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The Unstoppable Entrepreneur Show, formerly Unstoppable Success Radio, exists to inspire and equip overworked entrepreneurs to step into the role of 7+ figure CEO, with cutting edge marketing strategy, timeless business principles, and the psychology behind scaling exponentially. Tune in each week to learn from Kelly Roach, a former Fortune 500 executive and NFL cheerleader turned multimillion-dollar business growth strategist. In each episode, Kelly shares the truth about what it takes to g ...
 
With blood on her hands, the infamous Dolores Roach has fled the recent shocking destruction in Washington Heights and gone into hiding deep under New York City in an abandoned subway tunnel. But she’s not alone underground, and her dark night of the soul is interrupted by an extremist faction of similarly self-exiled tunnel-dwellers whose space she's invaded. Facing re-incarceration back above ground, but pushed to the limits of shame, paranoia, lust, hunger, and depraved entrepreneurialism ...
 
Every life has a story and every story the ability to Inspire! This podcast seeks to create a space where women can have candid conversations about life, love and lessons learned. It is my hope that through the power of the shared story, we can learn from each other, create a supportive community and discover new perspectives on how we can improve our lives.
 
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Rev it up, boys! This week on the Roach Koach Podcast we are back with our favorite boys in Limp Bizkit and we are talking about their 2005 EP/album/whatever you want to call it The Unquestionable Truth Part 1. We talk the return of Wes, the troubled making and release of the record, wearing a blazer with a t-shirt, the duality of Fred Durst, and s…
 
I’m on my third generation of seed-starting lights, a journey that began back in the day when shop lights with so-called cool-white and warm-white fluorescent tubes combined were all we gardeners knew. Eventually I moved up to newer, high-output fluorescents, and now maybe the switch to LEDs beckons. But how does a person shopping for grow lights f…
 
This week, Kelly interviews Brienne Hennessy of Your Vocal Vitality. Kelly starts the show by opening up about her previous vocal issues, and how it’s affected her life and business goals. Brienne introduces herself and goes into detail about her work. Kelly and Brienne talk about the ways the working world has changed over the years, and why a hea…
 
This week, Kelly talks through the stages of hyper business growth. She begins the episode by discussing the importance of focus as a CEO when it comes to scaling your business. Kelly describes how and why the CEO must adapt to each stage in order to continue being successful. She spends the duration of the episode breaking each stage down in detai…
 
Margaret Garcia is back in the building to give us all the tips and gems to upgrade our customer service efforts. She's the person who stopped us from asking "how can I help you?" in order to control the call. No-one else is doing anything remotely close to Margaret's team at Grit PPO where they can handle customers, schedule and sell for your Pest…
 
This week, Kelly brings UE’s Marketing Director Danielle Cevallos on the show to announce the initiation of UE’s newest phenomenon, The Society. The Society is a free opportunity to be part of an exclusive text community. Danielle explains what The Society is and why it was created. Danielle advises anyone who wants to join the community to text th…
 
It’s our inaugural all Who’s Tweeting episode of the Roach Koach podcast. Your recommendations, your questions, your CRITIQUES, and so much more. This week we talk about being the hot topic on r/numetal board on Reddit, go over some hot Roach Ryder recommendations, give an exciting update on The Twizted Two Hundo, and go over feedback from our Drac…
 
This week Kelly interviews Pocket Sun, co-founder of SoGal. SoGal works to close the diversity gap in entrepreneurship by providing grants for minority women, and giving them the startup funds to start growing their businesses. Kelly opens the show by talking about the UE’s one to one giving model in collaboration with the Human Family Foundation. …
 
Parsley that was bred not for its leaves, but as a root crop. Or a winter squash with vivid green flesh, instead of orange. And perennial onions called potato onions that multiply. These are just a few of the wonders of genetic diversity I’ve been poring over in the new 2021 listings from the nonprofit seed cooperative called Experimental Farm Netw…
 
Kelly begins by reintroducing herself, talking about her company’s background, and outlining some of her plans for the UE this year. Kelly then discusses what makes working with Team Unstoppable different from other companies in the online coaching space. Kelly walks through some of the programs in the UE and describes two core ways we can help you…
 
Reputation Management is the name of the game right now. Jeremy Ecker is back with us to get more in depth with details on the importance of getting those business reviews Whether you're trying to grow your business or you're trying to sell your business, either way you want it to have value and. Think about business reviews like word of mouth on s…
 
It’s a New Year, which means more Nu-Metal on the Roach Koach Podcast. This week we accept the challenge presented to us and listen to Hot Action Cop’s self titled album. What is the best month to listen to this album? Is Captain Morgan and Ecstasy a bad combination? What happens when you hook up with a “club slut”? All of this and more on this wee…
 
Start the year off right - put your Business up front amongst a sea of competitors. If you're not sure how or you haven't started yet, it's time to get serious about your company's reviews. In a nutshell - it's the report card your potential customers can all see, after all doesn't everyone google and check reviews before making a purchase? Jeremy …
 
