Unstoppable Success - Kelly Roach - WhatGood 5

”Whatever change you desire for the world, create that change in your own life. You are here for a purpose. Seek it out. Hunt it down. The greatest misery is to be purposeless. The great depression of our age is not economic, but spiritual. Our spiritual poverty is rooted in our purposelessness." -Matthew Kelly

Today’s guest is Kelly Roach of Unstoppable Success Radio.

Kelly is a business growth coach that helps entrepreneurs and business owners start and scale their businesses so they can create true lifestyle freedom.

Here is what her clients say about her:

“Working with Kelly has been an absolute blessing”
“We have already doubled our sales this year, and on pace to double again by the end of the year”
“I broke 5 figures in my first month.”
“0 to $26,000.00 in 4 weeks”
“Kelly is not just my coach, I consider her a member of my team”

Kelly has recently launched a giving back program that provides clean water to those in need. Her support of charity : water has provided clean drinking water for life to 50 people and counting. 

Learn more at: kellyroachcoaching.com/charity/

kellyroachcoaching.com/podcast/

or Twitter: @kellyroachint

4 : WhatGood | Entrepreneur On Fire - John Lee Dumas

"Making money is art. Working is art and good business is the best art." - Warhol

Today TMO sits down with John Lee Dumas.

John Lee Dumas aka JLD is the founder & host of EOFire which is short for Entrepreneur On Fire. EOfire is a daily, yes 7 days a week, show interviewing today’s most inspiring Entrepreneurs.

EOFire has been awarded Best of iTunes and has over 1500 episodes to date. John’s show has featured incredible Entrepreneurs such as Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuk, Barbara Corcoran, Tim Ferriss, Brian Tracy, and over many many more. EOFire regularly generates 7 figures in revenue annually and John openly shares his CPA verified P&L breakdown in a monthly report on his website EOfire.com.

In 2016, John launched The Freedom Journal, a quality journal to help individuals set and accomplish a goal in 100 days. The Freedom Journal was launched via a Kickstarter campaign and quickly became one of the most funded publishing campaigns in the history of Kickstarter, with over $350,000 pledged in 33 days. As of this recording, his new project, The Mastery Journal is currently live on Kickstarter and has raised over $150,000. The Mastery Journal is a step-by-step guide to mastering productivity, discipline & focus in 100 days.

www.eofire.com

twitter.com/johnleedumas

www.themasteryjournal.com

“What good shall I do this day?”  This is what Benjamin Franklin asked himself each morning to ensure he lived his best life. 

WhatGood is the show that explores the intersection of money, meaning and making a difference.  We talk with high impact entrepreneurs, investors, creatives, educators, artists, community leaders and everyday changemakers like you and me. Hosted by TMO.

What good shall you do today?

WhatGood is brought to you by The Bureau of Impact.  The Bureau of Impact creates, sources and manages caused based investments. Why donate when you can invest instead?

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3 : WhatGood | We Are All Homeless - Willie Baronet

“I slept and dreamt that life was joy.
I awoke and saw that life was service.
I acted and behold, service was joy.”
-Rabindranath Tagore

Willie Baronet is an artist, professor and entrepreneur. Willie has purchased well over 1,000 signs from the Homeless since 1993 and he uses this collection to create installations to raise awareness about homelessness. 

Today, TMO and Willie discuss his ongoing art project We Are All Homeless and the new documentary Signs of Humanity.  Willie’s important work explores the inter-related themes of home, homelessness, compassion and humanity.

Willie and his work has been featured on NPR, Huffington Post, UPworthy and TEDx among others.


