Category: Business Advice

TheLivelyShowSarahRuiz

Today’s Lively Show was recorded in Austin and… NASA!

That is a sentence I never expected to type here on the blog.

… But how cool is that?!

I’m talking with a Lively Show listener, Sarah Ruiz, of Saroy.net.

I discovered Sarah because of a link back to The Lively Show from her blog. When I saw her site, I knew she was someone I had to get on the show!

Sarah is a:

Wife.

Mother.

Runner.

Quilter.

Blogger. 

And NASA aerospace engineer.

With the cross between her engineering and creative side, I wanted to pick her brain and learn how she makes time for all of her passions, career, and relationships.

This show is perfect for anyone who has a 9 to 5, has several hobbies and interests, or wants to make time for what is most important in their lives.

(Plus, anyone who wants to learn a little more about what it’s like to work at NASA!)

 

TheLivelyShowKelleyLilien

Today I’m chatting with the vivacious, witty, and talented graphic designer and author, Kelley Lilien, the creator of the Mrs. Lilien brand and books.

Kelley is sharing about how she discovered her strengths, what it’s like to work with Jonathan Adler, and her successful experience with getting professional help and medication for severe anxiety and depression.

This show is perfect for anyone who is looking to learn more about the freelance graphic design world, or wants to hear a positive experience with treating clinical anxiety and depression.

TheLivelyShowJenGotch

Today we’re having a fun chat with Jen Gotch, co-founder of the popular personality-filled accessory line, Ban.do!

We’re talking about her extensive list of careers in traditional and non-traditional fields: from pre-law to being an extra on her favorite TV shows. — And how she eventually stumbled into the start of her very successful accessory line, Ban.do.

We’re also talking about her decision to sell her company, as well as her passion for the Art of Relaxation and keeping her creative muscles strong.

This episode is perfect for anyone looking to learn more about Jen, strengthen their creative muscles, relax more, or hear from someone who has sold a business and become a creative director. 

TLSTheRoleofLoveInOurInboxes

Today I’m sharing about the role of love in our inbox.

This is something I’ve been focusing on in my own life over the past 4-6 weeks, and it’s brought more peace, presence, and joy to the world of email answering – and applies far beyond the inbox as well.

This shift takes virtually no extra time, but changes the whole process of email answering.

 

TheLivelyShowWithCorbettBarr

Today I’m talking with someone whom I highly respect (and may be a familiar face for many listeners), Corbett Barr.

Corbett is a co-founder and CEO of Fizzle (aff. link), an online business community and training platform for entrepreneurs.

I’ve been a member of Fizzle since April, and I love it so much that I invited Corbett to come on the show to share his story and passion for lifestyle design.

He’s designed his life around what is truly most important to him and his wife, after chasing the “traditional paths to success” in the highly competitive corporate and start-up worlds for many years.

This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to make an intentional shift in their life, career, or business that may seem uncomfortable or non-traditional.

 

Email readers: I’m so sorry about the link mishap on today’s email. Click here to go to the right post!

10LessonsILearnedInMy20s

Email readers: I’m so sorry about the link mishap on today’s email. Click here to go to the right post!

 

Today is the day before my 30th birthday(!), so I thought it would be fun to reflect on the 10 biggest lessons I learned in my 20′s.

And since last week’s “Mini Edition” of The Lively Show was such a big hit… I decided to share the lessons I’ve learned with you via another Mini Edition of The Lively Show!

I’m sharing the lessons I’ve learned concerning marriage, business, uncertainty, and cultivating a beautiful home. 

3TipsForWhenYouFeelOverwhelmed

Today I’m experimenting with something new… a TUESDAY Lively Show!

Instead of writing my usual Tuesday post, I’ve created a “mini edition” of the show.

I’m chatting openly about the craziness of the past six weeks for me, and the three biggest lessons I’ve learned during what has been one awesome and overwhelming ride. 

TheLivelyShowOhJoy

Happy Lively Show day!

Today I’ve got a special guest that I’ve wanted to have on the show ever since I started: Joy Cho of Oh Joy.

Joy is a graphic designer, blogger, product designer, author, mother (currently pregnant with her second child), wife, and she has a line at Target!

She is one busy lady.

Thankfully, I got the chance to talk with her about the things we don’t always get to see from reading her blog… the behind the scenes decisions, challenges, and hard-earned lessons that she’s faced over the last 10 years.

This show is perfect for bloggers, creatives, and those who want to learn more about how Joy manages so many personal and professional projects all at once.  

TheLivelyShowKateArends

Yesterday I got back from Nashville after speaking at the AH Inspired retreat. I had a fantastic time with some amazing women.

But, today I’m back in action with a new Lively Show episode for you!

This one is good, guys.

Really good.

I’m talking with designer Kate Arends, of the well known design blog, Wit & Delightand one of the newest Target collections!

Kate is smart, honest, vulnerable, and takes her craft seriously.

In this episode, we cover a gamut of topics including: how minimalism has evolved away from its original intent, her personal journey to learn to love and accept herself, and her relationship with mental health issues.

This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to learn more about minimalism, authenticity, thriving with mental health issues, or designing for Target.

 

TheLivelyShowWithJessLively

After seven months and 30 episodes… it’s my turn to be in the hot seat on The Lively Show!

To host this episode, I invited writer, speaker, and coach, Rachel MacDonald, of In Spaces Between and Bright Eyed & Blog Hearted, on the show.

Rachel is a previous Lively Show guest herself, so you may remember her (and her lovely Australian accent).

I asked Rachel to interview me since she is a peer in the work that I do, and I knew that she would be able to give an informed and honest opinion of my work.

In the show, we cover my life, the lessons I’ve learned along the way that apply to us all, and how this journey over the past eight years has led to the work I do with Life With Intention Online.

This episode is perfect for anyone looking to learn more about my journey, or wants to live with more intention and purpose while facing life’s inevitable uncertainty.

 

Top10AskMeAnythingAfter last week’s Ask Me Anything Day, several people asked me to share the questions and answers that other people were sending and receiving.

So today I’m sharing the “Top 10″ of the questions from this Ask Me Anything roundup.

Obviously, each exact question was only presented once, but they represent a host of other questions along the same lines.

And remember: the challenge was to ask and reply within three sentences or less (which I stuck to as much as possible).

Let’s take a look at the top 10, shall we?

 

TheLivelyShowKrisCarter

Though every episode of The Lively Show is awesome, if I could only ask you to listen to one episode…

THIS ONE IS IT.

I’m talking with Kristoffer Carter, a father of three, intense meditator, full-time employee, multi-instrumentalist, coach, partner with Jonathan Fields, and force behind This Epic Life.

We talk about how he achieves full life integration with everything on his plate.

This show is about everything, applies to everyone, and is so good I hope you listen twice! 

 


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