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16 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Alison Brown. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Alison Brown, often where they are interviewed.

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16 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Alison Brown. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Alison Brown, often where they are interviewed.

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Ep. 28: The Beauty of Failure with Alison Brown

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Recording Date: (Nov 1, 2020)

In this episode I share how challenge week went and what the game plan is for the next big thing I'm trying. I have a couple big wins and I put out some more money for more coaching... fingers crossed that I haven't made a huge mistake. Finally, I go off on a HUGE tangent about make-up. 

My guest co-host today is Alison Brown. Alison is a wealth empowerment coach, real estate investor, and best selling author on women's empowerment. She also fills the roles of controller, wife and mother. Her coaching helps women go from abdicating their financial decisions to actively participating in building the life of their dreams. 

For 20 years she has been a personal student of money and wealth creation. Since 2015 she has learned about real estate investing and how to create a portfolio of cash producing assets alongside her husband. Then in 2019 she began ACTIVELY educating herself on how to create and manage cashflow positive investments through syndication. 

Her passion is to help other women become empowered around money and wealth creation. She passionately believes that every woman should confidently be able to call herself a wealthy woman and truly believe it. 

Raised in Wisconsin Alison now lives in Nashville, TN with her husband and daughter.

Alison's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alison.valind
Alison's Facebook group for ladies only: https://www.facebook.com/groups/simplepowerfulwealthwisdom
Alison's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ali.m.brown/
Alison's Website: www.simplyalisonbrown.com
Alison's Book: bit.ly/AuthorAlison1

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Show Navigation: 

To skip to my discussion with Alison go to: 26:02
To skip to weekly wins and woes go to: 49:17
To skip to my wrap up: 57:30

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Nov 10 2020 · 1hr
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#85 Your Journey of Wealth Empowerment Starts Here With Alison Brown

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Are you a rich woman?

Alison Brown, is a wealth empowerment coach and real estate investor who once felt uncomfortable answering this question. I'm excited to have her on the show today to close the Season 7 of the show.

Alison helps women gain confidence and clarity around wealth, creation and investing, and while being a full time, employee, wife, and mom. She launched a Facebook group and coaching program to grow a business and have more options. She and her husband also run a real estate investing business that went from zero in cash-flowing assets to 5 million in five years while working with their job.

In this conversation, Alison shares why any woman should feel comfortable dealing with money and not delegating it to others.

Alison purpose is to help women realize that they don't need to be intimidated about investing and can learn the ropes.

Listen to this thrilling conversation now. For the show notes go to  www.francinebeleyi.com/podcast


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Nov 10 2020 · 46mins

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How wealth & empowerment coach Alison Brown found the one through dating

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Today we have wealth and empowerment coach Alison Brown as a special guest on our show. Today she is on to speak about her dating journey, women empowerment, building wealth, and her book scheduled to be released next month called Saving lives while fighting for mine. You can find Alison:

Website: https://www.simplyalisonbrown.com/

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Nov 02 2020 · 28mins
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Alison Brown - Wealth Empowerment Coach

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This Episode Features Alison Brown

Guest Location: Nashville

Alison Brown is a Wealth Empowerment coach and real estate investor as well as a wife, mom and Controller for a civil engineering firm. She has always been interested in learning about money, how to manage it and more recently how to make her money work for her and create more of itself.

For 20 years she has been a personal student of money and wealth creation. And since 2015 she has semi-actively learned about real estate investing and how to create a portfolio of cash producing assets. Then since 2019 she has been ACTIVELY educating herself on how to create and manage cashflow positive investments through syndication.

Her passion is to help other women become empowered around money and wealth creation. She passionately believes that every woman should confidently be able to call herself a wealthy woman and truly believe it.

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Oct 26 2020 · 22mins

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Perinatal Mood Disorder with Alison Brown

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Alison Brown is a homeschooling mom of five. She started studying emotional intelligence ten years ago in order to teach her kids about their feelings. When she had to deal with three bouts of prenatal depression, she realized that she needed better techniques to handle her own emotional ups and downs. Her research led her to develop the Power Emotions system to help people get in touch with the healthy forms of anger, sadness, and fear - instead of trying to suppress them - and use their power to experience more calm, confidence, and happiness. 

Highlights from this episode include:

  • Her experience with Perinatal mood disorder through three out of the five of her pregnancies
  • Discussing the warning signs of prenatal depression 
  • Differentiating a mood disorder from the stressors of parenting and typical pregnancy symptoms
  • Managing feelings and emotions as a Mom
  • Discussing the roots of “mom rage” 

You can join her upcoming FREE challenge designed to help parents transform frustrating moments with their kids into opportunities for love and connection in her Power Emotions Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/poweremotions/


As always, we would love to connect with you to continue the conversation on Instagram @sweetestandtoughestjob or on Facebook The Sweetest and Toughest Job

Visit our website www.sweetestandtoughestjob.com for additional episodes, resources, guest contact info and blog posts.

Thank you for listening!

Oct 22 2020 · 34mins
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EP 43: Alison Brown

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Today on the Real Estate Lab Podcast, join our host Vee Khuu and his guest, Alison Brown, as they talk about empowering women to be more confident in building their wealth outside the traditional routes. Alison is a successful real estate investor, an empowerment coach, a controller at a Civil Engineer firm, and a mother. She excels in a lot of different fields. In this episode, she shares her advice on how to train our minds and build a great mindset. 

