Kimberly D. Scott (that Kimberly)

Kimberly D. Scott (that Kimberly)

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Hello, thank you for listening. My name is Kimberly D. Scott, the woman with 2 first names. I host 2 podcasts:
Industry Celebrities podcast, I interview industry professionals (in any industry) & ask them questions about their industry plus guests share a little advice to their younger self. 2nd podcast, Caregivers Stories, highlighting those who care for their loved ones with Dementia and educate all on Dementia diseases. If you are interested in being on either podcast (@ no charge), please email kimberly@marketingdoer.com or sign up @ www.thatkimberly.com. Thank you again; I appreciate you
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Hello, thank you for listening. My name is Kimberly D. Scott, the woman with 2 first names. I host 2 podcasts:
Industry Celebrities podcast, I interview industry professionals (in any industry) & ask them questions about their industry plus guests share a little advice to their younger self. 2nd podcast, Caregivers Stories, highlighting those who care for their loved ones with Dementia and educate all on Dementia diseases. If you are interested in being on either podcast (@ no charge), please email kimberly@marketingdoer.com or sign up @ www.thatkimberly.com. Thank you again; I appreciate you
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Caregivers Stories: Sue Anne Kirkham, a former caregiver to her father & stepmother and now author
On this episode of Caregivers Stories, Sue Anne Kirkham shares her caring story with me about caring for her father and stepmother. Sue Anne and I agree that becoming a caregiver was challenging, however rewarding at the same time.  Sue Anne shared about her journey assisting her father and stepmother as they struggled with declining health and the onset of dementia. It was 2005, both Sue and her husband at the time had full-time jobs. When her stepmother had the diagnosis, Sue Anne knew that she had to step in and help her father after he told her that he wants to move her to an assisted living. Sue Anne then quit her full-time job and started going over her parent's place every weekday, Monday through Friday. It hasn’t been a smooth journey, but Anne learned so many things that she wants to share with everyone who just found out that their loved one has dementia. She wants to remind every caregiver to expect the unexpected and, and be really patient because just like everyone else who is going through this stage, you're not going to know from day one, how to deal with all of what’s happening. She also highlighted that caregivers should also be patient with the outsiders for these people will not right away understand. One of the many takeaways, do not take things personally, is a tough thing to practice, however, one should always keep their emotions in check.  Listen to the rest of the interview for Kimberly, and Sue Anne’s experience as caregivers for their loved one will give a glimpse of what it is like to be in a reversed situation where they now have to care for a parent. You shouldn’t miss this discussion for you will take their lessons with you as your own.  Learn more about Sue Anne, a freelancer who blogs at Your Recipes for Life and author of Loving Zelda: A Stepdaughter’s Caregiving Journal and connect with her online: FB: https://www.facebook.com/sueanne.kirkham LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sue-anne-kirkham-5ba646a3 Website: https://www.lovingzelda.com/ Website: https://yourecipesforlife.wordpress.com/ Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
19:19
November 4, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Gerda Saunders is an author, mother, wife & living with Microvascular Dementia & has a plan for her death
My name is Kimberly Scott, I am a part-time caregiver and a Podcast Practitioner; I am grateful to have spoken interview Gerda Saunders, author of Memory’s Last Breath: Field Notes on My Dementia. Gerda is living with Dementia; she was 61 years old when she was diagnosed with microvascular dementia. Gerda emigrated to the United States from South Africa in 1984. In 1996 she received a Ph.D. in English from the University of Utah, where she later served as associate director of the Gender Studies Program. When  Gerda and her family noticed her memory lapses, she knew that she had a form of degenerative brain issue. When she finally had herself checked, her MRI showed multiple frontal lobe lesions (microvascular dementia.) Gerda is blessed with a loving family. She was 17, and her husband, Peter, was 19 when they fell in love. Now they have been together for 50 years, and her husband is her primary caregiver. The amazing thing about Gerda and her story is how she and her family worked and communicated together. She has been open to everyone about her condition, and even though this disease is slowly taking some of her skills, she still looks at life with fresh eyes. The acceptance and the courage to face life and not succumb to the negativity it brings is beyond impressive. Listen to the whole interview for Kimberly, and Gerda talked a lot of pain points and wisdom that will open a different avenue about what it’s like to have to live with Dementia. Their conversation will make your heart melt, it will bring tears, and it will also paint a smile on your face. At the end of it, you will surely never forget the lessons they imparted. Learn more about Gerda: Website: https://www.gerdasaunders.com/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/gerda.saunders?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/gerdamsaunders LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerda-saunders-a85381100?trk=author_mini-profile_title Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
33:42
October 23, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Deborah Shouse, author & caregiver, shares her story of caring for her mother
In this episode of Caregivers Stories, I interviewed Deborah Shouse, a writer, speaker, editor, and creativity catalyst. She is the author of Love in the Land of Dementia: Finding Hope in the Caregiver’s Journey.    Deborah shared that when her mother was diagnosed with dementia, it changed her life. Even though things were not the same as it used to be, she continued to find the light in the situation. Like every care partner, as she coins it, the struggle and adjustment are always there, but one should never forget to find ways to make the load lighter. With her mother, what she appreciated the most is the fact that she is growing up, she has been known as someone who had always been a person of significant rules and judgment. When she was able to accept her condition, she was able to let go of that trait; her mother became very playful after. She highlighted that being a care partner for someone living with dementia is one of the most creative and spiritual things you can do because it's new every moment, and you'll never know what's going to happen next.    This journey will not only change one's courses of action, but it will flip everything, including how you deal with what’s coming for you and your loved one.  Listen to the whole interview for Kimberly, and Deborah shared so many great insights about what it is like to be a care partner to their parents and what activities they can do to redirect and help their loved ones enjoy their time with them. These wonderful daughters are hoping to spread awareness, so please share with friends and family. A small act of sharing can go a long way, for we will never know who needs to hear this conversation. Learn more and connect with Deborah Shouse: https://dementiajourney.org https://twitter.com/deborahshouse https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQfJMweUZaXZPkk71pzuvHQ Email: myinfo@pobox.com Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast (it is free): https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
29:14
October 17, 2019
Industry Celebrities Podcast: Ian Mattingly, President of LumaCorp gives advice to his younger self
The full episode of Industry Celebrities podcast, with Ian Mattingly, President of LumaCorp. Kimberly interviews Ian about how and when he came into the family business at LumaCorp Inc. Ian gives advice to his younger self that will bring the value you to anyone that listens and watches this episode. If you want to connect with Ian Mattingly, you can do so on LinkedIn @ianmattinglycpm  or visit LumaCorp website: https://www.lumacorp.com/ Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
24:23
October 13, 2019
Industry Celebrities: Jon Umstead, founder of Plan Canva and expert in Software & Goal setting industry
On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Jon Umstead, founder of Plan Canvas and expert in software & goal setting. Jon shares his journey to becoming an entrepreneur and why he feels he offers a unique perspective in his industry.  Learn more about Jon: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jon-umstead-mba-70811b7/ Plan Canvas here: https://www.plancanvas.net/ Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
16:00
October 13, 2019
Industry Celebrities: Dottie Gandy, a Transformative Speaker shares "why not her"
On this episode of Industry Celebrities, I sit down with Dottie Gandy, a powerful and transformative speaker, dedicated to inspiring the world to say "Why Not!" instead of "Why Me?"  Dottie shares with me how she got started as well as how she uses the wisdom of past experiences to engage, entertain and inspire us to see life's circumstances differently. Dottie and I talk about one of the proudest moments and why challenging life circumstances are not dead ends but, rather, opportunities to say yes to life. Dottie deeply believes in the power that lies within us all, and through her contagious enthusiasm for life, she leaves us ready and able to start saying "Why not!". Connect with Dottie Gandy on LinkedIn and Facebook. FB: https://www.facebook.com/dottie.gandy.7  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dottiegandy/  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avw
24:24
October 9, 2019
Industry Celebrities: Gia Jordan, Real Estate Investor shares her passion and advice to her younger self
#industrycelebrities This episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott, Podcast Practitioner, interviews Real Estate Investor, Gia Jordan.  Understanding the mind of an investor,  as Gia shared, is one of the first things that you should learn before venturing into the whole selling business. Educating yourself and looking for a mentor to help you understand the process is vital for your success in this part of the industry. Watching a video or two will give you an overview but it won't prepare you for everything that comes with being a real estate investor.  Gia also highlighted her advice to her younger self, and it’s the following: number one is to remember that she does not need anyone's permission to live her life. The second is everyone "faking it" and doesn’t really know everything that they are doing. These definitely are one of the two things that we should remind ourselves each time we want to do something in our lives.  Make sure to listen to the entire interview because these lovely ladies shared a whole lot of wonderful insights about the industry that they are in and the lessons that came along with it.  Learn more about Gia: IG: the_kaizen_investor_ Email Address: jordan@percivalherald.com  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/  Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
22:51
October 9, 2019
Industry Celebrities: Heather Parady, show host, & producer of #LinkedInLeaders & Unconventional Leaders Podcast
In this episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott, Podcast Practitioner, interviews Heather Parady, show host, and producer of #LinkedInLeaders and Unconventional Leaders Podcast.  Have you ever noticed that you’ve always just done things a little bit differently? Have you been thinking about having the freedom that you want and not be bound by lock-in schedules and deadlines? Most of us are sticking to our 9 to 5 jobs because it’s something that we believe is the most stable way to earn. And some like Heather, who has a courageous soul, stepped away from the corporate world to follow what she’s passionate about. She became obsessed with the idea that you can create something from nothing and also being able to build something as big as you want.  Some may think that it’s odd for someone to leave their office jobs and start a business on the internet. But as our technology is evolving, so many types of business popped up in the past few years. With the internet as one of the main reasons why it’s relatively easy to come up with something new and not worry about how it would reach the target audience you need, so many people are moving from the traditional way of making a living.  Listen to the rest of the podcast for Heather talked about what she loved about podcasting, how it changed her life, and what advice would she give to her younger self.  Learn more and connect with Heather: IG: https://www.instagram.com/heatherparady/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/pg/UnconventionalLeaders/posts/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heatherparady Website:https://www.heatherparady.com/  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
