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Episode #57 Changing Your Inner Voice, Identity Shifting w/ Rob Scott

Episode #57 Changing Your Inner Voice, Identity Shifting w/ Rob Scott

Episode #57 Changing Your Inner Voice, Identity Shifting w/ Rob Scott

Welcome to the show!

I’m so glad you are here with me today.  Trust me, you do not want to miss a minute of this episode. this is an episode you do not want to miss a

I have to tell you, I feel a bit like a rock star groupie with my guest today because I believe his work is so profoundly life changing.  Today I’ve got Rob Scott on the show and he’s a coach that helps people make life altering shifts and finally break through to an amazing life.  

Rob is all about changing the inner voice, I’m all about changing the outer voice, both so they reflect the best version of you possible.  So, you can imagine when I found his work, I was absolutely taken with it.  Rob is a game changer and in this episode he delivers!

In the show today you’ll learn about:

How we take on beliefs,

Why the breath is so key to everything,

What identity shifting is,

Why change is so hard and so, so much more!

Please stay with us to the very end, Rob does not disappoint.

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Guest Bio

Rob Scott is the expert that helps people break through, change and literally evolve their consciousness.  Rob goes beyond just mindset shifting, he shifts your very identity and he’s world class as this.  Rob shifts people who think they’ll never be a successful entrepreneur and turns them into massively successful entrepreneurs, he takes people who never think they’ll have success and turns them into incredible success stories.  Rob’s spent the last decade of his life working with hundreds of thousands of people, shifting their identities and showing them how to evolve their consciousness and get incredible results across all areas of their businesses, their health, their relationships and their entire lives.

Rob’s personally been awake now for more than 20 years and has been helping others wake up for more than a decade.  He’s helped craft congressional testimony multiple times which has led to national policy reform in American, has thousands of followers that he feels blessed to interact with and is the coach other coaches come to in order to shift themselves.  People who work with him have massive breakthroughs of more money, more health, more time and quite simply, more happiness and fulfillment.

You can find Rob at:

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Episode #56 Getting on Video and Behind the Mic w/ CJ Ripka

Episode #56 Getting on Video and Behind the Mic w/ CJ Ripka

Episode #56 Getting on Video and Behind the Mic w/ CJ Ripka

Welcome to the show!

Today I’m talking to CJ Ripka of Ripka Media.  I’m super excited about this interview and I know you are really going to learn a lot about doing videos and getting behind the mic in podcasts.

CJ has a great background in production and broadcasting and he really drops some value in this episode.  If you’ve been thinking about doing video, live stream or even podcast or maybe you already are and you want to make it even better then you don’t want to miss this show.

In this episode, here are a few of the things you’ll hear:

Why live stream is so important,

Tips for getting on video and live stream,

Great tech tips for video, live stream and podcasting,

and More!

Plus, CJ has a very special offer for all my listener’s, make sure to take him up on it!!!

Want to make a bigger impact with your voice especially on video and live stream?  Then don’t miss out on my upcoming 5-day challenge on Voice on Video.  Just go to the work with me tab at


Guest Bio

CJ Ripka started his journey into podcasting with the hopes of being able to inspire people all over the world to stop settling for average and just be awesome.  CJ’s first introduction to podcasting started in 2003 when he produced a monthly audio blog for the South Dakota National Guard Public Affairs Office.  He has an extensive background in video production and broadcast journalism.  He’s a husband and father, a creative force constantly coming up with new show ideas to add to the ever growing lists filling his notebooks.

You can find CJ at:

Episode #52 When Your Voice is Strong and Being Taken the Wrong Way

Episode #52 When Your Voice is Strong and Being Taken the Wrong Way

Episode #52 When Your Voice is Strong and Being Taken the Wrong Way

Welcome to the show!

I’m really thrilled about this episode because it was inspired by a listener’s question.  I really love it when I get questions because I’m all about helping you with your particular voice issues.

Today, we are talking about an issue that is a little different than what I’m usually covering so it’s great to address.

What happens when your voice is strong and people don’t like it, are offended by it, think you are too abrupt?

