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Do you ever wonder why you’re able to accomplish some goals but not others? Or why you can sustain certain habits, but struggle with creating and maintaining other habits? Have you ever asked yourself “What is wrong with me?” Isn’t it time you created REAL and SUSTAINABLE change, and stepped into being your most EXTRAORDINARY self? I’m your host, Sandra Chuma. I’m a certified life, business, habits and mindfulness coach. My mission is to live my life on purpose and with purpose, and inspire ...
 
NDINI features the stories of groundbreakers, trailblazers, innovators, achievers and inspiring women of African descent. It's a podcast to entertain, inform, inspire and empower through showcasing the achievements of African women. And by sharing these stories, raise the ceiling and widen the scope of what we believe is possible for ourselves.
 
A mental health advocate who wants to positively impact the lives of others and restructure the way that we think to ensure that we are living the best, happiest, successful lives possible. Through inspiring stories and fascinating interviews, I hope to use real conversations to show you that you aren't alone and can find a positive in every situation. Life is short, why not make every day count?
 
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This week, we talk to best-selling author, coach, and speaker, Iona Holloway. Iona was really an achiever early in life, doing well in both academics and athleticism. But despite all her achievements, she struggled with an eating disorder that was her ‘coping mechanism for survival’, as she would put it. She also shares how living with this struggl…
 
I hope everyone is enjoying the sunshine this week! In this very powerful episode, we are joined by Coach, Mentor, Speaker, and Entrepreneur, Sandra Chuma. Sandra shares some of her personal life experiences which includes growing up in Zimbabwe, working three jobs while being a full-time university student, and trying to figure out her "purpose" w…
 
Happy World Lupus Day! I am incredibly honoured to be partnering with Lupus Canada for Lupus Awareness Month (May). In this first ever special episode, we are joined by Executive Director, Leanne Mielczarek, and Youth Ambassador, Isaac Hall to discuss all things Lupus. Leanne tells us more about what Lupus is and how Lupus Canada is making a differ…
 
Who we are starts with the beliefs that we hold, what we believe is true of ourselves. What beliefs do you hold? What does your bank account say about the beliefs that you hold? What does your body and health say about the beliefs that you hold? What do your relationships say about the beliefs that you hold? Ask yourself, “What are the beliefs that…
 
In this week's episode, we are joined by small business owner, Paige Lyrette. Unfortunately, Paige lost her mom, and best friend, in November of 2021 to ALS. Paige goes into detail about how she is learning to cope after such a big loss and how her own mental health has been affected throughout the process. She talks about how her grieving journey …
 
My father used to say to me all the time, “Sandra, your success will have no meaning unless you bring others with you.” In my journey, I had gotten carried away by the quest for more and more – thinking that my happiness would lie at the other end of more. If I could just make more money. If I could just have more shoes. If I could just get the nex…
 
Happy Friday everybody! Can you believe that this is Episode 50??!! Because I sure cannot. A huge thank you to everyone who has supported me along this journey- I wouldn't be where I am today without you! To celebrate the special occasion, I decided to record a solo episode that explains what 'The Revolutionized Mind' is all about. I understand tha…
 
This week we get to have a conversation with UX Copywriter and Entrepreneur, Susan Reoch. Susan is a User Experience (UX) Copywriter and Strategist. She has invested a lot of time and effort in finding and defining the connective tissue between UX and copywriting, and has mastered it. This has become her competitive advantage, allowing her to write…
 
This week, we are joined by Cavelle Simpson from the Global Mental Health Outreach to talk about her experience with navigating online school and coping with burnout during the pandemic. She shares some of the challenges that she faced with social isolation, academic performance, and making time for her own well-being. Further, we briefly discuss t…
 
This episode was taken from Sandra’s Instagram Live broadcast the day before Valentine’s Day. We are sharing it here because she delivers a very powerful message that everyone needs to hear. - The WORTHY Team We have been fed this romantic notion about someone ‘completing’ you. Who remembers the famous line from Jerry Maguire – “You complete me.” T…
 
In this week’s episode, we are joined by Certified Trauma Recovery Coach, April Haggart. Trauma Recovery Coaches “work with trauma survivors as peers, mentors, guides and educators with the goal of helping their clients understand the recovery process, reconnect with themselves and the world while using their strengths to build a life they love liv…
 
It's really challenging not to feel overwhelmed, overcome, despondent, and sad with all of the things that are happening in the world. Oftentimes when things are going so horribly wrong, whether it's in our personal lives, or whether it's in the world at large, we often look to large solutions. We're looking for world leaders to step in and fix thi…
 
This week, we are joined by a Master's Student in Psychology, Marie Klamer. Marie specializes in sleep, productivity, and habits, and ultimately, teaches people how to use psychology to boost their well-being. In this episode, she educates us on the relationship between sleep and psychology and provides many helpful suggestions about how we can imp…
 
Have you ever been jealous of somebody else's success? Have you ever felt jealous of someone who achieved something that you wanted? I'll put my hand up because, yes, I have felt jealous of other people's success. As good little girls, we were taught that being jealous is a bad thing. I'm a preacher's kid too, and in church we were taught that it i…
 
