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This podcast is for out of the box thinkers and for those that hear HOPE in Always Another Way. There is Always Another Way to do things. If you are rigid in your views -- this might not be your cup of tea. However, you should note...tastes can change.
THERE IS ALWAYS ANOTHER WAY -- do to things.
Marina talks to game changers in the mind/body/spirit/education space.
You'll hear from neuroscientists, philosophers, entrepreneurs and more. We talk about psilocybin for depression, acupuncture, revisioning, network spinal analysis, ecstatic dance, the zendo project and more!
Bonus -- Putting some of my hypnosis tracks on here too. All hypnosis is self hypnosis. Do not listen to hypnosis recordings while driving. Hypnosis allows the conscious mind to take a back seat and let the unconscious mind take control and be an agent for change. Just like the time you stopped getting in your own way and made positive changes in your life.

Marina has a Masters in Professional Counseling. She is the IPPY Award winning author of Stop Looking for a Husband: Find the Love of Your Life and Nasty Divorce: A Kid's Eye View. She is trained in clinical hypnosis. She has always been a challenger of authority.

Phoenix * Marina Sbrochi
MA Professional Counseling
IPPY Award winning author
Allways Another Way podcast
Find Always Another Way Podcast on iTunes and subscribe and rate!
I appreciate all of your support and sharing!

ALLWays Another Way Marina Sbrochi

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Support this podcast with anything you feel like contributing. I pay for studio time myself and hope this brings value to you!
If you feel like making a donation for this track or anything that I have helped you with, I am appreciative.
Donate Here --- https://bit.ly/2lDuBIc

This podcast is for out of the box thinkers and for those that hear HOPE in Always Another Way. There is Always Another Way to do things. If you are rigid in your views -- this might not be your cup of tea. However, you should note...tastes can change.
THERE IS ALWAYS ANOTHER WAY -- do to things.
Marina talks to game changers in the mind/body/spirit/education space.
You'll hear from neuroscientists, philosophers, entrepreneurs and more. We talk about psilocybin for depression, acupuncture, revisioning, network spinal analysis, ecstatic dance, the zendo project and more!
Bonus -- Putting some of my hypnosis tracks on here too. All hypnosis is self hypnosis. Do not listen to hypnosis recordings while driving. Hypnosis allows the conscious mind to take a back seat and let the unconscious mind take control and be an agent for change. Just like the time you stopped getting in your own way and made positive changes in your life.

Marina has a Masters in Professional Counseling. She is the IPPY Award winning author of Stop Looking for a Husband: Find the Love of Your Life and Nasty Divorce: A Kid's Eye View. She is trained in clinical hypnosis. She has always been a challenger of authority.

Phoenix * Marina Sbrochi
MA Professional Counseling
IPPY Award winning author
Allways Another Way podcast
Find Always Another Way Podcast on iTunes and subscribe and rate!
I appreciate all of your support and sharing!

    Ep:95 When you Change Things - Things Change - With Eric Fry

    Ep:95 When you Change Things - Things Change - With Eric Fry

    Change always sounds easy.
    Stop drinking.
    Stop smoking.
    Eat better.
    Go to sleep earlier.
    Leave that bad marriage.

    ...
    You get the point. However, ask anyone who has tried any of the above and they will tell you that change is anything but easy.

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    Why do some people change and others don’t?
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    What brings change?
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    The truth is....nothing changes, unless something changes.

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    Eric Fry is an entrepreneur and detox specialist who, almost out of necessity, became interested in health and wellness after a career in the liquor industry.

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    After getting sober, Eric quickly followed his desire to help others and began studying under world-renown Naturopathic Doctor, Robert Morse. Like Dr. Morse, Fry supports a homeopathic approach to health, and includes fasting, fruitarianism and herbs as key tenants his practice.
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    Eric supports yoga, meditation, breath-work, sounds bath; and all other vibrational enhancements.
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    Keeping inspired by other souls aiding in the asintion process, Eric has plans of doing his part by opening a donation-based Detoxification center. A private health club and healing center, Donation Detox will double as a tea house and herbal tincture bar by-night. This is because
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    Eric trusts the recent literature that suggests addiction is most easily overcome by community. As the Donation Detox motto suggests ‘there’s nothing more intoxicating than a great conversation.’

    https://www.donationdetox.com/
    www.allwaysanotherway.com

    • 48 Min.
    EP:94 Racism + Protests + Truth with Vianne’ Hall

    EP:94 Racism + Protests + Truth with Vianne’ Hall

    The media shows what it wants to show. It’s directed by many factors. You’ve heard the phrase, “if it bleeds, it leads.”

