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Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life (#MWML), is the show that empower you to redefine the life you want and live your best life now! Hosted by Francine Beleyi, founder of nucleus of change. Join me and my guests weekly for an inspiring and thought-provoking show

April 14, 2022

Takeaway 8 S8: The Great Resignation – Creating a Great Employee Experience

Today is the takeaway 8, the final one of season 8 on the Great Re-evaluation which is: we need to create a good employee experience to retain talents in organisations.

in episode 92, Jennifer Webb de Comarmond, entrepreneur & HR professional shares how organisations need to become human-centric before being profit-centric and how a good employee experience should be at least equal to customer experience.

April 13, 2022

Takeaway 7 S8 – The Great Resignation - Break the Cycle and Start Over

The takeaway 7 of season 8, the Great Re-evaluation, is to Break this cycle, step away and start over.

in episode 91, Meredith Keith-Chirch, founder of Decolonizing Your Health, shares how she couldn’t keep up working in the corporate world and quit. She thinks that the energy we show up with affects everyone at work including clients – So we've got to break this cycle.

April 13, 2022

Takeaway 6 S8 – The Great Resignation - The End of an Era

The takeaway 6 of the season 8 Great Re-evaluation is that an era is coming to the end.

in episode 89, Manish Bundhun, Corporate monk and Chief HR Executive at Rogers Group, sees the Great Resignation as a cycle where an era is coming to an end and a new one is starting.

April 12, 2022

Takeaway 5 S8 – The Great Resignation - Prioritising our Health and Wellbeing

The takeaway 5 of the season 8 Great Re-evaluation is that we need to prioritise our health and wellbeing.

In episode 90, Carlotta Tate-Olason, an Expat therapist and Anti-Ageing Mentor, talks about the psychological, mental and emotional tolls of the pandemic. It’s now time to take our health and well-being seriously both in our life and at work to live a youthful life.
• Listen to episode 90 https://www.francinebeleyi.com/90-how-to-increase-your-quality-of-life-reverse-ageing-with-carlotta-tate-olason/
• For all the other episodes and show notes go to https://www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast/ 

April 11, 2022

Takeaway 4 S8 – The Great Resignation - Knowing What You Want For Your Life

The takeaway 4 of the season 8 Great Re-evaluation is to Know what you want for your life

in episode 88, Susan Popoola, a qualified Human Resources professional shares the key questions that people who are quitting their jobs need to answer for themselves to ensure their fit with their next organisation.

April 8, 2022

Takeaway 3 S8 – The Great Resignation - Having Emergency Savings to Take Bold Decisions

The takeaway 3 of the season 8 great- re-evaluation is that: Having emergency savings helps you to take bold decisions

in episode 94, Caitriona Ellis, a Financial Wellness expert and qualified financial advisor, talked about the financial impact of the great resignation on those who have quit and joined the great resignation and those who may want to leave a job they hate but are still hesitant.

April 6, 2022

Takeaway 2 S8 - The Great Resignation - People Are No Longer Willing to Put Up

The takeaway 2 of the great re-evaluation season 8 is that: People are no longer willing to put up.

In episode 87, Akhtar Badshah, Founder and Chief Catalyst at the Catalytic Innovators Group and author of the book Purpose-mindset explain that the management chain is broken, and people are no longer willing to put up with bad management and are voting with their feet.

April 4, 2022

Takeaway 1 S8 – The great resignation: A build-up of many years of bad practices

I had great conversations with my guests in this season 8, focussed on the great re-evaluation where we discussed their perspective on the great resignation that saw a massive exodus of employees out of their jobs during the covid 19 pandemic. 

I thought I’d select the takeaways from our conversations in these short extracts. Of course, you can listen or listen again to the full episodes to get the full interviews.

We’ve explored many angles and the implications of the great resignation: from purpose to finding clarity, to financial well-being and health wellbeing, the end of a system and the need to reinvent a more empowering one where people can go to work and expect to have a great experience.

The takeaway 1 is that this phenomenon of great resignation is a build-up of many years of bad practices. 

in episode 93, Nicole Townsend, founder of experience counts shares why she thinks that the pandemic was the perfect catalyst for employees who already felt burned out to quit and start their own venture.

March 22, 2022

#94 Can Money Buy You Freedom with Caitriona Ellis

When the pain of staying in a job you hate becomes greater than the paycheck that you’ll lose, the decision can be quick to get out of there.

That’s where many people find themselves when to quit their job to join the great resignation. Beyond the obvious financial consequences, how can you best prepare when faced with this choice?

My guest Caitriona Ellis, a Financial Wellness expert and qualified financial advisor, has many practical insights and personal stories to share.

She works with women who want to empower themselves and increase their financial literacy to create the lives they desire and never make decisions based on money.

She went from financial desperation to financial wellness and is passionate about empowering women to increase their financial literacy. 

 

In this conversation, we talked about 

  • How going through a divorce during the pandemic was a significant and emotional experience and how Caitriona realised the big financial piece that was missing when she thought she had a good financial foundation  
  • The framework she now uses with 5 Clues to Financial Wellness Success to help women become financially savvy.  
  • What to do if you have taken the plunge and quit your job? What might you need to consider for your next steps?

Caitriona is creating a movement to spread financial wellness love far and wide.

Find out more about this episode and the resources mentioned at www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast.

March 14, 2022

#93 Work Hard and Be Nice to People with Nicole Townsend

After two years of the pandemic that shook the core of who we are, we are yearning to connect to good simple values that make us human. So, when I spotted this post on LinkedIn, I couldn’t resist liking it and commenting.

Little did I know that this post was going viral with 2.5 million views and 30,000+ people reacting to it.

I invited her to talk about the key lessons she’s learnt from that post and share her journey as an HR professional and her perspective on the great resignation.

In today's episode 93 of the Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am delighted to talk to Nicole Townsend, the founder of experience counts. She works with companies and leaders to support their employee experience. Right from the moment someone wants to join the company, through the recruitment process and then developing and growing them, helping them navigate change, and even through their exit.