This week on The Revolutionized Mind, we are joined by award-winning mental health advocate, speaker, and podcast host, Ryan Forsyth. In this episode, Ryan shares some of his own personal experiences with mental illness and describes how his advocacy journey began. After posting his story to social media, he realized the power and importance of usi…
 
Welcome back to the conclusion of our 2-part series featuring my conversation with transformational life coach and rockstar fitness advocate - Lisa Carpenter. In this episode, Lisa shares her story about how she wound up in the world of competitive fitness and how her amazing journey unraveled when she began to fully embrace her femininity and sexu…
 
This week, we are joined by Julia Roman who is a teacher, coach, advocate, and ultimately, a beautiful soul. Julia specializes in anxiety, self-love, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in her work while helping women release limiting beliefs and heal themselves from the inside out. In this episode, Julia defines radical self-love and explains …
 
In this episode, we're talking about boundaries! Why they're important, how to start setting them, and reflections on how we love (or don't love) ourselves. We kick off this 2-part series featuring my mentor, Lisa Carpenter, with a much needed discussion on why it's so important for us to learn how to set boundaries and honor our relationship with …
 
This week, we are joined by Larissa Joy, an online wellness coach, who is sharing her personal story with both being in and getting out of a toxic relationship. In this episode, Larissa talks about what the relationship looked like, what kind of red flags were there, and how difficult it was to navigate the situation. She describes how challenging …
 
One of my biggest complaints about my husband is that he is the least romantic person that I know. He's not a Valentine's Day kind of guy. I'm always telling my husband, “You're not romantic. You don't do anything romantic for me.” But just before Valentine’s Day, he said to me, “I'd really like to do something romantic for you this Valentine's Day…
 
This week, we are joined by Veronica Cortes and Maeve Rogers from ClassRT. ClassRT is an online learning community that allows independent creators to share their passion and expertise with others. Any user can sign up as a student or a teacher, and it all takes place on one site. It is an easy, cost-effective way to expand your knowledge, connect …
 
There's a lot of truth to the saying "pain is your body's way of telling you something is wrong." In fact, pain is an incredibly important signal from our bodies that something needs our attention. So, why are we neglecting this signal? Why do we glorify our heightened pain thresholds and make being in pain the norm? Jake Currie, Founder of Mind Bo…
 
Happy Friday everyone! This week we are joined by mental health coach and advocate, Rachel Summers. Rachel is a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy coach with the Canadian Mental Health Association’s BounceBack program which is designed to help people improve their mental health and well-being. In this episode, Rachel talks about her personal mental heal…
 
I love pineapple. I could eat it all day, every day! I'm always looking at ways that I can learn life lessons in the most unusual ways. I feel like when we learn things in unusual ways, it helps them to stick. One of the things that I wanted to know was how this gorgeous pineapple ended up in the produce section at my local supermarket, and so I di…
 
This week we are joined by the Founder of First Session, Rob Pintwala. First Session is a mental health service designed to help you find the right therapist through the use of meaningful human connection and transparency. Rob talks about the inspiration behind the business, what makes their platform unique, and how they hope to improve the overall…
 
Have you ever stopped to think about all the promises or the vows or the commitments that you make to other people for the things you'll do for other people? Now, here's the thing. If Self-Love is the foundation of everything that you have in your life, if you feeling worthy to have, to be, to do all of the things that you want for yourself, what a…
 
This week on TRM, we are joined by artist, writer, and speaker, Varinder from YouthSpeak Charity. YouthSpeak is an organization that focuses on youth mental health through education, speaker stories, and peer support. In this episode, we learn more about what YouthSpeak does, as well as Varinder's experience with becoming a speaker and sharing her …
 
I had an argument with my husband, and it set me off. I was so mad that I didn't speak to him for the rest of the day. I felt like I was put in a corner. You do not put me in a corner. This is my business, my thing. And I got all mad. I was unable to go through my morning meditation the next day because I was so mad… but I had to remember something…
 
Did you know that February was Recreation Therapy month? Have you ever heard of Rec Therapy or utilized it before? Today, we are joined by a Certified Therapist Recreation Specialist (CTRS) and small business owner, Katie Carter. In this episode, we discuss what Recreation Therapy is all about, including the approach, the intervention, the targeted…
 
What kind of friend are you to yourself? And so we're our own best friend. Think about what that does on a subconscious level. Do you trust you? Do you trust your own word to yourself? Do you have a friend or maybe a partner, spouse, relative, a co-worker, someone in your life who you just don't trust? They have made you so many promises and they n…
 
Happy February! This week, we are joined by Dr. Emma Whelpton, who is a Chiropractor and Movement Teacher. Emma strives to help her patients fix their chronic pain naturally by uniting science and soul. A large part of her work focuses on low back pain, stress relief, and finding movement that is right for you. In this episode, we discuss what chro…
 
Too many of us are fair weather friends to our goals. I'll work on it when it's convenient for me. So some of us are expecting full time results. And we only want to put in part time work. If you have not yet set your goals, if you haven't decided what it is, that's important to you this year, here's your permission slip not to feel bad about that.…
 
