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A weekly podcast where Elizabeth and her guests engage in real discussions about overcoming tragedy, trials, and trauma to experience a rewarding and fulfilling life. Join us to learn how to have a winning life by building a strong spirit, soul, and body. Get the life hacks you need to live the life you you want. You were created for victory!

Resilient Life Hacks Elizabeth Meyers

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9 • 17 Ratings

A weekly podcast where Elizabeth and her guests engage in real discussions about overcoming tragedy, trials, and trauma to experience a rewarding and fulfilling life. Join us to learn how to have a winning life by building a strong spirit, soul, and body. Get the life hacks you need to live the life you you want. You were created for victory!

    Using the Power of Poetry to Heal the Hurting with Elizabeth Brown

    Using the Power of Poetry to Heal the Hurting with Elizabeth Brown

    Podcast Episode with Elizabeth Brown
    After suffering several back-to-back losses, Elizabeth Brown used the power of poetic words to restore her faith in God and point others in the direction of healing. Elizabeth shares openly with us about the trials she has suffered and how her faith in God kept her afloat. She challenges each of us to consider, “How can I use my words to help heal the hurting?”


    About Elizabeth
    Elizabeth is the author of two books:


    Unwanted Confessions Confirmed – The story of a young girl being tested with triumph, tragedy, knowledge, morals, values, and confessions.


    Sour Lemonade – is a constant reminder of keeping your loved ones close, regaining power and strength with yourself.


    Connect with Elizabeth
    Website: Blackbutterflybeauties.com

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    • 43 min
    Faith and Perseverance in Extreme Minimalist Living

    Faith and Perseverance in Extreme Minimalist Living

    What would you be willing to do to get out of debt? Could you be as extreme as our next guest? Nikolas lived in a 1986 Suburban eating frozen fish sticks and one PBJ every three days so that he could pay off his student loads in under a year! That’s taking the minimalist lifestyle to the extreme! Talk about a tiny house! And Nikolas did it before it was cool.


    Nikolas shares his crazy adventures with us to encourage us that we can meet even our outlandish goals through faith, perseverance, and grit.











    About Nikolas
    Nickolas Natali is a comedic content creator, small software business owner and people lover from Southern California. Nick began making short films in 7th grade when he got his hands on his first phone, The Envy 2.  He began writing and filming short comedy skits with his friends and eventually created a Youtube Channel in 2010. As he matured, so did his content. From comedy skits to social experiments to vlogs to comedic commentary – Nick tailors his content creation to how he believes he can best influence, entertain, and inspire his audience. 


    Nick attributes the majority of his success and character development to his friends and family that encouraged and believed in him even when he didn’t.


    For the past 10 years Nick has been creating online content and honing his skills in videography, editing, writing and hosting. All of his content is created with the purpose to positively impact his audience. Nick desires for his audience to be left feeling uplifted, educated, or valued after watching. 


     


    Connect with Nikolas
    Website: nickolasnatali.com

    Instagram: instagram.com/nickolasnatali

    YouTube: youtube.com/nickolasnatali

    Tiktok: tiktok.com/nickolasnatali

    Twitter: twitter.com/nickolasnatali

    Facebook: facebook.com/nickolasnatali


    Learn more about the Resilient Life Hacks podcast at https://ResilientLifeHacks.com.


    Claim your free copy of my prayer guide and journal! https://elizabethmeyers.me/prayerguide

    • 41 min
    From Addict to Author: Transform Your Life From the Inside Out with MK Morales

    From Addict to Author: Transform Your Life From the Inside Out with MK Morales

    Transform your life from the inside out!
    MK Morales went from being an addict to an author of the book, Becoming Woman of Principle: Transforming Your Mind, Living Courageously and Rising to Your Call. She now coaches others on how to transform their lives by changing the way they think and and answering the call for who they are meant to be.











    About MK
    I am Mary Katherine (MK). I am a non-profit executive, author, speaker, and certified coach/trainer.


    More importantly, I am a woman of God, a devoted wife and mother, and Woman of Principle who knows the power of transforming your life. For 15 years, I’ve been equipping and empowering women – just like you – to embrace their journey of becoming all God is calling them to be!


    However, my life wasn’t always so inspiring.


