Sunil Godse: Understanding Your Intuition & Listening To Your Gut

Join Patti Katter and her guest, Sunil Godse, as they talk about understanding your intuition and listening to your gut. Sunil is the owner and teacher at Intuitionology, he helps businesses increase their productivity by using intuitive resonance to build trusted professional relationships! He is also the author of the amazing books Fail Fast, Succeed Faster and GUT!

In this episode, you’ll learn:

· The importance of trusting your intuition and listening to your gut feelings.

· Your intuition and all those experiences to learn from will be put into the subconscious area of your brain.

· There are four types of intuition that all work at the same time.

· You need to overcome the fear associated with what your intuition is telling you to do.

· There are a lot of signals you need to consider before making important decisions.

· Four intuitive hurdles that get people in trouble and interfere with your signals.

· And much more!

About Sunil Godse:

The statistics companies face are very stark with 80% of employees unhappy in the workplace, resulting in $550 billion a year in lost productivity resulting in much higher internal costs, and if not fixed, the results could be fatal.

The reason?

Companies seem to treat their employees as numbers where transactional relationships and a heavy focus on short term results engulf the corporate culture.

It comes as no surprise to anyone when such a corporate culture has employees feeling disengaged and demotivated in the workplace, negatively affecting the overall productivity with downstream effects being higher turnover as valuable employees look elsewhere to find companies who actually care for them.

If this is not fixed quickly, this starts to put a tremendous squeeze on profits, putting the company on a downward spiral, and it could end up becoming a part of the 99% that are no longer around by year five.

The good news is that this can be prevented by ensuring that management learns how to implement intuitive resonance within the organization to establish trusted relationships with its employees, creating a tight-knit corporate culture that has employees intrinsically motivated to perform at their highest level.

The cumulative effect translates to an immediate increase in productivity with longer-term effects being lower turnover costs and higher profits, a combination Sunil Godse is used to seeing as he grew several entrepreneurial ventures to over $20 million before helping many other companies accelerate the productivity of their employees, elevating their business success to a whole new level.

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Phone: 519-870-7816

Twitter: @sunilgodse




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US ARMY COL Gregory Gadson: Double Amputee Commander To Hollywood Hit, Battleship

Join Patti Katter and her guest, Gregory Gadson Nov 6, 2020, as they talk about how a retired colonel became an actor, a motivational speaker, and a founder of his own company. Gregory made his acting debut in 2012, starring in the movie Battleship. He is also the founder of Patriotic Strategies, a government service provider. And despite losing both his legs in combat, he continuously proves to us all that you can do and be anything you want to be.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

· Why did Gregory join the military even though he wanted to pursue football?

· From being a lieutenant colonel, he was promoted to the rank of colonel.

· After losing both his legs and severely injuring his right arm, he continued to serve in a program called the Continuation of Active Duty.

· He retired from the military in the year 2014 after more than 25 years of service.

· Gregory started his own company called Patriotic Strategies with his partner, Kurt Gutierrez.

· And much more!

About Gregory Gadson:

Colonel Gregory D. Gadson, a Chesapeake, Va., native; served our nation in the United States Army for more than 26 years.

Col. Gadson’s service culminated as the Garrison Commander of Fort Belvoir, where he oversaw the daily operations of the post, a strategic sustaining base where more than 50,000 military personnel and employees provide logistically, intelligence, medical and administrative support, and command and control for a mix of more than 140 commands and agencies for the Department of Defense.

25-year career Army officer, Col. Gadson’s life is a portrait of courage in the face of great adversity. In May 2007, as commander of the 2nd Battalion, 32nd Field Artillery, Col. Gadson’s greatest challenge came in Iraq, where an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) attack cost him both legs above the knees and normal use of his right arm and hand. Despite this, Gadson remained on active duty in the Army and continued to inspire many with his message of courage, perseverance, determination, and teamwork.

