As an entrepreneur, I can attest to the fact that it takes something greater than me to push forward and grow my business. I need to dig deeper and go beyond the surface of my being and truly tap into the value I can bring to the world. My guest this week on my podcast, P.B. & Style is someone who truly brings calm to her surroundings and has the spiritual depth to pull out an encouraging word when all seems lost.
Katrina Lokko is a Magazine Editor, Television Talk Show Host, Radio Show Host, Speaker, Author and Consultant. She is also my friend. When I decided I wanted to do a podcast, I had to think about who I would want to interview and she was definitely at the top of the list. Over the years I have watched her hustle and build her business, quietly survey a room, and speak profound words to those around her.
During our time together in this interview, she dropped some serious knowledge and it would behoove you to pay close attention. She spoke of “Asset and Liabilities” in a way that evokes deep thought. She speaks of a “Fake Existence” and how we should be careful to avoid it, and if that weren’t enough, she mentions a spiritual concept she and I share that guides our paths and makes us much stronger business owners (and quite frankly, better human beings).
This podcast was truly a treat for me and I know you will find yourself having ultra clear, ultra bright light bulb moments while you listen…
Enjoy my interview with Mrs. Katrina Lokko of (her new television show): “Bold & Unique Living with Katrina Lokko”
Be sure to click the links on the podcast page. It’s where you’ll find links to Katrin’a website, television information, and the book references she mentions during our interview.
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