This week on TRM, we are joined by Former D1 athlete, Therapist, and Coach, Cindi Miller. Cindi specializes in eating disorders, body image, and athlete mental health, using her own experiences and knowledge to create a strong, cohesive, and compassionate team environment. In this episode, we discuss the positive and negative impacts that sports ca…
 
This week, we are joined by author and writer Jenn Laforet. Jenn is the founder of Write Current, publishing life enhancement guided reflection journals and programs for women. In this episode, Jenn shares her own struggle with self-worth in her life, and her journey of self-healing and self-love that led to her becoming an author and writer. She s…
 
This week on TRM, we are joined by lifestyle coach and spiritual leader, Linda Ge. Linda talks about her mental health journey and how cultural differences played a large role throughout her childhood. She expresses the anger that she had towards her parents for always making her feel like she had to follow a specific path in order to be loved and …
 
We are so good at being kind and compassionate and forgiving to other people. And yet, it's so hard for us to extend that same kindness and compassion to ourselves. Sometimes the way that we speak to ourselves can actually be considered ‘violent communication’ because it's so easy for us to beat ourselves up – to be a bully to ourselves. Today, I w…
 
Today we are joined by mental health blogger and Master's candidate, Victoria Colaluca. In this episode, we talk about the importance of destigmatizing mental illness and how impactful language can be. Victoria shares her experiences with depression and OCD and describes how stigma kept her from getting the help that she needed. When stigma is pres…
 
This episode is Part 2 of our conversation with Mary Lou Rodriguez. “Any time your brain can not predict how a new experience will feel, it will do everything to avoid it. It doesn't matter if the feeling is amazing. It doesn't matter what it is, your brain will do everything to avoid it.” Mary Lou Rodriquez is a passionate professional Master Hypn…
 
This week on The Revolutionized Mind, we are joined by Alicia Rose from Eternally Evolving. Alicia is a registered social worker and spiritual coach who has built her business around helping other people realize their own self-worth and true potential. In this episode, she shares her personal experiences with anxiety, fear of rejection, and lack of…
 
Mary Lou Rodriquez is a passionate professional Master Hypnotherapist and Subconscious Transformation Expert. She is committed to healing our world and thrives on helping people live Unstoppable Lives! She has spent the last 3.5 years helping high-level online entrepreneurs, and visionaries shift their stories, upgrade their beliefs, and transform …
 
On the final episode of 2021, we are joined by body image advocate and TikTok star, Mary Mondlock. Mary shares her experiences with anxiety and eating disorders, and explains what her journey to self-love has looked like. After a long struggle with her own body image, she finally got to a point of simply accepting who she was and decided that she w…
 
Of all of the WORTHY pillars, the one that is most challenging for me is the R – Reflection and Rest. For years, I really didn't see the point of looking back at things that had already happened because there was nothing I could do to change them. I used to think about the things where I had failed or hadn't achieved what I wanted to achieve, and I…
 
This week, we are joined by mental health advocate and medical student, Carly Johnston from the Healing the Anxious Mind Instagram page. After many years of struggling with anxiety, perfectionism, low self-worth, and one intense burnout, Carly decided to start her healing journey. She is extremely knowledgeable, relatable, and authentic in her advo…
 
One of the things that we do subconsciously without even realizing it, is our habits of thinking. Most people have never really thought about the fact that your thoughts are habits. When I talk about habits, most of the time people think about going to the gym or eating healthy. Rarely do we ever think about the fact that our thinking is a habit. I…
 
This week, we are joined by Cedric Joseph who is very passionate about psychology, meditation, and taking a holistic approach to life. In this episode, CJ talks about the human experience and why it is so important to pay attention to the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of our lives. He explains what the CHEK institute - where is…
 
It is a really important point for you to remember that your self care is really reflective of how you see yourself. How you treat yourself, is how you see yourself. We need to dispel this notion that self-care is this thing that you do once in a while. Self-care is how you treat yourself every single day. There are so many other things and ways th…
 
In this week's solo episode, I tell the story of why I have the word, 'Passion' tattooed on my left wrist. After struggling with depression and self-harm, I found it very challenging to feel any sense of purpose in my life, until I learned what I was truly passionate about. At the time, soccer was my sweet escape. It was the only place I could go t…
 
Is your self-worth really equal to your net worth? Do you agree with that? I used to think that. In this episode I share a personal story -- my journey on how I became what I am today. Self-worth and self-love, this is the journey of a lifetime. I truly believe that this is a journey that all of us go on, and we struggle with different things at di…
 
One of the things that I'm so passionate about is talking about self-worth, because this has been a lifelong journey for me. I am 47 years old, and 47 years is what it has taken me to learn that everything -- whatever it is that you want in your life, whether it is love, whether it is money, whether it is a job -- everything comes down to your self…
 
Watch the VIDEO of this episode on my YouTube channel: youtube.com/c/sandrachuma One of the questions that I get asked the most is, “How do you get your glowing skin?” Okay, I am not a beauty blogger. I do not play a beauty blogger on TV, or on YouTube for that matter. But given the number of people who've asked me that question, I thought I'd shar…
 
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