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259 - The Importance of Heart-Centered Storytelling for Nonprofit Success

Season 3, Ep. 259

Why is Storytelling so important, no matter our career?

There are over 3.7 Million new videos uploaded to YouTube every day! Why? Because video is powerful. It becomes an extension of you, your organization, or your business. It's a simple way to express who you are and what you offer. 

As we enter the last quarter of the year:

  • Many companies are preparing for budget requirements.    
  • Many NonProfits are preparing for the yearend fundraising push to help them continue to serve the community in 2023.  
  • Solopreneurs and small business are looking for ways to stay relevant and in demand, differentiating themselves from the competition  

#Businesses, #Nonprofits and #Entrepreneurs need to differentiate themselves and stay relevant in the new year. Videos can help you share your mission and allow you to reach the largest audience possible.

Break through your limiting beliefs about being a compelling storyteller by joining me, Sarah Boxx (Strategic Consultant and Certified Enneagram Coach) and Ken Fay (Emmy Award-Winning Writer and Producer)!

We are offering a one-day intensive Heart-Centered Storytelling event on November 2nd, 12:30pm - 2:00pm EST.

Get the details and save your seat here:

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264 - Third Space: Where Spiritual and Secular Intersect with Russ Matthews

Season 3, Ep. 264
Thanks for tuning into today's episode of the No Labels, No Limits podcast as we interview an interesting guest who joins us from across the pond in Australia.Russ Matthews works as a team member of City Bible Forum, Third Space, and ABWE ministries in Sydney, Australia.One of his key roles is quite unique, as he manages the ministry of Reel Dialogue. What does that mean, exactly? Well, he writes film reviews and articles for Reel Dialogue which are published in various publications. His passion is for film and getting conversations started on themes from visual creations. The discussions can include topics of life’s bigger questions that can include God the Bible, and Jesus.Part of our conversation today centers around his new book, The Word Becomes Film: A Modern Day Parable That Introduces a Radically Easy Way of Talking About God's Story. We chat about the origins of the book, character development, and how we can make parallels within our own lives and gain personal wisdom through the progression of the story. Did we catch your interest? You can find the link to the book below.Russ says, "Despite opposition and limited perspective of some, I can say that to stay true to the path you are on can help to overcome most of life's obstacles. Life has many seasons, you do not have to be limited to the one you are in currently. There will be difficulties and trials, but these make us better equipped for the future."Learn more and connect with Russ here: NEW book: The Word Becomes Film - Reel Dialogue - Third Space

262 - Building an Online Presence with Kristina Milosevich

Season 3, Ep. 262
How do you build relationships with clients?This week's podcast guest, Kristina Milosevich, focuses her business on providing that solution. She helps small business owners build their online presence by creating their website/landing pages AND developing their corporate identity.In general, you could describe Kristina as a marketing manager, project manager and consultant. She is also a business and marketing coach (especially for DIGITAL marketing), English teacher and visionary. It seems like there isn't much she hasn't tried and succeeded at. She is also co‐founder of PromoZiS Team‐freelance ‐ a team specializing in web, graphic design, internet marketing and consulting. She is a creator of a course HOW TO ORGANIZE AND MANAGE SOCIAL MEDIA. She likes to connect with businesswomen and businessmen and networks with business communities in the local market and internationally.  She is also a co-author of the book “Global Women in Business” where seven women co‐authors from all around the globe (Australia, New Zealand, the USA, France and Serbia) came together.She says, "My motto is: Be persistent. Be consistent. Be successful. I help people to achieve their goals and dreams and bring about transformation in their lives."Learn more and connect with Kristina here: FB group Quantum Business for Success