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Hello, thank you for listening. My name is Kimberly D. Scott, the woman with 2 first names. I host 2 podcasts:
Industry Celebrities podcast, I interview industry professionals (in any industry) & ask them questions about their industry plus guests share a little advice to their younger self. 2nd podcast, Caregivers Stories, highlighting those who care for their loved ones with Dementia and educate all on Dementia diseases. If you are interested in being on either podcast (@ no charge), please email kimberly@marketingdoer.com or sign up @ www.thatkimberly.com. Thank you again; I appreciate you Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
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#thatkimberly #industrycelebritiescollab #roomtogrow   On this episode of TAAEF & Industry Celebrities collaboration, Brian Crawford, Director of Marketing at Maintenance Supply Headquarters is my guest.   Brian was sure with what he wanted before he entered college and that was why he took sports management because he wanted to be in the sports industry. He worked in several universities before moving to the multifamily industry. Handling events was fun for him but after working in his field for several years, he started to think about switching to a different job because he wanted to have a quality life.  While he was an assistant athletic director of development at the University of Houston he met the director of MSH. He shared that he did not know what MSH was at that time. Well, the great thing about life is we always meet people for so many different reasons, and for Brian, calling on the Founder of MSH and getting to know him, opened the door for him to start his marketing career at MSH.    You will learn:   7:22 the beauty of taking the leap of faith and venturing into a new career path  9:29 what Brian loves most about his job  12:39 the importance of improving one's self  13:59 why seeking advice is important   Connect with Brian: Email: brian.crawford@supplyhq.com  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bcrawfo2/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MSupplyHQ/   Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/   Connect with me @thatkimberly FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott  Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly  IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott  Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly   Youtube: https://youtu.be/fbdo3-GihOY --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
#thatkimberly #caregiversstories #caregivereducation   In this interview, Kimberly Scott interviews Rachel Nusbaum a Certified Genetic Counselor and founder of Orchid Story, LLC.  Rachel shared her story on what it is like to take care of her mom while taking care of her kids and the impact it had on their lives. Her mother was diagnosed 10 years ago with what is now called Posterior Cortical Atrophy (PCA), also known as Benson's syndrome. It is a form of dementia which refers to gradual and progressive degeneration of the outer layer of the brain (the cortex) in the part located in the back of the head (posterior). She highlighted a moment where she and her mother had a talk about her 8-year-old son. It took her by surprise for her mother voiced out her pain about how her son was becoming distant to her. This was something she noticed too. Though the disease took a toll on her mother’s total well-being, what Rachel realized at that moment was her mother’s core and the truest essence of herself is still the same even if all the former capability is slowly get stripped away. This is what we often forget but we shouldn’t forget to remind each family member, including the little ones these little things. Though this might be a tough ordeal, especially with children as long as there are compassion and constant communication, a harmonious relationship can still be achieved.   Listen to the whole interview for Kimberly and Rachel talked so many things about how to handle the young members in the family. It will make you tear up a little for these two daughters who are both battling to maintain the life that they want to have for themselves and for the loved ones who are diagnosed with dementia.    Learn more about Rachel by visiting her website: https://www.orchidstory.com/ or email her at orchidstoryemail@gmail.com   Connect with Rachel : IG: https://www.instagram.com/theorchidstory/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-nusbaum-67ab007b/  Podcast: https://www.orchidstory.com/podcast (iTunes)   Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/   Connect on FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott  Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly  IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott  Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
On this episode of Industry Celebrities, I interview the owner of Mercy Wine Bar, Glen Agritelley. He shares his inspiration to start Mercy Wine Bar and where his other passion, tennis, led him.  Learn more about Mercy Wine Bar and T Bar M Tennis by visiting:  www.mercywinebar.com   http://tbarmtennis.com/   https://www.instagram.com/mercywinebar/  https://www.facebook.com/MercyWineBar/   Connect with Glen on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/glenagritelley/     Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/   Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott  Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly  IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott  Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
