How 2020 Changed Healthcare with Anne Arvizu

This is the last episode of the year, 2020 and this is our official Happy Holiday 2020 addition.

Last year in 2019 I created, coined and trademarked COREPRENEUR, which I believe means owning the secret sauce of a business executive skill set, combined with the mindset and the creativity of entrepreneurship.

This year I launched the podcast, after coming across the same leadership issues over and over again as a bio-tech executive, and as a consultant co-creating with my clients, that’s why, this year happened to be the proverbial straw that broke the camels back. From millions of jobs lost to overworking executives quitting there jobs in droves to start something more fulfilling, it’s been pretty epic.

I’ll give you a big tip — to be successful as an entrepreneur — requires balance, structure and clean head-space, heart-space, an open mindset and 100% originality. There is no such thing, as a copy cat.

I love that many of you listeners, and especially those in the Pharmacy Podcast Network have latched on to the idea that entrepreneurship and entrepreneurism is, and will, continue to be a hallmark of the new era of business that we are in. So, I am humbled, and I am so happy.

In today’s episode, I share with you how I define a Corepreneur, how journalists filter the news, what 2020 looked like for people and a variety of business endeavors across healthcare, and what’s ahead for The Corepreneur Podcast.

I look forward to seeing you again for next Season of The Corepreneur Podcast. Thank you for being a part of my CORE community. And here’s to your health, happiness, to happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas, thank you for listening. And whoever you are, wherever you are, and whatever you believe, I wish you peace and success, take care and see you next year.

“Turn off the news and turn the page.” – Anne Arvizu

Show Notes:

  • The definition of a Corepreneur
  • What is the Negative Core Four
  • How journalists filter the news
  • The affects on people, business and healthcare in 2020
  • Tips to being a successful entrepreneur
  • Mindset, and working with me
  • About my book, Affluent Minds
  • How to enter and exit the pharmaceutical industry
  • What is an intrepreneur
  • What’s ahead for The Corepreneur Podcast

“This year just happened to be that proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back.” – Anne Arvizu

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Clever, Brave and Creative with Shannon Gabor

It’s not enough anymore just to have a skillset. Our value set brings us the resilience that we can utilize during the hard times, and our mindset picks us back up when we’re really down and out. Our guest today, Shannon Gabor, exemplifies all three of these skills.

In 2020 we’re not B2B, we’re person to person. I’ve been through some ugly times in my business, but I’ve always gotten through them — and so has Shannon Gabor. It has been a difficult year where smiling is an act of bravery.

When you’re a people-person, a relationship-builder, an entrepreneur, a healthcare professional, and a business woman like me, you tend to collect people who resonate with you. If you’ve heard the expression “iron sharpens iron” you’ll know what I’m talking about today.

After growing up in New Jersey trying to discover the connection between creativity and business, Shannon came into her own as a designer in Los Angeles, and has worked for some incredible companies on global packaging and worldwide licensing. In 2005, Shannon became the Founder, CCO, and entrepreneurial spirit behind Clever Creative.

Today on the show, we talk about how to reinvest in your business, why branding is a success skill, what a brand identity is, how to define a human metric, and how to leverage your personality in your business.

“I was born with a crayon in my hand.” – Shannon Gabor

Show Notes:

  • The power of how brands speak and behave
  • The Shannon Gabor and Mattel story
  • Fun projects with Mattel
  • What is branding
  • How to market yourself
  • What is a brand identity
  • How to define a human metric
  • How to leverage your personality in your business

“Branding has become a household word.” – Shannon Gabor

Links Mentioned:

Clever Creative | Linkedin

Integrity is the Key to Success with Ken Mosesian

When you master being a person of integrity, it leads to massive success — and you’re going to find out how and why on today’s episode of TCP with Ken Mosesian. If you’ve been following along, you know that the CORE method I created teaches that we all need to return to our center to tap into the guiding forces within.

Integrity is such a big word in our world.

Today I really want you to just listen deeply and then look inward.

Integrity isn’t just about telling lies. It goes much deeper than that. It’s a life principle and a key attribute.

People can tell when others lie.

Ken is one of my new BFFs because he has a high trust-factor quotient.

Ken is a successful and eloquent entrepreneur, author, and speaker. He is passionate about training CEOs and their teams in how to lead.

We talk about values that will help you grow your business, the benefits of small and mid-size businesses, and why he always asks people to carry around a notebook.

“You don’t have to say ‘I promise’ for it to actually be a promise.” – Ken Mosesian

Show Notes:

  • How to gauge your integrity
  • How vision is related to integrity
  • Why Ken Mosesian wakes up early
  • Ken Mosesian’s morning routine
  • How companies can maintain good relationships with customers
  • How to fix a mistake with a customer
  • How to apologize to a client
  • How to find weaknesses in customer service
  • Primary purposes of a leader

“Oftentimes companies don’t envision themselves as being in relationship with their customers, but that is precisely what it is and when something goes wrong…own it.” – Ken Mosesian

Links Mentioned:

Mosesian Strategies | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter

From Health to Wealth with Kimberly Marin

Kimberly Marin is an acupuncture physician and registered dietitian, revitalizing lives through health, vitality, and happiness through acupuncture, herbs and nutrition.

