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Best Jessica Rodriguez podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Jessica Rodriguez podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Freedom Driven Success podcast, hosted by Jessica Rodriguez, was created for experienced coaches, strategists and service providers who are looking to break free from a 1:1 reliant business and increase their profits through scalable offers (courses, memberships, group programs, etc.) that sell on autopilot. Not one to shy away from sharing all the goods, you’ll find straightforward strategies, behind-the-scenes insights, and powerful conversations with fellow achievers about what it rea ...
 
Side Hustle Pro spotlights bold black women entrepreneurs who have scaled from side hustle to profitable business. Join Chief Side Hustler turned full-time entrepreneur Nicaila Matthews Okome for your weekly installment of Side Hustle Pro and learn actionable strategies to start small and get going–wherever and whoever you are. Side Hustle Pro features interviews with inspiring black women entrepreneurs including interviews with Myleik Teele of CurlBox, Lisa Price of Carol's Daughter, Nicole ...
 
Jessica Flanigan is the author of The Loving Diet and Autoimmune Paleo Nutritionist. Sarah Choueiry is the founder of The Crohn's Foundation and IBD educator. Together they explore the frontiers of mind-body medicine and healing from a Loving perspective. From the vantage point of using everything to lift, one can use chronic disease as a stepping stone toward wholeness.
 
That Marketing Dude was founded by me, Luke Benjamin Thomas, a world traveler, digital nomad and motor mouth. I help digital nomads and location independent entrepreneurs, and those aspiring to become either, to build businesses that allow them to focus more on travel. I started this podcast because I was sick of listening to the same type of shows... So I created something different. I bring on guests as "co-hosts", not to interrogate them. I publish 3 shows a month talking about a specific ...
 
Talking Theater podcast celebrates theater! Your host, Marc Smith, interviews theater makers for theater people who love theatre. Actors, directors, playwrights, designers, stage managers, musicians, and other professionals will share stories about their career, their craft, and their community. You will be introduced each week to artists who make a living in the performing arts. We’re not just talking – we’re talking theater!
 
Doing It At Home is a weekly podcast about home birth and our decision to go from a traditional hospital birth with an OBGYN to a natural birth at home with midwives. This is a raw and honest show that explores homebirth from every angle. We talk about the fears and judgements thrown at you when you choose home birth. We share resources that we found tremendously helpful for understanding our birthing options. We confess the magic and craziness in preparing for pregnancy, home birth, motherh ...
 
Welcome to Empowered Teaching. The podcast for teachers who are ready to embrace their imperfections, so that they can become their better selves in and out the classroom. To be empowered means to show up for yourself, and to consciously decide what you listen to, what advice you take and how you perform. Empowered teaching is the kind of teaching that gives teachers the ability to recognize the power that already lives within them, so that they can show up for their students, and bring them ...
 
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In this episode, fellow introvert Jessica Rodriguez and I chat about the skill of listening, sales, what makes a successful scalable offer, and myths about passive income. As the Founder of Freedom Driven Success, Jessica Rodriguez has an unapologetic mission to help purpose-driven businesses expand beyond a 1:1 reliant business model with scalable…
 
How can an experience like birth have such a mix of thoughts and emotions around it? It’s so complex and yet so simple. There’s such a vastness to it and the unique quality of each experience can make it difficult to summarize. This is why each story is so important and why we love sharing as many as we can with you. Today we’re speaking with Ashle…
 
This week's podcast is a great insight into the lives of cafe owners who this year have been enduring a nightmare. This weeks guest, Daniel Dick has had a particularly enduring year with some horrific personal circumstances that he was kind enough to share. Dan has a very detailed knowledge of the Specialty Coffee Industry. We spoke about the situa…
 
It’s been a while since we checked in with our Entrepreneur-In-Residence, Lisa Pegram. On today’s episode, you’ll get a look into what her life and business looks like one year after launching her beauty tech company, Belle51. Belle51 focuses on the specific skin issues of Black and Brown communities and how to treat them effectively. Lisa is no st…
 
Josh touches on Stella Immanuel, Donald Trump's Insane covid-19 doctor, as well as a diet program that's based on your zodiac. Then Jessica Rothe joins him and they discuss GOOP, jade rollers, past lives, auditioning, being hungry at Cafe Gratitude, Valley Girl, being a Gemini and why they're so hated, the ups and downs of being an Iconic final gir…
 
What is intuitive birthing? It can look different for each of us. But the general philosophy of allowing for the process to be what it is for you in your own unique way is a beautiful concept that comes up in our interview today. Katherine Ward shares her home birth story of her daughter Remi with us. Katherine started her doula training at 18-year…
 
