Interview year 2021 in review – Amanda Abella

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    I recently did an episode of my year in review. Specifically, to check out the great food stalls my guests shared with me during the podcast interviews.

    So read or listen for a 2021 guest interview to take away!

    Courtney Elmer and her four primary systems

    We’ve talked about moving from being a freelancer or self-employed person to being a CEO, the mindset changes you need to make, and the four different types of systems you’ll need.

    Joe Sanok four-day workweek

    Joe Sanok, the author of the book Thursday is the new Friday was a great interview talking about delegating workload. I experimented with that in 2021. I don’t usually work on Fridays unless I absolutely have to, so I only work four days a week. We talked about my experience with this new work plan. In addition to my experience, we also talked about the science behind shorter work weeks and how it affects labor productivity.

    Patrice Washington and How to Recover After Lost It All

    Patrice and I definitely have a deep connection with the spirit and with something bigger than ourselves. We went into that deeper on the podcast. We talked about the role of belief, how to recover after losing everything, and the characteristics of wealthy people, such as what characteristics are needed to have that monetary attraction.

    Fabienne Fredrickson on business scaling

    Our main topic in this episode was the activators necessary to scale your business from six to seven digits. Those of you who are in this scaling phase will definitely want to hear this episode too.

    Overcome your sales anxiety with Caitlin Doemner

    Caitlin has a seven-figure sales team for Deepak Chopra and Mastin KIPP. In this episode, we’ve talked about how to initiate sales and make sales from one place.

    With Nikki Novo. be successful in business

    This was one of our most popular episodes this year, all about activating your intuition and using it to make business decisions. One of the most standout parts of this podcast episode is when Nikki was talking about your business being a separate entity with its own energy and how to read that energy.

    Arielle Ford on career building

    The bestselling author Arielle Ford built the careers of pretty much everyone in the Heuhaus-Roster, the Heuhaus-Verlag.

    This was about love and money and how they have a lot to do with each other. We also talked about manifesting money and love.

    Michael Anthony coaches adult abuse survivors

    Michael Anthony is a coach for adult survivors of childhood trauma and abuse. For me personally, this was probably one of the most impactful and insightful episodes. He’s literally one of the nicest people I’ve ever met, but he doesn’t minceive either and is a straight shooter. Michael spoke about how trauma affects our financial decisions and how we can overcome them.

    Rewire for Health with Barbara Huson

    I interviewed one of my financial heroes, Barbara Huson, formerly known as Barbara Stanny. And we talked about how to rewire for prosperity, this is her latest book. We also talked about overcoming, under-earning, and how women can overcome this tendency.

    Step over your glass ceiling with Gay Hendricks

    Push your limits and live in the genius zone with Gay Hendricks, the author of The big leap. Ceiling problem. Why do we have an unexpected output? Why does everyone want to quit? Why is all of this drama happening as we are finally starting to achieve ours?

    And this is an episode of Gay Hendricks is a gem of a person who is also a national treasure and needs to be protected at all costs.

    Funnel by Allie Beers

    I know people study my funnels because they told me they study our automated systems and our email marketing.

    Allie Beer taught me how to create sales funnels.

    We talked about passive income ideas, the reality of the online marketplace, and what it takes to run a damn business.

    Dave Nagel and business debt

    David is another one of those trainers who has these fascinating views about doing the opposite of what the world tells you to do. But I’m going to tell you about the transformation I personally experienced working with David; You won’t want to miss this episode because of his exciting views on debt. I think he’s a modern philosopher about money and thinking.

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