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Carol joins Kim on the podcast for her second of two episodes where she teaches how tacking, the art of celebration and empowering questions can create an explosion in your business.
Carol Boston is the CEO of CB Accelerators. She is also an ex-collegiate & professional tennis play, Business Growth Strategist, Leadership Coach and Award-Winning Speaker who has spoken at Keiser University, American Express, and the Women’s Executive Club.
If you would like to a free consultation with Carol to help you in your business please email her at email@example.com
Amber joins Kim to talk about the B.O.L.D. Method and she has used it overcome some hard obstacles in her life including losing her sight.
Kim and Juanita share about the different ways that you can use your book to build your business and you will be surprised at the ideas they have.
Being an entrepreneur right now is hard. More than ever you need to be seen and recognized as the Authority in your niche. Kim shares with you the starting steps on this episode.
One of the most unselfish things you can do in life is to take care of yourself cause when you do, then you can take care of others. Karen joins Kim on the podcast to share simple things you can do to take care of you both mentally and physically.
Tina joins the show to talk about how to take the things from the past that are holding you back and rewrite how they affect your life right now into something powerful.
Christina Encarnacion is a wife, mother, Inspirational Speaker, Transformation Coach, and Teacher who has a passion for life and overcoming obstacles. She was diagnosed with an incurable illness and after multiple surgeries, took her life into her own hands and has survived over 10 years past the time the doctors predicted for her.
Kim shares her personal story of how 2019 was a difficult year in her business where it felt like it went flat and what she did to revive it and is now growing it during a very difficult and trying time for most entrepreneurs.
Ra’eesa and Ali Baksh, an amazing entrepreneurial sister and brother team join Kim on the podcast to talk about what it is like to be teenagers and entrepreneurs. They share timely advice and also how you can be an APSOW (Awesome People Shaping Our World.)
The world has changed and how you network has as well. Or has it? Mia joins Kim on the podcast to share how to network authentically whether in person or online.
Andy and Mia Torr specialize in helping sales teams and service professionals who want to develop a strong base of local clients and convert more casual conversations into business connections.
Co-Host Juanita and Kim continue their conversation on what it takes to have an International Best-Seller and that is marketing. They will share what book marketing is and the basics of a book launch.
Kim did not write for many years after a teacher told her that, “She was no good at writing and should stop.” Then, she came to a crossroads and chose to let those painful words go. She set her words free and since then, has gone on to author five books, with two more on the way.
Dee joins Kim on the podcast to talk about social media and how entrepreneurs can still use it during these trying times to grow their business.
Dee Boswell-Buck always had a passion for entrepreneurship. In 2001 she launched her first business DeeBozzz Silks where she hand painted silk scarves and sold them in popular artisan shows in Ontario. She expanded her side-hustle online before social media and by 2008 had her work sold in over 100 gift shops in North America.