Kids starting businesses?! That's right, Start-Up! Kids Club founder Amber Wakem tells us the low-down on a program started here in Austin, TX that's teaching kids critical life skills and thinking processes through starting real businesses. To learn more about Start-Up! Kids Club, check out http://startupkidsclub.com
Six year old Jack "Master Jack" Culbertson interviews Austinite of the Year and 2-Time TEDx speaker SaulPaul. You won't want to miss Jack's debut interview with this amazing musician with a message! SaulPaul also performs a Creation Curve exclusive remix! You can check out more at http://saulpaul.com
International author and speaker Luc Goulet joins Coach and Kimberly to talk about the effect of thought on ourselves, society, and business. In his new book "Leverage Your Mind," Luc discusses tools to help deprogram and reprogram your mind to be able to move you not just towards your dreams but also move the world to a more positive destination.
In this episode, learn how to stop just being busy and how to start moving your life towards what you love. In traditional CCL fashion, Coach and Kimberly tear down the weird stories in our heads and start asking questions that demand answers about what's really important.
Seth and Lauren, owners and operators of Praxis Coffee Roasters, join Coach and Kimberly for a conversation around coffee, quality, working together as a married couple, a new product that's o-so-delicious, and all the fun things that go into a creative coffee enterprise. Check them out at http://praxiscoffee.com
Now, with improved sound quality! Coach and Kimberly dig into the topic of agency, the ability to select conditions of your choosing. Discussed: He-Man and Skeletor, whether or not you are God, control over your life, the cost of choice, Young Hercules,parenting, great dads, why Coach let a ton of opportunity pass by, and much more! We get deep on this one, gang!
Referenced in this episode: Bruce Hornsby and The Range's "The Way It Is"
Coach's Write A Book In 30 Days Video Course: http://writeabookin30days.com
Steven Hawking going into space: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/stephen-hawking-space-travel-richard-branson-virgin-galactic/
Susan Seay not only manages the of being mom to seven children, she is also leverages those same skills in the marketplace. You won't want to miss the incredibly actionable wisdom that you can start applying in your family AND business immediately!
After you've listened to the episode, you'll want to find out more about Susan and her work at http://susanseay.com !
Kimberly and Coach got jokes in this episode! Oh, and also they talk about preventing conflict from sucking the life out of your team and dollars out of your bank account. Along the way: clown school, old movie theater songs, a language of value, collective intelligence, and how many Coach robots does it take to run a company. Plus, shiny new equipment that you can't see but you can hear the results! Get your free planner at http://creationcurve.com/compass
After a childhood in entertainment surrounded by spin doctors, Don Osmond seeks to tell a company's authentic story. Find out what that means in this episode of Creation Curve Leadership.
You can find out more at http://ozcomm.marketing and contact Don on Twitter at @DonOsmond
Meshell Baker not only talks the talk but walks the walk. She's a motivational speaker and coach who helps people capture their own vision and walk in the direction of their destiny. Catch a free 45 minute strategy session with her at http://meshellbaker.com
Samantha Fagan of Design It Please joins Kimberly and Coach for a value packed episode! Sam talks through connecting clients back to their own story and how that makes for greater results in creative projects. Plus, Buffy, clowns, and many other hijinks ensue! Connect with Sam at http://www.designitplease.com
In Part 1 of The Latte Art Principle, we talk to Sandy and James Hughes, owners of Stouthaus Coffee Pub in Austin, TX, about leadership, latte art, and community. Check out their shop at http://www.stouthauscoffee.com, and stay tuned for part 2 soon!
Coach and Kimberly share stories of balcony nights and inner city high school kids who became computer technicians. Yes, they are related. This episode centers around intentionally choosing the stories that we live and invite others into.
In Part 2 of our interview with Shelley Delayne, we learn what all business need to start saying, how helpful 4-year-olds are, and the beauty of everyday synchronicity. #soorange #betheshelley
Bounce over to http://orangecoworking.com to find out more about Orange and coworking.
In our very first interview episode, we talk to Shelley Delayne, founder of Orange Coworking in Austin, TX, about the journey of creating and constructing a new venture out of nothing. You'll learn about the reality of "reality" television, the secret to learning tango, the supernatural aspect of Craigslist, why Twitter isn't enough, and the weirdness of working out of your home and coffee shops, and a major point of decision that can make or break your venture.