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COVID-19 has had a major impact on our personal and business lives but now, with the easing of restrictions, we’re starting to look at our lives post-lockdown. You may be running a business or thinking of starting one up and a new podcast released today looks at this topic exactly – how to kick start your business after lockdown.
The two women on the podcast are international bestselling author and life coach, Sharon Pearson, and she talks with Sydney publicist now turned empowering businesswoman and mentor, Tory Archbold, in her new Perspectives podcast ‘The Power of Passion.’
Both of these inspiring businesswomen believe life and work can become better than ever after our COVID-19 lockdown, with new priorities, connections and goals.
In the podcast, the pair talk about all the topics you want to hear about right now:
Archbold made her name with her own company, Torstar – a global PR firm whose A-list clients included Zara, David Jones, Nespresso and Drew Barrymore. These days she’s launched her own personal empowerment and mentoring business Powerful Steps.
Like Archbold, Pearson is a trailblazing entrepreneur. In 2004 she founded the award winning The Coaching Institute – one of the world’s largest life coaching schools. She coaches international CEOs and students alike, and launched her latest book Ultimate You at New York’s Barnes and Noble bookstore last year.
Since COVID-19, The Coaching Institute has become a purely online company and is doing record business, while Powerful Steps is expanding and has never been more relevant with its message of advancement and fulfilling dreams. Both of these successful women are thriving in these times, not surviving.
This free podcast, ‘The Power of Passion’ is out on platforms including YouTube, Spotify and iTunes today. Listen below: