93 episodes

LIVE BOLDLY with Sara Schulting-Kranz shares inspiring stories of survival + triumph from every day people, “because we are all ripples of learning for others!” You will also hear from hand-picked professionals ready to motivate + guide through personal healing, growth + discovery. Many times recorded from mountain tops, on a trail or in my office, my mission is to create community + connection that empowers each one of us to Live Boldly!

LIVE BOLDLY with Sara Schulting Kranz Sara Schulting Kranz

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    • 4.8 • 25 Ratings

LIVE BOLDLY with Sara Schulting-Kranz shares inspiring stories of survival + triumph from every day people, “because we are all ripples of learning for others!” You will also hear from hand-picked professionals ready to motivate + guide through personal healing, growth + discovery. Many times recorded from mountain tops, on a trail or in my office, my mission is to create community + connection that empowers each one of us to Live Boldly!

    Finding Gratitude for the Moments

    Finding Gratitude for the Moments

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    In this week’s episode, I’m skipping over all the goal-setting and destination talk that we hear so much about in the New Year.

    Of course, those things have their place and importance in forward movement for us, but so often, we overlook the moments on our way to the final destination.

    I encourage you today to sit in the moments, big and small, and find the gratitude within yourself for these small moments.

    For in the small moments, our lives are created.
    Let’s go!
     
     
    Have a topic in mind you’d like me to cover?
    Email my team and make a request: team@saraschultingkranz.com
     
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    • 13 min
    An Intergenerational Conversation: How can we, as parents, better support the mental and emotional well-being of our children and young adults?

    An Intergenerational Conversation: How can we, as parents, better support the mental and emotional well-being of our children and young adults?

    Anna Rodin is an author, a yoga teacher, and a college student. At just 21 years old, she has taken a nontraditional approach to life between going abroad at 18 to Italy, taking a semester off later on to get her yoga teacher certification, transferring schools, and now writing and publishing a book.
    Mental health has played an enormous role in her life and self love journey. Uncovering old wounds and facing old traumas, mostly from childhood, has been an extremely painful but important experience that she believes everyone would benefit from, especially in their twenties.
    She speaks on mental health and wellness for people in their twenties, as well as wellness and health in general in terms of the role it plays in each of our individual lives.
     
    Intro
    Hello, everyone! Anna Rodin is on today's show. Today, we talk about Anna’s rock bottom, what signs parents should look out for, overcoming fears, the unique challenges that today’s youth face, becoming a yoga teacher, the impacts of social media, intergenerational collaboration, and Anna’s journey going forward.
    Let’s dive in!
    In this Episode you’ll learn:
    [07:44] A bit about Anna. [08:53] Anna’s hardest low. [16:34] What are the signs that parents should look for? [18:04] Anna’s fears. [22:01] How we’re handling this. [23:21] Unique challenges that young people face today. [28:49] Becoming a yoga teacher. [30:57] How the healing impacted Anna’s life. [32:45] Has social media impacted our emotional state? [34:32] What parents should be asking. [37:26] When kids refuse to feel. [39:37] How Anna’s life has changed. [41:17] Anna’s book. [47:17] How different generations can work together. [49:30] What’s next? [51:41] Anna’s advice to parents. [52:20] Anna’s advice to our youth.  
    Quotes:
    “There can be amazing things to social media, but one of the downsides is the disconnection from ourselves.” [34:06] “Emotions are okay, they’re normal, and they should be embraced.” [36:03] “It’s okay to not be okay.” [38:19] “Be open and accepting of whatever and whoever your kid is.” [51:46] “Learn to listen to your heart and your intuition, and follow it.” [52:30] “When we change our inner world, we then change our external world.” [52:52]  
    Links Mentioned: 
    Connect with Anna:
    Instagram:       @thisisforyourtwenties. Amazon:                      For Your Twenties: A Guide To Staying Connected Amidst The Chaos.
     
    Message Sara!
    Instagram:       @saraschultingkranz Facebook:       Sara Schulting-Kranz Email:              sara@saraschultingkranz.com Website:                      saraschultingkranz.com

    • 56 min
    Live More, Fear Less

    Live More, Fear Less

    There’s something beautiful about climbing a mountain alone in the dark. Stars shining bright, only to reach the summit at sunrise. 
    You look over the ridge at 10,064 ft, watching the world wake. The sky turns color, from black, to shades of orange, and finally blue. You are the only human on top.
    “Were you afraid?”
    “Yes. For the first 15 minutes.”
    But then you realize that your fear is in your head. You’ve climbed this mountain time and time again.
    You see, it's still the same mountain, just under a different sky.
    You tell yourself, “I wasn’t afraid climbing in daylight. So why be afraid in the dark? Trust yourself.”
    This mountain taught me to stop wrapping experiences in fear and worry, and instead, to wrap them in courage and bravery.
    Do hard things.
    Because every hard thing will remind you how capable that you are of doing every other hard thing standing in your way. 
    Every single day ask yourself, “What is important to me?” Define those things that are important to you and bring more of that into your life, while you are also letting go of the things that don't really mean a hill of beans. 
    To live is to make those hard choices and decisions and actions moving forth that perhaps others wouldn't make. But it really doesn't matter because you're living this life for you and according to who you are.  
    Let’s go!
     
