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Karlosophies - Stories Behind Success

It's so easy to fall into comparisonitis as an entrepreneur… and in Karly's life long journey through entrepreneurship she has come to understand that, regardless of your level of success, fame or fortune, we all suffer from the same stories of fear, struggle and failure at times. The aim of this podcast is to eliminate the separation between ourselves and success. To know that it's possible and a reality for all of us. And to lower the guru guard and see what really lies underneath. Guests range from newbies (those who have launched their first ever event, product or service) to seasoned professionals who have done it all and seemingly have it all. It's chock a block full of inspiring stories, business tips and takeaways to implement into your life for positive change.
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May 16, 2016

Feeling outrageously content in life for the first time at 41 despite a lifetime of what looks like awesome achievements (successful entrepreneur, CEO, multiple degrees, awards and accolades), Kirsten Roberts, Chief Rockstar at Radical Life helps women build wildly fulfilling businesses, learn the art of crazy self-love and live with uproarious laughter every day.  She gives them the confidence and the knowledge they need to uncover their true brilliance and create a business and life filled with joy, balance and abundant rewards.

Kirsten lives by the beach in Australia with her husband Stu and her 3 gorgeous kids Toby, Indi and Mac who are all on the autism spectrum.  She shares her journey with a view to to becoming the most trusted resource for women who are ready to quit settling for "less than awesome" in their business dreams, and say “I want more”.

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