90 episodes

Welcome to Soul Sister Conversations where host Dana Lloyd has conversations that inspire and empower you to connect more deeply to yourself. Each Sunday morning a new episode is released covering topics of personal development, leadership and spirituality.

Connect with Dana Lloyd at www.DanaLloydLeadership.com

Episode 1-56 is with co-host Elaine Shannon. Episode #57 onward Dana solo hosts the conversations.

Thanks for listening!

Soul Sister Conversations Dana Lloyd

    • Self-Improvement

Welcome to Soul Sister Conversations where host Dana Lloyd has conversations that inspire and empower you to connect more deeply to yourself. Each Sunday morning a new episode is released covering topics of personal development, leadership and spirituality.

Connect with Dana Lloyd at www.DanaLloydLeadership.com

Episode 1-56 is with co-host Elaine Shannon. Episode #57 onward Dana solo hosts the conversations.

Thanks for listening!

    EP 89: Empowering Women & Girls Through Sport with Kyla Lane of Her Soul Shot

    EP 89: Empowering Women & Girls Through Sport with Kyla Lane of Her Soul Shot

    About the Show: Kyla Lane is passionate about advocating for women and girls in sport. She shares her experience of being a young girl in sports and the road bumps along the way and of course the lessons. She is doing everything she can to highlight, celebrate and empower women to own who they are. This episode is loaded with Universal positive messages of empowerment such as your voice is needed in this world, don’t fight who you are meant to be and being you is good enough. Connect with Kyla Lane: Twitter & Instagram: @kylajlane
    Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @hersoulshot

    • 53 min
    EP 88: Coming Awake at Any Age with Brittany Cormier, Conscious Living Enthusiast

    EP 88: Coming Awake at Any Age with Brittany Cormier, Conscious Living Enthusiast

    About the Show
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    Brittany Cormier calls herself a Conscious Living Enthusiast. She is a young woman who shares her story of coming awake in her 20’s. She talks about the the experience of becoming a new mom which cracked her wide open to a new spiritual world. Brittany shares how she stays conscious in her every day life and we discuss the impact conscious living has had on her parenting and the relationships in her life. This episode has lessons for anyone who is coming awake at any age.
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    About Brittany
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    Her mission: “Encouraging conscious living through mindfulness, self awareness, and introspection to improve our quality of life and embrace the journey that we are on.”
    Connect with Brittany     https://www.instagram.com/shesjustbee.xo/?hl=en

    • 38 min
    EP 87: Helping One Another To Have Better Mental Health with Elizabeth Eldridge

    EP 87: Helping One Another To Have Better Mental Health with Elizabeth Eldridge

    About the Show:
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    Fuelled by a desire to fight the stigma of mental health, improve understanding and empower members of the public to provide support to persons in stress, Elizabeth Eldridge founded Arpejjio Health Services which provides mental health training. We talk about the common mental health illnesses, red flags and strategies to help yourself and others. We also talk about mental health in the workplace and how leaders and employees can recognize signs of stress and what they can do to help.
    About Elizabeth Eldridge:
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    Elizabeth Eldridge helps people help people.  As a psychological health and safety consultant, Elizabeth is passionate about supporting organizations in adopting mentally healthy policies and practices to make the workplace a better place to be for all.  She is also the founder and director of Arpeggio (pronounced “ahr-PEJ-ee-oh”) Health Services which, since the company’s birth in 2012, has grown into Atlantic Canada’s largest provider of standardized trainings like the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s Mental Health First Aid program.  A big believer in the importance of self care for staying mentally resilient, you’ll find Elizabeth exploring New Brunswick’s beautiful trails with her Weimaraner pup (pronounced “WHY-muh-ran-er”) Ruby in her downtime.
    Social media links:
    facebook.com/elizabetheldridgeconsulting
    twitter.com/eldridgeconsult
    linkedin.com/in/elizabetheldridgeconsulting

    • 55 min
    EP 86: Creating Inner Peace with Anne-Marie Collette, Intuitive Coach

