Kelly Bron Johnson is on a mission to help create greater opportunities for oppressed and marginalized people. As an autistic, hard of hearing, proud non-binary Black woman of mixed race, Kelly has lived through a number of challenges. Through her work she is determined to make the path easier for others, and in particular, for her two disabled racialized children. She is changing the future of work by helping companies become more diverse and inclusive, creating spaces where differences are not only embraced but sought after.
Ana Lovera had it all; an impressive career, her dream job, and a beautiful house but when things turned violent in Venezuela, she made the hard decision to leave it all behind in order to protect her family. Full of pain and anger, Ana learned to channel her energy into something positive and began to rebuild. This is her story of survival, strength and starting over.
Atena Sadegh was always a happy person but when her mother was diagnosed with a near fatal brain tumour, everything changed. The heavy burden of survivor's guilt coupled with the realization that she’d placed her worthiness into her mother’s hands challenged her self-love in a major way. In this week’s episode Atena shares how she let go of her guilt, how she learned to love herself unconditionally and how you can, too.
In a time where job security is shaky and self-reflection is at an all time high, Kirsty Bisset offers insight for today’s aspiring entrepreneurs. She shares what it was like to be unemployed and desperate for work to owning 5 businesses and landing a spot on Fast Company’s Top 30 Under 30 list. The secret sauce to her recipe for success is failure. Learn how you can turn unfortunate circumstances into your next big opportunity in this week’s episode.
Despite being raised in an abusive home with an alcoholic father, being forced to grow up far too soon and losing his wife to breast cancer at just 40 years old, Robert continues to seek the beauty life has to offer. It wasn’t always that way, however. Robert endured years of self-destruction before he realized that perhaps some of his best days were yet to come and that, if assembled, all his broken pieces could very well be his greatest masterpiece.
Former radio host, marketing executive and founding member of Osheaga, Sandra Rinaldi made the huge decision to leave the rock and roll world after 20 years when she realized it no longer made her happy. She went back to school at 41 years old, embarked on a self-discovery journey and completely started over. Learn how she found her path, overcame her fear and developed an unwavering belief in her ability to succeed.
Executive and life coach, Zahra Abdullah, explains appreciative inquiry, a positive strengths-based approach to change that leaders can leverage to promote more creativity, better problem solving and transformation. She also shares how this approach helped her navigate major changes in her personal life and career.
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In this episode, Samantha shares her latest career move, what sparked the major change and how purpose served as the compass on her road to fulfillment. If you're at a fork in the road in your life, this is a must listen!
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Lateisha landed her dream job at CNN News fresh out of college and started a new life in New York, but she had nothing to show for it. Major money blocks and limiting financial beliefs resulted in debt, fear and insecurity. She broke free from her toxic money story and now, as a licensed financial coach, helps people change their mindset to attract abundance and generate wealth. Learn more and earn more by tuning into this week’s episode!
For years Dani conformed to people's opinions of who she should be, so much so that she lost sight of who she was. Today she is a powerhouse voice and leadership coach, helping women move courageously in the direction of their dreams, go bolder and own their “extra”. Discover how she put an end to her people pleasing ways, got comfortable with being her unapologetic self and how you can too.