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Tips to Grow a Facebook Group with Geriann Wiesbrook

 

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Welcome to the Courageous Entrepreneur Show. This is the show that shares information and inspiration to help you break free from self-doubt, limiting beliefs, and disempowering patterns and break through to create the thriving, successful business you dream of and deserve.

The show features interviews with entrepreneurs who’ve overcome amazing challenges to create success on their terms and experts who share insight and practical information to help you move forward with courage, confidence, and clarity so you – the introverted, mission-driven entrepreneur — consistently reach your biggest goals.

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As a mission driven solo professional or micro-firm owner I’m sure you’re always looking for ways to get your message out easier, faster, and to an audience of people you know are interested in and even passionate about the same things you are. And it’s likely you’ve heard and maybe even already experienced the power of social networking groups to build community and to grow a business.

brown haired caucasian woman, smiling, wearing glassesIn this episode leading expert Geriann Wiesbrook is going to talk about Facebook groups and share tips for growing and strengthening one.

Lots of people call themselves experts on the subject of using Facebook and building a group on Facebook but very very few are actually recognized as a community leader by Facebook itself.

Geriann is a Fellow in the Facebook Community Leadership program. This means she’s one of the top 115 group leaders on Facebook and she was selected from a pool of over 6000.

She’s been repeatedly recognized by Facebook since 2017 when she was invited to the first Facebook Communities Summit and became a member of the leadership team for a Facebook run, invitation-only leadership group. She is featured in training videos Facebook created and she participated in a round table on group and small business tools for growth with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandburg. Geri is also a frequent speaker at Facebook Leadership Circles in Chicago.

Geriann is the founder of Military Mama Network which started as a group on Facebook and is now a 501c organization. The group started in 2013 after Geriann recognized the needs of her Army recruit son and other US military members. MMN has grown to provide support to US troops and their families and maintains the Military Mama Network Facebook community.

MMN has a presence in all 50 states and chapters in several states. Their goal is to have chapters in all 50 states, enabling them to continue to serve our troops and veterans in a swift but personal manner

Remember my guests and I aren’t giving you specific business advice. The information we’re sharing is for educational and entertainment purposes only. If you need help be sure to seek out a trained professional whether it’s a financial advisor, tax professional, business building expert, or healthcare provider.

Listen in as Geriann:

  • Dispels some common myths about members of the military and explains the needs they often have that go unmet
  • Talks about the evolution of the group and how the work has grown to support the military member through basic training through deployment and release as well as how they support families.
  • Discusses the challenges women face to own their expertise, recognize themselves as leaders, and step into their power
  • Shares why she feels a group may not be right for every business
  • Explains why a group’s culture is important and how you can focus on consciously creating the kind of group you want

You’ll want to listen to this with a notepad handy because Geriann tosses out super tips throughout our conversation.

As always, listen all the way to the end where I’ll share your cocktail exercise and action step for this episode.

Guest Contact Information:

Geriann’s consulting page

Book a clarity call with Geriann

Military Mama Network’s website

Military Mama Network’s main Facebook group

 

Geriann on social media (other than Facebook)

Twitter

YouTube

LinkedIn

 

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Starting a Nonprofit with Monique Wells

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Escaping the Rabbit Hole and Using Depression to Help Others

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Welcome to the Courageous Entrepreneur Show. This is the show that shares information and inspiration to help you break free from self-doubt, limiting beliefs, and disempowering patterns and break through to create the thriving, successful business you dream of and deserve.

The show features interviews with entrepreneurs who’ve overcome amazing challenges to create success on their terms and experts who share insight and practical information to help you move forward with courage, confidence, and clarity so you consistently reach your biggest goals.

Some of the links below may be affiliate links. That means if you click through and make a purchase I may make a small commission as a thank you. It doesn’t impact the price you pay. It’s my way of generating gas money for my long trips back home to South Jersey. 

Show Notes

If you’re an entrepreneur, freelancer, solo professional who is also a former employee, the chances are very good that you’ve experienced some form of trauma at your past job.

Whether you’ve worked for abusive bosses or you’ve worked with difficult or even bullying peers, the chances are very good that you’ve experienced some type of emotional trauma at work and there’s also a good chance that trauma scarred you in some way.

Best selling author and speaker Tracey MaxfieldIn this episode,Tracey Maxfield recounts her experience with severe workplace bullying and how she’s using her experience to help children around the world.

