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  • Jeanine Cerundolo is a holistic life coach whose mission is to help people reconnect with their inner wisdom and creativity so they can experience greater love, freer self-expression, and clarity of direction. Over the past decade, Jeanine has worked with thousands of clients to support their personal and professional growth through individual coaching and group facilitation. She holds a master's degree in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University, a group coaching facilitation certification, and a yoga teacher certification. Through her writing, Jeanine offers her experiential toolkit to help readers activate the authentic joy, confidence, and serenity of coming home to their true selves. Learn more at: https://jeaninecerundolo.comAdditionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the organization is Lift. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Jeanine on:

    WebsiteHer Book, Team YouInstagramLinkedInInsight Timer - Meditations

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterYouTubePlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    The Artist's Way - Julia CameronConfessions of a Former Child - Daniel TomasuloDevotions - Mary OliverLearned Hopefulness - Dan TomasuloThe Prophet - Kahlil GibranBird by Bird - Anne LamottThe Writing Life - Annie DillardThe Abundance - Annie DillardLove Poems from GodAlan WattsWalt WhitmanBuddhism Without Beliefs - Stephen BatchelorNonviolent Communication - Marshall RosenbergRichard SchwartzInternal Family SystemsList of Needs - Nonviolent Communication Drama TherapyKatie AsmusNo Bad Parts - Richard SchwartzEcstatic DanceThe Love Inside - VideoLost - David Wagoner
  • Sam is an artist, writer, creator, and single father living in the Bay Area in California. He is a college drop-out and ex-meth head, who came out of a ten-year bender at the age of twenty-two with severe clinical depression, a two-year-old son, and zero life skills. Simply put, there is nobody more genuinely curious about how to be a human being.

    He’s now the founder of Hello Humans, a platform for storytellers who capture the truth of what it means to be human. His site is chock full of stories from regular folks, like you and me, who share their experiences dealing with the trials and tribulations of real life. Life isn’t what we show the world on social media; it’s often a lot messier than that.His podcast, How to Human, is:

    Featured in Itunes New and Noteworthy 2018.

    Featured in Apple top 200 podcasts in Health 2018.

    Featured in Apple top 200 podcasts in Self-Help 2018.Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the organization is Human Made. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Sam on:

    WebsiteHow to Human - PodcastTwitterInstagramYouTube

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterYouTubePlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    How to Human - Paul WilliamsSeth GodinBrene BrownSusan CainThe Road Less Traveled - M. Scott PeckThe Alchemist - Paulo CoelhoMan's Search for Meaning - Viktor E. FranklThe Drama of the Gifted Child - Alice MillerIron John: A Book about Men - Robert Bly
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  • Anne leads a growing coaching business that supports people to reconnect to their personal freedom (whatever that means to them).

    With more than six years of corporate advisory experience across two continents behind her, Anne decided to shift gears, re-train and redirect her financial due diligence and corporate strategy skills toward helping people identify and shift the constraints that hold them back from accessing more of their potential and to generally live well.

    Her main products are peace, power, and possibility, which are what she believes are the essential ingredients to create one’s sense of personal freedom. These products naturally emerge through the reflective process of deep transformational coaching that guides the client toward integration of all of their parts. Anne's clients include founders, entrepreneurs, company directors, project managers, expert consultants and creatives. Most of her clients are men, who are often naturally drawn to the intellectual and practical nature of the work she does. Anne stands firmly as an advocate and ally for men, and is inspired to be part of the change that is needed to improve mental health outcomes for men across the west.

    Born in rural South Australia, Anne has lived in two countries, worked in more than 10 and today serves and connects with growth-minded people across the globe from her home base in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the organization is E.P.I.C - Everyday People Initiating Change. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Anne on:

    WebsiteLinkedInInstagramYouTubeSubscribe to her newsletter

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterYouTubePlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    The Pillars of the Earth - Ken FollettIron John: A Book about Men - Robert BlyAlbert CamusThe 7 Hermetic PrinciplesInstitute for Integrative NutritionBrene Brown
  • Cat Tweedie holds a fire for honoring this one life. She is committed to the inner work needed to live in harmony with each other and the Earth. She brings twelve years of facilitation experience and twenty years of meditation practice. She supports individual healing and growth through relational group work, attention practices, and movement.

    Cat was an All-American pole vaulter in college, earned her Ph.D. at MIT in Materials Science and Engineering, and traveled the world managing and facilitating transformational change projects in private companies and public organizations.

