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Krystle joins Kim on the podcast to talk about the power of your story and how you can use it to build your business. When you are authentic and share who you are and what you have been through it creates a connection with potential clients and customers.
Krystle Dookoo’s passion is helping others reach their goals. Since she was a little girl, her dream was to always be in a field where she can be of service to others. As the years went by, it’s safe to say she is living that passion every day.
With over 13 years of experience in the Higher education industry – Krystle derives joy from helping students enroll in their degree program of choice. Helping them achieve their educational goals by guiding them through the college application process is something Krystle hopes to continue doing. Her belief in education and helping students bridge that gap is something that is dear to her.
In addition to working with students, Krystle also maintains a social media marketing business. She started her company, Imagerie Mentors, four and half years ago as a way to help entrepreneurs and small business owners build and maintain an online presence while sharing their business and their passion with their targeted audience.
Krystle believes in community building and creating a space where people can come together and connect with one another. The goal is to encourage support and to bring together entrepreneurs and professionals alike. Her belief is, the more we support one another, the stronger we become.
Krystle is currently working on her book. It’s a memoir focusing on themes such as a parent’s sacrificial love, grief, depression and finding your purpose.
If you have ever wondered how to use video to increase your business then you don’t want to miss this episode with Geoff Anderson
Benjamin joins Kim on the show to talk about creative writing basics for entrepreneurs and how content done right can make a great impression on a potential client, customer or referral partner.
What a journey it has been. When Kim started the podcast last year, she never thought that she would hit 100 episodes and now here it is.
Kim and Juanita share with the audience about the power of podcasting and how it has helped grown RTI Publishing and can help you as well. They reminisce about the first 99 episodes and talk about some of the great points in the journey.
Dr. George (as he is affectionately know as) joins Kim on the show to talk about natural ways to keep yourself healthier and your immune stronger during these trying times.
Kim shares a special message celebrating Canada’s Birthday and the Independence Day in the U.S. Both countries were founded on the principals of freedom and when freedom reigns lives are changed.
Claudia shares her story of going from a burnout full-time mom, caregiver, driver and counsellor of an extremely autistic teenager to an unstoppable Mom who does all those things and is an entrepreneur and marathon runner on top of that.
Kim shares wonderful training that Krystle did on using LinkedIn at her Online Network & Learn Summit in May.
Welcome to the Writer’s Workshop. Every month Co-Host Juanita Wootton-Radko shares on tools and tips to make your content excellent. In this episode, she talks about the Track Changes feature in Microsoft Word and how it makes the editing process faster.
Brian Sexton, the host of The Intentional Encourager podcast, joins Kim on this episode to talk about how to make strong connections because #PeopleBuyFromPeople.