Willie Baronet

Willie Baronet

Willie worked hither and yon for ad agencies and design firms prior to starting GroupBaronet in 1992. His work has been featured in Communication Arts, Graphis, AIGA Graphic Design Annual, New York Art Directors Annual, The One Show, Print Casebooks, Annual Report Trends, The Type Directors Club Annual and Annual Report Design: A Historical Retrospective 1510-1990, organized by the Cooper-Hewitt National Museum of Design. His print and broadcast work has received numerous medals from the Dallas Advertising League’s Tops Show, the Dallas Society of Visual Communications and the Houston Art Directors Club. Throughout the years, Willie has worked with clients in just about every industry. He has served on the Board of Directors for the Texas AIGA, TITAS, Despair, Inc., The ManKind Project of North Texas and MergeMedia, and is currently on the Board of Directors of The Dallas Society of Visual Communications and the advisory board of AIGA/DFW.

He has spoken to various business marketing and creative organizations over the years, including TEDxSMU, and has judged many creative competitions including the prestigious Communication Arts Annual.

Full Show Notes Coming Soon

Links

Project: We Are All Homeless
Film: Signs of Humanity
You can also find Willie on InstaFacebook and Twitter.

Our AI tells us this episode covers the following:
art project, difficult relationship, grad school, homeless people, email signature, federal government, pension funds, deep level, art installation, move forward, advertising, design, homeless person, film festival, early years, financial return, social media, facebook group, instagram feed, homeless sign, T.V.

2 : WhatGood | Impact Entrepreneur - Mike Flynn

“What material success does is provide you with the ability to concentrate on other things that really matter. And that is being able to make a difference, not only in your own life, but in other people's lives.” -Oprah Winfrey

Today’s Guest is Mike Flynn, the host of the highly rated iTunes podcast: The Impact Entrepreneur | How Modern Entrepreneurs Are Making An Impact In the Lives of Others. Mike takes you behind closed doors and invites you into his conversations with game changing entrepreneurs. These conversations go beyond success and failure, beyond product or service or platform, to uncover what is really behind the decisions these entrepreneurs make and what IMPACT they hope to have in the world.

Mike is also a Huffington Post Contributor and has authored popular articles such as 9 Ways It Pays To Listen More And Talk Less and 4 Ways To Blow Past Your Limiting Beliefs.

Hit Mike up on his website: www.theimpactentrepreneur.net or twitter or insta: @theimpactmike

Full Show Notes (coming soon)

WhatGood is the show that explores the intersection of money, meaning and making a difference. We talk with high impact entrepreneurs, investors, creatives, educators, artists, community leaders and everyday changemakers like you and me. Frank, terse and to the point, the show is chock full of useful and actionable info you can use to make your mark on the world.  We might cry, we will definitely laugh and hopefully there won’t be any blood! Discussions range from personal development to solving the world's biggest problems. Topical breadth includes impact investing, social entrepreneurship, business unusual, tech, art, philanthropy, investing, conservation, the environment, social justice, emotions, happiness, purpose and more.

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WhatGood is brought to you by The Bureau of Impact.  The Bureau of Impact creates, sources and manages caused based investments. Why donate when you can invest instead?  The Bureau helps any size investor to invest along side high net worth individuals, family offices, foundations and pension funds in triple bottomline investments.  Investments range from income producing “green” real estate to wind and solar energy infrastructure to investments in conservation, wildlife habitat and water quality to consumer debt and public art. Learn more at www.bureauofimpact.com or chat them up on twitter and instagram @bureauofimpact 

1 : WhatGood | CauseArtist - Grant Trahant

“Draw the art you want to see, start the business you want to run, play the music you want to hear, write the books you want to read, build the products you want to use – do the work you want to see done.” - Austin Kleon

Today TMO talks with Grant Trahant founder of causeartist.com which spotlights brands, individuals, and organizations changing the world through social impact investing, social business models and social good technology.  Grant is also a musician who donates the proceeds from sales and streaming royalties to social impact projects around the world.

“There is something burning inside of me that it just takes me to what I am doing. I have always really followed that intuition. I don’t really think that it can be explained but if there is something you feel passionate about, you don’t really have a choice. It sort of consumes you and then you have to do it.” - Grant Trahant

In this episode Grant describes his journey at CauseArtist, the ups and downs and the knowledge he gained over the years. 

