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Long-form conversations with a variety friends and strangers. Guests include musicians, writers, chefs, parents, painters, designers, herbalists, therapists, comedians, and actors. Here they candidly discuss how they spend their days. We cover connection, creativity, productivity, well-being, sex, love, body image, transitions, and more. Sometimes things get deep and philosophical and sometimes they are funny and light because life is both.
 
Spiraling is an “optimistic” anxiety podcast. Co-hosts Katie Dalebout and Serena Wolf have candid conversations about how anxiety affects their lives and share how they’re managing it. In each episode, two anxious friends share what they’re spiraling about that week—from awkward interactions to business decisions and how to treat an unfortunate chest zit—followed by a deep-dive into different facets of anxiety and anxiety management. Filled with heart, insight, and an appropriate amount of p ...
 
Conversations about changing our minds, hosted by mindfulness and mindset coach, Stephanie Kirylych. RETHINKING IT is focused on looking back at moments from our lives and forgiving ourselves for not knowing more or doing better. In these conversations, Stephanie and her guests explore how their behaviors, beliefs, and minds have changed, identify the places where they still have work to do and give themselves [and you!] permission to continue to grow and learn and rethink it all.
 
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The Small Steps, Big Successes Podcast

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The Small Steps, Big Successes Podcast

Bobbi Billman: Online Entrepreneur, Lifestyle & Business Coach, and Blogger

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Welcome to the Small Steps, Big Successes podcast, where you’ll find inspiration, motivation, and helpful tips for those times in your life when you are experiencing a difficult transition or change. This podcast is a series of conversations that are designed to motivate and inspire you on your path to success. Our discussions relate to topics in personal development, intentional goal setting, personal & business coaching, moving through difficult life transitions, and finding your way to ha ...
 
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This week, a conversation with Sam Salad. As you'll hear, Sam is not only hilarious, but he’s also humble, original, creative, and truly one of the best writers—and especially copywriters—I’ve ever met. As he says about himself, he writes and he makes clothes. Sam with his partner Rebma are the designers behind the LA-based clothing line MEALS. As …
 
This week, a very important person in my life—Sacha Jones—hosts the podcast. Every year for nearly a decade Sacha has come back on to host the episode the last week of April (the week of my birthday). This year she really outdid herself: she shocks me with questions sourced from my friends and family and a special guest joins us to host a special r…
 
This week, a conversation with iconic designer Norma Kamali. Recorded over Zoom from her office in Manhattan, we cover her 50-year career, from graduating from FIT with a degree in illustration to working for Northwest Airlines—which allowed her to fly to London on the weekends for only $29. It felt like a time capsule to hear her talk about the cu…
 
Join Nikki in this episode of awakening as she talks to your soul and shares signs that you’re meant to be a spiritual teacher. Main Points: Respecting the Wisdom and Age of Your Soul Having a Deep Sensitivity for the World Not Fitting In Leadership To learn more, visit NikkiNovo.com Resources: Apply to join Soul Teacher and become a certified intu…
 
I'm sharing a special preview of A Slight Change of Plans, a podcast all about who we are and who we become in the face of change. Dr. Maya Shankar is a cognitive scientist who is an expert on human behavior, and she’s here to help us navigate the changes we all experience in our lives. She sits in intimate conversations with celebrity guests like …
 
This week I spoke with herbalist and author Vanessa Chakour. At 17, a life-threatening accident led Vanessa to heal her eating disorder and work through sexual assault trauma, which in turn led to her becoming a professional boxer, eventually bringing her to New York City where she began studying herbalism. Now, she’s an author and educator who tra…
 
Join Nikki as she shares how to connect and channel safely, in a way that you’re not afraid of what you’re connected to. Main Points: Connecting vs. Channeling Connecting to Love Setting Clear Energetic Boundaries Physical and Energetic Protection To learn more, visit NikkiNovo.com Resources: Apply to join Soul Expansion Follow Nikki on Instagram F…
 
Back for the first time in 7 years is my good friend Valerie Chaney. Val is a meditation and mindfulness educator, writer and the co-host of the We Made It Weird podcast with her husband, comedian Pete Holmes. Val is hilarious, gentle, wise, incredibly smart and one of my favorite people. It was no surprise when we talked for over three hours, so I…
 
