Thrive Out Loud!
January 17, 2019
Hosted by Jo Hausman
Jo Hausman interviews Lou Diamond who is CEO of Thrive. Lou will discuss what he means when he tells people to "thrive out loud." Most people in today's world want and crave more than what they have. Lou will give us tips on how to unleash the superpower within us! How can you define your power? What asset do you bring to the table? Find your passion and purpose with his help!
Go For It!
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Go For It! is an empowerment, leadership and business strategy radio show for people of all ages. I am passionate about helping people start businesses – especially women. Businesses should be considered more than just a hobby. Women need to feel empowered that they can withstand the grudging day to day life of starting and running a business and do it successfully. Teaching valuable time saving methods, marketing strategies and practices of starting and running a successful business is the purpose of this show. I do this through my amazing guests, life experiences, stories and I teach you to live in a positive light.
I want to be able to give hope and teach perseverance to people starting and running businesses. Too often people get stuck after they start a business and need the guidance to keep moving forward. Laughter is also a big part of this thing we call life. Laugh through the good times and bad but keep pushing forward to your dreams.
Jo Hausman holds an MBA in Business with Entrepreneurship from the University of Sioux Falls. She is an international motivational speaker and International Best Selling author of her book “Go For It! A Woman’s Guide to Perseverance.”
She has the “GO FOR IT! Attitude, GO FOR IT! Drive and GO FOR IT! Motivation that will help you understand the quality of her character.
She is a self-starter with tenacity and proven leadership skills. Her selfless acts of kindness for family, community and church are telltale signs of her true character. She owns several small businesses and is a real estate investor and city council alderwoman. She enjoys spending time with family and friends and is the proud mother of her son Cody and her two fur babies Dakota and Ellie.