Welcome to the latest version of the podcast…Impact.
In this solo episode, I openly share my thoughts about the Entrepology Podcast, and I’m delighted to tell you where it is going.
We will be taking the essence of entrepology, the intersection between mindset, entrepreneurship, and health, and begin to look beyond its academic concept and shift to where entrepology becomes action.
I break down what the acronym I.M.P.A.C.T stands for and I challenge you to question where you want to make an impact in your life. This isn’t just big picture visions, your impact includes the daily actions and basics repeated again and again.
Join me on a new adventure that will become our adventure of influence and impact, and our endeavor to leave the world better than we found it. Let’s move outside of the box on how we take action, and why.
Aim for Impact!
Key Topics and Takeaways:
[1:50] The value and impact of a committed audience.
[3:05] What happens when energy shifts within your business and life.
[6:40] Impact is the verb associated with entrepology.
[7:48] Lockdown has created a space for reflection to create fresh ideas, innovation, and quick thinking.
[12:02] Stop going through the motions of life and start leaning into intentional action.
[17:40] The conversation topics this show is going to take on: from parenting to communication and through being a social influencer.
[21:20] The Impact Money Club…what it is and why you want to be a part of this community.
[24:00] How leaders and influencers think differently about topics, life and the world.
“It (entrepology) has been an opportunity to lean into, try to unpack, and understand the aptitudes, experiences, frameworks, and mechanisms of thinking of healers, practitioners, doctors, physicians, scientists, entrepreneurs, and people who have been incredibly successful.”
“If you anchor yourself, if you check in on where you are today, It’s going to enable you to understand where you can be, where you have the potential to be tomorrow.”
“What you think in your brain influences the neurochemistry in your body.”
“Part of having an impact is being very intentional around who you are serving at any given period of time, who you need to be in that given moment.”