Episode Highlights:
    •    What is social entrepreneurship and social enterprise concept and how it impacts the world
    •    What is sustainability model and how is it being misused by some large enterprises
    •    Example of Social Entrepreneurship: LSTN Headphones- offering high quality headphones made from wood. Their collaboration with Starkey foundation to contribute towards giving hearing back to a child or adult in need [11:00]
    •    Social Entrepreneurship trend in UK and comparison with US states [15:00]
    •    Law making for Benefit corporations in US and what does it mean to be a Benefit corporation [17:00]
    •    Inspiration for coming up with the name “CauseArtist” [18:30]
    •    What type of content has more chances of getting shared [20:00]
    •    Importance of design and graphics in the success of a website [23:30]
    •    Grant’s opinion on how a shift in mindset can bring a huge social impact in lives of people around the world [28:00]
    •    Passion for music and how it led to grntwish.com [32:00]
    •    A sneak peek into Grant’s music, “Broken Dream” song by GRANT WISH [53:00]
    •    IMPULSE [53:10]
    •    GETTING PERSONAL [42:00]
    •    “What Good Shall You Do Today?” [53:20]
    •    Visit www.CauseArtist.com and www.Grntwish.com to learn more about Grant Trahant and Social Entrepreneurship and how to make a social impact in the world.

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WhatGood is the show that explores the intersection of money, meaning and making a difference. We talk with high impact entrepreneurs, investors, creatives, educators, artists, community leaders and everyday changemakers like you and me. Frank, terse and to the point, the show is chock full of useful and actionable info you can use to make your mark on the world.  We might cry, we will definitely laugh and hopefully there won’t be any blood! Discussions range from personal development to solving the world's biggest problems. Topical breadth includes impact investing, social entrepreneurship, business unusual, tech, art, philanthropy, investing, conservation, the environment, social justice, emotions, happiness, purpose and more.

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WhatGood is brought to you by The Bureau of Impact.  The Bureau of Impact creates, sources and manages caused based investments. Why donate when you can invest instead?  The Bureau helps any size investor to invest along side high net worth individuals, family offices, foundations and pension funds in triple bottomline investments.  Investments range from income producing “green” real estate to wind and solar energy infrastructure to investments in conservation, wildlife habitat and water quality to consumer debt and public art. Learn more at www.bureauofimpact.com or chat them up on twitter and instagram @bureauofimpact
 

 

Show 00 - Coming Soon - The WhatGood Show

The WhatGood Show launches in early November.  Here is a fun intro I did with my girls.

In his autobiography Benjamin Franklin outlined a "Precept of Order, requiring that every part of my business should have its allotted time, one page in my little book contain'd the following scheme of employment for the twenty-four hours of a natural day." The first order of business in his precept was to ask himself simply, "What good shall I do this day?"  Enamel Sign from Best Made Company

In his autobiography Benjamin Franklin outlined a "Precept of Order, requiring that every part of my business should have its allotted time, one page in my little book contain'd the following scheme of employment for the twenty-four hours of a natural day." The first order of business in his precept was to ask himself simply, "What good shall I do this day?"  Enamel Sign from Best Made Company

About

WhatGood is the show that explores the intersection of money, meaning and making a difference.

We talk with high impact entrepreneurs, investors, creatives, educators, artists, community leaders and everyday changemakers like you and me.

Frank, terse and to the point, the show is chock full of useful and actionable info you can use to make your mark on the world.  We might cry, we will definitely laugh and hopefully there won’t be any blood!

Discussions range from personal development to solving the world's biggest problems. Topical breadth includes impact investing, social entrepreneurship, business unusual, tech, art, philanthropy, investing, conservation, the environment, social justice, emotions, happiness, purpose and more.

The show is hosted by TMO aka Thomas Morgan.  TMO is the Bureau Chief at the Bureau of Impact.  The Bureau of Impact creates, sources and manages triple bottom line impact investments.  Their crowdfunding platform allows any size investor to invest along side high net worth individuals, family offices, foundations and pension funds in investments that make money, help people and benefit the earth.