    This is not by accident. No one would tune in if the world was just fine.

    There is also the element of one sided reporting. Or the quick report — and then no one sees the retraction.
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    You’d be white if you thought there was no racism in America.
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    A black man is thirteen times more likely to be murdered in this country than a white person. (Washington post)
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    21% of black victims were UNARMED compared to 14% of white victims.
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    WHERE you live matters - Black people are 6x more likely to be killed by police in Oklahoma than Georgia.
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    13 of the 100 largest US city police departments kill black men at higher rates than the US murder rate.

    ITS NOT ABOUT CRIME
    In Buffalo NY
    Population is 258,959
    50% non white
    Violent crime 12 per 100K
    0 people shot and killed from buffalo police 2013-2016

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    Orlando FL
    Population is 255,483
    42% non white
    Violent crime 9 per 100K
    15 people shot and killed by Orlando police in 2013-2016
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    My guest grew up in South Louisiana and was there for the Alton Sterling protests.
    She’s hear to tell her truth.
    The truth you might not have seen from the comfort of your home.
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    Vianne’ Hall She is a 26 woman born and raised in South Louisiana (Baton Rouge/New Orleans). She is a lover of sports, food, tech, and politics. She has been working in the tech space for about 2 years now. She loves talking to people, hearing their thoughts on different situations, and hearing their life experiences; She feels it helps her grow as a person.

    • 45 Min.
    EP: 93 Diving Into Food and more with Franchescha Nor

    EP: 93 Diving Into Food and more with Franchescha Nor

    You’ve heard the antiquated and misogynistic phrase, “A woman’s place is in the kitchen.”

    Why then are only 19% of chefs women?
    There’s a history that goes back to the 17th century on that. (Link in first comment)

    What about toxic restaurant kitchen environments? Gordon Ramsey anyone?

    Today with all the poisonous chemicals leaching into foods, overuse of antibiotics in livestock, oil and radioactive material in the ocean, etc. It’s even more important to know where your food is coming from.

    Busy schedules and the ease of cheap and bad for you food make it easy to get caught in a trap.

    “Let food be thy medicine, and let medicine be thy food.” This famous quote is often attributed to Hippocrates.

    All food is not created equal.

    There is one woman doing things Another Way!

    We’re going to talk about all this and more!

    Franchescha Nor is the owner and creative director at Dive Coastal Cuisine in Dallas.

    Born and raised in Southern California, Franchesca is part Brazilian and Texan – but she's inspired by the world around her. She's lived in Colorado, Lake Tahoe, California, Italy, and Florida.

    Graduating at the top of her class at Johnson & Wales University, Franchesca was then schooled by different culinary masters, including Chef Alan Susser (founder of the Mango Gang in Florida), Chef David Bouley (Evolution), Chef Andrea Curto-Randazzo (winner of Food and Wine Magazine's Best New Chef award), Franchesca plays homage to her training with full, flavorful, and entertaining dishes.

    Dive's menu is heavily influenced by Franchesca's childhood, travels, and culinary education.


    You can also find her newest venture at Artichoke Mama


    https://womenareboring.wordpress.com/...
    https://divecoastal.com/
    www.allwaysanotherway.com

    • 44 Min.
    EP: 92 The Importance of Speaking Up with Laleh Alemzadeh-Hancock

    EP: 92 The Importance of Speaking Up with Laleh Alemzadeh-Hancock

    This episode is sponsored by ✨ Salon Pompeo ✨
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    Children are to be seen and not heard.
    Who in the world made this statement up?

    The disservice begins here and only moves forward. Many people struggle with speaking up and asking for what they want, as well as setting boundaries.

    We are going to talk about all this!
    From Laleh:

    Avoiding confrontation. Dreading consequences. Trying not to offend or hurt someone. Naturally shy. Culturally sensitive. Or, just afraid to rock the boat. There are many reasons we may ‘bite our tongue’ and studies show just how often we choose to stay silent when we have something important to say:

    69% of workplace managers resist communicating with their staff.
    72% of employees say they don’t speak up at work when they feel they should.
    74% of people are afraid of public speaking.
    65% of therapists say breakdown in communication is the top cause of divorce.

    My guest has lived an amazing life. Extraordinarily resilient, intelligent and definitely a women who knows how to speak up!

