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What do you do when you’re hit with an unexpected trauma? Have you seen other people who’ve overcome tragedy and thought, “they are SO lucky!” But what if you could create your own luck? You can, when you learn to build habits that transform your synaptic connections. Listen in as Jamie MoCrazy interviews thought leaders, trauma survivors, scientists and doctors who’ve learned how to create their own "lucky" outcomes. Next time your life becomes MoCrazy and you slide down a metaphorical avalanche, this podcast will help you climb an alternative peak with the best views!

Life Gets MoCrazy Jamie MoCrazy

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 9 Ratings

What do you do when you’re hit with an unexpected trauma? Have you seen other people who’ve overcome tragedy and thought, “they are SO lucky!” But what if you could create your own luck? You can, when you learn to build habits that transform your synaptic connections. Listen in as Jamie MoCrazy interviews thought leaders, trauma survivors, scientists and doctors who’ve learned how to create their own "lucky" outcomes. Next time your life becomes MoCrazy and you slide down a metaphorical avalanche, this podcast will help you climb an alternative peak with the best views!

    A Radical Vision with Brian Wagner

    A Radical Vision with Brian Wagner

    After Brian Wagner went blind at the age of 43, he realized he had other blind spots in life in both metal and spiritual areas. After becoming more aligned with his own purpose, Brian founded Radical Vision, a company that is helping individuals understand their ideas and goals and supporting them in taking steps to making those dreams a reality. 
    In this episode we talk about:
    Support SystemsCore Beliefs and ValuesEncourage, Accept, and Lead Others that are different from you.

    • 22 min
    Developing Emotional Resilience with Colin Wilford

    Developing Emotional Resilience with Colin Wilford

    Colin Wilford has been a clinical psychologist for 25+ years. Originally from South Africa, Colin now lives in Utah and works as an executive and personal coach to help leaders, individuals, and teams find success and develop emotional resilience. 
    In this episode we talk about:
    Emotional IntelligenceEmotional ResilienceAwareness and Managing EmotionsGet in touch with Colin at: colin.wilford@wilfordscholes.com

    • 29 min
    From Surviving to Thriving with Lois Wagner

    From Surviving to Thriving with Lois Wagner

    Over 20 years ago, Lois Wagner faced with a series of events including a brutal attack and rape at her office and the loss of a business, which was followed by a cascade of struggles, fear, and pain. She faced this adversity with bravery and courage, and found the strength to forgive those involved and herself. Her journey led her to a mission of helping others who have faced challenges to learn to forgive and step into a more full and authentic life. She does this through coaching, speaking internationally to audiences, and more.
    In this episode we talk about:
    Individual Support and Structural ChangeThe BRAVE ConceptHealing Through WritingFind on Facebook: @Walkingwithoutskin
    Book: Walking Without Skin
    Website: http://walkingwithoutskin.com/

    Content Warning: Sexual Assault

    • 22 min
    What is Possible with John and Mark Cronin

    What is Possible with John and Mark Cronin

    John Lee Cronin is a co-founder of the father-son venture, John’s Crazy Socks. As John, a young man with Down syndrome, searched for something to do after finishing high school, he sparked the idea for John’s Crazy Socks as an entrepreneur with a love for fun and crazy socks. John’s dad, Mark,  was also at a crossroads in his life and he decided to take the plunge with his son and see what might happen if they pursued this idea. Years later, John’s Crazy Socks, is considerably successful with over 3000 choices of socks, and staying true to their original mission of donating 5 percent of their income to the Special Olympics. 
    In this episode we talk about:
    Making dreams into realityFocusing on StrengthsStability and Support in StruggleDiscover all the socks: www.johnscrazysocks.com

    • 27 min
    Beliefs That Hold Us Back With Sharon Hughes

    Beliefs That Hold Us Back With Sharon Hughes

    Sharon Hughes had achieved success in things such as being on the cover of a magazine as a model and creating an international home decor product line. With this success, however, was something that lurked beneath the surface. Sharon discovered it was a self worth issue that held her back from achieving more of what she wanted. Sharing her story of experiencing abuse and then healing later in life, Sharon pivoted to speaking and coaching on healing from brokenness and the lies we believe that hold us back.
    In this episode we talk about:
    Options for Handling TraumaThe importance of relationships, people, and everyday interactionsBecoming ANTI-Fragile"The Girl in the Garage" Link: https://sharonhughes.net/thegirlinthegarage/

    • 27 min
    Reclaiming Life After Trauma with Jodi Orgill Brown

    Reclaiming Life After Trauma with Jodi Orgill Brown

    Jodi Orgill Brown’s life was turned upside down by a brainstem tumor that was at first diagnosed as inoperable. After three craniotomies, facial paralysis, and multiple reconstructive surgeries, Jodi has found a new path in sharing her story and giving back to others. Jodi is a writer, speaker, and coach who is determined to help others in their personal and professional growth.
    In this episode we talk about:
    Options for Handling TraumaThe importance of relationships, people, and everyday interactionsBecoming ANTI-Fragile

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

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9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Big Dog from NY ,

Terrific Podcast

Thank you for inviting us on your podcast. We loved the conversation.,

Miss Launch ,

Grateful

Honored to share my story with your audience, Jamie. You are truly a rockstar.
Sharon “The Girl In The Garage”

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