#thatkimberly #caregiversstories In this episode of Caregivers Stories, I interview Kate Hanley, who is a former caregiver (Old Forge, New York) and now, an author Breakfast Memories: A Dementia Love Story. Kate shares many things; one of the many, she answers my questions about what people should know when it comes to dementia or those with dementia? Kate says, "show up," be in the moment Kimberly, and I promise you I witnessed it myself Kimberly, yeah, is a memory there, if, in fact, your loved one doesn't know who you are. They can't say it because it's in their mind, but their heart knows it, there's some. There's a purpose behind their smile.   Yeah, Absolutely. And she's definitely, I think that was the hardest part for me. And being the child that wanted to take this on, she was the one who decided on saying she was the one that managed everybody so for her to be able to not totally give it up, but for the most part, that's very difficult so I had to find the kindness and the way to go about doing it without getting into a fight with her argument because it's not worth her time here. To do that, I definitely had to learn that very quickly that not to argue just to agree or redirect and move on, because otherwise we'd be fighting all the time and it's not worth being on this planet with her and not enjoying the time I have right katehanleyauthor@gmail.com www.breakfastmemories.com Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/   Connect on:  FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott  Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly  IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott  Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
#thatkimberly #caregiverstories I had the pleasure to interview and speak to Lisa B. Capp, a writer, an activist, and a dementia caregiving survivor. She shares a journey through being a caregiver to her mom Vera had dementia and passed away in 2015. 18 years ago, Lisa's mom moved in with her and her husband, after my dad passed away so half of the journey was spent living with her and then the last half of her journey on yours was in full memory care. At the time, Lisa was working with a Fortune 100 companies as an international consultant in the high tech and was traveling the world and trying to manage caregiving, with her husband playing boots on the ground through a lot of that. Now, Lisa is retired from being a family caregiver, and giving back, spending time with folks who are doing awesome things in this community helping others understand dementia and caregiving.  Learn more about Lisa B. Capp by connecting with her: Website: www.lisabcapp.com email: lisa@lisabcapp.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisabcapp/ NCC19 (National Caregiving Conference hosted by Caregiving.com happened in November) recap: https://youtu.be/0BpAOb8_s38   Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/   Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott  Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly  IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott  Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
We kick off Industry Celebrities & Texas Apartment Association Education Foundation collaboration for TAAEF's Room To Grow series have teamed up to share stories of industry professionals who have found not just a job but a career in the apartment industry.    In this episode, Kimberly D. Scott, 15-year multifamily professional and Nicolle Block, a multifamily executive with 25 years of experience in this industry, have a conversation about why they love multifamily.    Nicolle started her career at a very young age. She’s one of the lucky ones who fell into the industry. As a student, Nicolle needed something to help her with housing, and that was when she stumbled on the lane that took her to the industry that she has come to love after more than two decades now. She found her passion and worked her way up year after year. Not everybody is blessed enough to find out right away what sparks joy for them. For Nicole, it only took her less than a year after she started to see that she was on the right path because she saw a lot of movement and growth in the company that she worked for at that time.   With the years that she spent working for one company, she shared that for someone to fully have growth and development, one must not wait for someone to point it out. This misconception often leads to some people quitting and then wondering why the years that passed have been stagnant and unfulfilling. Although some who people who genuinely care for us might be able to point out the things that we can and should do, if we are wanting to have more or something different, then it should be our prerogative to raise our hand and say what we want to learn and do.   Learn more about Nicolle Block and connect with her at:  IG: https://www.instagram.com/nicollebgb/?hl=en FB: https://www.facebook.com/nicolle.gaffney LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolle-gaffney-block-b28b797/   Learn more at www.roomtogrowtx.org and even better, find your fit by taking a quiz at https://roomtogrowtx.com/apartment-jobs/#quiz and much more!  Learn more about TAAEF: https://taaef.taa.org/    Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/   Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott  Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