Outline of the Episode:

  • [00:55] Equality is so essential. We only have a few female investors in this field. 
  • [04:00] Doing Shavasana, the corpse pose, allows you to reflect and problem solve.
  • [06:23] It is more important to focus on your “I help” statement, rather than your title.
  • [08:30] We need to address the mindsets and attitudes we have that we struggle with. It’s okay not to know everything.
  • [11:08] Nothing is ever certain; there are always risks. Be okay with making mistakes and learning along the way.
  • [13:06] School has conditioned our minds to always say the right answers. However, sometimes thinking outside the box can be the solution.
  • [15:41] Women tend to be conservative. Start asking yourself these questions and figure the answers out.
  • [17:42] What did Alison learn about money from her parents and her husband?
  • [20:46] Alison’s money mindset when she was 20 years old.
  • [23:20] How and why did Alison Brown decide to get into the real estate industry? 
  • [25:36] At the end of 2019, they have acquired $5 million in cash-flowing assets.
  • [30:14] The great partnership that Alison and her husband have. Learn to ask for help and reach out to people with experience. 
  • [32:58] Joining a syndication mentoring club by Russell Gray and Robert Helms. Asking for help strengthens the relationship.
  • [36:49] The various niches and specializations of the people included in their syndication group.
  • [41:17] There are different ways to get into a syndication, you can either have money or bring your skillset.
  • [43:53] 90 days wealth empowerment coaching journey for women by Alison Brown.
  • [46:25] Doing a 21-day gratitude challenge can impact and train the brain to move in the right direction.
  • [48:24] Psycho-Cybernetics: Updated and Expanded by Maxwell Maltz.
  • [49:11] How can you train your brain to start thinking in a problem solving, curious mindset?
  • [51:07] Alison’s favorite quote is the Proverb 31 woman in the Bible. 


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Oct 19 2020 · 53mins
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Alison Brown | Banjo Studio Podcast Episode 6

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This week we talk with master 5 string banjoist and Compass Records founder Alison Brown. Is this interview we talk with Alison about the development of the Deering Julia Belle banjo, how she made the jump from the business world to becoming a full time professional musician, how she balances being an artist and CFO of a successful record company, and much more. 

May 03 2020 · 31mins
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Alison Brown

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Banjoist and record label head Alison Brown speaks with host Tom Power from her studio at Compass Records headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee. They begin with her early records made with Stuart Duncan, "finding her people," and winning the Canadian National Banjo Championship (as an American).

Brown then headed to Harvard, and playing banjo became "something you'd talk about at cocktail parties." She describes the moment she decided to leave investment banking and commit to music full time, her cocktail napkin dream, and playing with Alison Krauss, Indigo Girls, and Michelle Shocked.

Power and Brown talk women in bluegrass, women in banjo, and the First Ladies of Bluegrass. The story they dive into together is ultimately about figuring out what makes you happy, and pursuing it bravely, against all odds.

Apr 30 2020 · 1hr 8mins
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Episode 32: It Takes a Village: Developing Inclusion Coaches, with Alison Brown and Juliette Francis

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As president and CEO of the Science Museum of Minnesota, Alison Rempel Brown leads an organization that is firmly committed to science education and equity. Under Alison’s leadership, the Science Museum has adopted a new strategic plan designed to transform the organization into a resource that captures the power and talent of all people – especially women and people of color – so they see themselves as scientists. New programs, like 2018’s Year of the Engineer and the ongoing Water Planet initiative, leverage the Science Museum’s relationships and rich assets. And the adoption of a brand new Statement on Equity and Inclusion captures the museum’s vision to use STEM as a tool to advocate for justice and equity, acknowledging that significant change must start from within. Alison was named one of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal’s People to Watch in 2017, and she received the publication’s Women in Business Award.

Alison came to the Science Museum from the California Academy of Sciences, where she oversaw infrastructure and operations and helped lead the organization through the construction and opening of a spectacular new facility in Golden Gate Park. She is a graduate of Pomona College and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Juliette Francis joined the Science Museum’s senior leadership team in November 2013. She brings experience in employee relations, workforce planning, compensation and benefit management, and training and development to her position overseeing the museum’s service to both its paid staff and its expansive volunteer corps.

Juliette comes to the Science Museum from College Possible, a national nonprofit headquartered in Saint Paul that provides low-income students with an intensive curriculum of coaching and support to help them earn college admission and college degrees. As Director of Human Resources and Operations, Juliette oversaw the organization’s HR, new site operations, and technology functions. Her professional experience also includes human resources work at Girls Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys and Fury Motors.

Juliette has a bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Development from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. She has been actively involved in the Saint Paul Winter Carnival for more than 13 years, and she sits on the Business Programs Advisory Board at Inver Hills Community College.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:
  • Alison discusses the history of the Science Museum of Minnesota, and its purpose and goal to empower and educate the community
  • Alison describes her vision for the museum and shares her commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion work
  • Alison shares how eye-opening statistics from an employee culture survey helped her realize the importance of intentionally focusing on internal work
  • Juliette shares the steps the Science Museum of Minnesota has taken to support individual cultural competence growth in its employees
  • Juliette describes the cultural competence coaching program that the Science Museum has developed internally to support its employees
  • Alison shares how the Museum works to bring everyone into their cultural competence processes and continue to improve their program
  • Juliette shares the Museum’s success, and she explains why the Museum intentionally avoided pairing employees with coaches with whom they had a reporting relationship
  • Alison explains why CEOs need to focus on working on their own cultural competence to most effectively lead the organization’s efforts
  • Alison describes the Science Museum’s “RACE: Are We So Different?” exhibit and its traveling component
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Jan 22 2020 · 35mins
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Uncovering “It’s All About the Money, Honey” with Alison Brown

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Writer Alison Brown takes Taylor behind the storylines of the episode that turned Kelsey into the youngest ex-publisher in the game.

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Aug 22 2019 · 24mins