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Thanks for checking out the Sacred Changemakers podcast, my name is Jayne Warrilow and I am passionate about human potential. This podcast has one purpose to truly take a stand for change and transformation, but not just any old change, we believe in positive change with the potential to make a real difference in our world. We’re talking personal, professional and social impact. So come with us on a journey, as we go behind the scenes with people who are making a real difference in our world. Each episode we will be diving deeply into topics that keep you inspired and at your best, sometimes we’ll be interviewing thought leaders, sharing tools and resources, and sometimes we’ll be leading deep-dive conversations tackling the challenging issues of our times. We’re committed to bringing you the best insights and strategies, so you can move into action in ways that matter. Together, we can make the world a better place. I hope you join us

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Thanks for checking out the Sacred Changemakers podcast, my name is Jayne Warrilow and I am passionate about human potential. This podcast has one purpose to truly take a stand for change and transformation, but not just any old change, we believe in positive change with the potential to make a real difference in our world. We’re talking personal, professional and social impact. So come with us on a journey, as we go behind the scenes with people who are making a real difference in our world. Each episode we will be diving deeply into topics that keep you inspired and at your best, sometimes we’ll be interviewing thought leaders, sharing tools and resources, and sometimes we’ll be leading deep-dive conversations tackling the challenging issues of our times. We’re committed to bringing you the best insights and strategies, so you can move into action in ways that matter. Together, we can make the world a better place. I hope you join us

    68 | Thriving Through Uncertainty with Jayne Warrilow And Tama Kieves

    68 | Thriving Through Uncertainty with Jayne Warrilow And Tama Kieves

    Our guest on the podcast this week is Tama Kieves, an honors graduate of Harvard Law School who left her corporate law practice to write and help others unlock their most extraordinary potential. She is the bestselling author of numerous books and her latest is Thriving Through Uncertainty. Featured in USA Today and on Oprah radio, she is a sought-after speaker and visionary career and success mindset coach, who has helped thousands worldwide to discover and thrive in the life, calling, and businesses of their dreams.
    Today Tama shares her experiences of leaving her corporate law career to pursue her soul’s calling. She ignored her parents who told her “if you’re gonna write, you’re gonna starve!” and along the journey, we get to hear the wisdom she has learned from following her bliss.
    Listen in as we talk through what it means to thrive through uncertainty, and we begin to unpack the challenges we are facing in today’s modern world and the opportunities that exist for us today. Tama speaks with passionate energy about “doing the right thing with my time on earth”, about following the spark of what is most meaningful, and inspiring others to step into their highest potential. Her energy is infectious as she shares her excitement about the capacities of the human spirit and her optimism that leaders can change the world.
    If you are curious about your mindset and how your thinking might be holding you back in life or business, this is a conversation you don’t want to miss. I suspect you’ll enjoy this lively dialogue as much as I did.
    Key Takeaways
    Tama’s dynamic perspective on how to live a meaningful life
    The difference between living the life you think you should be living and living the life you were meant to live.
    The value of listening deeply to your soul
    How to get out of your head and be led (to be peaceful, joyous, and free).
    Memorable Quote
    “If you’ve been successful doing what you don’t love, how successful could you be doing what you DO love?.”—Tama Kieves, bestselling author of ‘Thriving Through Uncertainty'.
    Episode Resources:
    http://tamakieves.com/ (Tama’s Website)
    https://amzn.to/3ADSXCv (BOOK: Thriving Through Uncertainty by Tama Kieves)
    http://sacredchangemakers.com/ (SacredChangemakers.com)
    https://sacredchangemakers.com/community (Our Sacred Community)
    https://www.instagram.com/jayne_m_warrilow/?hl=en (Jayne Warrilow on Instagram)
    Thank you to our sponsor:
    A HUGE thank you to our sponsor Coaches Business School who are helping coaches to succeed in business, so they can make a meaningful difference in our world. Go to http://coachesbuseinssschool.com/ (coachesbusinessschool.com) to get the tools, strategies, and frameworks you need to enjoy growing your business in a way that is profitable, predictable, and purpose-driven. A big thank you to all our coaches because without them this wouldn’t be possible.
    If you would like to support our show:
    Please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and other podcast platforms. We would be SO grateful.
    Sacred Changemakers is a transformation company that believes in change for good. We partner with changemakers (coaches, consultants, speakers, authors, business owners, leaders, conscious humans) who want to become more purpose-driven, create a lasting impact, and inspire a better future for all. Together, we are making a meaningful difference in our world.
    If you are a fellow changemaker who would like the support of an incredible community (and make a bigger impact along your path), you can http://sacredchangemakers.com/ (find out more about us here.)

