support and collaboration among members.</p> <p>Jordana’s active Facebook group,<a href="https://www.facebook.com/groups/gdanamagicalbusiness/" target="_blank"> Gena + Jordana & Your Magical Business</a>, has grown to over 2600 people in less than six months! Engagement, direction and setting boundaries are the big takeaways. Her frustration with the limits of Facebook pages and the coziness of creating a closed group are what inspired her passion to create her own Facebook community. Learn about Jordana’s go-first principle and it’s effectiveness in creating dialogue, openness and vulnerability in her group in this week’s episode of Fresh Tracks! <br /><br />1:28 – How Jordana’s desire to gather community started her journey as a Facebook group leader.<br />4:10 – Why creating a cozy space for folks to share is not a cookie cutter approach for everyone<br />6:28 – Ideas for getting your Facebook group engaged and participating<br />9:01 – How to know if starting a Facebook group is the right tool for you<br />12:39 – The important role of providing direction and invitation in Facebook groups<br />17:29 – Three steps to be super clear on before you invite anyone to your group<br />19:15 – The most important thing to do when you first start your group<br />22:18 – Getting started no-no’s</p> <p><strong>About Jordana Jaffe</strong></p> <p>Jordana Jaffe teaches women entrepreneurs who are introverts or homebodies how to create their own super engaged FB group so that they can grow their own online community and get clients without spending money and while staying at home in their cozy PJs. As a fellow introvert and homebody, Jordana totally understands how people can feel angsty and uncomfortable when it comes to offline networking and making small talk. Once she found a solution and an alternative, she felt inspired to teach everyone else who were interested how to do the same thing.</p> <p>You can join Jordana's own community here:<a href="bit.ly/youaremagical" target="_blank"> bit.ly/youaremagical </a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> 5 Steps to Trailblazing Your Fresh Tracks and Creating Your Life on Your Terms</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Bridging the Gap from Purpose to Profits
<p><strong>Episode 013</strong> - In this episode of Fresh Tracks, Angella Johnson talks about money, trust and the significance of discovering what’s important to you when building your business. Angella shares her story of how building a six-figure business doesn’t necessarily mean more money! She also explains how important it is to heal your money stories and learn to be with money in a productive way before you make it.</p> <p>Many of us are taught to follow formulas and step-by-step processes to grow our businesses. Yet, we never take the time to be sure the steps we take are authentic and right for us. Angella teaches not to blindly follow what others say without checking in with ourselves. Learning to trust ourselves and using our intuition is imperative to creating the lifestyle and business we desire.</p> <p>1:10 – How Angella’s first trip to Africa was her first money mindset shift <br />4:40 – Why it’s important you learn how to be with money in a productive way<br />6:42 – Building a business isn’t about following a formula. It’s really about how much goodness, and how much magic, you are willing to let into your life<br />10:53 – How to build a successful business if you are not motivated by money<br />14:41 – Tips for finding your motivator if it’s not a dollar amount<br />16:40 – Why success requires you to trust yourself<br />19:00 – How to trust yourself and not the formula for building your business.  <br />23:28 – Angella’s decision-making test you can use today<br />26:20 – Surrounding yourself with people that see the best you<br /><br /><strong>About Angella Johnson</strong><br />After building her business to six figures twice, Angella discovered that instead of following guru's one-size-fits-all formulas, she instead created the most joy and financial abundance by blending her intuition with strategies.</p> <p>Angella is an international best-selling author, speaker, strategist and coach and she combines strategy and intuition to help other SOULpreneurs and businesses make more money from their purpose.</p> <p>To debunk the success myths and bridge the gap from your purpose to your profits, get instant access to the free training at <a href="http://www.angellajohnson.com" target="_blank">www.angellajohnson.com</a>.</p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> 5 Steps to Trailblazing Your Fresh Tracks and Creating Your Life on Your Terms</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Rituals to Riches
