The Vision Behind The Pharmacy Podcast Network with Todd Eury

Todd Eury is the founder and CEO of the Pharmacy Publishing Network. Established in 2009, Todd’s vision was to create a network of podcacasters to support pharmacists and their profession, and use podcast discussions to accelerate change and improvements to pharmacy and pharmaceutical industries.

Todd also began his podcast about the profession in pharmacy in 2009, and his podcast is now the global leader in business and the profession of the pharmacist.

In today’s episode, we discuss issues in the pharmaceutical industry, how pharmacists are dealing with the pandemic, and how the role of the pharmacist is evolving.

“Pharmacists could catch things within chronic disease states so much faster than just the physician alone.” – Todd Eury

Show Notes:

  • How pharmacists are dealing with COVID
  • Issues in the pharmaceutical industry
  • The origin of the Pharmacy Podcast Network
  • How the role of pharmacist is evolving
  • Which partnerships could improve the Pharmacy Podcast Network
  • The foundation of good business
  • About the Pharmacy Podcast

“I want more voices, I want more listeners, I want more change, and I want more transformation for the pharmacist and the five sectors of pharmacy.” – Todd Eury

Links Mentioned:

  • Connect with Todd Eury:

Pharmacy Podcast Network | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Linkedin

Ready, Aim… Alchemize with Brandi Bernoskie

Brandi is a digital strategist, website developer, and founder of Alchemy+Aim, a company that helps entrepreneurs and business owners elevate their online presence and enhance their digital experience.

She is an advocate for using technology in ways that humanize, connect and serve people as well as for asking deeper philosophical questions and teaching others to think more broadly about impact when they create, particularly in STEM fields.

Brandi’s academic background in theatre, philosophy and physics was the perfect foundation for launching her business and helping clients align technology, business, and life in ways that make an impact

In this episode, Brandi discusses the value of phased approaches, the benefits of universal design, and her current guilty pleasure.

“It’s hard to turn off.” – Brandi Bernoskie

Show Notes:

  • The value of phased approaches
  • When to invest in a business website
  • What is a lead magnet
  • How to create lead magnets
  • The benefits of universal design
  • Brandi Bernoskie’s guilty pleasure

“That time in nature for me is just so rejuvenating. It reconnects you to this bigger picture and to this beauty.” – Brandi Bernoskie

Links Mentioned:

  • Connect with Brandi Bernoskie:

Brandi BernoskieAlchemy+AimInstagramLinkedin

Master In Clarity with Dolores Hirschmann

Welcome back Corepreneurs! This is Anne and I’m glad you are back because you are in for a treat, and I hope you are ready for a burst of ideas and some positivity, because every time I speak with her I get chills that resonate in my core.

My guest today is Dolores Hirschman. Dolores is is an internationally recognized STRATEGIST & COACH that I met last November. She helps clients clarify their “idea worth sharing”, design their communication strategies, and implement business growth systems. Her clients become speakers and authors and take their message to larger audiences like TEDx and beyond. She works through group coaching, workshops, one on one coaching, as well as public speaking. Dolores is a writer, TEDx Organizer, and participant in TED conferences. She is a CTI certified and ICF accredited coach and has a business degree from the Universidad de San Andres, Argentina. Originally from Buenos Aires, Dolores speaks fluent Spanish, English, and French and lives in Dartmouth, MA with her husband and four children.

Back of January of this year, I was a guest on her show, Clarity TV. I’ll leave a link for you in the show notes for the clarity TV episode along with some info on where you can find Dolores. My sound volume was low, so you may have to turn it up when I speak, but it gets better as the show goes on.

What was amazing, is that it was like we knew something BIG was going to happen in 2020. Everyone anticipated that. But instead of talking about our 2020 business goals, which we did touch on, we talked about how businesses need to pivot during hard times and about the power of ideas. Like I said, it was like we KNEW it was coming and it was like we were forseeing the hard time in a way as we discussed how we made it through some tough times in the past. We didn’t know that so many business owners and business professionals would endure such hardship this year, with job loss, closing doors to brick and mortar businesses, cancelling live events etc.

I was excited to get Dolores on this show and talk about this and give our updates in light of our new normal. I’m also excited because every Corepreneur needs a positive supportive Ideapreneur friend! I’m sure you’ll be encouraged and inspired.

In this episode we discuss how to make the most of the quarantine, how to create a scalable business plan, and how to pivot your business during COVID.

