Light + Life Live is a weekly show with Danika Brysha, the Headmistress of Happiness- entrepreneur, self-care guru, body positive model, and icon for positive transformation. Danika does each show live on her Instagram on Thursdays and then publishes it here in a podcast version. Each week she interviews people who are experts in their respective fields- entrepreneurs, food bloggers, wellness gurus, self-care specialists, even a race car driver! They talk about their stories, their morning routines, what they struggle with, and Danika also incorporates her social media community by taking questions from them and asking them on the show. Danika's goal is to share stories of others finding their light in hopes that it inspires and motivates you to do the same!
Sarah Pendrick, Creator of Girl Talk Network on avoiding comparison, building fulfilling relationships, and empowering women
This week’s guest is Sarah Pendrick, the creator of Girl Talk Network she is doing incredible things lifting other women up. Sarah is an international speaker, self love advocate, life coach, TV host humanitarian. Helping women to support each other, to not feel alone, and to just empower them and help them feel safe to shine their light. She has a speaking series she does at local colleges. Her work helps to shift the way women interact with each other. In this episode we cover a lot including Sarah’s “why” and why she started Girl Talk, the common struggles she sees young women facing, how she started her business, what she struggles with, the routine that keeps her effective in helping others, the importance of supportive relationships and she talks a lot about her husband. We also talk about how to avoid comparison, and the misconceptions of what beauty looks like, and much more!
Bone Broth 101 with Bonafide Provision's Sharon Brown
This week’s guest is Sharon Brown, Founder & CEO of Bonafide Provisions, the #1 selling bone broth company in the nation. You’ve probably heard of the healing properties of bone broth, it has actually been a big part of my healing process. Sharon has an inspiring and passion-filled story starting with trying healing her son with bone broth and making it herself at home - and now it’s the #1 selling one in the nation. In this week’s episode we talk a lot about bone broth, the healing benefits, and what to look for when buying it- because they really aren’t all created the same. We’re also going to talk about business, what it’s like to run a business as a Mom, and of course Sharon’s self care routines.
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Danika’s Functional Nutritionist, Jackie Mulligan on coffee enemas, dry brushing, celery juice, stress management, her pillars of health and more
This week’s guest is my functional nutritionist Jackie Mulligan, and she is a wealth of knowledge. This episode is packed to the brim with useful information. We covered across the board from food, to movement, to stress, to sleep, to work balance, and play. We talked about her pillars of health- we discussed isolation and how much exercise is too much and how overworking can be detrimental to your health. We also talked about the importance of play, emotional eating and how we can tap into what’s causing that. We also discussed coffee enemas, dry brushing, and the celery juice trend.
Oprah’s Former Executive Producer and Co-President of OWN and Harpo, Sheri Salata shares the value of starting over, her self care routines, key takeaways from a 20+ year career with Oprah, and the power of creating your story.
This week we have on Sheri Salata who had a 21 year career with Oprah as the executive producer of the Oprah Winfrey Show. She was also co-president of the OWN Network. Sheri has now moved on and is doing her own business along with one of her dear friends Nancy called the Pillar Life and is the co-host of the podcast Sheri and Nancy Show. Sheri talked about her journey and how it was filled with all the wrong steps, how she wasn’t ready to settle and how she would start over and over until she got it right. She started at the Oprah show at 35 and how she worked her way up, she shares about everything she learned along the way. Sheri is really big on our stories, the stories we tell ourselves all the time are these things that shape our life. But when you call it a story, that means you’re the author of it. We talked about what the transition was like to having a super successful career and how she took the leap to do her own thing. We talked about her favorite books, her favorite spiritual teachers. We also talked about her self care routine, what she struggles with, and meditation, and so much more.
$8 million on three online courses in four years with Digital Marketing Expert Amy Porterfield. From Tony Robbins’ right hand gal to total entrepreneur, Amy talks all things from email lists to emotional eating.
Today’s interview is with Digital marketing expert Amy Porterfield. Amy is the host of the popular marketing podcast Marketing Made Easy. Today she has made over $8 million on just three online courses. She went from working with Tony Robbins to starting her own business and is out there helping so many entrepreneurs take what they do and build something really big out of it. We talked about her journey to taking the leap of faith starting her own business. We also talked about her self-image and her weight loss journey the inner work of handling her emotional eating and she shared her tools that helped her with that.
Sadie Radinsky: The 16 year old wellness blogger you want your daughter to be following - empowering teen girls, conscious social media use, and setting boundaries for self respect
This week’s guest is Sadie Radinsky, the 16 year old who runs the Instagram account and blog @goodiesagainsthegrain. Her focus is empowering young girls and provides the most amazing inspiration and wisdom as a young woman. Sadie went gluten free at 9 years old, started a gratitude practice when she was 10 and started blogging at 12 years old. We talked about teenage empowerment, and she has a podcast helping provide inspiration with her community. We talked about her journey into body positivity, and we talked about body shaming and how there’s a norm that it’s ok to talk about someone else’s physical appearance and how we shouldn’t focus on that as much. Sadie is home schooled and we discussed her experience with that. We also talked about mindful social media use, and how she disconnects to be present. Sadie talked about the power of being boredom and the creativity that can bring. She talked about the mentors she’s had and the community she’s had to help her grow her blog. Lastly we covered what she would tell her middle school self, and what she wants to be when she grows up.
Danika has been a huge role model of mine since I first heard her being interviewed on a different podcast. I have been WAITING for her to make her own for so long. This is a great uplifting podcast that will leave you feeling even better than when you started.
Danika is the best
Danika is the best and hearing from people that inspire her is so cool. My only problem with this podcast is that the audio quality is not the best. There is frequent background noise or fuzzy/muffled sounds, so if you’re noise sensitive, it can be kind of distracting to what they are talking about.
Real topics delivered with afunny unique style
I love following Danika on Instagram and her realness is funny and refreshing. I like her questions and the people that she has chosen for her podcast interviews. Topics like whole 30, fitness and goal setting. Def a great listen!