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If you have a job or want a job, this pod is for you. Host Jodi Katz invites beauty industry leaders into her studio for vulnerable and honest conversations about their career journey. No longer willing to perpetuate the myth that everything is shiny, glossy and perfect in our lives, Jodi disarms guests as they ditch the "PR-speak" to discuss the realities of life/work balance, how to find joy in their busy lives and how they advance their career. Jodi is a beauty marketing expert, public sp ...
 
Every week, get a real look into a live, one-on-one coaching sessions with Coach, Breathwork Guide and Healer, Gwen Dittmar. Gwen coaches men and women just like you who are challenged by the grittiness of human life and to see the beauty in our biggest blocks and hardest challenges. Guests are opening themselves up to be vulnerable with Gwen, and with you, the listener, so that you can know that you're not alone in the beautiful grit of life.
 
Join Nutritional Therapy Practitioner Allie Hobson and Certified Transformational Nutrition Coach Chelsea Gross each week for genuine and knowledge-packed conversations about real food, gut health, diet freedom, mindset and so much more. Their fun, relatable and vulnerable insight will inspire and empower you to take control of your health, mind and body so you can become a high-vibe wellness babe.
 
The Hair Game is a series brought to you by Salon Republic and hosted by founder Eric Taylor, who, after 18 yrs in the hair game, has seen a lot of s#!@ go down. We go deep with the beauty industry's most interesting players, we educate and tell stories about the things you care about, and we get into the business side of the game so you can earn more and keep more. Also check out the video content on salonrepublic.com/thehairgame.
 
I am sharing with you all my reflections along my journey. Lessons about Shattering Preconceived notions. Hope you enjoyed my takeaways. Think of this as a live journal/diary. Check out DavidsonHang.com for my blog for self-development topics and vulnerable sharing on lessons I've learned along the way in this beautiful world we live in.
 
Hosted by Laura Cathcart Robbins, a writer and a recovery thriver and survivor, Laura found herself in an all too familiar position. In September 2018, she was the only black woman in the room at Brave Magic, a famed writer’s retreat. After it was over, she wrote about her “only one” experience in The Huffington Post and comments started flooding into her DM. These comments were from people from all races, ethnicities, creeds, and nationalities who had felt “othered”. Laura beautifully inter ...
 
Hello, my name is Susie. I started the Inside Out Series because I wanted to encourage lighthearted and relatable conversations around anything and everything taboo! Each episode will feature a guest speaker; we’ll get down to the nitty gritty of what’s going on in their lives and then play a game of life on a desert island…hopefully one day we’ll have a mailbag too! You can find us on Instagram @susieflory or please email susie@susieflory.com for any inquiries. Thank you so much for listening!
 
Transman Perspective dives into the beautifully complex layers of transition and what it's like navigating the world as a trans person from the point of view of Coen, a transman in his 30's. The focus is on the rarely mentioned aspects of transition - what happens emotionally, socially, and internally.Delivered in a raw, vulnerable, and stream-of-consciousness style to give an authentic look inside, Coen's mission is to tell a different story of transition that will help others understand th ...
 
Celebrity actress Tammin Sursok and entertainment host Roxy Manning co-host a hilarious podcast that delves into the truths about being female, being a mother and the general chaos that goes with trying to navigate life with boobs, burp cloths, and the strong desire to have a life.
 
"You had the power all along my dear."- Glinda the Good Witch We are all valuable and have abundant potential. However, there are roadblocks everywhere that bombard us and convince us otherwise. This potential in the core of our being is our inner goddess. Once we can tap into the goddess within us - along with faith, courage, and support from others - we can do wonders. Welcome to Grateful Goddesses with Karen Pulver. Join Karen on this journey of self-care and self-discovery to unleash you ...
 
How She Really Does It, is a place for you to learn how to create the life you want. It is the place where inspiration + possibility meet. Here you can create your life, your way in a REAL way that fits you, where you belong. This show is a place for you to learn, grow, create and tweak your life. The show is a place to see the glimmer of possibilities from other people's experiences and/or research.
 
The Inclusion Works podcast explores the secrets of building inclusive culture at work and in the community. We’ll be joined by leaders, experts and activists all working to bring fresh thinking to the inclusion debate. We’ll be asking those all-important questions to find out more about them, their work and how they make inclusion work. If you’re interested in driving change, accelerating diversity or simply finding ways to be more inclusive every day, then join us for Inclusion Works. Beca ...
 