    For most of Cat’s life, she thought she was happy and healthy. But at 37 a physical breakdown left her bedridden for 9 months, dependent on her family and community. This experience let her see how deeply her sense of contentment had been dependent on her achievements and ability to please others. Her body’s vitality returned as she began honoring the needs she had learned to dismiss.

    At home in Oregon, Cat facilitates women’s circles exploring life experiences through meditation and movement in community. Cat’s sculpture work can be found at cattweedieball.com.Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the organization is P:ear Mentor. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Cat on:

    WebsiteSleepawake Camp - WebsiteLinkedIn

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterYouTubePlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    Amy Elizabeth Fox
  • Kevin Cornelio is an introvert, an empath, and most of all a Highly Sensitive Person.

    Kevin has always strived to help others but also worked very hard to help himself overcome his own shyness, depression, and social anxiety, which have plagued him throughout his life. While developing mindsets, habits, and coping strategies to overcome these challenges, Kevin obtained a degree in Psychology, then Professional Life Coaching certifications from iPEC, one of the world's premier coach training schools.

    However, Kevin also unintentionally developed an extreme lifestyle that included work-addiction, as well as eating and exercise disorders, which culminated in Kevin suffering from severe burnout, a loss one-third of his body weight, and ultimately a Near-Death Experience.

    Thankfully, this radical, intense experience didn’t end his life but rather transformed his life, calling him to embrace self-love and compassion and inspiring him to share with others the profound insights that he has taken away from his experience. Kevin has followed this calling by becoming the author of Woken, a series of literary fiction novels that tell the story of The Highly Sensitive Life.

    Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is Compassion International. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Kevin on:

    His Book - AwokenWebsite - Find Our True NorthWebsite - Vets For LifePodcast - Have a Little FaithLinkedInInstagram

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterYouTubePlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    The Highly Sensitive PersonAwoken - KT CornelioThe Diary of Jane - Jada LaTrell Harris
  • Ishita Sharma serves as a mentor, mirror and activator to those who wish to better our world, starting within. She helps them embody their truest purpose while rising beyond ego-centric paradigms. Ishita’s work is the expression of her deepest realizations, and an invitation into your own.

    Come to Center is fueled by her wish to realize a world that lives from enlightened awareness.To join her next iteration of Murmurations, starting November 10th, 2022, please follow this link: cometocenter.com/groupintensive

    Ishita has guided leaders from Google, Harvard, MIT, Silicon Valley startups and global multinationals. Clients come to her to grow and heal through their deepest challenges and longings while held in their perfect wholeness. Her students and clients include spiritual teachers and seekers, CEOs, healers, scientists, therapists, coaches, & artists…Drawing on her own direct experience and a cultivated capacity to attune to her clients’ nervous systems, she points every one of them back to their center.

    Ishita sees her role here as a bridge between cultures, paradigms and dimensions- marrying western intellect and eastern spirit through the wisdom of the human heart and body.

    Contending the future of humanity hinges upon healing division within and between us, Ishita supports individuals and groups alike to wake up, step up and show up together for the world we wish to see.Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is Free The Slaves. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Ishita on:

    WebsiteInstagramLinkedIn

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterYouTubePlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    Man’s Search for Meaning - Viktor FranklMichael SternYotam SchachterCore Energetics
  • Elizabeth Solomon is a certified Emotional Intelligence Coach, communications expert, trained systemic constellations facilitator, and workplace strategist invested in equity and positive social change. Bridging business-oriented strategy and intuition-guided development, she has spent close to two decades at the intersection of organizational culture, storytelling, and leadership development—a place where transformation happens. Influenced by neuroscience, psychology, sociology, mindfulness, and a dash of the mystic, she helps individuals and organizations clarify their purpose, communicate authentically, and redefine “business as usual.” The founder of New Realm Coaching and Consulting, her approach is both data-driven and intuitive—grounded in the facts while embracing our humanity.

    In addition to one-on-one coaching, Elizabeth often consults with entrepreneurs and organizations on the overlap between brand and culture. A systems thinker and expert in human behavior, her work spans human centered design, workshop facilitation, communication strategy and team building. She is also the co-host of Daniel Goleman’s podcast, First Person Plural: Emotional Intelligence and Beyond; a former researcher and evaluator for the Great Place to Work Institute; and an inaugural member of The Teal Team – a group of like-minded professionals exploring new ways of being, working, and organizing.

    Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is Alianza DV. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Elizabeth on:

    WebsiteFirst Person Plural: PodcastInstagramLinkedIn

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterYouTubePlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    Love's Hidden Symmetry - Bert HellingerFamily Constellations - Joy Manne Ph.D.The Dark Side of the Light Chasers - Debbie FordThe Old Man and The Sea - Ernest HemingwayMan's Search for Meaning - Viktor E. FranklEmergent Strategy - Adrienne Maree BrownReinventing Organizations - Frederic LalouxEd FrauenheimAncestry.com23andme.comAni DiFrancoDaniel GolemanSusan DavidNonviolent Communication - List of NeedsNonviolent Communication - List of FeelingsYotam SchachterLeslie Nipps
  • Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., has been a leader in the fields of relationship transformation and bodymind therapies for more than 45 years. After earning his Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Stanford, Gay served as professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of Colorado for 21 years. He has written more than 40 books, including bestsellers such as Five Wishes, The Big Leap and Conscious Loving (co-authored with his co-author and mate for more than 35 years, Dr. Kathlyn Hendricks), both used as a primary text in universities around the world. In 2003, Gay co-founded The Spiritual Cinema Circle, which distributes inspirational movies and conscious entertainment to subscribers in 70+ countries.

    Gay has offered seminars worldwide and appeared on more than 500 radio and television shows, including OPRAH, CNN, CNBC, 48 HOURS and others. In addition to his work with The Hendricks Institute, Gay is currently continuing his new mystery series that began with The First Rule Of Ten.Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is The Foundation for Conscious Living. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Gay on:

    WebsiteInstagramLinkedIn

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterYouTubePlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    Conscious LovingRichard Alpert (Ram Dass)Yoga, Youth and Reincarnation - Jess SternKatie HendricksRolfing - BodyworkGestalt TherapyJack DowningStan GrofThe Drama Triangle
  • Katie Zenger is the founder and lead consultant of Zenger Strategies, LLC, and has over eight years of professional experience managing and evaluating public health interventions and grant programs.

    Katie’s expertise lies primarily in public health program development and adolescent health promotion, as well as equitable healthcare access, community engagement, and nonprofit leadership. She is a skilled facilitator, strategic planner, and grant-writer, with experience in coalition-building and coordinating stakeholders for impact.

    Katie served as a program officer and Director of Grants for a private SC foundation for over five years, where she expanded and refined the organization’s multimillion-dollar contraceptive access and teen pregnancy prevention programs. Most recently, she managed a pediatric concussion project for the Brain Injury Association of South Carolina and a healthcare workforce taskforce for the SC Institute of Medicine and Public Health.

    Katie also serves as a Senior Associate with The Weathers Group, where she provides qualitative research analysis services, develops detailed implementation plans, and provides custom reports as needed for special projects.

    She has also provided strategic planning for numerous nonprofits, including Darkness to Light, Fact Forward, and the Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network. Katie graduated from Clemson University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science degree, and in 2011, she earned her Master’s degree in Public Health and a Graduate Certificate in Women's and Gender Studies from the University of South Carolina's Arnold School of Public Health. Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration, or The AFTD. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Katie on:

    WebsiteLinkedInInspired Speaking - Public Speaking Course

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterPlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    The Gifts of Imperfection - Brené BrownGirl, Wash Your Face - Rachel HollisThe Desire Map - Danielle LaPorteThe Four Tendencies - Gretchen RubinAtomic Habits - James ClearMaintenance Phase Podcast - Aubrey Gordon & Michael HobbesHeadspace AppLoving What Is - Byron KatiePsychic Pain - Pujol (Song)Shannon IveyPublic Speaking Center of NYGallup Strengths FinderYotam Schachter Ikigai
  • Nick Shrewsbury brings all of his traditional and non-traditional skills to facilitation, including his work as a certified coach, court mediator, tantric teacher, yoga teacher, and wolf caretaker at Mission:Wolf. He helps big-hearted folks to create both intimacy and inner freedom through authenticity and honesty. Nick delights in the ways that group work can exponentially expand the abundance of each member. He currently lives at 10,000 feet in the Rockies with 25 wolves.Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is Mission Wolf. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Nick on:

    WebsiteInstagram

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterPlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    Conscious Loving - Gay HendricksNonviolent Communication - Marshall B. RosenbergKen Robinson - Do Schools Kill Creativity?
  • Danielle Savory is a master certified coach, speaker, podcaster and influencer who has helped countless women transform their relationship to their sexuality and experience juicy pleasure in and out of the bedroom. Danielle weaves together her background in neuroscience, her expertise in mindfulness and skills as a coach to help women rewire their brains and connect with their bodies in the most orgasmic way. The host of the “It’s My Pleasure” podcast, she lives in Portland, OR with her husband, 2 daughters and dog Bruce.

    Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the organization is The Loveland Foundation. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Danielle on:

    Website“It’s My Pleasure” - PodcastInstagramFacebook

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterPlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    Come As You Are - Emily NagoskiDiet for Great Sex - Christine DeLozier L.Ac.Beyond Satisfied - Kenneth PlayShe Comes First - Ian KernerMy Changing Body: Linda PiconeNora JonesSteve SmithGooey - Song by Glass AnimalsKendrick LamarKristin NeffChristopher Germer
  • Hilda Labrada Gore (a/k/a Holistic Hilda) is the host and producer of the popular Wise Traditions podcast (nearly 9 million downloads to date) and Tradiciones Sabias (the ancestral wisdom Spanish podcast), on behalf of the Weston A. Price Foundation. A certified health coach and ancestral health advocate, she has traveled the world exploring traditional practices for optimal well-being. Hilda shares the best of experts, experiences, and epic adventures on the podcasts, her Holistic Hilda YouTube channel, and on ancestral health tours and conferences. Hilda is also a podcast coach and the author of “Podcasting Made Simple.” She especially enjoys helping people in the health and wellness space launch and improve their shows. She is launching a group coaching space for podcasters this fall! Hilda has energy to spare thanks to her love for sunshine and liverwurst.

    Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the organization is The Weston A. Price Foundation. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Hilda on:

    InstagramTwitterTikTokWebsiteYouTube

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterPlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    Nourishing Traditions - Sally FallonNutrition and Physical Degeneration - Weston A. PriceHealth and Light - John N. OttChasing the Sun - Linda GeddesPaul SaladinoThe Wise Traditions PodcastWeston A. PriceDr. Bill SchindlerLuke StoreyPeace Is Every Step - Thich Nhat HanhAdam Parker - Ideal Day PodcastJoel SalatinFrederick Buechner
  • Rada Yovovich (she/her) is an experienced transformational leadership and meta-coach, trainer, skilled facilitator, and entrepreneur based in Chicago.

    She is the co-host and co-founder of The Darkest Horse (TDH), a minority and women-owned Think/Do Tank exploring the intersections of Radical Inclusion; Emerging Technology; The Future of Work; and Health, Well-Being & Human Potential. TDH stewards leaders, innovators and communities through a process of equity-centered experiences, to co-create new worlds + ways of being.

    Rada co-leads The Rising Practitioners Circles, a national collaborative community of practice and growth for transformational facilitators, coaches, mediators, consultants, and trainers. She is a Certified Emotional Intelligence Meta-Coach, and a trained practitioner of Somatic Abolitionism. She is also an active advocate for LGBTQIA+ equity efforts broadly, including as a founding nonprofit board member at Evanston Pride. She has extensive public speaking experience on topics such as identity, intrapreneurship, inclusion, transformation, and creativity.

    Rada earned her BA at the University of Chicago and her MBA at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. One of her favorite extra-professional achievements is her rugby career -- she played for the #2 rugby team in the US!

    Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is Brave Space Alliance. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Rada on:

    WebsiteWebsite - The Darkest HorseInstagram LinkedIn Email: [email protected]

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterPlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    Positive Intelligence - Shirzad ChamineThinking, Fast and Slow - Daniel KahnemanSomatic AbolitionismResmaa MenakemDaniel GolemanAdult Development TheoryJulie Ann Otis
  • Rebecca is a 43 year old badass, chronic illness (#nocolonstillrollin) warrior and highly effective corporate leader. After 20+ years of celebrated successes, she has stepped away from the corporate ladder to help others live their best life NOW, regardless of how lifey it gets.

    Rebecca infuses her life experiences, of which there are plenty, with her ability to relate, communicate, and confidently lead her fellow seekers - those of us who are curious, passionate and driven to live our best, most fulfilled and truest life. She is committed to helping her clients discover their unique design for living, the exact roadmap for building a fulfilling career and living their most honest, self confident and fulfilling life now.

    She has advanced degrees in Human & Organizational Development and group dynamics from Vanderbilt University and over 20 years experience as a Sales and Marketing Executive at global blue chip companies and tech startups including Conde Nast (VOGUE, GQ, LUCKY and Glamour), eBay, Taboola and Shutterstock. She has mentored and led teams to peak success and consistently exceeded expectations.

    Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is the Crohns and Colitis Foundation. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Rebecca on:

    WebsiteInstagram LinkedIn Book a coaching session here

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterPlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    Wild - Cheryl StrayedThe Artist's Way - Julia Cameron
  • Lara Heacock is a Leadership Coach who brings over 20 years’ experience in Corporate America. She works with professionals and companies to help them bring kindness into business.

    Lara's background includes working in companies ranging from small privately-held firms to multinational organizations. In over a decade of leadership in the talent acquisition industry, she managed geographically dispersed teams, and mentored and coached associates in the US and abroad.

    Lara has an MBA, is an ICF credentialed coach (PCC), award-winning writer, speaker, author of the book Practical Kindness, and co-host of the podcast Doing (good) Business.

    Lara is obsessed with how we change the culture of corporate America from one that promotes "busy-ness" and burnout as status symbols to one that’s rooted in kindness and humanity. Using her KIND method, Lara works with leaders at the human level, so that they can create teams (and lives!) that thrive. You can download the KIND methodology at LaraHeacock.com and get daily doses of kindness at KindOverMatter.com.

    Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is Heroic Gardens. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Lara on:

    WebsitePodcast - Doing (good) BusinessLinkedIn Book - Practical Kindness

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterPlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    The Body Keeps the Score - Bessel van der Kolk M.D.Playing Big - Tara Mohr Reboot - Jerry ColonnaWaking the Tiger - Peter A. LevineThe Mindful Self-Compassion - Kristin NeffBrene BrownDare to Lead - Brene BrownPema ChodronMyers Briggs Personality TestWarren BuffettGlennon DoyleCoaches RisingSarah Blondin
  • Elisa Haggarty is a Conscious Leadership coach and consultant who works with individuals and teams committed to personal and professional growth. With over 18 years of coaching experience and with a background in Learning & Development, Elisa builds experiences and trainings that are dynamic, digestible and research backed.

    With an emphasis on building self-awareness and up-skilling through experiential learning, Elisa empowers her clients to identify and break repeated drama patterns in their work and in life. Drama is inefficient and drains mental health resources, and the world needs leaders who are present, curious and agile in the face of change. Work is a medium for transformation and growth, let's play!“

    Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is the Alzheimer's Association. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Elisa on:

    WebsiteThe School of Unlearning - PodcastInstagramLinkedIn

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterPlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership - Jim DethmerEmotional Agility - Susan DavidMy Stroke of Insight - Jill Bolte TaylorPleasure Activism - Adrienne Maree BrownAndrea NakayamaParsley HealthInstitute for Integrative Nutrition Jim DethmerDiana Chapman
  • Ravi Rothenberg is a transformational coach, embodiment facilitator, and trauma-aware space holder. He’s the author of Ready to Rise: How to Find Your Path to Peace and Purpose. His purpose is deeply rooted in sharing the heart-centric healing wisdom he’s realized through yoga, the union of his immersion in eastern traditions, and an adventurous journey of personal evolution.

    On his path, he finds himself most at peace on his yoga mat, immersed in nature, exploring foreign lands, or writing in the early hours of the morning. He enjoys spending quality time around Colorado with his partner, his pup, and conscious community. And like all of us, he is many things: a son, a brother, a lover, a friend, a writer, an explorer, a mover, and a shaker. Really, he loves shaking!

    He hopes that this conversation shakes you to your core and is a catalyst for your personal and spiritual growth on your unique journey!

    Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is The November Project. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Ravi on:

    WebsiteInstagramHis book: Ready to Rise: How to Find Your Path to Peace and Purpose

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterPlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    The Body Keeps the Score, by Bessel van der KolkAl-Anon MeetingsOsho Dynamic MeditationHolotropic BreathingWim HofWim Hof Breathing - 11 Minute Video Tutorial Polyvagal TheoryJosh Waitzkin Yoga with KassandraDr. Stephen PorgesDeb DanaAttached, by Amir Levine and Rachel HellerDeep Work, by Cal NewportDr. Wayne DyerBrene Brown
  • Mushfiqa Monica Jamaluddin is an Embodied Futures Researcher and Leadership Coach whose curiosity and sincerity are as invaluable as her perspicacity. Her clients have called her their trusted advisor, vision-holder, and midwife for their dreams, but she thinks of herself simply as a partner in exploration.

    She is fascinated by relationality: how the ways we relate – to ourselves, to others, and to our environments – can shape, heal, and expand us. Her work is guided by her core desire to move the needle on a world that operates from fear, scarcity and contraction to one that operates from love, enoughness, and expansion.

