I am Lee Davy and my life purpose is to use my experience, passion and drive to inspire others to excel in their work and family lives. I do this through my work with the Needy Helper where I help people remove destructive habits from their lives permanently.
On Being a Sober Leader: A Conversation With Tony McGrath
Tony McGrath, a former soldier, and elite athlete came to Canada as a new immigrant after a career as a senior executive in banking, insurance, and retail in the UK and Europe.After heading up a number of startup enterprises he led the investment group and management team to launch a new Canadian insurance company.Tony is a partner in a consulting practice, which focused on leadership mentoring, strategy and execution planning, and business turnaround. He facilitates workshops, seminars and is a frequent speaker at conferences in North America and the UK. He has been a sought after interim CEO in challenging business situations and is currently CEO at Calgary’s The GRAND theatre.He sits on a number of Advisory Boards for start-up companies and entrepreneur incubators in Canada, sat on the Alberta Board of Directors of the Certified Management Consultants. He volunteers as a business mentor for Futurpreneur Canada, Haskayne Business School, and The Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship. He has a particular interest in the Social Enterprise business. For access to show notes, including Tony McGrath's work and special workbook related to this episode. click here.
Alcohol-Free Reparenting, Socialising & Creating: A Conversation With Ben Curtis
Ben Curtis is an award-winning actor known for his roles in Spy, Echelon 8, and Mercy. He is one of three members of Dirty Mae, an New York City born-and-bred indie-folk band. Ben is also a Public Speaker & Personal Freedom Coach who specialises in guiding creative and sensitive men to step into their power and life. To download the show notes, pick up a special workbook to deepen your knowledge on this subject and to find all of the links to Ben Curtis's work, follow this link.
Exploring The Wild Way: A Conversation With Sam Goldfinch
For the past 2 years, Sam has been writing about thriving without alcohol on his site unaddicted.co.uk. Having spent years under the spell of alcohol, he understands the feeling of helplessness that can come from addiction. Thankfully, a series of life circumstances, the words of others and seemingly disconnected events conspired to finally set him free. This inspired him to put his words on paper in the hope that he may help a few people along the way. After returning to the UK after 8 years living abroad, he is continuing his career as a part-time English teacher and Holistic Health Coach. The idea that his story and outlook could help even a few to realise that leaving alcohol behind is a cool and subversive choice is one of his main drives. 6 months ago, he started his new coaching venture ‘The Wild Way’. After almost five years free from alcohol, Sam felt ready to start his own business, built upon all he had learnt from stopping drinking. The Wild Way provides a way for people to work on all aspects of health from food and movement to sleep and finding some quiet in our lives. Despite leaving alcohol behind, once the ‘Pink Clouds’ had passed, Sam felt there were aspects to his health the he wanted to improve and optimise to support his future. If you see yourself in this pattern and you’re interested in finding out a little more, head over to Wildway.co and take a look! To download the show notes, pick up a special workbook to deepen your knowledge on this subject and to find all of the links to Sam Goldfinch's work, follow this link.
On Being Someone That Doesn't Drink Alcohol: A Conversation With Norm MacDonald
Norm Macdonald is one of the world's top stand-up artists. David Letterman referred to him as 'maybe the smartest guy in comedy', and Jerry Seinfeld described his approach as 'sophisticated dumbness'. The Canadian comedian previously starred in Saturday Night Live. He specialises in stand-up shows and deadpan delivery. Norm also has two shows on Netflix: Norm Macdonald Has a Show and Hitler's Dog, Gossip & Trickery. Follow the link to download the show notes a special workbook dedicated to this episode and the links to the video.
Self-Sabotaging Behaviours in Relationships And What to do About Them: A Conversation With Casey Warwick
Casey is an Embodiment Coach specialising in relationships, Some of her secret weapons behind this movement is she is a Master NLP Practitioner and Hypnotherapist. Casey has worked with and learnt from the best in the business including the likes of Tony Robbins, Joe Dispenza, Gabby Bernstein Preston Smiles, Joel Brown, Luke Hawkins, Kate Gray & Jeff Slater. Casey's journey into coaching started when she decided to step into the world of personal training only to realise most of the women & men working with her, had deep trauma that needed to be healed. Casey soon shifted her focus from not only health & fitness but into understanding the behavioural psychology behind why we think act and do to create situations in our lives. Hence the "Embodiment". Casey has served in the Military and had many leadership roles throughout her career. Her understanding of the human mind and sabotage strategies allow her to use fast tactical approaches, hypnotic activations and thought provoking activities to ensure her clients succeed quickly and life change their for the better! Casey combines both the human/primitive instincts and spiritual world to show the blind spots of what we fail to not see in our relationships, business & life to master the energies of the masculine & feminine source within.For access to show notes, including Casey Warwick's work and special workbook related to this episode. click here.
Awakening the Fierce, Freak Self: A Conversation With Natalie Kabenjian
Pole artist, teacher, and somatic healer who has helped women from all walks of life rise in love with themselves and reclaim their power through feminine movement. Natalie is also a Pleasure Embodiment + Sexual Intimacy Coach who is certified in the Erotic Blueprints the 5 eroticlanguages. Deemed a conscious, compassionate rebel, Natalie helps people in partnerships become more erotically empowered in their sexuality and live unabashedly in their own bad arse brand of pleasure. She helps them to not only embody their desire but to connect and integrate that with their partners; activating each other to heal, grow, and discover new flavors that could elevate their partnership to the epic climax it deserves and beyond. Natalie’s ultimate mission is igniting and inspiring people to live their most radically turned on lives possible; to rebel against their pain and forge their own pleasure revolutions; to awaken their animal within and be their fierce, freak selves without limits. For access to show notes, including Natalie Kabenijian's work and special workbook related to this episode. click here.
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I am a drug and alcohol counsellor and am always looking for inspiration for myself and for my clients. I totally recommend this podcast for its variety and applicability. We can always reduce our recourse to alcohol, food etc and this does that. Thanks so much Lee.
I have been sort of the Strive community since February 2019. The podcasts are inspirational and bang on topic for someone who is wanting to become someone who doesn’t drink alcohol. Highly recommended.
Real, honest and the truth.
Do yourself a favour folks, listen to this! He's real, he's upfront and honest and, best of all, he speaks nothing but the truth about alcohol. Thanks Lee!