1: Jodee Bock (Bock’s Office) – “Transformation vs Change”


Jodee Bock of Bock's Office Transformational Consulting is my guest in the very first episode of the Business Connection Project podcast.

Jodee shares her wisdom and her passions for transformation and helping people. Throughout our discussion Jodee also shares many great nuggets of truth about the journey of life we all go through.

[NOTE: This podcast was originally recorded on July 25, 2016.]

Guest Information

Guest: Jodee Bock
Business: Bock's Office Transformational Consulting
Email: jodee@bocksoffice.com
Phone: 701-730-1827
Website: www.BocksOffice.com
Website: www.InviteToTheWhite.com




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Guest Bio

Jodee Bock

Jodee Bock is a native North Dakotan and accidental entrepreneur who learned, through a series of careers in industries as diverse as sports journalism to real estate, that she is constitutionally unemployable. Because of that discovery, she founded Bock’s Office Transformational Consulting where, since 2005, she has been providing coaching, speaking, facilitation, development and delivery of customized workshops and seminars in the areas of leadership, communication, and accountability. She holds certifications in Life Purpose and Career Coaching, LifeSuccess Consulting, PSYCH-K Facilitation, and Accelerated Innovation Facilitation.

Jodee is also the Regional Entrepreneurial Partner for the Dakotas region of Master Networks, a membership network of learning-based, service-oriented entrepreneurs and business leaders who meet weekly to connect, share, and prosper.

Jodee is author of the books Own Your Story: The Invitation, and the second volume: Own Your Story: Goals to Glory; The 100% Factor: Living Your Capacity; as well as the blog InviteToTheWhite.com. She is co-author of the books Inviting Dialogue and Don’t Miss Your Boat.

When she’s not writing, coaching or speaking, Jodee is probably singing with the City of Lakes Chorus, an award-winning barbershop chorus in Minneapolis or her quartet called The Six Foot Four, or keeping busy as the head scorekeeper for the NDSU men’s and women’s basketball teams.