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Do you want to live Life. On Purpose? On the "Life. On Purpose" Podcast, Brandi talks all things health, wellness and living life on your terms. She interviews guests who have unique perspectives and helpful tools on conscious living, authenticity, healing from within, and integrative health. Brandi is a wife, mother of 3 awesome humans, photographer and Holistic Heath & Wellness Coach specializing in marrying life choices with physical health.

Life. On Purpose Brandi Eilert

    • Health & Fitness
    • 3.5 • 35 Ratings

Do you want to live Life. On Purpose? On the "Life. On Purpose" Podcast, Brandi talks all things health, wellness and living life on your terms. She interviews guests who have unique perspectives and helpful tools on conscious living, authenticity, healing from within, and integrative health. Brandi is a wife, mother of 3 awesome humans, photographer and Holistic Heath & Wellness Coach specializing in marrying life choices with physical health.

    Richard Hsung on the Chinese Immigrant Experience, Leaving Communist China as a Teen and How he Found his Purpose Editing his Mother's Memoir "Spring Flower"

    Richard Hsung on the Chinese Immigrant Experience, Leaving Communist China as a Teen and How he Found his Purpose Editing his Mother's Memoir "Spring Flower"

    Richard Perkins Hsung was born in China in 1966 and was one of the first teens to leave China legally after Mao’s Cultural Revolution. He earned a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Chicago and became a professor at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, retiring in 2022. He spent ten years editing and completing Spring Flower (Earnshaw Books) by his mother, Jean Tren-Hwa Perkins, MD. 

    Jean Tren-Hwa Perkins was born unwanted during the 1931 Yangtze River Flood, adopted by medical missionaries, brought to the US for a few years, then trapped in Communist China. She was neither American nor Chinese "enough," yearning for acceptance and home her whole life.
     The Chinese immigrant experience, especially for women, is often overlooked and deserves to be told. Bridging two centuries, this story brings to life themes of displacement, hope, and a woman's coming of age, and brings history to life.
     The three-volume memoir chronicles her life as an adopted child of American medical missionaries, survivor of China's brutal communist regime, ophthalmologist, immigrant, and mother. 

    • 58 min
    Author Merrie Reagan on Writing her Memoir and Experiencing a Spiritual Awakening Along the Way

    Author Merrie Reagan on Writing her Memoir and Experiencing a Spiritual Awakening Along the Way

    Former educational tutor, small business owner, and part-time freelance news and feature article writer, Merrie H. Reagan resides in America, in the state of Massachusetts.

    She savors reading, writing, ballroom dancing, singing, homemaking, and yard work. Merrie watches varied public and network television programs, including All Things Bright and Beautiful, Call the Midwife, American Idol, Dancing with the Stars, CBS Sunday Morning, and Funny You Should Ask. Her new book is Life Flashes: A Memoir (Stillwater River Publications, February 2022).

    Life Flashes: A Memoir invites readers to reexamine divine existence and at the same time to reassess numerous aspects of life, both past and current.
     In a genre-bending memoir, Merrie Reagan weaves together her private recollections, family moments, and personal philosophies with snapshots of history, pop culture, and current events, acting as both a contemporary guide and time capsule for future readers.
    Journaling from January 2007 to February 2021, the various personal recollections and musings of the author cover a wide range of topics, including relationships, current events, politics, religion, spirituality, psychology, and both western and alternative medicine. In addition to being insightful, readers are inspired to think about their own personal lives and ideologies.
     Life Flashes: A Memoir invites readers to reexamine divine existence and at the same time to reassess numerous aspects of life, both past and current.

    In this episode we discuss:
     
    The process and product of memoir writingSpiritual awakening and the power of prayerWorld changing events and the changing worldEmbracing relationships and finding yourself

    • 58 min
    CEO of "Work on Your Game Inc" Dre Baldwin on Creating the Life You Desire with Discipline, Confidence, Mental Toughness & Personal Initiative

    CEO of "Work on Your Game Inc" Dre Baldwin on Creating the Life You Desire with Discipline, Confidence, Mental Toughness & Personal Initiative

    As CEO and Founder of Work On Your Game Inc., Dre Baldwin has given 4 TEDxTalks on Discipline, Confidence, Mental Toughness & Personal Initiative and has authored 33 books. He has appeared in national campaigns with Nike, Finish Line, Wendy's, Gatorade, Buick, Wilson Sports, STASH Investments and DIME magazine. 


    Dre has published over 8,000 videos to 142,000+ subscribers, his content being viewed over 100 million times. 


    Dre's daily Work On Your Game Podcast has over 2,600 episodes and more than 7 million downloads. 


