A single mother with little money and no higher education, Sherry Deutschmann started a business in her basement. It grew into a 40 million dollar business before she sold it in 2016. To help other female entrepreneurs achieve success, as she did, Sherry founded BrainTrust in 2019. Sherry believes that the secret to maximizing revenue is investing in your employees, and she’s living proof.
As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? For my guest today, that dream was to be a musician. But his father had other intentions. And yet, through all of life’s challenges, including surviving a terminal cancer diagnosis, he found his way back to his passion. Today, John Tesh is not only an award winning radio & tv personality, he’s an award winning musician and composer who’s sold millions of records around the world.
Judy Balloff is no stranger to life’s trials – from open heart surgery, to repeated strokes and then, after recovery, to job loss. Through it all, Judy has persevered. Judy is also no stranger to life’s blessings and, to name just one, her faith. Through personal and professional successes, it is just in the last year that Judy has found true peace through her connection with God and her daily motivational book she published to help others create and strengthen the same connection.
Tune in for a taste of peace, gratitude and inspiration.
Meet Michelle Sorro, who left TV to launch her own business – a story sounds much like my own! Michelle calls herself a spiritual entrepreneur and believes that, to grow, we need to be humble enough to do something poorly until we learn to do it better.
Michelle’s time in TV taught her exactly how to capture an audience and sell a product and, building on that knowledge, she runs a successful online coaching business, is a best-selling author, and a podcaster. Listen in and hear how Michelle made her transition to her next chapter. It will inspire you.
“We’re wired to grow,” says Whitney Johnson, CEO of talent development company, Disruption Advisors and best-selling author. Whitney believes that disruptions over the courses of our careers, whether self-created or not, allow us to reset our goals and to grow.
Whitney is living proof. She went from being a secretary on Wall Street, to award winning analyst, to running her own company. This episode will leave you with a new view of your career journey. Tune in!