<p><strong>Episode 12</strong> - In this episode of Fresh Tracks Karen Fagen shares with us her three Rituals to Riches and how, as a single mom, Karen used the three rituals she teaches to build a multiple six figure business by focusing on feeling good from within and exploring what faith means to her. Karen shares how to create happiness every day and balancing living the life you want while running and building a business.</p> <p>In this Fresh Tracks episode you’ll discover how to stop hitting that snooze button and jump out of bed feeling alive and excited about the day! Karen discusses how filling yourself up with clarity, intention and focus allows you to create more money & freedom. Uncovering the secrets to focusing on what's most important in your business and life allows you to implement your priorities consistently – which leads to a consistent monthly income. <br /><br />1:20 – Karen’s two secrets to building a multi-six figure business as a single mom<br />4:01 – The first ritual to riches <br />8:36 – What it really means when you struggle to get out of bed in the morning <br />14:15 – Why it’s important you ‘do you’ first<br />16:30 – How to set up your day for success<br />21:19 – A self-assessment if you are not getting the results you want<br />23:21 – Ritual three – all about creating the lifestyle you SAY you really want<br />26:48 – Why it’s imperative you avoid having your work spilling into all of your life<br />29:49 – How to create happiness and bring control back in your life</p> <p><strong>About Karen Fagen:</strong></p> <p>Karen Fagan is a Lifestyle Coach, Speaker and Author. 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You can also access Karen's three amazing secrets she gifted listeners on the show:  <span lang="EN-CA"><a href="http://www.feelamazingnow.com/threeamazingsecrets">www.feelamazingnow.com/threeamazingsecrets</a></span></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> 5 Steps to Trailblazing Your Fresh Tracks and Creating Your Life on Your Terms</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Your Word as Law and the Power of Manifesting
<p><strong>Episode 011</strong> – In this episode of Fresh Tracks, Kelly Robbins, MA takes an in-depth look at the power of our words. How would your life change if you realized every thought, every word you say, every thought you think becomes reality? Words are not simply symbols or sounds, they are a force. The power of your word is stated in the bible – In the beginning was the Word. And the Word was with God. And the Word was God. In this episode of Fresh Tracks Kelly discusses how this statement applies to you and your business.</p> <p>As a marketer, creator, business writer, your life and career is about using your words in a certain way. With intention. Your ability to create anything – money, love, happiness – starts with you. Kelly discusses how to use the power of your word to manifest what you want, and if you are struggling to manifest your desires some tips to look out for. The power of your word extends to your ability to make money in your marketing materials and has a direct correlation to your integrity with your word. <br /><br />1:20 – The study of the word and how much power do our words have<br />5:07 – Establishing an authority behind your words – they are a command<br />6:57 – How does understanding the use of my word affect making money<br />9:03 – How to be in dominance over your mind<br />12:05 – Why how you feel when you use your word matters<br />14:50 – The concept of verbal discipline<br />16:57 – Being Conscious of your expectations and the power of intention<br />18:00 – Awareness and learning to use the law correctly<br />20:32 – The massive consequences of not keeping your word to yourself<br />25:31 – How the power of your word applies to your marketing and writing copy<br />29:30 – How to help people see their truth in your copywriting<br />31:15 – Exercises for you to do at home</p> <p><strong>About Kelly Robbins</strong></p> <p>Founder of the<a href="http://www.freshtrackswithkellyrobbins.com" target="_blank"> Fresh Tracks podcast</a> and <a href="http://www.thecopywritinginstitute.com" target="_blank">The Copywriting Institute</a>, Kelly Robbins helps people create their life their way. Kelly believes that we each have a purpose and that purpose is unique to each of us. Getting clear on who you are, what your talents are and how you best help people allows you to create a business – in fact a lifestyle – by design. You succeed at this not by copying others, but by following your intuition and carving your own unique path in this world. This individuality is what attracts others to you. This is how you create your own happiness.</p> <p>Kelly is a marketing coach, copywriter and seeker of truth that helps guide folks on their journey to self-empowerment, fulfillment and making boatloads of money. Known for her directness and truth-telling, you can visit <a href="http://www.thecopywritinginstitute.com" target="_blank">www.TheCopywritingInstitute.com</a> to learn more about the role marketing and personal development play in starting and growing a business and designing a life of your choosing.</p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.freshtrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">Marketing with <em>SOUL</em> report</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Your Business as the Divine Self-Expression of Your Soul’s Purpose
