Episodes
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...
Published 06/06/21
About the Show: 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...
Published 05/30/21
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.  --  About Kanata Trade Co  --  We are...
Published 05/26/21
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. ✔️...
Published 05/16/21
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...
Published 05/09/21
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. -- About Kim: -- Kim Basler is...
Published 05/02/21
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...
Published 04/25/21
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...
Published 04/18/21
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. ✔️Why...
Published 04/11/21
Today’s episode is all about being a No Limit Person. I have been thinking about this topic for awhile. The reason that I have is that it is something that I struggle with, in that, I put limits on myself quite unintentionally and unconsciously. I am thinking maybe you can relate to this. There are things I want to get done in this life. Dreams that I have. A quality of life that I want to live, and by that, I am referring my inner quality of life. I want to live in a state of peace and joy...
Published 04/04/21
Today I speak with artist Sasha French known as Bird Girl Arts. I found her on Instagram where she was sharing some really great life philosophies born out of being an artist - one of which was Always be nosy. I loved that she allowed me to be nosy in this episode. The philosophies we discuss are something we can all relate to. We talk also talk about her journey of chasing her dreams, the importance of exposing children to art and why art should be accessible to all and she shares how she...
Published 03/28/21
We are going to be slowing down in today’s episode. You are going to meet Angela Wooden, a homesteader, textile artisan and a student of nature. We explore the art of slow living.  -- This episode is less about homesteading and more about mindfulness, slowing down and connection. Perhaps it will do for you as it did for me…. Stir up great memories from childhood and reminders about living your most authentic life.   --  About Angela Wooden   --  Practicing the art of slow living and...
Published 03/21/21
Leanne Cochrane shares her story of death, grief and re-birth. Her husband Will, facing a terminal diagnosis, chose to enroll in MAID program which stands for - the Medical Assistance in Dying- to have control over his final days. -- Leanne takes us through what she calls their 7 month long “incredible journey to death.” She shares details of the MAID program and the tough conversations they shared which helped accelerate her grief. She shares her experience with grief in the time of Covid...
Published 03/14/21
Cindy Stradling is founder of Courage In Action, an organization that helps women coming from difficult circumstances move forward in their lives. Cindy is passionate about this because the circumstances of her early childhood led her to make choices in her life including living in an abusive relationship. She talks about what was happening at the time that enabled her the courage to leave her abusive situation and what she continued doing to create a new and amazing life for herself. She now...
Published 03/07/21
Emmy Rousseau is a transformational coach and speaker who shares her story of navigating life with high functioning depression and anxiety. She shares what life with that diagnosis looks like and as well as what tools she has learned to manage her mental health to go from surviving to thriving.  Emmy shares: -- ✔️ what is high functioning depression and what does it look like ✔️shame and guilt of struggling with mental health ✔️tools that worked her for to navigate mental health. ✔️how...
Published 02/28/21
"You have to make a choice to come back after you hit rock bottom." - Stephenie Zamora -- Have you been through a big life change and not sure how to come back from it? Or perhaps you are sensing there is a big life change you need to make. Stephenie Zamora shares how you can make the impossible (meaning whatever it is you want to happen in your life) possible. She demonstrates this by sharing her own difficult personal traumatic experience that cracked her open to her true self and...
Published 02/21/21
In 2018, Desiree Ford was involved in tragic car crash. Dying 7 times, she amazed doctors and survived after spending over 200 days in a coma with multiple injuries and surgeries. She shares her powerful story of coming to terms with her new reality. As a former professional dancer, she now faced the long road of nursing her physical injuries including brain trauma, but more importantly, she had to learn to love the new version of Desiree. (You can also listen to Episode 99 where I interview...
Published 02/14/21
Be kind to yourself. Food and weight loss is the basis of this conversation, however, my guest, Roni Davis, shows us that it is so much more than that. We are talking self-love, good self-talk and unhealed traumas. -- Roni Davis, a former personal trainer and national athlete shares her very raw story of coming to love herself. For 3 decades she struggled with food including battling bulimia and depression. She is open and honest about her journey and how she finally healed herself. Now she...
Published 02/07/21
“You abandon yourself when you stop trusting your intuition, your inner knowing.” I chat with Laura Gatien, a social worker and clinical therapist, about the ways that we abandon ourselves. She says there are rules that are handed down to us that we are expected to follow if we are to be liked, accepted and fit in. She helps people examine that rule book so that people can begin editing their story so they can start living freely and with authenticity. -- Laura shares: ✔️ The BIGGEST rule...
Published 01/31/21
About the Show: Today I speak with Dr. Agnes Wainman, a clinical psychologist that helps overwhelmed and worried women overcome unrealistic expectations that are making them sick and miserable. She coined a term called Expectation Discrepancy Syndrome.  We talk about: - what causes unrealistic expectations - why they are making you miserable and  - how to overcome them. About Dr. Agnes Wainman: -- I understand what it's like to feel overwhelmed, to face unexpected life stressors and to...
Published 01/24/21
About the Show: -- Do people see you as “flaky” because you’re always changing paths or your mind? OR perhaps you’d like to change your mind and don’t yet have the courage to opt out of the things that you’re currently in. — Opting out is actually intentional living. It takes you closer to your most authentic life. — Cait Flanders, Best Selling Author of A YEAR OF LESS has is back to talk about recently released book #2 called ADVENTURES IN OPTING OUT: A field guide to intentional living....
Published 01/17/21
About the Show: “I didn’t panic. I knew I had a job to do...invite the Universe to help.” -- Meet Betty Ford, a woman who provides incredible insight into one mother’s unbending love for her daughter after she suffered a horrific car crash. You will be inspired by her mindset, motivation, and the healing power of positivity. She held a vision of her healed daughter overcoming such suggestions from the top surgeon that taking her daughter off life support was a possibility...”You have to be...
Published 01/10/21
About the Show: Melissa Doucet is a serial entrepreneur and real estate agent who is a life long learner. She is book obsessed and acquires a lot of knowledge through leadership books. So I wanted to chat with her about her book obsession. Melissa shares the system she uses to consume a great quantity of books, what are some of her favourite book recommendations and what are some of her favourite ideas that she has learned from books that has impacted her life and business. Melissa...
Published 01/03/21
About the Show: -- If you are like me, I Iike to talk about the big topics in life. Deep soulful conversations such as “What does it mean to lead a life of meaning?” That is what I am exploring today. I break it down into 3 parts: 1) what is meaning -- 2) how to create meaning in your life -- 3) and what impact does leading a meaningful have on you. -- If you like these kinds of conversations, join me on my email community at https://www.danalloydleadership.com/ -- You can go straight to the...
Published 12/20/20
About the Show: -- Natalie Moyes shares her authentic story from 29 years in broadcast television including Director/ Producer of Atlantic Canada’s #1 morning show turned certified Intentional Creativity Coach. -- As she began to explore art, Natalie began to heal. She now helps women release unhelpful internal stories through this incredible tool. Natalie shares her authentic path to art, what healing looked for her and how she helps others discover and explore who they were intended to...
Published 12/13/20