Wed, 25 January 2023
Becoming a great speaker takes work. It takes time, effort, and dedication. You must do more than just read a book or watch a video and expect to become a good speaker overnight. You have to go through the process of learning, growing, and preparing yourself for the day you speak in front of an audience. To become a great speaker, you must learn how to communicate well. You can learn how to communicate well by studying the art of public speaking and learning techniques to help you become an effective communicator.
The key to becoming a great speaker is knowing your audience and having a clear message that resonates with them. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Ashley Kirkwood, a lawyer and the Founder of Speak Your Way To Cash, where she helps speakers, experts, entrepreneurs, authors, and visionaries to land large corporate speaking and consulting contracts and grow their businesses utilizing their voices.
Ashley Kirkwood explains how you can grow your speaking career and become a six-figure paid speaker. She talks about how she got into speaking, the strategies for determining if you can have a successful speaking career, and improving your natural abilities to become a high-level speaker. She also shares some tips for starting your speaking career from the comfort of your home and LinkedIn's role in scaling a speaking career. Tune in to learn more!
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Wed, 18 January 2023
Being human is a complex and multifaceted concept that encompasses many different aspects of our lives. At its core, being human involves being self-aware and possessing the ability to think, feel, and communicate. It also involves having a sense of morality and forming relationships and connections. There are many different ways to strive to be more fully human and live a fulfilling and meaningful life.
Some key ways to do this include self-reflection and self-improvement, forming deep and meaningful connections with others, and working to contribute to the greater good in some way. Ultimately, being human involves striving to be our best selves and to live a life that is authentic and true to our values and beliefs. In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Carlos Whittaker, an author, and speaker who shares his life publicly to help people navigate difficult conversations gracefully.
Carlos talks about his book: How To Human. He shares the story behind the book, the challenges he faced when writing the book, and tips to bring good humanity back. He also talks about how you can calm down the fire inside you when someone is of the opposite opinion, dealing with troubling conversations rooted in trauma and the humanity of Jesus that made Carlos better. Tune in to learn more!
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Wed, 11 January 2023
When we compare ourselves to others, it's easy to get caught up in their successes, good fortune, and happiness. But when we focus on how much happier they are than us, how much more successful they are, and how much more money they have than us, it can make us feel worse about ourselves and our lives. Moreover, this can lead to jealousy, bitterness, and resentment. It can also lead us to make bad decisions that could ultimately hurt us financially, physically, and mentally.
But how do we stop ourselves from feeling bad about our own lives? How do we stop comparing ourselves to others and falling short? In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Nona Jones, an internationally renowned speaker, business executive, media personality, and ministry leader who overcame the trauma of childhood sexual abuse to achieve immense career success. Labeled a problem child at an early age, Nona has become a recognized voice of hope, healing, and inspiration, equipping women and girls worldwide to rise from their past pain into a fulfilling future through faith.
Nona explains killing comparison and living an abundant life. Furthermore, she talks about the story behind the book: Killing Comparison, the role that comparison plays in creating insecurity, recognizing bad comparison, and the difficulty of killing comparison. She also shares some insights on using social media as a tool to kill comparison and helping your family destroy negative comparisons. Tune in to learn more!
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Wed, 4 January 2023
In this episode of His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Kristin Stones, a finance coach, to share some tips on dealing with debt. She helps people learn how to love life on a budget, and also, women take back their finances and live a more purposeful life.
Kristin shares some insights on the things that changed how she tackles finances, the crazy financial goals that she has accomplished, the things that will allow you to progress financially, tackling multiple financial plans simultaneously, and the benefits of attacking debts in an organized manner.
She shares some tips on how to stay motivated on your goals. Tune in to learn more on this and other exciting topics!
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