    In just 5 years, Dre went from the end of his high school team's bench to a 9-year professional basketball career. He played in 8 countries including Lithuania, Germany, Montenegro, Slovakia and Germany. 


    Dre invented his Work On Your Game framework as a "roadmap in reverse" to help professionals with mindset, strategy, accountability and execution.


    A Philadelphia native, Dre lives in Miami.

    Free book, The Third Day : http://ThirdDayBook.com

    FREE training to increase business without working harder: http://www.WorkOnYourGame.net
    Dre's text number to get his FREE #MondayMotivation text
    : 1.305.384.6894



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    http://LinkedIn.com/in/DreAllDay
    http://Facebook.com/WorkOnYourGame 
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    http://Instagram.com/DreBaldwin
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    http://DreAllDay.com/

    • 37 min
    Dr. Andrew Pope, M.D. on Stem Cell Therapy and Changing the Way Health Care is Delivered

    Dr. Andrew Pope, M.D. on Stem Cell Therapy and Changing the Way Health Care is Delivered

    Dr. Andrew Pope is a native of Kansas and attended the University of Kansas for his undergraduate training, where he graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Bachelor of Arts in Biology. Dr. Pope was then able to fulfill his passion for medicine by obtaining his Medical Doctorate from the University of Kansas School of Medicine.
    Raised in a small town, Dr. Pope stayed true to his roots and pursued a Residency in Primary Care at Via Christi Family Medicine through the University of Kansas.  He was trained to provide comprehensive care, which included Obstetrics with Caesarean Section, Colonoscopy, EGD, Inpatient care, and Outpatient care.
    Upon completion of his Residency, he joined nine other physicians in a busy private practice in Manhattan, Kansas, where he provided a wide spectrum of care to all ages. Since then, Dr. Pope has opened his own direct primary concierge practice, BlueFire Med.

    In addition to Direct Primary Care, Dr. Pope also has a passion for using regenerative cell therapy to help patients. In 2014, Dr Pope and Kansas Regenerative Medicine began treating patients using the patient’s own Adult Stem Cells.  They also use PRP, which is Platelet Rich Plasma, which uses a patients cells to reduce inflammation and improve healing.  
    In his free time, Dr. Pope enjoys providing care at the local free health clinic, as well as various outdoor hobbies including golf, basketball, and the upkeep on his ranch. He also dedicates a majority of his time outside of work to his wife and young children.

    In this episode we discuss:

    * My stem cell theapy story
    * Regenerative Medicine
    * Direct Primary Concierge Practices (subscription-based health care model)
    * Changing the way health care is delivered

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Actress/Model & Transformational/Mindset Coach Louise Ashby On Turning Trauma into Triumph, Pain into Purpose

    Actress/Model & Transformational/Mindset Coach Louise Ashby On Turning Trauma into Triumph, Pain into Purpose

    With an amazing life story full of twists of fate, actress and model Louise Ashby is a remarkable woman who, facing monumental obstacles beat the odds. The radical changes that Louise was forced to endure did not dis-empower her. To the contrary, she steadfastly pursued her lifelong goals and found success. This story is one of strength and hope, an affirmation of human willpower in the face of tragedy.
    After tragedy and a life altering accident that took her face, Louise attributes her healing and return to her life to the tools and practices she had to develop in order to do what the doctors said wasn’t possible. Some of these were daily meditations and visualizations of herself as “whole and healthy.” All of her seven doctors told her it wasn’t possible but she wouldn’t take no for an answer and continued visualizing. Today her doctors use her story when they lecture, about how she didn’t have room for doubt in her recovery and that is why she is in the position she’s in. Her face is fixed and her spirit strong.
    Today Louise is working on her new coaching programs helping women transform their lives as well as guiding them through challenges and how their mindset matters. Most recently Louise did her first TedX Talk.
    Website:  www.louiseashby.com featuring Personal Power Program and the 12 week modules.

    email: Louise@louiseashby.com 

    instagram : @Louiseashbyinspirations

    • 55 min
    WVU Assistant Men's Basketball Coach Josh Eilert on Youth Burn Out, Managing Stress and His Own Health Practices

    WVU Assistant Men's Basketball Coach Josh Eilert on Youth Burn Out, Managing Stress and His Own Health Practices

    You know the movie "Love and Basketball"? Well this is an episode on "Life and Basketball."

    WVU Assistant Men's Basketball Coach Josh Eilert (my husband) discusses his thoughts on: 

    Youth Sports 

    Burn Out 

    Specializing

    His Own Health Routines

    Social Media

    We also discuss our parenting styles as it relates to sports (we're not raising super stars btw, but good people...anything else is on them) and so much more.

    • 53 min

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