Episode 26: What Christmas Doesn’t Mean To Me and My Plans for the New Year

In this final show of 2020, I’m sharing my thoughts about what Christmas doesn’t mean to me as well as my ideas for 2021.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • What Christmas is going to look like at our house
  • Blood is not thicker than water and what the quote really means
  • A New Year’s Eve tradition
  • How I’m pivoting my business for 2021

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Butter Swim Biscuit Recipe

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Episode 25: What to Expect at Your First Mammogram

Today I’m sharing with you my mammogram experience and what you can expect on your first one.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • Screening vs. Diagnostic mammogram
  • How to get the best scans possible
  • Why it’s important to get your yearly screenings
  • What to do if you don’t have insurance

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Episode 24: A Look Ahead…

In this episode, I’m sharing with you my thoughts on turning 40 and how I’m choosing to look ahead rather than behind.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • Scheduling your mammogram
  • Taking care of your skin
  • Why I feel therapy is important
  • Saving for retirement
  • My newest adventure

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Episode 23: My Barbershop Journey

In this episode, I’m introducing you to my experience with barbershop music.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • Where it all started
  • What it means to compete in a chorus or quartet
  • How I ended up in Kansas City with Vocal Standard

Resources:

Vocal Standard Chorus
Vocal Standard on FB

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Episode 22: Final Thoughts on Leadership

In today’s episode, I’m wrapping up my short series on leadership and leaving you with my final thoughts.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • How to stop helping
  • Why rubrics kill creativity
  • Key takeaways from the series

 

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Episode 21: How to Become a Mentor with Sheri Hart

This week my good friend, Sheri Hart is back for round two. Sheri is an Associate Connections Director in Performance Content at VMLY&R.


VMLY&R is a global brand experience agency made up of nearly 7,000 employees worldwide, with one of its principal offices in Kansas City. 

Today, Sheri is going to tell us all about how to become a mentor to someone else.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • Tools you should have in your mentor toolbox
  • Open-ended conversations starters
  • The importance of understanding the personality quirks of your mentee

 

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Sheri on LinkedIn

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Episode 20: Finding a Mentor

This week I’m interviewing my good friend, Sheri Hart. Sheri is an Associate Connections Director in Performance Content at VMLY&R.

VMLY&R is a global brand experience agency made up of nearly 7,000 employees worldwide, with one of its principal offices located in Kansas City.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • What is a mentor?
  • Why you should have a mentor
  • How to find just the right person who will help you achieve your goals

 

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Sheri on LinkedIn

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Episode 19: Lunchmeat & Life Lessons – A Story About Customer Service

This week I’m sharing with you the story about customer service from the book, Lunchmeat & Life Lessons: Sharing A Butcher’s Wisdom.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • How to leave a lasting impression
  • Why you should own your mistakes
  • Honesty is the best policy

 

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Lunchmeat & Life Lessons by Mary B. Lucas

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Episode 18: Toxic Work Relationships

In this episode, I’m sharing with you the story of the sex-crazed cardinal that wouldn’t leave our backyard and how her story is like toxic work relationships I’m sure you’ve experienced.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • Why you don’t mess with female Northern Cardinals during mating season
  • How fear can motivate workplace behaviors
  • What to do if you’re in a toxic relationship at work

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Episode 17: Enneagram Types 5-9

This week I’m continuing on with the Enneagram types 5-9.  The cool part about the Enneagram is that it teaches you all about your personality as well as how other people think and feel.  In my opinion, the Enneagram is one of the most comprehensive personality inventories out there and if you’ve never heard of it, I’m breaking it down for you.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • Enneagram Types 5-9
  • The basic fear and desire of each type
  • How to effectively communicate with each type

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