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.
Nine days before her 17th birthday, Rose suffered a catastrophic injury. She went from an athlete to a quadriplegic overnight. Though life has completely changed, Rose has refused to let her circumstances define her. As a mother to three young boys, a successful business owner and best-selling author, she is defying the odds and is on a mission to dismantle ableism.
Growing up in the Soviet Union, Marina was raised in the culture of censorship. She always felt a big voice inside her but using it was simply not an option. When she immigrated to Canada she was devastated to discover she still didn’t have a voice, this time for very different reasons. In this episode, Marina shares how she learned to own her voice, scale its reach and use it to empower others.
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Petrona Joseph led a very glamorous life on the outside. She was climbing the ranks in the luxury automobile industry, she was at every event and was making good money as an influence marketer but on the inside, it was a very different story. Crippling anxiety, depression and unresolved childhood trauma tormented her daily, which left her feeling empty and unworthy. In this episode she shares how she copes with PTSD, ways to free yourself from your past and the importance of vocalizing the need for help, especially in the black community.
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In 2013 Craig Stanland was arrested by the FBI and sentenced to federal prison. He lost everything and plummeted to rock bottom at a rapid pace. Craig has spent the past several years reinventing himself and now helps others to own their past, take responsibility for their reality and make choices that are aligned with their desired future.
We have a tendency to use the words creative and artistic synonymously. Creative consultant, Stefano Di Lollo, believes creativity spans far beyond artistic abilities. It is human interaction, it’s divergent thinking, it’s problem solving, it’s leadership and it holds the key to healing. Stop diminishing your creative power and learn how to use it to achieve your wildest dreams.
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