On this episode of #caregiversstories, I interview Giulia Melchiorre a neuroscientist by training and co-founder of the CogniCare App.   After Giulia completed her studies, she decided to work for a neurology clinic in Edinburgh. The neurology clinic that she worked for was specialized in degenerative diseases and her role within that was to work as a research assistant. While she was working with these families who were affected by dementia, she noticed that they were somewhat stuck at that point and did not have any clue on what to do. The thought of finding a way to help these families never left her mind.   While she was doing her masters at the university in Edinburgh, she met a friend and they had been talking about doing something for people with dementia. The urge to help these people was so strong that together they brainstormed to find a way that can help these people, most flexible. So after a lot of thinking and research, they decided to create an app. The app is called CogniCare. CogniCare is a digital companion for family carers that enables personalized care, providing guidance and insights to ensure carers will have the support that they need each step of the way. It is designed to improve the caring experience by providing advice and resources to help with daily tasks and promote carer's wellbeing. What is else is better than having an app where you will be able to find the resources that you need?    Listen to the whole interview for Kimberly and Giulia talked a lot of interesting insights about how to take care and understand someone who is diagnosed with dementia and what technologies to utilize to make things easier for both the diagnosed and carer.     Learn more about or connect via email Giulia at giulia@cognihealth.uk  LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/giulia-melchiorre-9869029a  Website: https://cognihealth.uk/   Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/   Connect on FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott  Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly  IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott  Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
Imagine yourself caring for someone who has dementia. Now imagine finding out that you also have dementia. You probably won’t believe that scenarios like this happen in real life but this interview will make you pause and think about how unpredictable life can be.  In this episode, I, Kimberly D. Scott, interview Dallas Dixon, a former criminal defense attorney and author of The Dancing Dementia Dude: An Urgent Conversation Between Dementia Folks, Care Partners and God. Dallas was a caregiver for his uncle for about 10 years. It was a world he never knew he would be in let alone find himself in the same situation that his uncle was in after he was diagnosed with Vascular Dementia in 2014. This interview is about his unconventional route to and through dementia. He shared that even though some might find the journey hard, one should never forget to see the light of things. Acceptance, humor, and the willingness to continue riding the waves of life are the key to make things a bit easy and memorable.  Listen to the whole interview for Kimberly and Dallas will let you have a glimpse of dementia’s cool side and what superpowers it brings.  Learn and connect with Dallas Dixon : Website: https://mrdementiadude.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dallas-dixon-a0516488/ Email: gdmaine7@gmail.com https://www.dementiaallianceinternational.org/ https://teepasnow.com/ Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
On this episode of Caregivers Stories, I, Kimberly D. Scott, feels blessed to interview Mary Ann Kampfe, author of Dementia Dolls: A Daughter’s Story.  It was 2002 when Mary Ann’s parents moved closer to her home. Her dad who was in his mid 70’s at that had fallen and was diagnosed with macular degeneration. She was thrown into the Sandwich Generation because while she was caring for her two children, she was also her parents’ chauffeur and friend. When her dad passed away in 2013, her mother continued to live on her own in their apartment. Mary Ann thought that everything was doing okay until they visited her and found her iron inside the oven. That was the sign that something was off. For someone who was always in charge of their household, the dementia diagnosis shocked her.  Despite the difficulty and increasing demands, Mary Ann slowly learned to embrace the constant change in the process. She learned to pause, not put too much pressure and value herself while she was taking care of her mother. Her elderly aunt who's in her 90s said to her, that she has to take care of herself as a caregiver because if something happens to her the whole house of cards goes down. That was one of the pieces of advice that stuck to her the most.   Nobody is perfect and no matter how imperfect you are as a caregiver, as long as you are doing your best for your loved one, while not forgetting yourself then that is what is important. Balance everything, if you slip, it’s okay t not be okay but never lose sight of what is important. Seek help and do not be ashamed to reach out to those people that you trust the most.  Listen to the whole interview for Kimberly and Mary Ann’s conversation will remind you of the most import words that you need to hear right now. Make sure to share with your friends, because you will never know who needs to hear their story.  Learn more about Mary Ann and connect with her: Email: makampfe@aol.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mary-ann-kampfe-2027a95a Website: www.elderskleter.com Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
