Stephanie Weeks is a best-selling author, entrepreneur, top 1% loan officer in the nation, wife, mother, and now a podcast host! She launched The Dharma Project to inspire YOU to live your BEST life!
Each week as she interviews guests who live their Dharma, their Truth, and have REAL conversations about topics such as:
*Investing in yourself
*Trusting your gut
*The power of positivity
*And SO MUCH more!
New episodes every Friday!
Connect with Stephanie:
Simple Does Not Mean Shallow with John David Mann
This week on the Dharma Project Stephanie is talking with Best Selling Author and Entrepreneur John David Mann.
John’s books have sold more than 3 million copies worldwide, including the bestselling classic “The Go-Giver” with Bob Burg. He is scheduled to release his first novel in August 2021.
In this episode Stephanie and John discuss learning from mistakes, why working with a team is important to success, how being open to critique doesn’t mean it’s easy to hear, the importance of being open to receiving as well as giving, how he has been able to write over thirty books in ten years, and so much more!
You can learn more about John and see a list of all his books at his website www.johndavidmann.com. You can also connect with John on Facebook or Twitter.
Turning tragedy into action with Michelle Hope
This week Stephanie is speaking with guest Michelle Hope founder of Social Butterflies and Flames of Hope non-profit.
In this episode Michelle shares the story of her house getting hit by lightning and catching fire one Saturday night nearly 3 years ago and how this has led her to start a non-profit, Flames of Hope, to help others who have been affected by fire.
Listen as Stephanie and Michelle discuss ways you can be prepared in case your home catches fire, how you can easily document all your belongings twice a year (and why you should!), ways the community helped in the aftermath of tragedy, and so much more!
You can learn more about Flames of Hope at their Facebook Page and you can learn more about Michelle’s event planning businesses at her website www.socialbutterfliesevents.com and contact her through social media on Facebook or Instagram.
Ascension and Spiritual Awakening with Steve Nobel
This week on the Dharma Project Stephanie is speaking with Steve Nobel. