Dr. Brenda Wade, America's Modern Love doctor, transforms love relationships and heals lives as a guestspert on shows like Dr. Oz, The Today's Show through her groundbreaking seminars and books. Follow us and "like" us on Facebook and Twitter!
Melissa Proctor: From Ball Girl to CMO
Melissa McGhie Proctor is the Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of the Atlanta Hawks & State Farm Arena. In this role, Proctor oversees the day-to-day operations of the club’s marketing, Hawks Studios, live experience and production, brand merchandising, creative services, corporate social responsibility, brand communications and basketball development teams. She has been recognized with Leaders and Aspire Academy’s Leaders Under 40 Award; earned a mention on Atlanta Magazine’s 2018 list of Women Making a Mark, and was recently selected as part of the Sports Business Journal/Daily’s 2020 class of Forty Under 40. A published author, Proctor released her first book this year titled From Ball Girl to CMO.
Margot Hall: Hieroglyph, and Life in the Theatre
MARGO HALL is an award-winning actor, director, activist, educator, and newly appointed Artistic Director of the Lorraine Hansberry Theatre. She has graced Bay Area stages for 30 years as a performer and director. She recently appeared in the hit film Blindspotting with Oakland native Daveed Diggs and All Day and a Night on Netflix. She was last seen onstage in Exit Strategy at The Aurora Theater. She recently directed How I Learned What I Learned at Marin Theatre Company, BARBECUE (which she also starred in) and Red Velvet for SF Playhouse and Brownsville, b-side for tray for Shotgun Players. Other acting credits include: Marin Theater Company- JAZZ, Skeleton Crew, Gem of the Ocean, Fences and Seven Guitars.
Kelvin Chin: How to Live Life More Fully
Kelvin H. Chin is the Executive Director and Founder of both the Overcoming the Fear of Death Foundation and the nonprofit TurningWithin.org. Working with audiences on death and dying issues since the 1980's, Kelvin has taught numerous seminars for the healthcare industry, was a state-certified Long Term Care Ombudsman for the California Department of Aging, and a co-founder of the Center For Medical Ethics and Mediation. Bringing greater clarity to his client's thinking in their personal and business life is something Kelvin has applied throughout his 40-year career, including teaching meditation worldwide to more than 5,000 people since the 1970's in schools, businesses, the U.S. Army and at West Point. Kelvin also formerly held CMO roles at AmLaw100 law firms, and was a VP for the American Arbitration Association.
Debra Gusti: Saturday Night Alive!!!
Debra Giusti has spent over 40 years on the leading edge of the ever-emerging progressive culture, locally and internationally, creating and supporting “new paradigm” evolution, as the “Creatress of Transformation”. She has founded and grown many businesses that support personal growth and transformation, healthy & sustainable lifestyles, cutting-edge spirituality, and community connection, including the Harmony Festival, 1 of the 1st transformational festivals, taking place from 1978 – 2011 in Santa Rosa California, drawing 30,000 participants. She currently distributes Debra Recommends, Harmony Connects, and Transformation Paradigm eNewsletters which share transformational online programming, live events, resources, serves over 200,000 subscribers nationally and internationally. She is the author of "Activate Your Soul Tribe" book. She also currently produces Saturday Night Alive for the Global Peace Tribe, an inspirational virtual variety show that takes place every Saturday night.
Jill Osur: How to Succeed in a Women Owned Business
Jill Osur, has helped over ten start-ups launch and is a seasoned sales and marketing executive and holds board seats on a number of regional university career development programs. Jill was the recipient of a 2012 Bronze Stevie Award for Female Executive of the Year in Consumer Products for up to 2500 employees, was honored in the East Bay Business Time “40 under 40” (a few years back) and San Jose Business Journal’s “Top Women in Business”. Jill is a co-founder and director of GoldLine Brands, a full-service winery group in El Dorado County, CA. Jill is a serial entrepreneur, activist for social justice, and is considered a connector and a disruptor.
Teneral Cellars is a woman owned and run wine business. From its home in Northern California, it is a digital platform to a community of like-minded women who sip, create, and act with purpose. This socially-forward wine business is data-driven and built for the largest consumer base in the wine industry – WOMEN!
Judi Miller: Perfect: A Path to Love, Forgiveness and Transformation
The Universe’s “Perfect” Orchestration of a Path to Generational and Individual Healing
This life-changing book illustrates the awe-inspiring and magical way that the Universe orchestrates our lives toward a state of wholeness, completion and love—whether we are aware of it or not!
Perfect is a true recounting of the transformational journey that Judi Miller was guided to take that brought the exact right people together, in the exact right order, to right a wrong committed decades ago; before her birth and which left its shadow on her soul.
Judi started her career as a Certified Public Accountant and went on to excel in the world of corporate finance. Most of her life has been dedicated to personal development and helping others excel in a constantly changing environment. Judi has trained with renowned spiritual visionaries. As an author, coach and speaker, she will inspire you to live a more passionate life filled with greater clarity, joy and happiness. Judi spends most nights protecting her dog from thunderstorms.
Room for growth
I listened to the David Richo interview. He sounded like he had so many valuable insights to share. The interviewer, Brenda, interrupted often and the interruptions really took away from the conversation. This is a challenge for podcasters who may be accustomed to being in the spotlight, to listen and sit in the background so the wonderful guests they have can be enjoyed. I’m not sure when the podcast was recorded, perhaps there has been some growth since then.