On this episode of Caregivers Stories, Sue Anne Kirkham shares her caring story with me about caring for her father and stepmother. Sue Anne and I agree that becoming a caregiver was challenging, however rewarding at the same time.  Sue Anne shared about her journey assisting her father and stepmother as they struggled with declining health and the onset of dementia. It was 2005, both Sue and her husband at the time had full-time jobs. When her stepmother had the diagnosis, Sue Anne knew that she had to step in and help her father after he told her that he wants to move her to an assisted living. Sue Anne then quit her full-time job and started going over her parent's place every weekday, Monday through Friday. It hasn’t been a smooth journey, but Anne learned so many things that she wants to share with everyone who just found out that their loved one has dementia. She wants to remind every caregiver to expect the unexpected and, and be really patient because just like everyone else who is going through this stage, you're not going to know from day one, how to deal with all of what’s happening. She also highlighted that caregivers should also be patient with the outsiders for these people will not right away understand. One of the many takeaways, do not take things personally, is a tough thing to practice, however, one should always keep their emotions in check.  Listen to the rest of the interview for Kimberly, and Sue Anne’s experience as caregivers for their loved one will give a glimpse of what it is like to be in a reversed situation where they now have to care for a parent. You shouldn’t miss this discussion for you will take their lessons with you as your own.  Learn more about Sue Anne, a freelancer who blogs at Your Recipes for Life and author of Loving Zelda: A Stepdaughter’s Caregiving Journal and connect with her online: FB: https://www.facebook.com/sueanne.kirkham LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sue-anne-kirkham-5ba646a3 Website: https://www.lovingzelda.com/ Website: https://yourecipesforlife.wordpress.com/ Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
My name is Kimberly Scott, I am a part-time caregiver and a Podcast Practitioner; I am grateful to have spoken interview Gerda Saunders, author of Memory’s Last Breath: Field Notes on My Dementia. Gerda is living with Dementia; she was 61 years old when she was diagnosed with microvascular dementia. Gerda emigrated to the United States from South Africa in 1984. In 1996 she received a Ph.D. in English from the University of Utah, where she later served as associate director of the Gender Studies Program. When  Gerda and her family noticed her memory lapses, she knew that she had a form of degenerative brain issue. When she finally had herself checked, her MRI showed multiple frontal lobe lesions (microvascular dementia.) Gerda is blessed with a loving family. She was 17, and her husband, Peter, was 19 when they fell in love. Now they have been together for 50 years, and her husband is her primary caregiver. The amazing thing about Gerda and her story is how she and her family worked and communicated together. She has been open to everyone about her condition, and even though this disease is slowly taking some of her skills, she still looks at life with fresh eyes. The acceptance and the courage to face life and not succumb to the negativity it brings is beyond impressive. Listen to the whole interview for Kimberly, and Gerda talked a lot of pain points and wisdom that will open a different avenue about what it’s like to have to live with Dementia. Their conversation will make your heart melt, it will bring tears, and it will also paint a smile on your face. At the end of it, you will surely never forget the lessons they imparted. Learn more about Gerda: Website: https://www.gerdasaunders.com/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/gerda.saunders?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/gerdamsaunders LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerda-saunders-a85381100?trk=author_mini-profile_title Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
In this episode of Caregivers Stories, I interviewed Deborah Shouse, a writer, speaker, editor, and creativity catalyst. She is the author of Love in the Land of Dementia: Finding Hope in the Caregiver’s Journey.    Deborah shared that when her mother was diagnosed with dementia, it changed her life. Even though things were not the same as it used to be, she continued to find the light in the situation. Like every care partner, as she coins it, the struggle and adjustment are always there, but one should never forget to find ways to make the load lighter. With her mother, what she appreciated the most is the fact that she is growing up, she has been known as someone who had always been a person of significant rules and judgment. When she was able to accept her condition, she was able to let go of that trait; her mother became very playful after. She highlighted that being a care partner for someone living with dementia is one of the most creative and spiritual things you can do because it's new every moment, and you'll never know what's going to happen next.    This journey will not only change one's courses of action, but it will flip everything, including how you deal with what’s coming for you and your loved one.  Listen to the whole interview for Kimberly, and Deborah shared so many great insights about what it is like to be a care partner to their parents and what activities they can do to redirect and help their loved ones enjoy their time with them. These wonderful daughters are hoping to spread awareness, so please share with friends and family. A small act of sharing can go a long way, for we will never know who needs to hear this conversation. Learn more and connect with Deborah Shouse: https://dementiajourney.org https://twitter.com/deborahshouse https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQfJMweUZaXZPkk71pzuvHQ Email: myinfo@pobox.com Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast (it is free): https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
The full episode of Industry Celebrities podcast, with Ian Mattingly, President of LumaCorp. Kimberly interviews Ian about how and when he came into the family business at LumaCorp Inc. Ian gives advice to his younger self that will bring the value you to anyone that listens and watches this episode. If you want to connect with Ian Mattingly, you can do so on LinkedIn @ianmattinglycpm  or visit LumaCorp website: https://www.lumacorp.com/ Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