Join Nikki in this episode as she shares her tips and tricks for increasing and strengthening your intuition. Main Points: Tuning out the Opinions of Others and Trusting Yourself The Importance of Individual and Group Practice Deprogramming Your Mind and Releasing Stuck Emotions Quieting Your Mind and Getting Present To learn more, visit NikkiNovo.…
 
Back for the first time in 7 years is my good friend Valerie Chaney. Val is a meditation and mindfulness educator, writer and the co-host of the We Made It Weird podcast with her husband, comedian Pete Holmes. Val is hilarious, gentle, wise, incredibly smart and one of my favorite people. It was no surprise when we talked for over three hours, so I…
 
Today’s conversation is with author and mindfulness teacher Rosie Acosta. Growing up in East LA in the 90s as a first-generation Mexican-American, Rosie suffered from agoraphobia, panic attacks, and anxiety. After being arrested a few times, at 16, she began to feel disillusioned with her family’s unwavering Catholic faith and soon after discovered…
 
This week I spoke to New York Times journalist and author of Blood, Sweat & Chrome, Kyle Buchanan. He reports on pop culture and writes the NYT awards season column, The Projectionist, which he took over from the late great journalist David Carr. Prior to joining The Times in 2018, Kyle was a senior editor at Vulture, where he covered the movie ind…
 
Today's guest, Nadine Artemis, is known for talking and writing about beauty. Her latest book is Renegade Beauty though she’s probably best known as the founder of natural beauty brand Living Libations. Nadine's journey began by combining vials of essential oils to recreate a perfume she liked for a school science fair. In 1994, she opened North Am…
 
This week's episode is a conversation with artist Derick Melander. He's a sculptor who works with secondhand clothing to create clothing sculptures that explore the intersection between global consumerism and the intimate relationship we have with what we wear. My dear friend Sacha Jones has known Derick for years through being core members of thei…
 
In this episode, Nikki talks about creating the shifts that we’re looking for in life. Whether you’re in a place where you know who you want to become, or maybe feeling a bit stuck with not being able to break out of a pattern. Nikki shares her method for moving from Point A to Point B when you are desiring to change your life. Main Points: Changin…
 
Today's episode is part 2 of my conversation with Natasha Zoë Garrett. Genuine, wise, thoughtful and truly one of the most effortlessly stylish people I’ve ever met, Natasha (founder of Roam Vintage) is one of a kind, just like the vintage gems she discovers. She’s incredibly honest, open and vulnerable about her challenges and wins in everything f…
 
Aaron Walker is a certified life coach who specializes in mindfulness, energy work, and goal achievement. He has a passion for dreamwork and lucid dreaming which has been a lifelong practice for him. Main Points: The Different Dream Stages Categories of Dreams Shamatha Meditation and Cultivating Useful Dreams Lucid Dreaming Dream Journaling Repetit…
 
Genuine, wise, thoughtful and truly one of the most effortlessly stylish people I’ve ever met, Natasha Zoë Garrett (founder of Roam Vintage) is one of a kind, just like the vintage gems she discovers. As you’ll hear in this two-part episode, she’s incredibly honest, open and vulnerable about her challenges and wins in everything from her career to …
 
CW: eating disorder Katie Dalebout is a writer, podcast producer, and host. Her weekly interview show began in 2013 and now has nearly 400 episodes with over 4 million downloads. In 2019 she started Spiraling, a co-hosted podcast about anxiety. In 2016 she published, her first book Let It Out an interactive guide to journaling. She now consults, wr…
 
This week I spoke to Cuban-American author Nikki Novo. We've known each other for years and she's been on the podcast before in one of our early episodes. Her many certifications and qualifications include certified hypnotherapist, Reiki healer, ThetaHealing practitioner, and many more. In this episode, we talk about Nikki's recent move from Miami …
 
Lauren Elizabeth Walsh is the Founder and CEO of Global Sisterhood: a movement of over 15,000 Women's Circles in 120 countries. Global Sisterhood provides the training, resources, and self-development programming for women to start circles and grow as leaders. Global Sisterhood is bringing women together to find power and healing, breaking molds of…
 
This week I spoke to Rae McDaniel, a non-binary gender and sex therapist who works with transgender/non-binary/questioning folks who feel lost while transitioning their gender identity. Rae is the founder of Practical Audacity, a gender and sex therapy practice in Chicago. They also provide training in trans-affirming care for medical and mental he…
 
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