The reporter turned Marketing/HR professional has developed an acute understanding that employees are just as crucial to a company as the customers, if not more. She believes that it’s important to understand employees’ experiences at every point to encourage them to do their best and connect to the purpose. Why? When people feel empowered, they give their all, which lead to positive business results.

In our conversation, Nicole shared how she was laid off then started her business successfully in the middle of the pandemic and the critical secrets behind employees' loyalty and satisfaction at work.

Find out more about this episode and the resources mentioned at www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast.

March 9, 2022

#92 Connecting People to their Purpose with Jennifer Webb de Comarmond

  • Have you ever wondered why people-centric organisations are also high performing organisations?
  • Do you ask yourself how organisations can move from a repressive command-and-control style and build trust with employees, especially after the great resignation?
  • Do you think that it's high time that employee experience becomes a key priority for organisations, as is customer experience at least or even higher?

In today's episode 92 of the Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, my guest is Jennifer Webb de Comarmond. She is an entrepreneur passionate about HR, the future of work, and helping businesses grow through their only asset: people. Her company, Proactive Talent Solutions, is the leading recruitment company in Mauritius.

In our conversation, Jennifer explained why it's hard for organisations to attract and retain high performers and shared the simple 5-step framework that has worked for her organisation and the clients she helped.

She believes that a good job can transform a person and that the right person can transform a business.

Find out more about this episode and the resources mentioned at www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast.

March 1, 2022

#91 Be Your Own Authority with Meredith Keith-Chirch

Have you ever wanted to do something in a certain way but was told by experts why you shouldn’t do it that way only to find out later you were right in the first place?

We often have a gut feeling to move in a certain way, but we don't trust our intuition.

How do you find your power to make bold and empowering choices for yourself even when they don’t sound logical or rational to others? 

In today's episode 91 of the Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, my guest is Meredith Keith-Chirch, who helps high-achieving perfectionists take care of themselves and do their soul's work that brings them joy. She is the founder of Decolonizing Your Health.

Meredith explained how she escaped a job she hates to do what she loves. She follows a minimalistic lifestyle, makes unconventional choices by raising kids outside the school system and lives car-free.

Find out more about this episode and the resources mentioned at www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast.

February 22, 2022

#90 How to Increase Your Quality of Life & Reverse Ageing with Carlotta Tate-Olason

Do you wish that you could reverse ageing and look 10 or 20 years younger?

Well, this may be closer to your reach than you think.

In today's episode 90 of the Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, my guest is Carlotta Tate-Olason, an Expat therapist and Anti-Ageing Mentor. She works with a ground-breaking model of "Reverse Ageing" to turn back the biological clock.

Carlotta is also the founder & editor of Erlendur Magazine, the 1st Digital English Magazine in Iceland showcasing Expats.

She reveals how she battled dyslexia and learnt to be resilient and resourceful as an Expat from Jamaica living in Europe. She also shares a powerful framework to improve our overall well-being and the importance of understanding cultural diversity. 

Find out more about this episode and the resources mentioned at www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast.

 

February 8, 2022

#89 Finding Your Path After a Life-Changing Event with Manish Bundhun

In today’s episode 89 of the Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I have the pleasure to talk with

Manish Bundhun. He calls himself a Corporate Monk and wears multiple hats as Chief HR Executive at Rogers Group, Executive Coach, Published Author, Trainer and Speaker.

Manish is on a mission to make the world a better place to work by creating an enabling environment where people can grow, perform & thrive.

He shares how overcoming personal adversity at 19 changed his perspective on life and led him to seek purpose and meaningful impact early in life.

We talked about his insights and learnings about the great resignation both as an HR executive and from a poll conducted on LinkedIn and how companies can redefine their relationship with employees to develop, engage and retain talent.

Find out more about this episode and the resources mentioned at www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast.

February 1, 2022

#88 What Is the Value of Women at Work with Susan Popoola

“My purpose is to help individuals recognise and realise the value that they bring and to help people to see that in others as well." Susan Popoola

In today’s episode 88 of the Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast I have the pleasure to talk with Susan Popoola.

Susan is a qualified Human Resources professional and coach specialising in Transformation, Talent Management and Engagement.

She calls herself a Human Value Optimisation Specialist. She focuses on fully optimising the value that people bring to benefit the individual and the people around them. She is developing a Mosaic World where everyone is fully appreciated and valued. Susan is also a speaker and the author of 3 books.  

Susan shares interesting findings on why the gender pay gap subsists in many areas despite all the programs to remediate these discrepancies.

Find out more about this episode and the resources mentioned at www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast.

January 24, 2022

#87 Go Make the Change You Want with Akhtar Badshah

“Every single individual has a purpose in life, and it is important that we get people to understand how you discover that and articulate it”. Akhtar Badshah

In today’s episode 87 of the Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast I am excited to welcome Akhtar Badshah, Founder and Chief Catalyst at the Catalytic Innovators Group. Akhtar is the author of the book Purpose Mindset: How Microsoft Inspires Its Employees & Alumni to Change the World.

Akhtar explains the process he uses to take people and organisations to discover their purpose and get more meaning in life.

Find out more about this episode and resources mentioned at www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

January 18, 2022

#86 The Great Re-evaluation - Intro season 8

I’m back with the season 8 of Meaningful work, Meaningful life podcast!

How can I ignore the Great Resignation movement that has swept the world of work like a tsunami! Millions of employees are resigning massively from their jobs following the Covid 19 pandemic. And it’s not just the white collars people who can afford to leave their jobs but the essential workers too.

So, this season is all about the Great Re-Evaluation where I am chatting with my guests and sharing my own insights on what to do to take control of your life to do meaningful work and live a meaningful life right now. Not tomorrow.

Find out more about this episode and resources mentioned at www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

November 10, 2020

#85 Your Journey of Wealth Empowerment Starts Here With Alison Brown

Are you a rich woman?

Alison Brown, is a wealth empowerment coach and real estate investor who once felt uncomfortable answering this question. I'm excited to have her on the show today to close the Season 7 of the show.

Alison helps women gain confidence and clarity around wealth, creation and investing, and while being a full time, employee, wife, and mom. She launched a Facebook group and coaching program to grow a business and have more options. She and her husband also run a real estate investing business that went from zero in cash-flowing assets to 5 million in five years while working with their job.

