In this episode, Brian Kramer and Courtney Smith Kramer are a dynamic husband and wife duo renowned for their expertise in marketing, branding, and human to human business strategy. They talk with Jocelyn and Brian about the themes from The Little Mermaid movie—leaving your comfort zone, having hope, and being curious.

Highlights and Takeaways from the Podcast:

  • We can all live in the gain versus the gap. What will we do in the moment,
  • and what resources do we need?
  • If you can’t trust yourself, then you need to create a situation where people
  • can feel it energetically.
  • You cannot ask for trust; it’s earned through action.
  • The themes in “The Little Mermaid” were trust, accountability, resiliency,
  • adaptability, and vulnerability.
  • If you can change your ways, you can change your thinking, you can
  • change… company culture.
  • It takes a sense of humor to get through some of the biggest challenges in
  • business; if you’re not laughing, you’re crying.
  • Facing your fear and overcoming it is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself.
  • “Leaving your comfort zone… it’s in almost every single child’s movie.
  • That’s what kids need to learn.
  • Leaving your comfort zone, having hope, and being curious are all
  • interconnected and essential for personal growth and fulfillment.


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