Living with a focus on perspective will greatly affect all events we encounter. Are you ready to learn to shift how you think about every situation you face? Do you want to live a life that you love? I don’t mean like, I mean LOVE. This podcast will teach you how to show up every day with a survive AND thrive attitude. I share my real life messes, triumphs, and philosophies, given to you straight up, so you can move past just existing and start fully LIVING a life that resonates with your inner purpose. Shit happens every. Single. Day. Our emotional and physical response to this determines what happens next. Together, we lean in to those times and come out stronger and smarter...and even happier! The only way to get over it is to get through it; let’s do this!
I've Got A Plan (feat. Cait Pearson)
We've talked money before, and how it can feel a bit icky to be forthcoming about financials. But real talk is all about sitting in that discomfort, so you can make real change! Welcome aboard Cait Pearson, food photographer, profit coach, podcast host, and "the ultimate hype woman". Cait's world-dominating podcast, She's Hungry, shakes down the anxiety and embarrassment that many of us struggle with when it comes to managing our finances. In the same way that many of us need to work on our relationships with our bodies - breaking down bad habits picked up from our parents - we also need to focus on reforming how we view money. It's tricky, we get it! But Elisha, Shannon, and Cait are gonna walk you through the basics needed to build a structure for a successful business, plus what NOT to do so we can save you from making those same mistakes. If you're sitting on a brilliant business idea and are freaking out over where and how to start, WE'VE GOT YOU. Dive into this episode, and touch base with us or Cait if you have questions or need support. Your relationship with money doesn't have to be a negative one, so get ready to learn how to make it work for you!
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Shut up, Speak Up
In the very distant future, alien explorers will stumble upon the Real Talk, Real Change podcasts from 2020, and be like, "What... the actual fuck?" From a global pandemic to looting Louis Vuitton, it's been an interesting few months for the human race (and don't get us started on the murder hornets). In today's episode, Elisha and Shannon get DEEP on the current state of America: George Floyd's horrific murder. Micro-aggressions and white privilege. Amy Cooper and how white women weaponize the police. Taking a stand as a business owner. Acknowledging mistakes, and teaching our children - of all backgrounds - about existing while black. Elisha delivers some raw truths on being a black woman, terrified for her brothers, and their children. We're in the eye of a flash-point for humankind, and it's important that we listen, learn, and grow from our mistakes. Tune in for this compelling chat that's literally about life or death on the streets of America, and remember that we're here to listen, support, provide resources, and promote forward moving change. Comment, PM us, make suggestions.
P.S. We're pausing our website and fan club launch for a short while, as now is the time for reflection and focus. Be kind to yourself, and others.
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Feelings, Fluffers, and Forever Forward
We're overdue for a check-in on our hosts, and how they're preparing for a slow re-entry into a world that's essentially unrecognizable from what we knew two months ago. Back at the onset of coronavirus, everything was so uncertain... and not much has really changed. While everyone seems to be an authority, no-one really knows anything, right? Information is in constant conflict - which has led to a lot of divisiveness and vitriol. But despite all of this, Shannon's entering Phase 1 with Urban Waxx in Eugene, and Elisha has remotely built a brand new business from scratch in just two weeks, nbd. Tune in to get the lowdown on their progress, what they've learned about themselves during quarantine, and how geography plays such a significant role in shaping your belief system. We also want your suggestions on future topics of discussion, so don't be shy about sending a DM and heading to Apple for aa lil' podcast feedback (WE LIVE FOR IT). Lastly, we have hugggeee book giveaway on the horizon, and trust us, you'll wanna be here for it!
Sex & Cigarettes (feat. Heidi Busche)
Ready for some honest, vulnerable real talk on sex and relationships? Thought as much. We've hooked up with Heidi Busche, author of Relationship Ready: How I Stopped Fucking Randos and Started Cupcaking My Soulmate. Heidi shares her struggles with sobriety, the drawbacks of being a "guy's girl", and details the wreckage of countless intimate encounters gone awry due to her deep feelings of unworthiness - until she found the tools to switch up her game. Join Elisha, Shannon, and Heidi (if that IS their real names) on this nostalgic dip into the ground zero of past relationships: how different personality types process conflict, how to honestly and clearly navigate couple arguments without escalation, and how to be authentic in ALL of your relationships. We reckon that this is one of those episodes all women can relate to and benefit from, no matter your background or history. Buckle up, losers in love - Heidi's here to help!
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The Potato or the Egg
We're not done checking in on fellow entrepreneurs to see how they're riding the 'ronacoaster - mostly to find out how their business practices have adapted to our new normal. And we've found that all of them, without exception, are "amp(ing) up their game for when the lights go back on." In this episode, Shannon and Elisha are tickled to chat with Kris Ward, authority in productivity and building your business by building your team, podcast host, author of Win the Hour, Win the Day, "recovering rushaholic", and super polite (though not to be messed with) Canadian. After a 2 year sabbatical to provide end of life care for her terminally ill husband, Kris returned to her business to find it had not only survived without her, but thrived, due to a structured team plan she'd prophetically set into motion years earlier. Now, she teaches those struggling with their own growing business how to leverage their bandwidth, the crucial importance of strategy and training, and how entrepreneurs can double their income while taking triple their time off. Seem impossible? It's actually 100% doable, and this episode is the inspirational kick in the butt we all needed to work smart rather than hard.
Free Gifts From Kris!
The Outsourcing Playbook For Busy Entrepreneurs.
More Results Less You!
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Scene: You're feeling sad, or in a crappy mood. Even though you're not really feeling it, you talk to a partner or friend about it. Suddenly, you feel a million times better. That's Real Talk | Real Change. Our quarantined hosts shoot the shit over "the COVID psychosis," otherwise known as "Elisha cackles her way through describing her dubious life choices." Sit down with your podcast besties as they revisit boric acid suppositories and the world's best vibrator, how spending all of this time cooped up with partners and kids can prompt a free fall into paranoia over mystery knickers, the trauma echoes of being cheated on, and how parenting can sometimes feel a little bit... bipolar. Yep, the girls have snapped, and it's freaking hilarious. We wanna hear your bananas COVID psychosis moments, too, so 'fess up, because it always feels better to talk about it (and lord knows we could all use a laugh).
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