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Jan Janzen: The Inner Approach to Selling – TPS440

Jan Janzen has been a serial entrepreneur for 40 years. She bought a franchise at just 19 years of age and since then has worked in a wide variety of industries from being president of a network marketing company to having three businesses

in the automotive field to having a 6-figures healing practice. Jan’s focus is helping women entrepreneurs fall in love with the sales process so they can earn the money they need in their businesses so they can take care of themselves and make the difference they are here to make in the world.

Jan shares her unusual background in sales as a Jehovah’s Witness where she learned how to accept rejection.
Leaders often feel l like outsiders, which can be an asset. They also have to be their own person.
We talk about how Jan presents the idea of sales to people who might be repulsed by the idea of selling.
Jan explains why she doesn’t use high-testosterone words like prospect, close, or filling the pipeline.
Women are usually really good at sales and outsell men by 11%, even though they break many of the rules.
Women entrepreneurs outsell men, but they earn less because they often under-price their services.
Jan talks about money mindset and the assessment she uses to measure where a person is vis-à-vis money. She explains the idea of money archetypes.
A person’s genetic coding can also affect financial behaviors.
Changing your money mindset requires more than learning financial skills. The inner work has to be done.
I asked Jan how she helps people overcome their money mindset blocks.
Women often don’t see the value that they bring. Jan explains how she teaches women to overcome this.
Jan talks about dealing with the objection, “I can’t afford it” and how to discover if a potential client is a good fit for you.
People often rush through a sales conversation because they don’t like doing it.
There are various techniques that Jan uses to help people gain the confidence needed in order to sell.
Your internal habits and self-concept can affect your ability to sell. We talk about the elements that can come into play.
Our tribal programming can keep us from reaching our next income level.

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Autism and Employment: Develop Potential!

Join Dr. Holmes as she interviews Amy Cox of Developing Potential concerning the issue that surrounds employment and the autism community. They will discuss a look at what has happened to employment for persons with special needs in the wake of Covid-19 including the impact of the change in unemployment to the social model of disability.

Amy Cox is the Development Director for Developing Potential, Inc. overseeing DPI’s presence in the communities in which they provide services as well as fundraising, advocacy, volunteer management, advertising, and marketing for the organization. Ms. Cox has served in a direct support role for DPI Employment Connections program and meets with prospective community employers and individuals seeking employment. Amy earned two BA degrees at the University of Missouri – Columbia. Ms. Cox began working for Developing Potential as a contractor in 2001 supporting DPI’s growth in the community before coming on board full-time in 2014. Amy has three children, Reagan, Noah, and Olivia.

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An Ally for Life Part 2

Founder and Ceo of I Ally shares more about the genesis of her company and the importance of community and wellbeing for caregivers.
Lucinda Koza is the Founder + CEO of I Ally, an app created for and by family caregivers. She is a member of the current TechCrunch Include Cohort, SheWorx + AWS Startups Mentorship Program 2020, All Raise Org’s Visionary Voices Speakers Bureau, and the Lyfebulb Patient Entrepreneur Circle. She just received Honorable Mention in the Lyfebulb + Orexo Innovation Challenge and received Honorable Mention for Intermitten’s 2020 Changemaker Award. Her writing has been published in Thought Catalog and Medium Women. Passionate about storytelling and giving voice to the voiceless, Lucinda also premiered a short film at the Cannes Film Festival in 2016.

S5E30: Chad Kennedy

In this episode, Chad Kennedy talks about what it was like to grow up having a Father that was in the RCMP diagnosed with PTSD, and how that affected his career as a Law Enforcement Officer. We also talk about Chad’s personal struggle with PTSD and how that spawned the idea for Sea To Sea For PTSD. Enjoy!

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Episode 111 – You’re NEVER TOO OLD to Get Started

This week on the power of purpose Judy talks with comic (and former student) Vicki Barbolak about her comedy career, getting so good that people can’t ignore you, and starting your career no matter your age.

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How to Become an Agent for Peace – TPS439

In this episode, I talk about the feelings stimulated by the election in the US. Lots of people are angry, which can cause all sorts of physical problems. We all have a choice as to how we want to feel and who we want to be.

If you are angry about the election, you have probably been angry all of your life – both individually and as a group.
Ongoing anger will negatively affect your health.
Heart attacks are often related to adrenaline responses.
Many people are motivated by anger – which is not healthy.
Do you want to be on the side of tension or release?
Constant tension leads to physical problems.
Who do you want to be and how do want your health to be?
It’s a whole lot more comfortable to be on the peaceful side of life.
Choosing to be a peaceful person will make your life more comfortable.
Let’s connect through the light, not the darkness.
You have a choice as to how you want to live your life and how you want to feel. You are not the victim of circumstances.

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Relationship & Dating Strategies for the Autistic Community

Join Dr. Holmes as she interviews Jeremy Hamburgh, referred to as the Hitch for the autistic and special needs community by The Atlantic in 2013. The article by Rula AL-Nasrawi quotes, “Jeremy Hamburgh is a New York-based dating coach for both neurotypical people and people with disabilities. He’s a Hitch for those who can hardly flirt, and he spends hours hiding behind bookshelves and potted plants in bars and restaurants as his clients attempt to initiate conversation, then offers feedback later. Hamburgh also leads workshops at Adaptations, a program through the Manhattan Jewish Community Center that teaches life skills to people with developmental disorders.” (Atlantic, Nov. 25, 2013). In a pre-show interview, Dr. Holmes asked about Hamburgh’s journey into relational coaching and he stated that in spending time with the autistic community there were much he did not know and was willing to talk to the autistic community and learn what works for them and what they are looking for in relationships. Hamburgh’s approach is not about masking or neuro-typicalizing but helping his clients be the best version of themselves to live an authentic life in friendships and romantic relationships.

Jeremy Hamburgh is the founder of My Best Social Life, where he is the first dating and friendship coach in the world to focus exclusively on transforming the social lives of autistic young adults. His clients make new friends, start dating, and attract a loving partner in less time than they ever thought possible. Using a science-based social strategy, Jeremy helps young adults with autism escape their loneliness and live a vibrant social life, filled with amazing friends and partners. Since 2010, his clients have met countless new people, made tons of new friends, gone on great dates, started amazing relationships…and even gotten married. And he helps them do it with a commitment to compassion and sensitivity that you won’t find anywhere else.


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