In today’s episode you’ll learn valuable information about:

What to do if your voice is offending others,

What to do if you are being misinterpreted because of the tone of your voice,

What to do about what other’s think about your voice,

The exact reasons people may be thinking what they are thinking,

What to do to fix the issue of being misinterpreted because of your voice.

Take a listen to Episode #55 on Itunes

Take a listen to Episode #55 on Google play

Want to make a bigger impact with your voice?  I hope you’ll get on the list to join my new online voice program starting in March!



Episode #53 Captivating the Room w/ NYC Casting Director Barbara Barna Abel

Episode #53 Captivating the Room w/ NYC Casting Director Barbara Barna Abel

Episode #53 Captivating the Room w/ NYC Casting Director Barbara Barna Abel

Welcome to the show!

I’m so excited about this episode because I just adore my guest today.  Don’t miss a minute of this episode because it is packed with fantastic nuggets of voice and speaking advice not just for actors but for speakers and business leaders.

I’ve been following Barbara’s work for some time and I really resonate with the way she teaches and her training and philosophies of what it takes to captivate the room.  Barbara is a casting director but she also works with entrepreneurs and business leaders to help them captivate the room in speeches, presentations and in media appearances and video.  She’s a seasoned veteran in the field of television and knows what it takes to make an impact on the audience.  Today, she is generously sharing her wealth of information with you!

In today’s episode here are a few things you’ll learn about:

What’s important in casting and captivating an audience,

Why it’s so crucial to be the best version of you,

What it takes to make an impact on an audience,

Ways to get better at speaking,

Why it’s essential to relax and more!

You can find out more information about Barbara below.  Be on the lookout for her new book, due out in March, it sounds like a fantastic read and not just for actors!  The book is: How To Get Your Foot In The Door: Television Hosting and Presenting and will be available on Amazon or Barbara’s website  Make sure you read more about Barbara and her offerings below.

Take a listen to Episode #54 here on iTunes:

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Want to make a bigger impact with your voice?  I’ll show you how!

Make sure you check out my free training’s and challenge coming up on sounding better in video and podcast.

Guest Bio



Barbara has an eye for talent whether she’s casting or bringing out someone’s best as an on-camera coach and media trainer.

Barbara believes passionately that everyone has a story to tell and is committed to helping clients find their authentic voice. Her clients include television networks, PR firms, athletes, models, celebrity chefs, business executives and young creatives.

As a casting director, Barbara has worked on over 100 unscripted/alternative projects since launching her business in 2001 and among the talent she discovered or gave early breaks to: Adam Richman, Amy Schumer, Bert Kreischer, Carson Kressley, Chrissie Teigen, Clinton Kelly, Jake Tapper, Jeff Probst, Ted Allen, Thom Felicia, Wayne Brady…

Barbara started in entertainment as music director of her college radio station (KSPC, Claremont, CA) and making tea for powerhouse ‘80s musical acts like Culture Club and Human League as the first college intern for Virgin Records UK.

After stints in music management, Barbara gained her comedy chops at APA in Los Angeles working the phones for the legendary and visionary Marty Klein before merging her backgrounds in music and talent at VH1 where she ran the Talent Development department in New York for several years.

Outside of the office, Barbara has raised funds to start five banks through FINCA’s Village Banking program and is a New York City High School mentor with iMentor.

Barbara teaches classes in NYC but is also available for coaching via Skype.  You can find out more about her and her work at

Find Barbara on Twitter @BarbaraBarna

Get Barbara’s E-book 12 Tips for Success on Camera here:

Episode #30 Bringing the Guest Bio or Promo to Life

Episode #30 Bringing the Guest Bio or Promo to Life

Episode #30 Bringing the Guest Bio or Promo to Life

Welcome to the show.

Today, I’m talking about bringing the guest bio to life, for podcaster’s or in interviews.  But, this voice technique will work for anything that is scripted like a promo video where you want to make a big impact with your voice and not sound stiff but rather conversational.

In today’s episode I’ll be talking about:

Why you sound stiff,

The reason the script can be problematic,

The steps you need to take to get away from the script,

How to bring the words to life and MORE!

I think you will really love this episode, especially if you are a podcaster or if you make videos of any kind.

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Thank you for being a loyal subscriber!  I’d love to hear from you if you have any thoughts, questions or issues that you’d like to address here on the show.