In this conversation, Alison shares why any woman should feel comfortable dealing with money and not delegating it to others.

Alison purpose is to help women realize that they don't need to be intimidated about investing and can learn the ropes.

 

Listen to this thrilling conversation now. For the show notes go to  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

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November 3, 2020

#84 You Are Not Your Debt: Stop Punishing Yourself for Your Past Decisions with Stephanie Bousley

How do you stop punishing yourself for your past financial decisions?

Stephanie is a millennial who once found herself in over $250,000 student loans and then found her way out of it. She is the author of a financial self-help book ‘Buy the Avocado Toast: How to Crush Student Debt, Make More Money, and Live Your Best Life’. She helps the reader find inventive, out of the box way to improve their money and self-worth.

In this conversation, Stephanie opens up about the deep mental effects of student loan debt and how she found her way out as well as other tribulations.

Her mission is to help others find the courage to look at their financial situation honestly and change to live a financially secure and comfortable life.

Listen to this moving conversation now.

For the shownotes go to  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

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October 27, 2020

#83 How Do You Shift Your Mindset That Keeps You Broke with DeShena Woodard

I have the great pleasure to have on this episode, DeShena Woodard. She is a personal finance blogger, debt freedom coach, certified life coach, speaker, and the founder of the Extravagantly Broke website. She encourages women to crush debt and pursue their passions. Her speciality is debt freedom and is passionate about teaching people that there is a better way.

In this conversation, DeShena shares how she hit a pivotal point in her life when she realized having things, she wanted sacrificed choice, opportunity, and freedom. She opens up about her own financial struggles and how it created her life’s path to becoming completely debt free and teaching others how to do the same.

 

Listen to this stirring conversation now. For the show notes go to  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

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October 20, 2020

#82 How to Get to the Root Cause of Your Money Problems with Jane Ysadora

How do you get to the root cause of your money struggles?

I’m excited to have on the show today, Jane Ysadora, a transformational money coach who went from broke single mum to become a financial consultant, making a six-figure income. She helps people to reach the root cause of why they struggle with money and work with their trauma. Then she teaches them what to do with money and how to achieve their money goals. 

In this conversation, Jane shares how she takes a trauma aware approach to help clients find their root cause of their underearning, overspending, chronic debt, and the reason they are stuck in their current financial situations. She has discovered that these problems often spill over into their business and her goal is to help her clients navigate and heal those problems.

 

Listen to this stirring conversation now. For the show notes go to  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

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October 13, 2020

#81 Regaining Financial Control After Trauma with Cherry Tung

How do you bounce back after hardship and trauma to regain financial control?

Today I’m thrilled to have on the show Cherry Tung, a wealth coach. She helps people to build wealth beyond their nine to five with multiple income streams. She still has a full-time job with 16 income streams.

In this conversation, Cherry shares how she realised that her dream 9-5 job with a Big 4 consultancy firm, was not in fact her dream at all.

We discuss how she used her struggles and successes of breaking through the corporate income ceilings to help other employees just like her do the same.

From being homeless and living in her car to building stable and diversified wealth, Cherry’s story will inspire you and bring you hope.

Listen to this stirring conversation now. For the show notes go to  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

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October 6, 2020

#80 How to Avoid Pilling Up Debt for Grad School and Make the Right Choices with Jolene Blackbourn

How are you able to both save money and make the right choices in life?

Well, I am excited to have on the show today Jolene Blackbourn, a senior Attorney who left her job at a Fortune almost-100 company to become a full-time life counselor to pre-law and law students.

She helps them avoid as much debt as possible and make the right choices. She teaches her students how to be able to see where their path may lead & then decide whether or not to embark.

Jolene helps pre-law and law students with their legal journey. She gives them advice regarding saving money, or even just more of the social-emotional aspect of whether being a lawyer is going to fit into what they want out of life.

In this conversation, she shares how she went through her legal career, ended up representing companies, which she thought was totally against everything she had set out to do. Jolene’s purpose is to help people save them costs on their litigation.

 

Listen to this stirring conversation now. For the show notes go to  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

 

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September 29, 2020

#79 Breaking Free From Debt Through Internal Transformation With Ramesha Nicole

How to let go of what is keeping you hostage from experiencing personal wealth?

I am in conversation today with Ramesha Nicole, an international teacher, transformational speaker and coach. She helps high achieving women shift their perspective on what it means to get free from their debt by giving them the tools needed to pay their debt off for real this time.

In this conversation, she shares how her journey to freedom began after overcoming traumatic moments in her childhood.

Ramesha’s purpose is to help people experience true freedom. She believes that debt freedom is not just breaking free from the financial bondage of money, but true freedom is in someone’s mental, emotional and physical state.

 

Listen to this high-spirited conversation with Ramesha. For the show notes go to  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

 

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September 22, 2020

#78 Becoming A Millionaire: A Dream Come True with Rocky Lalvani

I am excited to have on the show today Rocky Lalvani, a multimillionaire who has built wealth the old fashioned way, through an automated system. He helps business owners to make wise financial decisions and ensure that the business is profitable immediately, and everyone gets paid without the need to analyze financial reports.

Rocky helps them to make better decisions on how they spend within their business appropriately by looking at their financials and makes sure that they are profitable. He wants to help people build a strong financial foundation so that they can take care of their families, serve their communities, and do what they love.

In this conversation, he shares how his immigrant parents left their country with $25 in their pocket and how he made his dream come true to be a millionaire. Rocky’s purpose is to help people become wealthy and to keep more of their money. He believes that if we are going to put our time and effort into running any business, we should be rewarded.

 

Listen to this stirring conversation now. For the show notes go to  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

 

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September 15, 2020

#77 The More Money You Have They More You Can Contribute to Support Others with Tina Van Leuven

How do you upgrade your money mindset and realign your soul back to your life and business?

In today's episode 77 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I'm excited to have with me on the show, Tina van Leuven, author of Money and Miracles and co-author of #1 Amazon bestsellers 'Choosing Happiness' and 'Cultivating Joy'. She has overcome self-doubt, fear of rejection and being a people pleaser and now she's helping creative entrepreneurs, healers and coaches to upgrade their money mindset and align their soul back to their life and business.

