How do you know when you’re ready to make a change? More importantly, how do you know when making a change is the right thing to do? For Darian Parker, it’s when you get that itch or that sense of knowing moving through your body that you should do something. Darian is a personal trainer and the co-owner of Epic Leisure Management, a firm that provides turnkey solutions to planning, designing, programming, and operating the next generation of healthy living centers. Armed with a masters from James Madison University and a doctorate from UNLV, Darian gave all of that up for a career in personal training. Today, he joins Jen Du Plessis to share his path from success to significance and his complete satisfaction with what he is doing. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Making A Change With Darian Parker I am happy to
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Are you trying to reach another level in your business or life? Whether it’s losing weight, developing better relationships, or starting a new business or career; we’ve all encountered glass ceilings! And sometimes we just need a little help or want to stop feeling we are alone in our quest. We are here to help, and you won’t have to lose any more sleep over what or how you can take the next step and break through your current ceiling! Welcome to the Success to Significance podcast, a show that helps you navigate through life after breaking through glass ceilings. Let host Jen Du Plessis guide you not only into success, but into significance and making an impact.
Behind every success story is a person who never gave up no matter the odds. Ryan Narus, the Cofounder of Archimedes Group, believes that finding something where you’ll have staying power will make things easier for you in the long run. In this episode, Ryan joins Jen Du Plessis to explain why pushing through hard times can yield great results. He also shares a different view on what it means to have financial freedom, and why it’s important to build your work around your life and not the other way around. Learn the power of waiting and enduring, and understand why good things come to those who wait. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Staying Power: Pushing Forward When Everyone’s Stopping With Ryan Narus This show is all about breaking through all kinds of things. It’s not just glass ceilings that are money, but
During a global pandemic, people look for ways to be sustainable with survivability in mind. Mike Wolf believes that if you want to transition into real estate investing, then it’s time to start regardless of trying times. Mike is a freedom lifestyle entrepreneur with 30 years of real estate investing experience under his belt. In this episode, he joins Jen Du Plessis to point out the struggles of getting into real estate and what awaits you if you manage to pull through. Taking things one step at a time, doing things right, and putting in the extra effort can make a big difference in the outcome of your endeavors. Learn strategies and disciplines that you can put into practice to ensure that you and the people you deal with create a win-win situation for all parties involved. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Real Estate Transition:
Whether we like it or not, we need other people. This has been a lesson that took Cami Baker a long time to learn, having lived most of her life trying to prove herself and that she can do things without anyone’s help. On today’s show, Cami joins Jen Du Plessis to talk about her transition from being a real estate agent and stepping into coaching, mentoring, and speaking. Taking us through the thought patterns she went through as she moved from one career to another, she reveals how she was finally able to mingle her way to millions and break her glass ceilings. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: From Sponsorship To Collaboration: Mingling Your Way To Millions With Cami Baker I am delighted to have our guest with us, Cami Baker. She is the author of Mingle To Millions. Her story is compelling. We’re going
They say age is but a number, and that when it comes to aging, you’ve got one of two alternatives – you either embrace it or you decide that you’re going to give up and die. Diana Devi, the President of An Ageless Life, joins Jen Du Plessis to talk about aging and how you can take care of yourself as you’re approaching that. Having experienced some major changes starting in her early 50s, Diana shares how she discovered a holistic approach to aging. Feeling the brunt of aging and looking for solutions that work? Then don’t miss Jen and Diana’s interesting and transformative conversation. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Living An Ageless Life With Diana Devi I have a great guest. This is going to be a little unique from what we’ve been talking about. Most of the time we’re talking about what are people
Significant successes are achieved by those who leave positive impacts with the right purpose to the right people. In this episode, Jen Du Plessis has Alec Stern to discuss his amazing breakthroughs in life. Alec is the Co-Founder of Constant Contact, a multi-million-dollar email marketing company that revolutionized the way small and medium-sized businesses are marketed. Becoming America’s Startup Success Expert was not a walk in the park for Alec, but his achievements amidst his cancer journey are proof that anyone can break their glass ceiling if they have the true will to do so. He shares the significance of working with the right people when innovating and offers his advice to those opting to transition their work during these challenging times. — Listen to the podcast here: Constant Contact: Breaking Glass Ceilings And Revolutionizing Businesses With Alec Stern I have a wonderful guest with me, Mr. Alec Stern. I want to
