13: Arianna Taboada: Writing a Book Takes Time

Are you one of those people who think, or have thought about, writing a book, but don’t know where to start? Do you aspire to publish, but you’re not sure if you have the time? Arianna Taboada was in a similar situation when she decided to go...

12: Tiana Dodson: Healthy at Any Size

When we think about health and fitness and what that looks like, most people conjure images of bodybuilders and super models. Society and the media constantly force these images down our throats, and if we don’t fit into that image, then we haven’t...

11: Claire Pelletreau: Find Your True Tribe

Do you ever worry that maybe you’re casting your net too wide? Are you afraid of narrowing down your scope too much, to the point where it will affect your income? Today, Claire Pelletreau is here to share her experience on the subject. Before...

10: Mason Aid: Coming Out is a Family Activity

In 2018, it is a lot easier for LGBT individuals to come out than it was 50 years ago and even less than that, but it doesn’t mean it’s easy. Do you ever wonder contemplate coming out to a loved one or family member, but aren’t sure how? Or...

09: Katie Hunt: Priorities Shift After Children

Katie Hunt decided she needed to slow things down when she was expecting her fourth child. She was traveling all the time, speaking at different conferences, as well as juggling teaching and managing her own business. Join in and learn how slowing down did not, by any means, mean stopping for Katie, and how as she transitioned from one season of life to the next, was just the timing she needed to pursue another dream of hers.

08: Shunta Grant: The Power to Change

On today’s episode, learn how a driven Type A Lawyer, Shunta Grant, traded making legal briefs for making bows for her daughter. What, at first, started out as a hobby for her little girl, turned into her own entrepreneurial business where she’s able to make more money, spend more time with family, and live her life pursuing her passion.

07: Natalie Franke: Community Over Competition

Natalie Franke is a photographer, educator, and the Founder of the Rising Tide Society. Listen in as Natalie discusses the battle between her head, hissing that competition was the way to succeed in business, and her heart, compassionately siding with community.

06: Erin Kelly: Make Money Your Way

Are you willing to “go against the flow” with your business model? It takes guts and pure resolve to make a leap into something new, especially with the common fear that it might not work like you anticipate. Today’s show introduces you to someone who has proven that...

05: Christine McAlister: Turn Grief Into a Legacy

How do you respond when “the worst thing” happens? You know what it is--that thing you’ve feared the most, but soon learned it was destined to be your “worst.” Today’s show is about making the choice to move forward with good and a flat-out refusal to let that worst...

04: Lucinda Cross: Manifest Your Desires

Wouldn’t it be nice if we had a blueprint for achieving our dreams? Today, you are going to find out just how to get one!  It’s not every day you get to talk to a Lifetime Achievement Winner! I am feeling especially lucky and extraordinarily inspired after speaking...