Conversations with hidden heroes making big societal change. Many of us want to make life better for others and the planet. Few people devote their life to it. Even fewer try to tackle the big systemic issues, like climate change, inequality, consumerism. In years working at the intersection of impact and strategy, Julia has been fascinated by these hidden heroes. Beyond what they’re doing, we explore how they got here, how they keep going, what they’re still learning. Join the conversation, ...
 
At Big Bright Dark, we explore the questions we face, the fears that haunt us and the possibilities that rise before us in this time of great human and planetary uncertainty. We explore how these things might be reasons to create, to be in community, to be honest and vulnerable, to find the bright spots, and to become wiser versions of ourselves in the process.
 
Raj Jana is the Founder and Chief Brewing Officer at JavaPresse Coffee Company, a lifestyle brand on a mission to help people experience happier lives through the coffee they love. In the Stay Grounded Podcast, he interviews people from all walks of life to discuss happiness, success, fulfillment, and ways to infuse it all into daily life. Find out more at www.javapresse.com/podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Quirky Beautiful Life is a podcast about living life outside of the ordinary. We all have our own ways of approaching life in a non-traditional way. Let's come together and connect in those ways. The podcast covers a wide range of topics including: non-traditional relationships and how we can choose to define 'family', stepping outside of capitalism and learning how to come together as a community to survive and thrive in this world, following our passion and life's purpose in the work that ...
 
The Inspiring Lives Podcast looks inside the minds of some of the world’s foremost thought leaders. We interview top health experts, nutritionists, entrepreneurs, athletes and professionals who are pushing their personal boundaries and living truly inspired lives. Learn how their struggles, successes and failures have helped to shaped their own views and discover key insights that can help you live a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life today.
 
Rise into the ethers and elevate the globe with your hosts Britt + Tara of Elevate the Globe - the spiritual lifestyle movement. We are driven by one single mission: elevating the vibration of the planet, one person at a time. Here we will discuss ancient & modern spiritual principles, practices, and tools to elevate the vibration of your own energy. Many episodes will be interviews with guests who will speak about their favorite ways to elevate themselves and their journey of moving closer ...
 
Join self-trust coach Shohreh Davoodi as she and her diverse guests bring needed color and vibrancy to otherwise black-and-white conversations about health and well-being. The podcast exposes common myths and misconceptions about what it means to be “healthy” and explores the ways in which diet culture, standards of beauty, and systems of oppression have shaped our beliefs about health. Shohreh gives her listeners tools they can use to redefine health and wellness for themselves by delving i ...
 
Ever felt like a stranger in your own life? Artist Samantha Paige, the creator of Last Cut, did for far too long. It wasn't until she began deep, vulnerable self-inquiry and actively listened to the answers that her life began to change. A young adult cancer survivor and BRCA previvor, who suffered from PTSD and debilitating panic attacks, she finally started making the significant decisions, or last cuts, that made her feel as if her life were her own again. With this new way of being, she ...
 
Welcome to In the Wake with Whytli!I am a certified life coach and a mental health advocate. I am also a survivor of sexual and mental abuse. The phrase 'in the wake' means the ‘result of something occurring’ and I originally started this podcast as a result of my story and everything I have overcome. I continuously choose to rise up from the trenches and speak up about these various taboo and stigmatized topics. I choose empowerment, growth, and empathy. As I continue on my healing and self ...
 
A Byte-sized podcast about Containers, Cloud, and Tech. The Byte Podcast hosted by Brian Christner. He is known to turn coffee into containers, co-founder of 56K.Cloud, and can be caught mountain biking when not behind the microphone/keyboard. Each episode of The Byte is short and to the point podcasts twice a week about topics from Container, Cloud, to general Technology. Tune in every Tuesday and Thursday for the latest episodes Be sure to subscribe, follow, and like The Byte Podcast. Show ...
 
What’s up world! Your man Jay here! Listen, a young guy who’s been blessed and endowed with an Old Soul; a man that has a lot to say, and wants the WHOLE WORLD to hear it. So HEAR ME OUT! This podcast is about everything we as a people endure: Love | Relationships | God, (Spirituality) and a wide range of topics that consists of our struggles, to our Success and everything in-between! Ride this wave with me.. One Love
 
Life is a journey and Bonnie Gray, author & speaker, has a way of sparking soul-to-soul conversations and stories to caffeinate a life of faith. A podcast for people who care about nurturing the soul, exploring creativity, being real and experiencing faith rather than simply talking about it. Brewing encouragement for your soul and your journey.
 