    • 57 min
    67 | How To Lead For Socio, Economic And Environmental Impact with Jayne Warrilow and Lynn Yap

    67 | How To Lead For Socio, Economic And Environmental Impact with Jayne Warrilow and Lynn Yap

    Our guest on the podcast this week is Linn Yap, the founder of the Activ8 network, whose mission is to increase the participation of women in technology and entrepreneurship. She started her career as a corporate attorney, graduated from the Wharton School with an MBA, and worked in investment banking. Her curiosity led her to write about business as a force for good. Her book the Altruistic Capitalist brings together conversations with leaders at for-profit corporations, entrepreneurs, and investors, and her personal experience, all in service of the changes the world needs. As Lynn says we can no longer rely on governments and non-profit organizations alone to solve our social and environmental problems.
    Today Lynn shares her experiences of becoming a corporate attorney in investment banking and how a personal request that was declined during the Facebook IPO changed everything for her and catalyzes her passion for working with organizations that embrace all stakeholders within the business.
    Listen in as we talk through what it means to be an “altruistic capitalist”, and we begin to unpack the challenges facing leaders and the unique opportunities that exist today. Lynn speaks with a deep passion about having an open mindset, about curiosity and its role in social impact, and about the value of collaboration and partnerships. As she says “It’s not about profit only, it’s about growing the pie”. She shares some exciting data from the World Economic Forum that shows that business is already heading in this direction, and it’s no longer a choice we have whether to embrace this perspective or not, it’s something we need to do if we want our business to survive in the longer term.
    If you work with leaders or you want to step into your leadership in a better way, this is a conversation you don’t want to miss. I suspect you’ll enjoy this lively discourse as much as I did.
    Key Takeaways
    Lynn’s dynamic perspective on how to lead in a capitalist economy
    The difference between focusing solely on profit and focusing on all stakeholders and its impact on the bottom line.
    The value of mindfulness and curiosity
    How innovation and social impact are closely related to better financial results.
    Memorable Quote
    “Leaders who separate innovation and social impact are missing big market opportunities.”—Lynn Yap, Founder of the Activ8 Network
    Episode Resources:
    http://www.altruisticcapitalist.com/ (Altruistic Capitalist Website)
    http://linkedin.com/in/%20lynnlyyap (Lynn’s Linked In Profile)
    https://amzn.to/3982o1x (BOOK: The Altruistic Capitalist by Lynn Yap)
    http://sacredchangemakers.com/ (SacredChangemakers.com)
    https://sacredchangemakers.com/community (Our Sacred Community)
    https://www.instagram.com/jayne_m_warrilow/?hl=en (Jayne Warrilow on Instagram)
    Thank you to our sponsor:
    A HUGE thank you to our sponsor Coaches Business School who are helping coaches to succeed in business, so they can make a meaningful difference in our world. Go to http://coachesbuseinssschool.com/ (coachesbusinessschool.com) to get the tools, strategies, and frameworks you need to enjoy growing your business in a way that is profitable, predictable, and purpose-driven. A big (thank you/shout out) to all our coaches, because without them this wouldn’t be possible.
    If you would like to support our show:
    Please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and other podcast platforms. We would be SO grateful.
    Sacred Changemakers is a transformation company that believes in change for good. We partner with changemakers (coaches, consultants, speakers, authors, business owners, leaders, conscious humans) who want to become more purpose-driven, create a lasting impact, and inspire a better future for all. Together, we are making a meaningful difference in our world.
    If you are a fellow changemaker who would like the support of an incredible community (and make a bigger impact along your path), you can http://sacredchangemakers.com/ (

    • 46 min
    66 | Transforming Homeless Social Services To Better Serve People And Communities with Treacy Dobbins

    66 | Transforming Homeless Social Services To Better Serve People And Communities with Treacy Dobbins

