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Discover Your Talent–Do What You Love | Build a Career of Success, Satisfaction and Freedom

Don Hutcheson. Discover your innate talents and how to use them to jump-start your life and career to the next level. Daily chats with individuals who share their real-world experiences on building a life of success, satisfaction and freedom.
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Feb 29, 2016

Phyllis Gillis is the founder and CEO of FoodPaths®, Inc., serial storytelling connecting farmers with families at the crossroads of food. An award-winning writer and photojournalist, Phyllis brings behind-the-scenes authenticity to the stories of people who grow our food, and what we eat. Her diverse and successful career spans the worlds of journalism, wines, and the culinary arts. She is formerly a contributing editor of Parents Magazine, and the author of 3 books.

Feb 26, 2016

William R. (Bill) Seagraves, president and founder of CatchFire Funding, of Parker, CO, is the author of the Penguin Random House book, Be Your Best Boss: Reinvent Yourself From Employee to Entrepreneur, released in February 2016. Himself a serial entrepreneur, Bill has been dubbed the “Mid-Career Entrepreneur Expert” and has helped more than 1,500 aspiring business owners in mid-career on the best route to successful entrepreneurship. Bill’s new book shares information about wealth building with funding and financing strategies, and best practices for building a business.

Feb 25, 2016

Kim Barrett is the founder of Your Social Voice, an online marketing and lead generation agency serving experts and small business owners. Kim got his start in the field of marketing ten years ago and has worked in accounting firms, IT companies and grain trading companies, where he focused on growing the businesses' profitability through better marketing strategies. Using his expertise with Facebook ads and other online lead generation methods, Kim took his agency from zero to $100,000 per month in sales in under a year.

Feb 24, 2016

PollyEsther was born in the Netherlands in 1966. After immigrating to Australia in 1995, she went through a stressful year of adjusting to a new lifestyle which was the beginning of the road to self-development, health and happiness. Along the way she discovered that health and happiness are not caused by circumstances, something or someone, but can be found inside ourselves. Her autobiographic book “Looking @ Life” is now available on Amazon.

Feb 23, 2016

Jim Auchmutey is a writer in Atlanta, Georgia. He worked as a reporter and editor with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution for 29 years. His book, “The Class of '65: A Student, a Divided Town and the Long Road to Forgiveness,” is a tale of race, religion and reconciliation set at Koinonia, the communal farm in Georgia that gave birth to Habitat for Humanity. His next book will be a history of barbecue. “Find what’s at the heart of what you love—instead of a position, salary, or job. It gives you a built-in flexibility to go with your passion, instead of going with the office.”

Feb 22, 2016

Melinda Ennis is board chair of GunSense Georgia which advocates for common sense policies that assure public safety and reduce gun violence, and the Executive Director of Family Connection, Glynn County, a collaborative that works to advocate for children and families. Prior to that she was the Executive Director of Georgia’s WIN List, a political action committee for women candidates. “I had to channel my passion and energy into something that was meaningful to me.” Melinda’s earlier career was as a senior level marketing executive for several corporations and advertising agencies.

Feb 19, 2016

Vicky Murgatroyd coaches female entrepreneurs to dramatic mindset transformations that empower them for success. She explains, “Creating an unstoppable mindset is your seat of absolute freedom. Whatever you’ve got running through your mind—whatever habits of thinking and feeling you’ve created—is what you’re ultimately going to create in your life. The first step is just to become aware of how and what you’re thinking. Then you can choose to create a new, unstoppable mindset to reach your goals.”

Feb 18, 2016

Casey Zeman has built a 7-figure company using live video and webinars, and now he is passionate about bringing these media to you. He’s figured out what works and what doesn't in webinars, live broadcasts, video and what makes a truly engaged audience. Casey is the bestselling author of Build Your Audience with Live Video, founder of the webinar platform, EasyWebinar (software that does both live and automated webinars) and the new Periscope analytic and marketing software Fullscope.Tv.

Feb 17, 2016

Teresa Wallace was training sharp shooters in the Army when she recognized she has a knack for teaching and coaching. Today she strategizes with the best and brightest in their fields, helping achievers strengthen self-confidence and hit their targets. She is the President of Agility Leadership Coaching and the Sunday Serenity Leadership Coach. In her work with leaders, Teresa uses a three-step process—Aware, Act, Achieve—to help her clients learn new skills to address new challenges and get their confidence and peak performance back, so they can REST instead STRESS on Sunday nights.

Feb 16, 2016

After 40 years as a marketing professor and consultant, last year Larry Rosenberg turned his joy of singing into a new career, at the age of 71. He launched The Larry Show – inspirational entertainment to help people heal, grow and share, as he has done with his life. He created two one-man musical shows, based on his life story, and performed them in the U.S. and overseas. He found his life dream, passion and purpose. “My message is, it's never too late to follow your dream. It's your life—not anybody else's—so go out and find your passion and follow your purpose.”

Feb 15, 2016

Susan Bernstein helps people transform their careers by taking control of their innate power—whether they're sensitive, emotional, or just plain stuck—and using it to claim the next rung on their personal success ladder. She does this with a blend of MBA sensibilities and 20 years of corporate experience, plus the ability to zero in and support people in their core issues through her Ph.D. in Mind/Body Psychology. “The intellect is great, but it's more of the tool. The driver is really how we want to feel in the world. Our impulses and instincts can help guide us. They're signposts.”

