Did you know that your “Why” and “Values” are what attract your ideal clients to you? In this episode, Dr. Karen shares pragmatic “Client Attraction” insights and practical strategies you can implement to best serve your customers. To illustrate the concepts, Dr. Karen offers examples from her company, TRANSLEADERSHIP, INC. ®
Do you and your teams practice the 3 Ps – Positive Possibility Perspective? In this episode Dr. Karen shares the 7 attitudes and mindsets of successful people. You will also discover what the 3Ds mean and why the fastest path to your desired destination occurs when you Seek to Serve.
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Pastor Canisius Gacura is the senior pastor of Nyabugingo Worship Center in Rwanda, Africa, and the author of two books, “Unlimited: Conquering on My Knees” and “Discover Your Destiny: And Become a Destiny Helper. “Pastor Gacura grew up in war torn Uganda and had many hardships to include nearly dying from a poisonous snake bite, measles, and then polio that left him permanently unable to walk. Dr. Karen talks to Pastor Gacura about how God used his hardships to prepare him for his destiny to help heal a post-genocide nation. She also talked to him about what God is doing today through executive business leaders, God’s ambassadors in the workplace.
Give to the Nyabugingo Worship Center ministry and building project at: https://give.y360.org/give/canisius Specify Rwanda
Follow the ministry on: bit.ly/unlimitedrwanda
In this episode Dr. Karen builds on her previous 35th Anniversary episode and shares additional insights and strategies for creating a successful marriage and Living Leadership Legacy. She says, if you have the eyes to see and take the time to look, there is always something praiseworthy on which to meditate.
What is the formula for a great and successful marriage? As Dr. Karen celebrates her 35th wedding anniversary, she interviews her husband and shares both of their insights. The profound impact of each of their fathers, as spiritual leaders of their homes, is one of 10 heartfelt reflections they share. In this episode Dr. Karen gives us a rare glimpse into her husband’s thoughts.
Kerry Anna Stallings started her dream job at a public relations advertising firm in New York City working with food and beverage and technology clients. During the pandemic, and while working from home in Atlanta, she got the nudge to start Tower Treats, a company specializing in half pound peanut butter chocolate chip cookies as “the treat for all.” Dr. Karen speaks with Kerry Anna about both her corporate and entrepreneurial experiences, the lessons learned, and how to make a stand for faith in both settings.
Reach Kerry Anna Stallings at Towertreats.com
The secret to Elijah’s success was obedience. Like Elijah, choose to stand in the place of stillness. Hear and follow God’s voice of guidance and direction. He still provides supernatural strength and provision for those who trust and obey Him. What is God calling you to do as a marketplace ministry leader? Listen to this episode as Dr. Karen uncovers today’s good news for those in the marketplace.
Under conditions of exhaustion, we lose perspective. Fear and hopelessness increase, and we often adopt a narrow and false understanding of reality. Dr. Karen reflects on the life of Elijah and how God intervened to provide him a hiding place, rest, food, and water. God does the same for us today. What rest and provision do you need from Him today?
Dr. Karen says, “People don’t need more meetings. They need more of the right meetings with the right people.” What are some of the factors that affect mental health in the workplace? Stress is one of the most impactful. In this episode Dr. Karen explores stress and other workplace variables. She also provides practical strategies on what to do to get the best mental health outcomes at work.
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For the last few years, we have lived through the COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant illnesses and deaths, social isolation due to virtual work, school, and spiritual services, racial unrest, mass shootings, lethal weather events, and now growing inflation. Today, Dr. Karen speaks with her guests, Dr. Tonya Armstrong, Dr. Len Wysocki, and Dr. JC Wright about the mental health challenges they see in coaching, consulting, and clinical clients. They also talk about the practical steps companies can take to be effective.
Dr. Tonya Armstrong: On LinkedIn, FB, and IG; TArmstrong@ArmstrongCFH.com
Get Dr. Armstrong’s book and music CD, “Blossoming Hope” on Amazon
Dr. Len Wysocki: Wysock@comcast.net; leonardwysockiphd.com
Dr. JC Wright: JC Wright PhD or Julianne C. Wright on LinkedIn Messenger
Dr. JC Wright
Dr. Tonya Armstrong
Dr. Len Wysocki