<p><strong>Episode 10</strong> - In this episode of Fresh Tracks Dr. Vanessa Moon shares her wisdom on how our soul's purpose is often expressed through our business. Dr. Vanessa believes your business is the divine self-expression of your soul’s purpose. While there are certain fundamental rules about running a profitable business, the ways in which to do that are as varied as the souls involved. In the end, the only right way is the one that works for you.</p> <p>How can you discover the right way for you? Dr. Vanessa reviews what each of the eight divine energy centers are and examines how each of them have unique strengths and purposes on the planet. Making even subtle shifts in how we serve others, based on our energy centers, can make dramatic differences in our results.</p> <p>1:24 – What IS a psychic business coach and what are the benefits of using one?<br />5:47 – How to know if you are not working in alignment with your Soul’s purpose<br />9:34 – Why every experience you have is for a reason, even the challenges<br />14:42 – The eight divine energy centers we all have<br />20:07 – About Divine Communication and using your power words in marketing<br />24:42 – What to evaluate if you are not getting the results you want<br />34:34 - What to do if you are receiving inspiration now</p> <p><strong>About Dr Vanessa Moon</strong><br />Dr. Vannesa Moon is a psychic business coach and the founder of Your Inspired Business. She helps highly conscious entrepreneurs get clear on their purpose, overcome obstacles, and build businesses in alignment with their unique gifts. She incorporates her love of crafting, art, and play from her personal life into every aspect of her business for a fun and enlightening experience for all. Dr. Vannesa’s friendly, relatable, yet no-excuses style allows her to connect quickly with her clients for inspired breakthroughs and abundance. <br /><br />Learn more from Dr. Vanessa Moon at <a href="http://www.yourinspiredbusiness.com" target="_blank">www.YourInspiredBusiness.com</a></p> <p>Visit www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com and download your free <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">Marketing with <em>SOUL</em> report</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Recognizing and Valuing Your Unique Gifts
<p><strong>Episode 09</strong> – Why is it so important to know how special you are and what role does that play in business? How does this knowledge affect your ability to make money? I believe that each of us is unique, is on this planet for a specific reason. How is your behavior different when you KNOW you are a unique way God is seeking to express itself? The truth is this knowledge affects your sales. Your self-confidence. Your ability to succeed.</p> <p>The key to individual success is in knowing that you have a contribution to make to the world that no one can make but you. In this episode of Fresh Tracks we’ll look at how to recognize what our own unique gifts are and how to use them in business. What you know to be true about yourself is what you bring to reality – a look at your reality right now is a great check-in for where you are at. We also spend some time examining resistance. What might that look like and what should you do if you find yourself in resistance. </p> <p>5:08 – The concept of spiritual self- esteem and what that means in business<br />7:16 – Affirming your biggest, bad-ass self on a SOUL level<br />10:44 – Can you recognize your gifts?<br />14:13 – Seeing opportunities in different places. What does it mean to choose to be open?<br />17:01 – Flipping your focus from what you can’t do to what you can do<br />20:00 – How to stop devaluing yourself and self-sabotaging<br />22:46 – 5 steps to recognizing resistance and how to stop it</p> <p><strong>About Kelly Robbins</strong><br />Founder of the<a href="http://www.freshtrackswithkellyrobbins.com" target="_blank"> Fresh Tracks podcast</a> and <a href="http://www.thecopywritinginstitute.com" target="_blank">The Copywriting Institute</a>, Kelly Robbins helps people create their life their way. Kelly believes that we each have a purpose and that purpose is unique to each of us. Getting clear on who you are, what your talents are and how you best help people allows you to create a business – in fact a lifestyle – by design. You succeed at this not by copying others, but by following your intuition and carving your own unique path in this world. This individuality is what attracts others to you. This is how you create your own happiness.</p> <p>Kelly is a marketing coach, copywriter and seeker of truth that helps guide folks on their journey to self-empowerment, fulfillment and making boatloads of money. Known for her directness and truth-telling, you can visit <a href="http://www.thecopywritinginstitute.com" target="_blank">www.TheCopywritingInstitute.com</a> to learn more about the role marketing and personal development play in starting and growing a business and designing a life of your choosing.</p> <p>Visit www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com and download your free <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">Marketing with <em>SOUL</em> report</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Why Boutique Practices Lead to Better Clients, More Income
