entrepreneurship

E63 – Speak Your Truth with Michelle Khouri

MEET MICHELLE KHOURI Michelle Khouri is an arts and culture writer and the host of The Cultured Podcast, a weekly show that unearths intriguing perspectives in art, theatre, travel, design, and literature while digging at the roots of what inspires us. Aside from her work as a storyteller, Michelle helps businesses bring their narratives to…

AYA059 – Self Book Publishing with Julie Broad

MEET JULIE BROAD: Julie Broad is an Amazon Overall #1 Best Selling Author, an International Book Award Winner, and recipient of the Beverly Hills Book Award for Best Sales book. As an entrepreneur and successful real estate investor, she was also awarded the Top 20 under 40 Award. Her latest venture, Book Launchers, helps entrepreneurs…

AYA056 – DancePreneuring with Annett Bone

Annett Bone is the founder and host of The DancePreneuring Studio podcast where she guides her listeners on a journey of transformation inspired by dance, life, and business. The podcast is a reflection of her personal adventure overcoming her fears and returning to her passion for dance after a 20-year hiatus, the lessons that she…

AYA052 – Get Help and Enlist Others In What You’re Doing with Jason Heath

MEET JASON HEATH: Jason Heath is the host of Contrabass Conversations, a podcast devoted to exploring music and ideas associated with the double bass. His blog and podcast are highly regarded in the music world and have been featured as top offerings in the world of arts and culture for the past decade. An active…

AYA051 – SCARED OR NOT JUST DO IT WITH KIM LAMBERT

MEET KIM LAMBERT Kim Lambert is a Travel Writer, Speaker, Photographer, Writing and Publishing Coach, and an eleven times Amazon Number One Bestselling Author, with more than 25 books published to date (as herself, and under pen names for her fiction). (find her on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Kim-Lambert/e/B00I8KGK4Y/ ) She travels extensively (23 countries in the…

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