Welcome to another episode of our Back to Life Podcast: Finding Fulfillment After 50. If you're like me, you've probably said to yourself more than once, “ I wish I could just find my purpose”. Well, if you're interested in your purpose, you should make the time to listen to this podcast! I was introduced to Laurie Saitz by a friend of mine and when we first connected for just a brief call, I thought, “Oh my gosh, I’ve got to get her on the podcast!” In this episode: We dig right away into the big question of purpose that sometimes feels overwhelming and daunting. Answering the questions of work-life balance, is it achievable? How to turn “I’m fine” into “I’m fantastic” Her trilogy for success, three things that are vital for us as we move through transitions in our life and live more into our purpose and more into things that bring us joy. I think you are really going to enjoy this episode as we put legs to the idea of life’s purpose. Listen in and let me know what your thoughts are by leaving a comment or a review.
Bridge the Gap Podcast Connecting Business Perspectives
Lori Saitz is the CEO of Zen Rabbit and host of the podcast “FINE is a 4-Letter Word.” She’s a nationally recognized expert in using gratitude and meditation for business success. Entrepreneurial professionals hire her to help them achieve their goals faster – without working harder.Through her first business, Lori introduced the world to The Gratitude Cookie and built what looked like a million-dollar business. In reality, she ignored a key growth factor and ended up frustrated, in debt, and ashamed. She’s now evolved that experience into creating tools for moving from that place where you say everything’s fine – but it’s really not! – to fantastic. When she's not working, you can find Lori in the weight room at the gym, because she also loves baking and eating. Check out the brand new FINE is a 4-Letter Word podcast!!! Available on Apple podcasts at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fine-is-a-4-letter-word/id1566596312See more about the customized gratitude meditations at http://customizedmeditation.com/ or the Fine to Fantastic program at https://zenrabbit.com/ Connect with Lori on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorisaitz/Your hosts: Colton Cockerell & Trisha StetzelClick for more about your hosts:Colton CockerellTrisha StetzelMore fun and interviews on our FB page!https://www.facebook.com/bridgethegapinterviews
Lori Saitz : Zen Rabbit CEO and Purposeful Transformation Guide
Lori Saitz loves sharing the power of gratitude and meditation with entrepreneurial professionals who hire her to help them boost business success and achieve life goals faster – without working harder. She is the CEO of Zen Rabbit and host of the podcast “FINE is a 4-Letter Word.” Lori’s first business was a baking company, through which she introduced the world to The Gratitude Cookie. A nationally recognized expert in using gratitude in business, she’s evolved that knowledge into creating customized gratitude meditations to help clients effectively combat "puppy mind" and manifest more good stuff in less time. She asserts that “being good at” meditation does not require hours a day sitting cross-legged on a mat or the ability to clear your mind of all thoughts. When she's not working, you can find Lori in the weight room at the gym, because she also loves baking and eating. See more about the customized gratitude meditations at http://customizedmeditation.com/ Connect with her on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorisaitz/ Zen Rabbit 561.889.8195 Want to bring more good stuff into your life faster? Check out http://customizedmeditation.com/ Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorisaitz What would you do to make a bigger impact in the world? Melahni Qualls Ake Founder of Everyday Leaders and husband Joe Ake, Founder of Joe Ake Studios Productions Together they created Everyday Leaders 50in50 Podcast Melahni is a passionate professional and personal development leadership coach, trainer and keynote speaker and has been certified through John Maxwell since March 2017 and the WHY Institute since 2020. John's book the 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth have been the biggest influence in Melahni's personal growth journey and helped her to realize the power of her own story, the value of influence in the world and the steps to create a legacy in the world. She believes that everyone has a story to share and that by challenging your beliefs you can get clear with your life and find better ways to make a bigger impact to change the world. Connect to Melahni directly for DISCOVER YOUR WHY NOW https://www.everydayleaders.com/events Personal and Professional Leadership Development Strategic Branding Consulting Personal and Professional Coaching Corporate Workshops KeyNotes Speaking https://www.everydayleaders.com www.facebook.com/groups/everydayleaderswithmelahniake/ email@example.com linkedin.com/in/melahni-ake-everydayleaders Connect to Joe Ake: Joe Ake Studios Productions Media Consulting (Film, Audio, Video) Podcast Production Media Production firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/groups/joeakestuidos/ Join us to Discover Your Beliefs Create Your Branded Message Change The World #everydayleaderschangetheworld Follow all of the Everyday Leaders at Subscribe to the Everyday Leaders You Tube Channel. https://www.youtube.com/user/melahniake https://www.everydayleaders.com #everydayleaderschangetheworld
Introduction to Fine is a 4-Letter Word with Lori Saitz
FINE is a 4-Letter Word
Today everything's fine. It's just fine. That's the problem. You don't really feel like you have anything to complain about. Lots of people might even envy what you have, but you're feeling this deep undercurrent of suck like there must be something more.In this introductory episode Lori talks about:Who this podcast is for and inspiring Gen-X Women.Living our best life with confidence and finding purpose.How the highs and lows teach us self discovery and courage.What it's like to think to yourself there must be something wrong with me.You can find out more at https://zenrabbit.com/.