    Mushfiqa has supported clients in getting clear on their greatest visions and bringing them to life, and in the process stepping into their fullest expression as leaders across all domains of life. She does this through 1:1 coaching, group coaching, and workshops that support individuals and organizations navigate interpersonal challenges, manage in times of transition, and create space for integration. Her work as a futurist informs her coaching practice; she believes that taking the long view of time allows us to reclaim agency, build resiliency, and expand possibilities in the face of uncertainty and change.

    Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is the Loveland Foundation. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Monica on:

    WebsiteLinkedIn

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterPlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    Miki KashtanDefuturing, by Tony FryHurry Slowly - PodcastThe Body Keeps the Score - Bessel van der Kolk M.D.Four Thousand Weeks - Oliver BurkemanIn Praise of Shadows - Junichiro TanizakiTheory U - Otto ScharmerWeird Studies PodcastButoh DanceKen Wilber - Integral TheoryEMDR - eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing
  • Dr. Lauren Borden is a leadership coach who specializes in supporting mission-driven leaders in leading with greater empathy, emotional intelligence and consciousness so that they can disrupt their industries and broaden their impact in the world.

    Her approach blends deep spiritual and healing aspects of coaching with application-based approaches. As a PhD in Industrial-Organizational psychology, she has a deep subject-matter expertise in research-based principles in supporting leaders and teams; and as a meditation and intuition teacher, she supports clients in doing the deep work to create lasting transformation and impact.

    Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is the Loveland Foundation. Any and all donations make a difference!

    You can connect with Lauren on:

    WebsiteLinkedInInstagram

    To connect with me:

    Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here.LinkedInInstagramWebsiteSubscribe to my weekly newsletterPlease leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts!

    Resources/People Mentioned:

    Arbonne Citrus Fizzy Sticks Energy DrinkVipassana MeditationKristin Neff - Self-CompassionUntamed - Glennon Doyle Somatic ExperiencingFeldenkrais Brene BrownThe Conscious Leadership GroupFeeling Your Feelings - Conscious Leadership Group DiagramWhatever Arises, Love That - Matt KahnThe Dark Side of the Light Chasers - Debbie FordThe Highly Sensitive Person - Elaine N. Aron Ph.D.Internal Family Systems Therapy - Martha SweezyThe Hakomi Way - Ron Kurtz
  • Joe Bernstein is fully committed to your growth and evolution.

    He is often described as bold, powerful, passionate and compassionate.

    As a coach he works with highly motivated individuals to create anything from deeper intimate relationships, to healthier lifestyles and mission focused increases in income. He knows through personal experience and his professional work that human beings are capable of extraordinary transformation.

    Joe has spent the last 15 years coaching, training, developing, and empowering thousands of people. First as a sales manager for Bose Corporation where he worked his way up to running multi-million dollar businesses in his mid-twenties. Then he created his own private coaching practice to liberate his life and live his mission of creating an empowered world of transformation through teaching, inspiring and coaching.

    Through a 14 year career in leadership, losing 150 lbs, thriving after a divorce, ending a successful career and then building his own practice, Joe learned that we must develop who we are at the deepest levels and focus on our mindset as much, if not more than our skill set if we want long term change and a life we love.

    He has been trained as a coach by complete badasses like Tripp Lanier and Chance Taureau. He is certified as a Mind Body Nutrition Coach by Marc David and the Institute for Psychology of Eating. He facilitates trainings for The Mankind Project and various local business development organizations. Joe is a founding collaborator for Return to Base, a pro-bono coaching program for combat veterans. He also volunteers time with Showing Up for Racial Justice DC chapter on the Healing Team.

    Joe lives in Washington DC’s Mt. Pleasant neighborhood. He is beyond grateful to have both of his parents, his two sisters and their families all close by. The work he does in growing with his family is the most inspired and challenging personal or professional growth work of his life.

    In his spare time you can find Joe attending transformational weekend workshops. He has done “rights of passage” work in prisons, with military veterans, and with inspired civilians. He even spent years of his life fostering, training and rehabilitating Pit Bulls. When he isn’t deep in transformational work, he is indulging in high quality chocolate, hiking through the woods, and spending copious amounts of time enjoying live music.

    Additionally, I’ll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest’s choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is Native American Rights Fund. Any and all donations make a difference!

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    Resources/People Mentioned:

    The 5 Love Languages - Gary ChapmanNo More Mr Nice Guy - Robert A. Glover