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Episode 94 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with Amanda Page Cornett

Season 2, Ep. 94

We are delighted today to bring you an amazingly talented music star, Amanda Page Cornett. She describes herself and the niche she's created as an angelic mix of blues, rock, and soul. Amanda has never been one for boundaries, and she proves it on her latest single, “Throw A Lil’ Gas,” available now on all streaming platforms. Her use of biting guitar solos, gritty vocals, and folksy songwriting proudly boast her diverse talents. Recorded at the NuttHouse recording studio in iconic Muscle Shoals, Cornett surrounded herself with the best - including Spooner Oldham on keys (Percy Sledge, Aretha Franklin) and engineer Jimmy Nutt (Jason Isbell, Alabama Shakes).

She gives sound words of advice when she says, "I believe the key is to always believe in yourself, surround yourself with other positive people, and to realize everything takes hard work. My biggest wisdom to anybody truly following a dream is to really hone in on their skill and craft, continue taking lessons or being coached, and being willing to ask for and listen to the advice of professionals who are kind enough to offer advice."

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Episode 129 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with Brand Leadership Expert, Denise Lee Yohn

Season 2, Ep. 129
On today's podcast, we’re joined by Denise Lee Yohn!Denise is a brand leadership expert, in-demand keynote speaker, and influential author who challenges readers to think differently about brand leadership.She is the author the bestsellerWhat Great Brands Do: The Seven Brand-Building Principles that Separate the Best from the Rest and the new bookFUSION: How Integrating Brand and Culture Powers the World’s Greatest Companies.She is a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review and Forbes as well writing for publications such as Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Knowledge@Wharton, ChangeThis, among others.When the news media want an expert point-of-view on hot business issues they call on Denise. You may have seen her in CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times.In this episode you'll learn about ...·The direct links between culture and business results·What an internal brand-led culture is·And why our organizational culture needs to match our brand.Denise will share:·How to identify a disconnect between brand and culture·Why it’s important to fuse the external experience of the business with internal thinking and acting.·And how you can get a free chapter of her bookLearn more and connect with Denise here: - get the first chapter of her book, free! @deniseleeyohn