Tracey is a nurse with over 37 years’ experience. She is certified in gerontology and dementia care and is a regular guest on well-known author and radio host Peter Rosenberger’s show Hope For the Caregiver on WLAC and iHeart Radio in Nashville, Tennessee.

Tracey experienced her first episode of clinical depression in her twenties and lived with chronic depression ever since. However, nothing prepared her for the acute depressive episode she experienced in 2015.

After enduring years of intense work place stress, harassment and bullying, she plummeted into an abyss of darkness, hopelessness and despair the likes of which she had never experienced before.

Encouraged by a psychologist, Tracey started a blog, Escaping the Rabbit Hole – my life with depression, to better help her friends understand her depression. Over time, she began to heal and found that out of the darkness and despair, there is hope, there is life after depression.

Since the release of the book (affiliate link) that grew out of her blog, Tracey has become a staunch advocate for mental illness and mental health awareness and bullying.

She has met with children, teenagers and young adults to talk about bullying and mental illness and was one of the breakout presenters at the TEACH 2019 Conference in Jacksonville, Florida.

Her website was recently awarded the silver medal for Best Author Website 2019 at the eLit Awards and her book is a top 10 finalist in the Non-Fiction category at the Author Academy Awards. Tracey has appeared in over 60 podcasts in the USA, Canada, New Zealand and UK, live radio shows and on ABC, NBC and FOX News.

Her philosophy is to Engage children and teenagers, to Educate them about mental illness and bullying and to Empower them to develop confidence and skills to continue to move ahead in their own life journey.

Born in Wales, U.K. Tracey moved to Canada in 1987. Escaping the Rabbit Hole my journey through depression is her first book and has received international rave reviews.

Remember, my guests and I aren’t giving you specific business, health, or life advice. The information we’re sharing is for educational and entertainment purposes only.

If you need help, be sure to seek out a trained professional whether it’s a financial advisor, tax professional, business building support, or a physical or mental healthcare provider.

If you feel triggered by anything in this episode please get help right away. And if you’re concerned you may harm yourself call 911 or the emergency number in the country where you live.

Listen in as Tracey shares:

  • What the rabbit hole is and how she got there
  • The reaction of her friends, family, and healthcare providers as she struggled to recover
  • What finally helped her to begin to climb out of the hole
  • And how she’s making her mess her mission and how she’s focusing on helping teens and children.

As always, listen all the way to the end where I’ll share your cocktail exercise and action step for this episode.

Guest Contact Information

Tracey’s website

Tracey’s Author Central page on Amazon

Tracey on social media

Facebook

Instagram

Pinterest

Twitter

YouTube

 

Resources Mentioned

Tracey’s book on Amazon

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How Organizational Life Conditions You to Struggle Out on Your Own

 

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Common Mistakes Made Pricing Your Services with Tai Goodwin

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Welcome to the Courageous Entrepreneur Show. This is the show that shares information and inspiration to help you break free from self-doubt, limiting beliefs, and disempowering patterns and break through to create the thriving, successful business you dream of and deserve.

Remember my guests and I aren’t giving you specific business advice. The information we’re sharing is for educational and entertainment purposes only. If you need help be sure to find and hire a trained professional who can advise you directly about your specific situation.

Show Notes

We start a business for lots of reasons including the opportunity to make a big impact and the opportunity to earn an unlimited income.

But having to price our offerings and services can fill us with anxiety and raise self-worth issues we didn’t even realize we had.

In fact, we come face to face with our own emotional crap.

And it doesn’t matter where you are in the business life cycle.

Each new level of business success brings up the issue of “am I good enough” and “do I really deserve to make this kind of money”.

In this episode Tai Goodwin talks about the struggle we have with pricing and how we’ve got to get past it to build momentum and truly build the sustainable, profitable business we dream of and deserve.

Tai is the CEO of Profit Momentum and founder of Profit Academy. A firm believer that wealth and spirituality are not mutually exclusive, Tai teaches women how to make bank so they can fund the lifestyle they desire, bring their purpose-based projects to life, and invest in the people and communities that matter to them.

A tech-savvy, woo woo, coach and teacher who prefers books over shoes, Tai’s super power is helping clients monetize their expertise by creating, marketing, and selling high-ticket signature programs.

The author of Girlfriend, It’s Your Time and co-author of The Profitable Woman’s Playbook, her articles have been featured on The Huffington Post, Forbes.com, Careerealism.com, and CAREER Magazine.

Tai has also been highlighted by Money Magazine, Black Enterprise, and The BOSS Network. You can find her online at www.proifitmomentum.com.

