Episode 22: Marina Galan - Understanding misunderstanding

 
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I have the privilege of knowing some pretty amazing people, and my guest for this episode of the podcast is certainly one of those. Marina Galan always shares such depth and wisdom and I am so happy to share her with you. In this episode we explore the many different ways in which we all misunderstand life and ourselves, and how clearing up that misunderstanding can lead to a deeper richness of being alive.

You can contact Maria via email sivirika at yahoo dot com

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Episode 21: Kristy Halvorsen - The beauty of coddiwompling

 
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Friend and colleague Kristy Halvorsen (http://yourevolution.com) is coddiwompling through life. Don't know that word? Neither did I, but oh boy do I love what it points to. In this episode, we talk about the amazing adventures life can have in store if we're open to them, what grand things there are to see, and what gets in the way for all of us. (Check out Kristy's Instagram for more of her adventures - https://www.instagram.com/coddiwomple_now)

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Episode 20: Lynne Robertson - Coming alive solves everything

 
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What would life be like if you had a genuine love for being alive? What if there was a sparkle in your eye, a lightness in your heart, a pep in your step? Could that help? I explore this and more with my lovely guest Lynne Robertson.

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Episode 19: Karen DiMarco & John El-Mokadem - A new way to look at health

 
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If you suffer with chronic health conditions like chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia or pain - this is a must listen episode. Karen and John individually came to see something very powerful about their own chronic conditions which allowed them to recover. They now work with others to help them get their lives back and have a deeper understanding of their own health**. To learn more about their work visit http://breakthroughthat.com/foh/

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** Disclaimer: While the speakers in this podcast do talk about their personal experiences with transformed health, none of them are doctors and nor do they claim to be. The content of this audio is for educational purposes only and not meant to be used to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any medical conditions. It is not suitable material for self-help and nor is it a substitute for proper medical treatment. You must not change your medical treatment regimen because of any information in this audio, and should always consult your doctor for any medical advice. Any changes that you make are entirely your own responsibility and at your own risk.

Episode 18: Wyn Morgan - What about REAL problems?

 
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I get to have some of the most wonderful conversations, and with my guest Wyn Morgan there was no exception. For those who may listen to the podcast and think, "well that's nice, but what about REAL problems. What does any of this have to do with those?" - this is the episode for you! Wyn is a delight, and has a few things to say about real problems. If you would like to be in contact with him, you can reach him at Wyn at wynning.co.uk

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Episode 17: Judy Cornish - The Good News of Dementia

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Judy Cornish, founder of the Dementia and Alzheimer's Wellness Network (DAWN - https://thedawnmethod.com/), is spreading good news about dementia. This intrigued me, as my own mother has dementia, and it never even occurred to me there was anything good in it. I'm happy to have a new perspective thanks to Judy, and to share her and her work with you!

For the workshop mentioned visit https://thedawnprogram.com

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Episode 16: Joel Drazner - The heart of human resilience

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It seems likely that when you talk to a resilience coach, resilience is going to come up. And it definitely did in this conversation with Joel Drazner (http://www.joeldrazner.com). In this episode we talk about any human’s capacity to “bounce back”, the inherent beauty and inadequacy of communicating with words, and what underlies it all. This was one of those delicious conversations that I savored when I listened back. Enjoy and happy listening.

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Episode 15: Sandra Koenig - Branding from the inside out

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What an amazing way to look at branding, marketing and business! Sandra Koening and I sat down and talked about branding from the inside out, and I have to say, this is one juicy topic. I saw so much around business while Sandra was speaking. I highly recommend you give a listen if you’re new to business, a solopreneur, thinking of rebranding, or just want to see something new about presenting yourself to the world.

See more from Sandra at http://brandingharmony.com/ or http://sandrakoenig.com/

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Episode 14: Andrew Hogan - The practicality of respect

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Andrew Hogan (http://govisioneers.com/) has worked with groups and teams for years, helping them work together and reach goals. He's seen something so simple and practical in how coming from a place of respect for those you work with always make the process smoother. Maybe not rocket science, but where does respect come from? What if someone you work with looks "unrespectable"? Andrew talks about this and so much more (stay tuned in for his insight on personal freedom!) in this episode.

