Communication is an essential skill in any industry in order to be an effective individual. Taking it up a notch, Jen De Plessis talks to Natalie Susi about the benefits of conscious communication in line with her work of creating a conscious culture. Natalie gives a preview of the steps and processes she developed to attain this level of communication. Also, understand why it’s necessary to give importance to the intention of your business or actions before you even think of goal setting. She takes the Coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to have a mindset shift and teaches you to push through your personal ditch moments and reach your greater selves. Learn how to deal with triggers that could possibly lead to miscommunication and how you can find the lessons and gratitude within these experiences. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Taking The Steps Towards Conscious Communication
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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.
The world’s most fortunate people are those who are have learned to live life around shattered glass. For TV host, author and keynote speaker, JJ Ramberg, life is all about breakthroughs, but she has been in so many that she isn’t even keeping track at all! Joining Jen Du Plessis on this interview, JJ shares her thoughts around change and breakthroughs, as well as some little juicy tidbits of her breakthrough life. A big advocate of change, JJ sees it not as something to be feared, but something to be welcomed with anticipation. Speaking of breakthroughs, JJ is knee-deep on yet another one! In this episode, she also introduces us to Goodpods, a new podcast curating platform and social podcasting app that takes all the good podcasts out there for everyone to listen and share with their friends. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Living
Moving from success to significance can be a lot easier if you have a dynamic community behind you. That is exactly what Amy Walker and Dr. Monikah Ogando offer at Your Circle Of Influence, a community where six to seven-figure women entrepreneurs can gather to support each other and help each other amplify their success. Monikah is the CEO and Founder of the award-winning firm CEO Mastery, while Amy is a sales author, client acquisition specialist, international speaker, and executive business coach. Taking a break from their busy lives, they join forces to begin making their vision of a women entrepreneurs’ community a reality. Today, they meet with host, Jen Du Plessis, to give us their take on moving from success to significance, beating limiting beliefs and building a successful life around your core values. They also give us a peek of the amazing work they are doing in
Change comes to our bodies whether we decide to accept it or not, but we have the power to make a choice between allowing that change to get the best of us or taking the reins and steering that change to the direction we want it to go. Lifestyle mentor and performance coach, Dai Manuel has had to make that pivotal decision at least twice in his life. At, he decided to take steps to fight obesity and look physically good. In his thirties, he decided to take it up a notch and really focus on investing holistically on his health, not just the external aspects of it. What has he learned from this journey that you can take and apply in your own life? Join in on his conversation with host, Jen Du Plessis, where you will learn about the power of choice, why it’s never too late
Reaching 327 pounds and having a lot of weight-related health issues and a $40,000 credit card debt to boot, Adam Schaeuble hit rock bottom over a decade ago. With a goal to take back control of his life, Adam started on his weight loss journey and, in the process, inspired some people from his hometown to join him. On today’s podcast, he sits down with Jen Du Plessis to talk about the transformation he implemented in his life and his mission to help people achieve their ideal bodies, habits, and lifestyles. Adam is currently a weight loss and fitness coach and a top-ranked podcast host of the show called The Million Pound Mission. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: A Weight Loss And Transformation Journey With Adam Schaeuble I am excited to have our guest, Adam Schaeuble with us. He is the Founder and Podcast Host
Everybody has some type of trauma, and our traumas all tastes and feel different, but they have the same effect: they create a cage around us – our limiting beliefs – that is always there no matter what new tools we may try to get rid of it. On today’s podcast, Keira Poulsen joins Jen Du Plessis to talk about addressing our trauma pain, The Awaken Program, and how we can awaken our hidden gift of healing. Keira is an intuitive energetic healer and has spent the last seventeen years in the world of healing. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Awakening Our Hidden Gift Of Healing With Keira Poulsen We have a great guest with us that I wanted to bring on. Success isn’t just about a tactical approach to everything, but it’s also the mindset. If we can combine those two, then we are
A lot of people found their inspiration not through people, but through written words. An author with a message to share does so with books as the medium. Christine Kloser joins this episode to talk about her journey, struggles, and breakthrough as she got into the world of publishing with the goal to spread her message. She talks about the importance of understanding yourself before starting a book, and working with the right people while making sure you make the correct decisions. Christine covers the difference between a writer and an author and explains the impact of being able to get your message out there and into the lives of your readers. Learn the different factors you need to work on in order to make your book a success, not just for you but your readers as well. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: A Message
Not all successful people find themselves truly happy with their work because it does not speak to the truth of who they are. If you are thinking of making that transition from your long tenure jobs and into something that you are passionate about, then this episode is for you! Jen Du Plessis sits down with the host of the ground-breaking confession-based GFR (Get F’n Real) podcast, Lisa Cherney to talk about being real. After fifteen years in business, Lisa dismantled her successful seven-figure business so that she could chase her dreams. Now, she helps soulful entrepreneurs on similar paths to go after what they want. Lisa shares with us her story and how she is making an impact on other people’s lives. Learn how to overcome the many challenges that come in redefining ourselves and refiguring out who we are. Go deep into the GFR commandments that Lisa is going to share
One of the greatest challenges that has been affecting so many people all over the world is stress. With so much going on every day, in and out of our lives, it has become difficult to avoid falling into the stress trap. But just because we all face it, one way or another, doesn’t mean we can’t overcome it. In this episode, Jen Du Plessis interviews Dr. Elizabeth Hughes, a Stanford-trained physician with more than 25 years of clinical experience treating thousands of patients with stress-related illnesses and having her own life nearly ruined by stress and chronic anxiety. Dr. Hughes shares with us her unconventional medical approach to treating stress-related conditions, moving into non-Western systems around health and healing. She takes us deep into her own unique process to turn off the body’s harmful stress response—from eating to movement and everything in between. Listen in on this insightful discussion
When you have had success, your existence becomes a matter of finding your way to becoming significant and making an impact on the world. For Reinvention Expert Steve Olsher, it is all about identifying the challenge that keeps him motivated, the purpose that he is destined to fulfill in his existence, his “what.” He expounds on this topic as he joins in an insightful conversation with host Jen Du Plessis. An entrepreneur for more than 25 years, Steve is the Chairman and Founder of Liquor.com, author of the New York Times bestseller, What is Your WHAT?, and host of the Reinvention Radio podcast. Through his podcast, books, and speaking engagements, Steve helps people discover the one thing that makes them special and take action to build their legacy through their passion. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Reinventing Your Way From Success To Significance With Steve
The road to becoming and finding success as an entrepreneur can be quite exhausting. Later on, in the sunset of our careers, we might even fall into a slump. One great way to overcome that is by having that guidance with our personal development. In this episode, Jen Du Plessis sits down with J.L. (Jani) Ashmore—an author, international speaker, and consultant—to talk about the inside job entrepreneurs also need to work on to get unstuck from that place of feeling unfulfilled. She shares with us the areas she collectively calls VALUES that can help us fully live our lives and move closer to our fullest potential. As much as we physically strive to achieve success in each of our businesses, it is important to keep what is within ourselves in check. Get inside this great conversation to realign yourself with your business and more. — Watch the episode here: Listen
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