    Our guest on the podcast this week is Treacy Dobbins, Founder and CEO of Inspire Real Change. Treacy is a published Author and Military Veteran with over 21 years of leadership and team-building experience. He attended Liberty University where he gained a Dual Masters as a Graduate in Human Services Counseling including more than 7 years of real-world application in Sociology and Community Services Programs. Treacy launched Inspire Real Change in 2020 with a Vision/Mission of Transforming Homeless Social Services to Better Serve People and Communities.
    In today’s episode, Treacy shares his own life’s journey that led him towards the valuable work he is doing today. He speaks with passion about the systemic problems that surround homelessness, the prejudices and stereotypical thinking that creates issues for those unfortunate enough to find themselves homeless, and he talks about the opportunities we have to inspire real change in this area.
    Listen in as we discuss why the systemic approach matters to transforming the homeless social services to better serve people and communities. Treacy shares his wealth of experience from working in Los Angeles and more recently in his local community in South Carolina highlighting the hardline data and the human ‘voice’ of the issues as he asks us all to reframe how we relate to homeless from “This person doesn’t want any help” to “Maybe my community doesn’t have the necessary resources to help this person”. This was a fascinating conversation for me to explore this issue at a deeper level, break through some of my own biases, and truly appreciate the work that Treacy is leading in our world.
    If you are interested in inspiring real change in your local community or society at large, I think you’ll enjoy Treacy’s insights.
    Key Takeaways
    The real issues facing homeless people
    How homelessness needs to be viewed as a systemic issue
    The potential for change that exists despite the challenges
    Treacy’s final words of wisdom and advice for what we can do to help bring change where it is needed.
    Memorable Quote
    “ I believe in people. Everybody deserves a second chance, everybody in their heart and soul, we all go through challenges, it’s the breakthrough that makes us stronger.” - Treacy Dobbins
    Episode Resources:
    http://inspirerealchange.org/ (InspireRealChange.org)
    SPONSOR: http://coachesbusinessschool.com/ (CoachesBusinessSchool.com)
    http://sacredchangemakers.com/ (SacredChangemakers.com)
    https://sacredchangemakers.com/community (Our Community)
    Thank you to our sponsor:
    A HUGE thank you to our sponsor Coaches Business School who are helping coaches to succeed in business, so they can make a meaningful difference in our world. Go to http://coachesbuseinssschool.com/ (coachesbusinessschool.com) to get the tools, strategies, and frameworks you need to enjoy growing your business in a way that is profitable, predictable, and purpose-driven. A big (thank you/shout out) to all our coaches, because without them this wouldn’t be possible.
    If you would like to support our show:
    Please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and other podcast platforms. We would be SO grateful.
    Sacred Changemakers is a transformation company that believes in change for good. We partner with changemakers (coaches, consultants, speakers, authors, business owners, leaders, conscious humans) who want to become more purpose-driven, create a lasting impact, and inspire a better future for all. Together, we are making a meaningful difference in our world.
    If you are a fellow changemaker who would like the support of an incredible community (and make a bigger impact along your path), you can http://sacredchangemakers.com/ (find out more about us here.)

    • 45 min
    65 | Have You Chosen Leadership or has leadership chosen you? with Beverly Wright

    65 | Have You Chosen Leadership or has leadership chosen you? with Beverly Wright

    Our guest on the podcast this week is Beverly Wright, a dynamic public speaker, executive/business coach, successful business leader, Diversity, equity and inclusion advisor, and community volunteer. Throughout her long and illustrious career Bev has been an “intrapreneur” building teams and internal businesses inside a Fortune 50 Technology Company, and with the help of her stellar team created an award-winning internal coaching business from the ground up as an integral element of the Leadership Development Program (LDP). She is now CEO of the Wright Choice Group, she is a rare recipient of IBM’s most admired Golden Circle Award, she has been selected as one of Marshall Goldsmith’s 100 top coaches and she received the Inaugural ICF Circle Of Distinction? She is passionate about helping her clients become successful as they define it and is active in her local community as President of the Dallas Dinner Table.
    Today Bev shares her personal experiences of leadership within corporate America, and how this has evolved into her two core passions (1) of supporting young leaders in the world and (2) trying to be part of healing the divisions she sees in society. She described personal and positional leaderships in insightful ways that leave you feeling inspired about the difference you could personally bring to the table, both inside and outside of organizational life.
    Listen in as Bev describes her unique approach to developing leaders, and we begin to unpack the unique opportunities and the challenges that exist today. Bev speaks with a deep passion about the value of helping other people “the reason you have been given gifts is so you have them to share with others”. She has a natural presence and an easy way of sharing profound wisdom as though it is so simple and so obvious. Bev has managed to create a meaningful life and deep impact through her professional career and voluntary work. I loved the profound wisdom embedded within this conversation, it is one that I will continue to reflect upon for many days to come, I’m sure. If you work with leaders or you want to step into your leadership in a bigger way, this is a conversation you don’t want to miss. I suspect you’ll enjoy this diverse discourse as much as I did.
    Key Takeaways
    Bev’s unique and dynamic perspective on leadership
    The difference between personal and positional leadership and why it matters today.
    The value of straight talk
    How her volunteer experience as President of the Dallas Dinner Table has impacted her opinions about leadership in corporate America
    Memorable Quote
    “People don’t come to work in pieces, they show up whole whether you invited them to do that or not.”—Beverly Wright, CEO, Wright Choice Group
    Episode Resources:
    http://wrightchoicegroup.com (Wright Choice Group Website)
    http://www.DallasDinnerTable.com (Dallas Dinner Table)
    http://linkedin.com/in/coachbevwright (Bev’s Linkedin Profile)
    http://SacredChangemakers.com (SacredChangemakers.com)
    https://sacredchangemakers.com/community (Our Sacred Community)
    https://www.instagram.com/jayne_m_warrilow/?hl=en (Jayne Warrilow on Instagram)
    Thank you to our sponsor:
    A HUGE thank you to our sponsor Coaches Business School who are helping coaches to succeed in business, so they can make a meaningful difference in our world. Go to http://coachesbuseinssschool.com (coachesbusinessschool.com) to get the tools, strategies, and frameworks you need to enjoy growing your business in a way that is profitable, predictable, and purpose-driven. A big (thank you/shout out) to all our coaches, because without them this wouldn’t be possible.
    If you would like to support our show:
    Please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and other podcast platforms. We would be SO grateful.
    Sacred Changemakers is a transformation company that believes in change for good. We partner with changemakers (coaches, consultants, speakers, authors, business owners, leaders, conscious humans) who

