Break away from convention and follow your own path.
S3:E14 // Anti-Racism & Speaking Your Truth
In this episode, I talk about how important anti-racism work is to your self-awareness practice, as well as share an interview I did with Adria DeCorte on her podcast, Unforgettable.
To access my ever-growing Google doc with anti-racist resources, follow me on Instagram @dancingpinkwitch, or use this link: https://rb.gy/beghnc
S3:E13 // Why No One Knows WTF They're Doing in Relationships with Group Think & Keith Paolino
In this week's episode, I share an interview I did with my relationship coach, Keith Paolino, for a program called Group Think. This is one of the BEST recorded conversations I've had about relationships, and the turnout to the panel was AWESOME. People responded really well, so I highly recommend listening to this.
Instead of reinventing the wheel, I'm sharing their show notes below so you have everything you need to navigate this super robust and important show:
Welcome to the third episode of the Group Think ATX podcast! Our topic for today's conversation is RELATIONSHIPS with special guests Liv Hadden and Keith Paolino. Together we explore what connections with other humans mean to us. Although this conversation was recorded pre-COVID19 the themes are not only relevant but emphasized by our shared experience of social distancing. This conversation is facilitated by Madeline Krebs and Maggie Burke with intro, edits, and illustration is by Katie Rose Gurkin.
If you want to learn more about Group Think ATX, Global Shapers, or our special guests (Liv and Keith) please follow the links below:
Group Think ATX: https://www.facebook.com/GroupThinkATX/
Global Shapers Austin: http://www.austinshapers.com/
Self Aware Millennial (Liv Hadden's podcast and project): https://selfawaremillennial.com/
Illustration by Katie Rose Gurkin: https://katieroseshow.myportfolio.com/
Music by Will Patterson https://www.hightidepost.com/
Group Think Fargo: http://www.groupthinkfargo.com/
“We cannot live for ourselves alone.” - Herman Melville
S3:E12// Finding Courage to Walk Away from the Beaten Path with Mitchell Earl
In this episode, I interview COO of Discover Praxis, Mitchell Earl, about his journey away from the traditional "go to college, get a degree, get a job" path and became an entrepreneur so he could build the life he wanted.
Mitchell is COO of Discover Praxis – a startup bootcamp and job placement program for entrepreneurial young professionals who want more than college. He's the author of Don’t Do Stuff You Hate and frequently writes about how to navigate life and careers. He's radical about creating a better future and helping others do the same. Follow him on Twitter for more: @mitchell_earl.
Enjoy his story and take inspiration in all the f*****g possibilities you have access to!
S3:E11 // Using Music & Mushrooms to Build Your Self-Awareness
In this week's episode, I interview the amazing Taraleigh Weathers about how she teaches people to integrate the magic of live music into their daily lives. This is easily one of the most fun interviews I've done because of her energy and because we talk about one of my favorite topics: psychedelics!
If you'd like to connect with Taraleigh, here's her info:
Become a Healthy Prankster on Rocking Life’s Patron: http://www.patreon.com/rockinglifeonlineWebsite rockinglife.comInstagram @rockinglife__Book on Amazon: How to Rock Your Life: Maintain the Magic of Live Music in Your Everyday ExperienceRetreat center thiswonderfulplace.com
S3:E10 // Let's Talk About Sex(uality), Baby!
In this week's episode, I talk to my cousin, Anna, about her coming out journey, why I really got divorced, and why your sexuality is a crucial part of your self-awareness journey.
Mentioned on the show:
Find Anna on Instagram @porcupannaListen to the Savage LovecastRead The Ethical SlutBook a call with Liv's astrologist, Kay TaylorNote: PLEASE stay safe and sane right now. As best you can, abide by COVID-19 quarantine rules. The sooner we get with the program, the sooner things will go back to something closer to "normal."
S3:E9 // The Power of Slowing Down & Pausing
Right now, we have an unprecedented global slow down. For the first time in recent history, the ENTIRE world is not only asking you to stay home, it's actually enforcing it.
For many of us, this is causing internal panic about SO. MANY. THINGS!
I'm here to encourage and quite frankly challenge you to step outside your patterns of anxiety, scarcity, and panic in this uncertainty and lean into the power of pausing.
As entrepreneur and speaker KC Baker says, "The slower you go, the more you feel."
You have an opportunity right now to stop numbing out and FEEL the things you've been avoiding so you can learn more about yourself, deepen your understanding of what you want and desire, and actually take steps to build the life you want.
Listen to this episode to gain perspective into how this f****d up time can be a gift, and how to take advantage of the power available to you in slowing down and pausing.
A true gift to the world
Liv brings valuable insight to introspection is so many different ways to connect with her listeners. All of her guests, and herself, provide different persectives and avenues to self awareness that is unmatched.
Perspectives worth considering
Perspective on things a lot of us don’t spend enough, if any, time thinking about yet should. Worth your time. You won’t walk away empty.
Must listen for all millennials
Liv and her podcast is full of information all millennials should listen to. They don’t teach you this stuff in school. It’s refreshing to learn and grow through the content on this podcast. I love listening to SAM on my way to work!