14:13
October 1, 2019
Industry Celebrities: Kim Croft talks about why her career path changed from academia to health and wellness
On this episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly interviews Kim Croft, the Executive Regional Vice President, and Independent Consultant at Arbonne International.  Kim grew up in Miami and lived in New York City on her first career as an Administrative Coordinator at Columbia University. She always had an interest in international relations and was always looking for where she could make an impact to change the world. She loved and enjoyed what she was doing, but it came to a point where she hated her life. She found that she did not like what life looked like when she was doing the things that she wanted. She loved the topics and the content but what she actually wanted was to travel, be location-independent, have all the free time and make a lot more money.  Now Kim is currently a consultant for a network marketing company, promoting health and wellness, along with the mission to not just create healthy strategies for individuals but also help people develop their business in the wellness industry. With this, she found a whole new meaning to her life, and she loves it. Looking back, she is thankful for the hard times because she understands that everything that happened to her led her to where she really wanted to be.  Listen to the rest of the podcast for Kim’s story will make you pause and think about what you are currently doing. Are you happy and fulfilled with the job that you have? We will be spending 75% of our time working, and we might as well spend it with what resonates most to our passion and goals in life.  Learn more about Kim:  https://www.arbonne.com/pws/kimcroft/tabs/about-me.aspx FB: https://www.facebook.com/kim.croft.7 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kim-croft-17004422 Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
25:01
September 27, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Tara Reed former caregiver, author of What To Do Between the Tears, shares her story
On this episode of Caregivers Stories, Kimberly interviews Tara Reed, former caregiver, artist, author of What To Do Between the Tears and the founder of Pivot to Happiness. As an artist by profession, Tara has been making beautiful art for over 15 years and is currently represented by Roaring Brook Licensing. She entered the world of caregiving when her father was diagnosed way back in 2012. Since her parents lived 4 miles away from her, she would usually visit them two to three times a year. Everything changed when they knew about the diagnosis. Her father was a professor, a brilliant man with a brilliant mind. Before they had him checked, the early signs were not entirely apparent for he was good at handling himself. They all thought that the signs were just because of old age, but her mom (as the person who was living under the same roof as ) him knew something was wrong. As things were getting worse, they finally decided to have him checked by a neurologist, that was when they got the confirmation that he indeed has dementia. Accepting the news was a lot harder for her dad than to them, but since their dad needed all the support to lift his spirits, they made sure to do provide him all that he needed. It was a tough journey for her and her family, and as a way for her deal with what she was going through she started writing her book. As she went on pouring her heart out, she was able to document all the great things that are worth sharing to everybody who needed it. And the was the birth of “What To Do Between the Tears.” As a child to a parent who was diagnosed with Dementia, she highlighted how important it is to organize the legal documents, like getting the power of attorney, making sure that the financial and medical matters are all sorted out because it would be difficult and costly if it will not be done right away. She also stated that communication is vital with all the people involved because it can tear a family apart really quickly especially if nobody talked about it until there’s an emergency. Once everything is planned it is also best to know the strengths and weaknesses of those who will be in direct contact with the loved one who is diagnosed for it should be a round-robin and everybody should look out for each other’s mental health because no one is that strong to handle everything all at once. Listen to the rest of the interview for Kimberly and Tara shared a lot of vital information that people should know when a loved one is diagnosed with Dementia. If you want to know more about Tara’s website and if you want to connect with her, visit https://pivottohappy.com/, you can also buy her book at Amazon and Kindle. Connect with Tara on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/artisttarareed IG: https://www.instagram.com/artisttarareed/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/TaraReedDesigns/ Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect with Kimberly on FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly   Youtube: https://youtu.be/aaoFgfcE3js
30:03
September 20, 2019
Industry Celebrities: Jennifer Vaughan Herold shares how she went from Marketing to Professional Coaching
On this episode of Industry Celebrities podcast, Kimberly Scott interviews Jennifer Vaughan Herold, a certified coach and the founder and CEO of Vaughan Herold LLC. Before Jennifer founded her company, she started her professional career in marketing. After 15 years in the corporate environment, she took a leap to follow her calling as a coach. This all started when Jennifer reached her peak and wasn't enjoying what she was doing anymore. Someone in her circle said that she should go to a coaching class, just to see if it was a fit. It was a weekend course, discussing the fundamentals and overview to start to learn about the broader program. At the end of the first day, she couldn't look the instructors in the eyes. She was just so overwhelmed because at that moment she felt for the first time that it was what she was made to do. She loves the feeling of being able to help somebody become better at what they do and go through things that are not always easy to work through. Now she has been in the industry for 5 years, and her advice to those who want to start a career as a coach is to work on one's self first.  She wants to encourage anybody interested in it to find what work you need to do on yourself. Like knowing what your triggers are: what motivates you, what really gets you up in the morning, what do you have to offer and who do you need to look to and lean on that can be a teacher in your life.  Listen to the rest of the interview for Kimberly and Jennifer talked a whole lot of incredible life lessons that you will remember for the rest of your life. Learn more about Jennifer: https://www.vaughanherold.com/ Connect: IG: https://www.instagram.com/jvherold/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.herold.338 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-herold Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://youtu.be/xm6MCZBsBJo
17:21
September 18, 2019
Industry Celebrities: Joanie Stallo gives relocation & apartment locating industry advice
On this episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly Scott interviews Joanie Stallo, a licensed realtor and apartment locator based in DFW area. (Texas) Ever heard of stories about someone who accidentally stumbled on the path they’re currently taking and become successful in it? Well, Joanie has a different story. Ever since she was in high school, she knew what she wanted, and that was to walk on the path of the multifamily industry. It all started when she had a friend who was working for Lincoln Property. She was amazed by how her friend described the work that she had. She worshipped the ground that she walked on and aspired to have a job like hers in the future. She got so obsessed with the idea of being a part of the industry that when a brand new apartment community popped up in their neighborhood, she couldn’t help but stalk them for months until she was finally able to grab the work that she had been dreaming to have. And the funny part was she was only 17 at that time. Joanie also shared what she loved the most about her job, and that is being able to ease the transition of moving and helping people find the best location that they will be able to call their home. And for those who want to be a part of the real estate industry, her main advice is to always put value and importance with educating one’s self about the industry and how to build relationships with clients who they will be working with. Listen to the rest of the interview for this time, both Joanie and Kimberly shared what their advice would be for their younger self. These two ladies will not fail to give you one of the most important reminders that you need to hear today. Connect: askjoanie@gmail.com FB: https://m.facebook.com/Jstallo/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/jstallo/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joanie-stallo-2b876941 YT: https://youtu.be/xr8wS2yPfu8 Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
19:19
September 13, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Loretta Veney, trainer, motivational speaker and author of Being My Mom's Mom
#caregiversstories #thatkimberly On this episode of Caregivers Stories, Kimberly interviews Loretta Veney, trainer, motivational speaker and author of Being My Mom's Mom.  Does the idea of your mother not being able to care of herself as she grows old worries you? We all have that fear, and at the back of our minds, we’d always hope for our parents to remain healthy for the rest of their lives. But that’s not always the case, because with aging comes frailty.  In this interview, you will have a glimpse of Loretta’s caregiving journey.  Her mother was 77 years old when she was diagnosed with dementia. Just like anyone who had this disease, it all started with the little things like missing on activities and forgetting the usual routines. She shared that her mother would never miss her Tai Chi class for anything, but there was this time when she did. Loretta shared that at first it seemed odd and it could’ve been one of the most significant signs, but they just let it slip. When things started pilling up, that’s when they decided to have her checked with her general practitioner, and that’s when they found out that she had early-onset dementia.  For the last four years, Loretta has been speaking about dementia and caregiving all throughout the United States in hopes of sharing her journey and the lessons she learned so others could be more prepared for this diagnosis.  Listen to the rest of the interview, for these two ladies will surely give you vital information that could help you and anybody become more knowledgeable about this cognitive disease.   Learn more about  Loretta: https://lorettaveney.com/ Connect:  FB: https://www.facebook.com/lwveney LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/loretta-veney-b03a124/  YT: https://youtu.be/gyeIA5yrN94 Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
26:08
September 11, 2019
Industry Celebrities Episode: Kristin Sizemore, Cancer Survivor and Vice President at Bohannon Development Corporation
#industrycelebrities #multifamily On this episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott, Podcast Practitioner, interviews Kristin Sizemore, Vice President at Bohannon Development Corporation. Kristin has been in the multifamily industry for 32 years. She started with leasing apartments and after nine months of working part-time, she became a full-time manager. She shared that one of the main reason why she remained in the industry is that she loves connecting with people and have always appreciated the beauty of the business since she has an opportunity to make a difference in where someone will be moving and how people process that big change in their life. Kristin is a firm believer that if you enjoy people and working with people and also love the idea of you making a difference with people then the multifamily probably is a good business for you. She also shared her piece of advice to her younger self and that is to learn how to be comfortable with the uncomfortable. Because as things come about with your business, the things you haven't experienced before will create a little bit of fear, but that's part of the learning and decision-making process. It also best to remind yourself that you're not always going to get it right, but you'll know better the next time.   Listen to the rest of the podcast for Kristin also shared her breast cancer journey. How she turned "her mess" into a learning opportunity not just for herself but for everybody who is fighting and even those families with a loved one who is diagnosed with breast cancer. She hopes to spread awareness for everyone in the community to know more about the things that they can do and how much support they can get from the organization in their local area. El Paso Apartment Association and EPPA  is partnering up with Stand with Estela Fund and would want to invite everybody to wear pink on Wednesdays this coming October, to show support to everybody going through breast cancer. Learn more about Kristin: Connect: https://www.bohannondevelopment.com/aboutus/ Stand with Estela: https://payments.epcf.org/estela El Paso Apartment Association: http://www.epaa.org/ Email: kristin@bodev.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristin-sizemore-80b21511 YouTube Ep: https://youtu.be/nQ5WcBlhYzs Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
17:02
September 4, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Marianne Sciucco, RN, Author and co-founder AlzAuthors shares her caregiving journey
#caregiversstories #alzauthors  Caregivers Stories episode Kimberly D. Scott interviews Marianne Sciucco a registered nurse, author and co-founder of Alzauthors.  As a child, Marianne dreamed of becoming a writer when she grew up. She studied English and creative writing and got a job as a journalist after she graduated. But then she realized that it was not working for her. So she then decided to take up nursing for she wanted a career where she will be able to help people. Her very first job was in a long-term care facility, then as her career bloomed, she became a case manager and it was during one of her shift at work in that job where she met the couple that becomes the characters on her first novel, “Blue Hydrangeas, an Alzheimer's Love Story”. With her novel in place, it eventually morphed into her current project which is Alzauthors, a global community of writers who are writing about all dementia from their personal experience.  After Marianne’s novel was published, she found herself living her own story for her stepfather got diagnosed with dementia. She was the one responsible for him, for he signed her to be his health care proxy and power of attorney. With the trust that was given to her, she took care of his legal, medical and financial needs and at the same time dealt with her mother’s health problems and decline.  With her juggling her career, family and becoming a caregiver, she shared that once the doctor confirms the dementia diagnosis, the next step that needs to be done is to visit the attorney's office and start the paperwork. The legal matter needs to be taken care of right away because once the person is deemed no longer competent then they can't sign any documents. Making it hard to process things on behalf of your loved one.  Listen to the rest of the interview for Marianne highlighted the steps on what you need to do, how you can get the information that you need and the importance of knowing how to handle not just your loved one's needs but also your needs as a caregiver. There are so many pain points that Kimberly and Marianne discussed in this interview that you shouldn’t miss. Spare a little of your time for it's guaranteed that you will forever carry the lessons they'll impart.  Learn more about Marianne: https://mariannesciucco.com/ Connect: mariannesciucco@gmail.com  Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarianneSciucco Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/marianne.sciucco.1/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marianne-sciucco Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
30:26
September 3, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Peggy Bushy, Author of Lewy, Mom & Me shares how she went from daughter to caregiver to her mother
#caregiversstories #lewybodydementia According to the Lewy Body Dementia Association, Lewy body dementia affects more than 1 million individuals in the United States. A lot of new cases are identified over a specific period, but it is widely accepted to be highly underdiagnosed and is the most frequently misdiagnosed form of dementia. On this episode of Caregiver Stories, Kimberly D. Scott, interviews Peggy Bushy author of Lewy, Mom and Me.  Peggy shared her share of struggle when her mom was affected with one. Her mother was around 50 years old when she started hallucinating. She would tell wild stories that became so vivid, she would say there were men in her bed. Peggy did not know what was going on. At first, she thought she had elderly schizophrenia but when her cousin told her to search Lewy body dementia, she knew that it matches with what her mother has.  So she made an appointment to have her checked. She tried to tell her mother’s primary care doctor about what she suspected, but she was just told that her mother was fine. After jumping from one appointment to another and not getting any help at all, Peggy decided to join a support group. This was where she met the person who recommended a neurologist who finally was able to diagnose her mother correctly. This took her about six months after to get her properly diagnosed and put her mother on medication.  Listen to the whole interview for Peggy and Kimberly discussed a handful of information that will help you and anybody close to you to know more about Lewy body dementia. Don’t forget to share this information with your social media accounts to raise awareness. A small click of the share button can go a long away.  Learn more about Peggy: https://peggybushy.com/ Connect with Peggy on FB: https://www.facebook.com/lewybodyawareness/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peggy-bushy-58666136 Twitter: https://twitter.com/peggybushy?lang=en Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
22:48
August 30, 2019
Industry Celebrities: Rachel Ani Gives Hair & Beauty Industry Advice & Why She loves being a Hair Stylist
This episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Rachel Ani, a talented licensed hairstylist and makeup artist at Salon D.   In 2002, after Rachel graduated, she started her basics at the University of North Texas. After she finished her freshmen year, she was offered by her uncle, Ardem Keshishian - the owner of Salon D - to work as a part-time receptionist at his Salon. With her background in makeup, she used the opportunity to hone her skills by doing events like weddings, proms, and special occasions. While working at the salon, she had thought about going to cosmetology school. The turning point was when she was sitting in her accounting class and she felt like she was drowning by being there. She never went back after that because she knew that she did not want to be trapped on something she did not want to do. This decision made her parents upset. It’s understandable because every parent would want their child to be able to finish a degree.  What’s admirable about Rachel is the fact that she was brave enough to pursue what she was really passionate about. Her heart belonged behind the chair so she took a leap and studied Cosmetology at Paul Mitchell School and graduated with honors. The beauty industry gave sparks of joy to Rachel because aside from creating and immensely improving her client's beauty, she loved the feeling of being with clients who were always happy to get pampered by her. This was the kind of joy that made her love her work even more.  So to all those who wanted to get into the beauty industry, she wants to remind all the aspiring hair and makeup stylists to be prepared, to always take the challenge on doing something out of your comfort zones and never stop improving yourself because these are the best ways to hone your skills.  Looking back, after every road that she traveled, her piece of advice for her younger self and to those who are feeling unsure on which road to take for their career is to take the time to explore all the options and to never follow someone's cookie cutter mold they put out for your life. Listen to your heart, ponder on what career you want for yourself and know what it’s going to take to get you there without fully worrying on the dollar amount that goes with that career.  Connect with  Rachel Ani online https://www.rachelani.com/  IG: @theRachelAni LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/therachelani/ Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
28:42
August 26, 2019
Caregivers Stories Podcast: Tracey S. Lawrence, Author of Dementia Sucks A Caregivers Journey – With Lessons Learned shares her caregiver's story
 Caregivers Stories podcast, Kimberly interviews Tracey Lawrence, Speaker-Trainer, Family Coach and Author of Dementia Sucks A Caregivers Journey – With Lessons Learned. Way back in 2003 Tracey had a successful career in graphic arts and was living with her husband in New Jersey while her parents were living a happy retirement in Florida. It was spring when she visited them. She remembered it so well because that was the time she found out that things were not going great for her father. There was a lot of cross complicating illness, and he had been misdiagnosed several times. It was Tracey who figured out that her dad had vascular dementia because he had coronary heart disease. Her father wished not to prolong his life and so around a year after he passed away. Her mother remained in Florida for a while, but when things started to become hard for her to live alone, Tracey asked her husband if her mother could live with them. Her husband agreed, so they packed her things and moved her to their home.  It was 2010 when they moved her to be with them permanently, and she died on her 64th wedding anniversary, the year 2015. So over five years, her mother experienced every kind of caregiving on the caregiving spectrum. From a combination of living with Tracey and having to hire people in the home to help them and at the end of her life, she was on Hospice in a group home. As a way to cope with the rollercoaster ride that Tracey was on, she poured her heart out on a journal. She blogged her experience and gained a lot of followers. She was glad that she recorded it because she realized that the book she wanted to write already exists. After polishing it, she found someone who helped her and she got a publishing deal in July 2017. The book aims to help readers to understand the process of realization that your loved one is developing this problem and the kinds of things that you really need to do to prepare yourself for it. It also highlighted the importance of self-care for caregivers have the tendency to forget to take of oneself. Listen to the rest of the interview for these two wonderful daughters shared their experience on what is it like to become a caregiver to a parent who has dementia. Don’t miss the chance to hear their heartwarming stories and the remarkable lessons that came along with it.  Visit Tracey's website or connect and follow her on IG, Twitter, FB and LinkedIn Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on the podcast by visiting ThatKimberly.com Connect on: FB, Linkedin, IG, Twitter and Youtube
28:39
August 16, 2019
Industry Celebrities Podcast: Stacy Westbay, the founder of Revenue Edge shares advice to her younger self and more
On this episode of Industry Celebrites Podcast, Kimberly interviews Stacy Westbay, the founder of Revenue Edge. Stacy holds an MBA in Finance from Southern Methodist University. A firm dedicated to assisting multifamily organizations by providing revenue management solutions.   Before she became a seasoned professional in the Multifamily Real Estate, she started her career as a part-time leasing consultant for JPI in 1996 then while she entered grad school, she interned at Verde Apartment Communities. She was an Asset Manager and eventually became their Vice President of Asset Management. After Verde Apartment Communities sold to Camden, Stacy decided there was a need to teach others about revenue management and started Revenue Edge. With revenue management, she had the opportunity to help people on their strategic initiatives from a pricing perspective and also get to focus on helping those who don't have a deep understanding about what revenue management is and how it can help their business.   She shared what she liked the most about working in the industry, and it’s being able to channel her passion for educating people on the business side. She enjoyed imparting her knowledge and expertise to non-believers for she knows that she can make them believe in the system that her company is offering.  Listen to the rest of the episode where Stacy shares some valuable pieces of advice for her younger self and those who want to be a part of the multifamily industry.   Check out her website.  Connect with her on LinkedIn and Revenue Edge's Facebook page Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast at ThatKimberly.com Connect on: FB, LinkedIn, IG, Twitter, and Youtube
