The Life by Cynthia Occelli Show is a weekly podcast designed to provide supportive guidance, thought provoking ideas, and real solutions to the challenges women commonly encounter. Whether you're falling in love, starting a business, raising children on your own, or starting over after divorce, there's something here for you. Your host Cynthia Occelli, once a 9th-grade dropout and welfare mom, has a passion for helping women triumph over obstacles, think independently, and realize their greatness. Cynthia is an entrepreneur and has a law degree. She's also the author of Resurrecting Venus (Hay House/AMI 2012), and the founder of the Beautiful Life School. Grab a comfy seat, or get out into nature, and let Cynthia support and inspire you to reach for your biggest goals, dreams, and successes—and bring them to life.
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Found You on Facebook
I found your podcast on Facebook. The first five minutes grabbed me and I decided to listen to a full episode. I really enjoyed it. It is authentic, real, honest and very timely.
I’m a civil rights attorney, and so discussions of race are, for me, a job. But it’s an exhausting job, and it is relieving to FINALLY see everyone else jumping in to do some of this work. Quite honestly, nothing that you said was surprising to me factually, but I was surprised by your ability to accurately label the dynamics that occur around conversations of race: distraction, deflection, discomfort, fear, dehumanization. I’m glad these issues are coming to light.
As for your personal reflections on your own experiences with racism; it was painful to hear. I can relate. I describe myself as being trapped on the colorline. I’ve experienced the rejection you speak of from blacks, and greater acceptance from whites (under certain conditions) and ultimately I think this causes one to have a strange experience with oneself. When I heard you describing your experiences...I realized just the strangeness of my own experiences. Thank you for this bit of insight.
A Clear Direction For 2020
Do you want to take back your life and make thoughtful, forward thinking choices? Listen to Cynthia Occelli’s podcast. She is so honest and clear in her communication. She is the next best thing to a real life best friend.
Sometimes you need a wise voice that is on your side with a no nonsense, kind guidance. She will help you explore the path to your true self.
A Nourishing Elixir
Cynthia’s soothing voice both warms and cools the soul. Couple that with the generous and practical wisdom behind her words and you get a nourishing elixir that inspires and empowers the listener. I love her!