No Labels, No Limits podcast
Episode 103 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with Angela Nesbitt
In this episode of our No Labels, No Limits podcast, we interview Angela Nesbitt, Executive Coach and Leader. Angela has experienced a great deal of transition and change as she navigated life, growing up in Nairobi, moving to the States, followed by graduating from Dartmouth and later Wharton Business School.
Today, she uses those experiences to help her clients develop their leadership skills and presence in a time of accelerating change. Angela’s gift is to help others achieve goals when there is no road map, clarify values and priorities, and nurture their unique combinations of gifts so that her clients can thrive and live a fulfilled life. She has provided coaching, consulting, and facilitation services to individuals, start-ups, multinationals, and international government agencies.
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Episode 102 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with David Wood
Welcome to another episode of No Labels, No Limits as we interview David Wood, a tough conversations coach. He started life as a consulting actuary to Fortune 100 companies on Park Avenue and built the world’s largest coaching business, becoming #1 on Google for life coaching and coaching thousands of hours in 12 countries around the globe.
As well as helping others, David is no stranger to overcoming challenges himself, overcoming a full collapse of his paraglider and a fractured spine, witnessing the death of his sister at age seven, anxiety and depression, and a national Gong Show!
Today, he coaches high performing entrepreneurs, executives, teams - and now prison inmates - to create amazing results and deep connection. One tough conversation at a time.
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Episode 101 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with Toni Snelgrove
In our first episode of the New Year, we interview Toni Snelgrove, a passionate leader who prides herself on having "conversations with legs". As a credentialed coach, Toni is passionate about accelerating leaders to be at the top their game. Her recent 2-year travel experience began as a dream then became a reality. That experience has her connecting on a deeper more compassionate human level, helping to make the world a brighter and more loving place to live in.
When asked about the types of people she coaches, she says, "My niche is people who are in it for the long haul, have an approach to learning and development and bettering self."
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Episode 100 - Round-table with Friends
Welcome to the 100th episode of our No Labels, No Limits podcast with Sarah and Friends! In this very special round table discussion, Sarah chats with three forward-thinking, powerful women who share their experiences and advice from paths that have crossed over the years.
When asked what advice Megan would give a younger version of herself, she says, "Walk in honesty and her truth, you know, whatever that is. And even when you're facing hard situations, just being honest and upfront gets far more mileage than trying to save everybody's feelings or doing things in a way that just feels bad and then you don't respect yourself."
Episode 99 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with Marina Ridge
In today's interview, we have the pleasure of speaking with Marina Ridge, a Confidence & Luxury Life Coach. Not being quite sure what that entails, she describes that she helps women discover their hidden beauty and create a luxury lifestyle
Growing up in the Republic of Congo, she lived a relatively comfortable life before the civil war. At age 16, the war showed her that money doesn't mean much when there are tanks and violence in the streets. At a young age, she learned that material objects are only as valuable as the experiences they give you.
Her expertise comes from experience. She says, "Having understood the importance of living a truly fabulous life full of excitement and wonder, it breaks my heart to see women who are making a difference in the world, who are bringing opportunity and joy to others, but not looking after the most important person - themselves."
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Episode 98 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with Ann Carden
Today's guest is is a tried and true businesswoman. She has 41 years of business experience, 13 years in corporate business management, and 28 years building six businesses for herself and selling five of those. Sounds like she may be a serial entrepreneur! Listen in as she shares her story of obstacles and successes formed over many years.
She has consulted and coached business owners in over 38 different types of companies from $0 to $5 Million. Along the way, she's had the opportunity to educate thousands of professionals through speaking, workshops and seminars.
During the interview, we discuss delegating and letting go. She says, "You have a passion and a heart to help people. If you're not profitable, if everything's dependent on you, if you're just grinding it out all the time, there is nothing, that can suck the passion right out of you."
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Episode 97 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with Carla Marie Manly
Our guest on No Labels, No Limits today is Dr. Carla Marie Manly. She is known beyond being a clinical psychologist as an author, speaker and a recognized authority on women's issues, psychological health and wellness and fear-based disorders such as trauma, anxiety and depression. We have interviewed her once before, but she comes back today with a renewed message on Aging Joyfully and the transition into the later years.
In this episode, she shares with us her book outline and a recap of the first few chapters. She describes chapter six as being "about really inviting women to be a brave, passionate self. Whatever that is. And how do we do that? We notice what brings us passion. We notice what gets us going and then whatever that is (who cares what somebody thinks about it) DO IT!"
You can find Dr. Carla's book at Indie Bound, on her website, at Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and her publisher, Familius. You might even find it at some local stores, like #Target and #Walmart. Get your copy today, for yourself, a family member or friend!
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Episode 96 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with Sally Saint
We, once again, have the pleasure of interviewing Sally Saint on our newest episode of the No Labels, No Limits podcast. She has an amazing story and through her work, she is teaching others how to be more conscious parents. Sally hails from the UK where she is a therapist specializing in Reiki, an energy worker, artist and writer. A woman of many talents who uses them to better the world around her. We spoke with her almost a year ago, so let's listen in as she gives us an updated look inside her world.
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Episode 95 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with Therese Skelly
We interviewed Therese Skelly and found out she is woman of many talents. She starts by sharing her story, the start of her career as a prison guard. Today, she works with high achieving women in business who are committed to making a difference. These talented women know they are sitting on a gold mine, but often feel the pain of knowing that they are in their own way.
Also as a former psychotherapist and marketing consultant, Therese focuses on helping her clients show up, and be fiercely and steadfastly present, to create their dream business and life. Working on the subtle level of energy and emotion, she supports them step into the work their soul calls them to do.
From the work, her client can own their value, make more money, serve more people and have a business that makes them happy.
Therese says: “What makes me unique? My superpower is in finding those inner game blocks, helping people overcome them, and then getting my clients ALIGNED and embodied with their soul desires. Using energy clearing, crazy love, and kick ass “Mama Bear” wisdom, it’s a great combination.”
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