Two Rare Mama Bears, a Cure CMD Podcast - where we discuss all things Congenital Muscular Dystrophy and Rare Disease...All subtypes, ages, abilities and topics with the intent to connect the CMD community. This podcast is about bringing together affected individuals, their family, researchers, clinicians, industry, and policy-makers to have conversations with the goal of moving the needle on the mission of Cure CMD. Hosts: Megan Meyer and Matty Manley.
 
If you host retreats or daydream about someday leading a group of people on transformational journeys AND getting paid for it, welcome! Host Darla LeDoux interviews seasoned retreat leaders, experience curators, rockstar business owners, and transformation experts for the inside scoop on what it takes to do this world-changing work. You’ll also hear super juicy tips from Darla herself. She’s led sixty plus powerful and profitable retreats, made plenty of mistakes, AND wrote the book! You can ...
 
A show about creatives & innovators doing good for the world. Stories of finding your voice & mission, connecting with an audience and staying true in this fast moving landscape of social media and over the internet content. New episodes every other Wednesday. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stateoftheartist/support
 
"I Said What I Said" is a raucous self development podcast about closing the gap between who we are and who we want to be. From career changes and problematic friendships, to mediocre sex and the navigating money; sisters Mukundwa and Nyak explore how to prioritise your pleasure and move with intention. ON HIATUS
 
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Author Douglas Kaine McKelvey shares how we can practice the presence of Christ through the use of liturgical prayers, not just in church, but in our homes. In his book, "Every Moment Holy," McKelvey offers liturgical prayers for all occasions, like going on a trip, stargazing, gardening, or moving into a new home. He tells why practicing the prese…
 
Pleasure, passion, and pelvic floor! The three Ps of self-care. Join Karen Pulver and her goddesses in this episode, where they talk to sexual therapist, Cheryl Sloane, who answers all your sex-ed questions and offers insights and benefits about orgasms. Learn how, by loving and enjoying our own bodies at any age, we can remain strong, empowered, a…
 
Season seven was our most downloaded season EVER! Thank you all so much for listening and sharing. Please enjoy this fan-favorite from season six, while Laura and Scott continue to record brand-new episodes for season eight of The Only One In The Room. Producer and writer Tony Spatafora has a wicked sense of humor and a heart of gold. Known for Soc…
 
These are my powerful takeaways from his 4-day conference with 12,000 other people. 1. See it as it is, not worst than it is 2. Energy is everything 3. Bring certainty to the table 4. If you don't measure it you can't manage it 5. Would you ever date a 5? (energy level wise) 6. The quality of your emotions is the quality of your life 7. You can tra…
 
*Trigger Warning* This is a heavier episode as we speak of eating disorders, habits of binging and restricting, triggers, diet culture, and recovery. If you are suffering or recovering from an eating disorder or body dysmorphia, please listen with caution or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set …
 
In this episode, Sodexo’s Global Diversity & Inclusion Officer Margot Slattery shares how the global food services and facilities management company makes its D&I strategy both globally consistent and locally relevant across 60+ countries and a workforce of 420,000 people. Margot also shares some lessons she learned from her work as an LGBTQ+ activ…
 
For those of you who are as obsessed with Elizabeth Day’s ‘How to fail’ as I am, you’ll already know all about our upcoming guest. And for those who don’t, you’re in for a treat. Today I was honoured to speak to Mo Gawdat, the former chief business officer for google ex and author of Solve for Happy where he discusses an algorithm he has created fo…
 
Scott Slaughter co-host and producer of The Only One In The Room has a short and casual, yet deep conversation with our guest Tracy McMillan right after the show. Don't miss our new Now Normal series releasing every Thursday. If you'd like to ask a question on the Dear Laura segment or of an upcoming guest on Now Normal be sure to join our Facebook…
 
Imagine your life as an open book on YouTube. Harold and Rachel Earls, co-authors of the book, "A Higher Calling," share how God moved them from doing YouTube videos as just a fun hobby to making a difference as missionaries to the world. Show Notes and Resources Find resources from this podcast at https://shop.familylife.com/Products.aspx?category…
 
Happy Thanksgiving!! This week, Jimmy chats with long-time patron favorites Jenny and Tyler about fighting for your flourishing in this crazy year of 2020. Jimmy also announces their exclusive album releasing to our higher level patrons next week! Get ready to be inspired by their beautiful artistry and even more by their beautiful family. And on B…
 
