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Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Tiffany has made it her mission create real change, one person at a time; this was the premise for her podcast, ‘Speak Loud’. The objective of ‘Speak Loud’ was to create a platform that supports anyone that is currently suffering abuse in their life. The podcast consists of stories told by previous victims of abuse, that will showcase their triumph and provide hope and encouragement through the stories shared.The host, Tiffany, has experienced a lot during her life. With experiences like being emancipated at age 15 – the second case in the state of Utah for a child of age 15 to become legally emancipated from their parents, due to abuse – to working 3 jobs to support herself and her education, and being torch bearer of the 2020 Olympics, among many more achievements, Tiffany recounts her stories and experiences to help victims of abuse.Tiffany also founded S.H.A.R.E; an advocacy group for students by students who have experienced abuse. Tiffany and the S.H.A.R.E team were able to grow the advocacy group into a 501c3 non-profit – a huge accomplishment.‘Speak Loud’ has already grown rapidly and created a close-knit community. Being so early in its creation, the accomplishments already achieved by ‘Speak Loud’ shows a positive future for the podcast.Tiffany is also in the process of releasing her first book and autobiography, ‘The Throw Away Girl’, which is expected to release soon.Her motto is “It’s the START that STOPS you” – a line that sums up ‘Speak Loud’ and Tiffany’s mission to help victims of abuse.

Speak LOUD Tiffany Barnes

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 65 Ratings

Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Tiffany has made it her mission create real change, one person at a time; this was the premise for her podcast, ‘Speak Loud’. The objective of ‘Speak Loud’ was to create a platform that supports anyone that is currently suffering abuse in their life. The podcast consists of stories told by previous victims of abuse, that will showcase their triumph and provide hope and encouragement through the stories shared.The host, Tiffany, has experienced a lot during her life. With experiences like being emancipated at age 15 – the second case in the state of Utah for a child of age 15 to become legally emancipated from their parents, due to abuse – to working 3 jobs to support herself and her education, and being torch bearer of the 2020 Olympics, among many more achievements, Tiffany recounts her stories and experiences to help victims of abuse.Tiffany also founded S.H.A.R.E; an advocacy group for students by students who have experienced abuse. Tiffany and the S.H.A.R.E team were able to grow the advocacy group into a 501c3 non-profit – a huge accomplishment.‘Speak Loud’ has already grown rapidly and created a close-knit community. Being so early in its creation, the accomplishments already achieved by ‘Speak Loud’ shows a positive future for the podcast.Tiffany is also in the process of releasing her first book and autobiography, ‘The Throw Away Girl’, which is expected to release soon.Her motto is “It’s the START that STOPS you” – a line that sums up ‘Speak Loud’ and Tiffany’s mission to help victims of abuse.

    Thriving After Trauma with Tracey Osborne

    Thriving After Trauma with Tracey Osborne

    Today I am joined by Tracey Osborne, CEO of the Global Association for Trauma Recovery and a certified trauma recovery coach. A ‘survivor and thriver’ of abuse, Tracy uses her voice to raise awareness, connect with other survivors, and provide resources to help heal trauma globally. 


    Early life for Tracey was turbulent and confusing. Her parents separated when she was 5, causing feelings of abandonment that followed her into adulthood. She went from living with both parents to living with her grandmother, and later her father and step-mother. Her step-mother was the first perpetrator of abuse: narcissistic, manipulative, and invasive of Tracey’s privacy. 


    At age 15, she was sent to Canada for a year to live with family she had never met. This ended up being the best year of her life, and she learned what healthy parenting looked like. She also met the boy who would later become her husband. 


    In adulthood, Tracey had several abusive relationships. She had been pregnant twice by the age of 23. She explains how she went through relationship after relationship, always searching for something better but ending up with the same type of man. She often left relationships out of fear of abandonment. She was always looking for the next best thing, easily bored with partners and often having another man lined up when she left a relationship.


    In 2013, Tracey reconnected with her now late-husband after their time in Canada. They were married for 5 years, during which Tracey began healing her trauma. She discovered on a podcast that she had an addiction to love and relationships: a realization that allowed her to change her patterns and break the pattern of abuse in her life. Whenever she would drift back to her old ways, she would tell herself, “This is the addiction talking. This isn’t what we’re looking for.” 


    As a mother, Tracey was very vocal with her daughters. She was open and honest about her past, teaching them what an abusive situation looks like and how to ask for help. Now, her oldest daughter is teaching her granddaughters the same things.


    As she moved forward, Tracey knew that she wanted to help women, but was unsure of what that looked like. After the passing of her husband, she knew it meant helping people overcome trauma. As a recovery coach, she didn’t feel right charging her patients, which led her to start the Global Association for Trauma Recovery. Tracey’s belief is that every survivor deserves a chance to thrive, and she has made sure that resources for healing are available to anyone that needs it. 


    Listen in to hear how Tracey released her fear of abandonment, learned the skills to build her business, and how she helps survivors today. 