    • 56 min
    64 | Creating Organizational Cultures Of Courage with Jayne Warrilow and Daniel Edds

    64 | Creating Organizational Cultures Of Courage with Jayne Warrilow and Daniel Edds

    Our guest on the podcast this week is Daniel Edds. For 25 years, Dan has been a practicing management consultant. He is the author of 2 books, his most recent is titled, Leveraging the Genetics of Leadership, Cracking the code of sustainable team performance. This book demonstrates how elite organizations are revolutionizing the practice of leadership, transforming the world of work, and setting new standards for employee engagement and customer value. In his consulting practice, Dan helps senior leaders design high-impact cultures of courageous and engaged employees.
    In today’s episode, Dan shares his own leadership journey and the experiences that catalyzed his thinking and work into a systemic perspective. He talks with a rare passion about our potential for change as humans, and how leadership when implemented as a system, changes everything for the better.
    Listen in as we discuss why systemic leadership is so important to the future of business, not to mention shaping a better world for us all. Dan shares his wealth of experience from the state penitentiary working with inmates to the leaders of large corporate organizations, he talks about being amazed at the human capacity to transform. Dan shares what he has learned about high-performing organizations, what makes the difference that truly matters to all stakeholders including the daily life of the employees. This was a fascinating conversation for me to feel the resonance emerging between us, how our work has been similar in many ways, yet also different.
    If you are interested in business as a force for good, if you are a leader or work with them in any capacity or you simply want to help make the world a better place, I think you’ll enjoy Dan’s insights.
    Key Takeaways
    How to create high performance in organizational life
    How leadership needs to be viewed as a system
    The potential for change that exists right now, at this moment in time
    Why leadership is important when it comes to changing the world
    Dan’s final words of wisdom and advice for what we can do to help make change where it is needed.
    Memorable Quote
    “ What would happen to profitability if every leader understood that their job was to protect, to value their customers and their people above their own existence? ” - Daniel Edds
    Episode Resources:
    http://danieledds.com/ (Dan’s website)
    https://amzn.to/3d88AZS (BOOK: Leveraging The Genetics Of Leadership)
    SPONSOR: http://coachesbusinessschool.com/ (CoachesBusinessSchool.com)
    http://sacredchangemakers.com/ (SacredChangemakers.com)
    https://sacredchangemakers.com/community (Our Community)
    Thank you to our sponsor:
    A HUGE thank you to our sponsor Coaches Business School who are helping coaches to success in business, so they can make a meaningful difference in our world. Go to http://coachesbuseinssschool.com/ (coachesbusinessschool.com) to get the tools, strategies, and frameworks you need to enjoy growing your business in a way that is profitable, predictable, and purpose-driven. A big (thank you/shout out) to all our coaches, because without them this wouldn’t be possible.
    If you would like to support our show:
    Please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and other podcast platforms. We would be SO grateful.
    Sacred Changemakers is a transformation company that believes in change for good. We partner with changemakers (coaches, consultants, speakers, authors, business owners, leaders, conscious humans) who want to become more purpose-driven, create a lasting impact, and inspire a better future for all. Together, we are making a meaningful difference in our world.
    If you are a fellow changemaker who would like the support of an incredible community (and make a bigger impact along your path), you can http://sacredchangemakers.com/ (find out more about us here.)