Kirk was very excited to host one of the industries most decorated professionals last week, John Gordon. John had an interesting journey once he entered the coffee industry, one that saw him working all around the world! John specialises in making after market parts for coffee grinders while also roasting special lots of coffee from time to time. I…
 
Four years, and four million podcast downloads later, I’m continuing to share with you the lessons I have learned along this journey. I never thought I’d leave my job to do podcasting full-time, but I’ve grown a lot, personally and professionally, and am dedicated to helping you grow as well. Of course I had dreams of success, but when I started, I…
 
Let me let you in on a little secret, I first started side hustling to figure out what I wanted to do with my life. It was not to turn my side hustle into a full time job. But, I also want to assure you, there’s nothing wrong with the latter, either. In today’s episode, I take it all the way back! We’re talking childhood with pit stops at my first …
 
Josh talks about TikTok witches and Mucho Mucho Amor the documentary about Astrologer Walter Mercado before diving Into It with his guest, writer Byron Lane. Joshua and Byron discuss surviving cancer In Palm Springs, the legacy of Carrie Fischer, the Alien Agenda, the ghost of Paul Lynde, Byron's chart and being a Cancer, a quickie tarot reading, g…
 
What’s one of the biggest challenges of choosing a home birth? A common response to this is feeling like you have to explain and justify your choice to others, whether that be friends, family, loved ones or total strangers. This pops up in our interview with Sera Billings, mama to Addy. For Sera, home birth was always a completely normal thing. She…
 
Melbourne has returned to lockdown and so were back to podcasting via Zoom! The content is no less interesting though, this chat with Thai coffee and fashion icon Mook Liengraksa was certainly interesting. In the podcast we talk about Mook's journey to Australia from Thailand, her interests in all things flavoursome and some of the hurdles we face …
 
Oh no, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina was canceled and its Leo season. Joshua and writer/director Maggie Levin discuss seeing ghosts, whether or not aliens built the pyramids, crystal healing, how much we hate faeries, the pressure of writing the Labyrinth sequel, Maggie being a Pisces, staying pretty in Los Angeles, cursed mirrors, what filming wi…
 
“What’s going to happen if…?” This is a question many of us ask as we prepare for birth. And what if instead of ignoring whatever combination of thoughts and feelings that fill in that blank after the “if,” we get them out there and allow ourselves to process? In today’s interview with Mekensie Gonzalez, she shares her journey to home birth with he…
 
Lately I’ve been reminiscing on the days when I was a certified side hustler. When I was working full time and working on Side Hustle Pro on nights and weekends, I lived a completely different life from the one I live now as a full-time entrepreneur (plus a full-time entrepreneur with a baby). Being a new mom has reminded me of the side hustle mind…
 
What if you want a home birth, but your partner doesn’t? This is a big challenge that we hear about often. The birthing person is desiring a home birth and the partner is not. It takes conscious time and communication to share thoughts and feelings, work to understand each other and find a solution that best serves the family. And there could be ma…
 
In this second part of a 4-part series helping introverts get comfortable with sales calls, we’re discussing how to incorporate and empower your potential customer through collaboration. Collaboration, in combination with Compassion, Curiosity, and Conducting, make up my Inner Empathy Sales process, a process I designed to help introverts be more c…
 
In this week's podcast Kirk speaks to Daniela Rodriguez of Agricafe in Bolivia. For years Kirk has had an obsession with Bolivian coffee that led him there in 2018. This later saw him using coffee from one of Daniela's farms, Finca Las Alasitas in the Australian Barista Championship in 2019. As a coffee origin, Bolivia has seen declining production…
 
I’m coming to you live with another solo episode, and the topic of discussion: transitioning into motherhood and getting back into the entrepreneurship life. I’m giving you a behind-the-scenes look into how I’m flowing in this new uncharted territory for my life and my career. I went from being an entrepreneur with no kids to a momtrepreneur with n…
 
In this episode Rebecca Inkrote and Thea Orozco discuss introversion, creating a business based on a need, and the Dos and Don'ts of creating a website for your business. Rebecca is a web designer and WordPress consultant. She has focused on WordPress since 2014 and teaches handmade sellers who want to expand beyond Etsy how to create and launch th…
 
How do you navigate a bunch of challenges that can throw off your birthing plans? Ideally the only bump in the birth journey is the belly kind, but sometimes the road to home birth presents different obstacles to overcome. Our guests Jocelyne and Eddie Zaldivar share their experience with us. It includes some of the top things we’ve heard from othe…
 
