Today I speak with Dave Carroll - singer songwriter and storyteller. Dave was catapulted onto the international stage in 2009 after he created the music video called United Breaks Guitars. It was in response to United Airlines after they refused to help pay for his guitar that got broken on route to a show. We chat about storytelling, how his video launched him a new career path, what organizations need to know about customer service and in Soul Sister Conversations fashion we talk fate,...
In this episode, I share 10 ideas that I wished I knew at the beginning of my authentic journey.
When I started on the path of personal development back in my mid to late 20's I had no idea I was about to take a quest to find myself. At that time, a feeling had settled in that I was off my path, so I started focusing on what I should do with my life by looking at my career. I thought my discontentment had to do with my job. In part, that was true, but it was so much more than that. My...
Welcoming the Unwelcome is the topic (and the book title) that I discuss today with my friend Lynn Gow, who provides spiritual guidance and empowers others. We both love Pema Chodren, author of the book Welcoming the Unwelcome, so we got together to discuss it. We explore some of the spiritual teachings in the book that impacted us. Out of this discussion comes some really great insight if you are on a seeker's path or looking for direction on finding peace in your life or wanting to reveal...
“You have to believe you can get well.”
In 2003 at age 26, Chris Wark was diagnosed with Stage 3 Colon Cancer. After surgery he made a decision to go against his doctor’s advice opting out of chemotherapy choosing to use nutrition and natural therapies to heal. It has been 17 years since his diagnosis. He talks with me about his decision to make radical health changes, his journey, outcomes and what we can all do to help ourselves stay health.
On the episode today he shares his...
What a conversation with NY Times Best Selling Author, Captain Mike Abrashoff! He wrote “It’s Your Ship!”. I highly recommend for anyone wanting to be a better leader in their life or workplace.
Mike Abrashoff became the most junior commanding officer in the Pacific fleet responsible for the U.S. Navy Destroyer ship (USS Benfold) at 36 years of age.
The challenges of this ship were many and few believed it could be turned around. One year later they were “The best damn ship in the...
Jess Neary, Feng Shui Designer, shares how we can shift/ reset the energy of our home as kids return to school and people move back into traditional offices. Our conversation moves beyond tips and explores some of the deeper ideas our homes can teach us.
Our homes are a place that reflect our lives. Why not live live mindfully and with intention in this space?
We chat about:
✔️ setting intentions
✔️ creating boundaries
✔️ letting go
✔️ uncomfortable conversations
Are you searching for meaning in your life? Grab a coffee and eavesdrop on my conversation with Amy McLennan of Infoquench podcast as we discuss Victor Frankl’s “Man’s Search for Meaning.” You don’t have to have read the book in order to enjoy the conversation on finding meaning.
Books and meaningful conversations are two of my favourite things. I get to indulge in both in this episode.
We also chat about:
✔️ how the book impacted us.
✔️ how major life experiences force us to look at...
Phil Gorman encourages us to live the best version of ourselves. As a massage therapist, posture and ergonomics expert and nature therapist, he helps us re-focus on our health. We talk about awareness, trauma and sitting disease. Phil gives us tips on interrupting our current health patterns that overtime will give us a different work/ life experiences and he says it is easier than you think.
He is co-founder of Cranial Waves Wellness Studio in St. Martin’s, NB. In his practice, he is...
Jules Hare is a Cranialsacral Therapist who specializes in pediatrics. We talk raising kids and how that relationship serves us to address our own growth. We talk about the power of the parent child relationship: how to improve it and how your child can help you. We also talk about your own childhood traumas that get triggered during parenting and how we move through that. This conversation is very empowering and Jules gives us the encouragement to not be so tough on ourselves as parents. --...
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Today I speak with Ashton Rhodenhiser. She has built a terrific business as a Graphic Recorder. She uses her experience of starting a creative business to give you the encouragement you need to believe in yourself. She addresses mindset, imposter syndrome doing the inner work like forgiveness and accepting rejection. There so many good nuggets in this episode that you can use in life and business.
About Ashton Rhodenhiser:
Ashton Rodenhiser is passionate about lifting...
Karen Pohlman shares her family’s story of losing everything in order to find everything. In her book called Be Unmessable she shares their story of how they found themselves homeless in 2008 and how they turned their lives around including a pivotal point where they received a surprise financial gift from The Ellen Degenerous Show. Underneath their family’s story of loss, however, was Karen’s own story of finding her authentic self. We talk about that journey and the lessons she has learned...
Today we learn to draw in the magic with Kim Standeven who is an International Speaker, Mentor, Messenger and Interpreter. She dedicates her life to creating spaces for people to slow down, be present and draw in the magical messages from our Core Four which she outlines for us in the conversation. We chat about her journey with spirituality, how we can access greater wisdom and to have fun while we build, connect & trust our intuition.
About Kim Standeven:
Kim Standeven walks a...
