October 25th, 2021 | Season 7 | 37 mins 50 secs
addiction, healing, trauma
How do you begin to fathom finding harmony when your life is falling apart before it even begins? For Leah Forney, the early stages of her journey were fraught with imbalance and hardship. Born addicted to drugs to two addicted parents, being raised by her grandmother, fighting her own addictions and being sexually assaulted seemed like so much to bear until she decided to free herself from the cycle of generational trauma.
October 18th, 2021 | Season 7 | 13 mins 11 secs
five tips, how to disrupt, personal growth
“Disruption is designed to realign us, elevate us, and propel us to become a stronger version of ourselves.” If you don't do it for yourself, someone will do it for you. Find out how you can begin your own disruption process.
October 11th, 2021 | Season 7 | 31 mins 41 secs
expat, relocation, special needs parenting
Growing up in apartheid South Africa, raising a special needs child and having to move across the globe during a global pandemic caused a major shift in Suzanne Daniels' life. The single mother and lawyer is learning so much from her life in America and from her visually disabled daughter, who has helped her to understand that nothing is impossible.
October 4th, 2021 | Season 7 | 9 mins 46 secs
acceptance, patience, visualization
It's Fall, y'all. Like the trees shedding their leaves, we are shedding the things that no longer serve us. And when things fall apart, it can be traumatic and disruptive. If you allow it all to fall gracefully however, it will eventually all fall into place.
September 27th, 2021 | Season 7 | 36 mins 53 secs
community, educator, loss
Monica Goree is like a phoenix who has risen from the ashes of divorce and death. In a span of four years, she lost her father, her marriage and her mother. In the midst of her grief, she found solace and sobering in the power of prayer through journaling and the love and support of her immediate community. Monica was able to arise from imbalance of loss by choosing life and ended up accomplishing her lifelong goal of becoming a principal.
September 20th, 2021 | Season 6 | 15 mins 31 secs
future, position, vision
Once you see the vision, you have to do the work for it manifest. Often times, you do yourself a disservice by focusing on how others are manifesting and attempting to be a carbon copy. But you are an original who requires a process unique to your needs and desires. That process is key to you getting in position to execute on the vision.
September 13th, 2021 | Season 6 | 27 mins 23 secs
entrepreneur, never too late, storytelling
After 20 years in social work, Diane knew she was ready to make a new difference in people's lives and launched a company devoted to telling story through pictures. She experienced fear and being the only woman in the room, but had a resolute belief in her ability to start. Diane took the leap and has never looked back.
September 6th, 2021 | Season 6 | 12 mins 19 secs
faith, perseverance, start
You've been stepping to the starting line throughout your life's journey. You are familiar with the landscape. You are aware of the pitfalls. You have the experience, will, capacity and faith to make your start. Avoid the starting from scratch mentality and you will get ready, get set and GO!
August 30th, 2021 | Season 6 | 12 mins 32 secs
activation, isolation, manifestation
Building something requires just as much external work as it does internal. Why then do we withdraw inward in our phase of creation? Don't mistake yourself for a caterpillar during your building phase. There is much to gain from those around you.
August 16th, 2021 | Season 6 | 31 mins 36 secs
authenticity, entrepreneurship, farming
Finding her place on a 3-acre, 150-year old farm was just the beginning for Helen Tremethick. It is here that she cultivates a life of true and authentic badassery for herself and her clients. Find out how the intersection of permaculture and authenticity is the gift that keeps on giving.
August 2nd, 2021 | Season 6 | 45 mins 54 secs
caregiver, educator, health
When Kiyra Holt received a globe as a child, she knew she would travel the world. Becoming a caregiver of her parents at age 15, losing her mother and being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, was the recipe necessary to propel Kiyra into the world she had always imagined.
May 24th, 2021 | Season 6 | 22 mins 44 secs
mental health, wellness
How you look, think and feel play a huge part in you being your optimum self. And it's especially difficult after pregnancy/giving birth plus a busy life and everything in between? Split training may help more than you think.
May 17th, 2021 | Season 6 | 33 mins 29 secs
faith, identity, motherhood, well-being
In this rewind episode with Tamara Sykes, there is so much to learn about reinvention, motherhood and grace. As a Caribbean immigrant, mother of a biracial child, and a successful SEO strategist, Tamara has found a way to make space for what truly matters.
May 10th, 2021 | Season 5 | 39 mins 54 secs
adoptee, film festival, korean-american
Julie Young is a Korean-American adoptee, recovering lawyer and film festival founder grounding her work and mission in creating culture and community. The wife and mother of two took years to truly connect with her Korean identity; but when she began to discover her story, it revealed more than she could ever have imagined.
April 26th, 2021 | Season 5 | 22 mins 56 secs
faith, productivity, wellness
The best way to learn about yourself is to listen to other's stories. This year has taught me so much about the things I appreciate and the things I'd rather do without when it comes to my personal being. There is so much blessing in the growth process, even after just one year.
April 19th, 2021 | Season 5 | 39 mins 58 secs
faith, motherhood, wellness
When you have two miscarriages in one year, how are you supposed to hold on to your faith and sanity? For Lisette Covarrubias, everything seemed to go exactly right, until it didn't. She was a first generation high school and college graduate two times over, married and faithful believer. But when faced with her own human limitations, Lisette leaned on God and the power of her grandmother's story.