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 50 Finding life after loss
Eric Hodgdon is an author, speaker, and coach. His book, “A Sherpa named Zoe”, is a number 1 bestseller. He was also a speaker for TedX Youngstown. After Eric lost his 15-year-old daughter to suicide, he has dedicated his life’s work to helping others manage their grief and find life after loss. Through his book, speaking events, and coaching, it has been Eric’s mission to help people to know that they do not need to walk alone in their grief journey and that they can honor their loved ones by living life with intention.
In this episode, you will learn these “totally rad” tips
How time is a companion when dealing with loss and human connection is the key to managing grief. How grief is individual and every step (no matter how big or small) is a step forward. How sharing your experience and struggle can help in the healing process. How you can honor your loved one by continuing to live your life after loss. The memory does not stop with their death, rather it carries on through your living. How leaning into your character strengths can help you through the grieving process. If you have experienced loss Eric has generously given our listeners a Grief Survival Guide The Grief Survival Guide (Free PDF) http://griefsurvival.guide.
A Sherpa Named Zoi - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1973265877/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_TV8CFbAYPG6GS
Episode 49 Leading with Courage
Rich Baker is a performer and teacher with The Second City. He has also toured with Comedy Sports Chicago, Mission Improvable, and Rollin’ in Riches. He is an author who has dedicated his career to teaching improv, stand up and sketch skills, and along the way, he has inspired his students to be courageous in their lives. With the pandemic hitting performers both emotionally and financially, he was able to persevere, get creative and “dare to fail”. Rich created his own online Improv coaching program providing classes and workshops for performers and students all over the world.
How the improv lesson of “daring to fail’ can help encourage a practice of bravery when making life decisions How leaning into your strengths can lead to overall happiness How “starting with the smallest possible thing” can get you on the path to success
Episode 48 Summer of Self-Care Series #6
Avissa Ilkhan is an addiction counselor working with the homeless and those with HIV in the Los Angeles region. She shares her challenging stories of loss and of finding self-compassion in bleak times.
In this episode you will learn these totally rad tips:
• How practicing self-kindness and reaching out for help when needed can lead to personal growth
• How leaning into your strengths can assist with all life obstacles
• How practicing mindfulness, awe or recognizing that “beauty if where you find it” can improve overall happiness
Episode 47 Summer of self-care series #5 - Striving toward self-care
Patricia Friberg MPS NBC-HWC, your host, shares her personal story of her struggles, successes and new challenges toward self-care. This episode features many surprises including a podcast reveal that you will not want to miss.
In this episode, you will learn these “totally rad” tips
• How self- discovery can support changes and new behaviors
• How a growth mindset can help you through any obstacle
• How self-care is a journey and not a destination
Summer of Self-Care Series #4: Leading Toward Wholeness
Samantha Anderson NBC-HWC, has 30 years of experience in leadership through nonprofits, philanthropy and entrepreneurship. Her mission is to create a better future for women and the organizations they lead by facilitating their growth and power. She is a longtime advocate for women in the workplace, helping her clients understand their unique purpose and how to best express themselves in the world. She developed ROOTSilience which helps leaders stay grounded, work to their highest potential, and be mindful of their self-care in the process.
In this episode you will learn these “totally rad” tips.
• How you can achieve optimal performance without experiencing the negative effects of stress leading to burn out.
• How knowing your strengths and how they relate to your Chakras can help lead to self-discovery, assist in leadership development, and improve your overall well-being.
• How making small shifts in lifestyle including, movement, nutrition sleep and stress reduction, can have a large impact on your overall health & happiness.
Episode 45 Perfectly Imperfect
Shawna Oliver, owner of “Lean into Fear Coaching”, has been a registered nurse for over two decades and one of the first National Board Certified Health in Wellness Coaches. Exhausted from trying to do it all and do it perfectly, she shares her personal story about the moment she went from human doing to human being. Through studying the science of well-being and through her own personal experience, it has become her mission to partner with those who want support to do “life” differently.
In this episode, you will learn these “totally rad” tips”
• How one size does not fit all when it comes to perfectionism, you will learn the different ways it can manifest
• How to challenge your fears and rewrite your narrative on letting go of behaviors associated with perfectionism.
• How knowing your strengths and having the support of a coach can help you overcome any obstacle