On this week’s episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott interviews Jon Umstead, founder of Plan Canvas and expert in software & goal setting. Jon shares his journey to becoming an entrepreneur and why he feels he offers a unique perspective in his industry.  Learn more about Jon: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jon-umstead-mba-70811b7/ Plan Canvas here: https://www.plancanvas.net/ Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
On this episode of Industry Celebrities, I sit down with Dottie Gandy, a powerful and transformative speaker, dedicated to inspiring the world to say "Why Not!" instead of "Why Me?"  Dottie shares with me how she got started as well as how she uses the wisdom of past experiences to engage, entertain and inspire us to see life's circumstances differently. Dottie and I talk about one of the proudest moments and why challenging life circumstances are not dead ends but, rather, opportunities to say yes to life. Dottie deeply believes in the power that lies within us all, and through her contagious enthusiasm for life, she leaves us ready and able to start saying "Why not!". Connect with Dottie Gandy on LinkedIn and Facebook. FB: https://www.facebook.com/dottie.gandy.7  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dottiegandy/  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avw --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
#industrycelebrities This episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott, Podcast Practitioner, interviews Real Estate Investor, Gia Jordan.  Understanding the mind of an investor,  as Gia shared, is one of the first things that you should learn before venturing into the whole selling business. Educating yourself and looking for a mentor to help you understand the process is vital for your success in this part of the industry. Watching a video or two will give you an overview but it won't prepare you for everything that comes with being a real estate investor.  Gia also highlighted her advice to her younger self, and it’s the following: number one is to remember that she does not need anyone's permission to live her life. The second is everyone "faking it" and doesn’t really know everything that they are doing. These definitely are one of the two things that we should remind ourselves each time we want to do something in our lives.  Make sure to listen to the entire interview because these lovely ladies shared a whole lot of wonderful insights about the industry that they are in and the lessons that came along with it.  Learn more about Gia: IG: the_kaizen_investor_ Email Address: jordan@percivalherald.com  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/  Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
In this episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly D. Scott, Podcast Practitioner, interviews Heather Parady, show host, and producer of #LinkedInLeaders and Unconventional Leaders Podcast.  Have you ever noticed that you’ve always just done things a little bit differently? Have you been thinking about having the freedom that you want and not be bound by lock-in schedules and deadlines? Most of us are sticking to our 9 to 5 jobs because it’s something that we believe is the most stable way to earn. And some like Heather, who has a courageous soul, stepped away from the corporate world to follow what she’s passionate about. She became obsessed with the idea that you can create something from nothing and also being able to build something as big as you want.  Some may think that it’s odd for someone to leave their office jobs and start a business on the internet. But as our technology is evolving, so many types of business popped up in the past few years. With the internet as one of the main reasons why it’s relatively easy to come up with something new and not worry about how it would reach the target audience you need, so many people are moving from the traditional way of making a living.  Listen to the rest of the podcast for Heather talked about what she loved about podcasting, how it changed her life, and what advice would she give to her younger self.  Learn more and connect with Heather: IG: https://www.instagram.com/heatherparady/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/pg/UnconventionalLeaders/posts/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heatherparady Website:https://www.heatherparady.com/  Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
On this episode of Industry Celebrities, Kimberly interviews Kim Croft, the Executive Regional Vice President, and Independent Consultant at Arbonne International.  Kim grew up in Miami and lived in New York City on her first career as an Administrative Coordinator at Columbia University. She always had an interest in international relations and was always looking for where she could make an impact to change the world. She loved and enjoyed what she was doing, but it came to a point where she hated her life. She found that she did not like what life looked like when she was doing the things that she wanted. She loved the topics and the content but what she actually wanted was to travel, be location-independent, have all the free time and make a lot more money.  Now Kim is currently a consultant for a network marketing company, promoting health and wellness, along with the mission to not just create healthy strategies for individuals but also help people develop their business in the wellness industry. With this, she found a whole new meaning to her life, and she loves it. Looking back, she is thankful for the hard times because she understands that everything that happened to her led her to where she really wanted to be.  Listen to the rest of the podcast for Kim’s story will make you pause and think about what you are currently doing. Are you happy and fulfilled with the job that you have? We will be spending 75% of our time working, and we might as well spend it with what resonates most to our passion and goals in life.  Learn more about Kim:  https://www.arbonne.com/pws/kimcroft/tabs/about-me.aspx FB: https://www.facebook.com/kim.croft.7 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kim-croft-17004422 Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdrDMJCNq8kxGGgqsO8avwQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
