056: Two Opposite Stories, Same Struggle, One Breakthrough: You Are Enough – Judy Hoberman

056: Two Opposite Stories, Same Struggle, One Breakthrough: You Are Enough – Judy Hoberman


Judy Hoberman is a TEDx speaker, trainer and coach who speaks on women in sales and the sales process  to  working, communicating and building relationships with women in business.  

She has been "dubbed" the Gender Expert on Fox Business News and known as The Accountability Coach.  

She received the Character and Integrity Award from thousands of agents in the insurance world and was recently named as a finalist for Mentor of the Year from Women of Visionary Influence.

In our interview share a bit of my own struggle with acnee, and she shares her story about her father telling her she will not amount to anything but winning beauty pageants.

We both have had struggles, very different, opposite you might say, I'm sure you'll be able to relate to one or the other and get inspired to find your own way to break through.

Her favorite Gratitude Quote


“Gratitude turns what we have into enough.” - Melody Beattie @GeorgianBenta

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Actionable tips to be GRATEFUL consistenly

    • Re-connect with people: family, friends, aquaintances. 
    • Think about what your life would be without the people in your life
    • See what's right in front of you, and appreciate that

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055: Don’t Stay In Life’s Winter. Spring Is Always Near – Jason Morris

055: Don’t Stay In Life’s Winter. Spring Is Always Near – Jason Morris


Jason Morris is a real estate FSBO master, author of a best-selling book on FSBO, a good leader, and a really great guy. 

He shares with us his experience in the real estate marketing, how many agents are still in their "winter" even though the reality is that they should be in their "spring", like many of us, what he appreciates about his life right now: like being a first time dad and many great tips on what we can do to keep grateful even in tough times. 

Jason Morris says:

"Be grateful for those things that you went through because it's hard to have a Spring without a Winter, you know? 

What I mean is that you can't tear our January off the calendar and avoid it, you know?

But the thing is the problem that a lot of people have is they go through one of those Winters and they just stay in Winter, you know? 

They never really try to get better they’re never really thankful for what they do have."



Without gratitude and appreciation for what you already have, you’ll never know true fulfillment. - Tony Robbins @GeorgianBenta

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'When you are gratefulfear disappears and abundance appears.' - Tony Robbins @GeorgianBenta

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054: Success & Gratitude As A First Generation American Black Woman – Christie Lindor

054: Success & Gratitude As A First Generation American Black Woman – Christie Lindor

Christie is a management consultant focused on all things transformational. She specializes in partnering with both private and public sector clients to harness the power of authenticity in organizational change.  She operates well in complex service delivery environments across industries such as Financial Services, Insurance, Consumer Goods, and Technology.  Christie has spent her entire 16+ year career working for some of the top consulting firms in the world.

Given her vast experience in consulting, Christie enjoys being a frequent sounding board to dozens of mentees and has protégées doing great things all around the world. A boomerang Bostonian, Christie is a passionate coffee drinking futurist while blogging regularly on a number of different websites.

She is also author of The MECE Muse: 100+ selected practices, unwritten rules, and habits of great consultants, being published in 2017.

As a certified project manager and facilitator,  Christie has earned a B.S. in marketing & computer science from Bentley University, an M.S. in organizational leadership at Mercy College, and have recently completed relevant human capital and HR trends coursework from Columbia University.


She is also a reformed perfectionist, recovering workaholic, and political junkie.

When Christie is not consulting, writing, mentoring, or public speaking, you can find her reading business books, talking politics, or indulging in an unhealthy, addictive quest for the perfect pair of high heels and pearls.

Her story is so inspiring and she's such a determined person that I'm sure it will rubb off on you, as it did on me. Especially if you feel like your background isn't helping you in being grateful or successful, she is the proof that it's within our power to choose both. 


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Actionable tips to be GRATEFUL consistenly

    • Start your day believing a miracle is about to happen

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053: What Matters Most: Lessons From A Million Dollar Business – Milana Leshinsky

053: What Matters Most: Lessons From A Million Dollar Business – Milana Leshinsky


Milana Leshinsky is creating a simplicity revolution for coaches, authors, speakers and entrepreneurs who want to grow their businesses with ease. 

Creator of Recurring Revenue Revolution, author of Coaching Millions, co-founder of JV Insider Circle, and an inventor of telesummits, Milana is known as a serial entrepreneur and paradigm shifter by many luminaries. 

She came from Soviet Ukraine 25 years ago as a classical musician with zero knowledge of the business world, and has built multiple six and seven-figure businesses since. 

Today sheʼs passionate about showing entrepreneurs how to use simplicity as a growth strategy and say goodbye complexity and overwhelm.


What we talked about

    • What happened when she reached 1 million dollars and what didn't
    • The story of how she got her piano when she came to the US and why it always reminds her of gratitude
    • How she felt underappreciated for her work and the importance appreciation has on our overall wellbeing​​​​
    • Overwhelm, anxiety and panic attacks, trying to do things at the speed of light, instead of the speed of LIFE
    • How she got to appreciate the little things, like the trees on her street when taking a walk, after selling her part of the business

Her favorite Gratitude Quote


“The deepest craving of human nature is the need to be appreciated.” - William James @MilanaLeshinsky

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052: You Get What You Focus On – Danny Sunshine Bauer

052: You Get What You Focus On – Danny Sunshine Bauer

Danny Sunshine Bauer is a leader of leaders, and on his podcast Better Leaders Better Schools he talks a lot about how in life 10% is what happens to us and 90% is how we react, this where gratitude kicks in. 

Also, he’s leading a few masterminds and he does a great job at it, he explains how hard it can be to excell at anything while in isolation. 

You’ll definitely enjoy this conversation, he speaks with authority and you can feel the experience behind each word. 

Plus, you’ll get to learn where “Sunshine” came from. 🙂 

Daniel E. Bauer helps school leaders create winning cultures, focus on the essential, and lead with courage and integrity.


What we talked about

  • Why communities are so important for cultivating a positive habit
  • What Danny Sunshine Bauer does in his masterminds to get the focus back on appreciation
  • His journey from a negative, angry, pessimistic approach in life when he was younger, to being a leader of leaders, that lives with gratitude
  • How much perspective matters in our experience of life
  • The story behind his name, "Sunshine" and so much more

His favorite Gratitude Quote

 “There is good in everything, if only we look for it.” - Laura Ingalls Wilder

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Actionable tips to be GRATEFUL consistenly

  • Gratitude journal 5 minutes in the morning, 5 minutes at night

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