One thing I know for sure is that we all have the strength to survive more than we ever think we can. In this podcast, I’ll be having heartfelt, courageous, and inspiring conversations, sharing stories about surviving those everyday things – the roadblocks that can trip us up and hold us back to from creating a life that we truly love. Sometimes an episode will be just me talking about what I’m learning, maybe what I’m listening to, watching, or reading - though mostly I’ll be chatting to others, having raw and honest dialogue with real and authentic people.
Sarah Booth-Henry Reflects on 2020
In this look back at 2020 – a crazy, heartbreaking, joyous, frustrating, monumental roller coaster of a year – Sarah shares the things that she’s appreciated the most, and invites you to pause and think about your achievements, all the while being kind to yourself and taking the pressure off.
What details will you focus on when you come to write your story of 2020?
Jennifer Raper-Willis on Being Perfect
In this final episode of season one, Jennifer and I chat about her work with international students, the personal challenges in her own life journey and her decision to train as a psychotherapist.
We unpack being self-aware and our learnt need to be 'perfect.'
Julie Harris & Linda Vanoff on 50 Going On 30
In this week’s episode, I’m joined by Julie Harris & Linda Vanoff, who together started the YouTube channel, 50 Going On 30. They believe that age is “a mindset, not a number” and they are passionate about helping women achieve a sense of youth no matter their age.
Ingrid Fear on Fear & Resilience
Ingrid Fear – a behavioural change coach, leadership & resilience facilitator – believes that fear is one of our biggest "showstoppers" in helping us to move forward, and learning how to overcome fear is not only powerful, it’s an enabler for continued progress and growth. In this episode we talk about how to manage fear and be resilient during these current times, why fear is our friend and how she uses elephants as an example in her leadership program.
Brett R. Henry on Reinvention & Living Authentically
In this episode Brett and I chatted about the time he almost entered the Catholic priesthood, his love of television, and how after occasions of reinvention, he’s been able to retain his authenticity.
Tina Walsh on Law, Compliance and Why Success Leaves Clues
In July 1995, Tina was forced to retire from the police service following an injury sustained in the line of duty. In this week’s episode we chat about her passion for law and compliance, how she became an Amazon #1 best selling author, and why overnight success takes years.