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Bonus Episode – Debrief & Analysis: Elise Holtzman



BONUS: Hosts Drs. Kevin Harris and Lauren S. Tashman discuss their conversation with Elise Holtzman, President, The Lawyer’s Edge. Highlights include their discussion about how pressure can be a matter of perspective, the emotionally driven nature of sections of the human brain, and where the feeling of belongingness originates. They also discuss the importance of focusing more on what you are doing than what others are doing, and continue their discussions on the importance of rest.


Season 2, Ep 2 – Elise Holtzman



Elise Holtzman, President, The Lawyer’s Edge

Have you found your sweet spot? In this episode, Kevin and Lauren speak with Elise Holtzman, a former attorney, and now a coach and consultant for lawyers. Elise shares her path to becoming a lawyer and how becoming a parent of a child with special needs led to her becoming a coach. She discusses the impact of environment on one’s path, how impostor syndrome might be a common shared experience that doesn’t often get discussed, and that having a baby really shifted her experience with gender differences in the workplace. Elise shares how she’s learning to be a human being not just a human doing, that it’s okay for your life to be how you want it to be, and the value of self-acceptance. 

Learn more about Elise and The Lawyer’s Edge: LinkedIn, The Lawyer’s Edge


Bonus Episode – Debrief & Analysis: Abe Kamarck



BONUS: Hosts Drs. Kevin Harris and Lauren S. Tashman discuss their conversation with Abe Kamarck, CEO and Founder of True Made Foods. Highlights include their discussion about the role of serendipity in success, capitalizing on opportunities when they are presented, and making sure that one really wants the outcome being pursued. Kevin and Lauren also discuss the difference between routine- versus adaptive- expertise,


Ep. 033 – Abe Kamarck



Abe Kamarck, CEO & Founder of True Made Foods

Do you get stuck on the emotional rollercoaster, too high with successes or too low with failures? In this episode Abe Kamarck shares his path from growing up on his family’s Italian cooking, to military officer, to founder and CEO of a successful startup company. He shares what he learned in flight school about preparing for the worst-case scenario, navigating the pressure of starting and growing a business, and how success is a moving target. This episode is full of great information for anyone pursuing their goals, from students to entrepreneurs. 

Learn more about Abe: Instagram, Twitter

Learn more about True Made Foods: Website, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook


Ep. 027 – Tracy Tutor



Tracy Tutor, Author, Fear is Just a Four Letter Word, and Star of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing LA 

Are you able to embrace fear, put it aside, and nail that big opportunity or performance? In this episode, Kevin and Lauren speak with bestselling author and television star, Tracy Tutor. Tracy shares her path of entering the L.A. luxury home real estate market at a young age, and the drive and determination that it required. She also shares what she has learned about what it takes to be successful, how to get into the proper mindset during stressful situations, and the important lessons from failures along the way. This episode is full of great advice including resisting being silenced, being true to yourself, and not striving for perfection. 

Learn more about Tracy: Instagram, Twitter


Ep. 014 – J.T. Compeau



J.T. Compeau, Founder of the Content Interpreter LLC

Are you willing to persist long enough to allow your failures to evolve into successes? Hear about J.T. Compeau’s path to becoming a consultant who helps thought leaders, C-suite executives, and entrepreneurs share their greatness with others in their speeches and presentations. Listen to his episode to hear about his experience of being an entrepreneur, what he’s learned about high performance throughout his own journey and from the individuals he works with, and what expectation he realized he had to sacrifice.

Learn more about J.T. and the Content Interpreter LLC: Website, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn

Also check out this free speechwriting video guide J.T. is offering to all interested listeners; click on the link, provide your email and you’ll receive 2 3-minute videos that describe his process and give you tips and insights that help you think about your speeches and stories.