Season seven was our most downloaded season EVER! Thank you all so much for listening and sharing. Please enjoy this fan-favorite from season six, while Laura and Scott continue to record brand-new episodes for season eight of The Only One In The Room. What if your white mother couldn’t raise you and your black father, who adored you, was in and ou…
 
If the thought of meal prep transports you back to tupperware containers filled with sad, flavorless food from your dieting days, you're not alone. That's why I invited Talia Koren, the founder of Workweek Lunch, on the podcast to talk about how to prep your meals without the side of diet culture. Talia shared some of her favorite strategies for ap…
 
THE IMPACT. Tim Leberecht: Is co-founder and co-CEO of the House of Beautiful Business, a global think tank and community bringing together leaders and changemakers to make humans more human and business more beautiful Was chief marketing officer of NBBJ, a global design and architecture firm; and chief marketing officer of product design and innov…
 
“When I find presence, that is when intuition can come in.” We don’t only experience grief after the death of a loved one. We also experience grief when our plans are forced to change. Late last year, Phoebe Mroczek was hit by a car in downtown Austin. After choosing the path of positivity to empower her healing, Phoebe was able to explore an even …
 
Today we celebrate 100 episodes with some GRATITUDE! We’ve identified the five most common Gratitude Blocks, the five sneaky thoughts and stories that we tell ourselves that just keep popping up in our lives, and we’re going to share some practices, tools, and mindset you can use to move past these blocks and attract more abundance + gratitude into…
 
When @barbersocietyla & @modownbarberexhibit founder Lu got her haircut from shoulder-length hair to a skin fade, it turned her life upside down. She shares her journey toward her authentic self and how she chose to keep living. SHOW NOTES: • Her experience in barber shops shaping her journey to hair • How getting a haircut showed her the power of …
 
Known for openness about their marriage on social media, Harold and Rachel Earls have co-authored a book, called "A Higher Calling." Hear the unique story of how God brought them together. Show Notes and Resources Find resources from this podcast at https://shop.familylife.com/Products.aspx?categoryid=130. Download FamilyLife's new app! https://www…
 
Hello, my name is Susie Flory, and welcome back to Season Two of The Inside Out Series, the Podcast that celebrates everything and anything taboo. Each week, I am joined by an inspiring guest who opens, shares their story and, helps teach me all of those all-important life lessons we didn’t actually learn at school. Firstly, I just wanted to say th…
 
When we see our kids headed in the wrong direction, we want to help turn them around. But ultimately, it's our child's choice. Author Craig Svensson talks to the Wilsons about his son's ongoing battle with drug addiction. While Craig and his wife tried every avenue possible to find him help, Eric continued to use. After fifteen years on and off the…
 
We close out our seventh season with our friend and podcaster, Erica Mandy. Erica helps people stay informed without the overwhelm with the daily news podcast, The NewsWorthy. Erica is an award-winning broadcast journalist and former TV news reporter. Erica spent the last decade -- on TV, radio, and online -- reporting news and sharing stories arou…
 
My good friend Gina asked me to share tips on networking and how to approach building relationships. I want to share the following tips that have served me well in cultivating new relationships and making it a priority to stay in touch with friends and family. Figure out who you want to surround yourself with. Who lights you up, and who makes you h…
 
Kini Chang is a practicing Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Oakland, CA. Her passion and expertise is in intergenerational trauma, addressing systemic and historical trauma experienced by communities of color. She prides herself in a holistic approach to treatment where her modalities and interventions support and heal the whole person. Sh…
 
Priya Rao has worked at nearly every beauty and fashion magazine out there. After starting her career in banking, a sitcom worthy roommate situation opened her eyes to the world of creative pursuits. She realized if she was willing to journey off the beaten path, she could lead a more exciting and creative career - so she did. Listen in to this wee…
 
In this week’s episode, we talk to Eric Pliner, CEO at YSC Consulting, about the central challenge of DEI work — will your efforts be effective? Eric shares YSC’s process for guiding clients to envision their desired future and backwards-engineer the interventions and factors required for those outcomes. He details why many organizations’ approache…
 
Scott Slaughter co-host and producer of The Only One In The Room has a short and casual, yet deep conversation with our guest William Fitzsimmons right after the show. Don't miss our Now Normal series releasing every Thursday. Be sure to join our Facebook Group for the most up-to-date info on guests, episodes and more. You can also DM us on Instagr…
 
I invited author and researcher Lindo Bacon onto the podcast to chat about their new book, Radical Belonging: How to Survive and Thrive in an Unjust World (While Transforming It for the Better). Lindo and I discussed identity and connection, the tension between being authentic and needing to conform to survive, and how to see people around us more …
 
