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Itenco: Lessons For the Leading Edge

Itenco: Lessons for the Leading Edge is a daring look at leadership, meaningful work, and inner growth. Join host Nancy Marmolejo, founder of The Itenco Institute and TalentAndGenius.com, as she explores what it means to be leading edge in today’s world. With insights into evolutionary leadership, conscious business, creativity, experimental thinking, and the genius we all hold inside, Itenco: Lessons for the Leading Edge will get you to think deeply about the impact you create in your business, leadership, and life. Visit www.ItencoPodcast.com for show notes and more.
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May 2, 2016
In this episode, Nancy interviews Michelle Vandepas on the topic of purpose and profit. When was the last time you checked in with yourself about being on PURPOSE? And is it absolutely essential that your work and your purpose happen together?
 
In this interview, Michelle Vandepas offers some fascinating takes on the concept of purpose and definitely turns it on its head! She's going to give you a provocative point of view to consider plus a great daily change up to help you integrate this all into your day.
 
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About Michelle Vandepas:
 
Michelle Vandepas, bestselling author and TEDx speaker, works with those called to change the consciousness of the planet. She teaches others to use marketing within their core strengths,  realizing their own big dreams and fulfilling their purpose and mission through entrepreneurship. A successful business consultant, she has started three multimillion-dollar companies and her purpose and profit podcast talks with others making a difference.  Next year she will appear in a documentary film, “Wisdom from Thought Leaders,” alongside Sting and the Dalai Lama. A doctor of divinity, she brings a spiritual bent to her work. Michelle studies tai chi for meditation in motion. She’s been married 34 years (!),  is a mom to one daughter, grandmother to six, and has been a foster mom to ten.

 

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