The show notes of the episode are available at  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

 

Are you a professional, an entrepreneur or an executive who is feeling directionless and aren’t sure what you should be doing next in your career or in your business? Join me in the ‘Discover Your Passion’ 5-day challenge to reset your priorities and reignite your life. For more information and to register go to www.francinebeleyi.com/passionchallenge

September 8, 2020

#76 Why Women of Colour don’t Get VC Money and What to Do Instead with Shireen Jaffer

In today’s episode of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am in conversation with Shireen Jaffa, CEO and founder of EDVO, a venture-backed education technology company to help people think better and learn better.

They have raised 2.9 million and helped over 50,000 people navigate their careers and find meaningful work and have been recognized in Business Insider, Forbes, Fast Company, etc.

She has started her first company, Skillify at 19, and bootstrapped it as a solo woman founder to profitability and implemented it within 220+ high schools and colleges.

Shireen believes that it is important to empower people to think for themselves. In this powerful conversation, she shares her success as well as her tribulations in raising money as a woman of colour. More importantly, she reveals the mindset shift she had to make about money to succeed and why she became an investor herself.

The show notes of the episode are available at  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

 

Are you a professional, an entrepreneur or an executive who is feeling directionless and aren’t sure what you should be doing next in your career or in your business? Join me in the ‘Discover Your Passion’ 5-day challenge to reset your priorities and reignite your life. For more information and to register to the 5-day ‘Discover your passion challenge’ go to www.francinebeleyi.com/passionchallenge . Places are limited. Register today to secure your place.

 

September 1, 2020

#75 You Are the Boss of Your Money. Make It Work for You with Christine Teh

How do you become the boss of your own money?

In this episode 75 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful life podcast, I’m excited to have Christine Teh on the show. She’s a personal finance coach, and she helps working professionals get their finances in order. She quit her job to become a full time personal financial coach. It took her nearly a month to hand over her resignation because she feared she would not be earning enough income to cover her living expenses.

The show notes are available at  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

If you are a purpose-driven entrepreneur looking to position as an authority in your industry, attract your ideal clients and impact the lives of millions globally, apply for a complimentary mini-brand audit call at www.francinebeleyi.com/audit.

 

August 25, 2020

#74 Untapped Strategies to Manage Your Personal Finance and Build Your Wealth with Olubunmi Samuel-Adeyemi

How do you manage your money and build your personal wealth?

 

In today's episode 74 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am in conversation with Olubunmi Samuel-Adeyemi, aka The MoneyTherapist. She helps business and career professionals to manage their money better so that they can build personal wealth.

Olubunmi is the first person with published academic research on Personal Finance in Nigeria. Her company LIMER Personal Finance has reached more than 5,000 people with financial literacy knowledge at all levels.

In this conversation, she shares how she helps business and career professionals to get better at managing their own money and build personal wealth.

Olubunmi purpose is to inspire people to more significant achievements. She believes that everyone can do better, no matter how well you're doing.

 

For the show notes go to  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast

If you are a purpose-driven entrepreneur looking to position as an authority in your industry, attract your ideal clients and impact the lives of millions globally, apply for a complimentary mini-brand audit call at www.francinebeleyi.com/audit.

 

August 18, 2020

#73 Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth with Dr Brad Klontz

How do you view your financial status and your ability to achieve wealth stability?

 

In today's episode 73 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, and the first of Season 7 focusing on Money Mindset and Habits, I am in conversation with Dr. Brad Klontz.

He is a clinical psychologist, founder of Financial Psychology Institute®, and an Associate Professor of Practice in Financial Psychology at Creighton University Heider College of Business. He is the author of 5 books on financial psychology.

Dr Brad Klontz started out as a clinical psychologist and very quickly learned that money is the number one stressor in people’s lives regardless of a current pandemic or market downturn. He has dedicated his career to trying to understand why we are so crazy when it comes to money, why we self-destruct, and why we are programmed to do everything wrong when it comes to money
In this  thought-provoking conversation, you'll discover:

  • The painful and embarrassing associations we make with our money and financial status.
  • How to achieve a healthy relationship with wealth
  • How to adjust our tribal brains and break free from generational conditioning  
  • The mindset of wealthy people
  • Why he is on a mission to heal and help everyone to address their money issues

 

For the show notes go to  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, share it with your friends and leave me a review. 

If you are an entrepreneur with big ideas and a grand vision looking to position as an authority in your industry, attract your ideal clients and impact the lives of millions globally, apply for a complimentary mini-brand audit call at www.francinebeleyi.com/audit.

August 11, 2020

#72 Intro SEASON 7: Money Mindset & Empowering Habits to Live a Meaningful Life

What are the unresolved money-mindset issues that are crippling your life and prevent you from living the life that you want?

Are you afraid of selling or asking for money? Maybe you dread negotiating for what you're worth or asking for a premium price for your services or products. Whatever it is, if you have some unfinished business around money, you will love this upcoming season 7 of the Meaningful Work, Meaningful life podcast.

In this brand-new season, I will be focussing on Money mindset and the habits that prevent us from achieving what we want in life and how to create new empowering habits.

My guests were once in debt of hundreds of thousands of dollars; they battled money mindset issues and worked hard to overcome their money challenges. They now have been able to start successful businesses while still in their 9 to 5 job, get out of debt, become millionaires, built millions of cash-flowing assets from scratch and added up to 16 streams of income whilst working in a job. But rather than keeping their secrets of success to themselves, they are now on a mission to helping others master their inner money game, build their wealth to grow and prosper.

I am bringing you some of the best money-savvy experts for open and honest conversations about money to help you rebuild your money foundation on solid ground. They come from all the corners of the planet from Africa, Europe, America, India, China and Australia.

They will help you uncover your money scripts, get rid of what no longer serves you and learn new empowering habits & strategies to take control of your financial future.