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    Find resources at Tracey’s organization


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    • 40 min
    The Making Of A Woman with JEWELS

    The Making Of A Woman with JEWELS

    In this episode, I talk to author, speaker, and professional bodybuilder Jewels. Jewels wrote "The Making of a Woman: From the Inside Out" and is here to speak about childhood abuse, alcoholism, recovery and rediscovery. Jewels hopes she can reach people and show that ‘it’--whatever ‘it’ is--is not pretty, but is possible. 


    Jewels describes her early life as the 'first stage,' one that she had to endure to evolve. The first Jewels was small, and according to her, scared. Suddenly one-in-five kids after her mother remarried, Jewels suffered abuse in the shadows. Her silence was her way of coping with the abuse, which went on for three years.


    At 14 she dropped out of school and left home. She had started drinking, drugs, and brought those bad habits into adulthood. Jewels was 'functioning with a 10-year-old's idea of what adults do.' She lacked guidance. But during this time, her mother was her rock as she was her cheerleader when Jewels was 'circling the drain,’ and handed Jewels her first 30-day sobriety chip. Jewels’ mother died a year after Jewels became sober. 


    For 19 years, Jewels struggled to get her feet under herself long enough to go it alone. Even in the depths of alcoholism, she had a mission to be independent. Her initial push into sobriety had no fireworks, but was no less powerful. After casually mentioning to a pair of women that she wished she didn't drink so much, she was in her first room of recovery within 30 minutes. 


    The support and attention Jewels received in meetings allowed for an emotional release. Now, she sponsors and speaks for others, which she describes as part of the gift of sobriety. 


    The title for Jewels’ book came to her in a meditation, after a friend told her she needed to write a book. Jewels put it into the universe that she wanted to share her story, and in six months she had finsihed her book.


    Listen in to hear what Jewels would tell her past self, how she unlearned the false truths others taught her, and how she transformed her fight-or-flight instincts into an energy for change.  


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    Speak Loud Podcast on the web
    Buy Jewels’ book on her website


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    • 39 min
    Being Brown in a Black and White World with ANNEMARIE SHROUDER

    Being Brown in a Black and White World with ANNEMARIE SHROUDER

    In this episode, I talk with AnneMarie Shrouder, a diversity and inclusion speaker and consultant. She’s the author of, “Being Brown in a Black-and-White World: Conversations for Leaders about Race, Racism and Belonging,” and a mother. Today, she’s here to talk about the reality of being “bi-racial” in a world that encourages you to choose one or the other. 


    AnneMarie was raised in Montreal by two immigrant parents: a mother from Austria and a father from Jamaica. Growing up, AnneMarie was more connected to her mother’s side of her family. But in many social situations, she was either 'too black' or 'too white' to fit in. She felt pressured to choose one or the other, and didn't come to the realization that she could choose 'both, and,' until adulthood. Overcoming that polarization of 'either or' was an most empowering part of her journey. 


    AnneMarie talks about some of the struggles she’s faced in raising her daughter. Her daughter racially identifies as black, while AnneMarie identifies as bi-racial. While she made it a priority to instill pride in her daughter's identity, she was floored when her daughter went through a phase of wanting to be white. Friends and colleagues reminded her, however, that she lived in a world built on--and for--whiteness. It’s easier to be white, and AnneMarie’s daughter saw that, even at a young age. 


    Despite being at a disadvantage in some aspects of her child’s identity, AnneMarie prioritized exposing her child to black culture. They spent seven months in Barbados with her child’s grandparents. AnneMarie marveled at how much her daughter grew when surrounded by black people. Her friends, her teachers, their public figures, were all black. 


    AnneMarie initially avoided writing her book, “Being Brown in a Black-and-White World.” She stared writing when she was pregnant, and intended to write about how her daughter came to be. But in the process, a different book poked its head out. Although it wasn’t what AnneMarie set out to write at first, it was something she realized had to be said. 


    Her personal journey is intertwined with her business in diversity and inclusion. Because of this, it made sense to write not just a book on business or a personal story, but to write them together. AnneMarie’s book could technically be read for just the business or the personal side. But she hopes that by putting them together, she encourages people to truly see each other. She believes that everyone loses when we don’t see all of who someone is. 


    Listen in to hear AnneMarie’s take on the effect of the internet and technology on racism, the instances she felt the most discriminated against, and how she’s making the world a better place for her daughter.


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    • 50 min
    Tapping into Your Power with MURIELLE FELLOUS

    Tapping into Your Power with MURIELLE FELLOUS

    Today's guest is Murielle Fellous, we are speaking about emotional mastery through EFT tapping. Murielle is a single mother of 3, who discovered EFT while raising her teenage children. Her journey inspired her to create ‘Co-Parenting With the Universe,’ through which she helps single moms in their own journeys through parenthood. 


    Murielle felt herself spiraling during her kids' teenage years. She discovered EFT tapping as a powerful tool to interrupt those spirals. She used EFT first on herself, and later on her kids, and saw amazing results. 


    She now practices clinical EFT, which she shares in her coaching. Her goal is to prevent other women from going where she went during her struggles as a single mother. Murielle says that falling into the depths of anxiety or depression helps no one: not the moms, not the kids. 


