Loura and Stephen explore whether your passion should or should not become your profession. They unpack some of their beliefs about being creative or artistic and how Carlos’ advice of taking one small step a day towards your goals has helped them in building businesses and reaching their goals.
An accomplished singer and songwriter, Carlos Ricketts Jr. has been on stage with some of world’s most famous artists. He has turned his passion into a profession and explains how he uses not only his talent but his connections, inner strength and mentors to achieve his dreams. We explore what it takes to be creative and embrace the artist side of ourselves including how to deal with the imposter syndrome and the importance of taking just one step a day!
Loura and Stephen explore whether your passion should be your profession and the importance of addressing your ego and its need for validation. They share how they both put Mike Brcic’s advice about knowing what you want from your company to work in using their companies for what makes them fulfilled and happy.
This is an episode that covers it all from a man that’s seen it all! Mike Brcic shares his thoughts on scaling your life so you can scale your business. He talks about how we are all hard wired for connection and how isolation, depression, and lack of vulnerability can prevent us getting what we need. We explore how personal growth isn’t just individual work and where community is necessary.
Loura and Stephen start by connecting the dots between the wisdom that Sherry Walling shared and their other guests related to emotional safety, trauma and vulnerability. They explore how they have both sought joy and meaning and where it is bringing them to both personally and professionally.
Learn the role of the past, present and future in finding joy and meaning in your life. Sherry Walling talks about how we deal with grief, vulnerability and expectations impacts our emotional safety and why that is critical to humans. She also shares techniques that helped her change careers after years of success in something that wasn’t fulfilling.