I can’t wait to bring you my ground-breaking conversations of the season 7. So, tune in next Tuesday 18/08 to start bursting all the money myths & limiting beliefs that are holding you back; get super actionable tips to reset your money blueprint and live your best life now.

 

For more information, visit www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, share it with your friends and leave me a review on your favourite podcast app. 

 

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July 22, 2020

#71 You Only Live Once with Thomas Fabbri

#71 You Only Live Once with Thomas Fabbri

Do you believe that you have something to give to the world, but you're afraid to get it out there?

 

In today's episode 71 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am in conversation with Thomas Fabbri, Adventurer. He overcame three divorces, jail, drugs, alcohol, bankruptcy, homelessness, to go on to become a major airline captain, corporate helicopter pilot, author, speaker and fitness guru.

 

In this raw and honest conversation and the last episode of the season 6 you'll discover:

  • The extraordinary journey of Tom from a guy who never went to college but ended up becoming a captain at a major airline and flying with individuals who graduated from prestigious schools 
  • How he got stripped of his happiness as a kid and ended up on a very self-destructive path
  • How he turned things around to come out of the self-destructive path
  • How he struggled with self-esteem, confidence and courage
  • Why forgiveness and love became his two rules when he became a father
  • Why he is passionate to lead the health and wellness movement. 

For more information, visit www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, share it with your friends and leave me a review. 

 

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If you are an entrepreneur with big ideas and a grand vision who struggle to attract your ideal clients and yearning to make an impact in the lives of thousands, apply for a complimentary mini-brand audit call with me at www.francinebeleyi.com/audit.

 

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Website www.tomfabbri.com

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomasfabbri/

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July 14, 2020

#70 Why We Should Stop Listening to the Experts with Megha Bradley (Part 2/2)

"There are a lot of great advice and strategies, but none of the strategies works if you don't go and align with yourself".

Are you feeling that you are becoming confused by what everyone else's thinks that you fail to trust your own authority?

In today's episode 70 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am continuing my conversation with @Megha Bradley, a Business & Life Transformation Strategist. 

In this second part of our thought-provoking conversation, you'll discover:

  • What is the link between shame, unworthiness, and judgment
  • Why shame will cause people to kill each other and how to get rid of it with a powerful forgiveness process
  • How guilt plays out in our lives and how to tune in to what brings us joy instead
  • How to have a peaceful and trustful relationship with money
  • Why it's ok to be ambitious, wealthy, conscious and kind
  • Why we should trust even if we can't see what is ahead

For more information, visit www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, share it with your friends and leave me a review. 

If you are a regular listener of my podcast, I'd love to know more about you and what you like. Please complete a short survey at  https://bit.ly/3iDXdu3 🙏🏼

If you are an entrepreneur with big ideas and a grand vision who struggle to attract your ideal clients and yearning to make an impact in the lives of thousands, apply for a complimentary mini-brand audit call with me at www.francinebeleyi.com/audit.

 

 

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http://www.meghasuccess.com

https://www.facebook.com/MeghaSuccessPage

https://www.linkedin.com/in/meghabradley

https://twitter.com/meghasuccess

July 7, 2020

#69 Stepping in Your True Identity with Megha Bradley (Part 1/2)

"There is a divine plan greater than what I can come up with." Megha Bradley

How Do you Step in Your True Identity and Find the Courage to live your life purpose?

In today's episode 69 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am in conversation with Megha Bradley, a Business & Life Transformation Strategist. She is a veteran entrepreneur and also a spiritual healer and teacher, and she uses this powerful combination to facilitate the healing and "next level" success strategy of ambitious business owners, coaches and healers. 

In this first part of our thought-provoking conversation, you'll discover:

  • How Megha grew up with an abusive childhood and developed unhealthy coping mechanisms. But despite her trauma went on to build a successful business until she had to face her demons
  • The extraordinary circumstances that led her to focus on helping transform generational cycles of abuse and poverty 
  • How she discovered she was black at 32 years old and much more extraordinary tales.

For more information, visit www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, share it with your friends and leave me a review. 

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If you are an entrepreneur with big ideas and a grand vision who struggle to attract your ideal clients and yearning to make an impact in the lives of thousands, apply for a complimentary mini-brand audit call with me at www.francinebeleyi.com/audit.

June 30, 2020

#68 You Can Rewrite Your Story with Amy Lynn Durham

When was the last time you had fun in your workplace and felt fully vibrant and appreciated for who you are and what you bring to the table?

In today's episode 68 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am in conversation with Amy Lynn Durham, Executive Coach & Leadership Development expert. She is the author of the book 'Create Magic At Work’. She uses her skills as a Corporate Mystic to bring Spiritual Intelligence (SQ) and Emotional Intelligence (EQ) to energize and transform the workplace.

In this high-spirited conversation, you'll discover:

  • The 3-step process "Dare to Dream" that helps individuals who may feel burnt out to pursue their life purpose and enjoy their present moment.
  • How to have a healthy work-life integration especially when working from home
  • Why she is passionate to create magic at work by bringing heart and human connection to the workplace.

For more information, visit www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, share it with your friends and leave me a review. 

If you are an entrepreneur with big ideas and a grand vision who struggle to attract your ideal clients and yearning to make an impact in the lives of thousands, apply for a complimentary mini-brand audit call with me at www.francinebeleyi.com/audit.

 

June 23, 2020

#67 There is No Point in Dying if You Never Lived with Dr Wale Akinyemi

Are you struggling to say 'No' to various solicitations to the detriment of what truly matters in your life?

In today's episode 67 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am in conversation with Dr Wale Akinyemi, Chief Transformation Officer at PowerTalks. They help organisations with their leadership development and organisational culture. He is a speaker, author of 18 books, a newspaper columnist, a media personality and a passionate dreamer. 

Wale’s purpose is about transforming Africa one mind at a time. He believes that there is no point in dying if you never lived.

In this spirited conversation, you'll discover:

  • Why saying 'Yes' to our core values help us say 'No' to everything else 
  • How he found clarity when he turned 40
  • The critical life lessons learnt when he lost everything and made him a more compassionate
  • Why there is no difference between his vocation and his vacation
  • Why he is passionate about raising a movement of transformation thinkers.

