04: Lucinda Cross: Manifest Your Desires

04: Lucinda Cross: Manifest Your Desires

Wouldn’t it be nice if we had a blueprint for achieving our dreams? Today, you are going to find out just how to get one! 

It’s not every day you get to talk to a Lifetime Achievement Winner! I am feeling especially lucky and extraordinarily inspired after speaking with Lucinda Cross. Lucinda is an entrepreneur on a mission to help people achieve their dreams. The secret to Lucinda’s success is her dream-driven Vision Boards. 

Lucinda used a Vision Board to turn her life around after 5 years in prison. By visualizing her dreams, Lucinda found a career that she loved and then opened herself up to a meaningful relationship. Lucinda has managed to visualize and manifest just about anything she sets her mind do. Today, you are going to get some of Lucinda’s best tips for cultivating your dreams, as well as a few of her secrets to success. For Lucinda, her lightbulb moment happened after taking a good, hard look at her dreams. Maybe it is time for us to do the same!   

More in this episode: 

  • Lucinda shares what it was like to get on the dating scene as a single mother. 
  • The shift that helped Lucinda allow room for love in her life. 
  • Lucinda shares her perspective as an entrepreneur with a balanced personal life. 
  • Why vision boards for your personal life actually work. 
  • Lucinda shares her experiences of cultivating dreams in prison. 
  • Vision boards are all about visualizing your goals. 
  • When Lucinda knew she had made it. 
  • A vision board is a blueprint. 
  • The steps you need to create a great vision board. 
  • Don’t let a setback hold you back. 


Website: www.lucindacross.com

Lucinda on Facebook

Lucinda on Twitter

Lucinda on Insta

Lucinda on YouTube


Essence Magazine article about Lucinda’s vision boards

03: Boundaries Help Creativity with Kathleen Shannon

03: Boundaries Help Creativity with Kathleen Shannon

How do boundaries unlock creativity? How do you know the difference between something that is right on paper, but isn’t right for you? 

I couldn’t think of a better way to open up the idea of boundaries than with someone who influenced my love of podcasting and creative entrepreneurship. Kathleen Shannon is the co-host of the Being Boss Podcast, one of the first shows I ever listened to. Along with her co-host, Kathleen has recently published the Being Boss book, which is truly incredible. She is also the heart and soul behind Braid Creative, a branding agency that focuses on creative businesses. 

Today, Kathleen is going to share all about her own creative process and how she learned how to say “No” to opportunities that wouldn’t serve her. I know you will be so inspired by what Kathleen has to share. After all, she has made a business out of inspiring others to do what they do best. Kathleen has advice for anyone who needs to start setting up professional boundaries in order to unlock their best life to live. You have something unique to offer the world. Make sure everything you do serves that unique offering! 

More in this episode: 

  • Kathleen’s lightbulb moment helped Kathleen learn how to use her values to set up creative boundaries. 
  • What made Kathleen realize what she was doing really wasn’t working. 
  • How to determine if an opportunity is for you or for someone else. 
  • The themes that come up over and over again for Kathleen. 
  • How to find your truth and your values. 
  • No limits can be paralyzing.
  • How to put boundaries in our relationships. 
  • How to enforce boundaries without being a jerk. 
  • What you need to learn in order to gain clarity over your boundaries. 
  • Infuse all that you do with intention


Resources from the Show:

Kathleen’s links:

Websites: www.beingboss.club/bookand www.braidcreative.com

FB page: facebook.com/beingbossclub


Twitter: twitter.com/beingbossclub


Insta: instagram.com/beingbossclub/



List of values: BeingBoss.club/values

Tim Ferriss, “Tools of Titans” 

What’s working/not working worksheet: BeingBoss.club/working

Kathleen Shannon of Being Boss on Lightbulb Moment Podcast
02: Design Your Workspace with Sarah Peck

02: Design Your Workspace with Sarah Peck

It’s time to do a little deep thinking about workplace environment. For many individuals, a bustling, crowded, workplace is invigorating. For others, it is crippling. Today, I am talking with a dear friend of mine, Sarah Peck. Sarah realized that her workplace environment wasn’t just uncomfortable, it was unsustainable. She described leaving work feeling like a soggy piece of bread! If that sounds like you, Sarah’s story has so much to offer.

Sarah’s lightbulb moment came when she realized she was a Highly Sensitive Person. Because she had a high sensitivity to noise and fluorescent lights, Sarah Peck knew that she needed to change her workplace environment. Today, you will find out how she made that happen, and what she is doing now to encourage organizations to design a better workspace. This brings up a whole world of conversation about company culture, the hiring process, and trusting your inner voice. You can design your life. It just takes time.

More in this episode:

  • What it means to be a Highly Sensitive Person.
  • What it does not mean to be HSP.
  • The workplace was what gave Sarah her lightbulb moment about being HSP.
  • How the workplace environment is changing.
  • Companies that invest in learning the psychographics of their employees make a strong company culture.
  • Remote has just as many problems as a bustling workplace.
  • Sarah describes her lightbulb moment.
  • How to determine the difference between nice and necessary.
  • What changed for Sarah Peck after she tried to change the environment from the inside.
  • How parenting changed her desires and needs for her workplace.
  • Pick your priorities and go after them.
  • How Sarah includes her favorite things.
  • You can design your life. It just takes time.



Connect with Sarah Peck:

Startup Pregnant

FB page



 Other Resources:

“Quiet” by Susan Cain

StrengthsFinder 2.0

Sally Hogshead’s How to Fascinate

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Dale Carnegie,“How to Win Friends & Influence People”

Get the Episode Transcript Here!

01: Success is a Journey with Katie Krimitsos

01: Success is a Journey with Katie Krimitsos

Success is not black-and-white. What does it take to shift our success mindset from results to growth?

Katie Krimitsos is an entrepreneur who loved the hustle but found herself chasing after success. It left her drained and scrambling, not the place she wanted to be so early on in the life of her business. After putting everything on the line, Katie faced unmet goals and total dissatisfaction. Her lightbulb moment came when she realized that she needed to focus more on her business journey, rather than some black-and-white definition of success.

Katie is going to teach you how to be money conscious without being money driven. You will see how she managed to detach from outcomes and transform her mindset instead. Katie is giving us all an invaluable reminder to pause and remember. When we do, gratitude for what we have just pours out of us, and we can stop the scramble. You can have the business you always wanted. It just takes a subtle shift in your mindset!

More in this episode:

  • How Katie learned how to visualize business.
  • We can always be transforming our definition of success.
  • Katie’s advice for battling negativity.
  • When Katie Krimitsos had her biggest lightbulb moment.
  • How to go from lack to abundance.
  • Focus less on the outcome and more on the moment.
  • Katie explains her love/hate relationship with goal setting.
  • Learn from Katie all about changing your mindset.
  • Marinate in the experiences you are having.

Resources from the Show:

Connect with Katie Krimitsos:

Biz Women Rock Website

Biz Women Rock FB group

Biz Women Rock FB page

Biz Women Rock on Twitter

Biz Women Rock on Instagram 

Other Resources:

Tony Robbins

Insight Timer for meditation

Get the Episode Transcript Here!

"Success is a journey, not a destination" with Katie Krimitsos on Lightbulb moment podcast from Becky Mollenkamp
00: Introducing Lightbulb Moment Podcast

00: Introducing Lightbulb Moment Podcast

In this introductory episode, Becky Mollenkamp introduces you to herself, her passion and her podcast! You’ll find out why Becky started the show and what kinds of conversations you can look forward to! There are so many exciting interviews to come. So take a quick listen to this introduction and then dive into the awesome interviews to come!