Success to Significance:

Life After Breaking Through Glass Ceilings

Gain experience and credibility by listening to our podcast, “Success to Significance” with Jen Du Plessis.

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.

Episode Blogs

STS 54 Jude Morrow | Neurodiversity
  Most of the time, when we think about autistic children, we worry if they will be able to function in a corporate and work atmosphere. Joining Jen Du Plessis on today’s show to dispel the misconceptions and incorrect stereotypes about autism and autistic people is Jude Morrow. Jude is an autistic author, social worker, motivational speaker, and advocate for all things autism and neurodiversity. Together, they tackle why companies shouldn’t shy away from hiring someone who’s autistic. Everyone, whether autistic or not, brings their own special talents to the table. We need to make sure that we’re exploring and exploiting all of those talents.    — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Autism And Neurodiversity In The Workplace With Jude Morrow  I am so delighted to have our guest with us, Jude Morrow. I met him on Clubhouse. Here’s another Clubhouse podcast connection. I’m loving Clubhouse as long as I’m
STS 53 Kristina Bouweiri | Women Entrepreneurs
  With enough motivation, strength, and skills, women entrepreneurs can break into male-dominated industries and finally take a leadership role. This is what Kristina Bouweiri did when she became the sole owner of Reston Limousine. She narrates to Jen Du Plessis how a simple company that initially offers shuttle contracts grew in scale and revenue to become the largest luxury transportation provider in Washington DC. She also explains how she continues to run the business in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic despite lower revenues, smaller size, and reduced workforce. Furthermore, Kristina talks about their philanthropic work, focusing on helping women and children.  — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: The True Strength Of Women Entrepreneurs With Kristina Bouweiri  I have a special guest. I’ve known Kristina Bouweiri for several years. We’ve been around in the same space. She is in my hometown. You are going to be so surprised at what she has accomplished. The glass ceilings
STS 51 Malorie Nicole | Limiting Beliefs
  Entrepreneurs have limiting beliefs about themselves that create constant struggles, preventing them from moving forward. The “I have to do it all myself,” “I don’t know if I can bring enough money for the new hire,” or “I’m not capable of hiring the right people” are examples of common limiting beliefs entrepreneurs struggle with. Jen Du Plessis invited Executive and Entrepreneur Performance and Mindset Coach Malorie Nicole to discuss limiting beliefs, how you can overcome them, and why you should. Malorie has immense experience overcoming limiting beliefs. She had to fight through a traumatic brain injury and battle major health issues to grow and move from success to significance. In this episode, Malorie explains how we all have our blind spots, how our blind spots trap us in a cycle of struggle and doubt, and how hiring a coach can help us identify those blind spots and lift us out of our
STS 50 | Voice Technology
  Voice technology has so many applications in the rapidly-changing world that it would come as no surprise for it, given enough time, to change every single industry as we know it. Dr. Teri Fisher is contagiously optimistic about these possibilities, some of which are already starting to take shape today. Known as the “Voice Doctor,” Dr. Fisher is an expert on all things voice technology. He is the creator and host of The Voice Den, an online voice technology reality show that combines his passions for voice technology and education. In this conversation with Jen Du Plessis, he talks about the potential benefits that voice technology, in the form of “smart speakers” and other innovations, can introduce into medicine and patient care. He also shares some insights on how this technology could affect other industries as well. Learn how amazing this technology is and what makes it a compelling
STS 49 | Taking Risks
  Starting your own business or any project entails confronting the unknown. Taking risks is one thing and knowing what action to take to prevent slip-ups is another. You can’t blindly rush and lead the organization without thorough planning. In this conversation with Jen Du Plessis, Brian Smith, founder of UGG Holdings and author of The Birth of a Brand, shares a wealth of business strategies and the highs and lows of growing a company from scratch. Listen in as he shares his proven insights of risk-taking and strategized planning of controlling decisions. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: The Rewards Of Taking Risks With Brian Smith I am delighted to introduce you to our guest, Mr. Brian Smith, the Founder of UGG boots and a philanthropist, speaker, giver. That’s how I see you, Brian. Thanks for joining us. The pleasure is mine. It’s great. It’s
STS 48 | Resilient Leader
  Having a resilient mindset helps you overcome so many things in life, especially in this time and age. With what is happening to the current environment worldwide, it is vital for leaders to develop resilience to help themselves and others face trials and tribulations and keep fighting. In this episode, joining Jen Du Plessis to talk more about becoming a resilient leader in the 21st century is Regeline Sabbat, a first-generation Haitian American, motivational speaker, best-selling author of GOD First, life coach, the host of Walk With Me Podcast on JRQTV, and domestic violence advocate. Regeline opens up about her resilience story and how she moved from success to significance despite being a victim of sexual assault at a very early age. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Becoming A Resilient Leader In The 21st Century With Regeline Sabbat My guest is a first-generation Haitian American, motivational speaker,