Greg is a passionate advocate for wounded warriors, veterans, and those with disabilities; on several occasions, testified before Congress on issues related to these groups.

Greg made his silver screen debut in 2012 as a lead actor in the blockbuster movie Battleship; where he portrayed a war-injured veteran that helped save the world from an alien invasion. In 2015, he completed season one of The Inspectors, a family television series on CBS.

Greg continues a very energetic and dynamic lifestyle where he continues to serve his nation as an entrepreneur and managing partner of Patriot Strategies, LLC, a government services company. He is also an accomplished photographer/artist and remains active in cycling, skiing and scuba.

Greg’s military awards include the Distinguished Service Medal; Legion of Merit (2); Bronze Stars (3); Purple Heart; the Meritorious Service Medal (3) and the Army Commendation Medal (3).


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Jonathan Augustin Movie Director-Producer of The Lift Boy: From India to Hollywood

Join Patti Katter and her guest, Jonathan Augustin, as they talk about the indian family-drama film called The Lift Boy.  This film was produced by Caroline Pictures, a motion picture company founded by Jonathan Agustin himself.  He wrote and directed the film. Learn more about how this heart-warming film came to be, and listen to and watch this show beginning Friday Oct 2, 2020.

In this episode, you’ll learn:  

  • Jonathan knew he had to go back to India and pursue moviemaking.
  • The Lift Boy was inspired by Jonathan’s life and real-life experiences.
  • Jonathan’s next project is called the Word Boy, an adventure horror film.
  • Choose a cast or actors that will bring the characters in the film to life. 
  • What other platforms can you use to watch The Lift Boy aside from Netflix?
  • And more!

About Jonathan Augustin:

Jonathan Augustin is a filmmaker born in Bombay and educated in Bournemouth. He got into the business of film production at the age of 16 in an Ad Film production company where he worked on over 20 commercials as an assistant director. Ever since then, he has had the pleasure of working on a few of the world’s biggest and most innovative brands in various advertising agencies and content production houses (Vanish, Colgate, Archidply, Mother Dairy, Tata Sons, Tata Docomo, P&G- Pampers, Microsoft).

Jonathan is well-traveled and has professional exposure in markets such as Singapore, UK, Netherlands, Argentina & India. He is culturally sensitive and is blessed with a go-to personality. He is highly inspired by Wes Anderson, Martin Scorsese, Howard Schultz, Walt Disney, Jerry Bruckheimer, Elon Musk, Reed Hasting, Karan Bilimoria, and Sylvester Stallone.

‘The Brains of Gordon Gekko with the heart of Jerry Maguire’ is apt to describe him.

Jonathan’s debut feature film, THE LIFT BOY, was released in Indian theatres on 18th Jan 2019 to critical acclaim & houseful shows. In addition, the film released theatrically in UAE on 18th April and in theatres across Taiwan on 2nd August 2019, successfully completing 3 Weeks in Taiwan. THE LIFT BOY was later acquired by Channel 4 UK & for worldwide in-flight sales. In April 2020, NETFLIX acquired worldwide streaming rights. In June 2020, the film released in theatres across Poland got acquired by Etisalat, Chili, and is also being officially remade in Kannada (Indian Regional Language). THE LIFT BOY was financed by CAROLINE PICTURES PRIVATE LIMITED, a boutique, borderless motion picture company founded by Jonathan.

‘​’​ Know something about everything, Know everything about one thing ” – Jonathan Augustin.

Specialties: Film Direction, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Brand Building, Entertainment, Marketing Consultancy, Film & TV Production, Website Production, Artificial Intelligence, IOT, OTT Content.


