This is the second of our follow ups we recorded this fall. We just couldn't get enough of Anita Quillen and thought you all would benefit from a deeper dive into her story.

QUOTE IT

“My knowledge just keep growing because I didn’t close any door.” (4:24)

“Listen to yourself so you can learn these things in time.” (6:48)

“Keep marching forward.” (8:56)

DIG IN

(6:07) Doing although afraid.
(7:02) Teaching others to be successful leaders.
(9:34) Overcoming barriers and obstacles.

TIP OF THE WEEK:

Everyone has fear. The winners forge ahead in spite of these fears.

Direct download: Episode_102_-_Anita_Quillen.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:30am EST

For the next couple of weeks we're going to get the personal stories of two fascinating ladies. This week is a follow up to our interview with Karen Slaughter-DuPerry. Listen to her story and share with your friends to provide some motivation!

QUOTE IT

“Listen and then feedback to the person: 'I thought I heard you say.'” (4:26)
“Are you just doing something or are you solving an issue?” (8:30)
“I was the roadblock buster.” (11:02)

DIG IN

(4:00) Listening, a trait for successful executives.
(5:45) Spend time with a blank piece of paper to shape or transform the current entity.
(7:26) Use collaborative listening to create the vision.
(9:09) Ability to be a really good implementer.

TIP OF THE WEEK:

Listen with an open mind. Preconceived ideas can interfere with an effective solution.

Direct download: Karen_Slaughter-DuPerry_2_Final.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:30am EST

100 episodes, nearly 2,300 minutes or over 38 hours of PureReinvention. What a ride! Team PureReinvention takes a few minutes to talk about the last couple of years and provides some hints of what's to come.


QUOTE IT

“There becomes the power where others are starting to initiate energy into this PureReinvention process because they now see where it connects into the value of what their journey is.” (5:40)

DIG IN


(3:22) The movement of PureReinvention podcasts


(6:20) Opportunities to connect with likeminded individuals


Tip of the week:

Use the PureReinvention podcasts for inspiration. Reach out to us and guests to build your network. Share your PureReinvention story with us!

Direct download: PureReinvention_100_Episode_Final.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:30am EST

It can be a lonely place being a young disrupter. That's why its good to reach out and network with others and find a support network. Fortunately for us, Greg Rokisky, social and digital media consultant, found his way to PureReinvention (a safe harbor for disrupters) and will be spearheading our social media communities going into 2017. We think Greg's story is inspiring.


QUOTE IT

“The easiest way to sell a product or to increase your bottom line as a brand or to achieve a goal is to find likeminded individuals around you.” (7:42)

“I know I’m not alone now because there is an organization that encourages others to think how I’m thinking.” (11:49)

DIG IN

(6:42) How to build a community.

(14:16) How PureReinvention helps to support a community of likeminded individuals.

(18:36) Why PureReinvention.


Tip of the week:

Be open to new and possibly intimidating tools and strategies. Ensue creativity and vulnerability to fuel your next sustainable change.

 

Direct download: 099_Greg_Rokisky_Final.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:30am EST

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