20 episodios

Wake up to your purpose! Wake up to your passion! Wake up to your greatness! In each episode of Wake Up!, Monika Zands connects with amazing people who have been willing to dive into their life's challenges in order to create incredible success, contribution and impact. These are people who have faced fears, overcome obstacles, relentlessly pursued their dreams and are now able to share their stories. Welcome to the show and get ready to wake up!

Wake Up With Monika Zands Monika Zands

    • Economía y empresa

Wake up to your purpose! Wake up to your passion! Wake up to your greatness! In each episode of Wake Up!, Monika Zands connects with amazing people who have been willing to dive into their life's challenges in order to create incredible success, contribution and impact. These are people who have faced fears, overcome obstacles, relentlessly pursued their dreams and are now able to share their stories. Welcome to the show and get ready to wake up!

    019: Do What Your Soul is Calling You To Do with Jesse Gros

    019: Do What Your Soul is Calling You To Do with Jesse Gros

    Jesse Gros is an extraordinary husband, father, and life coach, whose office is a yurt in the middle of Santa Monica. He has written two books. His latest, My Life Coach Wears a Tutu and Your Wild & Precious Life, were inspired by his life of adventure. During today’s episode, Jesse candidly shares his newly found ability to say no, his philosophy about what success truly is, and how he plans to uplift humanity’s consciousness one person at a time.
     
    Key Takeaways:
    [03:53] Every 10 years or so, Jesse receives a signal that it's time to make a transition in his life.
    [13:12] Our society has mastered self-gratification, but Jesse craves authentic freedom.
    [17:35] Pain and suffering are healed with total surrender and compassion for yourself.
    [23:39] Playing 'the beauty I see in you is... ' game at Burning Man.
    [27:57] Recognizing your mission, and becoming a beacon.
    [32:05] Getting into alignment about what is clear to you.
    [36:52] The tutu is free expression without judgment from others.
    [38:44] Take the creative risk, and create a vacuum, and see what, and who finds the way in.
     
    Mentioned in This Episode:
    Jesse Gros
    Jesse on Facebook
    My Life Coach Wears a Tutu: A Freethinker's Guide to Coaching, by Jesse L. Gros
    Your Wild & Precious Life: Adventures in Conscious Creation, by Jesse L. Gros
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    • 43 min
    019: Taylor Clark's Kick in the Butt from Gary Vaynerchuk

    019: Taylor Clark's Kick in the Butt from Gary Vaynerchuk

    Taylor Clark is a 22-year-old entrepreneur and fashion designer dedicated to changing the world – one shirt at a time. Growing up with her parent’s bridal gown business, Taylor was exposed to the fashion and business industry at a young age. Her infatuation for bridal gowns led her to travel across the country to Los Angeles, CA to attend the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) and pursue her dreams of being a fashion designer. While Taylor’s main goal within FIDM was to be accepted into their 3rd year program, a full debut runway show that attracts 10,000+ industry professionals, she sadly just missed the mark. Little did she know, this would be a turning point on her mission to change the world. 
    Taylor’s endearing vulnerability in sharing her downfalls, as well as her triumphs, makes her not only a pinnacle of humility, but an incredibly relatable human being to anyone who’s ever felt lost at some point in their life. After a year of feeling stuck, Taylor made it on the Gary Vaynerchuk show where she asked how to shake the feeling of dissatisfaction with her current state. His answer sparked a movement inside of her, and Taylor embarked on a 30-day plan to launch her very own clothing line: Digital Nomad Apparel (DNA).
    As of now, Taylor is ever growing and expanding her clothing line toward her vision of a global massive collaboration. Her end goal is a to be a platform for designers from all across the globe to show and get credit for their creations, essentially changing the way we view fashion today. 
    In this episode of WakeUP!, Taylor gives insight on how embracing the dark makes way for the light in your life and how taking every opportunity presented to you is a doorway to success. Get excited for episode 19 with Taylor Clark!
    Discussion Topics:
    Who is Taylor and what is she up to now?
    Why are you on this planet and what is inside of you that is calling you forward?
    What advice do you have on achieving your dreams in the face of fear and self-doubt?
    Taylor Clark:
    Instagram: @thefabulousjourney
    Youtube: youtube.com/taylorclarkthefabulousjouney

    • 37 min
    018: Make an Impact on People’s Lives by Sharing Authentically with Alexa Rose Carlin

    018: Make an Impact on People’s Lives by Sharing Authentically with Alexa Rose Carlin

    Guest Alexa Rose Carlin is a speaker, business coach, author, and entrepreneur, who started her first business at 17. An autoimmune deficiency almost kept her from graduating college and working in the fashion industry designing jewelry. Alexa shares the story of how she turned a near-death experience and a debilitating disease into her personal brand by authentically sharing her ordeal on Periscope. Her goal is to empower people to believe in themselves, so they can accomplish their dreams and make a difference in the world.
    Alexa’s All-In-One (Authenticity, Inspiration and Optimism) philosophy has earned her paid speaking engagements and a reputation as a confidant for people who need to feel like someone is listening.
     
