Protect your happiness! - Confidently in Charge with Amy Powell of ATTAINABLE
Confidently In Charge with PoppyLead
In this episode, Allison chats with happiness coach, Amy Powell of ATTAINABLE about figuring out what actually makes us happy in life (not what the world says will make us happy) and then being leaders and protecting that space for ourselves! This episode also has some great tips for having an intentional relationship with technology. Follow Amy and Attainable on IG at: https://www.instagram.com/attainable_af/ ----------------------------- ALSO! You heard correct! Membership is OPEN for the Sanctuary 1:1 experience for people-pleasing entrepreneurs who are ready to find their backbone. Apply now at poppylead.com/apply
Don’t be afraid of a non-traditional career path! Amy Powell, co-founder of Toasst
Powerhouse with Joyce Yung
In this episode, I speak to Amy Powell, co-founder of Toasst, a curated wine subscription based business. She was previously the director of communications at Four Seasons Hong Kong. Listen to how she started her career in the hospitality industry to how she decided to start her own business. Subscribe to my Powerhouse Podcast:https://anchor.fm/powerhouseJY https://bit.ly/PowerhouseJY https://www.instagram.com/powerhouse.jy/ More about Amy and Toassthttps://www.toasst.co/ https://www.instagram.com/amymariepowell/ https://www.instagram.com/toasstwines/More about Joyce Yung:www.joyceyung.com https://www.instagram.com/yungjoyce/--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Episode 20.1 - Taking the Entrepreneurial Leap, with Amy Powell from E-Leap
SCORE Podcast: Where Small Business Matters
Co-hosts and SCORE volunteers Armando Ojeda and Tom Nixon kick off the debut episode of the SCORE podcast serving southeast Michigan small business owners and entrepreneurs by exploring the very beginning of the entrepreneurial journey — actually, before the journey even begins! They welcome guest Amy Powell, Digital Marketing Manager at Entrepreneurial Leap, who works with E-Leap founder and author of The Entrepreneurial Leap, Gino Wickman, to develop and distribute content from Entrepreneurial Leap to help entrepreneurs-in-the-making eliminate common roadblocks and increase their odds of success when starting a business. Discussion points: What is “The Entrepreneurial Leap,” and why is it important for aspiring entrepreneurs? Why is it important that entrepreneurs-in-the-making find out if they have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur before they get too far down a road? What are the six essential traits Gino Wickman has identified for successful entrepreneurs, and how did he arrive at those? How can someone who is thinking of taking the entrepreneurial leap find out if they possess the six essential traits? What happens if you fall below the baseline score in the assessment? Does that mean you should give up on your dream? How to get started: the website, the book, the assessment and YouTube Live event on August 26th References and Resources: Visit E-Leap.com to buy the book, download a free chapter, take the assessment, and check out tons of free tools and resources. Join the free YouTube Live event hosted by Gino Wickman on Wednesday, August 26th at 1:00 p.m. to get a firsthand overview of The Entrepreneurial Leap and to see if you qualify for Gino’s forthcoming three-part Virtual E-Leap Workshop. SCORE’s Startup Roadmap for people at the beginning of the entrepreneurial journey. Looking for free guidance and specific subject matter expertise? Check out our schedule of local, live and virtual workshops happening weekly! Looking for a mentor to help you along your path toward entrepreneurial success? Find a local southeast Michigan mentor today! Connect with Armando and Tom on LinkedIn Music: Let Us Run For It by The Denotes | https://thedenotes.bandcamp.com Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US
Ep 12: April Happy Hour - Measuring Culture with Amy Powell
Our guest presenter during our first Zoom Happy Hour on April 7th was Amy Powell, a Certified Culture Transformation Practitioner with the Barrett Values Centre. She showed us how to measure the 7 Levels of culture, and guided us through an exercise to measure culture that you can use in your own life, with your team, or your whole organization. The results help you identify what needs to change.
Episode 21: Contemplating the planet’s predicament during a pandemic with Amy Powell - Founder, Attainable
[Not] Business as Usual - The TMA Podcast
Amy Powell wants to empower individuals to make better choices today so that our planet can have a healthy tomorrow. Raised in Santa Cruz, CA and having grown up in a mindful household, the roots of sustainability were planted early but came to fruition later in her career. Working in the events world for over a decade, she was all too familiar with the cost efficiency of having “disposable events” and the waste they produced. Like the straw that broke the camel’s back, Amy’s inertia for the planet came unexpectedly one day when seeing a trash can that had been knocked over on a walk. Seeing trash everywhere, she vowed then and there to take action. Amy created Attainable in order to empower everyone to take action and recognize that we are all in this together. In order to understand how to move forward, she had to learn how we became a “disposable society” in the first place and how that has perpetuated a lack of value for the things that we have. We discuss sustainability as a three-tiered system, how we can create a new normal post COVID-19, and how we can reconnect with nature and our communities. We also discuss the logistics of being a founder, why taking space can be the most helpful thing when you’re building something bigger than yourself, and why we should approach the world, and ourselves, with more empathy. If you are interested in learning more about sustainability, Attainable or Earth Day, Amy wrote a great article highlighting our current environmental predicament and how we can initiate change. https://medium.com/the-quilt-thread/the-planets-sigh-unexpected-lessons-of-social-distancing-2ba78d910399 https://www.attainable-af.com/ https://www.instagram.com/attainable_af/ Earth Day Resources https://www.earthday.org https://www.wedonthavetime.org/event/ Our podcast theme song is "Pico & Westwood" by Esbie Fonte. For more info, visit https://www.esbiefonte.com/
Quarantine culture! The way we interact has changed…. rapidly! Amy Powell and I sat down to chat about it. We talk about everything from the interesting choices in movies that are trending right now, to what we’ve learned by observing reactions to the news of this pandemic. It’s a light hearted observational conversation in the middle of these crazy times we find ourselves in. Enjoy.
Society puts pressure on you to get married and have children by a certain age. If you don’t fit this mold you start to think something is wrong with you. This is toxic because women tend to settle in unhealthy relationships and lose sight of what they truly want for their life. Aerialist and business owner Amy Powell decided to do things her own way! This interview is important and powerful for everyone to know you don’t have to succumb to social pressures and if your life doesn’t look a certain way it doesn’t mean something is wrong with you. You have the ability to pave your own way! You deserve to live a life that is right for you and it doesn’t matter how that looks to everyone else. You are the author of your story! Don’t give anyone else the pen! Find Amy here: https://www.weirdisuseful.com
This week on the show Amy Powell (my wife) and I attend a Zen meditation session together, at a temple here in denver. It's a first for us both. We both----more---- grew up in evangelical Christian houselholds and growing up, never interacted very much with other faith & belief systems outsied our own. It was an experience that made for some great conversation.