  Do you find yourself at rock bottom? You have the resilience and grit you need to overcome any obstacles, but you need to learn to find it within yourself. Jen Du Plessis’ guest today is Amberly Lago, the author of True Grit and Grace. Amberly knows your pain and your heartache because she, too, found herself at rock bottom when an SUV hit her and had to undergo 34 surgeries to save her leg from amputation. You are more powerful than you think! No matter how old you are, you can bounce forward and reinvent yourself. Do you want to find out how you can find the resilience and grit buried within you? Join in the conversation and gain valuable insights on how Amberly discovered her resilience and grit and how you can, too!  — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Overcoming Obstacles Through Resilience And Grit With Amberly Lago I
STS 46 | Maverick Millionaire
  An entrepreneur for 35 years, Paul Finck never worked for anyone a day of his life. Known as The Maverick Millionaire®, he’s one of the foremost authorities in business and personal development today. In this episode, Paul joins Jen Du Plessis to share how he got started in entrepreneurship and the lessons he learned along the way. He also shares the difference between highly successful people versus the ones that aren’t, as well as the three different pillars of our existence. Learn from the best. Tune in for some golden nuggets from Paul. — Watch the episode here:    Listen to the podcast here: Success Wisdom From A Maverick Millionaire With Paul Finck I am over the moon with this particular interview and I’ll tell you why. Paul Finck is our guest. Welcome Paul, we’re so happy to have you. It’s a pleasure to be here. Thank you,
STS 45 | Real Estate Investing
    What do you do when your plan A doesn’t work out? Former wrestler Barri Griffiths’ plans A, B, and C was to be the world heavyweight champion, but when those didn’t pan out, he found himself pivoting to real estate, a move he wished he made sooner. Today, Barri joins Jen Du Plessis to talk about the rags-to-riches story of how he got introduced and fell in love with the real estate industry after his contract with WWE wasn’t renewed. He also shares how investing in real estate gave him financial independence and a quality life. If you live from paycheck to paycheck and you want more financial freedom, then this episode is for you. Join in the conversation and discover how Barri discovered the fantastic benefits of real estate. Barri is currently the host of the WWRE Podcast and the YouTube channel Wrestling with Real Estate. — Watch the
STS 44 Mitzi Perdue | #WinThisFight
  If you’re familiar with the statistics of human trafficking, you’d probably think that the problem is of such magnitude that it cannot be tackled easily. That doesn’t faze Mitzi Perdue, as she is determined to #WinThisFight against human trafficking through awareness and concrete action. Being born, raised, grown, and married into privilege is no cause for Mitzi to lose the heart to serve other people, which she learned from her iconic father. Whether in investing in an industry she had no prior experience with to tackling a worldwide evil that escapes prosecution everywhere, Mitzi does not fear putting herself on the line for what she truly believes. Joining Jen Du Plessis for a chat, Mitzi shares her journey to success and significance – something that we certainly need to take cues from.    — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: #WinThisFight: Winning The Fight Against Human Trafficking With Mitzi Perdue  I am delighted to
STS 43 | True Identity
  They say that knowing your identity helps you live a life filled with meaning and purpose. However, many people meander around not knowing their identity. But how do you identify your identity in the first place? On today’s podcast, Jen Du Plessis brings on Chris Westfall to talk about how people can have clarity about who they are, what they want, and what’s meaningful in their life. He also discusses how we can make the shift and reinvent ourselves along with the changing times. They also touch on what leadership means and what comes next after starting with your why. Chris is a sought-after business consultant, communication coach, keynote speaker, author, co-author, or publisher of eight books. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Finding Yourself: How To Discover Your True Identity With Chris Westfall I have a really fun guest with me today. I just can’t wait
STS 42 | Higher Standards
  Entrepreneurs must not only aim to make money, but they must also achieve a ripple effect within their communities by collaborating with other businesses and doing philanthropy work. And this calls for embracing higher standards with the people you work with and influence you. Jen Du Plessis sits down with award-winning author, speaker, and filmmaker Greg Reid to discuss his life that revolves around connecting only with the best people that led to his success. He shares how his entrepreneurship and filmmaking career eventually grew deeper, allowing him to go beyond businesses and helping various charitable institutions. Greg also emphasizes the importance of seeking proper counsel to find your purpose in life instead of just depending on your family for advice. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Finding Success By Embracing Higher Standards With Greg Reid I am delighted to introduce our guest, Dr. Greg Reid,

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