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Leaders Of Transformation | Conscious Business | Global Transformation | Leadership Development

Want to grow your business? Make a greater impact in the world? Become a leader in your industry?

Every week our host Nicole Jansen interviews business leaders and difference makers who are transforming the world with their strengths, passion and expertise. Tune in weekly to hear inspiring stories of transformation, overcoming obstacles, and global impact.

From freeing women and children from the sex trafficking industry, to transforming the way we do business and interact with others, these leaders of transformation will inspire and equip you to be the difference maker and world changer you were born to be.

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Feb 27, 2017

Author of two books, Undefeatable and F’d Up: The Upside To Failure, Tiana Sanchez is in the business of developing managers and leaders, and believes there is no limit to your success. As the owner of an organizational training and development practice, she works with for profit, non-profit and educational...

Feb 21, 2017

Jeffrey Slayter is a positive disrupter of psyches, having played the role of transformational coach and facilitator, speaking to over 3 million people in 12 countries. In today's interview, he shares the habits and mindset of the world's biggest thinkers and world changers so you can start implementing them in...

Feb 14, 2017

What does sales and marketing have to do with being a leader of transformation? Everything! An important message is meant to be shared. But in this crowded world of information overload, catchy sales pitches, and social media marketing, how do you create meaningful connections and get your message across?

Byron Torres,...

Feb 7, 2017

As he was going through an expired relationship, John Kim created a blog on Tumblr called "The Angry Therapist" and started to document his journey post divorce.

Even though he was a licensed therapist, John chose not to present himself that way. He wore t-shirts and jeans. He preferred the language of “me too” as...