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Hosts Melissa McCarty and Kelly McLear are two-time Emmy nominated investigative journalists with more than 30 years of true crime experience. Covering both solved and unsolved cases, they've travelled the country confronting accused and convicted killers while also shedding light on the heartache violent acts cause. What sets them apart is their compelling storytelling and unique access to the people involved in each case which gives a 360-degree view of the crimes told directly from the so ...
 
Unschooling isn't just an educational choice, it's a life choice. For most parents, embracing unschooling requires some serious unravelling of old paradigms around parenting, learning and childhood, and that can be both challenging and exhilarating. Join me, Esther Jones, a mindful parenting coach and unschooling mother-of-three, as I take a look at the many opportunities for reflection that naturally arise in an unschooling home. I explore my own day-to-day life and talk to other unschoolin ...
 
You have power within you to create whatever life you choose. Each guest of the show as well as the solo episodes by Kirsten will illuminate the path to success by showcasing universal truths and principles for success. Kirsten is a passionate teacher and inspirational guide that believes in the innate potential of all people, and dedicates herself to supporting truly marvelous people to do what they were put on this earth to do. Learn more about Kirsten at kirstentyrrel.com
 
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In this episode we talk with Janez Potočnik, Chair of ForumforAg and Chairman of the RISE Foundation; Co-Chair of the International Resource Panel of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), on key takeaways on climate change and how to reverse the loss of biodiversity crucial meetings (COP27 in Egypt and COP15 in Canada); and key actions t…
 
What you say as a leader may not be what is received by the person you are speaking to. Sometimes, things said with good intentions can have negative consequences. This is why communication skills and emotional intelligence need to be at the top of every leader’s list. In this episode, best-selling author and leadership coach Nils Vinje speaks with…
 
My guest this episode is Amanda Diekman. Amanda lives in North Carolina with her husband and three sons, who are 6, 8 and 10. Amanda’s journey to unschooling started with her 8 year-old who is autistic, PDA and the reality that school was a difficult and traumatic experience for him. Her 10 year old son, who is also autistic later chose also to lea…
 
One of your greatest leadership secrets has been with you for your entire life. It was celebrated when you first started to use it and then it just became “normal”... It is something you use each and every single day, but you probably don’t think about it very much… It is your VOICE! In this episode, best-selling author and leadership coach Nils Vi…
 
Confidence and trust are at the heart of great leadership. These two elements build great relationships with employees, employers, customers, partners, etc. whether the relationship is personal or professional in nature. While we see countless examples in the media where confidence and trust have been broken, there is always an opportunity to do th…
 
Today’s conversation is with Emma Hosfeld from Illinois. Emma lives with her husband and three children, who are 7, 5 and 4. Emma traces the roots of her journey to unschooling back to when she was pregnant and the sense of disempowerment she felt within the medical system, and the choices she then made for a more empowered birth experience. She de…
 
Have you ever wondered why people don’t meet your expectations? Maybe the reason is that you didn’t set the expectation properly or maybe the other person didn’t know it existed at all! Expectations are misset all the time and it causes real frustration and trouble for leaders and their teams. On this episode, best-selling author and leadership coa…
 
Jake Jorgovan, Founder and CEO of Content Allies faced a big challenge when it came to developing leaders in his organization. He bought them books, gave them tips, spent time with them during 1:1s covering leadership topics. It was draining and not the highest and best use of their time together. Jake knew something had to change but was skeptical…
 
Today, I am beyond thrilled to be chatting with Pam Laricchia. Pam lives in Ontario, Canada and has three adult children, who are now 30, 28 and 25, and I came across her website about unschooling, which is called Living Joyfully, early on in my own journey, when I was still a little shaky. I found her so incredibly warm and reassuring. So, it was …
 
What’s the point of A/B testing your leadership? The point is to get valuable data to inform decisions that will help you improve. This is the same thing that expert marketers do to bring awareness of a product to a target audience. In this episode, best-selling author and leadership coach Nils Vinje speaks with Can Ozdoruk, VP of Marketing at Neto…
 
Today, I’m chatting with Lainie Liberti. Lainie is originally from California, but, in 2008, decided to go travelling with her 9-year-old son for a year. She closed the business she had been running for some years and took her son out of school. He is 24 now and they never went back. They’ve travelled extensively, given a Ted talk together on world…
 
A lot of people get into leadership roles by accident. Someone excels as an individual contributor and then is offered the opportunity to lead the team. What happens when the star performer takes over the team? It can be an incredible move and produce amazing results. Or, it can end in failure with relationships destroyed. What’s the difference bet…
 
My guest today is a long time friend who has inspired me for years. Chelsea Wilson is a voice teacher specializing in musical theatre performance. She’s a graduate of the University of Michigan’s Musical Theatre BFA program and uses her expertise to support her students all over the world, from Broadway stars to amateurs singers. In 2017 she began …
 
If you were to leave your position as a leader tomorrow, what would happen? Would everything continue running as normal because you built repeatable systems that are designed to run without you? Or would everything fall apart because the systems you have in place rely on you running them? This is a really important area where I spend a lot of time …
 
