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

No Labels, No Limits – A Podcast Dedicated to Breaking Free of Labels and Limiting Beliefs to Achieve Personal and Professional Success. Each No Labels, No Limits guest has overcome personal challenges and obstacles whil
4/1/2021

178 - Heart-Centered Storytelling with Christie Wright Wild

Season 2, Ep. 178
Welcome, once again, to the No Labels, No Limits podcast. This episode marks the first in our 5-part series on Heart-Centered Storytelling... and what better place to begin than with an author who loves to connect and enchant readers (and their parents) with her books and activities.Christie Wright Wild fell in love with writingin second grade and continued throughout her school yearsand into college where she majored in Creative Writing.She exited college into the work world, where she spent ten years as shestarted a familyand returned to school forher K-6 Elementary Education certification.Christie believes that “When you share a book with a child, you share your heart.”She is a self-published authorofMy Dandelion Wish Journal, a special 5-year diary to record your wishes each spring when you blow a white dandelion seed fluff.My Dandelion Activity Book–a FREE and superfun activity book is for children ages 5 to 12. Herthirdbook,Recipes for a Dandelion Party,iscurrently on submission through herliterary agent, Stacey Graham.As a two-time marathon finisher, she also enjoys running and hosts a Facebook group, Writers Who Run.Ihopeyouwill getinsights and valuethisinterviewthat move youto where you want to be in business and life.Learn more and connect with Christie:Instagram: @christiewrightwildTwitter: @christiewildPinterest: @christiewildwww.christiewrightwild.comFB Group, Writers Who Run:facebook.com/groups/WritersWhoRunFB Author Page:facebook.com/christiewrightwildFree dandelion activity book (if you have kids)http://christiewrightwild.com/my-dandelion-activity-book
3/11/2021

175 - The Importance of Internal Communications with Lizabeth Wesely-Casella

Season 2, Ep. 175
No Labels, No Limits podcast welcomes today's special guest, Lizabeth Wesely-Casella. Lizabeth is the Founder and CEO of L-12 Services LLC, a firm specializing in internal communications training, online business management, and executive virtual assistance.Lizabeth empowers businesses to overcome challenges related to scaling, process systems breakdown, and workflow management by applying her skilled strategic advisor who specializes in increased efficiency and effectiveness,Lizabeth has over 20 years of experience as an administrator and policy and programming consultant. Her work has contributed greatly to successful project outcomes in federal health policy, international program development, and non-profit grassroots management. In 2014, Lizabeth organized a lead process and communication change for First Lady Michelle Obama’s signature program, Let’s Move!Using LEAN process improvement and her collaborative nature, Lizabeth calls on her vast range of experience to pass along insights in areas such as change management, administrative systems analysis, internal communications training, and policy development.She advises each of us, "Organizing information in life and in business helps us make sense of the world, and often helps us sidestep landmines that would otherwise cause chaos."Learn more and connect with Lizabeth here:www.linkedin.com/in/lizabeth-wesely-casellahttps://www.linkedin.com/company/l12services/https://www.facebook.com/L12Serviceshttps://www.instagram.com/l12services/https://twitter.com/L12serviceshttps://l12services.com/https://l12services.com/comms-needs-assessment/
2/25/2021

173 - Focusing on the User Experience with Matthew Gessler

Season 2, Ep. 173
Matthew Gessler is a User Experience leader with over twenty years of experience practicing executive-level UX strategy,design and management. He has spoken at multiple conferences and publishes UX articles to his company’s insight blogs.Matthew finished his studies at Binghamton University School of Management his first job out of school was working as a developer.They say timing is everything… Matthew’s entry into the development work was right at the beginning of the dot com bust and the company he worked for went out of business.Good news for Matt though, since he hated development and his director at the time knew it. She suggested he try becoming a producer and recommended him for a job at an urban box office and that was his first entry into wireframing and design as a producer for Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal where he led the development of user experience and presented it to clients through sitemaps, wireframes, flowcharts, and other schematics.His impressive performance opened up more promising opportunities for him. Shortly after, he became Vice President for Interaction Engineering Center of Excellence at Bank of America. He ran collaboration development services that involved providing customized development solutions for all lines of business within the bank and the Interaction Engineering Center of Excellence.His entire career focused mainly on User Experience consultancy until he became a Principal UX Architect for Gannett USA Today Network.Currently, Matthew is the Director of UX/UI of Radiant Digital. He oversees user research activities and works with Fortune 50 clients to define overarching project vision.He holds licenses for Certified SAFe 5 Product Owner/Manager and Practitioner, Managing Projects, and Six Sigma Green Belt.These certifications allow Matt to present the model while emphasizing business agility, focusing on customer centricity and expanding the crucial aspect of portfolio management.His words of wisdom ring true when he says, "Always be learning because the second you think you know everything is the moment you become ineffective."Learn more and connect with Matthew here:https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-gesslerhttps://radiant.digital/insights/