13:40
August 5, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Lisa skinner author of Not All Who Wander Need Be Lost: Stories of Hope for Families Facing Alzheimer’s and Dementia
 Kimberly D. Scott, a former Video Girl, and now Podcast Practitioner interviews Lisa skinner author of Not All Who Wander Need Be Lost: Stories of Hope for Families Facing Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Lisa is a behavior specialist dedicated to helping families understand the behaviors that are associated with dementia-related illnesses and the challenges they face on a day to day basis. She entered the world of dementia 40 plus years ago when her grandmother started to display some pretty bizarre behavior. It turned out she had some form of dementia, which at that time did not have a concrete label yet. She was just a teenager at that time, and over the years as she grew, eight of her family members was diagnosed with dementia. She discussed the lacking comprehensive understanding of brain diseases, the behaviors that are associated with it, and how to respond to it accordingly. Her book is one of the most needed guidelines to navigating the challenges of having a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or other dementias. It provides the tools that people need to have a better understanding about the disease that will help everyone grasp what's happening with their loved one and to know how to respond to the different behaviors because even though a person might have dementia, it does not mean that he or she is lost to the world. Listen to the rest of the interview for Lisa and Kimberly exchanged handful information about how to handle a person with dementia and how to cope up with the rollercoaster ride that comes along with taking care of someone who has no short term memory.  To check Lisa books visit amazon.com. Connected with Lisa on LinkedIn and FB. Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: here Connect, Listen, Collaborate on: FB, IG, LinkedIn, Twitter and Youtube
34:20
August 1, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Author Leah Stanley shares how she juggled caring for her Grandparents as she became a new mother
Kimberly D. Scott, interviews Leah Stanley, Alzheimer’s and Dementia speaker and author of Goodnight, Sweet: A Caregiver’s Long Goodbye.  In this episode, Leah also shared how important it is to take the time to talk to the doctor who's diagnosing the patient and learn more about the type of dementia that your loved one has. This will not only let you understand the symptoms but it’s also for you to be equipped on what you need to do as a caregiver.    After her grandparents passed away, Leah felt the need to write down their journey to share what they have experienced and to help those who needed guidance as a caregiver to someone who has Alzheimer’s and dementia. The book as she describes it details her entire experience from the moment she received the first phone call to settling their estate nearly four years later.  Listen to the rest of the interview for Leah and Kimberly discussed a whole lot of stories and insights that will help your caregiving journey a little less difficult.  To check Leah’s book, visit Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com and learn more on Leah's website.  Connect or follow Leah on FB, Twitter, LinkedIn Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast by visiting ThatKimberly.com Connect or Follow Kimberly on FB, LinkedIn, IG, Twitter, and Youtube 
30:41
July 30, 2019
Industry Celebrities: Jermaine Hagan shares how he got started in wellness
On this episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly interviews Jermaine Hagan, the CEO of Harmony Herb Company. Jermaine is a self-taught health guru, and his company offers healing alternatives, dietary planning, and life coaching workshops to help in preventing disease and restoring health. He and his team believe that health is wealth, and their goal is to help people achieve optimal mental and physical well-being. He grew up in a big family in Los Angeles, California, and ever since he was small, he was already inquisitive. He would tend to ask a lot of questions, and he always made sure to look for its answers. This positive trait became a gateway for him to open a company that extensively offers help to those who wanted to achieve health and wellness in a natural way. He explains that love is the highest vibration of healing and so if we all want to maintain balance and be of sound mind and body, we should all learn to take care of ourselves.  As someone who has been in the industry for 20 years, he shared his advice to his younger self; the first would be to look through life through the lens of ‘Everything is your teacher.” Because life itself is a University of Learning, and even as we grow old, we should never stop learning new things. And second, would be is to never compare yourself to others for you have your own unique path in life. These two things are one of the most important things that we should all take a note from.  To connect with Jermaine on LinkedIn, Insta, FB and YouTube. You can also learn more at his website. Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast at thatKimberly.com.  Connect on: FB, LinkedIn,  IG, Twitter, and Youtube
12:19
July 24, 2019
Industry Celebrities: John Bower shares his advice on Church Planting
#industrycelebrities #churchplanting  On this episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly got a chance to talk to an old friend, John S. Bower and his passion for people and Church Planting.  John shares with Kimberly how he goes from Apartment Industry to Lead Pastor and an Elder of Normandy Community Church.  John shared how he discovered his passion for people. He always had this inkling fascination with helping and building incredible relationships. That is when he wanted to start Church Planting, a friend of him told him not to, but this did not stop him because he had a vision and he took every chance he had to start the organization.  He did not just enjoy having and processing his vision he also loved seeing other people’s vision come true. He found his true calling and now he is on a mission to help others find theirs. One of the pieces of advice that he wants to plant in our minds, is to be grateful always. This is a note for us, to remind ourselves to live in the moment and just trust the process because everything that we do, will lead us to where we should be.  If you want to learn more about John and Normandy Church visit their website or connect with John on IG, FB and LinkedIn.  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast visit ThatKimberly.com or connect with me on FB, Linkedin, IG, Twitter and Youtube 
18:46
July 24, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Jane Marks, former Executive Director of the Alzheimer’s Association, West Virginia chapter to Caregiver to educating others on SandwhichCare
On this episode of Caregivers Stories Podcast, Kimberly interviews Jane Marks, former Executive Director of the Alzheimer’s Association, West Virginia chapter and currently running the website SandwichCaring.com.  For 21 years she offered her expertise in running non-profit organizations and transforming complicated sets of circumstances into a person-centered solution. When she started working at the Alzheimer's Association, she became immersed in the world of dementia and got the chance to work along with caregivers and medical practitioners. But after 13 years of serving, she retired from her post, for she needed to take care of her mother as her illness progressed. She shared that just like all those who were diagnosed with dementia, her mother wasn't following any set pattern, but she noticed some changes, and at that time, a newly coined term was given for her condition: mild cognitive impairment.  During one of the seminars that she attended, she was able to talk to a neurologist who encouraged her to have her mother checked. When they did, they found out that she had Parkinson's with some form of dementia. Jane did not know that her mother felt the tremors internally. Her handwriting changed, she started to have some balance issues, her voice had gotten much softer, and at that time, she did not know that these were all symptoms of Parkinson's. This was when she learned that one of the biggest misconceptions about dementia is that you have to have a specific diagnosis and have a similar set of pattern to be able to tell that one has dementia. As one of the broadest and complex diseases, our philosophy should be changed from following just one set of guidelines, to dealing with whatever manifestation is showing. We need to get rid of the idea that everybody is going to go through a similar pattern because there aren’t any stages and everybody will have a different set of experience. Caregivers and the family members should assess carefully on what will work for their loved one who is diagnosed because what might work for others might not work for them. She also pointed out that even though when things will get really tough, one should never forget to take care of oneself because to fully take care of someone, we need to take care of ourselves too.  Often caregivers ignore the fact that they too are experiencing trauma. Disregarding mental health can cause a lot of problems and would eventually cause a hindrance from fully functioning. It would be best to always check on yourself, to not be ashamed of admitting that you too are going through a tough time and you need help.  Listen to the rest of the interview as Kimberly and Jane shared so many heart-tugging stories and lessons from their experience as a caregiver for their mom. Make sure to check out Jane’s page at Sandwichcaring.com or connect with Jane on LinkedIn.  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: ThatKimberly.com  Connect and listen to other podcasts: FB, Linkedin, IG, Twitter, and Youtube  
24:44
July 17, 2019
Industry Celebrities podcast: Anne Sadovsky shares Multifamily Industry Advice
On this episode of Industry Celebrities, I am blessed to interview an industry legend and my friend, Anne Sadovsky. Connect with Anne http://annesadovsky.com/ FB: @annesadovsky LinkedIn: @annesadovsky Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
20:52
July 15, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Vicki Tapia shares her story of being the primary caregiver to her parents
On this episode of Caregivers Stories, Vicki Tapia, author of Somebody Stole My Iron and Co-Founder of AlzAuthors.com shares invaluable insights that will help anyone that is traveling down the same road of being the primary caregiver to their parents. Vicki also shares why she co-founded AlzAuthors.com, which is a community of authors with the mission to share Alzheimer’s and dementia stories to light the way of others. If you know someone that could use Vicki’s knowledge, share the episode and if you want to know more about Vicki, visit her website at www.vickitapia.com and www.alzauthors.com. You can also connect with Vicki on: Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn   Listen to other episodes and signup to be a guest on a podcast: click Connect on with me:  Facebook , Linkedin, Instagram, Twitter and listen to more episodes on Youtube
24:51
July 9, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Don Desonier shares how he became a caregiver to his wife and then started helping others
