No Labels, No Limits podcast

Moving from uncertainty to confidence, no labels, no limits.

Each guest shares how they overcame personal challenges and obstacles while remaining true to their values and goals. Our interviews showcase examples of success, despite setbacks. They are real, down-to-earth, women and

289 - FIVE Years of No Labels, No Limits with Host Sarah Boxx

Season 3, Ep. 289
What an exciting month celebrating the No Labels, No Limits 5th Anniversary. The NLNL podcast officially launched on March 8, 2018 and we've been going strong ever since. We have been ranked globally as one of the top 3% most popular shows out of over 3 Million podcasts by the Listen Score. We are proud to keep bringing you inspirational and educational guests to encourage our community to remove labeling limits and beliefs, and rising to their most authentic selves.As a tribute to our accomplishments, our host, Sarah Boxx, takes a trip down memory lane as she reviews some of our earliest guest interviews and the valuable insights that are still applicable today. Enjoy this compilation of guests from our initial days on the podcast scene.Reach out to Cherie Jamason, Nonprofit & Systems Improvements, Thought Leader, and Advocate here: to her original, full episode here: Price, Personal & Organizational Development Expert, here: to her original, full episode here: Pattee Colvin, Meditation Coach and Mindfulness Mentor, here: to her original, full episode here: Anderson, Performance Marketing Strategist, here: to her original, full episode here: Jezycki, Business Owner and Leader, here: to her original, full episode here:

287 - The Freelance Mindset with Joy Batra

Season 3, Ep. 287
Have you ever wondered if the path you're traveling is where you're meant to be going, or just where you happen to be going? Have you taken the traditional path and followed the easy cues that society lays out? Today's guest has pondered some of the same questions and she shares the different types of analytical and creative work that keep her balanced. She strives to keep both sides of her life active, being able to dive into the joint desire for control and for freedom. She chooses to work in different industries (finance, media, tech) and all three benefited each other, embracing the idea of cross-pollination and applying what we learn across the board to improve our outcomes. Brave, courageous, adventurous, and opportunistic...that's how you might describe Joy Batra. Joy is the author of "The Freelance Mindset: Unleashing Your Side Hustles for Better Work, Play, and Life", which draws on Joy's decade of freelancing experience and interviews with 50 freelancers. She is the founder of Quartz Consulting, a freelance consulting firm that has advised start-ups, venture capital firms, and Fortune 500 companies, the Head of Legal at Syndicate Protocol, and a former Bollywood actress.She says, "Forget the idea of a career ladder you’ve been told. Careers can and should be flexible, fluid things. They need to evolve as we evolve."Tune in as she shares her journey with our listeners and see if you can pull out a little nugget of wisdom for yourself. Learn more and connect with Joy here:  

285 - Thriving in the Storm with Bill Murphy

Season 3, Ep. 285
When the storm hits, you have three choices: give up and become a victim; do what you can to survive; or learn to thrive.This week's guest on the No Labels, No Limits podcast proves that you don’t need to have exceptional talents or resources to overcome adversity, be resilient, and achieve extraordinary goals. You are capable of more than you realize. You can learn to thrive and Bill Murphy is proof.He’ll be the first to tell you he is nothing special, but he has been able to overcome an abusive childhood, post-traumatic stress (PTSD), mental health challenges, and unexpected crises to finish an Ironman, earn a black belt in Krav Maga, and run the Boston Marathon five times—including one on crutches. He’s a regular guy who is now thriving at the top of his profession, too. And in Thriving in the Storm, he explains how you can achieve similar success.In today's conversation, Bill and I talk more about his life and his book including:Running the Boston Marathon on crutchesBreaking "the Funk"Moving forward through adversityHardening our mindsetPositivity as the Superhuman PowerTune in and power up for the day!He leaves us with this wisdom, "We are all capable of more than we think we are. We can all learn to take on a thriving mindset to accomplish any goal we set for ourselves and get through adversity as quickly as necessary."Learn more and connect with Bill here: Resources and Bonus Content here: