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Give a gift to yourself each week during this podcast to go on a self journey and explore the internal beliefs that drive your patterns and habits that can show up in ways that prevent you from what you want most in your life, whether at work or at home. During this podcast, Amy Vetter, a CPA, Yogi & Technologist, and the author of Business, Balance and Bliss, will explore how we can break from these beliefs with her guests that are leaders in business, health & wellness, mindfulness, spirit ...
 
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Distractions can be a problem when you are working remotely. Do you find it easy to get distracted? In today’s B3 Break, take two and a half minutes to find ways that you can be more present in your meetings by making eye contact and using active listening. Amy Vetter discusses workplace efficiency techniques that help cut distractions. You will fi…
 
There should be moments in our career where we should take a break and enjoy life. Working with intention allows you to create that much-needed balance between business and personal life. Join Amy Vetter and co-founder of Bytecheck Jeff Cook as they delve into the topics of working with intention, breaking through the plateaus, and effective corpor…
 
People build tension when they get stressed. Once they’re stressed, they forget to breathe. We all have to remember to stop, pause, and breathe. In today’s B3 Break, join Amy Vetter and take 4 minutes to slow down your breath and reset your central nervous system so you can be more present and relaxed during the day! Love the show? Subscribe, rate,…
 
Be careful who your clients are. You have the power to choose who you work with. Amy Vetter’s guest in this episode, Susan Stutzel, speaks on this subject. Susan is a CPA and a leadership, mindset, and productivity coach. Stay focused on what you do best. If you take up the wrong client, you won’t have the space for the right client. Listen to this…
 
Often we can feel our energy is controlled by others, but is it? In today’s B3 Break, take 5 minutes to pause and choose an intention word to create the mood you want. We will connect your breath to your intention so that you can reset and create the mood that you want, rather than letting the outside control how you feel. You’ll come out refreshed…
 
Taking risks is how a lot of great business owners start. You can't be an entrepreneur without taking a couple of risks along the way. Those risks will have rewards and those rewards can get pretty high. Low risks and high rewards are something every business owner should take note of. Amy Vetter brings in Mike Whitmire, co-founder and CEO of FloQa…
 
Sometimes, to reset our energy, we just need to pause our day and be still. In today’s B3 Break, Amy Vetter leads a quick 5-minute meditative body scan so you can check in with yourself. Take a step back and tap into how you’re feeling internally. Observe, release, and you’ll come back to yourself refreshed and ready. Tune in and let’s meditate! Lo…
 
There are infinite possibilities for you to create an entirely new reality. Amy Vetter’s guest today is Jamie Sabat, the Founder of Distill + Express, a health and wellness consultancy specializing in natural solutions. In this episode, Jamie discusses with Amy about how she felt out of place growing up in Washington, DC surrounded by attorneys and…
 
Have you ever thought about your purpose in life? Amy Vetter invites you to take some time and create a personal purpose statement that will align to your decisions as you move forward to the value you want to create in the world. This does not necessarily have to be related to your job or your title. This value is what you want to experience in li…
 
Transformation happens when something is going through a change, it can be in a physical form, emotional, or spiritual. For Mariette Martinez, her transformation was about everything. It led her to the life she’s always wanted, from the life she thought was meant for her. As a former public accountant turned small business advisor and public age ed…
 
Are you feeling like you are working more hours remote but not as productive? In today’s B3 Break, take three minutes to hear from Amy Vetter how you can start practicing mono-tasking and stop multi-tasking—so you don’t waste valuable time in your day, can be as productive as possible, and have some time left over for yourself! Love the show? Subsc…
 
Every business’s goal is to have happy clients. This means doing what it takes to serve them well and above their expectations. As a woman in the workforce, Jackie Cardello had to learn to deal with growing a family and keeping her job. Today, she is the President and Managing Partner of GRF CPAs & Advisors, and she talks with Amy Vetter about her …
 
Are you going from meeting to meeting, never leaving your desk, getting more stressed out by the minute? In today’s B3 Break, take three minutes to think about how you can create your calendar cadence according to your energy levels! Amy Vetter explains in this episode why you should be more aware of your energy shifts throughout the day. If you’re…
 
It’s difficult to shift ingrained belief systems to a new place. But it’s necessary if you are to discover your unique inner compass to follow your path. In this episode, Amy Vetter is joined by Kristi Vitali, founder of Be Well Austin Center & Yoga House and the developer of Connective Wisdom, to share the impact her parents had on her belief syst…
 
It’s easy right now to get dragged down into the negative. Sometimes, it only takes to have certain conversations with other people or read things to bring you down further. In today’s B3 Break, take two minutes to step back and assess how you can flip negative thoughts to positive ones. Join Amy Vetter as you discover how to be more intentional wi…
 
You need a well-rounded team to help your business succeed. Amy Vetter discusses with Scott Fleszar the importance of having team members whose strengths complement each other. Scott is the CEO at SafeSend, a company that provides automation technology tools to CPAs and tax preparers. In this episode, Scott shares his journey and the lessons he lea…
 