<p><!-- [if gte mso 9]><xml> <o:OfficeDocumentSettings> <o:AllowPNG/> </o:OfficeDocumentSettings> </xml><![endif]--></p> <p><strong>Episode 08 –</strong> How can turning your business into a boutique practice lead to better clients and more income? Listen to this week’s Fresh Tracker Melissa Galt, founder of<a href="http://www.prosperbydesign.com" target="_blank"> Prosper by Design</a>, as she shares how creating a boutique business made a significant difference in both her happiness and her income! Melissa shares why she is an advocate for designing a joyful business and some best practices for making more money and loving your life at the same time. Melissa goes in-depth on the difference between an everyday business and a boutique business and how a few strategic decisions can lead to your business being one vs. the other. She includes some advice on the powerful impact saying NO to certain people can make. Melissa wraps up the interview sharing best practices for staying out of social media overwhelm.</p> <p><strong>Show Notes:</strong></p> <p>5:19 – Is it possible to create a joyful business?<br />6:32 – Wrapping your business around your life rather than your life around your business<br />7:34 – The fastest route to creating a successful business<br />10:30 – Loving your business = loving your life<br />13:13 – Breaking the “always say yes” program<br />17:20 – Tips for saying NO to clients that aren’t ideal<br />21:06 – The difference in having a boutique business vs. an everyday business<br />27:00 – Melissa’s tips for staying out of social media overwhelm<br />30:46 – Secret tips for keeping evergreen content relevant – Eliminating the limiter</p> <p><br /><strong>About Melissa Galt</strong><br />Recognized by Forbes as one of the Top 20 Women of Influence for Entrepreneurs to follow, Melissa works with entrepreneurs to build irresistible boutique brands that stand out in a crowded market and help you make more money with better clients in less time, while loving it more. Melissa believes that you are your own ultimate competitive advantage and by leveraging your unique strengths, she can show you how to make your weaknesses irrelevant.</p> <p>She is a success strategist, marketing consultant, and business designer focused on showing you step by step how to build your business so it is as unique as you are, and designing it to deliver the lifestyle you dream of and the impact you want to have. Learn more from Melissa and social media best practices at <a href="http://onlinemarketingsocialsolutions.com/" target="_blank">onlinemarketingsocialsolutions.com</a>.</p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.freshtrackswithkellyrobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"><em>Video Series on How to Cut Your Own Fresh Tracks</em></a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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The Power of Alignment
<p><strong>Episode 007</strong> - Discover the Power of Alignment in Business. In this Fresh Tracks interview with Darla LeDoux, founder of <a href="http://www.alignedentrepreneurs.com" target="_blank">Aligned Entrepreneurs</a>, Darla shares with us what it means to be in alignment in life and business. Darla shares her exciting journey from Chemical Engineer to Entrepreneur and how she has built a multi 6-figure business by being in alignment herself. Darla shares how dramatically being out of alignment can affects results in our business, common ways we get out of alignment, and how us being out of alignment unconsciously affects the people we are in conversation with. Darla shares some great examples of how being out of alignment has impacted others in their businesses and provides tips to recognize when we are out of alignment and how to flip the switch!</p> <p>2:00 Darla’s journey from Chemical Engineer to Entrepreneur<br /><br />7:10 What it means to be an Aligned Entrepreneur and how your subconscious programming might sabotage that<br /><br />9:18 Why external motivation doesn’t cut it for the aligned entrepreneur<br /><br />12:23 How our inner sensors spot people out of alignment<br /><br />16:03 Why 2 people with the same million dollar business plan will get completely different results<br /><br />21:55 How to recognize if you are in or out of alignment<br /><br />32:16 Putting yourself in situations where people reflect back to you</p> <p><strong>About Darla LeDoux</strong><br />Darla LeDoux is the founder of <a href="http://www.alignedentrepreneurs.com" target="_blank">Aligned Entrepreneurs</a>, where she supports entrepreneurs on a mission to get into alignment with their TRUE business goals. She works with them to create a business model that gives them the freedom they want and more money than they imagine doing the work that matters most to them.<br /><br />Darla believes that Truth is where it’s at, that who you are, naturally, can make you money, and that the biggest thing standing in the way for most entrepreneurs is the barrier they’ve created to truly being visible and powerful in the world. All of her work starts with looking at who you are BEING in the world. When you operate in alignment with Truth, the right strategies and big outcomes are natural result.<br />Learn more from Darla at<a href="http://www.believeyourselfchallenge.com" target="_blank"> www.BelieveYourselfChallenge.com</a></p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.freshtrackswithkellyrobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"><em>Video series on cutting your own fresh tracks</em></a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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How to Finally Leap from Employee to Entrepreneur
