Go big or go bigger — dauntless entrepreneurship with Veronica Kirin
In our pandemic world where work is digital, people are stretched, and job security feels like a thing of the past, entrepreneurship is exploding. In a world of tech-lords and big business, we are seeing the rise of a new kind of “nation-state,” — billionaires. How do entrepreneurs, solopreneurs and small businesses navigate a world where some people have more capital and clout than some countries? How do entrepreneurs remain dauntless and pursue dreams of both income and impact? Advisor, speaker, Forbes NEXT 1000, BEQ's LGBTQ Leaders under 40 and storyteller, Veronica Kirin talks about paradigm shifts and ultimately building a business with heart, that stands the test of time.
Makes the Socks Go Up and Down (Feat. Veronica Kirin)
The Watch Your Mouth Podcast
This week on the pod, Milo and Dave have author, podcaster, and Ted Talker Veronica Kirin on to share the history of this chiropodic phrase! Along the way they learn about German dads, fabric technology, and new sock religions.
It's been a little bit since the last time I talked with Veronica Kirin, and last time I had her on a different podcast she had just finished up her project called Stories of Elders, where she interviewed the older generation to find out what life was like for them. Giving them a chance to look back and providing a story for people to look forward to was a monumental project. Now, with COVID being the most notable thing happening in most of our lifetimes, a new project called Stories of COVID, where people share their stories about what life was like when the pandemic took hold. Socially distant, of course. Stories of COVID is set to go live soon and you can find it at storiesofcovid.co, and you can sign up to share your story as well. Also find her at veronicakirin.com and all over social, and check out her podcast creation course linked in the show notes (https://veronicakirin.teachable.com/courses/the-audacious-podcast-course/). Listen in at the end for the trailer for the Stories of COVID podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Challenging The Status Quo And Managing The Imposter Syndrome With Veronica Kirin
Beyond Your WHY
Our society has expectations for us. That is why so very often, we tend to put ourselves inside a box, hesitating to go beyond it and do what it is we really want to do. It is time to get outside of the box and challenge the status quo as Dr. Gary Sanchez sits down with anthropologist, author, and serial entrepreneur, Veronica Kirin, to tell us how. Facing the natural struggle of having an imposter syndrome whenever we try something new, Veronica offers her insights and advice on how we can manage it. She further breaks down some of the common reasons we find ourselves feeling in the wrong place and how to overcome it. Veronica also taps into defining our identity, the choices we have to shape it, and the roadmap it provides to our lives. What is more, she then takes us into her award-winning book, Stories of Elders, an anthropological study about the paradigm shift of the high-tech revolution. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#761 Veronica Kirin - Audacious Entrepreneur Coaching
Veronica Kirin the CEO of Audacious Entrepreneur Coaching tells you how to scale any business with the Three Pillars of Business Scaling™ and why it's so necessary.You can check her out at https://VeronicaKirin.com/
Veronica Kirin (she/her/hers) is an Anthropologist, Author, and Board President for Stem Greenhouse. Her first business, a nonprofit corporation conducting disaster relief, was founded in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her latest work, Stories of COVID, is documenting the pandemic in real time for a book for future generations. We talk about “the pivot,” the tendency to panic-pivot, and avoiding over-pivoting. Our conversation also covers: Nonprofits rely heavily on private donors (how is that changing). What initiatives can nonprofits implement at this time to pivot their work? Do virtual fundraising galas work? How nonprofits mis-construe their status to hurt their revenue. We welcome support of the Nonprofit SnapCast via Patreon.We welcome your questions and feedback via The Nonprofit Snapshot website.
In this episode of OutBüro Voices featuring LGBTQ professionals, entrepreneurs, and community leaders from around the world, host Dennis Velco chats with Veronica Kirin, an and award-winning serial LGBT entrepreneur, anthropologist, and author Veronica is the creator of the Three Pillars of Business Scaling™ and is an Entrepreneur Coach certified by the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Her first book, Stories of Elders, documents the tech revolution through the stories of those that lived it. Her latest work, Stories of COVID™, is documenting the pandemic in real-time for a book for future generations. Veronica on OutBüro. >> https://www.outburo.com/profile/veronicakirin/ Entrepreneur Coaching Veronica Kirin has 15+ years of experience as a leader and implementer. Her career started with two terms in the National Civilian Community Corps, with whom she deployed across the nation performing disaster relief and humanitarian aid. She has since founded nonprofits, startups, and small businesses. She is regularly engaged as a Coach to advise early- to mid-stage businesses to scale their reach. She not only specializes in building new businesses from the ground up but also restructuring internal business systems for growth-oriented operational efficiency. Veronica has commanded all facets of brand strategy, business operations, web management, B2C and B2B marketing, business scaling, and entrepreneurial financial literacy, to place her as one of the top, sought-after coaches for growth-stage businesses. She speaks at conferences and events worldwide to shift the mindset of business leaders and give them the tools they need to scale. Stories of Elders America’s Greatest Generation has witnessed the onset of an incredible evolution of technology and social progress. From mere entertainment to life-changing advances, technology has changed the way we live, work, and identify. Sadly, with each passing year, fewer of members of the Greatest Generation are still alive to share their wisdom as the final generation to grow up before the digital revolution. Stories of Elders preserves the wisdom, thoughts, humor, knowledge, and advice of the people who make up one of America’s finest generations, including the Silent Generation. These fascinating people not only experienced rapid social and technological advancements but also devastation in their daily world. Major historical events like World War I, the Dust Bowl, the Great Depression, and World War II shaped their youth and molded their lives. The Greatest Generation saw the routine use of airplanes, cars, microwave ovens, telephones, radios, and the internet come to fruition in their lifetimes. Many spent portions of their lives without electricity, using kerosene lamps for light. Their childhoods were simple, relying on outdoors games and imagination for their fun. How they went to school, pursued their careers, and raised their kids was radically different compared to today. New generations, more than ever, look to the exciting future for guidance instead of the stories of our last living elders. By chronicling more than 8,000 years of life lived during the most transitional time in American history, Stories of Elders offers old-fashioned insight no other book can. Join me and Veronica on OutBüro, the LGBTQ professional and entrepreneur online community network for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, allies and our employers who support LGBTQ welcoming workplace equality focused benefits, policies, and business practices. https://www.OutBuro.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outburo/message
Veronica Kirin continues to give amazing insights to entrepreneurship and scaling in this Part 2 of her interview. Find out more about Veronica on her website. If you'd like to be a guest, please email me. Join the June 9-11 Stakeholder Workshop here.
Amazing value from Veronica Kirin on Queerpreneurship as well as starting and scaling a business. Part 1 gives so much, you won't want to miss part 2 dropping Thursday. Find out more about Veronica on her website. If you'd like to be a guest, please email me.
Veronica Kirin - Documenting History as We're Living It
The Hot Mic @ Arch DevOps
Got the chance to talk with Veronica Kirin recently, Founder of Audacious Entrepreneur Coaching. And although she helps entrepreneurs figure out how to wield their crazy new business that they're building, we actually talked about something totally different. Veronica's been traveling around (well, virtually now) documenting what it's like for people as we face the challenges that COVID-19 bring to us. She's done this previously by compiling books about The Greatest Generation and what life was like for them--a generation that quickly is fading out from age--so that valuable memories aren't lost to history. And now she's doing it for us, today. This is a deviation from the normal feel of the podcast but I couldn't pass up the opportunity. We're living in history right this second and these days will be stories for the next generations too. Find out more about Stories of COVID, and reach out to her on LinkedIn at https://linkedin.com/in/vmkirin or @vmkirin anywhere on the web. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/archdevops/support