Life is not what happens to us, but how we react to it. You may have heard this before, but in it’s true essence, when you place gratitude first in your reactions, the paradigm shifts. This Blog Talk Radio show takes a look back at 2010 as some of our past guests return to share their perspectives on gratitude.
Billie Frances, founder of Employee Wellness Coaching and Guiding Mindful Change, shares how to be an effective change agent in your personal and professional life. Billie’s journey is grounded in her experience as a licensed therapist, certified coach and a spiritual counselor. Her vision is to create a network of Mindful Change Coaches who would positively impact the lives of thousands.
Mike Slover & The Campbell LineMike Slover, V.P. of Marketing for Campbell Cameras & The Campbell Outdoor Challenge, LOVES his job! Campbell Cameras is a camera store that’s fundamental selling proposition is selling video camera & equipment to the outdoorsman, specifically hunter & fishermen. Campbell Cameras has DOUBLED in sales growth the last two years and services clients all over the USA. Mike shares his insights, experiences, tips, and birds-eye view for successful marketing strategies.
Rhonda Hess is a genius at helping entrepreneurs choose a niche that will go the distance so they can to market less, coach more and blow the lid off their income. She is the founder of Prosperous Coach, showing coaches how to craft fun marketing systems that run in the background so they can enjoy the freedom and creativity of an entrepreneurial lifestyle.
“Little Egypt”, is the beautiful Illinois region that is geographically, culturally, and economically very different from the rest of the state. Jeff Doherty is Executive Director for the Jackson Growth Alliance, a cooperative effort between government, university and business leaders in Jackson County, Illinois, to promote and encourage economic and community development. Jeff shares the strategies, planning process, and the exciting success stories that underscore a resilient business and industrial environment, and stimulates growth in Jackson County, Illinois.