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Episode 1: Jayne Rios

Jayne is a nationally recognized Speaker, Author, Visionary co-Founder of Women’s Broadcast Television Network (WBTVN) and CEO of Women’s Global Leadership Alliance. Jayne has 30 years experience in television, video and internet marketing. Her passion is to empower and equip women by helping them realize their untapped potential for creating unlimited income on the internet and teaching them to become thought leaders in their occupations. She founded and sold her first company KungFuzos Video years before video was popular and she created an intellectual property eLearning system, proving her ability as a visionary leader.

Jayne won the Innovative Woman of the Year in 2014 from Today’s Innovative Woman and the International Collaborator of the Year 2014 from the Public Speakers Association. Her work with ministries globally has opened doors in China, Africa, Middle East and Latin/South America.

For anyone who has a dream of taking their business to the next level, her story will inspire you today to take action and turn your passion into a reality.

We Live in Improv: Living life on the spot

When I tell people I do improv, they are amazed. And I am amazed that they are amazed. Because here’s a secret, folks, —we all live in improv! No one hands us a script in the morning and says “this is what you are going to exactly say, do , stand, etc. all day long.” […]

Spirit Fed: The power of “should”

In the “Spirit Fed Entrepreneur” several authors speak about how they were able to make the transformation from working in their heads to working through their hearts. This is a pretty big shift to make, as we all have those little voices either in our heads, or voices from friends and family members telling us […]

Give and Take: Not being a stage hog

In improv, we have guidelines or rules that we follow, even though we are making things up on the spot. They are kind-of like your companies’ Mission Statement and Values Statements., If everyone buys into them and follows them, at least you have a common foundation on which to build. Improv is the same way. […]