Bravely Breaking Social Norms with Molly Kemp

We learn from a very young age the power of social norms. We want to be loved and accepted by our peers. So, we follow the mainstream. We do what everyone else is doing because we don’t want to get called out for being too weird or different. But, what if societal norms don’t match…

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How to Rebuild After Losing Everything with Jennifer Grimson

When I was introduced to Jennifer Grimson and I invited her to be on the show, it was well before we were in the middle of a pandemic. And even though her story is compelling, I think it has even more relevance for the state we find ourselves in right now. Jennifer lost everything––TWICE. Each…

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What Recovery Teaches You About Fear with Tim Stoddart

Today’s guest doesn’t think he’s especially brave. If you ask him, he just focuses on doing what’s right in front of him. But, it’s that very mindset that helped Tim Stoddart overcome addiction, start a blog and eventually become a successful entrepreneur who runs multiple businesses. He founded Sober Nation, a leading recovery site. He’s…

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Rethinking Wellness with Ashley Brooke James & Elizabeth Moore

When you think of health and wellness, what comes to mind? If you’re like a lot of people, you might envision a young, super-thin person wearing some spandex. Or, perhaps you see lots of kale smoothies and protein shakes. But today’s guests are on a mission to dismantle those images and change the way we…

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Uncovering Your Life's Purpose with Aireka Harvell

Leaving a well paying job and starting a business is an incredible accomplishment. But doing so as a single mother of four children is especially noteworthy. And that’s exactly what today’s guest did.  Aireka Harvell launched a successful app called Nodat and left her job to pursue it full time. She’s also launched Twende, a…

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How a Health Condition Taught Reese Spykerman to Thrive

  There are many different ways to be brave. And sometimes, bravery is simply surviving in the face of ongoing trauma.  Today’s guest, Reese Spykerman knows all about this. She was bullied throughout much of her childhood. And then later, as an adult, she was diagnosed with a debilitating health condition that made a huge…

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Have you ever considered making a career change?  It can be scary to leave a job and a career that you know to switch gears and do something completely different. But, that’s exactly what Shana Berkeley did. Her career has evolved from being a lawyer to entrepreneur and personal stylist to running an arm of…

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Getting on stage and speaking in front of people can be terrifying for many people. But what about doing it without a script or a plan? That’s what happens during improv. It’s making up a story and characters in the moment. And while that might sound scary, it can actually be a healing and empowering…

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  Have you ever considered living in a country where you don’t speak the language? That’s exactly what Pamela Wilson did when she became an exchange student in Colombia, South America right out of high school. This first “make it brave” moment helped Pamela cultivate a lifelong approach to pushing herself outside of her boundaries,…

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When difficult things happen in life, we have two choices. We can wallow in pity or we can find ways to make the best of it. For Taylor Moreland and his family, they definitely chose the latter route when their first child, Brody, was diagnosed with spina bifida and spinal cord atrophy, conditions that have…

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