There is a cure for procrastination, but it does not involve affirmation or summoning your willpower. International speaker and coach Wendy Hart discusses this procrastination cure as she joins Jen Du Plessis on the show. Wendy is the creator of “The Procrastination Cure: A Complete System that Compels You to Follow Through (and Make More Money!),” a system that uses brain science to help people beat procrastination. With over two decades of experience in sales and psychology, she uses various tools and techniques in her coaching work, working with clients ranging from pro golfers to entrepreneurs and small business owners. Listen as she explains the science behind our brain’s tendency to get imprisoned in fear and talks about some simple ways to get it to feel safer and perform at its best. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: The Procrastination Cure With Wendy Hart I am excited because I
Most of the time, our limiting beliefs keep us from achieving what we want. Stemming from fear and doubt, we move away from something before we can even have the chance to deal with it. The host of the thought-provoking podcast, The Millionaire Woman Show, Debra Kasowski, shares an event in her life that changed her perception and understanding. She talks about why we should act as is, instead of as if—believing that life is too short not to follow through and act on what you truly want. Providing inspiration, Debra then gives her insights on making an impact on people’s lives by doing your part within the larger puzzle that is in front of everybody. — Listen to the podcast here: Act As Is, Not As If: Breaking Free From Limiting Beliefs With Debra Kasowski I have a guest that I have been waiting like crazy to get on the
Many of us are dreaming of starting our own business. After years of working for a company, we begin thinking about making that shift in our lives to become business owners ourselves. However, the road towards that goal can be challenging and confusing. In this episode, Jen Du Plessis invites Jeffrey “JP” McAvoy, aka The Millionaire’s Lawyer, for a business conversation, where he shares the things we need to make sure to get done when planning that exit strategy from being employed to creating a business. With his background as the Founder and Managing Partner of Conduct Law, JP then breaks down some business laws and tax implications to think about and structure your plans around. He also gives a great view on understanding the difference between LLC, S Corp, and C Corp, protecting your business with intellectual property, bringing in people and other companies during your growth phase, and more. Don’t
It takes an incredibly great person to play the part of another great person. Here on the show is the leading actor of Wish Man, Andrew Steel. A NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art) trained actor from Australia, Andrew landed his first leading role upon moving to Los Angeles in Wish Man, portraying the founder of Make-A-Wish Foundation, Frank Shankwitz. In this episode, Jen Du Plessis talks with Andrew about his breakthrough into Hollywood and his story about becoming an actor. He also talks about Flicks4Change and how he is providing a platform for filmmakers to have their hearts exposed to the world and create a positive impact. Moving forward, Andrew then shares how he is looking forward to the future and the breakthroughs he is yet to achieve. — Listen to the podcast here: Playing Wish Man And Creating A Positive Impact On The World Through Films With
There is power in connecting with people that will allow you to thrive in everything you do. That’s one of the things Lou Diamond talks about in this episode. Lou is the host of the Thrive LOUD podcast and the author of the book, Master the Art of Connecting. Sharing his experiences from then to now, he lets us in on the story of how he started establishing and encouraging connections, explaining along the way why it is important. He also discusses the concept behind understanding and overcoming the fear of failure, giving some advice on how to propel someone into making a change in their life. Helping us to take better advantage of the power that is in connecting, Lou then divulges some tactics that we can use to connect better. — Listen to the podcast here: Thrive Through The Power Of Connecting With Lou Diamond I have a fun
We can’t control what life is going to throw at us, but we can control how we react about them. If we allow negative things to get the best of us, then we limit what we could give to the world. Proving this to be true, Jen Du Plessis invites over the one and only Frank Shankwitz. Frank is best known as the creator, co-founder, and first president/CEO of the Make-A-Wish Foundation—an extraordinary charity that grants wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses. Learning from an early age that giving back doesn’t have to be just about financial generosity, Frank has constantly relied on his other strengths to be of help to others. He always turns a negative into a positive and now has become the Wish Man, providing hope to many people and creating a positive impact on the world. Frank shares with us his story and how he put