Before entering the world of caregiving, Don was an attorney for 43 years. Everything changed when his wife Nancy, got diagnosed with MCI (Mild Cognitive Impairment) way back in 2008. He became her primary caregiver for 2 years and a half. But the scary part happened, the disease progressed rapidly and Don had no choice but to send her to memory care on 2010. It was a difficult and painful decision for him, but he knew that it was the best thing to do. On July 4th, 2012, while the whole country celebrated Independence Day, Nancy was taken to heaven and was forever freed from the shackles of her unforgiving disease.   He shared his knowledge about dementia and how important it is to have a better understanding of how to handle people who are diagnosed with the irreversible disease. He highlighted that the best approach to take care of somebody with dementia is what he calls a “person-centered” approach, where you approach the person with dementia as a viable human being because even if they were a doctor or a nurse or an engineer before, just because they have dementia, it doesn't mean they're no longer smart. They’re the same human being and we all have to remember that they're just having issues now that are making it difficult for them to recall or remember. They should be treated with love and respect because, during this period in their lives, it’s important for them to have that compassion and patience from their loved ones. It may be hard at first and it will take time for both the primary caregivers and the entire family and friends to accept and get used to, but as time goes by, everyone should slowly learn to live at the moment, to find humor on things, to never stop doing activities that are enriching to the mind and body and to find a support group for there is nothing to be ashamed of with asking for help.  Listen to the entire interview for Don and Kimberly have a handful of incredible viewpoints and lessons that we all could use. Male caregivers should not miss this as well because Don’s pieces of advice will surely help and inspire you.  If you want to know more about him and the services he offers, check out his website at https://www.transitionsindementiacare.com  Don provides a free 30-minute consultation. Contact Don at 206-779-1634. You can also send him an email at dontransitions2@gmail.com Connect with him on LinkedIn  or Twitter Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast at That Kimberly
30:30
July 3, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Shane Clements shares her story
I had a chance to talk with Shane Clements, she shared her story about her mother and how everything started with her being diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. She was only 23 when that happened and the doctors told her that her mother could live with the lung cancer if they were able to keep it small. She went through a lot of chemotherapy but around January the tumor started growing after 8 months her cancer has spread from her lungs to her brain.  These are one of the tough ordeals that we all have to face, to be prepared for something we wish we all could escape. No child or parent would ever want to go through something this painful but a conversation should be initiated about what if you live, what and where, and what should someone do if you can't take care of yourself. The tough call of laying everything out may be hard but it is better for us to plan these things ahead so that we will not pass this painful burden to all our loved ones because it will also be a heavy load for them to carry. Make that important conversation, no matter how hard it might be because it is for the best of everybody. Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/
18:13
June 25, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Dr. Elizabeth Shulman shares why she wrote “Sanctuary in the Midst of Alzheimer's: A Ministry for Husbands & Wives Caring for a Spouse with Dementia"
This episode of Caregivers Stories, Dr. Elizabeth Shulman, the author of “Sanctuary in the Midst of Alzheimer's: A Ministry for Husbands and Wives Caring for a Spouse with Dementia”. They talked about their loved ones who were diagnosed with dementia and how it changed their perspective about caregiving.  Self-love and self-care are one of the main things that caregivers give the least priority. The wives, husbands, and children who become the primary caregiver become trapped into guilt, thinking that they do not deserve to get their “me time." When Elizabeth’s husband was diagnosed with late on-set paranoid schizophrenia and obsessive-compulsive disorder, the increasing responsibility of caring for an ill husband changed the roles in their marriage. And just like most of the caregivers, she temporarily lost her own sense of self to caregiving. It was not until she began her chaplain residency in a Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) program that she placed value to her own identity as a spousal caregiver. Eventually, with the help of her supervisor, she shared her story. She was also able to listen to hundreds of husbands, wives, children and significant others tell their stories of caregiving for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. Their stories and her experience, coupled with research from literature and scripture that speaks to the challenges of caregiving became the backbone of her book. Learn more: https://elizabethshulman.com/ Connect with Elizabeth:  Linkedin:https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-shulman-d-min-stna-317b195a/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/Sanctuary-in-the-Midst-of-Alzheimers-565882430566594/ Website: https://sanctuaryinthemidst.com Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect with Kimberly: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
19:23
June 24, 2019
Caregivers Stories this week, Angela Dicks shares her story of caring for her mother
   This episode of Caregivers Stories, Kimberly interviewed Angela Dicks, the author of Living Within Their Shadows, a resource for dementia and Alzheimer's caregivers that contains tried and proven strategies, tips and insights from A-Z gained from Angela’s decades of personal experience. Her book is a must read for everyone, especially for caregivers who have a loved one diagnosed with any type of dementia. You can order it on Amazon, click here:  https://www.amazon.com/Living-Within-Their-Shadows-Caregivers/dp/0692914854/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1500926442&sr=8-1&keywords=living+within+their+shadows&fbclid=IwAR293O9ydviNlszFrOjs11CCo8a6AtfW8PSxYdK7AMN3XJJ6X2xRfJpmE0I   If you want to reach her, you can send her an email to ard.simplifyingnow@gmail.com or connect with Angela on LinkedIn. Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
32:35
June 24, 2019
Caregivers Stories: Denise Zinser talks about being her Grandmother's caregiver
On this episode of Caregivers Stories, Kimberly interviews Denise Zinser. She shares many lessons of her time as a caregiver for her grandmother which we should all take by heart. Each day is a gift, she said, that is why It’s essential for us to have this tough conversation with our family. A plan has to be made no matter how uncomfortable it might be. Even before we get to a stage where we know something is wrong, is it best to be one step ahead always.   Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
31:39
June 10, 2019
Sue Paul shares on Caregivers Stories, why SeniorScapes & how the world of dementia has changed
This episode of Caregivers Stories, Kimberly interviews Sue Paul, an occupational therapist certified health coach and an advocate for the Alzheimer's Association who has a burning passion for the aging community. She is the Executive Director of SeniorScapes Inc., a nonprofit, dedicated to the creation of indoor/outdoor spaces designed for older adults. Their vision is to create landscapes where seniors can thrive, and their goal is to provide a stimulating, engaging environment where aging adults have the opportunity to play, socialize, and exercise in their own communities.  Sue shares that even in the therapy world, physical occupational and speech therapists could not see somebody with the diagnosis of dementia because it meant that they couldn't get better. Medicare wouldn't approve any claim if someone had a diagnosis of dementia because they thought that this is an irreversible problem. Sue felt terrible for not being able to help the people that needed it most.  She knew that she can teach them how to feed themselves better and how to engage with the environment better because she knows that they have the potential. This made her so upset that it made her think and find ways on what can she can do to improve these people's lives. She spent the last 20 years honing her craft as far as finding ways to improve those the lives of people with dementia and their caregivers.   If you want to know more about Sue, check her website http://thedementiaqueen.com/ or http://www.suempaul.com You can also reach her on Facebook or email: Sue@seniorscapes.org. Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly 
35:03
June 10, 2019
Mike Wolber shares how he went from Corporate to the Apartment business
From working in a huge company to a small start-up, Mike gave us an insight into how he came into the apartment industry. It all started when was looking for technology companies in Bend, Oregon. There, he realized that there wasn’t a lot. This was the start of their self-storage business, one of the first verticals of G5. His favorite part of his current role is being at the forefront of the companies transformation and being able to help pioneer education and bring innovation, making it more accessible to the industry. He also highlighted the biggest differences that he felt at Nike; the company’s main focus is on the consumer, whereas coming to G5 he and the rest of the team are all about the customers and making as much time as possible with their customers no matter what size they are. G5’s culture, technology, products, marketing, and message are wrapped around what makes the customer tick.  Aside from having a successful career, Mike also shared his passion for triathlon. He admitted that the people who knew him back in high school or early college knew a very different Michael. For about two and a half years he went from being a fit athlete in high school to gaining about 75 pounds. He was solely focused on college and playing video games like World of Warcraft at that time. But he had a bit of a wake-up call. He threw away a couple of thousand dollar video game computer and told all of his friends and family in Alaska that he was going to lose 50 pounds that summer. So rather than having a lunch break during his nine-to-five job that he was interning at, he joined a gym and did an hour of exercise every day. He didn't hit the 50-ton goal that summer but a year later he lost about 75 pounds and long story short, when he started working for Nike, he kind of rediscovered an identity and had a crush on a girl named April, who’s now his wife. She was a runner and he thought that if he was to start running, it might impress her. His competitive nature eventually led him from running to adding swimming and biking to his routine, thus the passion for triathlon came in. He completed three Ironman triathlons and joined several local triathlons after. With  all the wonderful stories he shared about his work and lifestyle, he excitedly shared his advice for his younger self: one is aside from making sure to professionally and personally hone our soft skills, it is also best if we allocate more of our time picking one specific technical skill that we would classify as more of a hard skill, whether it be learning how to code sequel or JavaScript or learning how to be a Salesforce admin. A hard skill that we are all passionate about because with this duo, and with the right mentors, we will be able to climb our way securely to success. And last is to be grateful to those who raised us because, without them, we wouldn’t be who we are now. This a touching note that we are sure his parents would be proud of. You can also connect to his LinkedIn Account: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelwolber/ And if you want to follow his Instagram account visit https://www.instagram.com/mwolber/ Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ  
23:41
May 30, 2019
Industry Celebrities: Pooja Jain, a neuroscience researcher who has a passion for human cognition tells Kimberly why CogniHealth started
 On this interview of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly interviews, Pooja Jain, a neuroscience researcher who has a passion for human cognition. She is one of the Co-founders of CogniHealth, a healthcare technology company that provides innovative ways of approaching Dementia care.  Pooja shared to us an overview of what the CogniCare app can provide. Together with her company, she hopes to provide all the caregivers and family members who have loved ones affected with dementia to know the whole aspect of what dementia is. To have more adequate knowledge of holistic care and what they can do to help not just the person diagnosed but also the caregivers. She also highlighted one of the best pieces of advice the each and every one of us should keep in mind, that is to never stop learning and never let anybody tell you what you can and can’t do. Pursue your passion because the world needs more people with the heart to help. To know more about the app you can email Pooja at pooja@cognihealth.uk or you can visit their website at https://cognihealth.uk. You can also download the CogniCare App on Google Play, App Store, and Amazon. To listen to other episodes of Industry Celebrities visit: www.thatkimberly.com 
