In this digital age, we all aspire to become influential, entrepreneurial, or professional in our lives. Through raw story-telling, let's de-mystify the true keys to success—by unraveling our shared humanity. Whose life will you resonate with today?
SEASON 2 RECAP ft. Your Host Dasom Lee
Your host Dasom Lee breaks down every episode released on Radically Honest Season 2.
From Episode 1: Starting YouTube at 15, Consultant To Productivity Guru, & Self Doubt ft. Barbu Agency Founder and The Real Reel Host Natalie Barbu to Episode 14: From Rare Disease Diagnosis To Her Book Blowing Up ft. But You Don't Look Sick Nonprofit Founder and Host Melody Olander, tune in for riveting key takeaways, quotes, & summaries from all of the influencers, entrepreneurs, and professionals that have graced Season 2.
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SEASON FINALE: From Rare Disease Diagnosis To Her Book Blowing Up ft. But You Don't Look Sick Nonprofit Founder and Host Melody Olander
On the fourteenth episode of Radically Honest Season 2, your host Dasom Lee opens up with Melody Olander, founder of nonprofit But You Don't Look Sick, Host of Real Talk with Melody, and Author of "But You Don't Look Sick." After this four-word phrase became a point of connection for her and her 40K+ followers, she became a voice for the chronically ill community.
"How do you expect people to know your story if you don't tell your story? " - Melody Olander.
At 17, her symptoms developed overnight. Years later, Melody was diagnosed with CIDP, a rare neurological disorder. When her trembling hands prohibited her ability to draw, she began sketching. This evolved into her book, "But You Don't Look Sick." Organically, her platform grew and her story resonated. A Biological Sciences and Healthcare Solutions graduate, her nonprofit is an uplifting community for patients with invisible and chronic symptoms.
So, how can you activate change in YOUR community? Listen to the episode to find out.
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Support: Subscribe and donate at butudontlooksick.com, listen to her podcast Real Talk with Melody, follow @butyoudontlooksickofficial on Instagram, and shop merch.
#Lifegoals: Solo Travel, 10M TikTok Likes, & Spiritual Epiphanies ft. Entrepreneur and Kendall's World Host Kendall Fuhrman
On the thirteenth episode of Radically Honest Season 2, your host Dasom Lee chats genuinely with Kendall Fuhrman, 25-year-old travelling entrepreneur, Mindset Coach, TikToker, Founder of Fuhrman Ventures LLC, and now Host of Kendall's World podcast. Enriched by her sustainable solo travel experiences and spiritual endeavors, she's wisdom galore.
"The more authentic you are, the more energy you can build. The more you'll find your niche. Authenticity wins. " - Kendall Fuhrman.
Graduating from USC, she quit her 9-5 to found her marketing agency and turn the Bali beaches into her office. She even recently attained her yoga instructor certificate in Cusco, Peru. The proof is in her travel TikToks, amassing millions of likes online. What's her secret? Her new podcast, Kendall's World, is a stripped down tell-all, divulging her tips on solo travelling, mindsets, and spiritual topics. Don't miss out on this one.
So, how can you manifest an energetic life? Listen to the episode to find out.
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Support: Listen to her NEW podcast at kendallfuhrman.com/podcast, @kendall.fuhrman and @kendallsworldpodcast on Instagram, @kendallfuhrman on TikTok, and Kendall Fuhrman on YouTube
Transforming Businesses As A Clinical Psychologist and Channeling Intention ft. Rhodes Smith Consulting CEO and Author Dr. Ian Brooks
On the twelfth episode of Radically Honest Season 2, your host Dasom Lee gets intentional with Dr. Ian Brooks, Chief Executive and Founder of Rhodes Smith Consulting, clinical psychologist, and author of soon-to-be-released book Intention. He's amassed over two decades in the organization development and human capital field—he knows why people "tick."