Listen in as Tai shares tips and strategies to help you:

  • RAMP up your profits
  • Deal with worthiness issues
  • Recognize the value of your corporate experience and skills
  • Deal with profit potholes and recognize profit roadblocks
  • See the importance of being around others who want the same things you do
  • Understand the importance of social capital
  • Know when it’s time to raise your prices

As always, listen all the way to the end where I’ll share your cocktail exercise and action step for this episode.

Resources and Related Episodes

Pricing for Profit : Justin Krane challenges our thoughts on pricing

Mind Over Money – an interview with money and success coach Robyn Crane

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Guest Contact Information:

Tai’s website

Facebook

YouTube – Tai’s Profit Momentum channel

LinkedIn

Instagram

Pinterest

 

Introverted Entrepreneurs Unite!

Are you an introverted, mission-driven coach, consultant, or other service professional with a big message and big mission to change the world? Are you ready to stand out and step up as a thought leader in your industry segment and to your target audience?

If you want support to help you stay focused on your core goals along with information, tips, resources, and training to help you be seen as the go-to expert you are, then join my Facebook group, The Courageous Success Community.

From Welfare to Wildly Successful | Winnie Interviews Alison Donaghey

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Show Notes

One of the many reasons we start our businesses is to get the freedom we want to build a life and a lifestyle that brings us joy. Yet, building that foundation can be a challenge and we often come face to face with our own emotional crap.

In this episode, Alison Donaghey talks about her journey and the type of thinking that can hold female entrepreneurs back.

A single mom at 20, Alison eventually went from collecting welfare to running a thriving house painting business.

It took the 2008 recession for Alison to recognize that she had some holes to fill in her business and business-building knowledge.

The recession led her to recognize how critical thinking is key to every situation and she realized she had something other than painting to offer people and business owners.

She recognized her ability to look at a situation differently and anticipate potential outcomes was the seed that became Domino Thinking.

Allison is the author of the international best-selling book, Think opposite – using the domino effect to change your business and change the world”.

Today, Alison speaks to entrepreneurs, small business owners and coaches about the power of critical thinking.

She’s also the host of Domino Thinking. The show is designed to get listeners to think about a different perspective, to suspend their beliefs, and consider the opposite view point.

Remember my guests and I aren’t giving you specific business advice. The information we’re sharing is for educational and entertainment purposes only. If you need help be sure to seek out a trained professional whether it’s a financial advisor, tax professional, business building support, or healthcare provider.

Listen in as Alison shares:

  • The path she took from welfare to successful entrepreneur
  • What the crash of 2008 taught her
  • What she feels is her responsibility to do and the steps she’s taken to do it
  • The problem with comparing ourselves to others
  • What she believes is the foundation of every success
  • What’s the domino effect and why it’s powerful personally and professionally for entrepreneurs

As always, listen all the way to the end where I’ll share your cocktail exercise and action step for this episode.

Guest Contact Information

Alison’s Website

Her #MyPart course

Alison’s Podcast

Alison on Social Media

Facebook

Twitter

LinkedIn

Instagram

YouTube

Pinterest

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Introverted Entrepreneurs Unite!

Are you an introverted, mission-driven coach, consultant, or other service professional with a big message and big mission to change the world? Are you ready to stand out and step up as a thought leader in your industry segment and to your target audience?

If you want support to help you stay focused on your core goals along with information, tips, resources, and training to help you be seen as the go-to expert you are, then join my Facebook group, The Courageous Success Community.

 

The Courage to Live Your Dream

 

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Welcome to the Courageous Entrepreneur Show. This is the show that shares information and inspiration to help you end self-doubt, silence your Inner Critic, and break free from limiting beliefs and disempowering patterns so you break through to create the thriving, successful business you dream of and deserve.

SHOW NOTES:

If you’ve ever felt like you were odd or if you have some passion you’d love to build a career or business around and you wondered if you could really pursue your passion and make it pay, then you’re really going to enjoy this episode.

Rose Andreesen is a professional tour guide in New Orleans, specializing in ghost, vampire, and mystery-themed walking tours of the historic French Quarter through HauntedHistoryTours.com.

A lifelong storyteller, her passion for the strange and macabre began at a young age and she’s been reading about vampires, ghosts, and other creatures of the night for more than 30 years.

Rose has an academic background in Anthropology and Theater Arts and finds her work as both a tour guide and podcaster the perfect marriage of her specializations. This gives a unique, immersive perspective to the tales she weaves for spellbound tourists from around the world.

It’s easy to imagine she’s been telling these stories for centuries.