On this episode of Caregivers Stories, Kimberly interviews Tara Reed, former caregiver, artist, author of What To Do Between the Tears and the founder of Pivot to Happiness. As an artist by profession, Tara has been making beautiful art for over 15 years and is currently represented by Roaring Brook Licensing. She entered the world of caregiving when her father was diagnosed way back in 2012. Since her parents lived 4 miles away from her, she would usually visit them two to three times a year. Everything changed when they knew about the diagnosis. Her father was a professor, a brilliant man with a brilliant mind. Before they had him checked, the early signs were not entirely apparent for he was good at handling himself. They all thought that the signs were just because of old age, but her mom (as the person who was living under the same roof as ) him knew something was wrong. As things were getting worse, they finally decided to have him checked by a neurologist, that was when they got the confirmation that he indeed has dementia. Accepting the news was a lot harder for her dad than to them, but since their dad needed all the support to lift his spirits, they made sure to do provide him all that he needed. It was a tough journey for her and her family, and as a way for her deal with what she was going through she started writing her book. As she went on pouring her heart out, she was able to document all the great things that are worth sharing to everybody who needed it. And the was the birth of “What To Do Between the Tears.” As a child to a parent who was diagnosed with Dementia, she highlighted how important it is to organize the legal documents, like getting the power of attorney, making sure that the financial and medical matters are all sorted out because it would be difficult and costly if it will not be done right away. She also stated that communication is vital with all the people involved because it can tear a family apart really quickly especially if nobody talked about it until there’s an emergency. Once everything is planned it is also best to know the strengths and weaknesses of those who will be in direct contact with the loved one who is diagnosed for it should be a round-robin and everybody should look out for each other’s mental health because no one is that strong to handle everything all at once. Listen to the rest of the interview for Kimberly and Tara shared a lot of vital information that people should know when a loved one is diagnosed with Dementia. If you want to know more about Tara’s website and if you want to connect with her, visit https://pivottohappy.com/, you can also buy her book at Amazon and Kindle. Connect with Tara on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/artisttarareed IG: https://www.instagram.com/artisttarareed/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/TaraReedDesigns/ Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect with Kimberly on FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly   Youtube: https://youtu.be/aaoFgfcE3js --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
On this episode of Industry Celebrities podcast, Kimberly Scott interviews Jennifer Vaughan Herold, a certified coach and the founder and CEO of Vaughan Herold LLC. Before Jennifer founded her company, she started her professional career in marketing. After 15 years in the corporate environment, she took a leap to follow her calling as a coach. This all started when Jennifer reached her peak and wasn't enjoying what she was doing anymore. Someone in her circle said that she should go to a coaching class, just to see if it was a fit. It was a weekend course, discussing the fundamentals and overview to start to learn about the broader program. At the end of the first day, she couldn't look the instructors in the eyes. She was just so overwhelmed because at that moment she felt for the first time that it was what she was made to do. She loves the feeling of being able to help somebody become better at what they do and go through things that are not always easy to work through. Now she has been in the industry for 5 years, and her advice to those who want to start a career as a coach is to work on one's self first.  She wants to encourage anybody interested in it to find what work you need to do on yourself. Like knowing what your triggers are: what motivates you, what really gets you up in the morning, what do you have to offer and who do you need to look to and lean on that can be a teacher in your life.  Listen to the rest of the interview for Kimberly and Jennifer talked a whole lot of incredible life lessons that you will remember for the rest of your life. Learn more about Jennifer: https://www.vaughanherold.com/ Connect: IG: https://www.instagram.com/jvherold/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.herold.338 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-herold Listen to other episodes or signup to be a guest on a Podcast: https://thatkimberly.com/convos-with-kimberly/ Connect on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thatkimberlyscott Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thatkimberly IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatkimscott Twitter: https://twitter.com/that_kimberly Youtube: https://youtu.be/xm6MCZBsBJo --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thatkimberly/support
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