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Discover Your Talent~Do What You Love®

What do highly successful people actually do to succeed? For 45 years as entrepreneur, inventor, and author, Don Hutcheson has studied the proven career-building strategies that people around the world have used for decades to create lives of success, satisfaction and freedom. Every Tuesday he interviews individuals from around the world who share their real-world experiences and insights—what worked, what didn’t and why—and any advice they might offer to help you jump-start your life and career to the next level. On Fridays, highly accomplished women and men from the top occupations and professions give listeners an up-close-and-personal look at what it’s truly like to do what they do every day in “A Day in the Life.”
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Jan 19, 2016

Russ Ruffino, founder of Clients on Demand™, helps experts build reliable marketing and sales processes that attract 5-10 new potential clients a day, scaling to six-figures per month. Active in the group almost daily, Russ helps members get their offer, marketing and sales positioned so they can make high ticket sales. It's also a community to network. Russ says it’s not enough to launch a website, dominate social media or kill yourself writing killer blog posts. “People don't give you money so you can have a great business, they give you money so you can solve a problem that they have.”

Jan 18, 2016

Hilde Larsen is a certified health and wellness coach and detox specialist, with a passion for life and the power we hold within. Having gone through severe illness, pain and suffering, she is now helping others go from surviving to thriving. She has spent the past 10 years studying health and healing on all levels. Her upcoming five-book series will share her journey "from hell to inspired," and explore detoxification, nature's ability to heal, and raw food living. “Our body is designed to heal and clean itself, but now we need detoxification, and guidelines on what to eat."

Jan 15, 2016

Sam Horn, Intrigue Expert and TEDx speaker, helps people create one-of-a-kind communications that scale their impact for good. Her books POP!, Tongue Fu! and Got Your Attention? have been featured in Forbes, Fast Company and New York Times, and her speaking clients include major firms. In an age of “Infobesity,” the folks who win the competition are those who can raise their listeners’ eyebrows in seconds. “Using the old approach—telling them what we're going to tell them, then telling them, then reviewing what we just told them—just makes us a bore, chore and a snore. Instead, we engage them!”

Jan 14, 2016

Todd Schnick, co-founder of the intrepidNOW Media Network, is a media and business strategist and talk show host and producer. He is a former marketing strategist, national political operative, and lobbyist. Todd has published five books and writes a business and lifestyle column. A distance runner, he lives in Brookhaven, Georgia with his wife Stephanie and family. “Today I'm doing what I want to do. I'm engaged in the things that I want to be doing, and doing them on my terms.” It he can’t honestly say, “Hell, yeah! That would be amazing! Absolutely!” to a new commitment, he just says no.

Jan 13, 2016

Judith Webb is executive vice president of the U.S. Green Building Council, a non-profit that advocates for healthier, more sustainable buildings and communities. Throughout her 40-year career, she has been a sought-after strategic thinker in marketing and public policy strategies for organizations and the executive teams that drive them. Her portfolio of experience includes corporate, non-profit and four agency engagements, specializing in helping companies become fluent in the new grammar of higher value benefits sustainability, human health and employee engagement.

Jan 12, 2016

Phil Brangers is the Director of Events for the Embassy Suites and North Charleston Convention Center with PDA Productions Associates. He spent over 15 years as a freelance events production hand, trying to find a way to integrate the work he loves with family life. After adopting a son, he spent the last year moving from a life of on-location events that required long days and nights and a lot of travel, to an attempted work-life balance. “I think it's important every couple of years to pause and look back. If I’d looked back earlier, I would have seen other stepping stones.”

Jan 11, 2016

Judge Anne Elizabeth Barnes won election in 1998 to the Georgia Court of Appeals and was re-elected without opposition to a second term in 2004. In 2010 she was re-elected with more votes than any other candidate in the state of Georgia. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Georgia and her Master of Laws in the Judicial Process from the University of Virginia. “I wasn't encouraged to run for judge on the Court of Appeals by the powers that be in 1996. The husband of my friend asked, ‘Why don't you run anyway?’ So I did! Without anyone’s backing in my social group, I almost won my first statewide race with 48.2% of the vote.”

Jan 8, 2016

Lee Ellis explains, “When I think about career planning, it really is about career management and the person that you are managing—yourself. So, everything always starts with self-awareness, because you can't manage what you don't know and understand. And the more management information you have, the better you can manage. So that's always a starting point, because every person is unique and to manage this unique entity—that’s you—you really have to have that good self-awareness, that good management information. That would include things like your strengths, your struggles, your values, and priorities.”

Jan 7, 2016

Bruce Langford has been an entrepreneur and musician all his adult life. He quit his day job in 2005, to become focused full time on the prevention of bullying. Working as a presenter and program creator in the bullying field, led Bruce to become a mindfulness coach and teacher. He believes when we focus on respect, bullying will decline. Bruce also hosts the Mindfulness Mode Podcast, where he shares the concept of mindfulness with the mainstream world.

Jan 6, 2016

Louise Armstrong is on a mission to help women in their midlife years have a bright future—making the second half of their lives the better half. She achieves this through her online coaching business and seeing clients face to face, using a simple, logical program: Giving the client a positive outlook on life, removing destructive beliefs so that her clients are able to move forward, using their intuition and achieving their goals by incorporating the steps into their daily lives. Results become permanent and people start to live life with grace and ease.

Jan 5, 2016

Brian Thompson is founder of The Corporate Kid Organization, a nonprofit agency providing a unique mentoring program for “at risk” youth in urban centers of the United States. Too many teens, even very talented teens, are being lost to the neighborhood. Many do not have successful role models to help guide them to be the best they can be. “I'm an assistant scoutmaster in the Boy Scouts in the inner city. We just took a bunch of kids out to their first camping trip last week. We have to show these kids what life is about so they can ‘live life’ and not be merely ‘fans of life.’ That's what Corporate Kids is about. I want to show them what they can achieve so they can be in the game of life and playing the game of life.”

Jan 1, 2016

Scott Hay is a youth and life coach, trainer/facilitator with over 16 years of experience. Recently he launched Journal.Life, an online Kickstarter project and virtual community to help people achieve their goals through journaling. Scott describes the team of two young entrepreneurs and himself as, “Three heart-centered individuals who share a passion for helping people live happy, purposeful lives.” New Year’s resolutions and goals are seldom achieved because people need a foundation and support for success. "Clearly, we need a kickstart in reaching our goals!"

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