The impact a book can have on your life and business
Have you ever read a book that completely changed your perspective and life in a lasting way? It’s incredible how words on a page can have a profound and lifelong impact on us.
This week’s episode of She Talks Business is a milestone episode.
We have finally reached 100 episodes on the show!
And we have an incredible returning guest, Margy Feldhuhn, who loves talking about books and learning new things as much as I do.
Margy is a Forbes-featured podcast host, a multi-7-figure CEO, and co-owner of Interview Connections, a podcast booking agency that is the first and leading of its kind. She started working at Interview Connections as a part-time contractor earning $15/hour and became the CEO and 50% owner of the company within two years.
Margy shares three books she has implemented into her life, whether through action or a mindset shift. We spend a lot of time discussing how to eliminate friction and create a culture of agility that empowers everyone on your team to do their best work.
We also take a little dive into the intersection between leadership and the nervous system, but you’ll have to tune in to uncover that concept!
What’s in This Episode
- Reading that has impacted Margy’s personal and professional life
- Restructuring your business
- Why you should choose to go all in
- The agility umbrella
- Eliminating friction
- How Margy reads to maximize the impact of books in her work
- The power of surrendering
- The cycle of grief to gain perspective
- Neurosomatic intelligence
Where to Find Margy Feldhuhn
What To Do Next
- Join Thought Readers, my business book club, and connect with other like-minded entrepreneurs.
- Join the conversation on Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn and share your insights from the show.
Next week, for episode 101 we continue our conversation about books!
Books Mentioned in This Episode
- Greatness by David Cook
- Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time by Jeff Sutherland
- The Power Of Now by Eckhart Tolle
- The Surrender Experiment by Michael Alan Singer