    When I was 14 and I heard a whisper in my spirit tell me that I would write a book, I had no idea it would be a book based on my mistakes and the journey through fear, anxiety, and self-doubt.


    I heard the call a second time in my late twenties while suffering as a heartbroken addict. I was shouting to God for help and the Spirit of Love almost audibly stated, “You will recover, and you will write a book about your journey through hell to home.”


    “Yeah, right,” was my response.


    I swore I would never tell anyone about the degree to which I failed – repeatedly.


    But today, I have dedicated my life to empowering rising women of faith to explore their full potential and become the leader God is calling them to be. 


    Connect with MK
    Website: www.womanofprinciple.com

    Book: Becoming Woman of Principle: Transforming Your Mind, Living Courageously and Rising to Your Call details five key practices that lead to living a life of freedom and joy

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    The Power of Transformation with MK
    Learn more about working with MK or get information on joining her Power of Transformation group by clicking here.


    Learn more about the Resilient Life Hacks podcast at ResilientLifeHacks.com.


    Claim your free copy of my prayer guide and journal!


     

    • 29 min
    How and Why Christians Should Practice Yoga

    How and Why Christians Should Practice Yoga

    Podcast Episode with Miranda Jo Davis
    Have you ever wondered if it’s okay for Christians to practice Yoga? Is it a form of exercise or a false religion? How can a Christian practice yoga and still honor her faith in Jesus?


    Our guest on the Resilient Life Hacks podcast today, Miranda Jo Davis, is equipped to answer all these questions and more. She shares with us not only the physical benefits of yoga but also how it can help us overcome adversity and live with greater resilience. She teaches us how Christian meditation is different from the worldly meditation and how it positively affects mental health.


    If you are interested in overcoming the obstacles of false teaching in the yoga world to glorifying God in Christian yoga, then this episode is for you!











    About Miranda Jo
    Miranda Jo Davis is an expert in the health and wellness world with over twenty years’ experience. She owns a thriving Christian yoga and Pilates studio and infuses her teaching with biblical truth. Miranda facilitates global wellness retreats, has an E-RYT 500 credential from Yoga Alliance, and has made several television, radio, and print appearances as a top resource.


    In ministry, Miranda is a biblical counselor, using God’s Word to encourage heart change and guide women to live for Christ. She has a heart for marriage and serves alongside her husband, Erich, by mentoring couples in need.


    Miranda is the best-selling author of Christian Girl in a Yoga World. As a freelance writer and blogger, she has written devotionals, blogs, and articles for various Christian media outlets such as Proverbs 31 Ministries. Miranda routinely does public speaking and has a love for sharing God’s Word, using personal testimony on a variety of topics to convey the impact Christ has on her life.


    Despite Miranda’s passion for investing in others, her family is her top priority. Her husband is her best friend, with whom she lovingly parents two boys, Joah and Levi. Together they find the joy in life by being outdoors, traveling, and dancing to music that moves the soul.


    Connect with Miranda Jo
    Check out Miranda’s website.

    Join the Christian Yoga Community Group on Facebook.

    Connect with Miranda on Instagram.

    Read Miranda’s book, Christian Girl in a Yoga World.

    Check out the Perfect Fit Christian Yoga Teacher Training.


    Resources
    Find a Christian yoga instructor through the Christian Yoga Association Directory.


    Learn more about the Resilient Life Hacks podcast at ResilientLifeHacks.com.


    Claim your free copy of my prayer guide and journal!

    • 31 min
    Perseverance in Overcoming Obstacles with James Perdue

    Perseverance in Overcoming Obstacles with James Perdue

    Podcast Episode with James Perdue, the Professor of Perseverance
    When life is difficult and painful, it’s tempting to throw in the towel and just quit trying. However, the sweetest rewards come when we persevere in spite of our obstacles. James has such an inspiring story of not giving up, even when doctors said he would never walk again and should move into a nursing home at age 19.


    A bleak diagnosis wasn’t enough to stop James, who is now known as the Professor of Perseverance. Not only did he walk again, he also earned his doctorate after having to drop out of college, and coached basketball even though he had been a football player. We can all learn from his loving approach to mentoring challenging teens.


