Unpacking the stories and mental fitness practices of people living at the top of their game personally and professionally.
Taking Your Power Back & The Permission Slip To Being Yourself. Human Design w/ Emma Dunwoody
Emma Dunwoody is a qualified Master Coach and Human Behavioral Specialist who wakes people up to the power within them using her unique method of Transformational Human Design(TM), a system of self-knowledge and guidance unlike anything else that exists.
Reflection, Calmness, and Prioritizing Positivity with Emmy and Golden Globe Winning Producer Andrew Barnsley
Andrew Barnsley is an Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning Executive Producer based in Toronto and Los Angeles. A six-time Canadian Screen Award winner, three of his series have been nominated for Best Comedy over the past 10 years. Andrew previously served as an Executive Producer on the comedy SCHITT’S CREEK (80 x ½ hour) starring Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara, for which he received Emmy, Golden Globe, and Canadian Screen Awards. He is the CEO of Project 10 Productions and currently the President of the Toronto Film School.
The Power of Dance and Movement in Processing Trauma and Identity Shifts w/ Hannah Blake
Hannah Blake is a somatic healer and founder of Somaya, a meditative movement method that promotes healing and higher states of consciousness. With a background as a professional dancer, Hannah has shared her practice around the globe and expanded to include preparation and integration of psychedelic medicine journeys. She is also the director of programming at Holos Costa Rica, a retreat space and holistic community with indigenous traditional medicines at the center. Through her work, Hannah aims to help others access their innate wisdom through the power of movement and dance.
Perspective Matters: Creating a More Accessible World w/ Disability Activist Paula Carozzo
Paula Carozzo is an inclusive activist, disabled content creator, model and speaker who has cultivated and created a space to redefine disability. At the age of five, Paula was diagnosed with cerebral palsy after experiencing brain damage from surgery, which caused a non-traumatic brain injury in the motor cortex region of her brain. On her journey with a cane, Paula shares her story about what it's like to live with a disability by amplifying the voices of her community and sharing their laughs, struggles, and adventures.
Post Traumatic Growth: Exploring the Limits of the Human Experience with Combat Sniper (former) & Film Producer Jeff Depatie
The Secret To Finding Flow: How Darren Berrecloth Masters Mental Fitness as a Pro Mountain Biker
Darren Berrecloth: Professional mountain biker, globetrotter, free-rider, snowmobiker, surfer, fisherman, and hunter-gatherer!
Authentic and inspiring
Mental fitness is a seemingly novel but much required concept in modern day society - Marc unpacks gold with his conversations, teaching people to be better than they were yesterday. Every day.
I initially became aware of Marc’s podcast through John Joseph who I’ve been following for years.
The podcast is really informative and the guests are very interesting, learning a lot!
🙏🏼 thank you!
Marc is one of my fellow great Canadians!
Love Marc and his energy and tact for information! Always truly curious and I leave with a new piece of great insight! Love this podcast!!