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100th Episode Special: Legacy Building and Audience Understanding

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Building a legacy by serving others is a journey marked by milestones. On this journey to helping our audience increase their conscience, presence, and influence, we’re celebrating our 100th episode by discussing the topic of legacy with three influential leaders. Join Laura as she shares the mic with consultant Michael Houlihan, social innovator Janet Salazar, and cleantech expert Diana Yousef. Listen in as they explore the intricacies of helping audiences understand their message, the challenges they faced when communicating their mission, and how they are focusing on refining and building momentum for the future.  


Here are a few things you’ll learn during this conversation:

  • How to help your audience understand the value of the problem
  • The role of gender, politics, and leadership in legacy building
  • How to make conversations between leaders more meaningful and intimate
  • Why future generations will be voting with their time, not their money
  • The impact of mentorship on communication and growth


About Michael Houlihan:


Michael Houlihan is the founder of barefoot wines, America's number one wine brand, and the coauthor of the New York Times bestseller, The Barefoot Spirit. He's a consultant, a workshop leader, a speaker, and co-author of weekly blogs at thebarefootspirit.com and www.consumerbrandbuilders.com.


You can download a free chapter of Michael’s book at www.thebarefootspirit.com/freebook


About Janet Salazar:


Janet C. Salazar is a social innovator, human potential activist, serial entrepreneur, speaker, writer, humanitarian, and a global leadership strategist. Her fascination and energy are focused on the intersection and convergence of leadership, innovation, investment, partnerships, inclusion, and philanthropy for equitable economies and social good. 


You can connect with Janet in the following ways:





About Diana Yousef:


Diana Yousef, PhD, MBA is founder and CEO of change:WATER Labs, a mission-driven cleantech venture creating disruptive technologies to expand access to clean water and safe sanitation, especially in under-resourced and vulnerable communities. Dr. Yousef founded cWL in 2015 based on inspiration she took from her work with NASA on wastewater treatment solutions for the International Space Station, the ultimate off-grid situation. In addition to her work with NASA, Dr. Yousef is a trained protein biochemist, a former McKinsey consultant, and biotech-cleantech VC, and has worked at the WorldBank/IFC and UNDP to promote innovative technologies and business models to alleviate poverty and promote sustainability. She holds degrees in Biology from Harvard (BA) and Cornell (PhD), and an MBA and MA in International Affairs (Columbia). She is one of the Cartier Women's Initiative Awardees, an Inventor-Ambassador for the AAAS/Lemelson Foundation, and a former advisor to the NASA-USAID Launch Accelerator and to the TED Fellows Program. Her team's work has been recognized as one of Fast Company's 2019 World Changing Ideas and she was invited by the Turkish Government to speak on their work at the 2019 UN Climate Summit.


You can connect with Diana at www.change-water.com


To learn more about Dr. Laura Sicola and how mastering influence can impact your success go to https://www.speakingtoinfluence.com/quickstart and download the quick start guide for mastering the three C’s of influence.


You can connect with Laura in the following ways:


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlaurasicola

LinkedIn Business Page: 


Facebook: Vocal Impact Productions

@Laura Sicola 


Instagram: @VocalImpactProductions

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