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Falling Out of Love with Your Business (And How To Bounce Back) [EWS10]

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Building a business can be tough, and it’s not always rainbows and sunshine. If you’re not surrounded by people who will encourage you, it’s easy to fall out of love with your business and get in a funk. But there’s a way to bounce back! Today on the Ellory Wells Show, you’ll hear two powerful stories. […]

EP79: 12 Books that Shaped My Past and Created My Future [GIVEAWAY]

EP79 Books that Shaped my Future

Episode 79 of the Empowered Podcast is all about the books that shape our pasts and create our futures. Inspired by the amount of wisdom found in the 80-year-old book, Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, I set out to find the other books that have made a significant impact on who I am today. I […]

EP14: How to Discover Your Sweet Spot & Maximize Your Talent w/ Scott Fay (@ScottMFay)

The 14th episode of the Empowered Podcast features business owner, and leadership coach, Scott Fay. You’ll hear how Scott made an intentional effort to grow beyond “just a landscaper”. He’ll share how he became the right hand man to John Maxwell, as well as how you and I can discover the sweet spot in our […]

EP10: Why Leaders are Readers & How to Build Relationships w/ Jeff Brown (@TheJeffBrown)

Jeff Brown Read to lead podcast wide

The 10th episode of the Empowered Podcast features podcaster, web-designer and possibly the next voice-over mogul, Jeff brown. Jeff will share his journey from being laid off, to becoming a full-time web-designer and owning his own company, to hosting one of the fastest growing and most educational podcasts around, the Read to Lead Podcast. Jeff’s […]

7 Types of People Successful People Avoid

7 Types of People Successful People Avoid

Have you ever met someone who was “toxic?” Not every personality type is one that you should keep around. Have you ever met someone who was “a little too happy?” Not every world-view will help you and I become successful people. If you agree with Napoleon Hill when he says that our personalities and levels […]

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