When Kimberly’s oldest son was about 3 1/2 years old, he was diagnosed with Tourette’s Syndrome. Absolutely devastated, and her heart torn into a million pieces, Kimberly envisioned what her sons life would be like, and she made the decision that he would never live that life. She dove into research, and read all of the medical literature she could find to see if there was a correlation between children suffering from Tourette’s and any type of deficiencies or problems processing nutrients.

Being a dietician, Kimberly chose a different approach for her son, and focused on nutrition first, rather than strong Western drugs, which probably saved his life. Through more research, Kimberly came across a Chinese medicine procedure called NAET, a natural allergy elimination technique. And through this procedure, within a month, her son’s tics disappeared, and his Tourette’s was eliminated.

Kimberly went on to practice NAET with her dietetics license, and learned about Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the foundation of NAET, and became an acupuncture physician. She fell in love with the power of this ancient medicine, and now her specialty is helping women with hormone imbalance and helping people heal their bodies, minds, spirits, and souls.

Listen in as Kimberly Marin discusses how she combines eastern and western medicine, how health leads to wealth, and how to meditate your way to success.

“I never discouraged my patients from doing western medicine at the same time that they were coming to me and I think that was a big component of not only my success of my practice but also my patients’ success.” – Kimberly Marin

Show Notes:

  • How health leads to wealth
  • Why Kimberly Marin started her practice
  • How to become an acupuncturist
  • How Kimberly diagnosed her son’s Tourette’s syndrome
  • Combining eastern and western medicine
  • How acupuncture can incorporate western medicine
  • How meditation leads to success
  • What is our main health problem

“Time and time again I found that if we did a little western to control symptoms while I was able to address the root causes, they would get better in half the time.” – Kimberly Marin

Links Mentioned:

Kimberly Marin | Instagram | Facebook

From Nowhere to Tech Millionaire with Myoshia Boykin-Anderson

Myoshia Boykin-Anderson is a forward-thinking mover and shaker and talented self-made business woman. She holds certifications from Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE), Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and the Historically Underutilized Business (HUB), and sits on the Executive Board of C-STEM, whose mission is to inspire the next generation of innovators and thought leaders.

Myoshia Boykin-Anderson is the award-winning founder and CEO of AndTech Solutions, one of the leading IT Consulting companies in the country, which help small business owners thrive with technology that supports their growth.

In this episode, Myoshia Boykin-Anderson discusses how she started her first business, how spirituality and business intersect, and why her secret lake house is so important to her.

“I don’t let ‘no’ be the final answer for me.” – Myoshia Boykin-Anderson

Show Notes:

  • How to break into the pharmaceutical industry
  • The intersection of business and spirituality
  • Myoshia Boykin-Anderson’s success story
  • Business development during a pandemic
  • How to use your personality in business
  • Who do AndTech Solutions serve

“I embrace every ‘failure’ that’s come along because it’s helped me to get to where I am now.” – Myoshia Boykin-Anderson

Links Mentioned:

AndTech Solutions | Instagram | Facebook | Linkedin

Transforming Healthcare with Anne Arvizu

Embarking on the adventure of entrepreneurship felt like a daunting leap, until I discovered the power of autonomy, impact, and legacy. With a heart full of gratitude, I’m thrilled to ignite that same spark of freedom in your career journey.

Today, I dive into the Corepreneur ethos, where the grind of the corporate world transforms into the thrill of entrepreneurship, and I share the CORE principles that have been my compass — being Centered, Open, Resilient, and Energized. As we gear up for our exciting launch on the Pharmacy Podcast Network, I invite you to join the dialogue and share in my business’s evolution and the exhilarating path that lies ahead for all of us seeking to create something truly meaningful.

This episode also highlights the powerful insights from our esteemed guests this Season, who empower entrepreneurs and executives alike. From Ali Brown’s business coaching expertise, to Carrie Wilkerson and Tanya Dalton’s perspectives on leadership and productivity, each of their stories enrich our narrative. Financial savant Danielle Roberts taught us the art of prioritizing meaning over the chase, while Dr. Valerie Rain introduced us to the concept of patriarchy stress disorder. Dolores Hirschmann discussed the impact of clarity in our ideas, and Brandy Brenoskie shared with us her digital experience prowess.

Listen in as I share my unique challenges of 2020, how to make an exit strategy, and how to take this time to improve your business. And I hope my interviews thus far inspire personal growth and professional success, underpinning the value of trust and authenticity in today’s world.

“Everybody is talking about how bad it is, and I am talking to you about opportunity today.” – Anne Arvizu

Show Notes:

  • Bouncing back from a life crisis
  • Opportunities in the present
  • The Rise of the Corepreneur
  • Unleashing ideas in a changing world
  • How to create an exit strategy
  • About The Corepreneur Academy
  • My new book, Affluent Minds

“Nobody needs to be in perfect mode anymore.” – Anne Arvizu

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