<p><strong>Episode 006</strong> -- In this episode of<a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank"> Fresh Tracks</a> we are speaking with <a href="http://www.debbiedelgado.com" target="_blank">Entrepreneur Launcher Debbie Delgado</a>. Debbie shares with us what it really takes to start your own business, how to know what type of business is right for you, and brings awareness to sabotaging behaviors no one talks about that kill any chances of success. Debbie's journey from corporate employee to successful entrepreneur was filled with unexpected surprises (and some shocks!) that paints a picture of support and creativity. Debbie shares how claiming your own unique gifts and discovering your purpose are imperative to aligning every choice you make with who you are. Debbie offers excellent insight and advice for those considering making the leap from employee to entrepreneur!</p> <p>2:30: Discovering what you really want to be doing and realizing what you need to change in order to get that.</p> <p>4:53 Debbie’s waking up -- her journey from employee to entrepreneur</p> <p>8:00 When you KNOW what you are doing for work is not right</p> <p>11:00 What starting your business is NOT about</p> <p>14:38 Tools for getting a sense of where to start when you want to own a business – especially if you have one foot in the door and one foot out</p> <p>20:00 How to know when it’s time to leave corporate</p> <p>22:53 Guidelines for people launching into entrepreneurism</p> <p>28:25 Recognizing why your friends and family have an agenda for you</p> <p>32:00 How you are now, as an employee, does not support being an entrepreneur and what to do about it</p> <p>37:48 Three unconscious habits that will sabotage your business</p> <p>41:21 Why you have to grow into the level of results you want</p> <p>45:23 Your first order of business, in your business, no matter what you do</p> <p><strong>About Debbie Delgado,</strong> <br />Known as <a href="http://www.DebbieDelgado.com" target="_blank">The Entrepreneur Launcher,</a> Debbie helps women (and a few enlightened men!) with big visions launch their soul-centered businesses and incomes so they can live lives full of meaning AND money. The shift from a business that treats you like a hobby to one that supports your dreams can be a tough one. Debbie helps her clients transform their thinking, way of being, and results. Known for her gifts of no-nonsense Truth telling and helping her clients use the Akashic Records and Universal Laws to express themselves fully through their business, Debbie has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs through her Soul Realignment and Manifesting Design work, coaching programs, workshops, and “Your Business Matters!” e-zine.  </p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.freshtrackswithkellyrobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">Marketing with <em>SOUL</em> report</a> and receive more information like this!</p>
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Episode 05 - Staying Grounded and Using Your Intuition When Writing
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Name="List Table 7 Colorful Accent 6"/> </w:LatentStyles> </xml><![endif]--><!-- [if gte mso 10]> <style> /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0in; mso-para-margin-right:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:8.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0in; line-height:107%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri",sans-serif; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;} </style> <![endif]--></p> <p><strong>Episode 005</strong> - In this episode of Fresh Tracks we're speaking with Trish Kapinos, founder of <a href="http://www.joyrising.com" target="_blank">Joy Rising</a>. Trish shares with us the importance of grounding and using our intuition.<br /><br />Trish first goes in-depth on what it means to grounded and how to ground ourselves and stay grounded. She then guides us in creating our individual writing space and what it means to create a 'writing vibration'. Finally we spend time talking about our intuition - what are the 4 different ways people receive intuition and how to know which one is your primary method. We wrap up the interview learning how to break through writer's block AND get more done in less time by listening to our bodies natural rhythms.<br /><br /><strong>Show Notes:</strong><br /><br />2:24  What does it mean to be grounded? Physically, electrically and its’ connection with the earth<br /><br />6:05  Health benefits of grounding. Getting out of our heads and into our bodies, how this applies to writing<br /><br />9:33  How to know if you are grounded or not grounded<br /><br />12:20 Things we can do to help us ground<br /><br />17:12 Best practices for staying grounded during the day<br /><br />20:43 Creating your writing space – how to train your body to get into a flow<br /><br />24:07 Steps for creating your writing vibration<br /><br />27:44 The 4 ways we receive information. How to know if it’s your intuition<br /><br />31:48 Your primary vs your secondary method of intuition and how to know which one you are<br /><br />37:07 Overcoming writers block by tapping into your energy<br /><br />39:31 How to get more done in less time – the rhythms of creating<br /><br />41:28 How to learn more from Trish Kapinos<br /><br />45:21 How to know it’s not just your mind messing with you!<br /><br />Visit <a href="http://www.freshtrackswithkellyrobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free report on Marketing with SOUL.</p>
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Episode 04 - How and Why to Share Your Story in Business
