Kelly Roach

Jul 17, 2017

Kelly Roach is my guest in this episode. Kelly tells it like it is and has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs with her coaching and training – and her energy!! The biz stuff: Kelly is a former NFL cheerleader turned Fortune 500 Executive and now, CEO of Kelly Roach International. As someone who built her business on the side of her corporate job before taking it full time, Kelly then doubled her business when her daughter was an newborn and retired her husband at the same time. In addition to her entrepreneurial success, Kelly is also the host of top-rated podcast Unstoppable
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  “We don’t just learn by doing, we also learn by reflecting on what we’ve done.” How true.  This blog, I’d like to talk briefly about ‘taking stock’. July is the start of a new financial year and I really feel it’s important to schedule one of your most important meetings. No, not with your accountant. Not with your staff. Not with your doctor. With yourself. Yep, with yourself. Grab your notepad and take yourself out for a coffee meeting, order your favourite coffee or tea, and give yourself a performance review. Ask yourself: How have things been going in the past
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In this podcast we hear from Sharon Thurin, CEO & health food visionary at the helm of Slim Secrets, the global business that creates delicious, nutritionally balanced snacks with a sassy edge. Slim Secrets is one of Australia’s biggest success stories in the health food market. Sharon’s products – which range from nutritionally balanced snack bars to puddings, shakes, cookies and protein balls – are available Australia-wide and exported to more than 15 countries around the world including the Kuwait, Singapore and, most recently, China. Working with clients battling obesity and weight loss, Sharon grew increasingly frustrated with the lack of
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Recently I was fortunate enough to be in the presence of Peter Singer.  Peter Singer is a philosopher, and is in Time Magazine’s  top 100 most influential people in the world.  He is also, I am proud to say, an Australian. The event was organised by the School of Life in Sydney and due to the demand for tickets they had to move to a larger venue. It was heartening to see the audience was predominantly young people. Peter Singer was talking about ethics and “What Really Matters”. This resonated strongly with me for a number of reasons – and
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