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Black Friday and Holiday Spending, Retrain Your Brain to Avoid the Credit Card Blues – Heather Wagenhals – AND 22

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Oh the holidays are upon us.  Black Friday is proclaiming just how much money you will save and Cyber Monday is calling your wallet.  The commercials are telling you to spend, spend, spend!  Your a giver…you want to give the best to everyone and the credit card chip is just one insert a way from signing your name to another …

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Forget Rapport, Get Believable, Build Your Credibility from the Inside Out – Rob Jolles – AND 21

In authenticity, Business Help, Business Improvement, Business Psychology, Business Success, Career Help, credibility, entrepreneur, Inspiration, Internet Doctor, Jay Izso, Leadership, Leadership Skills, Life Help, management, Motivation, Podcast, Psychology, Psychology and Business, sales success, self help, self-improvement by Jay Izso2 Comments

Let’s face it we are all in sales.  We are constantly trying to sell ourselves to someone for something.   We try to build rapport believing that is the quickest way to get the win…but wait…are you believable?  Do you really have credibility?  Can you do that quickly? Rob Jolles new book “Why People Don’t Believe You…: Building Credibility from the …

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Carving Out Your Mission Statement from Your Core Values – Raye MItchell – AND 20

In branding, Business Help, Business Ideas, Business Improvement, Business Psychology, Business Success, Career Help, core values, entrepreneur, Inspiration, Leadership, Life Help, mission statement, Motivation, Podcast, Psychology, Psychology and Business, self help, self-improvement, Uncategorized by Jay Izso0 Comments

Whether you own your own business, are a CEO, Manager, or an employee branding is critical.  But where does your brand start?  The fact is it starts with your mission statement.  But how do you carve out your missions statement.  Well that all starts with your core values, and how you live them out. In Episode 20 of A New …

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Finding Wholeness After Loss and Grief – Dr. Sherry Cormier – Sweet Sorrow – AND18

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At some point we are all going to experience loss.  Grieving that loss is a personal journey.  It matters not if the loss was the death of a spouse, friend, pet, or even the death of a dream.  Even those of you who are digging out of hurricane’s Michael and Florence have experienced the loss of perhaps loved ones, your …

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Overcoming Life’s Biggest Challenges – Sascha Gorokhoff – AND15

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Life is full of challenges.  We all experience them.  At some point in our life we will experience a situation or situations or a circumstance or set of circumstances that will challenge us to the point that we feel that we cannot recover.  Or worse yet, we feel like this is the end.  Overcoming these challenges can become our biggest …

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Empowered Living: Author Tori Eldridge – AND12

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Have you ever felt like you just needed to be empowered to soar?  Empowerment starts with you!  Meet Tori Eldridge @ToriEldridge She is 5th degree Blackbelt Ninja, Actress, Singer, Dancer, has been on Broadway, TV and more!  She is the ultimate renaissance woman who is author of a fantastic book entitled Empowered Living:  A Guide to Physical and Emotional Protection.  …

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My Dad is an Alcoholic…What About Me? – Alcohol, Drugs, and YOU – Marc Treitler – AND10

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In this episode of AND we visit with Marc Treitler.  Marc is a highly successful businessman, by all accounts he has the perfect life, a beautiful wife, beautiful and smart children and looking from the outside it appears…well…perfect. Until one evening he takes his daughter to a concert.  A little “daddy daughter time”.  When he comes home he over hears …

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Freedom from Abuse – Tarra Judson Stariell – Sanity Lost & Found – AND9

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This episode of AND brings with a true story of sexual abuse, emotional abuse, physical abuse, spiritual abuse, and mental abuse, being part of a cult culture….and it all happened to one person.  Meet Tarra Judson Stariell author of the book Sanity Lost & Found:  A True Story of Brainwashing and Recovery. So many people in the world live under …

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What a Dog Can Teach You About Leadership – Co-Author Eric Wright – Dogs Don’t Bark at Parked Cars – AND8

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In episode 8 of AND (A New Direction) Co-Author Eric Wright shares leadership insights, life insights, and more surrounding his book.  Dogs Don’t Bark at Parked Cars: Your GPS in an Era of Hyper-Change. Eric discusses how as leaders and entrepreneurs when we look back it can “bite us in the bum”, the influence of how dogs can teach us …

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Want To Be Seen as Credible, Competent, and Admired? Don’t Conform!

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A recent study has demonstrated that intentionally going against the grain can gain you competence, respect, and even credibility from others.  The study published in the Journal of Consumer Research examined how what people wear does affects others perceptions in a positive way¹. What did they find?  When people dress in a way that goes against the convention they are …