Podcasts

How to Find the Right Accountant for You

How to Find the Right Accountant for You

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / April 11, 2022 /

It’s essential to do your research and ask the right questions to know that the person you’re working with has the skills and certifications needed to keep your business running smoothly. 

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Power, Truth and Symbols in ‘Black Panther’

Power, Truth and Symbols in ‘Black Panther’

By Alex Stevens / April 7, 2022 /

There’s no peace in hiding your power. There’s only temporary respite.

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Think You’re Ready to Buy a House? Read This First

Think You’re Ready to Buy a House? Read This First

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / April 4, 2022 /

Buying a home is supposed to be part of the American Dream, but that may soon be changing.

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How the Simple Practice of Intentional Note-Taking Can Transform Your Mind 

How the Simple Practice of Intentional Note-Taking Can Transform Your Mind 

By Rae Fitzgerald / March 18, 2022 /

Note-taking can be challenging, especially when our minds start to wander and daydream. Discovering your learning style can help you find a technique that keeps you engaged. 

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Dreams, Your Process and the Kwisatz Haderach: 3 Lessons from ‘Dune’

Dreams, Your Process and the Kwisatz Haderach: 3 Lessons from ‘Dune’

By Alex Stevens / March 17, 2022 /

Your dreams are important messages from your true self, and sometimes they inform you and push you forward in ways your conscious mind alone might never have.

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How to Manage Your Calendar 

How to Manage Your Calendar 

By Ben Fairfield / March 16, 2022 /

This week on the SUCCESS Line we discuss the repetition of fundamentals, particularly as it relates to protecting your time. Ben, who has been in the insurance industry for the past 10 years, struck out on his own last year as an independent agent. While he enjoys the opportunities he now has for greater diversification,…

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Quitting Isn't the Enemy We've Been Told It Is—Here's How to Know When the Time Is Right

Quitting Isn’t the Enemy We’ve Been Told It Is—Here’s How to Know When the Time Is Right

By Ben Fairfield / March 14, 2022 /

The term grit has recently gained popularity, but it’s misunderstood by many. Grit doesn’t mean persevering at all costs, or that quitting is bad. In fact, a 2018 study determined that there was actually a weak link between grit and performance. 

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What Is Media Literacy and How Can You Improve Yours?

What Is Media Literacy and How Can You Improve Yours?

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / March 7, 2022 /

Spotting false information online has become more complex, especially as people get their primary news information from social media and the internet.

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Win Together, Lose Together: Embracing a Collective Approach to Negotiation with Barry Nalebuff 

Win Together, Lose Together: Embracing a Collective Approach to Negotiation with Barry Nalebuff 

By Rae Fitzgerald / March 4, 2022 /

In his latest book Split the Pie: A Radical New Way to Negotiate, Nalebuff argues that considering the collective’s needs is the most productive way to problem solve. Unfortunately, few people and practically no businesses approach discussions with this mindset, a problem he’s intent on changing. 

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How to Find Your Audience (Because You Don't Need Everyone)

How to Find Your Audience (Because You Don’t Need Everyone)

By Ben Fairfield / March 2, 2022 /

It starts with being authentic. You don’t need everyone; you need the right people. And sure, being authentic might mean that some people won’t be interested.

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