Rose moved to New Orleans one year after Hurricane Katrina hit the area and only plans to leave “when her bloated corpse floats out.”

She lives in a haunted house with her husband, a pair of black and orange Halloween cats, and a decidedly non-goth corgi mix.

Listen in as Rose shares:

  • How her passion showed itself at an early age and why she was drawn to New Orleans
  • How seeming disparate work experiences fit together to give her the key skills to become a top tour guide and story teller
  • The stage secret that she believes is important for anyone who wants to gain and hold the attention of an audience
  • The only time you should apologize to an audience
  • When she knew she was “ready” to be a tour guide and how she was able to decide to transition from part time side gig to full time professional
  • The hardest part of being a tour guide which is also one of the hardest things about being an entrepreneur
  • What you must ask yourself and know about yourself before you dive in to trying to make a passion a financially successful endeavor

And as always, listen all the way to the end where I’ll share your cocktail exercise and action step for this episode.

Guest Contact Information:

Website/ Podcast

Facebook

Twitter

instagram

Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

Going to New Orleans? Book a haunted tour and request Rose. You can also call 504-861-2727.

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End the Isolation of Being a Solo Professional

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Break Free From Limiting Beliefs and Disempowering Patterns — Finally!

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SHOW NOTES

Welcome to the Courageous Entrepreneur Show.

This is the show that shares information and inspiration to help you break free from self-doubt, limiting beliefs, and disempowering patterns and break through to create the thriving, successful business you dream of and deserve.

The show features interviews with entrepreneurs who’ve overcome amazing challenges to create success on their terms and experts who share insight and practical information to help you move forward with courage, confidence, and clarity so you,the introverted, mission-driven entrepreneur, consistently reach your biggest goals.

You’ve probably tried affirmations, positive thinking, and other typically recommended strategies to release limiting beliefs and you’ve tried hard to change your patterns but gotten frustrated and even depressed when your results are changing then you’re going to really enjoy this episode.

Remember, my guests and I aren’t giving you financial or health advice. The information we’re sharing is for educational and entertainment purposes only. If you need help be sure to seek out a trained professional whether it’s a financial advisor, tax professional, or mental or physical healthcare provider.

Holly Stokes, The Brain Trainer

That being said, Holly Stokes, The Brain Trainer, is a 3-time author with more than 20 years experience in the field of applied psychology with NLP & Hypnosis. She has worked with thousands of clients in ‘rewiring’ the brain out of stress, cravings, sabotage and the habits that keep us stuck. She has been quoted by Shape Magazine, Active Times and Chicago Tribune and appears on radio shows and local TV. She says, “For everything you want to create in your in life and health, career, it all starts with your brain.”

Listen in as Holly explains:

  • What hypnosis really is and how it’s used as a healing modality
  • How hypnosis used for healing is different from the hypnosis used in entertainment
  • How we actually go through a type of hypnosis in our every day lives
  • How to recognize you may need a hypnotherapist
  • How to find the hypnotherapist that’s right for you
  • The definition of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and how it helps change behavior Examples of the power of language in our lives
  • The one thing the mind can’t argue with

As always, listen all the way to the end where I’ll share your cocktail exercise and action step for this episode.

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Guest Contact Information

Get Holly’s free Instant Motivation Kit

Holly on YouTube

Holly on Facebook

Holly on Twitter

Holly on LinkedIn

 

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Break Free from Money Issues with Abby Rohrer

From Survivor Strategies to Thriver Strategies with Suzie Gruber

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Break Free From Money Issues — Finally | an interview with Abby Rohrer

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Welcome to the Courageous Entrepreneur Show.

This is the show that shares information and inspiration to help you break free from self-doubt, limiting beliefs, and disempowering patterns and break through to create the thriving, successful business you dream of and deserve.

The show features interviews with entrepreneurs who’ve overcome amazing challenges to create success on their terms and experts who share insight and practical information to help you move forward with courage, confidence, and clarity so you – the introverted, mission-driven entrepreneur — consistently reach your biggest goals.

If you like what you hear I hope you’ll share the show with others.

Be sure to visit winnieanderson.com/karma to get the show notes and work sheet for this episode.

SHOW NOTES

If you’ve worked hard to release your money story and you’ve continued to struggle, this episode will give you some interesting insight into what the problem may be.

Remember, my guests and I aren’t giving you professional financial advice. The information we’re sharing is for educational and entertainment purposes only. If you need help be sure to seek out a trained professional whether it’s a financial advisor, tax professional, or healthcare provider.

