Podcast Reviews

Jason Cavness

If you are on the fence about becoming an entrepreneur, this great podcast is what you need to listen to give you that push. Anne gives great insights and only has the best guests. Do yourself a favor and make this part of your podcast routine.

Lesley Bohm

Smart, open conversation about women and entrepreneurship. Not only just corporate healthcare to entrepreneurship, it’s much more. Mindset, business alignment, process and great stories.


Listening to each episode in the Corepreneur series is like taking a mini vacation. I feel rejuvenated, empowered and uplifted after each chat with her talented, bold, intelligent, resilient guests. What I heard in all their stories is “just take a step, and the next step, and another step, and you will find your way.” There is a lesson anyone can use.

You can tell Dr. Arvizu is a teacher at heart. She’s compiled such a well rounded curriculum for entrepreneurship, while making the lessons interesting to a more general audience. Her guests have faith in God and themselves, tenacity to keep taking that next step, resilience to learn from challenges and keep going, and know when to pivot – things we can all use coming out of 2020.

I look forward to seeing (or hearing) what she’s got next.


The Corepreneur podcast creates hope. Entrepreneu-ing is tough, and too often, we get in our own way. Anne inspires through her own experience as well as her guests. This podcast is what I turn to when I am stuck and need a dose of CORE!

Kimber Boothe

The Corepreneur Podcast brings together inspiring and practical information for entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs. Anne has great mindset and her openness brings life to the episodes. I appreciate that the guests come from a variety of backgrounds and bring unique viewpoints that I learn from.


I was honored to be interviewed by Anne. I’ve read her book, and tuned into her other podcasts, and what stands out for me is that she understands, at a visceral level, the integration of body, mind, and spirit. The one word that best describes her from my perspective is “flow” and how we can allow abundance, positive energy, and hope continue to flow from us to those around us.