Latest from the podcast
Have you ever thought about how trimming trees relates to running a business? Kristen got us all thinking after chatting about tree pruning and uncovering surprising similarities between this necessary job and how we shape our businesses. This talk led to some eye-opening discussions, linking the process of pruning to smart business strategies and offering valuable lessons for everyone aiming to grow professionally.
We often talk about the “why” behind our business, but do we take it seriously enough? Without a compelling reason to pursue your vision, it can feel like a chore. Your “why” is the fuel that keeps you going, even when things get tough. It’s the emotional connection to your vision that makes it more than just a distant goal. Kristen goes deeper into the importance of establishing your vision and its direct correlation to the push-and-pull dynamic.
Many of us constantly struggle to balance self-acceptance and self-improvement in a world flooded with body standards, diet culture, and societal pressures. The battle between body positivity and the idea of hustling for a better version of ourselves can be a sensitive and complex one. Today’s episode is an invitation to Kristen’s journey and how you might be thinking about these two philosophies.
Teaching our kids about money is not only about helping them gain financial confidence and steward it well, but it’s also about equipping them with valuable life skills. Kristen welcomes Scott Donnell, author of Value Creation Kid and creator of the app Gravy Stack to explore the concept of raising value-oriented children and introduce you to a unique approach to financial education that promises a brighter future for your family.
In the world of personal and professional development, the pursuit of exponential growth and success is a common goal. But how do we truly achieve it? In a captivating discussion, Kristen is joined by Dr. Benjamin Hardy to explore the profound concept of 10X growth and its transformative power in entrepreneurship.
In today’s world, we’ve grown accustomed to instant gratification. With just a click or a tap, we can access answers to our questions, order products for same-day delivery, and receive immediate feedback on our actions. This convenience, while undoubtedly beneficial in many ways, has created a society that is dopamine-dependent, and it’s profoundly influencing behavior, particularly in the realms of business and personal development.