For more information, visit www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, share it with your friends and leave me a review. 

June 16, 2020

#66 It’s Time to Reignite the Spark in Your life with Andreea Vanacker

How fulfilled are you with your life today on a scale from one to ten? 

In today's episode 66 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am in conversation with Dr Andreea Dutescu Vanacker, CEO at SPARKX5, entrepreneur, keynote, speaker and authorAndreea shares her journey and the key insights of her book 'Vitality: Life and Leadership insights'. 

In this sparkling conversation, you'll discover the 5 vitality areas to thrive in life and business and why Andreea is passionate about creating greater human fulfilment.

For more information, visit www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, share it with your friends and leave me a review. 

If you are an entrepreneur with big ideas and a grand vision who struggle to attract your ideal clients and yearning to make an impact in the lives of millions, apply for a complimentary mini-brand audit call with me at www.francinebeleyi.com/audit.

 

June 8, 2020

#65 Taking a Stand for Others with Nabou Fall

 

Are you struggling to find something useful to contribute to the world right now?

In today's episode 65 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am in conversation with Nabou Fall, CEO of the PR/advertising company Vizeo, co-founder of an incubator for entrepreneurs Impact Hub Abidjan, writer, trainer, and speaker. 

In this conversation, you'll discover why Nabou is passionate about helping African women to find their voices.

You'll also find out:

  • How she learnt that no matter what your failures are you also have qualities  
  • How she struggled with confidence earlier in life and the impact of positive words of teachers
  • Why she thinks that Africa is a fantastic territory of learning and understanding the world at large
  • How she manages different audiences on different platforms and in different languages
  • How she built her brand using blogging and now generates multiple streams of income
  • Why caring about people is what matter the most  

Nabou believes that each of us has a little gift that we can share with the world, and meaningful life is not self-centred, but community focussed.

The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, share it with your friends and leave me a review. 

If you are an entrepreneur with big ideas and a grand vision who struggle to attract your ideal clients and are yearning to make an impact in the lives of thousands, apply for a complimentary mini-brand audit call with me at www.francinebeleyi.com/audit 

June 1, 2020

#64 Unmasking Your Limitations with Kaye Doran

Do you sometimes catch yourself using excuses and avoidance tactics for not moving beyond your comfort zone and achieve your goals?

In today's episode 64 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am in conversation with Kaye Doran, an entrepreneur and women's leadership & life coach. She is devoted & passionate about helping you uncover your next level of personal leadership.

In this conversation, you'll discover why Kaye believes that we all have the Power of Change is in Your Hands. You'll also learn:

  • How having emotionally unavailable parents at a younger age became a gift in her adult life
  • How the worst situations (including the current pandemic with coronavirus) are an opportunity to go deep inside and connect to the gift it offers 
  • What returning in the workforce in her 40s after running her business taught her
  • The process she uses to get people unstuck and create breakthrough
  • Why we sometimes sabotage our life when things are going well

Kaye believes that "You are more deserving than you think' and recommend to honour yourself and follow through!

Listen to this riveting conversation now. The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, share it with your friends and leave me a review. 

If you are an entrepreneur with big ideas and a grand vision who struggle to articulate what you do to your desired clients. Apply to get a complimentary mini-brand audit call with me at www.francinebeleyi.com/audit 

May 19, 2020

#63 Using Your Struggles to Reframe Your Life Story with Bobby Herrera

 

Are you struggling to share the stories that shape your worldview and who you are with the world because you are scared of being judged?

In today's episode 63 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am in conversation with Bobby Herrera, storyteller and author of the book The Gift of Struggle: Life-Changing Lessons. 

Bobby is also a proud Army veteran and the co-founder and CEO of Populus Group. This organisation helps medium to large-sized organisations better manage their non-permanent workforce. At their core, they believe that everyone deserves an opportunity to succeed.

In this conversation, you'll discover the struggles and leadership journey that led Bobby to build a $500+million organisation and a thriving community and how you too can apply some of his lessons to become the leader you want to be, especially in this new post-COVID season. 

Listen to this gripping conversation now. The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.

I have a special complimentary offer for entrepreneurs to 

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May 12, 2020

#62 How to Align Your Purpose to the Marketplace with Heather McGowan

How do you marry your passion for the market needs especially in these unprecedented times? 

In today's episode 62 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am discussing with Heather McGowan, international keynote speaker on the future of work and the future of learning. 

Heather is the co-author of the book The Adaptation Advantage: Let Go, Learn Fast, and Thrive in the Future of Work. This visionary and timely book covers many aspects of personal life and professional life and provides invaluable keys on how to adapt and thrive in this fast-moving and unprecedented COVID19 time.

 In this conversation, Heather explains how to marry our passion and market needs. 

  • How to marry our passion and market needs and what to do if you can't find a job
  • The questions we should stop asking ourselves to grow
  • How to create value when you are pursuing many different interests
  • How to spot opportunities now and how to think about adapting your business model 
  • Why employers should shift the way they recruit their talents and help employees find their purpose

Listen to this fascinating conversation now. The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.

If you are ready to find your edge and position yourself for success and impact, book a call to discuss your goals today at www.francinebeleyi.com/call

May 5, 2020

#61 Step into Your Power with Isabelle Methot 

Have you ever realised that what you've struggled with the most in life is what you need to break through to fulfil your destiny?

In today's episode 61 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am welcoming Isabelle Methot, CEO and founder of Ellipse. She helps francophone entrepreneurs, executives and leaders to break language barriers with the competency and confidence required.

In this conversation, Isabelle explains how what she struggled with the most in life is the exact same skill she is helping her students with now. She also shares:

  • The power of microlearning and consistency to achieve our goals and the two key strategies to accomplish anything 
  • Why progress is preferable to perfection and the hacks she uses to help students to keep motivated 
  • How after reaching an incredibly low point after a divorce and four kids, she decided to start her entrepreneurial journey.
  • How she leverages the online platform to run her business in a flexible way 
  • She also explains the process and strategies she had to go through to be able to charge for what she's worth 
  • Why she had to give up her childhood dream of becoming an athlete and accidentally became a teacher 

Isabelle is passionate about girl power recognising that women have a lot to bring to the table, and staying in the shadow isn't going to help anybody. 