You can find Jonathan Augustin… 

Instagram: @theliftboy @jonathanaugustin 

Hashtag: #TheLiftBoy 

Twitter: @JonathanChats @TheLiftBoy

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Rhonda Britten: Fearless Living After Witnessing The Murder Suicide of Her Parents

Join Patti Katter and her guest, Rhonda Britten, as they talk about fearless living. Rhonda is the founder and CEO of the Fearless Living Institute, they help change lives by teaching people how to master their fear, and provide mentorship programs.  She has won numerous awards, named the “America’s Favorite Life Coach”, and was the first Life Coach on reality television in the world. In this episode, find out more about what sets the Fearless Living Institute apart from other life coaching programs. 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • The powerful story of how Rhonda Britten became fearless.
  • Making choices with compassion is important in realizing you’re not damaged.
  • Critical questions to answer in order to give yourself a fighting chance of fresh air.
  • Rhonda’s students and clients are her children.
  • Fearless Living: The Ivy League of Life Coach Training 
  • What are Rhonda’s biggest accomplishments?
  • Stretch Risk or Die! Free gift from Rhonda Britten
  • And much more!

About Rhonda Britten:

After witnessing the horrific murder-suicide of her parents at the tender age of 14, Rhonda went into a twenty-year spiral of self-doubt, blame, and addiction. She tried everything to help herself (therapy, self-help books, improvement workshops, PTSD, energy work, you name it.) but still had nightmares every night and couldn’t get past the fear that there was something wrong with her. After she woke up very much alive after her third suicide attempt, she knew she had to find another way.

What she discovered is a pathway to freedom that cuts through false beliefs, negative thoughts, and the silent, secret fears every human being carries. Her simple yet life-altering method is called Fearless Living.


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Army Veteran Will Castillo: The Twists and Turns of Becoming a Paralympian for Team USA

Join Patti Katter and her guest, Will Castillo, as they talk about how he went from being an army veteran to participating in a Para Bobsled. Will is a living legacy, who lost his left leg in combat and was the only sole survivor. His story serves as an inspiration to us all because not only did he survive, he continues to show us that no matter what disability or trial you may have gone through, nothing is impossible. You don’t want to miss this; stay tuned!
In this episode, you’ll learn:
• September 11, 2001 (9/11) terrorist attacks in the US inspired Will to join the military.
• How did Will Castillo lose his left leg?
• The story of how Will came to love Para Bobsled.
• An opportunity to sponsor Will Castillo, a potential Olympics competitor.
• The hardest part of overcoming trials is learning how to forgive yourself.
• People that suffered something big and survived always try to pay their dues.
• We need more platforms to share great stories.
• And much more!
About Will Castillo:
Will was born in Columbia, South America, but grew up in Queens, New York, since he was three. Until the 911 attacks happened, it inspired him to join the U.S. Army. On April 27, 2007, on patrol with his team in Fallujah, Iraq, their truck was hit by an IED leaving him the only survivor.
He struggled with the guilt of being the only one to have survived the incident. Will spent two years recovering at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. After a few years passed, he decided to go to Wall Street to get surgery with someone he knew. He encouraged Will to try bobsledding.
Will knew he found his sport when he tried Para Bobsled. Since then, he has won numerous awards, and has been dedicating his blessing to wounded soldiers and his military team’s honor.

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Zachary Babcock

Join Patti Katter and Zachary Babcock as they talk about Underdog Empowerment. Zachary talks about his experiences of stealing cars at the age of 17 and going to prison. imprisoned. He ended up turning his whole life around to help other people like him. Listen to this podcast to hear more about Zachary!

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Being open about your mistakes, including getting into drug addiction
  • The psychological warfare in prison and how the current systems don’t work
  • How he was able to get out and transform his life
  • Helping people who want to change their lives and teaching them how to do things on their own
  • Using frustrations to fuel your inspiration to build a business

And much more!
About Zachary Babcock:
From living with convicted felons in prison for over 5 years to building a 6 figure business…My name is Zachary Babcock, and I’m a student of psychology, business, and marketing with a broad perspective from both extremes of life. I share everything I learn about getting and keeping attention with underdog entrepreneurs to help them get to the next level.
My podcast is for underdog entrepreneurs who have a grandiose vision, all the odds stacked against them, and everyone counting them out, regardless of their current resources.I share all of my biggest “a-ha moments” in my personal journey of building a passive income business, tough lessons learned, and beating the odds while interviewing some of the most successful visionaries and thought leaders who practice entrepreneurship.