    EFT works by soothing the nervous system while thinking about an emotional stressor. By tapping meridian points on the body, EFT eases the physical response we feel to anxiety or trauma.


    According to Murielle, repetition is key. She calls it as a path in the grass: if you don't walk in it, the grass is going to grow back. She recommends tapping every time you feel anxiety or have recurring thoughts. This helps your body understand that there is no threat, and frees you from a trap of anxiety or depression. 


    Murielle describes ‘co-parenting with the universe’ with a metaphor. Energy is like an elevator, she explains. You stop at the floor at which you vibrate. If you’re giving off helplessness, you’re going to come out on the floor where everything you see reminds you of your helplessness. But if you vibrate hope, you’ll begin to see things that give you hope. Murielle saw this phenomenon in her own life, and hopes listeners will 'tap in' and find the same. 


    Listen in to experience an EFT session with Murielle, hear her talk about her struggles as a single mother, and how opening up to new solutions from the universe changed her and her kids’ lives. 


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    Speak Loud Podcast on the web
    Get in touch with Murielle on her website 


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    • 44 min
    Speak Up and Speak Loud with Confidence with DANNY GREEVES

    Speak Up and Speak Loud with Confidence with DANNY GREEVES

    In this episode, I’m chatting with Danny Greeves, who’s across the pond in Norwich, England. Danny is a physio and hypnotherapist, author, and winner of the Prestige 2021 Life Coach of the Year Award for London. He also has a 12-week program called “Speak Up and Stand Out” where he helps people realize their value and express it to the world. 


    With bright orange hair, Danny didn’t always get much of a choice in being seen as a child. He found it hard to express himself and be emotionally vulnerable. This struggle followed him into adulthood, as he floundered in relationships. 


    Once he made the decision to seek help, Danny became fascinated with how the mind works. The more he learned, the more confident he became. This snowballed into a desire to work professionally, and a love for helping others have more self-confidence. Within ten days after deciding to get help, Danny met the woman who would later become his wife. 


    After thorough research, Danny “cracked a code” and devised his 12-week program that consistently helps clients learn who they are and how to share with the world. The program is grounded in examining your own unique history and translating this to your current self. As Danny puts it, “the past is full of breadcrumbs of how we got here today.” The program has several practical strategies for self-confidence that become a habit by the end of the 12 weeks. 


    Danny emphasizes that communication is universal. His program can be for anyone, both in professional and everyday life. He’s worked with teachers, businessmen, and parents alike in achieving their lifestyle goals. 


    One of Danny’s specialties is hypnotherapy. While most people misconstrue hypnotherapy for what they see on TV, Danny describes hypnotherapy as a deep trance-like state of relaxation, that allows for a lot of change in a short amount of time. This deep state of comfortability allows the mind to make different connections and release emotions from the past without a whole lot of conscious effort. Most people enjoy hypnotherapy once they learn the process.


    Listen in to find out how Danny began his own journey with expressing self-confidence, what voids and values in childhood shaped his life as an adult, and what free resources are available to help you jumpstart your self-confidence journey. 


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    • 41 min
    Remembering Your Worth with CHRISTINE BAIRD

    Remembering Your Worth with CHRISTINE BAIRD

    In this episode, I’m chatting with Christine, a podcast producer who has worked under Louis Hauz and his production company for several years. Christine teaches people how to podcast like a pro. “I train teams to become in-house media producers.”


    Finding a Common Thread Amongst Successful Guests


    Deciding to leave her corporate job, Christine cold-called a podcast producer and convinced him to produce his show. Moving to LA, she learned her new career on the job. During this time in her life, she was exposed to famous, successful people and realized the throughline for the guests. “Everyone had a rock-bottom moment, a reckoning of their worth, and a key decision where they pivoted and followed their calling.” In addition, the guests found their self-worth, which gave them the means to become successful.


    Coming Into the World with Innate Worth
    The idea that we are already full of worth has meaning for Christine; she calls it "worthful" - the concept being that we are always full of worth. Exploring the concept on her podcast eventually evolved into a blog and her own podcast. "When we know our worth, we show up and contribute our best to the world because we know that we have it in us and we want to evolve along the way."


    Christine is passionate about sharing what she's learned and hopes her listeners know that no matter what you've been through, your worth is intact. It isn't determined--or shaken--by your job, circumstances, or society. Instead, worth is within you, ready for you once you're ready for it.


    Listen in to find out how Christine invested in her own worth, what tools she recommends for beginning your own worthful-ness journey, and her advice for getting through the uncertain times we face now.


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    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

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65 Ratings

Mxsandy12 ,

Wonderful and important pod

Love this show!

Denise Bossarte, author ,

Wonder Guest Experience

I had the opportunity to be a guest on Speak Loud with Tiffany. She made the whole experience terrific, creating a safe space for me to share my story and asking engaging questions. I highly recommend Speak Loud!

Lisa Tahir ,

Passionate Interviewer

Tiffany asks the harder to ask questions because she wants to get to truth. Listen if you want to know about how to cope with life no matter what is happening!

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