Listen to this heart-warming conversation now. The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.

If you are ready to find your edge and position yourself for success and impact, book a call to discuss your goals today at www.francinebeleyi.com/call

April 28, 2020

#60 What You See and Perceive Can Change the World with Janie Duquette

Have you ever felt strongly about an idea or an opinion but failed to share your vision with the world?

In today's episode 60 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I am welcoming Janie Duquette, a former lawyer, ex artist manager and now the founder of the Academy of Women's Power. She is also a Gender Equity expert, author and speaker and the founder of Group Alma ma terre, a group of business ventures and projects that aim to support and develop feminine leadership and empower women.

In this enlightened conversation, Janie explains why sharing our feeling, and our perspective is the most powerful thing we can do. She also shares:

  • How early struggles in life helped her to overcome her obstacles as a young female executive and as an entrepreneur 
  • How her hardship inspired her to reach out to other women to encourage each other and later turn her insights into a book   
  • Why she is passionate about helping women doing more business rather than offering service for free and why they need to learn to ask for money
  • How she leverages partnerships to run her different businesses 
  • How she leverages online to support more women in corporate and impact in their lives

Janie is passionate about supporting women in diversity and turning women into rock stars. 

Listen to this insightful conversation now. The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.

If you are ready to find your edge and position yourself for success and impact, book a call to discuss your goals today at www.francinebeleyi.com/call

April 21, 2020

#59 Redefining the Relationship with Yourself, Others and Mother Earth with Nicola Lucie 

Have you ever wondered what life could look like if only you could clear the wounding, the trauma and the suffering in your life and claim your hidden gifts?

In today's episode 59 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I have the great pleasure to discuss with Nicola Lucie, Shamanic Practitioner & Shadow Work Coach and founder of the Feminine Principle. She supports women to unlock the unseen, hidden magic held in their unconscious to live an embodied and enriched life full of purpose, possibility and wonder.

I had experienced Nicolas' work firsthand when she took me through her process to understand the root of some of my triggers and to be in a place of power to better respond to them. In this spirited conversation, Nicola explains: 

  • Why she decided to swap her corporate life for a more spiritual path
  • Why it's important to understand our shadow and the unconscious aspect of ourselves
  • How our emotional triggers affect our lives and how to track them and take full control of our reactions 
  • What is the Feminine Principle and how redefining relationship with ourselves underpins our relationship with others and ultimately with mother earth 
  • How the online enable more women to come together to work in a community rather than struggling alone 
  • Why she is so passionate about empowering women and girls, to step into their shadow work and do this fundamental work

If you are ready to find your edge and position yourself for success and impact, book a call to discuss your goals today at www.francinebeleyi.com/call

Listen to this soulful conversation to understand how to go within and trust yourself from a place of power. The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.

April 14, 2020

#58 Uncover the Hidden Secrets Behind Online Mega Launches with Tom Morkes

Have you ever wondered what really goes behind mega online launches and why yours don’t get the same results?

In today's episode 58 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life podcast, I have the great pleasure to discuss with Tom Morkes, one of the brilliant minds behind some of the most successful and profitable marketing and sales campaigns in the past decade. Tom has helped more than 100 brands and businesses grow their traffic, leads, and sales using his Launch to Profit Methodology.

Some of the campaigns he managed include a record-setting Kickstarter campaign that generated almost half a million US dollars in 33 days. He also ran book launches that have landed his authors on the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestseller lists and much more. 

Tom is also a past mentor of mine who encouraged me to start this podcast back in 2018. In this value-packed conversation, we discuss: 

  • The importance of playing the long game in a world of immediate gratification 
  • Some of the common myths that people believe about online marketing 
  • Why it's unwise to compare our results to other influencers and the real truth behind influencer marketing 
  • How to be savvy with social media to benefit you rather than becoming a distraction 
  • How he joined the US Army and finally left the military career to become a marketer 
  • What he learnt from running successful campaigns and the critical success factors 
  • His journey experimenting and travelling the world before he found success 
  • The power of small beginnings and just getting the ball rolling and be useful to someone 
  • The two questions you should be thinking about to serve clients with integrity
  • Why he believes that any connected device should come with a warning
  • The 2 significant benefits of launches versus just doing ongoing promotions 
  • Why he is passionate to lead the self-directed movement 
  • And much more

If you are ready to position yourself for success in this fast-moving world, have more meaning, more money and lead a movement to change the world, book a call with me to discuss your objectives at www.francinebeleyi.com/call

 Listen to this value-packed conversation to understand the secrets of online marketing and how to focus on what will make you successful.

The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.

 

April 7, 2020

#57 Why You Should Follow Your Personalised Path to Health with Jo Formosa

I’ve recorded this conversation with Jo Formosa, a renowned Ayurvedic practitioner and the founder of  Health Dynamics before the coronavirus pandemic. But this conversation sounds like a prophetic one as we find ourselves confined and forced to work from home and to pay special attention to our health.

Jo’s passion is to help people live in excellent health every day. Health Dynamics is a personalised path to health that match Wealth Dynamics profile to your body type and revolutionise your approach to health and wellness by empowering you to achieve new levels of well-being and success in your business. She has helped thousands of people around the world lead a more vibrant and healthy life.

In this episode 57, the first of the Season 6 of Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life focussed on leveraging the online world, we talk about how she moved a very traditional offline model like a health practice online and the transformational results of the group programs that she is running. Although they're group programs, everybody follows a personalised health program based on their body type and learn how to boost their immunity.

The next 28-Day Health Dynamics Immune Booster Detox Online Program is on April 13.  If you are looking for a personalised path to your health, with the help of a supportive community of people, check it out.

Now, let’s dive in into one of the most fascinating conversations of this show. 

The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, share it with your friends and leave me a review.

April 5, 2020

#56 Season 6: How to Leverage the Online World to Make a Bigger Impact

I am excited to let you know that the Season 6 of MWML podcast starts next Tuesday with amazing guests, very practical conversations and ideas to do meaningful work and live a meaningful life.