This week, Kelly interviews Alli Webb, founder of Drybar. Drybar is a chain of salons that solely provide a hair styling service known as blowouts. The company is named one of the top “100 Brilliant Ideas of 2010” by Entrepreneur Magazine and New York Magazine’s Boom Brands of 2013. Kelly begins the interview by asking Alli about her entrepreneuria…
 
A neighbor with a new cold frame emailed me the other day, seeing colder weather finally in the forecast and wanting to know how to extend his season even longer inside the unit. Well, serendipitously, later that day I went to the post office and found a review copy of Niki Jabbour’s new book, “Growing Under Cover,” waiting for me, and had some ans…
 
This week, Kelly interviews Ryann Dowdy, master coach at the UE and CEO of Uncensored Consulting. In her 15-year sales career, Ryann worked her way up from sales rep, to Director of Sales, to successful CEO of her own company. Kelly and Ryann discuss the gap business owners experience in sales training and introduce the UE’s new Social Sellers Acad…
 
It’s the final Roach Koach of 2020! We’re going out with a double shot of System of a Down, as we listen to and discuss their last album (so far), Hypnotize. We talk about the humorless Songmeanings Dot Com pages, Matt’s blind spot for this album, Mitch at a System concert, and putting some extra grit on “Ass!” Also, do System of a Down deserve bac…
 
This week, Kelly interviews Ali Brown, Founder + CEO of the women’s business empowerment company We Lead and The Trust, a new premier global network for seven and eight-figure women entrepreneurs. Kelly begins by asking Ali about her background and the ideas and processes behind creating The Trust. Kelly and Ali dive into the importance of recogniz…
 
They’re the garden’s biggest residents, relative space-hogs who also dictate a lot of what goes on with the patterns of light and shade. I’m talking about trees. Today, Ken Druse and I are going to name some names of favorites, our desert-island trees, if you will—the ones we can’t imagine gardening without. You probably knew it when you heard us t…
 
This week on the Roach Koach podcast we bring good tidings and System of a Down! We talk all about their first of two 2005 albums, Mezmerize. Was Jenny on the wrong side of history? What was everyone listening to in 2005? Are these guys legends? Most importantly, do System of a Down deserve another spot in the Nu-Metal Canon? Also! -Who’s Tweeting …
 
This week, Kelly interviews Carrie Green, Founder and CEO of the Female Entrepreneur Association (FEA), author of the international bestseller, She Means Business, and accomplished public speaker! Kelly asks Carrie what inspired her to create her community, and the two discuss the concept of connectivity as it relates to entrepreneurship. Carrie te…
 
Planetary scientist and Hall of Famer guest Dr. Stuart Robbins joins Pat and Cristina to respond to a listener who asks why the Earth experiences two high tides instead of just one. Adam brings us a PSA on the dangers of double male end adapters, known as ‘suicide cords’. Dr. Stu rounds out the show with a follow-up to Adam’s ‘Life On Venus?’ segme…
 
I’ve spoken recently on the show about my personal war on certain groundcovers I planted years ago that have turned out to be hideous thugs. Many other gardeners I hear from have likewise come to lament their overly cooperative, spreading plant choices, like rambunctious vinca or pachysandra. We all want groundcovers to do weed-suppressing duty and…
 
This week on the podcast, Kelly talks about the combination of being resourceful and how to achieve what you set your mind to. She discusses what’s wrong with the idea of new year's resolutions, and the mistakes business owners tend to make in setting goals that actually lead to self-sabotage. Kelly parallels professional athletes to the business w…
 
A Roach Koach episode like you’ve never heard before. This week on the podcast we listen to the third and final choice of Greatest Hits month, Jenny’s pick, Mariah Carey’s #1 to Infinity. Is Mariah inevitable? Was her impact on pop culture seismic? What was her eyebrow journey? Just how many albums did she sell? Also in this episode: Lorin defends …
 
This week, Kelly interviews Grant Cardone, who built a multi-million dollar real estate investment company, is a leader in online sales education, a NYT Best Selling Author, and the star of a new reality TV show. Kelly and Grant discuss Grant’s experience on the reality show and the importance of having gratitude in life and business. Kelly talks w…
 
Adam wonders if brussel sprouts deserve their bad rap for tasting horrible and makes an interesting discovery in the process. Cristina looks into whether the song ‘12 Days Of Christmas’ is coded so persecuted Christians could pass down the tenets of their faith under the radar. Lastly, Darren brings us a roundup of recent additions to his book shel…
 
A “New York Times” column I did recently happily put me back in touch with organic farmer Kate Spring, who in our past conversations has always taught me how to think smarter about when to start seeds—like how to time succession sowings of vegetables for an extended harvest well into fall. This time she gave me a 101 on another kind of seed-sowing,…
 
This week on the podcast, Kelly shares three specific courses of action business owners can utilize in order to see exponential growth in their business. Kelly dives into the common issue of entrepreneurs trying to set many goals without going deep enough into the ones they already have. Kelly talks through the concept of "focusing on the center of…
 
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