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Show #34- Strategies for Breakthrough Living!!!

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1st Guest: Jim Akers, Founder / CEO 

jimdakers.com & impactfulnotes.com

Jim is the founder of Impactful Notes and is dedicated to helping people pursue their potential, achieve their dreams, and have more impact on the people they love and lead.

Jim earned his Bachelor’s degree from Washington State University, an M.B.A. from Pepperdine University, and a Certificate of Advance Management from Stanford University. Jim has won numerous sales and leadership awards and was named V.P. of Sales for a $500MM distribution company at the age of 29.

After 25 years in senior corporate leadership, Jim crossed “retire by the age of 55” off the dream list he constructed when he was in college and turned his full attention to coaching people towards their potential.

2nd Guest: Jessica Rumbaugh­Gouthro, Fitness & Nutrition Expert.

www.jessicarumbaugh.com

Jessica Rumbaugh-Gouthro is a Fitness & Nutrition expert with over 10 years of experience in training and helping people find the balance they need to maintain fitness 365 days a year and have fun doing it. She and her husband Brad Gouthro work together on an online fitness community called Team Live Lean where members are offered delicious healthy recipes, videos, and workouts with a sense of community and accountability towards their goals. They also produce fitness & nutrition videos for free every week on their YouTube channel Live Lean TV.

3rd Guest: Dr. Doni Wilson (“Dr. Doni”), Author & Award-Winning Naturopathic Doctor and Nutritionist.

www.Doctordoni.com

Dr. Donielle (Doni) Wilson, a nationally celebrated naturopathic doctor, teaches women, men and children how to make life-changing differences to improve their health using natural approaches. 

 

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