NEW PODCAST! Today’s podcast is about all things Cup of Excellence (COE) with Managing Director of the Alliance of Coffee Excellence, Darrin Daniel! Darrin has been working in the industry longer than @cap_n_kirk7 has been alive. He has cupped countless coffees, met many amazing producers and helped drive a movement that has made the Specialty Coff…
 
What do you do when you were born at home yourself, over 30 of your cousins have been born at home and you have over 40 chiropractors in your extended family? It’s a safe assumption that you’d have your babies at home too! For our guest Jani Barnes, having babies at home was all she knew. So having both of her children at home, unassisted, was a no…
 
Guys, I’m back! And if you’re asking yourself, ‘Back? Where did she go?’ then this is the episode for you to listen to. I’m fresh off maternity leave. My husband and I had our first child, a beautiful baby boy back in April, and despite all that’s going on, I couldn’t be happier and more grateful for how things turned out. When we found out we were…
 
In this edition of the podcast Kirk sat down with Jade Jennings of Veneziano Coffee Roasters to talk about Rwandan coffee.Having visited Rwanda, Jade has a special connection with the communities and its people. Veneziano have purchased the coffee for years and Jade herself reached the top three of the Australian Barista Championship using Rwandan …
 
Melissa Mitchell is changing the way we view art. She’s an “accidental” artist with a love for vibrant colors, unique shapes, and bold dark lines. In 2014 when the infamous snow storm hit Atlanta, Melissa took to old arts and crafts and began to create. From there, she went on social media to showcase what she was doing, and to her surprise, people…
 
Does it feel like you're constantly chasing new clients? In this episode of the Introverts Talking Business Podcast, Brittany White-Volks and I talk about how to retain clients and whether the membership model is a good fit for all business owners. Brittany helps overwhelmed business owners retain their customers for the long haul automagically so …
 
Don’t you love the birth world? We’ve been able to connect with so many amazing people in this space. For today’s episode we’re sharing the #birthjunkie love and bringing you an episode from our friend Heidi and her podcast, Birth Story Podcast. We had Heidi on the DIAH podcast in episode 256 and we genuinely find her wonderful. So why not share so…
 
This is a very exciting podcast to be able to share! Australian Latte Art Champion Shinsaku Fukuyama blazed a very inspiring trail to earn his title. Before all of his success though, Shin was travelling the world as a professional snowboarder. A brutal injury unfortunately ended Shin's snowboarding career and saw him endure years of depression.Aft…
 
What role is the father-to-be (or parent-to-be) supposed to play in birth? How can that father/parent-to-be show up better in that role? In today's conversation, Matthew and Sarah dig in on this topic, focusing on the future fathers/parents who don't always get to be in the spotlight. This is a great episode to listen to if you're a father-to-be, O…
 
An entrepreneur knows what it is to have a heart of a servant. Holli Draines had a desire to protect the vulnerable, which led to her career in law enforcement with 13 years as a secret service agent. For her, entrepreneurship came as a “blessing in disguise,” one she didn’t know she needed. In 2014, Holli lost her mother and sister, which led to a…
 
Why? Why do we do it to ourselves? Because coffee is the best drink ever, thats why! Todd Souter, now shareholder in Sub-Zero Coffee is a veteran in the Melbourne coffee scene and barista competitions. We constantly ask ourselves why we are in the coffee business (spoiler alert) its not for money. Todd and I talk about competitions, why frozen coff…
 
“There’s so much more to being a boss than what’s on Instagram,” and Mielle Organics CEO Monique Rodriguez knows that all too well. Monique founded the company in 2014 after her healthy, hair care regimen for her tailbone-length hair became somewhat of a craze among her social media followers. From living out her mother’s dream of being a nurse to …
 
Can birth be redemptive? We often hear on the show how different birth experiences bring the opportunity to heal and take back your power. This is an element of our conversation with Sarah Leahy. Sarah shares the varying aspects of her two birth experiences. Her first, an unplanned cesarean with multiple interventions, left her feeling like her bod…
 
The episode you have all been waiting for. Dr Christopher Hendon is a 'Computational Chemist' who researches at the University of Oregon (go ducks). Now affectionately known around the world as 'Dr Coffee' Chris has applied knowledge from his field to help make coffee better, publishing three peer reviewed papers and co-authored a book on water sci…
 
Jessica O. Matthews has covered every part of the side hustle sphere. She is the Founder & CEO of Uncharted Power, an award-winning, full-service power and data infrastructure company. At the age of 19, Jessica invented the SOCCKET ball, an energy generating soccer ball that provides off-grid power for the developing world. At the age of 22, she fo…
 
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