16 episodes

Life is but a series of moments. Some moments slip by like sand through our fingers, leaving us unchanged and unscathed whilst others are pivotal and serve as catalysts for change. This podcast is about pivotal moments faced by great guests that discuss their journey through real-life issues & challenges. From grief, health, business, wellness, relationships and spirituality to anything in between; this show gets into the nitty-gritty. Reflective, intimate, vulnerable, the real deal – this podcast will leave you feeling stronger, empowered and inspired. New episodes every Wednesday.

BOOT CAMP FOR THE MIND & SOUL Claire Rogers

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

Life is but a series of moments. Some moments slip by like sand through our fingers, leaving us unchanged and unscathed whilst others are pivotal and serve as catalysts for change. This podcast is about pivotal moments faced by great guests that discuss their journey through real-life issues & challenges. From grief, health, business, wellness, relationships and spirituality to anything in between; this show gets into the nitty-gritty. Reflective, intimate, vulnerable, the real deal – this podcast will leave you feeling stronger, empowered and inspired. New episodes every Wednesday.

    Sean Tyler Foley | Surviving a Stroke at Age 17

    Sean Tyler Foley | Surviving a Stroke at Age 17

    Since he was six years old, Sean Tyler Foley has been acting in film and television and is an accomplished film and stage performer. He has appeared in productions including Freddy vs. Jason, Door-to-Door, Carrie, and the musical Ragtime. 
    Tyler is passionate about helping others confidently take the stage and impact an audience with their stories. He is currently the managing Managing Director of Total Buy-In and author of the number one best-selling book, The Power to Speak Naked. 

    Tyler is with me here today to talk about a stroke that he suffered at age 17 that left him partially paralyzed on the left-hand side of his body for over a year.
    TOPICS THAT I DISCUSS WITH SEAN TYLER FOLEY:
    ·       Suffering a stroke
    ·       Rehabilitation
    ·       The silver lining in suffering from a stroke
    ·       Acting
    ·       Public Speaking
     LIST OF RESOURCES AND CONTACT DETAILS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE            
    To learn more about Sean Tyler Foley and to connect with him go to:
    LINKS TO SOCIALS
    https://www.instagram.com/seantylerfoley/
    https://www.facebook.com/SeanTylerFoleyYYC/
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPaMWxi5lGc_msriWtO45eA
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/seantylerfoley/
    https://twitter.com/DropTheMicSTF
    https://www.facebook.com/seantylerfoley/
    WEBSITE
    https://themethod.seantylerfoley.com/
    BOOK:
    https://bookshop.org/books/the-power-to-speak-naked-how-to-speak-with-confidence-communicate-effectively-win-your-audience/9781631954450

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    • 45 min
    LAKI 'LUCKY' NUA | Living with Social Anxiety Disorder

    LAKI 'LUCKY' NUA | Living with Social Anxiety Disorder

    Laki (Lucky) Nua is a content creator of two YouTube channels and three different podcasts. His content includes rapping about mental health, talking about mental health in various media, and interviewing people about their journeys through his podcast, "Mental Health Chats." He started his content creation because it became a cathartic way for him to deal with his social anxiety and depression. 
     Lucky is here with me today to discuss his mental health journey of living with Social Anxiety.
     TOPICS THAT I DISCUSS WITH LUCKY:
    · Living with Social Anxiety Disorder
    · Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
    · Coping Strategies
    · How to potentially recognize someone who struggles with Social Anxiety Disorder
    · How to communicate effectively with someone living with Social Anxiety Disorder
     
    LIST OF RESOURCES AND CONTACT DETAILS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE            
    To learn more about Lucky and to connect with him go to:
    Mental Health Casual Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnxGcHSvrpP-MEdw7rxzy0A
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mentalhealthcasual/


    LISTEN TO THE EPISODES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODES: 


    Claire Rogers | Waking up & Climbing Out of Rock Bottom
    https://www.itopiacoaching.com/show-notes/waking-up-crawling-out-of-rock-bottom


    Sonny Von Cleveland | Overcoming Childhood Trauma and Incarceration by Becoming Self-Aware, Being Authentic & A Powerhouse of Inspiration

    https://www.itopiacoaching.com/show-notes/sonny-von-cleveland-overcoming-childhood-trauma-and-incarceration-by-becoming-self-aware-being-authentic-a-powerhouse-of-inspiration


    Daniel Mangena | Prison, Suicidal Ideation & Transforming Life from Misery to Celebration https://www.itopiacoaching.com/show-notes/daniel-mangena-prison-suicidal-ideation-transforming-life-from-misery-to-celebration
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    • 42 min
    Dr Scott Silverii | From Chief of Police to Entering a Season of Obscurity

