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Jayson and Me: On What It Takes to Become An Idea Machine

Jayson Gaignard is someone you want to know, he is a SUPER connector (as in 2/3 degrees of separation to anyone you can think of).

And today he is interviewing me in on ultra successful podcast “MasterMind Talks” to go over what it takes to Become An Idea Machine — 

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But that is not all…  He is also giving away 9 Free copies of my book to listeners... The show is 20 minutes long

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11 Reasons Why Women Need To Become Idea Machines Now

We are at a point in history where we have to stop pretending we are not brilliant beings. 
We, as women, need to become idea machines, pronto.  
The power that comes through it is a gift we owe to the world. 
We have to own our talent and admit that we have something to bring to the table. 
We are in a magnificent position to affect change in the world in a feminine way.  There is no winning in playing small anymore.

I said that recently at Fei’s podcast

And… Of course….

In true “Idea Machine style”… 

that conversation invited me to elaborate and come up with ten/eleven reasons why it is so important for women (and men, of course) but specifically, in this case, for women, to become idea machines.
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The Yoga Podcast: Episode #3 Gregor Maehle: YOGA MEDITATION -The Real Thing

We can sit in meditation all we want but it means NOTHING unless both nostrils are working at the same time because that is the only physiological thing that sets the odds in our favor. Did you know that?

If you cannot see the photo of Gregor with the Play button below – click here to start listening as you read.  Or…Click here to listen in ITunes

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10 Reasons I Loved The Book BOLD

Just finished listening to BOLD.  And even though the book is competing with mine in the Amazon ranks, here is showing that there is abundance for all.
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Loved BOLD for these 10 reasons:


Right at the start we understand that yes, the two (or two dozen) 19-year-olds from Stanford sold Instagram to Facebook for kizillions. 

That happened.

BUT it doesn’t always happen that way. No.

The stars aligned for them. The time had come. Other companies had not pivoted in time (Kodak)

So… We can start a business and give it our all, but we cannot ever know if it will be a success.

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