Lisa Orkin or Dorkin Orkin, as some call her (probably, herself) has been mixing comedy, story, and marketing for over 20 years. She has created award winning commercials with the Radio Ranch and award winning Indie films with the likes of Adam Mckay and Shira Piven. She’s a comedian, actor, writer, podcaster, audio director and a veteran solo artist, and storyteller.
Lisa has lots of crazy good ideas and she can write comedy dialogue like no one’s business, has a special super power to tell a story with a beginning, middle and end in under 60 seconds (check out her instagram feed), is a snazzy dresser and has a tailless cat named Violet. But she’s not superhuman after all. She admits she’s a terrible smoothie maker, can’t draw, organize a drawer or park and drive like a grandma. She hates spreadsheets and coloring in the lines.
She can be present at your luncheon, yoga studio, living room or little or big business conference to tell you funny stories, teach you how to use comedy in marketing, how to get comfy on camera, in public or on a date. She has done all these things quite a bunch and like it and they like her and she has been known to bring special guests.
She’s having a career change and not sure how it will go, but it will definitely involve doing comedy and having women’s parties across America. Where mixture of laughter, cries, sharing and learning to take leaps. She has this awesome idea of mixing comedy and helping people brainstorm creative ideas for marketing and branding and anything streaming.
Karly comes in from her home in Northern New South Wales, Australia with another free flow, real and raw take on life and business. In this Free Free Convo Karly explores the 24 hours after her new podcast, Keeping Good Company, launched and hit No.1 in iTunes. She speaks of the highs and lows of success... and how to be kinder to yourself, wherever you are in your journey. You can join Karly's Facebook community at karlynimmo.com/tribe
Using her degree in Visual Communications, Kathy Wong initially made her mark in the field of design branding, marketing and publications.
After retiring for ten years, she became a social entrepreneur - making a difference to poverty stricken children through her business Moeloco, which means “dream crazy”. Moeloco designs and manufactures rubber flip flops that leave positive messages in the sand like “I am Peace”, “Because I’m Happy”, and “Be Grateful”. For every pair of flip flops sold, Moeloco donates a pair of canvas shoes to a child in need - protecting them from injury and illness, and allowing them to attend school.
Kathy’s vision for a “dream crazy” world is one where profits from product sales are used to give back to the community, and help those who really need it.
You can connect with Kathy and grab your own pair of flip flops at https://www.moeloco.com
In this free flow convo, Karly hits the beach and shares her thoughts on what she's truly afraid of. And guess what? It's a fear most of us suffer from... The fear of rejection.
Karly brings us another free flow convo from beautiful Northern New South Wales, Australia - a real, raw and unscripted take on life, business and what really matters.
A 9 -Time World Karate Champion, NLP Trainer and Life Coach, Hayley Carr is in the business of happiness. Her mission is to provide inspirational, actionable and deeply transformational coaching, education, and resources which guide motivated, passionate leaders to live their best life, lead with love, become self-actualised, fulfil their potential, and make a positive difference to the the world around them. She believes in the power of flow and fun for sustainable, joy-filled success. Always with a cup of tea in hand, you'll find this Aussie at www.hayleycarr.tv where she shares thought-provoking and helpful free coaching every week on Bold living, Fierce Love, & Vibrant Leadership through her online show, Hayley Carr TV.
Karly comes in from gorgeous Northern New South Wales, Australia with real, raw and unscripted thoughts on life and business.
Fiona Killackey is a business consultant and coach, freelance writer and founder of My Daily Business Coach, an online portable for people wanting to start and grow a creative small business. She lives in a little log cabin on the outskirts of Melbourne with her 4yo son, Levi and husband, Jerome (and dog, Kashi). Fiona works mainly with creative small business owners to manage, organize and grow their businesses. Prior to working for herself she was Head of Marketing at Country Road Group (MIMCO) and, before that, worked at digital agencies as well as Amazon UK, Audible UK and Open University (MBA Program). She has also been a published writer since 2002 for publications including Cool Hunting, The Age, The Design Files, Russh, CLEO, Flux, Soma, Refinery29, The National Newspaper, Shift Japan and many others. She also guest lectures on marketing for RMIT, JMC Academy and General Assembly.
You can connect with Fiona at http://www.mydailybusinesscoach.com/
Karly comes in from beautiful Northern New South Wales with a no filter, no bull, no script take on life and business.
Jody Vassallo trained as a Home Economist and has been working as a recipe writer and food stylist for the past 22 years. She has collaborated with many leaders in the food industry, including Bill Granger, Jamie Oliver (a ten year partnership!) and Donna Hay. Her work has been published in The New York Times, Sainsbury’s magazine, Gourmet Traveller, Mind Food and donna hay magazine; she has worked at Murdoch Books, published for Marie Claire Style, and created books for French publisher Hachette Livre.
In 2002 she started her own publishing company, Fortiori, to create recipes for people with specific dietary requirements like diabetes, coeliac disease and allergies. In 2003, her Fortiori Nutrition for Life series won the Gourmand World Food Media Award for Best Nutrition Series and in 2014, her book Beautiful Food won the award for Best Nutrition and Health Cookbook (Australia).
Jody graduated from Institute of Integrative Nutrition as Health Coach in 2014 and now runs a successful online health coaching business where she works with women on a range of health issues. Using her extensive knowledge of food medicine she has had great success with clients suffering from depression, anxiety, insomnia, endometriosis, coeliac disease diabetes and weight related conditions.