    Dr Scott Silverii | From Chief of Police to Entering a Season of Obscurity

    Dr. Scott Silverri grew up along the Bayous of Southern Louisiana. He has a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology and is a retired Chief of Police who worked undercover for 12 years and 16 years as a SWAT Commander.
    Dr. Scott’s highly decorated law enforcement career promptly ended when he received a calling to leave public service to minister men struggling with trauma from past personal pain, abuse, and addictions.
    Dr. Scott is the founding pastor of Five Stones Church online, where he ministers to people struggling with their relationship with God due to negative experiences with institutionalized religion.
    TOPICS THAT I DISCUSS WITH DR SCOTT:
    · His journey through law enforcement
    · The damage of working undercover and in SWAT
    · The impacts of retiring from the only career he’d ever known.
    · His relationship with God.
    LIST OF RESOURCES AND CONTACT DETAILS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE

    Connect with Dr Scott at:
     Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PastorScottSilverii
    Facebook: Five Stones Church - https://www.facebook.com/FiveStonesChurchOnline
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scottsilverii/
    Website – Five Stones Press - https://www.fivestonespress.org/
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    • 1 hr 2 min
    Jessica De La Morena | A Candid Conversation About Navigating Cancer

    Jessica De La Morena | A Candid Conversation About Navigating Cancer

    Imagine if one day you are driving to a routine doctor check-up in your car, with the window down, long hair blowing, listening to the Rolling Stones’ “Time is on My Side,” humming along, and thinking about what you are going to make for dinner for your kids.
    And imagine that the next day you are told that the tumour is an aggressive cancer rarely found in the uterus, indicating that it was probably a secondary tumour.
    Imagine this then detonating a extensive week of tests to determine the situation and what paths were available to move forward toward healing.
    This is the situation that my next guest, Jessica de la Morena found herself in.
     Jessica is joining me here today from Spain, to discuss her cancer journey and how it has transformed her and led her to create an empowerment and wellbeing movement.
    TOPICS THAT I DISCUSS WITH JESSICA:
    ·       Receiving a Cancer diagnosis
    ·       Navigating emotional turmoil
    ·       Cancer treatment
    ·       Radical Remission
    ·       Facing Cancer Again
    ·       Becoming a hero of your own story
     LIST OF RESOURCES AND CONTACT DETAILS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
    ·       Visit Jessica de la Morena at https://uarethehero.com
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    • 55 min
    Toffy Charupatanapongse | Losing a Parent to Suicide

    Toffy Charupatanapongse | Losing a Parent to Suicide

    Toffy Charupatanapongse is the co-founder of MindTerra, a community using writing and journaling as a tool for mental well-being. She has a Master's in Education from the University of Pennsylvania and uses her education experience to design and create meaningful community-oriented programs at MindTerra.
    Toffy has this passion for mental health and well-being because in her freshmen year of college, her father died by suicide.  After having to navigate her own mental well-being and seeing that mental illness can be a silent epidemic affecting those closest to her without her knowledge, it became the fire that made her passionate about giving back in this field. 
    TOPICS THAT I DISCUSS WITH TOFFY:
    ·      Personal identity and cultural identity
    ·      Losing a parent to suicide
    ·      Navigating the stigma of suicide
    ·      Coming to terms with losing a loved one to suicide
    ·      How to have a mindful conversation with someone who has lost a loved one to
    suicide
    LIST OF RESOURCES AND CONTACT DETAILS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE            
    To learn more about MindTerra visit:
    MindTerra Website: www.mindterra.co
    MindTerra Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindterra.co
    MindTerra Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindterra.co/
    MindTerra LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mindterra-co/
    Email: team@mindterra.co
     
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    • 34 min
    Rosa Ponce De Leon | Finding Beauty on the Other Side of Grief

    Rosa Ponce De Leon | Finding Beauty on the Other Side of Grief

    Rosa Ponce De Leon is a keynote speaker, the podcast host of Powerful at Work Radio, and a leadership coach who has spent over twenty years working in law enforcement in Orange County, California.
    From her background in law enforcement and her personal experience, she has learned that tragedy is part of life that happens to both good people and bad people.

    Today I am talking to Rosa about the tragedy and grief within her own family and how, over time, she has learned to accept and be okay with grief.
    TOPICS THAT I DISCUSS WITH ROSA:
    · The immigrant experience
    · A career in law enforcement
    · Family tragedy and grief
    · Dealing with grief
    · Learning how to see the beauty on the other side of grief
    LIST OF RESOURCES AND CONTACT DETAILS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
    · Visit Rosa Ponce De Leon https://rosaponcedeleon.com/
    CALLS TO ACTION:
    · Visit iTopia Coaching at: www.itopiacoaching.com

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

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6 Ratings

6 Ratings

WillRodriguezFL ,

Beautiful soul sharing stories that change lives

I’m just in absolute awe of Claire’s spirit. Her energy, kindness and selflessness comes through loud and clear in the interviews Not only is her personal story incredibly inspiring, but the stories she shares through her guests are wonderful and inspiring in their own right. This is one of those shows that I immediately devour the minute a new episode is released.

Johnny Bdazzle ,

Great show!

Great host who gets straight to the heart of the matter, offering helpful tips and resources and a great selection of guests.

rpshek ,

Honest, vulnerable and thoughtful

Claire’s story is one of strength and courage. Her unique mix of vulnerability and confidence highlights her understanding of the depths of her guests. And she has a rare talent of getting to the depth of the emotions of those guests. I’m a new subscriber and fan of this show!

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