Posts by Dorothy Illson

043: The Society For Recovering Doormats

Dorothy is a lifelong habitual people-pleaser, which has turned out to be a problem more often than you might. While being nice and accommodating to friends and colleagues is one thing, it doesn’t help anyone if your boundaries are so minimal that you end up selflessly bending over backwards for people who prefer to walk…

042: The Courage To Be Different with Joshua Lance

Joshua Lance is the founder and managing director of Lance CPA Group, which provides virtual accounting services to craft breweries and digital agencies. Josh’s work has earned him industry-wide recognition, being recently listed on the CPA Practice Advisor’s 40 Under 40 list for 2018. He also provides pro bono services to non-profits and helped launch…

041: If It’s Not A Hell Yes, It’s A No

As we settle into 2019, Dorothy is rolling out and sticking to a new rule in her decision-making process: to honor her own time and only pursue the opportunities that make her go “Hell yes!”, rather than spread herself thin over a bunch of commitments that could be worthwhile but she nonetheless doesn’t feel so…

040: Quitting Alcohol And Bluffing Your Way To ESPN with James Swanwick

James Swanwick is the co-founder of Swanwick Sleep, which produces the “Swannies” line of blue light-blocking glasses that improve the sleep of their wearers. He is also an investor, host of the James Swanwick Show podcast, and the author of The 30-Day No Alcohol Challenge. A former ESPN anchor, James has interviewed numerous high-profile individuals…

039: Why You Need to OWN Your Faults

It’s a new year, and Do Well & Do Good is here to help start you off on the right foot! Whether you’re a new listener or a long-time fan, you’ll find important tips and strategies in this episode that will help you throughout 2019. We’re beginning with a heavier subject: your faults, your anxieties,…