We all want to make a significant difference through our work and through our message. However, taking the risk to step into that big vision can be scary and overwhelming, and bravely bringing your message to the next level can get your inner voices riled up. We’ve got your back!
Welcome to Inspired Living with Keri Murphy, a highly sought-after media expert and entrepreneur mentor. Each week, Keri she shares insider secrets and success stories behind some of the most influential people and brands. Don’t miss each episode as she pulls back the curtain and helps you discover your “IT” Factor and what it takes to become a “celebrity” expert in your industry both on camera and off.
Stop hiding your brilliance and become an icon in the industry with Keri Murphy’s guidance. The CEO and founder of Inspired Living, Keri is committed to empowering people all over the world to “Dream it. Live it. BE it!” An international speaker, media expert, and business mentor, she honed her expertise in the entrepreneurial field for over 20 years, helping others to create and succeed at a business they love.
Stacy Tuschl’s story begins in the backyard of her parent’s house, as a 17-year-old dance team captain. What started as a solution to practice location, became the beginning of what would become a 20-year seven-figure thriving performing arts academy. Stacy was able to start that business after establishing just one connection with one person, which led her to an entire network of people. Sometimes business is all about relationships, and working hard for the one client can really springboard
You can create anything you desire. Do you believe that? If you feel resistant to that belief, listen here today to my inspiring interview with Myoshia Boykin-Anderson. She went from nowhere to tech millionaire, growing up in Houston with a mother who was a drug addict and trying to find herself as a single parent. She started a business out of pure determination when she found out her “forever job” was ending. Myoshia is the
Overcoming the deep-rooted belief that you don’t deserve to be successful is called Imposter Syndrome. Many people suffer from this, even high-profile celebrities like Tina Fey, Sheryl Sandberg, Serena Williams, Tom Hanks, Jodie Foster, and Kate Winslet, just to name a few. One of the core attributes of someone who suffers from imposter syndrome is the need to be perfect. Stop telling yourself you need to be perfect. The “P” in “perfect” stands for poison.
Kara Goldin’s story begins as a high-powered tech executive in Silicon Valley, with a successful career and… a Diet Coke addiction. One day, Kara decided it was time to leave both those mainstays in the rearview mirror. She thought to herself, “Tech executive? That isn’t me.” She quit her job and swapped her Diet Coke addiction for water. She lost 24 pounds in two weeks, but one problem remained: water is boring! Add fruit to
Each year, there are over eighteen million cancer cases. This lead to Jen Miramontes starting Cancer Champion Fitness. With Jen’s Cancer Champion Program, people learn up-to-date nutrition information, as well as whole-food diet education for fighters on their journey to recovery. Plus, Jen and her trainers love to talk about fitness with their members. Jen reveals the inspiration behind starting Cancer Champion Fitness and how she changes people’s lives worldwide. Later, Jen talks about the
After watching hundreds of videos, I see a few things repeatedly that distract people from really positioning themselves as leaders and broadcasting their brilliance with confidence. So today, I’m going to share with you some of the things that will help you when it comes to showing up on camera. First, you need to examine how you physically position your recording. Ensure you are filming in the direction that your audience will watch you; consider