Interviews

April 15, 2016

How To Design Your Couture Brand with Isha Bell

Welcome to this episode of Thrive “How To Design Your Couture Brand” with Isha Bell. Isha Bell is a one of the world’s premiere brand and creative directors who specializes in helping fashion brands scale to epic proportions. The work Isha has done has landed her clients on international, high-profile platforms such as CNN television, British Vogue and Marie Claire Magazines. On today’s episode Isha talks to us about what it really takes to create a successful couture brand. She explains the importance of having an editorial eye in order to create a high-end visuals and why editors won’t even look at you if your brand is not polished. She shares what specifically you need to have in place for your brand presences before influencers will even consider you. And she shares her own story of finding her brand voice and how staying in her lane exploded her business. Isha is a world-class talent whose clients have thrived internationally with her help. I hope you enjoy the show.          
April 7, 2016

The Art of List Building with Suzanne Moore

Welcome to this episode of Thrive, “The Art of List Building” with my guest Suzanne Moore. Suzanne is a marketing and list-building expert who teaches entrepreneurs the best and most effective strategies to grow and nurture their tribe of followers on and off-line. On this episode Suzanne tells us what’s really working now to attract new leads into your funnel. What is most important to remember when crafting your free offers so people will come back for more and want to buy from you. And finally, Suzanne gives us her top-3 list of what entrepreneurs should be doing consistently grow their list by leaps and bounds. Suzanne is a wealth of knowledge. I hope you enjoy the show.            
April 7, 2016

How To Create Enchanted Success with Megha Rodriguez

Megha Rodriguez is a social media guru who helps small business express their authentic voice online to create more profit and impact. In this episode, Megha explains how and why people hide from their sharing their voice and how to overcome that fear. She talk to us about why it’s critical to have a clear point of view to find and serve the right niche and how her near-death experience helped her clarify her true mission. And finally, Megha shares with us how we can tap into our own intuition to create success that aligns with our own calling. Megha is a bright light in the online area. I hope you enjoy the show.        
March 31, 2016

Create Your Own Economy with Tina Brinkley Potts

“Create Your Own Economy” with guest Tina Potts Tina is an award-winning author, online digital strategist and top-gun business consultant who teaches entrepreneurs how to build online digital empire to create their own economy. In this episode Tina shares the key to create a snowball effect in your business. She tells us what most entrepreneurs don’t know about building a successful online business why is so important not to pay attention to the headlines. And finally she shares what you must have in place to be prepared to attract a client in any situation even the grocery store! Tina is a powerhouse & I was thrilled to interview her.                
March 31, 2016

The Art of Business with Dayla Arabella

“The Art of Business” with Dayla Arabella. Dayla is a national award-winnning media strategist and certified meeting profession and co-founder of Boston Women in Media & Entertainment who comes to us today to talk about how to build a successful career as a performer. Dayla shares with us the important of relationship building and gives specific strategies to help entrepreneurs and artists build a powerful network. Dayla also talks about why it’s so important to understand your audience and be willing to reinvent yourself to stay relevant. And finally she shares the most important word you need to have in your vocabulary to get our foot in the door and take advantage of every opportunity. Dayla is a wealth of information and is extremely generous with her knowledge and expertise. I hope you enjoy the show.              
March 24, 2016

How Busy Entrepreneurs Can Destress with Sherinata Pollock

“How Busy Entrepreneurs Can Destress” with Sherinata Pollock. Sherinata is an energy healer, intuitive coach and the creator of Chakra Magic, a meditation series for kids and adult. On this episode of Thrive Sherinata shares what energy healing is and how we can use it in our lives. How she embraced her role as an healer AND professional clown and how that changed her life and business. She explains how we can know when we are living our purpose and when we’re not. And she shares a simple mantra for entrepreneurs to use when they are having difficulty charging what they’re worth.              
March 24, 2016

The Penguin Lady & Entrepreneurship with Dyan DeNapoli

In this episode Dyan Denapoli talks to us about how her intuition lead her from studying dolphins in Hawaii to studying penguins in the South Pole. She shares with us why its so important to have a clear sense of mission, in life and in business.              
March 17, 2016

How to Get The Life You Really Want With Guest Halle Eavelyn

“How To Get The Life You Really Want” with transformational coach Halle Eavelyn who teaches women how to break through their old patterns to create the life of their dreams. Halle explains what transformational coaching is and how it’s different from traditional therapy and why it’s important not to buy into the story of who you think you are in order to be happy. She also shares how tapping into spirit to break through you blocks can transform your life and business.        
March 17, 2016

The Heart of Social Entrepreneurship With Guest Linda Cruse

Welcome to this episode of Thrive “The Heart of Social Entrepreneurship” with my guest, humanitarian Linda Cruse. Linda Cruse is an international aid worker, speaker, author and the creator of the Emergency Zen thought leadership series. She has worked on every continent on the planet aiding disaster-stricken communities alongside some of the world’s most influential leaders including the Dali Lama, Prince Charles and Sir Richard Branson. On today’s show, Linda shares with us why following your passion is crucial to not only live your best life, but to change the world for the better. She tells how because of stress she was stricken blind and how it forced her to reevaluate the course of her own life and follow her passion. And she shares how entrepreneurs leading the pack in rebuilding communities and how we can each use our gifts to make an impact. If you’d like to know more about how to help, you can visit www.WandAid.org. It was an honor to speak with Linda. I hope you enjoy the show.            
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