Jody also teaches regular yoga classes in Bangalow and owns a wellness retreats business called Rising Collective which runs retreats in Australia, Bali and Europe. Her 2016 event with Dr Libby Weaver, Balancing the Busy, was attended by over 200 local women.
You can connect with Jody at http://jodyvassallo.com/
Karly brings us another real and raw free flow conversation about life and business.
This week Karly flips things around and gets her very first ever Karlosophies guest (and best friend), Lisa Corduff, to come and put her on the hot seat.
Karly comes in from beautiful Northern New South Wales, Australia with another free flow convo – real and raw talk about life and business.
Tracy O’Meara Smith is a Holistic Health Practitioner, treating out of her garden clinic in Hills East of Perth. If she's not working or writing you’ll find her in the garden with her family, or in the bush soaking up the awesome flowery vibes.
Tracy uses a combination of natural therapies such as Bowen, Emmett and Flower Essence Therapy helping women gain the peace, relief and new perspective they crave.
Tracy works 1:1 with women, online and in her clinic, who suffer from chronic pain, insomnia, hormonal issues, and anxiety. Having two daughters of her own, she is unapologetically human, and through her own complex journey, she is sincerely motivated to leave this world a better woman and a better place.
You can connect with Tracy at www.silverdale.com.au
In this episode, Karly comes in from Northern NSW, Australia to talk life and business - totally raw, honest and unscripted.
Since 2005 Allison Davies has been running a private practice in both clinical and community settings in the areas of early childhood intervention, special educational needs, autism spectrum disorder, juvenile detention, youth engagement, mental health, aged care, palliative care, dementia care, perinatal care and speech-rehabilitation.
Oh My Musical Goodness was born in 2007 as a complimentary platform for this practice. A way of bringing education and resources to caregivers, and helping parents and teachers understand their children’s neural, emotional and sensory needs.
A rich diversity in client cultural background, gender identity, therapeutic need and age (ranging from pre-birth to 107!) is making for an exciting and fulfilling journey!
You can connect with Allison at http://www.ohmymusicalgoodness.com
Karly comes in from Northern New South Wales with some unscripted, no-holds-barred thoughts on life and business.
Kristie is a Positive Psychology, Success and Business Coach who helps women to step up and thrive in life and business. She also has a water business and is just about to start a new business as well.
Kristie has a vision to empower 10,000 women by the end of 2017 to work in their zone of genius, monetise their message and master their success.
Kristie does this through 8 week online Masterminds, 4 day Bali Masterminds and online programs such as her Journaling For Success and Alignment programs.
She is currently travelling the world - living in Bali at the moment to expand her reach globally and make a big impact.
Kristie talks alot about Zone of Genius, Alignment, forming and Unstoppable Mindset, Masteirng Your Success, Monetising Your Message, Flow, Fulfillment, Setting up and Energised Business Model.
Before 2012 Kristie lives a life of self destruction and confusion. Like most people, she went to University and got a 'good' job however she quickly realised how unfufilled she was. Kristie suppressed alot of the pain through overconsuming alcohol, damaging her body with food and substances, was in a toxic relationship and did not have alot of self love for herself.
After a 2 minute conversation her life completely changed and she went on a journey of growth in all areas - spirituality, business, finance, health, relationships etc.
Today Kristie inspires others with her message to help others be able to take what they love and whats within them and unleash it into the world in a powerful way.
You can connect with Kristie using the links below:
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Influential-Women-1725408161115311/?fref=ts
Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1193002477384408/
Karly comes in from Northern NSW with more raw, unscripted truth bombs about life and business.
Jo Murphy is Karly's right hand woman at the Radcasters Podcasting School and the Karlosophies podcast, a former academic, and a digital jack (a digital Jo?) of all trades with a special interest in social media and copywriting.
She likes vegan food, caffeine, politics, New York, bad horror films, and asking Google for life advice. She dislikes the tiny "occupation" box on outgoing passenger cards.
You can connect with Jo in Karly's Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/karlynimmo/
Or you can shoot her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Karly comes in from beautiful Northern New South Wales, Australia with another free flow convo - real and raw talk about life and business.
To connect with Rebekah, visit http://rebekahallan.com/
In this episode, Karly comes in from Northern New South Wales, Australia to talk about life and business.
You can check out Karly's community, Show Up Speak Up here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/karlynimmo/
Her obsession for podcasting got her a job working with Libsyn, the leading podcast host and distribution network created in 2004.
She's been there since 2007 and has had the pleasure of working with hundreds of podcasters, sharing tools for better production, educating them in the fast moving podcasting space, as well as cultivating a strongly engaged community through The Feed: The Official Libsyn podcast which she both co-hosts and produces. The Feed’s sole focus is keeping people podcasting.
She also co-runs the largest community for women in podcasting with a corresponding podcast (of course) called She Podcasts.
Their sole mission is to empower women to continue to share their voices while creating a safe community of podcasting education and support.
In short: she's a die-hard podcast junkie who lives, breathes and works the medium, and has since 2006.
She has pulsed with the space and grown from someone that had NO IDEA what a digital recorder was or how to record anything to someone that currently offers advice to thousands of people a month.
She knows the heart and soul of podcasters and podcasting well beyond iTunes and public media. She has the unique perspective and expertise of a podcast listener, independent podcast producer, and podcasting industry analyst/personality.
You can connect with Elsie here: http://elsieescobar.com
And check out the She Podcasts community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/shepodcasts/