In our podcast, Kelsey shared one of her favorite quotes from Miles Davis, "Do not fear mistakes. There are none.” In our conversation, she tells us her journey of discovery, from changing careers to discovering new talents, finding new friends, and surrendering to new experiences. I'm sure her story will inspire you!
Episode 53 | The Hidden Truth in Your Palms with James Divine
I decided to take the plunge and schedule a palm reading for myself after I had heard glowing recommendations. The experience was incredible! On today's podcast, he and I discuss the wisdom, insight, and guidance you can receive when you recognize the messages in your hands.
Episode 52 | Tiffany Shlain on The Power of Unplugging
Tiffany Shlain is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker, founder of the Webby Awards, author of 24/6: The Power of Unplugging One Day a Week, winner of the Marshall McLuhan Outstanding Book Award, and hosts a monthly #ZoomChallahBake. If you're to re-discover life beyond your screen - listen to today's episode!
Episode 51 | L.O.V.E. is the Answer with AJ Ali
I first "met" AJ on the app, Nextdoor. His spirit and message were so moving, I decided to contact him to purchase his book, "L.O.V.E. Is The Answer," about improving police-community relations, dismantling systemic racism, and helping people, in general, to learn how to love each other.
Episode 50 | Moon Water Magic with Barbara Mouradian
Barbara Mouradian is the creative force and magical moon water maker at her new company, Eye Love Love. She felt drawn to create moon waters - a practice she learned from both her mother and grandmother. Her creativity, passion, and inventiveness all came together to launch her new business -...
Episode 49 | Sally Lou Loveman - Your Story is Your Superpower
When I met Sally Lou Loveman, there was an instant connection. As the former audience producer for The Oprah Winfrey Show, Sally Lou had a front-row seat to the most powerful stories. She's also the author of the book SPEAK: Love Your Story, Your Audience Is Waiting. She believes that we all have...
Episode 48 | Ajeesh Ashok - Writer by day. Rider by night.
Oh, the world has a funny way of bringing people together! Ajeesh was surfing the web late at night in India, feeling rather stressed under the COVID quarantine, when an ad for one of my online courses magically popped up. A few clicks later, he officially became a student of...
Episode 47 | Jesal Trivedi - Building a Modern Way to Meditate
Jesal Trivedi is an entrepreneur with a mission to help beginning meditators build their practice through technology. His company, Aduri, features a signature product - a "smart" meditation cushion linked with resources plus an online community to help you build a regular meditation practice.
Episode 46 | Meet Heroine Trainer Xandra Robinson-Burns
Xandra Robinson-Burns is a Writer and the Protagonist of Heroine Training. She writes about daily life, being the heroine of our own stories, and finding wisdom in what we do for fun. Her membership programme, Everyday Wonderland, helps readers find wonder where they already are, away from screens.
Episode 45 | Dr. Marcy Cole: On Love, Authenticity + Connection
Dr. Marcy Cole is a Holistic Psychotherapist, Writer, Speaker, and Wellness Educator at a K-6 independent school in Bel Air, California. In today's podcast, we discuss the power of trusting your intuition, connecting with people, and the magic that's created as a result.
Episode 44 | Mindy Meiering - The Healing Power of Gratitude
When Mindy told me about her healing journey with cancer and how her Rose Quartz bracelet helped her along the way - I knew I had to have her on the podcast! Even better, in this episode she shares her tips for cultivating gratitude every day. These small practices make...
Episode 43 | Jess Glazer - Making an Impact and Leaving a Legacy
On the podcast, Jess shares a fabulous New Years ritual that has helped her and her husband manifest exactly what they've desired and more. By merging big visions with actionable steps, their goals have been achieved time and time again. Better yet - their success has enabled them to give...
Episode 42 | Naomi Ackerman - Changing Lives Through The Arts
Naomi Ackerman is the fabulous Founder of The Advot Project. Through arts education, they prepare youth for success by teaching them communication and relationship skills, helping them shift their belief systems to become self-advocates so that they can live their best lives and reach their full potential.
Episode 41 | Aarika Rhodes for Congress!
Not only is Aarika an accomplished teacher, I've been fortunate to have her inspire my own kids for the past 4 years inside her classroom. Now, she's running for Congress! If elected, Aarika will support small businesses, work to close the income gap, and fight for every child’s right to...
Episode 40 | Ray Signore on Living His Next Adventure
I'm so happy to introduce you to someone in my family! Ray Signore is my beloved cousin-in-law (is that a thing?). His passion for cooking, family and Italy is utterly contagious. In our conversation, he shares how his latest wish came true!
Episode 39 | Jodi Harrison Bauer on Being Fearlessly Authentic
Jodi defines herself as an ageless warrior and an advocate against ageism. In her studio, on radio and podcast and across her social channels, Jodi focuses on empowering women. She encourages others to step out of their comfort zone, jump outside of the box to create the life they desire and...