"Trust the value that you bring and stay true to that value, knowing that it will evolve. It will continuously grow as you grow as an individual. " - Dr. Ian Brooks.
As a people-savvy psychologist, he's reinvigorated businesses of all sizes in their transformations. When he sensed a lay-off, he propelled himself into his own venture as a solopreneur. Over 10-12 years, he's consciously shaped his intentionality and refined his valuable methodologies. His reality check? He wasn't as good as he thought it was. Today, his masterpiece of a book was made possible by his painfully honesty moments.
So, how can you nurture your humility? Listen to the episode to find out.
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Support: Preorder Intention before the April 27, 2021 release date on Amazon and other retail booksellers. Newsletter, coaching workshops, and more can be found at rhodessmith.com. @drb_intention on Instagram and Twitter.
Trusting His Intuition To Grow 6 Ventures Grossing Nearly $20M ft. Intuitive Branding Coach, Author, & Intuitionology Host Sunil Godse
On the eleventh episode of Radically Honest Season 2, your host Dasom Lee spills psychological wisdom with Sunil Godse, serial entrepreneur and investor, Intuitive Branding Coach, and The Intuitionology Podcast series Host. Author of Gut! What It Is, How To Trust It, How To Use It and Fall Fast. Succeed Faster—he's a mastermind of achieving goals.
"Why are we waiting 'til we're 65? Why are we waiting 5 years later? Stop your regrets today. Live your life through intuition." - Sunil Godse.
You don't have to succumb to fear. After one irreversible decision led to a friend being shot and killed, he invested thousands of hours on research and interviews. Today, his track record is nearly spotless. He coaches businesses to crush their competition the right way, avoiding the annual loss of nearly $1 billion due to low productivity, high turnover costs, and revenue losses. His methodology transforms lives.
So, how can you listen to your innate intuition? Listen to the episode to find out.
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Support: @intuitionology on Instagram and TikTok, sunilgodse.com, Sunil Godse on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Clubhouse; Register for the free 7-day challenge at intuitionology.com
Innovating New-Age Feminine Care Products and Sustaining Her Wellness ft. Honey Pot CEO/Founder Beatrice Dixon
On the tenth episode of Radically Honest Season 2, your host Dasom Lee resonates deeply with Beatrice Dixon, the Founder and CEO of Honey Pot, the first plant-based feminine care line. A spiritual being wrapped up in skin, she innovates new-age products. Simply put, her mission is to improve lives—through pillars of cleanliness, efficaciousness, vibrance, and good energy.
"I'm working really hard in my present moments to maintain my wellness, mindfulness, mindlessness, and to be grateful I'm here right now." - Beatrice Dixon.
Her first job was at McDonald's. Her drive and hustle are in her blood, but she built her muscle of a work ethic. In Atlanta, she used to work 2-3 jobs for mere sustenance. After her bacterial vaginosis infection, she formulated a product that healed her. The key? Clean ingredients. Channeling empathy and humility always, she dreams of initiating radical and safe conversations that can normalize vaginal health.
So, how can you put your self-worth first and reap the benefits of mental clarity? Listen to the episode to find out.
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Support: @iambeadixon and @thehoneypotco on Instagram, thehoneypot.co, & Honey Pot Co products available in stores everywhere
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This is my new favorite podcast to binge! Dasom has created a space for great conversations
One of my favorite podcasts! ❤️
Dasom is wise beyond her years! She is so poignant and all her interviews flow so organically. It is clear she does comprehensive research on each of her guests and can thus ask very thoughtful and interesting questions. I lose track of time when listening to Radically Honest. Highly recommend. ✨
Vulnerability is strength
I love the core principal of radical honesty that this podcast emphasizes because we have been conditioned to believe that vulnerability is a sign of weakness when in reality it strengthens relationships. We also live in a world where people live behind a facade on social media. It's important to hear the raw and real stories and this podcast does an exceptional job of doing that with a a broad range of guests. The host does a great job of asking deep questions, keep it up!