In this episode, Alisha talks with the wise and dynamic Cynthia Reavis.
Cynthia has a wide and varied background, an engineer at the core who's done everything from engineering, to sales directing with Mary Kay to financial advising. This podcast is full of so many nuggets of wisdom you'll want to be sure to listen to the end.
In this episode, learn how Cynthia gets more than she gives (and Cynthia is one of the most giving people I know!), and other fantastic tips for businesswomen and entrepreneurs.
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Here are some of the topics we touch on in this episode.
Put yourself out there.
Be intentional and deliberate.
WIIFM: What’s in it for me?
Reminder to look for your ideal client.
Once you do one thing you’re fearful of it gets easier to do something else you’re fearful of but don’t let the fear stop.
Feel the fear and do it anyway: What’s the worst that can happen? Some will, some won’t, next.
Everyone is in sales
Have a sense of urgency
Continue to seek that which is the ultimate call in your life.
Success happens when preparation meets the opportunity.
Determine what your god given talents are. Talent vs. skill
If you’re not feeling wise, is it because you’re not in alignment with who you are?
Stand in your power by living your values.
In this episode, Alisha interviews Stephany McMillan about building a community rooted in values, creating space to be yourself, and not living in regret.
In this episode, Alisha interviews Rebecca Aydelette about creativity, giving up good for great, and tapping into your intuition through soul collage.
In this episode, Alisha interviews Karen Archia about creating a community at the people’s perk, brewing with love and all things creativity.
In this episode, I’ll fill you in on where I am two weeks after the very unexpected loss of my dad, what I’ve learned, and what feels different.
In this episode, Alisha interviews Marley Parker on deciding to become an adventurer, spending the rest of your life becoming who you want to be and making every day an expedition.
In this episode, Alisha interviews Anessa Fike about what makes a company great, what to do if you want to change jobs and how to create a good company culture.
In this episode, Alisha gives you a little update on lessons learned in March. It’s just Alisha and the microphone. We definitely want your feedback on this episode and questions for future episodes like this one.
In this episode, Alisha interviews Jen Goff on knowing your core values, not caring what others think and the importance of letting passion drive your goals.
In this episode, you’re invited to join us in listening to today’s interview with Zitty Nxumalo where we talk about leadership, entrepreneurship, and who are we really?
In this episode, you’re invited to join us in listening to the International Women’s Day Panel sponsored by Lululemon Greensboro called “The other 364 days”.