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Robert Grigore: World-Class Mental Health Expert & Author Shares How EDMR Has Helped Him Help Others

Robert Grigore is a World-Class Mental Health Expert, Registered Clinical Counsellor, Certified EMDR Therapist, Approved EMDR Consultant, Published Author on EMDR, Owner & CEO of Grigore Counselling.

Robert opened up and shared that as a youngster, he had low self esteem, and didn’t like himself. Listen to his story and how his life turned around by using EDMR.

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8 Preparedness Tips

For the normal city folk….

  • Goals – Before you go on a shopping spree, make sure you have a plan of action. How much food do you need? How much water should you have on hand? The Department of Homeland Security recommends you have a basic emergency supply kit that includes enough food and water for each of your household members for at least 72 hours. Other supplies on their list include a flashlight, battery-powered or hand-cranked radio and basic first-aid supplies and a can opener. Make a list and stick to it.
  • Water – People go crazy buying water don’t they? But, one mistake you can do is to forget to look at the expiration dates on the water. If you do happen to have old water, you don’t have to dump it. You can save it, add a little bleach and use it for cleaning and disinfecting.
  • Bulk Supplies – Buying bulk will save you money, but don’t do what I did years ago. I bought random items that I wouldn’t normally use to cook with so I ended up giving many bags of food away. It’s always good to have basics on hand.
  • Nutrition – Nutrition is Important. Don’t stock up on a bunch of sugar. Our bodies need healthy foods.
    • Pancake Mix – Purchase the pancake mix that you only have to add water to. Most pancake mix has added vitamins to it.
    • Powdered Milk – Hey, it doesn’t taste great alone, but you can use it for cooking and if you pour it in cereal, you won’t notice a big difference because the cereal taste will help mask the flavor of the powdered milk.
    • Cereal – You can snack on it dry or add milk.
    • Peanut Butter – Peanut Butter is high in protein and other nutrients. It has a pretty long shelf life.
    • Baking Supplies – Flour, sugar, baking soda/powder, salt, pepper, seasonings. You can make your own bread, biscuits, etc.
    • Canned Meat
    • Protein Bars
    • Dried Fruit
    • Nuts
    • Canned chili, soup, etc
    • Trail Mix
    • Whole wheat crackers
  • Seeds – If you’re really motivated and want to prepare for the very worst, make sure you have seeds on hand so you can plant your own little garden. If you don’t have space for a garden, you can use pots to plant some veggies in.
  • Fresh is Best – Apples, citrus and potatoes last quite a while if you keep them cool. You can also can these items yourself if you know how.
  • Rotate Your Food – Make sure you rotate your food supply to ensure foods won’t just sit there and expire.
  • Medications – If you or a family member need medications, make sure you have extra. It’s also a good idea to have a first aid kit on hand.

Mini-Episode: When Sickness Hits Your Family, Have These Documents on Hand

For over a decade, I have had a plan in case of emergency. Being a caregiver to someone, you learn that health and wellness are very important. Everyone is in an uproar about the Coronavirus, but I wanted to share information that is important for you to have if someone in your family becomes sick during any time of year or situation.

3 Types of Documents you should have on hand:

  • Medical Information – Everyone should have a copy of their medical records
  • Legal Documents – Power of Attorney if you have adult children or others in your home (or even in college) you may need to care for in case of emergency
  • Personal Accounts & Info – I have a binder with all of our account information to important services such as bills, bank information etc. If you were to end up in the hospital or out of commission, its easier for someone to step in and make sure bills are paid, etc if all of that information is in one place

Here’s a website that lists important information on what you can put in your emergency binder. CLICK HERE.