    Have a topic in mind you’d like me to cover?
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    See a full list of all Live Boldly episodes at saraschultingkranz.com/podcasts
     
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    • 19 min
    Being Seen: A Conversation with the World's Leading Suicide Prevention Expert

    Being Seen: A Conversation with the World's Leading Suicide Prevention Expert

    Dr. Mark Goulston is a retired psychiatrist and former UCLA professor of psychiatry and FBI who had a subspecialty focus on suicide prevention, and during his 40+ year practice, none of his patients died from suicide. He is the developer of Surgical Empathy, an approach that reaches people in the core of their pain and helps break their attachments to destructive mindsets and behaviors.
    He is the author or co-author of nine books translated into 42 languages, with his book, “Just Listen,” becoming the top book on listening in the world, and which was recently named as the #4 Best Communication Skills Book of All Time by Most Recommended Books.
    He was recently honored with the “Shine the Light Media Award” by the Los Angeles County Medical Association for bringing attention to teen mental health and suicide. He is an Executive Producer of the documentary, What I Wish My Parents Knew, and co-creator and moderator of the documentary, Stay Alive: An Intimate Conversation about Suicide Prevention.
    He is also a former FBI and police hostage negotiation trainer, and host of the My Wakeup Call podcast.
     
    Intro
    Hello, everyone! Mark Goulston is on today's show. Today, we talk about surgical empathy, the moment Mark’s life changed, why he doesn’t accept being called an angel, learning surgical empathy, and the impact of our own healing on others.
    Let’s dive in!
    In this Episode you’ll learn:
    [05:55] What got Mark into this work? [19:14] Surgical empathy. [20:52] When Mark’s life was saved. [28:06] Being an angel for so many. [35:02] The first time I was called an Angel. [38:04] Can this be taught? [51:09] Kevin’s story. [55:03] How our healing impacts others.  
    Quotes:
    “We’re all born complete and then the world and events conspire to try to convince us we’re not.” [38:58] “It can be taught but you have to experience it.” [43:30] “When people give you a sincere compliment, don’t be high maintenance, just receive.” [60:48]  
    Links Mentioned: 
    Connect with Mark:
    YouTube:        @markgoulstonmd. Twitter:            @MarkGoulston. Podcast:          My Wakeup Call. Website:                      markgoulston.com.
     
    Message Sara!
    Instagram:       @saraschultingkranz Facebook:       Sara Schulting-Kranz Email:              sara@saraschultingkranz.com Website:                      saraschultingkranz.com

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Setting Intentions: How are you showing up for yourself in 2023?

    Setting Intentions: How are you showing up for yourself in 2023?

    As the New Year fast approaches and we are surrounded with talk of goal setting, I want also to explore intention setting and how we are planning to show up for ourselves in 2023.

    For me personally, 2022 was a year of loss and growth. 
    My heart is heavy with the passing of my mom, and I am shifting and growing in exciting ways in my business.

    As you reflect on your own year, I invite you to set intentions for 2023.
    How do you want to show up in this world? For yourself? For others? 
    What impact feels essential for you to make? How are you stepping into your calling?
    In this episode, I share four steps to setting intentions so you can start off your year in a really good, healthy way for yourself in alignment with your mind, body, heart, spirit, soul and emotions.
     
    Let’s go!
     
    Have a topic in mind you’d like me to cover?
    Email my team and make a request: team@saraschultingkranz.com
     
    See a full list of all Live Boldly episodes at saraschultingkranz.com/podcasts
     
    Follow me:
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    Work with Me:
    Retreats: saraschultingkranz.com/retreats
    Book a 1:1 session: saraschultingkranz.com/1-1
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    Free Resources:
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    • 15 min
    How to Elevate Your Wellness By Making Small Changes

    How to Elevate Your Wellness By Making Small Changes

    Samantha Harris is an author, certified health coach, TV host, and cancer survivor. She is most well-known as co-host of Dancing With The Stars and Entertainment Tonight, and Bestselling author of Your Healthiest Healthy: 8 Easy Ways to Take Control, Help Prevent and Fight Cancer, and Live a Longer, Cleaner, Happier Life.
     
    Intro
    Hello, everyone! Samantha Harris is on today's show. Today, we talk about her cancer diagnosis, how she found the resilience and strength to become a survivor, the importance of listening to your gut, and the work that she is doing to help others become their healthiest healthy.
    Let’s dive in!
    In this Episode you’ll learn:
    [09:55] About Samantha. [13:18] Getting the cancer diagnosis. [15:44] Finding resilience and strength. [23:24] Listening to your gut. [25:08] How our lifestyles affect our wellbeing. [28:18] Nutrient-dense diets. [32:17] Making slow, manageable changes. [40:00] What Samantha does for others. [46:01] Samantha’s words of wisdom.  
    Quotes:
    “We have to be our own best healthcare advocate and we have to listen to our body.” [17:00] “One in eight women will get breast cancer over the course of her lifetime.” [25:16] “You can make changes without fear by making small manageable steps.” [46:08] “Fill your plate half full of veggies at every meal.” [46:21]  
    Links Mentioned: 
    Connect with Samantha:
    YouTube:        Samantha Harris On TV. Instagram:       @samanthaharristv. Twitter:            @samanthaharris. Website:                      samantha-harris.com.
                                        yourhealthiesthealthy.com
     
    Message Sara!
    Instagram:       @saraschultingkranz Facebook:       Sara Schulting-Kranz Email:              sara@saraschultingkranz.com Website:                      saraschultingkranz.com

    • 49 min

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Sara is the Real Deal!!

Sara is such a special soul. She is the epitomizes the strong, resilient, compassionate woman. Her heart is open and her insights come from the wisdom that can only be learned through deep challenge. I absolutely love the work that she is doing and can only imagine just how many lives she’s changing in the process.

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Inspiring!

Sara’s Living Boldly is a new find for me and I’m loving it!
Got such heart and soul and isn’t afraid to dig deep and share the hard truths about healing and living a beautiful bold life!
Find an episode that resonates with you and get out in nature while you listen!

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My Daily Therapy

You would think being married for almost 50 years and raising 6 children, I would have figured life out! Nope, every day offers new challenges and listening to Sara and her guests completes my daily efforts to find peace and comfort.

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