The Easily Distracted Entrepreneur
It’s Not the Doing, It’s The Planning with Mridu Parikh
Listen in as we talk about the value of the brain dumps, but the power behind the planning.
More Sparkle and More Swagger with Anniedi Essien
It’s all about the sparkle and swagger that you bring to the table, according to Anniedi. And I couldn’t agree more. Be sure to listen in!
Learning and Growth in 150 Episodes
This week on the podcast, Abby Herman, podcast manager and owner of The Content Experiment, interviews me on my own podcast to talk about how my business has changed over the years, how podcasting has impacted my business, what I’ve learned in the last 150 episodes, and what I’d do differently if I had to start over today.
Creating Courses for Neurodivergent Students with Eman Zabi
Eman and I discuss breaking down the barriers neurodivergent people have around the current online learning structure, particularly around business courses, what accessibility could look like, why preselling is so important, and where to find the support you need around completing a course and taking action.
How the Brain Works with Melina Palmer
This week on the podcast, behavioral economist Melina Palmer is sharing how to use brain science to be more productive and meet your goals.
Guess what? Do what you want! with Sam Pollack
This week on the podcast, I’m talking with Sam Pollack, a copywriter and creative strategist who is helping neurodivergent business owners to do business in a more sustainable way.
Managing Transitions & Shifting Seasons
This week on the podcast, I’m talking about different seasons of change and transition and what I plan to focus on in this particular season.
When You’re Having a Crap Day… with Merrett Sheridan
Mindfulness is so important in life, but especially when it comes to bad days. Merrett Sheridan, this week’s guest, talks about using mindfulness to shift your mindset entirely from feeling like you’re just surviving in life to truly thriving.
Are You the Ghoster or Ghostee?
Ghosting happens and we’re all at risk of being on both sides of it. It can have a big impact on our businesses, so it’s important to know why it happened and how to move on from it. As in, how to get past feeling guilty that you ghosted someone.