Understanding the practice of mindfulness has never been more important. Take a five-minute B3 Break today to learn what it is and participate in a two-minute mindfulness practice and meditation with Amy Vetter so you can create the energy you desire to put out into the world around you. As we go outside, focus on every little thing around you and …
 
In 2019, Amy Vetter interviewed trauma professional David Treleaven at Wisdom 2.0 on his perspective on trauma when practicing mindfulness. In today’s episode, let’s go back in time and relive the wisdom David imparted as you learn more about trauma-sensitive mindfulness from a leadership perspective. Follow along to this discussion and gain an und…
 
Take this five-minute B3 Break to cultivate gratitude and focus on the positive. Why? Because you deserve it and you owe it to yourself. Sometimes, it can feel like we have to have something big happen before we can even speak of gratitude. We forget that the there is so much more to be thankful about, even in the littlest of things. Got five minut…
 
When you work from home, you tend to work hours at a time without taking a break. Do you know that you need to take a break if you want to stay focused and productive? In this episode, Amy Vetter explains the importance of taking a break to help your brain function properly. Even just taking 5-10 minutes per hour to get up and get away from your co…
 
In this episode, Amy Vetter gives the major takeaways of the interviews you’ve listened to for Quarter 1 of 2021.There are two key themes running through these interviews: how our families impact our belief systems and how we should incorporate mindfulness practices into our workday. Our family is an essential pillar of our lives, but they don’t al…
 
When it comes to improving work environments, rarely do we talk about the importance of soft skills as opposed to technical. However, more than anyone would think, these very skills create the most impact. In 2019, Amy Vetter interviewed Scott Shute, Head of Mindfulness and Compassion programs at LinkedIn, to discuss Scott's journey of starting thi…
 
Do you feel like cultivating the energy you want and for the people around you? In today’s B3 Break, take four minutes to think about how to utilize the power of mantras to set your energy for the day and sustain it. In these times, it’s so important to intentionally create the experience you want for yourself and the people around you! Join Amy Ve…
 
How do you create a brand that people can connect with? Today’s guest is Emily Soccorsy, the co-founder of Root + River. Emily explains that you need to go back to your roots and pour your life experiences and passions into your brand to spark an authentic connection with people. Discover how the impact and legacy that Emily’s immigrant grandparent…
 
Consistent connection and de-stressing are truly essential needs in this time of remote setup. What better way to maintain your mindfulness through a mid-week meditation escape? In today’s B3 Break, take six minutes with Amy Vetter to go on a trip in your mind to your favorite body of water - lake or beach - or choose your own favorite place! Find …
 
The concept of mindfulness is usually associated with individual practice that the term “organizational mindfulness” can come across as strange. It is a real method, though, and it effectively helps companies improve performance, relationships and dynamics within their teams. In 2019, Amy Vetter had the pleasure of interviewing Peter Bostelmann, Ch…
 
Are you working more remotely than when you were in the office? In today's B3 Break, Amy Vetter guides you to take 3 minutes to think about your "Me-Time," how to stop overworking, and eliminate the guilt for taking time for yourself! Being the example for the people around you has never been more important than now. Dedicate time for yourself on y…
 
It can be challenging to go against the idea that you have to fit yourself into traditional jobs you're not passionate about to be financially secure, but once you find the courage to do it, you might just find your way to the career and life of your dreams. In this interview with Amy Vetter, Kyla Martin, a career, dream, and life strategist, share…
 
With all the demands on us between our personal life, remote meetings, and trying to get our own work done, life can feel overwhelming at times. Therefore, working from home can sometimes be more tedious rather than comfortable. How can you make sure that even at the four corners of your home, you're still in control of your outputs and daily lifes…
 
It's tough to practice mindfulness in the workplace when you live in a modern world of technology and social media. In this episode, Tamara Levitt, the Head of Mindfulness at Calm, joins Amy Vetter. Tamara is responsible for the creative development of Calm's Mindfulness and meditation sessions. She likens a stressed and distracted mind to a globe …
 
Many entrepreneurs find it challenging when it comes to handling perfectionism since most of the time, they want things to go according to their plans. Although this mindset is admirable, it may cause problems in the long run, particularly in terms of growth for both the boss and the rest of the team. Amy Vetter interviews Kim Barnes, the Co-founde…
 
When opportunities are unequal for women, breaking through a male-dominated industry can be such a feat. Jennifer Briggs, the President and CEO of the Indiana CPA Society, is the fifth CEO in the organization’s 103-year history and the first female in this role. In this episode, she joins Amy Vetter to share how she did it and offer some great insi…
 
Without being aware of it, many of us can’t break past our own limitations because we lack the honesty to recognize that we are the very ones keeping us from taking opportunities. Joseph Oniwor, an arena football player, turned breakthrough holistic and fitness lifestyle trainer, sits down with Amy Vetter to introduce us to this concept of pillow t…
 
