Work Alchemy: The Impact Interviews
In this podcast series, learn and be inspired by successful leaders who have positive impact in their business and beyond.
Having impact, being a positive influence in the world, touches a deep human need in all of us to contribute and change lives for the better. Impact is grounded in love – love for yourself, for others and for the world.
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Leader of the Women Like Us Foundation, Linda Rendleman promotes gender equality and social justice globally through the foundation, her books, and the documentary Women Like Us: Three Journeys. One Mission. To Change the World.
Bestselling author Linda Kohanov explores the healing potential of working with horses and offers programs that address leadership, emotional and social intelligence, and stress reduction. Her empowering work helps us understand how varied leadership skills are and how to wield the 5 skills.
It’s a new year! Full of possibilities. Possibilities for you to have more impact with your business. But in order to make the most of them, you have to step up. Is this your year to make a difference, to transform possibilities into impact? Business coach Ursula Jorch, your host on this podcast, talks about what it takes to have the impact you envision. You can do this!
Will Wise and Chad Littlefield are business partners in a unique leadership and communication training company. They ask powerful questions, which is also the title of Will’s new book, as a way to amplify trust and connection, and help people create a workplace that is worth showing up to.
Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler recently expanded his expertise from being the world’s leading authority on keratoconus, an eye condition, to the field of Perceptual Intelligence (PI), how we interpret and occasionally manipulate our experiences to distinguish fantasy from reality. Learn how PI affects your marketing and your life.
Impact and influence strategist Wendy Lipton-Dibner is a real find in the business world. She’s someone who is willing to experiment to find the right path. Listen in as we hear her personal and professional story of impact.
Personal development thought leader and multiple best selling author Barrie Davenport shares the personal and business aspects of how her practical, science-backed strategies for self-improvement have impacted so many, with over a million readers each month of her blog.
Product innovator at multiple high profile tech companies, Lesley Grossblatt is now leading TheBoardList.com, working to increase corporate board performance through greater gender diversity. Lesley shares stories from her own tech experience and how she see the future unfolding for women.
Sangoma and guide for change Christa Gallopoulos has been on a journey to find belonging. She talks about her experiences in South Africa, and how she has built work and life around helping others bring their innate gifts to the world.
Your impact depends on you. Your energy, Your well-being. Consistent action is what has real impact. In this episode, learn what you can do to implement a practice of self-care that will keep you going as you have impact and even change the world.
A passionate writer, speaker, and transformational mentor, Barbara Edie helps purpose-driven people connect to their inner wisdom and authentic power. Hear how Barbara’s trips to Africa have transformed her own business and life.
Cause marketing expert, entrepreneur and author Carolyn Butler-Madden helps brands drive profit through purpose. She sees business and marketing as a potential force for good in the world. Our conversation delved deep into how profit and purpose can combine for the good of all.
The world’s leading authority on applying genius thinking to personal and organizational development, Michael J. Gelb shares his pioneering ideas about creativity, innovative leadership, and substantial connection. He’s even worked for the Rolling Stones as a juggler! A unique and innovative leader.
Episode 104: NANCY DUARTE
Communication expert and author Nancy Duarte heads up a firm that is the global leader behind some of the most influential visual messages in business and culture. Listen as she tells the stories of her own entrepreneurial journey and her take on impact.
Conscious business executive and life coach Bridgette Boudreau joins us to talk about her unique career journey, and how she is currently supporting the mission of Sounds True to spread spiritual wisdom.
Award-winning songwriter, speaker, and author David LaMotte speaks to connecting each other in an invitational way in his business. Through the diversity of his music, nonprofit, and writing, David deconstructs the myth of powerlessness.
Fourth-generation physician turned shamanic healer and life coach Sarah Seidelmann joins us for a conversation about living courageously and enthusiastically. She shares her own story and the ways of shamanic healing, along with a behind the scenes view of her business.
Internationally acclaimed spiritual author and teacher, Marianne Williamson, joins us to talk business. Her perspectives on impact, money, clients, and team continue to shed light on how we can remain spiritually aligned while doing business.
You can have impact every day, by adopting these 7 habits of highly impactful people. In this podcast episode, Ursula teaches you the 7 habits of highly impactful people, and how you can bring them into your own work and life. These habits pay off hugely, not only in how much impact you have, but financially in your business too. By following these 7 habits of highly impactful people, you and your business will make a difference. Your impact is a gift to us all.
Non-conformist Chris Guillebeau has spent his life following freedom, independence and community as an entrepreneur. His popular books, podcast and annual World Domination Summit gathering have created a following of entrepreneurs and side hustle explorers.
Helping entrepreneurs have transforming, life-changing impact through giving projects, Masami Sato’s organization, Buy 1 Give 1, presents opportunities for meaningful contributions to solving big problems. An author and speaker, Masami shares her journey with leadership in her business.
A life-changing car accident led former model and athlete Andy Hnilo to create a company of skin care products to heal himself and others. Andy’s experience is a great example of his discipline and persistence moving him past his accident and into a whole new life.
Growing up in the African wilderness has prepared speaker, author and coach Boyd Varty for his work of helping people, individually and in organizations, restore their connection with their own true nature. The connectedness of the African village environment is what he helps create in companies.
Collaborative divorce lawyer Kimberly Graham is a compassionate and respectful ally who is on a mission to educate people so they can move forward through divorce with dignity. She believes that divorce can’t undo a family, so the collaborative process is critical to the health of a family after divorce.
In this liminal space between her highly successful career as a journalist and host of Marketplace Money on NPR, Tess Vigeland is exploring what is possible in her life after the career she wanted and achieved. Listen in as she shares her insights into taking the leap.
Marketing expert George Kao realized he wasn’t having the impact he wanted to have, so he shut down his multi-6-figure marketing business and started over. This courageous move led to a full practice and clients with their own impact realized.
Creative entrepreneur Chris Zydel works with clients through intuitive painting and other means to help them connect to their aliveness, their intuition. She believes that everyone is deeply creative and that we can use that creativity for life-changing personal transformation.
With clients like actor Michael J. Fox, Dragon Kevin O’Leary, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the business created by Martin Perelmuter and his wife Farah has global impact. Martin’s belief in speaking as a catalyst for change informs the business’ value-based culture.
Are distractions keeping you from having impact? Ursula Jorch discusses the four main ways you can limit your impact, and strategies to move past those distractions.
As CEO of Manna Foodbank, which provides over 13 million meals annually, Hannah Randall provides a uniting place where people are treated with love and respect, and hope and dignity are offered at a time when it is most needed.
Episode 87: CHRISTINE MARIE
A specialist in healing inner and outer conflict, Christine Marie brings valuable to relationship and addiction work. Her holistic mind, body, heart approach allows people to address each aspect of their wholeness to create change.