40 episodes

Join Heroic Humans founder/CEO Dana Clark in interviewing and connecting with people from across the globe. Her mission? To inspire, celebrate and empower Heroic members of our communities.

The Heroic Humans Podcast Dana Clark

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 65 Ratings

Join Heroic Humans founder/CEO Dana Clark in interviewing and connecting with people from across the globe. Her mission? To inspire, celebrate and empower Heroic members of our communities.

    040. Starting Over & Building Your Dream Life With Brittney Megann

    040. Starting Over & Building Your Dream Life With Brittney Megann

    After a short break, Dana returns to the Podcast with a touching and impactful interview with Brittney Megann! Brittney tell us the story of how her life turned upside-down (twice) and how she managed to rebuild herself, her identity, her self-love and appreciation for life. 
    Brittney is a social media guru and business coach, host of the Hey Social Babes Podcast and owner of Social Babes Co which is a online community for women focused on taking control of their life, following their dreams & securing the bag. Brittney is also a self love advocate and a big believer that everything happens for a reason, but  that we are also always in control of our own lives. Her mission is to inspire women to fulfill their purpose and follow their dreams. 
    IG: https://www.instagram.com/brittneymegann/
    https://www.instagram.com/socialbabesco/
     

    • 42 min
    039. Healing & Navigating Mental Health Through Music & Songwriting With Joshua LeBreton

    039. Healing & Navigating Mental Health Through Music & Songwriting With Joshua LeBreton

    Dana and Joshua talk about how life experiences and trauma ultimately form us, and who we are as people.
    Joshua LeBreton is a music artist that uses song to navigate darkness. His story is riddled with early life traumas complete with the resulting anxiety and obsessive compulsiveness that has lended him a unique, albeit quirky, worldview. He pours this into his songwriting project called The Canary Yellow in hopes of helping others to feel seen.
    https://thecanaryyellow.carrd.co
    Instagram @thecanaryyellow
    Spotify/Apple Music, etc.
    Facebook.com/TheCanaryYellow
    Twitter @TheCanaryYellow
     

    • 50 min
    038. A True Story About Infidelity & Bravery With Stephanie Jackson

    038. A True Story About Infidelity & Bravery With Stephanie Jackson

    Through her journey with infidelity, Stephanie Jackson found the bravery and courage to not only repair and mend her own heart and family, but also to help others who are experiencing similar experiences. Her work with Beacon Coaching challenges people to step into their true identity to live a life of fulfillment in all aspects of their life. She says "It is my desire to see people living in the sweet spot of their full potential with passion, honesty and integrity."
    https://www.instagram.com/beacon_coachingca/
     
     

    • 45 min
    037.From a Debilitating Stutter To Delivering A TEDx Talk: Gaining Confidence With Joze Piranian

    037.From a Debilitating Stutter To Delivering A TEDx Talk: Gaining Confidence With Joze Piranian

    Named Inspirational Speaker of the Year by Speaker Slam in 2017, Joze Piranian has gone from avoiding speaking due to a debilitating stutter to delivering a TEDx talk, being featured on CBC, sharing the stage with Arlene Dickinson at the Archangel Summit, and performing stand-up comedy in Los Angeles at the Laugh Factory as well as in Chicago, New York, Montreal, Edinburgh and Beirut (where he performed with Nemr). Joze has also delivered keynotes about Resilience and Diversity & Inclusion at conferences, organizations and various educational institutions. He speaks 6 languages, and yes, he stutters in all of them!
     
    https://www.instagram.com/yeswayjoze/
     
    https://www.instagram.com/p/B4qNUYmpI8Y/

    • 57 min
    036. Changing The World Of Fashion, Beauty + Confidence With Roxy Earle

    036. Changing The World Of Fashion, Beauty + Confidence With Roxy Earle

    Born and raised in Toronto, Roxy Earle is bringing empowerment to women of all shapes and sizes. She was casted on the show The Real Housewives of Toronto, and this is the opportunity that gave her the stepping stone to build a business with a major shift and new meaning to the “plus-size” world.
    Her confidence has helped break down social barriers and has given a voice to a large group of women who deserve to be heard. She continues to promote, collaborate and celebrate trends toward inclusive sizing and growing confidence.
    Along with modelling, fashion, travel writing and charitable work, Roxy is a fierce advocate for body positivity. This passion has inspired her speaking tour and the creation of #MySizeRox, a social media movement that enables women of all sizes to be confident with their bodies.
     
    https://www.instagram.com/luxuriousroxy/

    • 42 min
    035. Soulspiration Through Spoken Word Poetry, Vulnerability & Speaking Your Truth With Arielle Estoria

    035. Soulspiration Through Spoken Word Poetry, Vulnerability & Speaking Your Truth With Arielle Estoria

    In this episode, Dana connects with Arielle Estoria, a spoken Word Poet, Author, Dance Party Enthusiast Emcee and Event Host Speaker, Model and Actress​. Her motto of "Words not for the ears but for the soul" stems from her dedication to remind her audience that words are meant to be felt and not just heard. ​Arielle has shared her work through spoken word and themed keynote talks with companies such as Google, Sofar Sounds, Lululemon, Dressember, Tedx, the SKIMS campaign by Kim Kardashian and more.
    This episode is filled with love, vulnerability, and so much inspiration!
    https://www.instagram.com/arielleestoria/

    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
65 Ratings

65 Ratings

SarMc1982 ,

Such a beautiful idea!

This podcast is such a beautiful Idea and movement - celebrating how incredible humans are. I learn something in every episode! Thank you for doing what you do Dana!!

alxstwrt ,

Episode 23 with Ryan Pasquin

Although Ryan is one of my best friends and I know so much about him already, I learned a ton through listening to this podcast. Listening to an individual’s nuanced experience tackling systemic oppression in their identity formation is always incredibly valuable and we should cherish this learning opportunity whenever it comes our way.

Nicolas94. ,

Very Inspiring

This was my first heroic humans podcast and I can truly say I loved it! Very engaging content and enthusiasm shown by the host and the guest. I felt engaged and waiting to hear more for the whole thing! Keep up the great work.

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