My guest today is Marni Kammersel from Boulder, Colorado. Marni lives with her husband and three children, who are 13, 10 and 6. She tells us about her family’s recent transition from an eclectic homeschool style to full-on unschooling, a move inspired by her oldest entering his teens, and her youngest having a huge need for autonomy. We talk about…
 
Chynna Hansen, the creator and founder of Little Mama Shirt Shop joins me on the podcast to share the story of how she started her shop! She's giving us an insight into how her inspired idea has become a multi-million dollar brand with nearly 30 employees, all in a matter of six years. Her journey is inspiring and you'll love hearing how much she a…
 
Melissa is on the show today sharing her story about how she created the nonprofit company Back to 1776. As she watched our founding fathers history and legacies being drug through the mud, she felt a strong urgency to stand up and speak out. This lead to her most recent adventure in launching her own podcast, Because They Were Brave! We're dishing…
 
If you knew you couldn't fail, how would you change the way you are living today? Who would you spend time with? What would you do or not do? Where would you go? I'm talking about how to take big risks and feel aligned with your dreams today on this solo episode. Tune in and let me know on Instagram what you'd do differently if you knew YOU couldn'…
 
In this episode we discuss with Shari Rogge-Fidler, President and CEO of the Farm Foundation, based in Chicago, USA, how she thinks agriculture could provide solutions to tackle climate change. As a farm owner and operator herself, she explains her thoughts on the position of farmers on this matter, and the role they are aiming to achieve, also at …
 
Doing the work as a leader is not enough!! You must market your leadership. You must tell the story of you, your team, and your accomplishments. If you don’t, nobody will truly know what you do. In this episode, best-selling author and leadership coach Nils Vinje speaks with Anu Shukla, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman at Botco.ai. We discussed ho…
 
Today I’m chatting with Erin Rosemond in Ontario, Canada. Erin has four children, who are now aged between 17 and 23. Erin came to unschooling when her oldest child reached school age, after connecting with home educating parents and realising that school would be a bad fit for her son. Today we talk about what unschooling looks like as our childre…
 
You will fail, but quitting is a decision… This is a really important distinction that my guest, Luke Hansen, Founder & CEO of CompanyCam, made during this episode of the B2B Leadership Podcast. When everyone else looks like they have everything perfectly put together, where does your focus as a leader need to be? Tune in to find out! Podcast highl…
 
Izzie was living the life in London with a man she thought she'd spend the rest of her life with. After an anniversary trip, that reality was shattered and Izzie was thrust into a new life. Her reaction to that event sent her spiraling, and changed several circumstances in her life. She bounced back from that horrendous experience, and has since be…
 
If you are a leader and you are the center of your team, you’re doing it wrong. Many leaders think that this is the right place to be, after all I am the “leader” right? The simple answer is no. If it’s your team, your ideas, your direction, it’s a “you” show. In this episode, best-selling author and leadership coach Nils Vinje speaks with Jerome P…
 
Summer learned early on the type of woman she wanted to be. She also experienced the reaction to her living in alignment with her gifts, which made her play small. But after a season she recognized her living fully was inspiring to others, and the only way she really wanted to live. Follow Summer on Instagram HERE. Come hang out with us on IG and f…
 
Today, I’m chatting with Katy, who lives in Connecticut with her husband, her five year old son and her two year old daughter. Katy and her family have just started out on their unschooling journey. As a teacher for many years, Katy had frequently felt uneasy about many aspects of mainstream education, but felt she had no other option for her child…
 
If you have a surface-level relationship with your employees, you’re going to get a low level of engagement. If you have a relationship built on top of a strong foundation of mutual respect and trust, you’re going to get a drastically different level of engagement. The best part is that as a leader, it’s your choice. Nobody is going to tell you wha…
 
My guest on the show today is none other than the amazing and marvelous Lisa Valentine Clark. She is the prime example of showing up and showing the world what you're made of. Actress, podcast host, mom of five and recent widow to one of the funniest men to ever walk on the planet, Lisa shines in every endeavor she undertakes. Listen to the episode…
 
Welcome back to the Marvelous Podcast! I am so delighted you are here. Things have changed and taken on different names, but in this episode I'm explaining how the premise of the show is still the same as when it began seven years ago. I am inspired and empowered by stories from people who choose to live intentionally, to reach for big dreams and l…
 
Shoeb Mogal, Director of Engineering at NewStore, Inc, has been on a fascinating ride from co-founder to engineer to Director of Engineering. In his first round as a leader, he wasn’t successful even though he had the full support of his peers. He made a decision to become great at leadership and set a course based on continuous improvement. He inv…
 
My guest today is Emily Ghassempour. Emily has a son and a daughter, who are 8 and nearly 6, and they left mainstream school just six months ago. School had become a source of extreme stress for the whole family. Daily meltdowns and anxiety finally culminated in the children refusing to go to school and in the family’s decision that they had to try…
 
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