Workshops, trainings, and speaking in Missoula, MT on topics that will improve how you work in your business.
My talks inspire audiences and leave them with viable, actionable strategies for change. Topics I speak on range from ‘Managing Your MIND,’ proactive resilience, and mastering your money mindset, to the 5 most common traps faced by entrepreneurs and small business owners. All talks can be custom tailored to your unique needs: check out the options below.
#1 Effective Time Management
This talk helps entrepreneurs and business owners develop strategies to stay focused and efficient through stress and distraction. I share the latest research offering evidence that multi-tasking makes us prone to mistakes and inefficiency, and share methods such as blocking time, prioritizing tasks, and reducing noise. Improving your time management in the workplace will result in unfragmented attention, increased productivity, and space for greater creativity.
#2 Proactive Resilience for Thriving Business
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. I challenge listeners to budget time for self-care and balance- doing so pays dividends in the long run by preventing exhaustion, absenteeism, and presenteeism, which cost US companies more than $50 billion per year.
#3 Reduce Busyness and Achieve More
Working more isn’t always better, contrary to popular workplace culture. Research shows that downtime is vitally important to creativity, energy, and happiness. This talk will inspire you to allow time for rest in order to recharge mentally and achieve greater success in business and life.
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Fulfilled Podcast – Shawna Dingman
A podcast for women who want a pediatric and pregnancy focused practice.
Many women entrepreneurs have serious issues with charging what we’re worth (hello! This is me!!) Geraldine Carter and I had a great conversation around practical strategies to understanding why we do this and how to elevate our worth in business. We had a great chat about healthy money attitudes in general to kick off this “May is Money Month” series. Enjoy the episode!
Geraldine Carter of FOCUSED Business Coaching chats with me on this episode of the Fulfilled Podcast. Our biggest subject was around our challenges charging what we’re worth. She gives some AMAZING insights and strategies for making sure we have healthy thoughts around what we charge and what we’re worth.
The Connected Yoga Teacher – Shannon Shilbe Crow
On part 2 of our 4-part Money Mindset Mini-series, Business Coach Geraldine Carter, founder of Focused Business Coaching, asks you to reflect to uncover your “money story”. Your money story comprises of messages you were given about money growing up, the emotions that arise when working through your finances, your comfort level around setting rates and much more.
Your story can manifest itself as money hang-ups such as avoiding financial matters, being paralyzed by anxiety when making business decisions, or believing that you’re unworthy of being paid for your services.
Information, inspiration and a supportive community for yoga entrepreneurs.
Speaking Your Brand – Carol Cox
Create Your Signature Talk to Create Your Business, Brand, & Influence
Business can be a vehicle for social impact and positive change. But, oftentimes, entrepreneurs who see themselves as changemakers can get tripped up with money blocks, trusting their idea, and figuring out how to turn their idea into tangible growth.
That’s where my guest Geraldine Carter comes in. As co-founder of Climate Ride, she grew the organization from an idea to a seven-figure budget and she now coaches changemaking entrepreneurs. She was even mentioned (by name!) by Seth Godin in one of his TED talks.
In this episode, Geraldine and I discuss her background and early adventures traveling the world, the impetus for creating Climate Ride, the struggles she sees change-making entrepreneurs go through, and much more.
My Biz Bestie – Amber Hawley and Maelisa Hall
On this episode of My Biz Bestie, Maelisa and Amber welcome Biz Besties, Jeannine Widmann, and Geraldine Carter. These independent women found each other at a networking event in their small town in Montana. When they realized that they served the same market as business coaches they made the conscious decision to see how collaboration works for them in their industry. Jeannine coaches women leaders and business owners by helping them increase their confidence and teaching them to own their worth. Geraldine Carter coaches early-stage small business owners focus on the nuts and bolts of building their businesses. Listen to this episode to hear Jeannine and Geraldine describe how they have chosen to make collaboration work for them.