Love, light and laughter.
The 108 Big Words podcast is hosted by Sam Dyer.
My purpose is to inspire and broadcast love, light and laughter. I am on a mission to have big word conversations with people who get it. By big words, I mean things like miracles, connection, love.
108 is a significant number for may reasons. In Sanskrit, it means happiness. One of my favourites is that 1 represent self, 0 represents the world, 8 represents infinity.
I hope you enjoy the episodes and the journey.
Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, however you’re feeling, I wish you
love, light and laughter.
Diversity and inclusion - Ama Afrifa-Tchie
Diversity and inclusion are easy to say. What do they mean in society and the workplace?
Curiously confident - Nicola Wai-Shee Chan
Nicola Wai-Shee Chan is a body confidence coach with a background in fitness and NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). Her theme for this year is "curiously confident". Listen to her episode and hear what it's all about.
Talking gratitude with Rev Dr Ylawnda Peebles
Ylawnda Peebles is the exultant wife of 27 years to her best friend, Senior Pastor, Joel R. Peebles, Sr., and she is Co-Pastor of the City of Praise Family Ministries in Landover, Maryland. We talked about the why, what and how of gratitude.
I will not be out worked
Jesi Stracham is a trauma survivor on a mission to help individuals see the opportunity in their obstacles. She is the founder of Wheel With Me Foundation, the owner of Wheel With Me Consulting, and a full-time student. Through her struggles, she works for teaching individuals the power of our mindset.
Get resilience - Lee Groombridge
Drawing on his business experience as well as certification in NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and interest in stoicism, Lee has written a book called Get Resilience. Sam and Lee talked about what resilience is and how to get the right mindset.
Facial Equality - Phyllida Swift
Phyllida is an appearance activist and CEO of Face Equality International. After sustaining life-changing facial scars in a car accident in 2016, she set out to reshape the negative narratives that dictate the public perception of scars and facial differences. Outside of her work, Phyllida can be found doing CrossFit, yoga, doodling, or cooking up a vegan storm!