Reconnecting with Purpose to Fall Back in Love with Your Work with Julie Perkins

Julie Perkins is a passionate and resilient entrepreneur who learned valuable lessons from her past failures. She began her career at a young age, launching a brand in the Netherlands with high hopes and expectations. However, despite careful planning, the venture faced significant challenges and struggled to gain momentum. While the journey did not unfold as expected, Julie's experiences taught her valuable lessons in resilience and adaptability which she shares in her latest conversation with Rosie Ward. Together, they explore the essential role of cohesive teams, celebrating shared successes, and the pitfalls of holding onto tasks that no longer align with our passion and values. They also tackle the issue of founders and leaders facing an existential crisis when caught up in the growth of their companies. Stay tuned for an enlightening and inspiring conversation!

Lessons About Life & Leadership From Parenting a 13-Year-Old

I’ve previously written blogs about incredible life and leadership lessons I’ve been gifted from my son, Peyton. And I know I’m not alone. When I’m doing developmental work with leaders, I regularly hear comments from them on how applicable the skills and tools are to parenting; it’s not in a paternalistic or condescending way but more...

Leading on Purpose

Leading on Purpose: The Power of Embodied Learning with Dr. Chris Johnson

Chris Johnson, author of "The Leadership Pause" and the owner of Q4-Consulting, is a renowned executive leadership coach, psychologist, and consultant. With over 20 years of experience working with leaders and their teams, Chris is dedicated to cultivating strong leaders, promoting healthy workplaces, and creating engaged, thriving communities. In this episode, she explores the power of embodied learning and how it can transform our lives and leadership. Let's dive in!

Show Up as a Leader Celebrates 3 years.

Celebrating 3 Years of Podcasting

As we mark the momentous occasion of our podcast's third anniversary, I have profound gratitude for the incredible journey I've shared with my remarkable guests, dedicated listeners, and supportive team. Thank you for your support and enthusiasm. As we reflect on the milestones of the past three years, we feel humbled by the connections we've forged, the lessons we've learned, and the impact we've made together. I am thrilled to announce the exciting addition of two remarkable podcast partners to our podcast feed—each bringing a fresh perspective and a wealth of expertise to the platform. Together, we are committed to delivering an even more diverse and enriching podcast experience, ensuring our listeners are consistently engaged, inspired, and informed.

RIMP Self-Care with picture of Dr. Rosie Ward.

Rosie in My Pocket: Self-Care

In this episode, Rosie addresses the common struggle many people face when it comes to practicing deliberate self-care. She challenges the narrative that prioritizing self-care is selfish and emphasizes that it is, in fact, an act of love and care for others. Rosie encourages listeners to reframe self-care as a critical element of becoming the best version of themselves and serving others effectively.

By taking intentional steps to prioritize self-care, Rosie suggests that individuals can experience a positive shift in their energy levels and reduced feelings of resentment. She invites listeners to share their experiences as they put this concept into practice and reminds them that tending to their self-care needs allows their inner sparkle to shine even brighter. Join Rosie in exploring the transformative power of self-care and its impact on personal well-being and relationships.

Rosie in My Pocket: Necessary Endings

In this episode, Rosie delves into the concept of "necessary endings" inspired by Dr. Henry Cloud's book. She explores how this metaphor applies to our lives by drawing parallels with the pruning of a rosebush in winter to encourage blooming in spring. She highlights that just as a rosebush requires regular pruning, we also must identify and let go of things that hinder our personal growth and potential. Whether it's shedding self-limiting beliefs, toxic relationships, or unproductive habits, Rosie challenges us to consider what needs to be pruned from our lives. Join Rosie in this thought-provoking episode to discover how embracing necessary endings can pave the way for personal growth and flourishing.

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