<p><strong>Episode 04 </strong>- In this episode of Fresh Tracks we're talking with Madeleine Eno, copywriter and founder of <a href="http://www.inthewriteplace.com/" target="_blank">www.InTheWritePlace.com</a>. She explains why it's so important to share your unique story in your business and your marketing. It's what makes you different and it's the why and how you are cutting your own Fresh Tracks in this world. Madeleine shares best practices, common mistakes to avoid, and how to know when and where to use your stories to connect with your ideal client.</p> <p>2:06 - Why we are hardwired for stories</p> <p>5:57 - Where to use your story in marketing your business</p> <p>8:29 - Why seeing own own story is often hard</p> <p>13:41 - Mistakes people make when telling their story</p> <p>15:22 - Why staying vague in storytelling is killer</p> <p>17:44 - How to know when to tell certain parts of your story and when not to</p> <p>21:35 - Looking professional vs. creating an invitation</p> <p>22:45 - How we are designed to do what we do in this world</p> <p>29:06 - Formulaic copywriting vs. using softer skills in copywriting</p> <p>34:28 - Tips for folks that want to write their own story</p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free report on Marketing with SOUL.</p>
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Episode 3 - Marketing Funnel Step 3
<p>Episode 03 of Fresh Tracks with Kelly Robbins we take a deep look at why how you are 'being' when you create your marketing funnel effects your results. This third pillar of creating an effective marketing funnel, marketing vitality, is vital to the success of your business.</p> <p>1:35 - What is marketing vitality and why does it matter?</p> <p>4:36 - Building your spiritual self-esteem</p> <p>8:28 - Recognizing unsupportive values and beliefs</p> <p>15:32 - Entrepreneurs and how they generate energy</p> <p>16:30 - 5 ways low self-esteem and lack of confidence show up in sales</p> <p>19:13 - Why you have a responsiblity to present all the options to your clients</p> <p>22:56 - Assuming prospects don't have enough money is a mistake</p> <p>26:07 - Why it's imperative to ask for the sale on the spot</p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free report on Marketing with SOUL.</p> <p> </p>
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Episode 02 - Marketing Funnel Step 2
<p>Episode 02 of Fresh Tracks with Kelly Robbins we take a deep look at why you can create a marketing funnel that doesn't work. What's it lacking? We call it SOUL. What is SOUL in your marketing and why does it matter?</p> <p>1:35 - What is SOUL in marketing?</p> <p>4:35 - The role of your personal journey in marketing your business.</p> <p>5:27 - How to know what your next step is.</p> <p>7:14 - Is your marketing generic or does it have SOUL?</p> <p>10:34 - Creating from a place of faith and purpose.</p> <p>17:27 - Having a point of view in your marketing.</p> <p>20:20 - How to know if your marketing funnel is working or not.</p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and get your Tracks to Cash video series. </p>
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Epidsode 01 - Your Marketing Funnel
<p><strong>Epidsode 01</strong> of Fresh Tracks with Kelly Robbins covers the first of three marketing essentials when creating your Marketing Funnel. Your Marketing Technique.</p> <p>3:00 - What a marketing funnel is</p> <p>6:40 - Important role the top of the marketing funnel plays in generating qualified leads</p> <p>10:35 - Bringing your prospects through the funnel</p> <p>11:59 - Most common mistakes marketers make</p> <p>14:25 - Strategy and Systems</p> <p>17:51 - Frequency of contact with prospects</p> <p>Visit <a href="http://www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com" target="_blank">www.FreshTrackswithKellyRobbins.com</a> and download your free report on Marketing with SOUL.</p> <p> </p>
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Episode 00: About Fresh Tracks with Kelly Robbins
<p>There is nothing quite like being the first one to cut tracks in the powder on a bluebird day skiing. The connection to nature as you glide down, knowing you are the first to experience the run for the day and that no one else will see what you are seeing right in that moment is priceless.  Words can't express the feelings involved.</p> <p>The same feelings of connection, calmness and peace can be experienced when you are living life on purpose and bringing your vision to reality through your work. For many of us this involves speaking and living our truth and creating a business from that place.</p> <p>Being the first one to pave the way for the others that will be following is often our calling in business. You are probably here today because you have something important to say. Something others need to hear and.... It's personal. It's spiritual. It's unique to you.</p> <p>I can say with complete confidence that you wouldn't be here if you didn't have gifts to share with others. The interviews and information we'll share on our Fresh Tracks Podcast are designed with the clear intention of bringing you the many different facets involved in living life on purpose, bringing your vision to reality, and helping others along the way.</p> <p>Let's cut some tracks together!</p> <p>Kelly Robbins, MA</p>
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