This season focus fits the tough time we are living in as my brand-new guests share their expertise and how they are leveraging the online world to make a bigger impact in other people’s life.

Some of the guests featuring in this new Season 6 are:

  • Jo Formosa, the creator of Health dynamics, the world's leading programme based on Ayurveda medicine, an ancient science to understand how your body works and how you can take charge of your health and boost your immune system. She reveals how she’s been able to move online a practice that traditionally was done offline and is now impacting thousands of people across the world
  • You’ll also hear about Tom Morkes, one of the brilliant minds behind some of the most successful and profitable marketing and sales campaigns in the past decade; including a record-setting Kickstarter campaign that generated almost half a million US dollars in 33 days
  • Nicola Lucie, a Shamanic Practitioner & Shadow Work Coach who support women to unlock the unseen hidden magic held in their unconscious to live an embodied and enriched life full of purpose, possibility and wonder. We will talk about triggers. Understanding what can trigger you in this difficult time when you are living close with someone is important. 
  • Isabelle Methot, CEO and founder of Ellipse who helps entrepreneurs, professionals and managers to understand and better master the subtleties of the English language and Anglo-Saxon culture to improve their competitiveness and professionalism in the English-speaking business world. She will share how she is able to make an impact beyond her own imagination
  • Janie Duquette, a former lawyer and then artist manager is now the founder of the Academy of Women's Power and the founder of Group Alma ma Terre, a group of business ventures and projects that aim to support and develop feminine leadership. She shares how women should stop asking for services and boost their selling skills
  • and much more

The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, share it with your friends and leave me a review.

If you are ready to discover how to develop your unique value and become a leading voice in your industry in today’s fast-moving marketplace, make more money and a bigger impact,  book a call with me to discuss your objectives at www.francinebeleyi.com/call

Tune in next Tuesday to hear from Jo Formosa who is opening the Season 6 to understand how to take care of your health and boost your immunity.

March 24, 2020

#55 How to Follow the Flow of Energy to Achieve Your Goals in Tough Times

Do you sometimes feel that no matter what you try, you are still stuck in inertia and can't get anything moving? 

Welcome to this new episode of MWML podcast. Last week I explained how to make sense of the situation we are all finding ourselves in with the Coronavirus and understand the 5 stages of change to get prepared to what is coming ahead.

In today's episode, I am bringing you some practical ways to manage your time by adopting the rhythm of nature to achieve your goals with less resistance.

During this time where we are all confined at home, it's going to be very important to stay motivated during the long waiting phase and have some rhythm to remain productive.

Even before this lockdown, we have all experienced times when nothing seemed to be moving as we wanted. The more we tried hard and continued doing more of what we did to get out of the inertia, the more we dug deeper and couldn't find a way to get out of this apathy.

It turns out that understanding how energy works and how flow happens can help us tremendously to get unstuck and start moving things again.

In this episode, I cover the 5 types of energies available, how to use them to experience flow in our life, and how to apply the same principles in our daily life to boost our productivity. 

If you are ready to make the best possible of this long waiting time and create your online presence with digital assets that make money, get in touch at www.francinebeleyi.com/call

The season 6 of the show is coming next time with amazing guests and a focus on how to make the most of the online work. You'll learn how health experts, online marketing gurus, educators, business people, psychologists and more are making the most of the online world to have a more significant impact.

March 20, 2020

#54 How to Stay Focus and Productive During Tough Times

“Often, it is when things have reached their very worst, that the germ of an idea or an insight occurs. Now is the time to do something .” Francine Beleyi 

I’ve switched the content of today’s episode in the wake of the unprecedented situation we find ourselves in with the coronavirus to talk about How we can Stay Focus and Productive During Tough Times. 

I know this is not going to be easy either for you nor for me. But we’ve got some tools and techniques to help us deal with this situation better. 

In this episode, you will learn about:

  • How to understand the internal process of change with the 5-stage of Dr Kubler Russ and how to apply these principles in your current situation 
  • Some of the examples used during the economic recession of 2008 
  • The 5-stages to stay productive and support during tough times and some ways to apply these steps 

If you are ready to make the best possible of this situation and create your online presence and digital assets, get in touch at francinebeleyi.com/call

Next time I will talk about how to develop a rhythm of flow in your weekly and daily life to get things done faster and with less resistance. 

Listen to this episode to find hope and courage to keep motivated in this challenging time.

 

The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.

If you are looking to boost your visibility online and make the most of this unique circumstance to find your unique position in today’s fast-changing marketplace, there are two fast ways for you to do so:

  1. Buy my bookPersonal branding in the digital age: how to become a known expert, thrive and make a difference in the connected world – it’s available on Amazon, iTunes, Audible as eBook, audiobook and paperback. 
  2.  Book a strategy call with me to clarify your objectives & achieve them fasterat www.francinebeleyi.com/call
March 3, 2020

#53 From Dream to Action with Your Mission Statement

I am excited to share today’s message because I think this is one of the missing pieces when it comes to translating our dream into action and what is preventing most people from living the life they want finally.

We may hear the importance of dreams but don’t get the other part of the equation to make our vision happen. To be able to Act, we have to bring focus into what we are here to do, i.e. find a way to help us going in the right direction.

This is what A Mission Statement can help us do and the topic of this episode. How do we create a personal mission statement for our dream? Why is that important?

Listen to this episode to discover the 5-part process that I use for myself and for my clients to create a clear roadmap to achieve your dream. This step by step method is extracted from the Pillar #1 Know Yourself of the 7 Pillars of the YEANICCTMframework in my book Personal Branding in the digital age. It is the foundation to build an Influential Personal brand.

The show notes are available www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast. If you love this episode, leave me a review and share it with your friends.

If you are looking to boost your visibility in 2020 and find your unique position in today’s innovative marketplace, there are two fast ways for you to do so:

  1. Buy my book Personal branding in the digital age: how to become a known expert, thrive and make a difference in the connected world – it’s available on Amazon, iTunes, Audible as eBook, audiobook and paperback. 
  2.  Book a strategy call with me to clarify your objectives & achieve them faster at www.francinebeleyi.com/call