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Donna Jones lost her husband suddenly on February 14th, 2017. She tells her very personal story of processing her deep grief. She shares what she has learned about doing the inner work, how she has learned to ride the wave of grief, what grief has taught her, how it helps growth and evolution of the soul and how it has strengthened her. There is so much depth and warmth to this conversation about loss and recovery.
About Donna Jones:
Following a life-long dream of working...
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Today I speak with Saje Dyer, the youngest daughter of Dr. Wayne Dyer who recentedly co-authored a book with her sister Serena called The Knowing: Eleven Lessons to Understand the quiet Urges of your Soul.
We talk about what it was like to have Wayne Dyer as a father growing up. She shares some of her favourite and most helpful teachings from him. She also shares a very personal story of healing herself and how she did that. We chat signs and divine guidance. It is such...
Everyone has an Inner Critic. We also have dreams, want better relationships, want to rise up in our lives, achieve goals or become better in some way. When we do a loud voice within rises up and tells us all the reasons why we shouldn't. As your Coach, I am going to teach on the subject of the Inner Critic today, so that you can step more powerfully into your life without that nagging voice that scares you from getting what you want and becoming who you want.
What is the...
Do you want to grow? Grow your life? Grow your business? Today I am chatting with Bernice Williams on how to do that through the power of intentional connection. Bernice is a natural collector of people and their stories and she loves making introductions and connecting people to help them. She shares how connecting people began, the importance of it, how it has paid her back many times over in life and business and how you can start being a natural connector too.
Angela Harris is a business and mindset coach who founded Work of Heart. And that is what we are talking about today.... Following our heart, our gut, our intuition. Angela shares her story of moving from Athletic Trainer in the CFL to where she is today and the signs she has learned to pay attention to along the way. She learned about working with heart in sports, but what does it mean to live with heart?
Angela Harris is an award-winning entrepreneur, championship coach, motivational...
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Ungenita Prevost aged out of the foster care system at the age of 18. Resourceful and ambitious with a drive for success, she shares her amazing story as well as the qualities, skills and mindset she tapped into to leverage her network to get to who she is today which is a feminine leadership expert. She teaches others about the power of building social capital to get what you want. You will be inspired by her infectious energy and simple ideas to build great...
Amira Gill and her sister Nadya are inspiring young women who started a business called the Kanata Trade Co as a way to give back so that more indigenous students can have the opportunity to attend colleges and universities. As a recent graduate of a Masters in Civil Engineering and as co-founder of her organization, Amira shares her insight about what she has learned around leadership, giving back, stepping into your confidence and owning your voice.
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Today I speak with numerologist Ann Perry about how our birth date holds information that can guide us in our life. Ann breaks down how you use your birth date to find your personal year number. She then takes us through the 9 year cycle explaining what each year means and how this knowledge helps us. Ann Perry also shares:
✔️ her perspective on 2020
✔️shares about what a Life Path number is and how to calculate it properly.
✔️what energies are available to us and how we can use them.
Raina Krangle is a teacher who got a concussion while on duty at recess. She shares how her life was and still is impacted by this concussion. Forced into stillness, she soon discovered that she had to take healing into her own hands. As a singer songwriter for decades, music was an avenue that proved to be helpful in her recovery process. This story is all about facing mindfulness, our authenticity and taking good care of yourself.
Raina Krangle also shares:
✔️activists that helped her in...
Have you struggled with your self worth because of a number on a scale? Kim Basler shares her story of a life in the fitness industry that started with dieting and exercising at 12. She takes us through her journey of lack of self-acceptance, chronic dieting and an eating disorder that lead to a breaking point in her health 2016. She also shares her very relatable healing journey that involves making peace with her body and ultimately learning to love herself.
Kim Basler is...
Kathleen Bulger became a Registered Holistic Nutritional Consultant, Coach, Creator and Author after surviving a life-changing accident, a stroke, and a heart attack. Those events transformed her life forever turning it in a new and positive direction. She now has a passion supporting women in defining and designing their ideal lives through the art of nutrition, connection and creativity. By sharing her life lessons, she empowers woman to embrace what speaks to them on the journey of...
There is bliss in the midst of suffering. This is the message that Lisa Morissette wants you to know. She shares her journey of giving birth to, caring for and parenting her daughter Sophie who was born with with complex health challenges. Caring for Sophie has lead Lisa to find healing modalities to help her daughter. She saw such a profound difference in her that she began adopting them to help herself and other.
What she found is the healing modalities were a way to communicate with...
Cheryl Richardson is my guest today. I am absolutely thrilled to speak to her about her New York Times Best Selling book The Art of Extreme Self-Care. We chat about being sensitive, disappointing people and how extreme self care relates to business and so much more. This episode re-focuses your attention on your what parts of your life you have been neglecting and how that is holding you back from all that you want.
Cheryl also shares:
✔️Why you would should embrace your sensitivity.