That being said, like many of us in the helping professions, Abby Rohrer started out trying to heal her own issues.

And as she did that she discovered her calling and the things that helped her break free from a compulsive behavior pattern also helped her clients deal with what she calls money karma.

Abby is a Master Healer, Karma and Anxiety Expert with her own healing technology. She’s also a certified Big Money Business Coach. She works with business owners and entrepreneurs to free them from money, sales, and success karma, as well as blocks and fears. She teaches people worldwide how to self heal their karma and anxiety to they can achieve their dreams and thrive in business and in life.

Listen in as Abby explains:

  • What money karma is and where it comes from
  • What she did to turn her relationship to sales around and how that changed her business for the better
  • Where up to 80% of our blocks are located
  • And the different ways we can frustrate ourselves in the sales process

As always, listen all the way to the end where I’ll share your cocktail exercise and action step for this episode.

Guest Contact Information

Website
Facebook
YouTube

Resources
Worksheet for this episode

Related Episodes
Mind Over Money: An interview with money and success coach Robyn Crane

Ready for Clarity, Courage, and Community? Looking for Support as You Come Out of Hiding and Get Your Message Out in a Bigger Way?

Are you an introverted, mission-driven coach, consultant, or other service professional with a big message and big mission to change the world? Are you ready to stand out and step up as a thought leader in your industry segment and to your target audience? If you want support to help you stay focused on your core goals along with information, tips, resources, and training to help you be seen as the go-to expert you are, then join my Facebook group of like-minded and like-personality’d professionals who are taking steps to create Courageous Success.

Following the Universe’s Signs and Finding Freedom as an Entrepreneur

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SHOW NOTES

If you’ve ever wondered if it’s possible to create success in a way that’s in alignment with who you are you definitely want to hear this week’s episode.

Welcome to the Courageous Entrepreneur Show. This is the show that shares information and inspiration to help you stand out when you hate standing out, sell your services even though you hate selling, and create the thriving, successful business you dream of and deserve.

The show features interviews with entrepreneurs who’ve overcome amazing challenges to create success on their terms and experts who share insight and practical information to help you move forward with courage, confidence, and clarity.

The show is available in both video and audio formats and on a variety of platforms.

If you like what you hear I hope you’ll share the show with others and I hope you’ll decide to become a fan of the show by signing up at Winnie Anderson.com/fans. When you do, you’ll get episodes delivered right to your inbox along with information, tips, and resources to help you – the introverted, mission-driven entrepreneur — consistently move forward to reach your biggest goals.

 

Whether you’re a long time listener to the show or you’ve just discovered it, I’m sure you’re driven to serve and to bring about an important change in the world.

You recognize that there’s something different about you, about how you approach the world, and that you have a experiences and a message that can powerfully impact others.

But how do you do harness that and direct your energy to build a thriving business?

In this episode, best selling author, speaker, and medical intuitive Dave Markowitz shares his journey of discovering and embracing his empath abilities, recognized his need to chart his own path as an entrepreneur, and how he built his successful practice.

Listen in as Dave shares his journey from retail worker to self-employed intuitive and reveals:

  • What an iconic TV show and empaths have in common
  • What it means to be an empath or a highly sensitive person
  • How to blend those elements of your personality and still grow a business
  • How to balance serving at a high level with self-care
  • His thoughts on handling the 8 strategic priorities we deal with as entrepreneurs and shares some of his best practices along the way.

As always, listen all the way to the end where I’ll share your cocktail exercise and action step for this episode.

Guest Contact Information

Website

Facebook

YouTube

Amazon Central Profile and books

Resources

Worksheet for this episode

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Jenn Savage – The Success Journey of a Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur

Scott Chesney — Success No Matter What

Peggy O’Neill — Your Challenge is Really a Gift

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The Success Journey of a Highly Sensitive Entrepreneur

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SHOW NOTES

If you’re someone who doesn’t just feel sorry for or compassion for others but who can truly feel what that other person is feeling or if you keep hearing your too sensitive you may be either an empath or a highly sensitive person or HSP.

I finally came to the realization that I have some empath tendencies and I have friends and family members who are highly sensitive people.

This realization got me to thinking about other HSPs and empaths out there who are trying to build businesses and I thought we could use a little insight into this from someone who’s done it.

That’s why I wanted to have today’s guest on the show.

Jenn Savage helps professionals create spiritual connection, tap deeply into the essence of who they are and find their space where confidence moves you to speak your truth and do the inner work of the journey you’re on. She also has the skills of marketing and strategy and understands how to make them work for healers.