10:35
May 6, 2019
Caregivers Stories Ep.1: Dottie Gandy shares her story and how being her husband's caregiver was both challenge and enlightening
Six years ago Dottie’s husband, Tom Gandy, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and, by default, Dottie became his full-time caregiver.  At first, she thought…” well, how hard can this be?”  She was not prepared for the answer which came quickly:  very challenging.  Dottie shared several sweet stories, like when she knew something was wrong with Tom, how she answered Tom when Tom would repeatedly ask, “What’s for dinner?”  and how she learned to embrace playing 2-3 hours of gin rummy daily instead of dreading. I learned, and continue to learn, a ton from Mrs. Dottie Gandy, and I hope our interview brought you value. Feel free to connect with Dottie Gandy on LinkedIn or email her at dottiegandy@gmail.com  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/
30:35
May 3, 2019
Marcie Williams gives Apartment Industry Advice
This episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Marcie Williams, President at Rivergate KW Residential. Marcie has over 20 years of experience in multi-family from on-site to senior management. They talk about how Marcie found her way to the Apartment business and what advice she would give her younger self.   Learn more about RKW Residential on their website: http://www.rkwresidential.com/   Connect with Marcie  LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcie-williams-7138226/   Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast:  https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ 
20:11
April 29, 2019
Pooja Jain talks about her Grandfather's Vascular Dementia on Caregivers Stories
On this episode of Caregivers Stories, Pooja and Kimberly discussed their first-hand experience on what it's like to have a loved one diagnosed with Dementia. Pooja shared how her Grandfather showed symptoms and how it is important to have your loved ones checked right away if they are showing any early signs. Aside from knowing the best ways to prevent or reduce cognitive decline, she also highlighted the importance of having a strong support system.  With her experience and the company that she co-founded, she hopes to educate and transform the lives of people affected with Dementia. To learn more about Cogni Health visit:  https://cognihealth.uk/  Connect with Pooja Jain on https://www.linkedin.com/in/pooja-jain-93/  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/
14:46
April 26, 2019
Stephanie Oehler give Apartment industry Advice and Her Advice to her youngerself is something we can all relate to
Kimberly D. Scott interviews Stephanie Oehler, the Regional VP of Sales-Southwest of Leonardo247 on this episode of Industry Celebrities.  She graduated from Kent State University with a degree of Marketing and just like many of us,  she also went through the phase of uncertainty after her graduation.  This is something most of us can relate to; the combination of dread and excitement to get a job right after college. She shared how her first job as a Leasing Representative opened up the doors for her to discover her passion for helping clients find their dream home. With her 20 years of experience in the Apartment industry, she shared one of the most valuable lessons every fresh grad would really need to hear.  Who else can relate to keeping your "woohoo"?  To know more about Stephanie, check her LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-smith-oehler-0295924/. You can also email her at stephanie@leonardo247.com and or follow her on twitter @stephanieoerhler.  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
10:51
April 22, 2019
Marla Posey gives Apartment Industry advice and advice to her youngerself
 On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Marla Posey, Founder/CEO of Spark Multifamily Learning Consulting, which is in the multifamily industry. Just like many people, she “fell” into the industry. Also like many, she left the initial industry she was in (which was in the retail space) in search of something more fulfilling. Low and behold, she found an ad for a leasing agent in the newspaper. Having absolutely no experience, she took a leap of faith and landed in the multifamily industry, where she fell in love and remains in love! After all, she started her own company.  Learn more about Mara and Spark Multifamily at SPARKmultifamily.com Connect & Follow Marka:  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marlaposey/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/SparkMultiFam Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/
17:11
April 12, 2019
Clark Finnical, Author, "Job Hunting Secrets" (from someone who's been there) talks about his passion for "job seekers"
On this episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Clark Finnical, author of Job Hunting Secrets, (from someone who's been there.) Clark is passionately in the “job seekers” industry. Having experienced four job eliminations, he knows exactly what it’s like to be in the job seeker’s shoes. While recruiters have great information, they don’t really delve into the secrets of hiring managers, allowing job seekers to better understand what’s going on in the hiring manager’s “mind” to better prepare...and Clark provides first-hand knowledge on what he learned and how it can help you (if you’re looking for a job, of course).   Connect with Clark on LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/clarkfinnical/   Listen to other episodes or sign up to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/
15:22
April 8, 2019
Kimberly & Kelley talk about her success with the FASTer Way to Fatloss
This week on Industry Celebrities, Certified FASTer Way To Fat Loss®️ coach, Kelley VanHorn and I discuss my experience on the Faster Way to Fat Loss program and the significant effects I felt and saw. It was a success to me; I could feel the change in my clothing along with my body. I would recommend anyone especially a busy professional that wants to get healthy and lose some weight. Kelley answers questions and gives me more insight on intermittent fasting and how easy this lifestyle is for any busy professional. #fwtflwithkelley #fasterwaywithkelley 
23:46
April 8, 2019
Ardem Keshishian gives Hair/Beauty Industry Advice
Kimberly interviews Ardem Keshishian, Owner of SalonD and expert in the Beauty/Hair Industry. It started out with a desire to have the Tom Cruise “Top Gun” haircut, so he went to the mall for the cut, but he wasn’t a fan of the outcome. Taking matters into his own hands, he did it himself and decided that by the 9th grade, he was going to hair school instead of high school. And guess what? He hasn’t looked back!  Ardem shares his journey and gives advice to others that are wanting to get into the beauty/hair business. #salond #thatkimberly  Learn more about Ardem Keshishian and Salon D by visiting  http://salond.com/ Connect with SalonD and the Team on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/SalonDDallas
36:22
March 25, 2019
Elaine DeLude speaks about being a Unicorn Wrangler & insight on a Female Executive in a Male-dominated World
On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Elaine Delude, Vice President at LIVEbe and a multifamily veteran. She shares how her company LIVEbe strives to do things differently and what Unicorn Wrangling is about. She describes what it’s like being a female executive in a male-dominated world and why she is passionate about diversity in the workplace. Learn more about LIVEbe at https://www.livebe.com.  Connect with Elaine on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elaine-de-lude-4a77568/?locale=es_ES Listen to other episodes or sign up to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect with Kimberly: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ 
21:04
March 25, 2019
Marci Brand gives Apartment Industry advice from a Supplier's perspective
On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Marci Brand, Owner of Creative Marketing Concepts, a full-service marketing company serving property management professionals. Marci proudly possesses 35 years of experience in the industry. She describes how she actually started her career path in the pharmaceuticals industry, yet her journey brought her to the property management industry. An industry where she found her purpose: providing a service to those who are helping people, help people.  Learn more about Marci via email mbrand@getcreativemarketing.com or check out Creative Marketing Concepts' website or connect on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/marcibrand Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/
11:24
March 18, 2019
Christi Wedel gives Apartment Industry and Training advice
On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Christi Wedel, Regional Trainer at Bell Partners.  Christi discusses why she feels her industry is like one big family and why she enjoys propelling others succeed. Plus her advice to her youngerself is all about not taking yourself too seriously. Connect with Christi on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christiwedel/ Listen to other episodes or sign up to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect with Kimberly: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ 
16:10
March 11, 2019
Matthew Youngerman gives Residential Leasing Ambassador advice
On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Matthew Youngerman, Residential Leasing Ambassador for LIVEbe and a new kid in the multifamily industry.  With only 5 months experience in Property Management, he shares his how he has grown plus his excitement for resident engagement and marketing.  Matthew also tells his youngerself to "slow down." Learn more about  https://www.livebe.com. Connect with Matthew on LinkedIn @matthewyoungerman Listen to other episodes or sign up to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect with Kimberly: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ
12:09
March 8, 2019
Darren Williams gives Apartment Industry advice on Industry Celebrities
On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Darren Williams, President of Portico Property Management. He discusses how technology is changing the phase of the multifamily industry and why he thinks that is an exciting development. He also talks candidly about why he enjoys starting, growing and running a business, from scratch over 6+ years ago. Website: http://www.porticopm.com/  Learn more about and connect with Darren Willams: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darren-williams-7b76ba12/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/porticopm  Listen to other episodes or sign up to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect with Kimberly: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ 
24:03
March 4, 2019
Kristin Hanh gives Apartment Industry Advice
This episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Kristin Hahn, a traveling Leasing Manager at Cardinal Group Management. Kristin discusses how she lucked into her career in the multifamily industry and how her personal story has impacted her passion for property management and her company. Learn more about Kristin here: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristin-hahn-4b7344116/ https://cardinalgroup.com/  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/  
13:14
February 18, 2019
Glenn Lehman give Property Management Advice
On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities Kimberly D. Scott interviews Glenn Lehman, President of Lehman Property Management and expert in the property management industry. Glenn discusses why he enjoys navigating the intricacies of the property management industry as well as teaching his colleagues. He also talks candidly about why he loves giving back to the world and community.  Learn more about Glenn here: https://lehmanpm.com/  Listen to other episodes or sign up to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/  
13:12
February 14, 2019
April (Tellers) Rasdal gives Amazon Alexa Industry Advice