    • 44 min
    63 | Leading With Deep Humanity with Jayne Warrilow and Sal Sylvester

    63 | Leading With Deep Humanity with Jayne Warrilow and Sal Sylvester

    Our guest on the podcast this week is Sal Sylvester, an industry thought-leader, innovator, and internationally sought-after executive coach and leadership development trainer. He is a blogger, keynote speaker, and author. Working with teams and leaders is Sal’s passion. His unique perspective has been nurtured through his experience over the past 25 years as an Army Officer, an executive at Accenture, and as the founder of 5.12 Solutions and developer of Coachmetrix, a coaching software platform that measures behavioral change.
    In today’s episode, Sal shares his own personal quest of what it would mean for him to lead a meaningful life in both the personal and professional sense. He talks about the moment when he realized he didn’t want to live the life of so many of his clients, he wanted the freedom to architect his own life. Sal speaks with a rare openness and honesty about redefining success, his passion for the outdoors, and how being human is not about being perfect, it is about being true to yourself at your very core.
    Listen in as we discuss his Human Workplace Needs Model that he has introduced to global brands like Amazon to help them to facilitate the changes needed to create a human culture where people can bring their whole selves to work. He shares the 6 C’s inherent within the structure of the model and how this inspires more creativity, connection, and innovation within the organization. This was a deeply insightful conversation and really interesting to hear how Sal is guiding leaders to facilitate real changes that begin with deeper human connections and ultimately creates a clear path towards a deeper impact. A solution that business really needs right now. Is this an easy path? No, but it is so worthwhile for all involved. If you are interested in leadership and business as a force for good, or you simply want to help make the world a better place, I think you’ll enjoy Sal’s insights.
    Key Takeaway
    How to lead with deep humanity
    The 6 C’s of the Human Workplace Needs Model
    How to transform the workplace into one where people can bring their whole selves to work
    The growing importance of psychological and physical safety at work, today
    Sal’s words of wisdom to inspire deep transformation within your own life
    Memorable Quote
    “ What you do matters, whether you’re in a leadership role or leading a coaching practice, I guarantee you are frequently the topic of a dinner table conversation. So you can make a difference one conversation at a time.” - Sal Sylvester
    Episode Resources:
    http://www.512solutions.com/ (5.12 Solutions Website)
    http://www.coachmetrix.com/ (Coachmetrix Website)
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/xzm1bna5t69zvct/Lead%20with%20DeepHumanity.pdf?dl=0 (FRAMEWORK: Leading With Deep Humanity 6c’s of the Human Workplace Needs Model)
    https://amzn.to/3hQURYW (BOOK: Ignite! The 4 Essential Rules for Emerging Leaders)
    https://amzn.to/3hRZXnZ (BOOK: Unite! The 4 Mindset Shifts for Senior Leaders)
    https://amzn.to/2TO6Xdw (BOOK: Stakeholder Centered Coaching: Maximizing Your Impact as a Coach.)
    http://sacredchangemakers.com/ (SacredChangemakers.com)
    https://sacredchangemakers.com/community (Our Community)
    Thank you to our sponsor:
    A HUGE thank you to our sponsor Coaches Business School who are helping coaches to succeed in business, so they can make a meaningful difference in our world. Go to http://coachesbuseinssschool.com/ (coachesbusinessschool.com) to get the tools, strategies, and frameworks you need to enjoy growing your business in a way that is profitable, predictable, and purpose-driven. A big (thank you/shout out) to all our coaches, because without them this wouldn’t be possible.
    If you would like to support our show:
    Please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and other podcast platforms. We would be SO grateful.


    Sacred Changemakers is a transformation company that believes in change for good. We partner with changemakers (coaches, consultants, speakers,...

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lynnlyyap ,

Authentic and Honest Connection

Jayne builds great honest and authentic connections with her guests, which makes for great conversation. Thought provoking—makes one think about the legacies that we want to leave behind for the next generation. Highly recommended!

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Sticks with me!

Jayne does a great job of creating a space for guests to share their stories authentically. The result is a show that leaves me reflecting long after the episode is over. Each episode delivers gems of self-empowerment!

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Deep conversations

Jayne is an incredible interviewer and goes deep with her guests. Get ready to make a bigger impact in your life and our world.

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