Podcasts

46 – Accelerate Your Mojo And Unleash The Real You With Alison Sutter

Allison Sutter, M.Ed., is a best selling author and contemporary spiritual teacher. She is highly acclaimed for her ability to seamlessly blend spirituality and practical self-help information making it relevant to daily life. Allison’s digital courses serve students in seventy-seven countries. She lives with her husband and three girls in Chicago. 3 Key Points 1/ Learn

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45 – Healthy Body, Healthy Mind With Michael Leppo

Maintaining a healthy body is paramount to ensuring a healthy mind. Michael Leppo has devoted himself to the study and application of healthier living, wellness, fitness, and peak performance. After careful study of the brain, he has developed a life changing health, wellness, and weight loss video program. Through this program Michael has lost 77

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44 – Depression And Lost Connections With Johann Hari

Depression and anxiety are now the most common mental illnesses in the US. New York Times bestselling author Johann Hari carried out a bold three-year investigation about what really causes this, and how to actually solve these disorders. Hari suffered from depression since he was a child. And was subsequently told by doctors that his problems

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43 – Mental Illness Did Not Defeat Me With Tina Collins

Mental Illness engulfed the life of Tina Collins from when she was a child. For twenty years she walked through the world in an hallucinatory state. When everything became too much to deal with, she withdrew entirely. Prior to effective treatment Tina was diagnosed with Shizoaffective Disorder at a level that should have seen her

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42 – Sudden Trauma Aftermath – How You Can Still Be You With Virginia Phillips

Sudden trauma, due to an horrific car accident, changed Virginia Phillips’ life in an instant. Virginia is the author of ‘Yes, You Can!’ and also the owner of The Academy Of Entrepreneurial Excellence She is a part-owner of Molder Rubber and Plastics Corp, a speaker, an entrepreneurial coach, and also a podcaster. But most of

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41 – Secondary Trauma: The Hardships Of Being A PTSD Spouse With Anna Dowe

Secondary trauma is very real to Anna Dowe. Anna is the author of ‘Bent not Broken. Finding your Power, Passion and Purpose. A Familyís Guidebook to Surviving PTSD’ Due to her work as an international speaker, coach, guide, and mentor Anna works with many clients. She holds a BA in Psychology from York University and

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40 – Yogic Breathing: A Powerful Technique For Managing The Effects Of Trauma With Giovanni Dienstmann

Giovanni is a Yogic Breathing teacher and the writer behind the popular blog LiveAndDare.com. Creator of the acclaimed Master Your Mind program, Giovanni has been  seeking personal growth and enlightenment since his teenage years. Throughout this process, he has practiced meditation daily (totalling over 8,000 hours), read hundreds of books. He has tried several different

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39 – Happiness And Worthiness: A Journey From The Rabbit Hole With Melissa Monte

Finding Happiness And Worthiness has been a lifelong journey for Melissa Monte and as a result helps others find theirs. Melissa is probably one of todays top influential and thought-provoking explorers in mindset and positive energy. She will also dive into complex ideas with humor and clarity, in a way that deeply connects with people.

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38 – Bipolar Beginnings: Healing Yourself Through Self Care With Irene Gabelnick

Irene Gabelnick is an Author, Blogger, Realtor, Mother and a long time health & fitness fanatic who had a challenging childhood due to being raised by a parent suffering a bipolar disorder. Her well known blog ‘Fit For Sanity’ helps busy moms and entrepreneurs to live healthier lifestyles. In addition, she enjoys volunteering, and was

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37 – Life After A Cult With Rhys Hagen

Born and raised in a town of only 600 people in regional Victoria, Australia, Hagan has always had an interest in writing and all kinds of storytelling. After finishing high school, Hagan planned on attending University after a year in the Australian Army. However, when the time came for him to accept his position, he

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