In the spirit of Thanksgiving Kelli recorded a solo episode about how gratitude can build confidence and happiness. She shares wisdom she's gained from practicing gratitude during tough times in her own life, some of her favorite quotes, and study findings for how gratitude can improve your life.
In this episode, Kelli interviews business coach, strategist and speaker Leah Remillet. They discuss how to implement systems that set you up for success while actually working less hours. Leah shares tips to overcome common traps that women fall into as mothers and business owners, and how to live a life that aligns with your vision.
In this episode, Kelli interviews author Mary Marantz who discusses how she used her past to make peace and move forward. She learned from the experiences she’s had and shared with Kelli’s listeners her most impactful practices to lead a more peaceful life. This is truly an inspiring way to “get rid of the dirt” and an episode that you will not be able to stop listening to!
In this episode, Kelli is interviewed by Joelle Gibson from the What's your story podcast. Kelli wanted to share her story with Joelle’s listeners, but also wanted to do the same with her own! You’ll hear about the good, the bad, and everything else along the way of Kelli’s story. Buckle up!
In this episode, Kelli interviews writer, speaker and truth-teller, Luvvie Ajay Jones. They discuss how a professional troublemaker is a disrupter for the greater good. They are the people who say and do the hard things when it's necessary.
Kelli speaks with Melissa Ambrosini, bestselling author of Mastering Your Mean Girl. They talk about simple actions to take when your mean girl starts to take over, pursuing your passion, meditation, and so much more.
Kelli speaks with Jamie Kern Lima, founder of It Cosmetics, a company she started in her living room and grew to the largest luxury makeup brand in the country. The pair talk about confidence, finding purpose, and being vocal about what's right.
This week Kelli chats with Dr. Benjamin Hardy, an organizational psychologist and bestselling author of Willpower Doesn’t Work and the book we read, Personality Isn’t Permanent. His reach is massive with 100 million people reading his blogs and features in Harvard Business Review, New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, CNBC, Cheddar, and many others.
In this episode, Kelli speaks with bestselling author Greg and his wife Anna McKeown. Greg McKeown is the New York Times Bestselling author of the book “Essentialism.” He’s also a public speaker and a leadership and business strategist. They discuss the drawbacks of perfectionism, essential habits, and gratitude.
In this episode, Kelli shares an interview with Jon Acuff, author of Finish, Do Over, Start, Quitter, and Stuff Christians Like. They cover continuing to prioritize fun in work, pushing through the day after an imperfect workday, failing it until you nail it, and truly being a boss.
Kelli shares an interview from March of 2020 with Dave Hollis, author of Get Out of Your Own Way & COO of The Hollis Co. They cover topics ranging from dealing with the struggles of quarantine, changing the way we think, and never apologizing for who we are. Click here to join Kelli's Book Club!
In this episode, Kelli is joined by Jordan Lee Dooley, the bestselling author of Own Your Everyday to share some KILLER Instagram tips, her fave books, how the Enneagram has helped her, her latest life lessons, and so much more.
In this episode, Kelli is joined by Comedian & author of Funny How It Works Out, Manon Matthews. They talk about having a "Me vs. We" mindset, how Manon went from insecure to confident, and simple secrets to going viral on social media.
In this episode, Kelli is joined by authors of More Than A Body, Lindsay & Lexie Kite. They get real about our bodies and the influence the media has had on how we see ourselves. If you are struggling with the person you see in the mirror, this episode is for you!
In this episode, Kelli is joined by Sharon McMahon, America’s (not boring) Government Teacher to talk about how she helped forgive over 56 million in medical debt, her journey towards educating the world on American Government, her best tips for building a powerful community, and so much more.
no thanks, any more confident & my head will pop