This episode of Industry Celebrities Kimberly D. Scott interviews April Rasdal, owner of Raspberry Mills. She is an expert in Amazon Alexa content creation industry. She discusses why the Alexa platform is so important to small businesses in 2019. April is passionate about helping her clients share their messaging out to the world through voice-enabled technology.  Learn more about April: https://raspberrymills.com/  https://www.facebook.com/RaspberryMills/  https://raspberrymills.com/blogs/news 
09:49
February 11, 2019
Antoinne Glover gives Real Estate Industry Advice and more
 On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews (aka "verbal tennis") Antoinne Glover, an expert realtor with Cutting Edge Realtors. Antoinne discusses how he went from a TV News Anchor to Real Estate and why this changed has contributed to a more positive outlook on life. He also shares tips on becoming a realtor plus this bit of advice to his younger self, "work harder on yourself ."   Learn more about Antoinne here: http://www.thecuttingedgerealtors.com/agents/antoinne-glover/ Email: glover@thecuttingedgerealtors.com Listen to other episodes or sign up to be a guest on the Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ 
25:52
February 7, 2019
Pinaki Saha gives Startup Industry Advice on Industry Celebrities
 On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Pinaki Saha, owner of Anshar Labs. Pinaki is passionate about helping entrepreneurs navigate the startup world. Pinaki discusses in depth his journey from corporate America to the startup world, his 1st startup, how to pitch to investors and raise money along with why he gives back by to coaching entrepreneurs on speaking to investors. He also shares this bit of advice to his younger self: “take action and don’t waste time.” Learn more about and connect with Pinaki: http://www.ansharlabs.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pinakisaha/ Listen to other episodes or sign up to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ 
13:10
February 4, 2019
Maribeth Woodford gives yoga and wellness advice
This episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Maribeth Woodford, a yoga studio owner, wellness advocate & blogger. She owns Sukha which she describes as the “Non-Intimidating Yoga Studio.” In this conversation, discusses how she fell in love with yoga and became passionate about helping women feel better about themselves inside and out. She also talks about showing up as herself in the yoga community and that has changed her life for the better. Learn more about Maribeth here : http://sukhayogaclass.com Listen to other episodes or sign up to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/
12:13
January 28, 2019
David Nelson gives Homebuilding advice
On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews David Nelson, owner of Nelson+Son Homes LLC & DealerCast. David is an expert in both the Homebuilding & Automotive Retail Information Management Systems. He discusses his love of the tangible results he receives in the homebuilding industry as well as has immense personal satisfaction.  His advice for his younger self includes this golden nugget: “Don't be afraid to fail...it's a natural part of life.“ Connect with David: Email: dpn512@gmail.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidpnelson/  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/
11:39
January 27, 2019
Kelley Vanhorn gives Wellness Industry Advice
 On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Kelley VanHorn, Founder of Kelley VanHorn Wellness and a certified Faster Way to Fat Loss Coach. Kelley loves helping women feel better about their health & wellness through whole nutrition. Kelley also discusses how she transitioned from the multi-family industry to becoming a vibrant wellness advocate and how the Faster Way to Fat Loss works. Kelley talks about how nutrition, eating and eating enough and rest, works better than "fad diets" we have all done in the past.   Industry Celebrities’ listeners will receive a free consultation with Kelley and that will apply whether or not they decide to register for any rounds moving forward of fast weight loss when you mention hearing Kelley on Industry Celebrities podcast.    Learn more about Faster Way to Fatloss: https://fasterwaytofatlosscoach.idevaffiliate.com/idevaffiliate.php?id=330&sub_id=KimScott  Listen to other episodes or sign up to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/
20:40
January 25, 2019
Bob Sager Founder of SpearPoint Solutions and expert in innovative thinking
On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Bob Sager Founder of SpearPoint Solutions and expert in innovative thinking. Bob shares his insights on evolving, growing and changing your thinking to further your business. Learn more about Bob here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bobsager/
11:24
January 2, 2019
Joe Melton, Vice President of Marketing and Management Support Services at The Morgan Group
On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Joe Melton, Vice President of Marketing and Management Support Services at The Morgan Group, Inc. Joe is an expert in the Multi-Family Industry. Joe discusses why loves being able to connect with leasing agents as well as mentoring newer team members. Learn more about Joe here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-melton-138a8871/
16:25
December 19, 2018
Nicolle Gaffney-Block, Area VP at AMLI Residential gives Apartment Industry Advice
On this episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Nicolle Gaffney-Block, current president of Apartment Association of Tarrant County and Area Vice President at AMLI Residential. Nicolle discusses her management style, how she leverages her passions in her job, and how determination keeps her going. #managedchaos Learn more about Nicolle here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolle-gaffney-block-b28b797/ Sign up for Podcast updates: https://widget.smsinfo.io/v2/79c04b40b97f4efd6dee5b7dc00f2595
15:09
December 18, 2018
Leah Christian, National Account Manager at MSHQ, gives Apartment Industry Advice
On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Leah Christian, National Account Manager at Maintenance Supply Headquarters and expert in the Multi-Family industry. Leah discusses why she loves finding solutions to complex problems and how that passion translates into her work. Learn more about Leah: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lechristian/ Sign up for Podcast updates: https://widget.smsinfo.io/v2/79c04b40b97f4efd6dee5b7dc00f2595
13:26
December 17, 2018
Cody Osterman gives Apartment Industry Advice
On today's episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Cody Osterman, Regional Training & Marketing Director at Milestone Management. Cody talks all about why he loves the multi-family industry and is passionate about training and marketing. Sign up for Podcast updates: https://widget.smsinfo.io/v2/79c04b40b97f4efd6dee5b7dc00f2595 Listen to other episodes: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/kimberly-d-scott/id1373348486?mt=2 Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly
10:07
December 4, 2018
Tyler Short, Owner of Short Productions give Production Industry advice
On this episode (part 2) of Industry Celebrities Podcast, with Tyler Short, Owner of "Short Productions" Video productions industry. Kimberly talks to Tyler about how to get started in video production. Sign up for Podcast updates: widget.smsinfo.io/v2/79c04b40b97f4efd6dee5b7dc00f2595 Learn more about Short Productions at www.videosthatlast.com/
16:28
October 11, 2018
Tyler Short, Owner of Short Productions tells his story
On this episode of Industry Celebrities Podcast, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Tyler Short, Owner of "Short Productions" Video productions industry. Tyler received his degree in productions and first venture was the creation of a short film along with doing weddings for free, stresses that you must know when to give and when to push in order to be successful. Tyler was accepted to the American Film Institute but turned down the scholarship because of cost and a brief conversation in a bar with the one of writers of the Titanic, Louis Abernathy. Tyler took Louis’s advice to heart and feels that it served him well; he says life experiences are more rewarding than classroom learning. Sign up for Podcast updates: https://widget.smsinfo.io/v2/79c04b40b97f4efd6dee5b7dc00f2595 Learn more about Short Productions at http://www.videosthatlast.com/
17:14
September 11, 2018
Jan Villanueva, from the Liberty Group, gives Apartment Industry advice
On this episode of Industry Celebrities Podcast, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Jan Villanueva, Dallas Branch Manager at the Liberty Group. Jann is full time working mom; a wife and mother to four girls and being active in the apartment industry keeps her busy. Started as a leasing agent in the apartment industry in 1998, at Barns Real Estate which is now Alpha Barnes. After being on the management side took the jump to being a supplier and in 2009 she became the first Dallas sales rep, at the Liberty Group. She shares how she was hired when she was 8 months pregnant. Jann loves her team and takes pride in the ability to develop and grow individuals into their careers. Jann looks at her life in decades, so her advice to her younger self (in her twenties) would be, “that’s probably not a good idea”. Advice to her younger self in her thirties would be, “nothing worth wild is ever easy”, keep pushing through. And finally, advice to her younger self in her forties would be, “just breathe."
10:31
September 10, 2018
Your Caring Car Guy, Michael Lang, gives Car Sales industry Advice
On this episode of Industry Celebrities Podcast, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Michael Lang, Your Caring Car Guy on relationship oriented selling. Michael believes that buying a car is the second biggest decision in your life so that in of itself will create and maintain a long-term relationship with clients and that is how "Your Caring Car Guy" name was born. He tells us that, Huffines Hyundai McKinney knows they want to make the shopping experience easier for the consumer. They have now invested time and energy into this venture and would be more inclined to work with someone who they see as less threatening and more understanding of them personally. Michael’s advice to his younger self is trust yourself, take risks and enjoy the moment. If you need a car, go see Your Caring Car Guy at Huffines Hyundai McKinney and mention you heard him on Industry Celebrity podcast, and when you purchase, he will give you $100 gift card. Follow him on Instagram @yourcaringcarguy.
20:27
September 8, 2018
Gene Harris from Residential Waste Services gives Customer Retention advice
On this episode of Industry Celebrities, Gene Harris from Residential Waste Services gives highlights on what he will be speaking about, at the 2018 Alabama Apartment Association Educational Conference & Expo Thursday; September 13th and Friday, September 14th at Finley Center, Birmingham, AL. Gene has been in the Apartment industry for 18 years. After services in the U.S. Navy, he worked at Hollywood Video, then ventured into the multifamily industry where he went on to run several management companies.
21:49
September 7, 2018
Nathan Hirsch, owner of Freeeup.com gives remote hiring advice
On this episode of Industry Celebrities Podcast, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Nathan Hirsch, the founder of Freeeup.com. Nathan shares his story of how he started off by selling/buying college books on Amazon. From there moved to baby products, and business grew rapidly however he wasn’t passionate about selling baby products. Then after he had several poor hires and bad experiences from other freelancer websites he developed a marketplace to hire vetted freelancers. Life skills is Nathan's advice to his younger self. Nathan gives Industry Celebrity listeners an exclusive offer of 25% off when mentioning this podcast and sign up for a free, Freeeup.com account. You can learn more and/or chat with his team by going directly onto the website and schedule a call with him.
13:41
September 6, 2018
Brittney Posternock gives User Experience Design industry advice
Learn something new today on this episode of Industry Celebrities Podcast. When a career coach told Brittney Posternock that her chosen career path wasn’t going to be profitable for her, she made it her mission to find an alternative. On this episode of Industry Celebrities Podcast, Kimberly D. Scott sits down with UX designer Brittney, to discuss the User Experience industry and how it is changing the way we look at the customer experience in tech and beyond. You can work with Brittney by contacting her at Brittney.Posternock@gmail.com.