What if, while looking to adopt, two babies stole your heart, one white and one Black. And when you looked at them, you just knew that they were both your daughters. William Fitzsimmons, singer, songwriter and producer, adopted his two daughters with his now ex-wife, knowing that as a White man, it would be important to learn to take care of his Bl…
 
Regular contributor Fr. Ryan Adorjan sits down again with Jimmy for a conversation inspired by Michael D. O'Brien’s novel Strangers and Sojourners. They dive into themes of freedom, vulnerability, and what it means to "love the enemy within." We're only a week away from the holiday season, so be sure to follow Love Good on Instagram and catch all t…
 
There's a big difference between telling the truth and telling the whole truth. FamilyLife Today co-host Bob Lepine explains why dishonest, and even partial truth, can plant seeds of distrust and put a marriage on shaky ground. Show Notes and Resources Learn more about the Love Like You Mean It video series with Bob Lepine. https://www.familylife.c…
 
“Our grief is sacred and it’s a rite of passage.” 2020 has forced us all to explore our relationship with grief. At some level, we’re all grieving - for unexplored plans, for the old way of living, and for loved ones who are no longer with us. You may know I lost my grandmother and aunt recently to COVID-19. As my family moves through our grief, I’…
 
JBrave has such incredible wisdom and gifts to share, and he does that through powerful expression, music, and poetry that touches the heart and soul. We talk about his own personal journey, how sometimes the hardest experiences can give us the biggest lessons, and how to move through what’s happening in the world today at a higher frequency. We ch…
 
The second part of our chat with Lisa Walker, aka @lisalovesbalayage takes us into the discussion of responsibility... are you owning up to the things you need to? We also chat about business tips and the common mistakes colorists are making. SHOW NOTES: • Starting Balayage Boot Camp • How Covid has affected her education business • Common mistakes…
 
Does your spouse consider you a kind person? Author Bob Lepine talks about the characteristics that define love as described in 1 Corinthians 13, focusing on the virtue of kindness. A kind person, Lepine explains, is someone who actively seeks to bless another person. Consider the ways you could bless your spouse by proactively meeting their need o…
 
Romance novels are big business. According to the Romance Writers of America, the romance fiction industry is worth $1.08 billion dollars a year, which makes it about a third larger than the inspirational book industry, and about the size of the mystery novel genre and science fiction/fantasy genre markets combined. Look up the top selling romance …
 
What marks a man as good? Son of author Sally Clarkson, Nathan Clarkson, points out 15 characteristics that join together to define a good man, including adventurous, devout, heroic and yes, emotional. Clarkson reminds us that even Jesus wept and allowed his heart to be moved by the needs people had. Many men stuff their emotions so as not to look …
 
Everyone has a safe place where they can access intuition and higher selves, release negative energy and open themselves up to infinite wisdom. Let certified transformation, empowerment, and happiness coach, Sharon Saevitzon help you find your safe place in this guided meditation session with Karen Pulver and her Goddesses. Along the way, you will …
 
“The historical pattern of government programs that have failed the American people and Black communities in particular. We need to be our own strength, and we can’t just rely on the government to save us. But, if they really do want to help, they can do one simple thing- get out of the way.” Nicholas Wildstar Nickolas Wildstar is one of the first …
 
What characterizes a good man? Author Nathan Clarkson talks about the unique role men play in God's creation and points to Christ as the embodiment of all that a man should be. Nathan shares how his pastor-father discipled him growing up, and reminisces about his thirteenth birthday when his father gave him a sword and told him that he was made to …
 
In this episode Gwen coaches Beth, who works through the fear, guilt, anxiety around letting go of a long-term friendship that has become toxic. Gwen shares wisdom around the unconscious energy that some relationships are built upon (pain body, unconsciousness, childhood wounds, codependency). Gwen also shares about the importance of the vibration …
 
*TRIGGER WARNING* This is a heavier episode as we speak of rape, sexual assault, and the criminal justice system. If you are suffering or recovering from a mood or mental disorder or are a victim of sexual assault, please listen with caution or skip this episode entirely. The last thing I would want is for hearing these things to set you back in yo…
 
In this episode Lisa Magill, CEO of the consultancy Aleria, explains why the best way to measure inclusion is by measuring exclusion, how most exclusion is down to actions of direct managers (and what to do about it) — and the top “moments that matter” for an inclusive culture, all based on extensive work with dozens of organizations. Lisa also giv…
 
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