18 episodes

Music inspires, heals, and lifts our souls. If you loved the 80s and it's music, this podcast is for you. Patricia Friberg synthesizes the positive impact of music with the healing of storytelling as her inspiring guests share powerful stories of transformation.
This "totally rad" podcast will:
 Elevate your mood providing you with a positive outlook
 Ignite recall, so you can tap into your own life events
 We don’t just hear the knowledge and wisdom gained from our
podcast guests, through powerful story we can live it.

"Learned it from an 80's Song" Patricia Friberg

    • Mental Health
    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

Music inspires, heals, and lifts our souls. If you loved the 80s and it's music, this podcast is for you. Patricia Friberg synthesizes the positive impact of music with the healing of storytelling as her inspiring guests share powerful stories of transformation.
This "totally rad" podcast will:
 Elevate your mood providing you with a positive outlook
 Ignite recall, so you can tap into your own life events
 We don’t just hear the knowledge and wisdom gained from our
podcast guests, through powerful story we can live it.

    Episode 17 Finding Resilience through divorce during the Pandemic

    Episode 17 Finding Resilience through divorce during the Pandemic

    In January, Ronna was feeling optimistic and excited about 2020, when out of the blue, the rug was pulled out from under her. Her husband of 20 years walked out on her. Devastated, she managed to pick up the pieces of her broken family and implemented self-care so she could best support her children through the sudden change. Her perseverance allowed her to not only help her family, but to also turn her pain into service. Through her podcast, Life’s Gone Real, she helps woman who have experienced hard times.
    In this episode you will learn these “totally rad” tips:
    How self-care can ultimately allow you to show up as your best self How when life throws you curve balls, resilience helps you recover quickly How being of service improves altruism and helps your overall wellbeing

    • 48 min
    Episode 16 Healing Through Qigong

    Episode 16 Healing Through Qigong

    Chris Shelton, the author of “Qigong for Self-Refinement” and Teacher of Qigong and Chinese medicine, experienced the power of healing after a traumatic injury left him unable to walk. With the martial arts discipline, Qigong practices, and Chinese medicine, Chris regained his strength becoming a martial arts champion and a world-renowned healer. He and his wife, Parisa Shelton, founded Morning Crane Healing Arts Centers and the Qigong teacher training program. Together their mission is to be of service to the community as they blend ancient and modern healing modalities in ways that are practical, accessible, and obtainable.
    In this episode, you will learn these “totally rad” tips
    How shifting energy “chi” can boost your immune system and elevate your mood, which is especially important during this time. How when you are able to come through to the other side of a life struggle you will become more awake and enlightened which increases your overall strength. How standing in your truth and your authentic self-expression is critical for your overall health.

    • 55 min
    Episode 15 Loss during the Pandemic

    Episode 15 Loss during the Pandemic

    Michael Keeney, an award-winning fitness expert, manager and educator, living in NYC during the peak of the pandemic received a call from his mother that his dad had fallen ill. Michael’s gut told him something did not seem right, he packed up, put on his protective gear, and boarded the next plane out to South Texas. In just a couple short weeks his father was diagnosed with cancer and passed away. Michael learned some of the most important life lessons through this experience and shares these with the audience.

    In this episode you will learn these “totally rad” tips:
    How vulnerability builds trust and empathy, improves self- awareness, and increases potential for growth How a strong support network, practicing gratitude, and persevering through the 12 steps of AA can help with the bereavement process. How forgiveness restores relationships, restores positive thinking, offers a greater sense of hope, and allows for better ways of managing stress.

    • 46 min
    Episode 14 Staying Confident and Practicing Self Awareness

    Episode 14 Staying Confident and Practicing Self Awareness

    Zahra Abdullah, an executive coach, global speaker, senior marketing and transformation consultant, shares her inspiring story of overcoming bullying. She has mastered the ability to avoid self-doubt and continues to educate her clients on how to become authentic and self-assured leaders. She shares the science behind developing self-confidence and how we change our brain to improve our outlook and performance.
    How to eliminate self-doubt to become a self-assured & authentic leader. How strengths-based assessments and feedback can help leaders perform better and thrive. How exercising your confidence muscles can give you the growth mindset for peak performance

    • 34 min
    Episode 13 From a Two Week Gig to a 10 Year Career

    Episode 13 From a Two Week Gig to a 10 Year Career

    Samantha Clayton, an Olympic Sprinter and mother of 4, took a 2 week fitness gig and made it a 10 year executive career where she serves as the Vice President for Herbalife. She takes her experience with the “team” mentality into her leadership by focusing on collaboration, connection and collectivism.
    In this episode you will learn these “totally rad” tips:
    • How to show up in life challenges as your best self.
    • How to understand where you are and where you want to go, while keeping the finish line in perspective.
    • How when the going gets tough, it is important to look toward the bright side and positivity which helps eliminate resistance & negativity.

    • 30 min
    Episode 12 Living Life with Perspective & Presence

    Episode 12 Living Life with Perspective & Presence

    At age the young age of 44, Allison was living the life of a hectic Mom raising twins, of a PTA president, and of a fundraiser for the local ballet theater. Her life came to a screeching halt when she was given life-altering news from her doctor. “What? Cancer? DCIS? I just don’t have time to be sick”. Allison shares her incredible journey from diagnosis through treatment and how she was able to keep perspective and persevere.
    In this episode you will learn these “totally rad” tips:
    What is DCIS (Ductal Carcinoma In Situ) and how is it different from other breast cancers. How to be an informed patient and your own advocate when faced with many options and opinions. How this life-changing diagnosis ultimately paved the way for Allison to her living life to its fullest by being fully present

    • 56 min

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