    Key Takeaways:
    [1:39] Alexa volunteered to be put into a coma when a medical team was needed to save her life from Sepsis.
    [10:34] After moving to NYC to start her career in the fashion industry, Alexa got sick again.
    [12:46] Alexa adopted a healthier lifestyle and wrote a cookbook.
    [14:26] Wanting to share her story with people who needed to hear it, Alexa started telling her story for free.
    [18:01] Her decision to share openly about her sickness on Periscope made a huge impact on people.
    [21:02] People let Alexa know her All In One (AIO)  philosophy has helped them by reaching out to her.
    [23:57] Alexa’s advice is to journal and write feelings down, and to share feelings with trusted friends.
     
    Mentioned in This Episode:
    Alexa Rose Carlin
    Alexa Rose Carlin on Periscope
    @AlexaRoseCarlin on Twitter
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    • 33 min
    017: Why Live Streaming is the Next Big Thing with Alex Khan

    017: Why Live Streaming is the Next Big Thing with Alex Khan

    Alex Khan has been called the second most loved person on the Periscope platform. His wickedly intriguing German accent and his genuine persona earned him 200,000 followers and 50 million hearts in his first year of streaming. Alex is a serial entrepreneur, a keynote speaker and social media strategist. In the social media game since 2006, Alex has been able to gain insights about the most successful incentives and strategies that foster communication and activity among his members.
    He joins Monika on today’s podcast to discuss how his early upbringing has shaped his life, how to sell any product, and the importance of knowing your audience.
     
    Key Takeaways:
    [3:36] Alex appreciates social media’s ability to bring together people that he knows, likes, and trusts.
    [5:27] Live streaming is the next big thing, because it is an intimate, authentic way to see who someone really is.
    [12:01] If you have KLT in marketing, you can sell any product or any service.
    [14:28] Alex explains why it is important to know who and where your audience is.
    [23:01] Advice from Alex on how to take advantage of their own greatness, including his 3 D’s to success.
     
    Mentioned in This Episode:
    Alex Khan
    @1AlexKhan on Twitter
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    • 27 min
    016: Say Yes to Your Intuition with Siddiqui Soul Ray

    016: Say Yes to Your Intuition with Siddiqui Soul Ray

    Monika welcomes the lady who kicked her spiritual butt, Siddiqui Soul Ray. Siddiqui is an Intuitive Coach who provides her clients intuitive, clear direction, confidence, and hope. She is an energetic and playful certified health and wellness coach, and her 5 Archetypes help clients identify their blind spots. Siddiqui's genius channeled through in the form of photography. It was through this medium she realized she was healing her wound of needing to be seen.
     
    Key Takeaways:
    [2:48] Siddiqui’s new book, Fire Your Guru, highlights emotive intuition and egoic logic making their way through the world together.
    [11:05] Yearning to be truly seen, guided Siddiqui to her genius.
    [18:54] Five Archetypes to identify blind spots.
    [22:29] The soul is a person’s unique, energetic DNA.
    [27:23] The intuition muscle is our innate, animalistic sense of knowing.
    [31:24] Channeling intuition is where genius is born.
    [32:27] Monika shares her breakthrough journey.
    [41:30] If you are listening to this podcast you are being called to wake up.
     
    Mentioned in This Episode:
    Siddiqui Soul Ray
    Be Your Own Guru
    Wake Up! with Monika Zands
     

    • 43 min
    015: Nourishing Your Body is a Spiritual Practice with Isabel Foxen Duke

    015: Nourishing Your Body is a Spiritual Practice with Isabel Foxen Duke

    The funny, raw, and authentic Isabel Foxen Duke joins Monika to share the inspirational journey of how she stopped fighting food. As a body positive advocate. Isabelle graduated with a BA in Sociology from Tufts, and received her health coaching certificate from the Institute of Integrated Nutrition. Isabel created StopFightingFood.com. It is there she offers a free video training series for women who want to stop feeling crazy around food.
     
    Key Takeaways:
    [2:08] Isabel’s obsessive diet cycle started when she was a three-year-old after a doctor put her on a special diet.
    [9:58] Isabel skidded along the bottom for a while before she realized dieting was no longer an option for her.
    [14:54] Isabel’s work addresses changing the way clients relate to food at a deeper level than intuitive eating.
    [16:15] When Isabel stopped fighting food she had room for more things in her life.
    [21:11] As a wellness professional, Isabel is here to serve a social justice mission.
    [26:21] Isabel’s wake up tip — Identify what ‘you-shaped’ hole you can fill in the world.
     
    Mentioned in This Episode:
    Stop Fighting Food
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    • 30 min

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