Society is rapidly changing because of various factors, and therefore career-driven people only have so much time in their hands to chase after opportunities. Nevertheless, the concept of "family first" must never be set aside since it is the place where everything about you began. Amy Vetter explores this topic with Tashia Batstone, SVP for Extern…
 
In what felt like a very long year, we are finally down to the last month. Full of hope for a totally new and better year, if not the best one yet, Amy Vetter celebrates as she takes us into her Quarter Four review of 2020! Though challenging, this COVID year has offered a number of great lessons and insights we would never have imagined. Amy share…
 
In this age of steep competition, it can be so easy to fall too deep into our work that we forget how to live the other equally important aspects of our lives. Maintaining the balance of the three-legged stool that is work, family, and health, Amy Vetter interviews Enrico Palmerino, CEO of BotKeeper. Here, Enrico shares his entrepreneurial journey …
 
No one has the answers to everything. We always learn as we go. For Adam Clater, the Chief Architect in Red Hat's North America Public Sector Organization, the learning happened along his own personal journey to finding the career that fits him. In this episode, he joins host Amy Vetter to share his journey from starting out in repairing computers …
 
The entrepreneurial path is for the risk-taker, and if you want to succeed, you need to have the will and focus not to get distracted along the way. In this episode, Amy Vetter interviews Brian Fox, VP of Strategic Partnerships for Thomson Reuters and founder of Confirmation that was acquired by Thomson Reuters in 2019. Here, Brian shares his entre…
 
The current global pandemic has created a degree of chaos and unrest in many people’s lives. The threat of the disease extends far beyond the contraction of an ailing body; it’s been the cause of a lot of mental and emotional stress. In this episode, Amy Vetter interviews Kelly Rocha, the President of the Sacramento Chapter of Meeting Planners Inte…
 
Life is never smooth sailing, and often, the best ones have their significant share of hard times. In the end, everything is worth it. You just have to learn how to withstand the pain by believing in yourself in the process. In this episode, Paul Peterson, CPA, Managing Partner at Wiss & Company, LLP, joins Amy Vetter to share his journey from staf…
 
In this episode, Amy Vetter, the Breaking Beliefs podcast host, shares the moments from the interviews during the third quarter of 2020 that were most poignant in breaking the beliefs and noticing the patterns we carry in our lives. She focuses on three key areas from the interviews - creating your personal purpose and vision, supporting one anothe…
 
Whenever someone asks for help, it’s important to give people your time to help them. You may not realize it, but aside from that person getting something out of it, you are also actually getting something because it is a shared experience. Today’s show features an interview with Erin Linehan, the SVP - Head of Global Functions Compliance at Raymon…
 
What sets good leaders and high performers from everyone else? It’s not about talent; it’s about a passion for continuous learning, a recognition of one’s continuing evolution. It is being coachable. This is where you see parallels in sports and in leadership in any field, whether it’s in business, teaching or the performing arts. Joining Amy Vette…
 
Analyzing information is often associated with having to go through lines and lines of data and trying to figure out what it means. The President and CEO of Illinois CPA Society, Todd Shapiro, joins this episode to provide clarity on what it really means, not only in the workplace, but life in general. Growing up in a diverse environment, he had a …
 
In the world that we currently live in, it can be hard to look outside of yourself. That is why it is amazing to see someone who is helping so naturally. Sharing how you can put yourself in a position to be of help to others, Amy Vetter sits down with Corliss Taylor, the VP and Charitable Development Officer for Raymond James. Corliss shares teachi…
 
Listen up, aspiring entrepreneur. There is something you ought to know: nobody is going to create a path for you to succeed; you have to create your own path. What exactly does that mean? You may want to sit down and learn something from this episode’s amazing guest. Joining Amy Vetter in this interview is Angie Grissom, owner and Chief Relationshi…
 
When it comes to business agility and helping your customers and company be quicker to respond to the disruption and transformation that’s taking place in the world today, you don’t only have to undergo a business transformation. There’s a lot of inner work that you need to do to make that happen as well. On today’s podcast, Amy Vetter interviews K…
 
We’re now in the middle of the year, ending quarter two and starting quarter three. Just how time has seemingly gone by quicker than we anticipated, given our current situation, the Breaking Beliefs podcast has shown us within that span of time how there is still so much more in the world waiting for us. In this episode, host Amy Vetter shares the …
 
In this time of exponential change, it is imperative for professionals to be future-ready. Joining Amy Vetter on the show today is Tom Hood, the CEO of the Maryland Association of CPAs and the Business Learning Institute. Tom talks about thriving as a professional and being ready for change. He also discusses approaches that incorporate framework d…
 
It is human nature to crave certainty in life, but why waste a life full of possibilities and opportunities just because we fear the unknown up ahead? Showing that the universe has many great plans for us, provided that we freely extend our arms to what it plans to give, Amy Vetter speaks with Byron Patrick, the VP of Growth & Success at Botkeeper.…
 
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