Episode #186: Business Lessons from my Dad

Jun 16, 2022

In honour of Father’s Day, I’ve put together a very special episode of the Business of Thinking Big podcast. In this episode, I share six of the most insightful and powerful lessons about business that I learned from my dad.


When it comes to marketing, my dad was expert. At the time of his retirement, he was the Media Director for The Hudson’s Bay Company, and that’s just one of many high-level marketing positions that he held during his long and successful career. Though he retired before the rise of digital media, the lessons that he passed on to me are fundamental business principles that still hold up strongly today. As I’ve built a thriving business and helped other mompreneurs grow their own, his teachings have continued to guide me.


Now, I want to share them with YOU.


This episode does get a little emotional, but I believe that vulnerability and authenticity are important… and I KNOW that you’ll find amazing benefit in these timeless lessons. Grab a pen, and let’s get started.


In‌ ‌this‌ ‌episode,‌ ‌you’ll learn:‌ ‌

  • The importance of doing things YOUR way and figuring out how your brain works best
  • Why the loudest voice in the room isn’t always the most respected — even when they’re in a leadership role
  • How to cultivate a healthier and more productive money mindset at any income


Timestamps:‌ ‌

00:01  Intro

02:01  My father’s career

03:24  You don’t have to be loud

04:59  Don’t take yourself too seriously

07:02  Do it your way 

09:07  Don’t stress about money

12:05  Ask for what you want

14:33  Make people feel special


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Facebook: @liannekimcoach

Instagram: @liannekimcoach


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