Why outsource, when you can just learn the trade yourself?  That’s what Roshelle Stovall Lee asked herself and then proceeded to do just that.  She took her God-given skills, molded them, practiced them and turned herself into the one stop shop that absolutely follows the adage “I can do anything”.  But she is quick to point out, this is HER story, you have to develop your own.  It’s episode #49 of Think Tank of Three podcast.

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How do you hold it together when it seems the world is coming apart?

Today, we’re talking pandemic life, entrepreneur life, mom life, and just well life, with a guest who has a lot to say about how to hold space for yourself when you need it.

Welcome to the podcast. I’m Julie Holton here with Audrea Fink and Reischea Canidate-Kapasouris  We are your Think Tank of Three.


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She’s a two-time WBO Featherweight Champion, so throwing a punch is what she does.  But beyond the ring and those boxing gloves is a fierce woman who is thoroughly clear on who she is and what she’s worth.  Find out how to punch at your own weight and well beyond, this is episode 47 of Think Tank of Three podcast.

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You know how people say, “think positively”, there is actually something to that. But you can’t just say it, you have to whole body do it. Michelle Hutchison breaks down the science and the spirituality behind helping us rewire our minds for a healthier, stronger self!

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So much of who we are gets wrapped up in whether or not we’re successful. And that success? It’s often defined by title and money.

So, what if you could shift your mindset to open yourself up to a world of mental wellness and success?

The Think Tank of Three welcomes back entrepreneur, public speaker, and now globally published author, Joyce Marter to give us a look inside her new book, The Financial Mindset Fix. Plus, you’ll hear Joyce’s personal decade-long journey of finding a publisher and her advice for other women pursuing big dreams.


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I’m going to admit up front, that this is a bit of a rant. The beautiful thing about having a platform is that you can use it to share what peeves you in the hope that it provides a lesson to others. Or if it doesn’t, maybe it’ll provide some comic relief.

No matter what you do for a living, you are in sales. Everyone is selling. Always.

You’re selling an idea, a product, a persona, a brand, yourself. And it’s incredibly important to, if not understand how to do it well, then at least don’t do it so poorly that you embarrass yourself.

For the people who give sales a bad rap, I would argue that most of them are lazy. Sales is about the relationship and being lazy in relationships will fail you professionally.
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Behind every successful person is a mentor, a coach, a consultant, a friend full of encouragement or tough love — or both. 

And whether we’re talking about success in business, leadership, parenting, or life, behind every story — however you define success — there’s also a pile of good books!

I have one you need to add today.
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A man I love once told me that I am what’s wrong with the world.

“You,” he had exclaimed in frustration. “You are the problem!”

I was in my early 30s and working as an Executive Producer in a TV newsroom. My sixth newsroom in four states, which to me symbolizes the sacrifice and hard work I had put in to build a successful career and advance in an industry that I can only describe as a 24/7 pressure-cooker.

I was having dinner with my parents when my dad, clearly exasperated and not intending to hurt my feelings, declared that as a member of the media, I was the problem.


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Beth Peck, Project KoruGuest Blog by Beth Peck, Executive Director of Project Koru

Right this moment I am staring out the window of a little 63’ Franklin travel trailer, listening to the quiet morning waves of Lake Superior. Mornings are always my favorite time; it’s quiet, all I can hear is the light breathing of my three kids as they catch up on sleep from the previous day’s adventure mixed with the rustle of the biggest evergreens in the great state of Michigan.

Sitting in my little twin bed drinking freshly made camp coffee, I always have a happy heart when I’m working in the morning from Lil’ Frankie, the name we gave our travel trailer. She’s 150 sq ft of vintage charm that I worked all spring to restore. Every nook and cranny has a purpose and every time I’m in here my soul explodes with happiness. She is mine, and I made her. I made this life.
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