EP #998: Setting a GPS for Your Mind with Lori Saitz
Lisa is joined by Lori Saitz, founder of Zen Rabbit. Lori takes your personal experiences, memories, and stories and creates customized meditations! Why custom meditations? Lori says, "When the directions are simply "think of a time when..." Or "picture yourself in your ideal situation..." Your brain doesn't have enough specific direction and tends to start serving up all kinds of thoughts and worries. You're quickly off task and not getting any of the benefits of visualizing what you really want."A custom-created meditation solves that problem because the experiences, events, feelings, and future desires are yours. Your brain is hearing, remembering, and visualizing exactly what you want it to picture. Your mind is not trying to conjure up images. It's being told precisely what to think about-in your own words.
Reaching Goals Faster Through Meditation feat. Lori Saitz
Join the free Profession With Purpose Community on Facebook at facebook.com/groups/professionwithpurposeLeave us a 5-star review at RateThisPodcast.com/rebaseIn this episode you’ll hear my conversation with Lori Saitz, a lifelong student of meditation who has discovered a somewhat unconventional way to fast-track the achievement of any goal. Listen in to learn about how a regular practice of gratitude, specifically one customized to your own life & experiences, can rewire your brain to recognize new opportunities and actually attract to you the resources & solutions you need to succeed in achieving your goals.Links & Resources:Connect with Lori on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorisaitz/Like her company on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ZenRabbitFollow on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/zen_rabbit/Get your free Custom Gratitude Meditation at https://customizedmeditation.com
Ep0118 "Networking for Introverts" - with Lori Saitz
Self Talk Radio Show
Tongue tied at networking meetings? You know they help build up your business or career, but how do you strike up meaningful conversations? My next guest overcame shyness and learned how to network effectively to find clients and referrals. Please welcome Lori Saitz to STRS In 2003, she launched Zen Rabbit Baking Company and introduced the world to The Gratitude Cookie. In order to build that company, she had to overcome her hesitancy to talk to strangers, and learn how to network effectively to find clients and referral sources. Today, Lori works with entrepreneurial professionals to help them build the most important asset anyone can have in business. That’s your network of connections. This often looks like help with effective networking and client appreciation strategies. Her insight comes from more than 25 years of experience in marketing and communications. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
006: Networking in "this time of weirdness" with Lori Saitz
Networking strategist Lori Saitz helps professionals comfortably build relationships that serve your business, so you can serve the world. This conversation will have you thinking about…What does it really mean to network? Is it about sales? If not, what is it really about?Why are so many of us bad at it?Three steps to effective networking - including the most important step you can take during "this time of weirdness.”Connect with Lori on LinkedIn @lorisaitz, Facebook & Twitter @zenrabbit, Instagram @zen_rabbit or visit her website https://zenrabbit.com/--Enjoyed listening to Jen? Find her on the following shows during the off season:Holding Down the Fort Podcast https://holdingdownthefortpodcast.com/The Filipino American Woman Project http://tfawproject.com/The Thoughtful Entrepreneur (starting at ep. 500) https://upmyinfluence.com/podcast/500-new-year-new-show-with-josh-elledge-and-jen-amos/For more updates on Jen, visit http://jenamoscreates.com/
Lori Saitz - Building Relationships the Right Way, Fam
The Hot Mic @ Arch DevOps
On today's episode, Lori Saitz, Founder of Zen Rabbit and I talk about how she started her business (which is a pretty cool story and has nothing to do with rabbits at all) but also about how transitioning from being an introvert to an extrovert might not even be accurate! I learned so much from this episode today, and Lori brought all her skills in the areas of relationship building, networking and connecting with the right people. Find out more about Lori at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorisaitz/ https://zenrabbit.com/confidentconnections ...and enjoy the listen. --- 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
030: Lori Saitz: How to Dominate at Networking Events
The Audience Converter Podcast for Community Leaders
In this episode, Kimberly Weitkamp and Lori Saitz discuss: From a shy childhood to networking strategy coachThe Art of Making ConnectionsHow to go from room full of people to 1-to-1The mistaken perception of networking Key takeaways: The first thing to do before you go to a networking eventThe “sideways smile” approachReframe of networking to making new friendsThe communication vs connection platforms approachThe difference between in-person and social “connections”Most awful question to ask at a networking eventThe real “success” metric at a networking eventDiscover the “matchmaker” at events “There are so many more substantial questions to ask to get into a substantial conversation than [What do you do?]” Lori Saitz Connect with Lori Grab a copy of How to Feel More Confident, Comfortable and Courageous at Networking Events http://zenrabbitbook.com/ Networking Meditation: http://zenrabbit.com/meditation Website: http://zenrabbit.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorisaitz/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZenRabbit/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/zenrabbit YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ZenRabbitVideo Connect with Kimberly The Audience Converter Twitter: @k_weitkamp and @audienceconvert Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/audienceconverter