    If you’re in a difficult season and considering giving up, be encouraged by James’ example. James has survived three suicide attempts, so he knows what it’s like to hit rock bottom. He is not a superhuman. He is a regular guy who refuses to quit and is making a tremendous impact on those who see and follow his example.











    About James
    Dr. James Perdue, Professor of Perseverance, is the author of several books and the host of the Professor of Perseverance Podcast.


    On September 11, 1983, James became a quadriplegic, dislocating three vertebrae in his neck, from playing a football game. The doctor said, “James, I’m sorry. You’ll never walk again and you might be paralyzed from your neck down.” Later, the doctor advised his family to place him in a nursing home; he would be too much of a burden for them to take care.


    Dr. James Perdue, Professor of Perseverance, worked hard to achieve success as a teacher and coach. He has been awarded  Fox 17 Top Teacher of the Week 2005, Teacher of the Year 2002, as well as, Coach of the Year 2006 and 2000. He received the Jo Andrews Award 1995 and the Hal Ramer Award 1991 both for overcoming adversity.  He received his doctorate degree, in May 2011, from Tennessee State University. 


    His demonstration of not giving up and striving through major challenges is apparent. The Professor of Perseverance knows he can help others pass through to the other side of tragedies to triumph and become survivors of difficulties.


    Connect with James
    James’ website: ProfessorOfPerseverance.com

    James’ books on Amazon

    Facebook page

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    • 37 min
    The Mind-Body Connection to Healing Chronic Illness with Debbie Emick

    The Mind-Body Connection to Healing Chronic Illness with Debbie Emick

    The Other Side of Perfect
    The Mind-Body Connection to Healing Chronic Illness with Debbie Emmick
    The Other Side of Perfect is a brutally honest and revealing peek into the life of a woman whose multiple diagnoses and bleak prognosis would be the surprising source of her ultimate liberation. After trying everything she knew to recover from the physical damage of autoimmune diseases–medication, nutrition, fitness, reducing stress–Debbie found her health continuing to deteriorate and in the deepest depths of depression she’d ever experienced. In her desperate attempt to claw her way out of hopelessness, this people-pleasing perfectionist stumbled upon her greatest source of self-healing yet–resurrecting the past to heal the future.


    She’ll lead you through how following her intuition allowed her to finally process the repressed trauma of her childhood, ultimately healing her mind and body at once. Her story will show you that it was only through stripping away all the protections she surrounded herself in, to expose her most authentic, vulnerable self, that she was able to move beyond superficial health and toward something more meaningful and sustainable. Debbie takes us along with her in her own self-discovery that her adversity was her greatest gift, pointing the way to her freedom all along.


    About Debbie
    Debbie Emick is author of The Other Side of Perfect: Discovering the Mind-Body Connection to Healing Chronic Illness and co-creator and blogger at gobucketyourself.com. She is co-host of the ‘One Life. Live It!’ podcast. 


    She lives on the southeastern plains of Colorado with her husband, two daughters, Denali the dog, and her six chickens. When she’s not traveling to the mountains, the beach, or Spanish-speaking countries, you’ll find her there, in her sunroom or on her back porch sipping hot tea.


    Connect with Debbie
    Debbie’s website: GoBucketYourself.com

    Book: The Other Side of Perfect: Discovering the Mind-Body Connection to Healing Chronic Illness

    30-day companion journal to Debbie’s book

    Debbie’s Instagram (DM her! She will reply.)

    One Life Live It podcast


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    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

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The Real Nickolas Natali ,

Nickolas Natali

Elizabeth is a great host and knows how to get the most out of her guests! She’s an all around rockstar!

@kimstewinspired ,

Practical ways to be resilient

What a blessing to discover this podcast. I love how Elizabeth and her guests have a way of taking the trials that come in life and giving us practical ways to be resilient through them and staying faithful as we overcome them. ❤️
Kim Stewart @kimstewinspired

kristineb50 ,

Uplifting and Practical

My favorite time to catch a good podcast episode is while on a walk, and Resilient Life Hacks is my perfect walking companion! It always brings a smile and adds a little pep to my step when I hear how fellow faith journeyers have overcome life’s biggest challenges. Definitely good for the soul:)

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