10:50
September 3, 2018
Susan Hinkley gives Association Management industry advice and more
Kimberly D. Scott interviews Susan Hinkley about how much she still loves the Association Management industry after answering a newspaper ad 30 years ago which landed her a job at the Houston Apartment Association. From Membership Services to her current role as Vice President & General Manager, Susan’s success has come from hard work and appreciation for the members, as Susan says, “without the members there is no association.” Listen to Susan’s interview to hear more about her career and a life-changing experience Susan had hosting a foreign exchange student on this episode of Industry Celebrities Podcast. Sign up for Podcast updates: https://widget.smsinfo.io/v2/79c04b40b97f4efd6dee5b7dc00f2595
14:17
August 16, 2018
Lauren Wolfson gives Apartment industry advice & more
Kimberly D. Scott interviews Lauren Wolfson about her new role as Meeting & Events Director at the Houston Apartment Association and how she got her start in the multi-family apartment industry. Lauren shares with Kimberly the advice she would give her younger self and her envy for people who “just roll with it.” Learn more about Lauren’s story on this episode of Industry Celebrities Podcast. Sign up for Podcast updates: https://widget.smsinfo.io/v2/79c04b40b97f4efd6dee5b7dc00f2595
13:05
August 15, 2018
Michelle Blakley gives Association Management advice & more
Kimberly D. Scott interviews Michelle Blakley, a Pittsburgh native living and working in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Michelle details her love and passion for Marketing and her role as the Director of Communications & Marketing for the Apartment Association of Greater Dallas. An experienced marketer and new working mother, Michelle is sharing it all, including what she would tell her younger self, why everyone is in the customer service business and how media is poorly representing business industry diversity. Hear it all on this episode of Industry Celebrities Podcast. Sign up for Podcast updates: https://widget.smsinfo.io/v2/79c04b40b97f4efd6dee5b7dc00f2595
11:02
August 15, 2018
Patty Pusateri’s advice on being your own health advocate
Are you your own advocate when it comes to your health? This week, Kimberly D. Scott talks to Patty Pusateri about her journey through living with excruciating symptoms of headaches, dizziness, fatigue and hearing loss to a life changing surgery. Patty details her diagnosis of a cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leak, and why her doctors told her that her case will one day be in the textbooks. Listen in to Patty’s story about why it is so important to be your own health advocate on this episode of Industry Celebrities Podcast. Sign up for Podcast updates: https://widget.smsinfo.io/v2/79c04b40b97f4efd6dee5b7dc00f2595
18:18
August 13, 2018
Damon McCall gives advice on Synthetic ID Fraud
This episode of Industry Celebrities with Damon McCall, with ApproveShield, giving us his take and advice on going from Owner Managment side to the Supplier Partner side plus how to avoid synthetic identity fraud.  More info on Approveshield: https://www.approveshield.com/  And you can listen to other episodes by searching Kimberly D. Scott on iTunes (iPhone users), Anchor (Android users) or watch video/audio on YouTube just search Kimberly D. Scott
12:35
August 10, 2018
Brian Gala gives Apartment Industry advice
Kimberly D. Scott, a former Video Girl, and now Podcast rookie interviews Brian Gala, Director of Insurance Services at Resman. Brian shares how he started on the owner-operator side and went to the supplier side, in Multifamily. Sign up for Podcast updates: https://widget.smsinfo.io/v2/79c04b40b97f4efd6dee5b7dc00f2595
08:02
August 10, 2018
Gene Harris gives Apartment Industry advice @ Apartmentalize
Sitting poolside, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Gene Harris, while they are attending Apartmentalize in sunny San Diego, Ca. Gene has been in the Apartment industry for 18 years. After services in the U.S. Navy, he worked at Hollywood Video, then working on site so he could go to college. Once he graduated from college, then he started with Lincoln Property Company. Gene discusses occupancy and "closing the back" by keeping your existing renters happy with a great experience and customer service. Gene also shares how going to the supplier side is not so dark but bright and enjoys his new adventure at Residential Waste Service.
21:02
August 9, 2018
Sue Weston gives Apartment Industry Advice
Kimberly D. Scott, a former Video Girl, and now Podcast rookie interviews Sue Weston, about networking and getting involved in your association, no matter what industry you are in. Sue is currently the Director of Management Resources at Alpha Barnes Real Estate Services. Questions for Sue, email her at susan@susanweston.com. Sign up for Podcast updates: https://widget.smsinfo.io/v2/79c04b40b97f4efd6dee5b7dc00f2595
16:17
August 8, 2018
Kin OLdham gives insight on the Multifamily industry
Kin Oldham, Executive Director at Apartment Association of Greater Dallas speaks to Kimberly Scott about 30+ years in the Apartment industry and shares his advice to his younger self.
10:25
July 16, 2018
Lon Ricker, Non-Profit Celebrity tells us why we should NOT buy exotic animals
In this episode, Kimberly Scott interviews Lon Ricker, a Non-Profit consultant. They discuss, how he got started in the non-profit world, why you should get involved with Insync- Exotics in Wylie TX, a wildlife rescue sanctuary in Wylie TX plus why you should not buy exotic animals and where to go to volunteer. Lastly, Lon tells us how his services may assist any non-profit. More info: https://www.insyncexotics.org/ If you want to share your knowledge of your industry and be on Industry Celebrities podcast, email me at kimberly@marketingdoer.com You can listen to other episodes by searching Kimberly D. Scott on iTunes (iPhone users), Anchor (Android users) or watch video/audio on YouTube just search Kimberly D. Scott.
20:49
June 18, 2018
Elaine De Lude gives Multifamily Industry Advice
This episode of Industry Celebrities, I interview Elaine DeLude, Vice President of Marketing at LiveBE Communities. Check them out: https://www.livebe.com/ My name is Kimberly Scott, I am a Doer, former Video Girl and now a Podcast rookie….I am on a quest to become a skilled interviewer and educating myself on podcasting. Industry Celebrities is a podcast where my friends (in all sort of industries) are kind enough to be my guests, and assist me in honing my interview skills by answering questions about their passions or industry…..which makes them a Celebrity to ME! If you want to share your knowledge of your industry, and be on Industry Celebrities podcast, email me at kimberly@marketingdoer.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThatKimberlyScott Twitter: https://twitter.com/marketingdoer IG: https://www.instagram.com/marketingdoer/
08:18
June 12, 2018
Soap-Addict Skin Product (All Natural) Industry Celebrities Podcast
This week's guest is a creator of positive vibes and all natural skin care beauty products. I have known my friend for over 10 years….and I am excited to interview her and find out more about why she does what she does. Check out: http://soap-addict.com/ Follow: https://www.instagram.com/imasoapaddict/ On my quest to get educated and skilled at podcasting, I have been asking my friends, 2 questions as it is being recorded so I may hone my interview skills. These are industry professionals that are both in and outside the apartment business, "industry celebrities" across the board. So if you are interested in sharing knowledge of your industry and you are willing to be interviewed, then email kimberly@marketingdoer.com or sign up at marketingdoer.com. Watch more shows: http://marketingdoer.com/ Listen to more shows: https://anchor.fm/industrycelebrities Podbean: http://industrycelebrities.podbean.com iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/kimberly-d-scott/id1373348486?mt=2
14:37
June 12, 2018
Industry Celebrities Ep. 2: Traci Hall gives Multifamily Industry Advice
I caught up with my friend, Traci Hall, before she was installed as the 2018 Texas Apartment Association President, in San Antonio. You will enjoy finding out what she could tell her younger self, learning about how O.G she is and learning a fun fact about her. Traci is an amazing woman, mother, and wife, making her a celebrity to me! Traci is the President of the West Region for AMLI and oversees the Texas, Southern California and Seattle markets. She joined AMLI Residential in 1990. Prior to joining AMLI, she was employed by American Residential Management Company. Traci attended Iowa State University, Brookhaven College and TCI Institute. Watch more shows: http://marketingdoer.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ/featured?view_as=public
12:42
May 4, 2018
Industry Celebrities Ep. 1: Kelly Thomas gives Multifamily Industry Advice
My 1st interview is with Mrs. Kelly Thomas. Kelly helps me kick off my podcast adventure by answering my 2 questions, how long have you been in the Multifamily Industry and what would you tell your younger self. Kelly has 20+ years of experience in residential property management, holding a variety of on-site and corporate level management positions with companies including Greystar, TCR, and others. She is a wife to Dave Thomas Jr. but we do NOT get free Wendy's food and mother to two amazing daughters, Avery and Lainey who's nicknames happen to be Pickle and Bird. She also runs her own non-profit helping families fighting cancer, Love Is Louder Than Cancer. Kelly is an amazing woman, mother, wife, and entrepreneur, making her a celebrity to me! Check out PickleBird & Love is Louder than Cancer: https://www.picklebirdmedia.com http://www.loveislouderthancancer Watch/listen to more episodes: marketingdoer.com
18:22
May 4, 2018
Industry Celebrities Ep. 3: Damon McCall gives Multifamily Industry Advice
My 3rd interview is with Damon McCall, a 20-year veteran, answers my 2 questions, how long have you been in the Multifamily Industry and what would you tell your younger self. Damon is a great friend and industry colleague making him a celebrity to me! On my quest for education in and outside the "apartment biz" I am interviewing "industry celebrities" across the board, not just multifamily so if you are interested in sharing knowledge of your industry and you are willing to be interviewed, then email kimberly@marketingdoer.com or sign up at marketingdoer.com. Watch/Listen more shows: http://marketingdoer.com/
08:31
May 4, 2018
That Kimberly just getting started (April 17, 2018)
Just getting started
01:13
April 17, 2018
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