Morning Coffee and Mimosas

Morning Coffee and Mimosas

Spend your Sunday morning having Coffee and Mimosas with this father-daughter duo. As leaders in business and passionate enthusiasts for life, Joe and Cristina dig into their life and business experiences from their two unique perspectives. Listen as this cross-generational pair banter over breakfast about Business and Life...with many laughs along the way. The perfect blend of fact and fun...coffee and mimosas!

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June 20, 2022 33 min

Happy Father’s Day! In this episode, we reminisce about the fatherly wisdom that has impacted and shaped our lives.

Join us for a trip down memory lane. We share our favorite family memories and lessons learned from the men we call dad.

If you’re a dad, a father figure, celebrating a dad, or missing a dad - today we are celebrating you!


#fathersday #family #memories #howtodecide #decisions #learntosayno #priority #personalproduct...

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In this part three of our creative problem-solving series, we tackle the potentially tricky task of implementing the solutions we so creatively crafted. Not taking action on a solution is a missed opportunity and a waste of time.

To accomplish the implementation step, there are questions you need to ask to make this successful. For example, do you have the right people in place? Do you have the resources? Is the timing right? How wi...

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A riddle, a dad joke, and solid content. That’s what you get in this thought-provoking episode.

Creative problem solving is one of the most valuable skills you can bring to any aspect of your life. Being able to think creatively will help you solve problems in a way that no one else has before. It has the potential to take what you thought was crushing defeat and turn that into spectacular new experiences.

In the second episode of t...

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Creative problem solving is one of the most valuable skills you can bring to any aspect of your life. Being able to think creatively will help you solve problems in a way that no one else has before. It has the potential to take what you thought was crushing defeat and turn that into spectacular new experiences.

This is the first in a series of episodes that will focus on Creative Problem Solving. Listen as we explore this topic and...

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With so many marketing channels to choose from, it can feel overwhelming when deciding which is best for your business. 

We struggle, like most do, to figure out what channels would work best to grow our podcast and how to best take advantage of these channels. 

In this episode, we take a journey through the various Marketing Channels available to promote our businesses and the things to consider as you decide where to invest your ti...

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Decision-making can be a complex process, but it doesn't have to be scary or confusing.

How do you make decisions? Do you have a process or do you shoot from the hip? If you’ve ever made a decision just to find yourself feeling regret or unease you aren’t alone.

In this episode, we talk through the most critical things you should be considering when making important decisions. We explore the two most important elements that m...

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May 9, 2022 25 min

People often take time to look back on their lives and think about what they have accomplished. But have you ever wondered what others feel and remember about you?

The legacy you leave behind are the stories, and feelings, that your friends, family, and colleagues tell and think about you. What do you want them to say? How do you want them to feel?

In this episode, we'll explore what legacy means, and why it’s important to reali...

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Understanding the difference between cause and effect is important when evaluating arguments because it can make all the difference in the quality of the decisions you make.

A fallacy is an argument that's based on false or illogical reasoning. When there's no evidence supporting the claim that one thing causes another, it can be argued that there's a relationship between the two, typically because they happened at the s...

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“They don’t make them like they used to” is used so often that you probably had no idea that it is an excellent example of “Survivorship Bias.” 

Survivorship bias is the tendency for what we see to be influenced by what we don't see. When you see beautiful examples of classic cars or beautiful old homes, you only see those that have survived to the present day. Not the hundreds of thousands that were junked, destroyed, or torn d...

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Companies are beginning to rethink their position on virtual work. Our episode today is about deciding when to return to the office. It can be tough to know what is best for you, your company, and your employees. 

The question, though, is, when should YOU return to the office? What should you, as an employee, do? Although you may feel this isn’t your decision, we’d like to propose that your decision to return should not be made base...

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We all want to feel appreciated. It's one of the most powerful motivating forces behind human behavior. And it is a key factor in personal and team productivity.

How do compliments affect our productivity? It's simple: when we feel appreciated, we tend to work harder and smarter. We go the extra mile and do more.

Yet there are so many reasons why we are not shown the appreciation we may deserve, or given the compliments that...

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Ever wonder why you’re always so stressed? Many things can cause stress. It could be a deadline, a meeting, a difficult conversation, something you feel you cannot control, or just the build-up of many different things. Stress is the composite result of all of this.

In this episode, we explore this topic not only through some coping skills but, most importantly, by identifying the root cause of why we are feeling stressed to begin w...

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This episode is our third look at Change. We have discussed changes we want or need to make within ourselves, and we’ve discussed external changes that happen to us. This week we dig into a roadmap to influence Change in others.

It is important to understand people’s unique motivations and what may hold them back from Change.

Change can trigger grief-like reactions within people. Even though there’s nothing to necessarily grieve, kee...

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It feels like an appropriate topic on the first day of spring to continue our theme around change by talking about the changes that happen TO us. Whether we notice it or not, this type of change is continuous and constant.

Change can be a difficult thing to deal with. Why do we resist change? Is it fear of the unknown? Uncertainty of an uncharted path? The concern of potential loss or hardship? We often get stuck in our ways and don...

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Change is inevitable. It's a part of life, and it's a part of growth. The only way to grow and get better is by changing what doesn't work for you. It’s important to know how to embrace and manage it so that it can inspire you and not overwhelm you.

This episode focuses on how you can manage change within yourself. To make meaningful change happen, there are 5 major points we discuss. 

1. You have to want it.

2. Recogniz...

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Let’s have some fun with an age-old problem that plagues us all. Procrastination!

Procrastination is a thing that we all do from time to time. It's rarely because you're lazy. Identifying WHY you procrastinate certain tasks is the key to overcoming it; Is it time-consuming, and you don't have the energy for it? Is it that glimmer of hope that someone else may take care of it? Maybe you're unsure how to do it or the b...

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What is the Eisenhower Matrix? It helps you prioritize your tasks. It's useful because it sorts tasks into categories based on urgency and importance. 

Dwight D. Eisenhower was America's 34th president from 1953 to 1961. Before leading the country as President, he served in the United States Army and rose to Supreme Commander of Allied Forces to win World War II. He also later became the first supreme commander of NATO. 

Havi...

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Have you felt stuck? In a rut, with no idea how to get out of it? Well, then this episode is for you! Discipline and consistency, combined with action. This “magic formula” causes opportunities you could have never dreamed of to present themselves.

Few things are more satisfying than achieving a goal that you've been working towards for months or even years. With discipline, you’ll create a greater chance for your success. With ...

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One of the most important aspects of our personality is self-confidence.

Self-confidence is not about how good you are, it's about how good you think you are. We are constantly bombarded with messages that tell us that we are not good enough. It's important to remind ourselves that these messages are not true.

No matter who you are, what you do, or where you come from, you have the ability to learn new skills and also to make...

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Our episode today is about crafting a complaint email that gets results. Cristina has a rant about her returns issue with the discount boutique Ruelala that is hilarious. Amazingly, a powerful email outline emerges that will work for you every time!

There are few things more frustrating than receiving a product that doesn't match our expectations. Imagine Cristina's disappointment when she wanted to return those items, only ...

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