    EP 86: Creating Inner Peace with Anne-Marie Collette, Intuitive Coach

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    Anne Marie Collette is an INTUITIVE COACH who shares about finding inner peace. She is co-founder of Peace Leaders Collaborative. We talk about peace education which is learning the skills, attitudes and behaviours that assist us to live in a more conscious and harmonious way with self, others and Mother Earth. Being an educator for over 25 years, Anne- Marie is passionate about instilling peace at a young age. What I loved most about this conversation? It is about tuning into our inner being. Anne-Marie says when we foster our gifts and discover who we are and honour that… we are on our own personal journey to peace. 
    About Anne-Marie Collette: 
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    Anne-Marie Collette is a co-founder of Peace Leaders Collaborative. -- As a former public school teacher, facilitator and educational leader for over 25 years, her innovative programs and teaching methods have earned local, provincial and national recognition. In 2004, her exceptional holistic and heart-centered programs earned her a nomination for the prestigious Lieutenant Governor’s Excellence in Education Award in Manitoba, Canada. 
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     Anne-Marie believes that peace education needs to become the backdrop to all that transpires in a school system and cannot be an add-on: it needs to become the soul of the schools.  
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    Global thinker with an entrepreneurial spirit, she is the creator of the Awake and Advance System which was highlighted in a co-authored book called Dreaming BIG Being BOLD. She now teaches women leaders how to achieve greater success by connecting with their spiritual selves. Her specialty is helping professionals to reclaim their own voice by creating an authentic shift of power. As a result, her clients experience a greater peace of mind, a healthier body and a more balanced and harmonious life aligned to their divine genius. Known for her wisdom, Anne-Marie offers customized workshops, retreats and life coaching. Anne-Marie believes that peace education needs to become the backdrop to all that transpires in a school system and cannot be an add-on: it needs to become the soul of the schools.  
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    Connect with Anne-Marie 
    Tel: (506) 312-3303 
    Email: amcollette@bellaliant.net 

    • 55 min
    EP 85: Helping Women Heal from Alcohol Addiction with Johnena Kennedy, Addiction Counsellor

    EP 85: Helping Women Heal from Alcohol Addiction with Johnena Kennedy, Addiction Counsellor

    About the Show: 

    Johnena Kennedy has worked in the field of addictions for 35 years helping women heal. We discuss what it means to be an addict or alcoholic. 

    This was an eye opening conversation on many topics relating to women and alcohol including:

    ✔️how the alcohol industry grooms women

    ✔️the fastest growing segment of women drinkers

    ✔️how traumas and shame relate to addictions

    ✔️how you know when you are an alcoholic/ addict

    ✔️how alcohol interferes with your authentic self.

    ✔️the joy and freedom of begin sober.

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    About Johnena Kennedy:

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    Johnena has worked for 35 years in the field of Addictions. She has been sober 42 years. Most of her work has been with Women with Addictions. She has  4 wonderful grown kids and partners that have taught her so much about love and life. She is the Nana of two darling grand babies.

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    • 48 min
    EP 84: Lessons From the Dying with Sandy Maxwell, CEO Hospice Greater Saint John

    EP 84: Lessons From the Dying with Sandy Maxwell, CEO Hospice Greater Saint John

    About the Show:
    Sandy Maxwell is CEO of Hospice Greater Saint John. Working in palliative/ hospice care for the past 20 years, she has seen death and dying up close. She shares the powerful lessons she has learned about "the art of living in the midst of dying."  This episode is inspiring as it prompts one to ask "what does it mean to truly live?"
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    Sandy also shares what a hospice is like and how does one know if they are ready for this kind of service. She shares many wonderful stories that will warm your heart and have you view this part of life through a new lens.
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    Social Media Links:
    Facebook:  www.facebook.com/hospicesj
    Website:  www.hospicesj.ca
    Hospice Fundraiser:  www.winwithhospice.ca
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    About Sandy Maxwell:
    Sandy Maxwell  is a former registered nurse and an experienced non-profit business professional. She has been the Chief Executive Officer of Hospice Greater Saint John for 20 years, managing a $2.5M budget and leading a team of 40 paid staff and 150 volunteers.
    Prior to moving to New Brunswick and her employment with Hospice, Sandy worked in Ottawa in national sport and aquatic lifesaving, including the Canadian Sport Council, the Royal Life Saving Society and Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association. She originates from Wilmington, Massachusetts and holds both American and Canadian citizenship.
    For six years, Sandy served as a member of Health Canada’s Canadian Strategy on Palliative and End-of-Life Care, working with our nation’s experts to change public policy and enhance healthcare services to the dying.
    A dedicated and passionate social entrepreneur, Sandy and her leadership team established two new social enterprises in Saint John that has one business supporting the other while serving as a model for healthcare innovation in Atlantic Canada.
    Today, Hospice Greater Saint John is the parent company of both Bobby’s Hospice, a 10-bed community palliative care home and The Hospice Shoppe, an upscale second-hand retail store that helps to fund care at Bobby’s Hospice.
    Her leadership has earned Hospice multiple national awards, including being named one of Canada’s Top 100 Charities for giving by Charities Intellegence Canada and Maclean’s Magazine for both 2019 and 2020.
    Sandy is a passionate and driven healthcare and non-profit business professional who believes strongly in palliative care and grief support to enhance the quality of living and dying.. She is married to her high school sweetheart, Jim, and has 3 children and 6 grandchildren

    • 38 min

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