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Episode 13: Jo Winchombe - Parenting from the inside out

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A beautiful and delightful conversation with Jo Winchombe in this week's podcast. We focus mainly on parenting and relationship, but also meander around the beauty of being a human and experiencing life's ups and downs. What is it to parent from "the inside out", to allow your children their own path, and to see the value in all of it? Questions to ponder as you listen. You can contact Jo directly at jojo152 at mac.com.

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Episode 12: Kristi Palma and Chris Westfall - The art of collaboration

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Two amazing people for the price of one this week! Chris Westfall (www.westfallonline.com) and Kristi (kristipalma@ymail.com) recently paired up to collaborate on a client project and share a bit about what they learned and insights they gained from the experience. We then took the conversation broader and talked about teamwork and collaboration - what makes or breaks your interactions with others. A helpful conversation to listen to if you are or will be working with teams.

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Episode 11: Thomas Jensen - It's all in the feeling

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Curl up with a cup of tea and let your mind wander while you listen to Thomas Jensen (https://www.facebook.com/ThomJens) and I talk about life. Don't worry about "getting it", just listen. And if you find a lovely feeling, go with that. That's what I did while listening to Thomas, and I'm so glad I did!

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Episode 10: Julie Stuart - Working with life's transitions

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Julie Stuart (www.juliestuart.com) wanted to talk about Transformation (with a capital ‘T’) when we sat down for our conversation, and oh how glad I am that she did. A beautiful conversation around change unfolded during our time together. I think there is something in this that will be relevant to anyone who is either struggling with internal or external life transitions, or someone who is looking for change.

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Episode 09: Bev Willcocks - The mind's role in weight loss

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Struggling with physical appearance is something that so many of us can relate to, which is why I am so glad that Bev Willcocks and I sat down and talked about it. We touch on something deeper and more valuable than trying to "fix ourselves". While we speak mostly about weight, there is so much juicy stuff in this conversation for any one who struggles with anything about their appearance. (To contact Bev, email her at bev at bevwillcocks.com)

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Episode 08: Brad Gallup - True connection and communication

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So much in this conversation with Brad Gallup (http://bradgallup.com)! He talks about his military experience and his journey of healing the trauma that it left. He now works with horses and helps people discover something new about themselves through seeing and interacting with the animals, which is amazing and beautiful to me. Our conversation lead to seeing more about the nature of connection and communication and was insightful to me, and I hope it is for you as well.

(You can also see more of Brad's work at http://www.mensleadershipalliance.org/)

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Episode 07: Kristi Palma - Nature and the creative process

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This was a fun and enlightening convo with the wonderful Kristi Palma. It's a great listen for artistic or creative types, or any one who wants to understand the "human operating system" :) If you like what you hear and want to talk to Kristi about writing or coaching possibilities, you can reach her at kristipalma at ymail dot com.

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Episode 06: Mitchell Bakst - Figure out anything

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So many wise words from Mitchell Bakst (http://www.mitchellbakst.com/) in this week's podcast episode. We spend a lot of time "zoomed out" looking at the bigger picture of life, which turns out to be quite valuable when you zoom back in. I particularly liked talking about our innate capacity to figure out anything in life. 

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Episode 05: Jhanna Dawson - How do things change?

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Such a fun time with Jhanna Dawson (http://www.jhannadawson.com/) Listening back to our conversation, the theme of change seemed to emerge - from her entire past relationship with her mother changing in the blink of an eye, to forgiveness, to changing our minds and ourselves. We playfully explore all these things and more in these week's episode. Enjoy!

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Episode 04: Kim Kaase - Permission to not have sh*t together

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I really enjoyed my conversation with friend and transformational coach extraordinaire Kim Kaase (http://www.life-leap.com/). In this episode we explore what's possible when you take stuff OFF your plate (instead of putting more on), what tapping into your humanity looks like, and having permission to NOT have your sh*t together. We had a lot of fun. Enjoy! 

(To reach Kim, email her at kim@life-leap.com)

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Episode 03: Robin Taffin - Ridiculous Confidence

In this episode, Robin Taffin and I explore some interesting topics. We look at how much control we actually have in our lives and question whether what we feel is tied to our circumstances. We also take a look at, in Robin's words, where ridiculous levels of confidence come from. I got a lot out of this conversation. Take a listen and "see" what you see. (FYI - some playful adult language in this one!)

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