Jemimah Ashleigh is one of Australiaâ€™s leading entrepreneurs. Having built three successful businesses from scratch, she is a highly sought-after business consultant, mentor, speaker and bestselling author of her book Position Me. Jemimah also hosted the #2 business podcast in Australia. Jemimah now works exclusively with businesses to help position them as the â€˜go-toâ€™ expert in their field. Using their expertise, Jemimah focuses on branding, mindset, market positioning, digital marketing to build profiles and more. This winning combination sets business owners up to excel in their businesses in less time and with greater efficiency. She has been named one of Australiaâ€™s Top 10 Female Entrepreneurs and Woman to Watch in 2018 and we have her here today.
In this episode, Miro gets back to reality and acknowledges the fact that positivity all the time, isn't real. Times get tough, things aren't always so bright and shiny, and people sometimes choose to downplay how hard things are in real life. This is a short one this week, but a good one.
In this episode, Miro talks with Yogi Chris Chris travels the world as a yogi, teaching and practicing internationally. He specializes in the applied anatomy of physiology of yoga practices and infuses his training as a linguist and a doctor of engineering to teach his clients and friends. Chris is known for his hustle and intelligent conversation. He enjoys barefoot walks and vegan ice cream. With over 600 videos on YouTube, catch his best content at http://www.9thlimb.com
In this episode, Miro talks with Amanda Bayerle, Co-Founder of The Billion Dollar Body, a men's empowerment and fitness movement that helps men to become the best that they can be in life and business. Amanda is an international speaker, she is the Co-Host of "The Power Couple" on Billion Dollar Body Podcast. Nominated Top 30 Under 30 Influencer, One of San Diego's Most Influential Women. She has been featured by Forbes, Oxygen & Influencive. Amanda outlines some of her experiences leading up to the decision to start a company with her partner in life and business Nicholas. This is an excellent episode so don't miss out!
In this episode, Miro & Steve Pick up from the FB live stream conversation, Being offended by costumes, and overall in life. Being able to speak freely and not get so worked up about every little thing. Also, trust in talking to people about your business plans and not being afraid of opening up about how your business works. check out the Live stream on FB @bossed2boss
In this episode, Miro talks with Lauren Davis. At 25 Lauren Davis was named one of the 20 People You Should Know (2013) by her city, at 29 named one of the Faces of Tourism for her region, and at 30 one of the Register Star's "People to Watch" (2018). She's been featured talking social marketing and the travelpreneur lifestyle in the Huffington Post, Readers Digest, and several others. When she is not running her local businesses in Rockford Illinois, she is traveling the globe learning at conferences and workshops and expanding that knowledge back to serve her clients. Lauren is also the executive director of Winnebago Buy Local, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to connect local businesses together to collaborate and bring the community closer to them, creating raving fans which put together a successful Social Media Conference each year called #SocialROCK. INSTAGRAM is where people can find and connect with me! @ldaviscreative
In this episode, Miro talks about a few ideas. First off, learning how to tune out the background noise. TV News, negativity from people, things that really aren't important, etc. A lot of these things are there to scare you, don't let nonsense throw you off your square. Also, for people working in the corporate world, use the opportunities provided to you and grow yourself, events, seminars, educational experiences are the most valuable terms of your contract, and usually are completely overlooked. Check it out!
A former drug addict that spent over 5 years in prison. He grew up in Ferguson, Missouri while being raised by his mother. After missing the birth of his twin sons when he went back to prison, Zach made the decision to completely transform his life so that he could be a responsible father. Upon returning home after serving another 8 months in prison, he was faced with many challenges. The odds of success were stacked against him. Not being able to find a job to support his family due to his felony record and tattoos. Plus, EVERYONE said it was just a matter of time before he went back. Zach started Underdog Empowerment in 2018, the goal was simple: share the strategies that helped him to overcome great odds, grow an online business, and win as an underdog. It has become remarkably easy to find advice on entrepreneurshipâ€”but what has gotten harder is finding ethical advice that has been properly tested.