Mark began to learn to manage this anxiety through nutrition, among other things, and eventually he unlocked his mind, heart and even his gut.
Women in their 30's are not supposed to get stage 3 colon cancer. Tabitha took it and beat it through a bad ass mindset that was filled with connection and faith.
Mary has gone through many radical changes during her life. She has "had it all" and gave that all up to find her true self that was staring at her in the mirror.
RK takes us on the journey of her story from leaving her country because of an impending war, to staying briefly in a refugee camp. From there she learned to fall in love with words and begin to write.
Helene shares how she handled hearing the news that her nine-year-old son had cancer, and some of the unlikely sources of inspiration in this journey.
Lucy is a woman who is on a mission driven to help woman grow! From one discussion to now, she has over 400 members in her non-profit, many from some of the poorest areas in her country.
If you have lost faith in youth today, you must listen in to Will who is an 18-year-old faith-based high school senior. He has accomplished an impressive amount at such a young age, all while remaining drug & alcohol-free.
Melissa has extensively studied how the brain works and how the brain function can help people in workplaces work better together. From gratitude to making sure people matter are just some of the things we cover.
Heather never felt growing up that she was enough. Professionally, she did the corporate thing until she was laid off. This brought her right back to her childhood feeling of being an outcast. Thankfully she was laid off with dignity and learned to flip a switch.
Amy shares her non-linear journey in becoming a writer. She sees the brilliance in others and writes about it. Ghost writers can be hidden in plain sight, and Amy shares her thoughts on how she has stopped hiding.