    Laleh Alemzadeh-Hancock is a leadership and entrepreneurial coach, professional services consultant, personal wellness mentor, and founder and CEO of global professional services company, Belapemo. Laleh boasts 30 years’ experience in operational excellence, change management and business consulting, and has inspired and empowered thousands of individuals including Fortune 500 executives, government agencies, non-profit organizations, athletes and veterans. A highly respected executive and leadership coach, Laleh has a particular interest in supporting and encouraging the leadership capabilities of women – in business, in the workplace, at home and in the wider community. She is featured alongside luminaries such as Oprah Winfrey, Melinda Gates, and Ginni Rometty in the 2019 publication, America’s Leading Ladies: Stories of courage, challenge and triumph.

    Follow Laleh here --> https://www.facebook.com/Belapemo
    Find her here -->https://belapemo.com/
    www.allwaysanotherway.com

    • 38 Min.
    Ep: 91 — Deanna DiPizio Johnson - Fierce Female on Fire

    Ep: 91 — Deanna DiPizio Johnson - Fierce Female on Fire

    A great business is a top down venture.

    My client opened her first salon at 24. Her talent, tenacity and hard work have taken her to where she is today — 25 years later.


    I can walk into Salon Pompeo at any time and book a blow out with any stylist — and it’s perfect. Where else can you do that?


    That’s just the tiny tip of greatness that is the hallmark of Deanna.


    You’ll learn how she excels, pushes herself and strives to do better all the time.


    We’ll talk about how she went from dream to reality and what’s coming next for this fierce female.


    You’ll be inspired to be the best you can be.


    You can turn your dreams into reality.


    Don’t miss this exciting episode.
    Be sure to subscribe to ALLWays Another Way Podcast on your podcast app.
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    There is a reason clients return again and again to Salon Pompeo, Dallas’ premier full-service salon – creator and founder, Deanna DiPizio-Johnson. Her artistic vision, a shrewd business sense, and a unique idea for honest client relations, is what drove the Buffalo, NY native to open her first salon location on Dallas’ McKinney Avenue in 1995. At the age of 21, Deanna moved to New York City for advanced training at the world renowned Jingles Institute. It was there that she began to form her vision for what she felt would be the ideal salon experience.

    After kissing the Big Apple goodbye, Deanna moved to Dallas to begin her career. She started working for someone else but quickly realized that was not for her. So at the age of 24, with nothing more than sheer resolve, confidence, and a personal guarantee that convinced everyone she was going to make it, Deanna opened her first location. But what to name it? Deanna’s grandfather was always someone she looked up to for his courage and hard work. So she paid him homage by naming her salon after him, Pompeo DiPizio.

    The success of Salon Pompeo can be attributed to Deanna’s eye for talent and her knack for instructing new stylists. Assistants who have trained under her have gone on to have their own successful careers.

    They credit her ‘tough as nails’ approach as something that drives them to be the best. DiPizio-Johnson is well known for her charity involvement.

    One of the events closest to her heart is the annual Children’s Cancer Fashion Show. She says, “My staff and I truly believe this is one of the greatest events we are involved in each year. I’ve always believed in ‘paying it forward,’ and I’m proud that I can mentor my staff to share in this belief.”

    Along with being a successful businesswoman, DiPizio-Johnson shares her busy life with her husband Jarrod and their two young children. In fact, no business endeavor has challenged or rewarded her like being a mom. She says, “Becoming a mother has been the single most amazing thing I’ve ever done.”

    http://salonpompeo.com/
    www.allwaysanotherway.com

    • 48 Min.
    EP:90 Malas, Weight loss and Yoga. The power of Bianca Rochell

    EP:90 Malas, Weight loss and Yoga. The power of Bianca Rochell

    You’ve heard the saying, “Nothing changes if nothing changes.”

    Bianca is making things happen. Her story will inspire you to reach for the stars!

    Bianca Rochell is an Oklahoma native who began her yoga journey at a point in her life where she simply wanted to get back to being her.

    With the challenge of being the heaviest she's ever weighed at 237 lbs., she made the decision to choose 3 different workout programs: Boxing, Orange Theory Fitness, and Yoga.

    With an immediate love and connection to yoga, she immediately researched yoga certifications and made a plan to become an instructor.

    She is a 200-HR RYT, is Yoga Sculpt certified, and has been teaching since December 2017. Now having lost over 80 lbs, she has found joy in sharing her journey with others.

    https://yobybee.com/

    • 23 Min.

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