Guest Interview

Ep 57: Find your voice and sharing your story with Emily Tamayo Maher

Karly brings us an inspiring chat with her author coach, Emily Tamayo Maher. Emily is the creator of The Meaning Method, a program she uses to help aspiring authors turn their personal life story into the books they were meant to write. This chat is simultaneously grounded in the practical and wonderfully woo-woo. Today, on…

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Ep 56: James Wedmore on the Stories that halt your growth

 Today’s episode of Keeping Good Company is a cracker! Lisa interviews her mentor and coach, James Wedmore. James is the creator of a seven-figure business which he uses to help entrepreneurs develop the mindset needed for entrepreneurship. He is also the creator and host of the enormously successful and “totally woo-woo” podcast Mind Your…

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Ep 21: Kylie Patchett – Go Back to Your Day Job

Kylie Patchett shares her story of employment after entrepreneurship, guilt over selling a dream that was no longer working for her, and the freedom of shutting down her business and creating the simple life that she wanted. She discusses the unexpected response from fellow entrepreneurs, and the misplaced sense of shame and failure. Show Notes…

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Ep 16: Setting up for a rocking 2018 with Nikki Smith

Nikki Smith on the power of mini experiments and how both Karly and Lisa have embraced the concept to create big meaningful change. SHOW NOTES 08:45 – The argument for mini experiments and when it’s time to move from small steps to big leaps 11:45 – Why we can’t see our own strengths 15:50 –…

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Ep 9: Samantha Nolan-Smith: Being Truly Visible

Samantha Nolan-Smith on how Patriarchal society keeps women small and quiet, mired in self-doubt, and ultimately invisible. Samantha explains why it is so hard to examine a system that is rigged in your favour, and why self-development is the key for women to not only push through their own visibility blocks, but also to look…

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Ep 7: Emma-Kate Rose: Leveling the Playing Field through Food

Emma-Kate Rose of Food Connect on using business as a force for good. Emma-Kate explains how sustainable food practices, fair pay and social justice can build a movement of food citizens, and why this is more motivating to her than money. Show Notes 02:30 – Why Emma-Kate and her partner see business as a force…

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