Feb 12, 2016

Megan Kent has spent much of her career working for the world’s top advertising agencies. shaping brand strategies for many of the world’s most influential brands (BMW, Coca-Cola, New York Times, Microsoft, Brand USA.) Her passion for understanding people’s relationships with brands drove her to study not only WHAT people think, but HOW. Distilling her learning in this area—combining it with 20+ years in marketing—has led her to create Brain-Friendly Branding® - 8 essential principles for creating brands a brain can love. It’s a proprietary system for helping brands connect more powerfully with people.

Feb 11, 2016

Joel Boggess is the go-to guy for clarity, confidence and direction. He’s the guy people call when they’re feeling stuck, under-challenged or overwhelmed. As a syndicated radio host, bestselling author, and life coach, Joel teaches people how to relaunch their lives and start over with confidence. His podcast, ReLaunch, was named by Podcasters’ Paradise as the “Most Inspirational” and “Best Overall” podcast of 2015, and has recently passed the one million listens mark. “One thing I've come to understand is that people want to be challenged. But you’ve got to challenge them in the right way.”

Feb 10, 2016

Dorie Clark is the author of Reinventing You and Stand Out, which was named the #1 Leadership Book of 2015 by Inc. magazine. A former presidential campaign spokeswoman, she teaches at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, and is a consultant and speaker for clients such as Google, Morgan Stanley, and the World Bank. For those making career transitions, she advises, “I am very much an advocate of people doing things in a measured and responsible way, with a clear strategy.”

Feb 9, 2016

Kevin Williams comes from upper levels of corporate America and now helps downsized and outsourced individuals become entrepreneurs, finding unique opportunities outside of the standard job market. He owns a master office license of a company that allows him to work directly with executives as a liaison to candidates seeking franchise opportunities. As the world began going digital—and as Kodak was not changing with the times—Kevin knew it was time to leave Kodak. Witnessing major lay-offs and downsizing, he set his sights on helping casualties of the old economy find places as entrepreneurs.

Feb 8, 2016

Judy Graybill helps stressed-out stepfamilies to argue less and relax more. As a certified stepfamily coach, speaker, educator, and writer, Judy falls into the 70% of step-couples who split up. Her pain and the heartache of still being in love when her relationship ended propelled her to find answers. Through books, interviews, classes, and spiritual development, she complemented her formal degrees in sociology and psychology. Her clients praise her for giving them “peace of mind”, “empowerment”, and “real world solutions”.

Feb 5, 2016

Dr. Paul White is a psychologist, speaker, and consultant who makes work relationships work. Co-author of Rising Above a Toxic Workplace, The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, and Sync or Swim, Dr. White’s expertise has been cited in Bloomberg’s Businessweek, Entrepreneur.com, FastCompany, FoxBusiness.com, U.S. News & World Report, Yahoo! Finance, and numerous other publications. His clients include Fortune 250 companies, federal government agencies, international non-profit organizations, numerous medical institutions, and over 250 colleges and universities.

Feb 4, 2016

Andreas A. Jones is an international best-selling author, coach, speaker and trainer. Serving in the US Army shaped Andreas’s life and tested his endurance, faith and fortitude. He describes it as “a trial by fire” and remains profoundly grateful for it. Since leaving the Army, he has applied lessons learned there to his career, continuing to learn new ones. He describes how each new job or new position helped him grow into the successful individual he is today. In his coaching and speaking, he shares the core concepts of leadership, integrity, and discipline.

Feb 3, 2016

Heather Ann Havenwood is a serial entrepreneur regarded as a top authority on internet marketing and business strategist since marketing her first online business in 1999, and is author of Sexy Boss and The Game of Dating. After multiple corporate jobs Heather realized her true destiny was to be an entrepreneur. Ironically, she was a shy child who needed speech therapy twice a week for several years. “Now I speak, coach, communicate and write. I also failed writing in English class but have published two books!”

Feb 2, 2016

Perry Marshall is an author, speaker, engineer, and business consultant in Chicago. With a decade of research, he brings a fresh perspective to the 150-year-old evolution debate. His book, Evolution 2.0, harnesses a communication engineer’s outsider perspective to reveal a century of unrecognized scientific research and discoveries. Drawing on his expertise in digital communications, control systems, acoustics, and e-commerce, Perry brings practical insight to questions about nature and science.

Feb 1, 2016

Perry Marshall is an author, speaker, engineer, and business consultant in Chicago. With a decade of research, he brings a fresh perspective to the 150-year-old evolution debate. His book, Evolution 2.0, harnesses a communication engineer’s outsider perspective to reveal a century of unrecognized scientific research and discoveries. Drawing on his expertise in digital communications, control systems, acoustics, and e-commerce, Perry brings practical insight to questions about nature and science.

Feb 1, 2016

Anita Bruzzese is an award-winning journalist, specializing in workplace and career issues. Author of two career books, she has appeared on the Today show and been quoted in O, The Oprah Magazine, Glamour, BusinessWeek and USA Today. Her website, 45 Things, was named a top 100 website for women by Forbes magazine. "Good journalistic principles still matter, whatever the medium. There are people online who call themselves journalists who really are not. They’re not following the path that journalists are trained to do – which is to stick to the facts and put out impartial information.”

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