So listen in as Jenn explains:

  • What it means to be an empath or a highly sensitive person
  • How to blend those elements of your personality and still grow a business
  • How and why money can be an issue for empaths and HSPs
  • The things we think are wrong with us and how in fact they could very well be what’s right with us
  • Her thoughts on handling the 8 strategic priorities we deal with as entrepreneurs and some of her best practices

As always, listen all the way to the end where I’ll share your cocktail exercise and action step for this episode.

Guest Contact Information:

Jenn’s website

Jenn on Facebook

on Twitter

on YouTube

on Instagram

 

RESOURCES

Worksheet for this week’s episode

Are you an Empath?

What’s the Difference Between an Empath and a Highly Sensitive Person (hsp)?

 

Looking for Support as You Come Out of Hiding and Get Your Message Out in a Bigger Way?

Are you an introverted, mission-driven coach, consultant, or other service professional with a big message and big mission to change the world? Are you ready to stand out and step up as a thought leader in your industry segment and to your target audience? 

If you want support to help you stay focused on your core goals along with information, tips, resources, and training to help you be seen as the go-to expert you are, then join my Facebook group of like-minded and like-personality’d professionals who are taking steps to create Courageous Success.

 

From Survivor Strategies to Thriver Strategies

To watch the interview, press the forward facing triangle in the center of the image above.

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Some of the links below may be affiliate links. That means if you click through and make a purchase I may make a small commission as a thank you. It doesn’t impact the price you pay. It’s my way of generating gas money for my long trips back home to South Jersey.

 

Welcome to the Courageous Entrepreneur Show. This is the show that shares information and inspiration to help you stand out when you hate standing out, sell your services even though you hate selling, and create the thriving, successful business you dream of and deserve.

The show features interviews with entrepreneurs who’ve overcome amazing challenges to create success on their terms and experts who share insight and practical information to help you move forward with courage, confidence, and clarity.

The show is available in both video and audio formats on a variety of platforms including Apple Podcasts, I Heart Radio, in the Google Play store, on You Tube and on my website.

If you like what you hear I hope you’ll share the show with others and I hope you’ll decide to become a fan of the show on my site at Winnie Anderson.com/fans. When you do you’ll get episodes delivered right to your inbox along with information, tips, and resources to help you – the introverted, mission-driven entrepreneur — consistently move forward to reach your biggest goals.

SHOW NOTES

As Introverts one of the things we have to check in with ourselves about is whether the issue we’re wrestling with or that seems to be keeping us from taking action is truly part of being an introvert or is it connected to a deeper issue we wrestle with.

And often, if you find yourself resisting something, avoiding taking action, there’s probably a fear that’s holding you back.

I can tell you from experience that until you fully face that fear it’s unlikely you’ll be able to fully move forward with the courage, confidence, and clarity you need.

That’s the conclusion I came to and I thought you probably needed to as well.

That’s why I wanted to have today’s guest on the show.

To say Suzie Gruber is a personal development coach is a simplification of her skills I think but that’s technically her title. She uses her skills and training to help professionals uncover any survival strategies that we carry from childhood that we may still be unknowingly using today. She’ll support you in developing the ability to detach from the emotions connected to an issue, and support you to examine it as you develop new strategies to deal with it.

Her clients go on to be more productive, achieve their business and professional goals, and do it all with a greater sense of aliveness and ease so their work and their life is more satisfying.

Keep in mind that we’re not giving you medical advice. Suzie is not a licensed therapist or a doctor of any sort and neither am I. This episode like all of the episodes of The Courageous Entrepreneur Show is designed to inform, educate, and entertain you. If this brings up any issues or feelings for you please consider reaching out to a professional for diagnosis, care, and treatment. Listening to this show is not a replacement for the care of a trained and licensed professional.

That said, listen in as Suzie explains:

  • What survival strategies are and how they stay with us through adulthood
  • What it takes to heal from a traumatic past
  • What our Inner Critic is and what happens to us when we hear it in our heads
  • How we can become our own abuser

And how we can navigate the 8 strategic priorities we need to manage as entrepreneurs.

As always, listen all the way to the end where I’ll share your cocktail exercise and action step for this episode.

Guest Contact Information

Suzie’s website

Get social with Suzie:

Facebook

Twitter

Resources Mentioned

From Survivor to Thriver Manual

Related Episodes

From Abused to Abundant with Mark Baker

Come Out of the Long Shadow of Abuse with Becky Norwood

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