“Our clients clarify their own idea and the core messaging so that they can position successfully and create a clear scaleable business plan.” – Dolores Hirschmann

Show Notes:

  • How Dolores is pivoting in 2020
  • How to make the most of the quarantine
  • What you can do to improve your business during COVID
  • Ways to clarify your core message
  • How to create a scaleable business plan

“This is the world where everything you thought was never going to be possible is happening.” – Dolores Hirschmann

Links Mentioned:

  • Connect with Dolores Hirschmann:

Masters in Clarity | Instagram | Facebook | TwitterYouTube | Linkedin

Ending Patriarchy Stress Disorder with Valerie Rein

Dr. Valerie Rein is a psychologist, women’s mental health expert, and business consultant, helping people achieve the best ROI by achieving the best mental health–without therapy. Dr. Rein specializes in uncovering the hidden traumas that hold hostage people’s best work, relationships, and well-being, and effectively heal them with a powerful mind-body methodology.

She holds an EdM in Psychological Counseling from Columbia University and a PhD from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Dr. Rein is a sought-after speaker at conferences and companies committed to diversity and inclusion, leadership development, and unlocking people’s potential.

Listen in to learn about Patriarchy Stress Disorder, the nervous system’s involvement in trauma, and leadership development strategies for the workplace.

“The hallmark of trauma is disconnection from parts of ourselves that are affected by the experience.” – Dr. Valerie Rein

Show Notes:

  • What is Patriarchy Stress Disorder
  • How was PSD discovered
  • What causes PSD
  • How to overcome PSD
  • The longevity of PSD
  • The effects of trauma on the nervous system

“A woman’s power has always been a punishable offence.” – Dr. Valerie Rein

Links Mentioned:

Dr Valerie | Instagram | FacebookYouTube | Linkedin

The Joy Of Missing Out with Tonya Dalton

My guest on this week’s episode of The Corepreneur Podcast is the fabulous Tonya Dalton, a nationally recognized productivity expert, best-selling author, and speaker. 

In addition to having her book being named one of the Top 10 Business Books of 2019 by Fortune Magazine, Tonya’s podcast, Productivity Paradox is ranked among the top 50 in the self-improvement category on iTunes. She is also a featured expert on several networks including NBC and Fox and is a regular contributor for Entrepreneur. Tonya has been featured in some of the world’s leading publications including Forbes, Inc, Fast Company, and Real Simple. 

In today’s episode, we talk about the reasons why work ethic works against us, the five P’s of creating structure, and the value of imperfection.

In this episode, you will learn what productivity really means, how leaders can be more vulnerable, and why it’s so important to prioritize happiness.

I hope you enjoy this interview as much as I did.

“It’s all about chasing down busy.” – Tonya Dalton

Show Notes:

  • The importance of prioritizing happiness
  • How to be more productive
  • What does productivity really mean
  • The value of imperfection
  • How leaders can be vulnerable

“I want people to walk away from the idea that productivity is doing more. – Tonya Dalton

Links Mentioned:

Tonya Dalton | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Linkedin

Money Matters with Danielle Roberts

Today on the podcast we have Danielle Roberts, a finance expert, and insurance and medicare entrepreneur who is all over the news and who will help you take a few keys steps to become financially fit.

The reality is, the more you make, the more you can give, so having a healthy mindset around making a lot of money is a good thing.

Even successful female entrepreneurs who could have made it past the magical seven-figure mark could still be bootstrapping years later because they don’t pay enough attention to their finances. Maybe you feel stuck in some areas as an entrepreneur. If that’s the case, then today’s show is for you.

Danielle will be sharing some key topics that can help you prevent one of the biggest areas of failure in business: finances. Her unmatched expertise in the Medicare industry has led to many guest appearances and speaking opportunities. Her mission is to help boomers transition into Medicare and to flourish in their retirement years.

“Money is faster than time.” – Danielle Roberts

Show Notes:

  • Why it’s important to have a support group as an entrepreneur
  • The challenge of providing benefits to your employees as a small business
  • How to maximize the net growth of your business
  • Danielle Roberts’ business model
  • Why it never pays to choose the cheap option in business
  • Why you shouldn’t partner with strangers in business
  • When to open a bank account for your business

“No one in your business is going to work as hard on your business as you.” – Danielle Roberts

Links Mentioned:

Danielle K Roberts | Facebook | Twitter | Linkedin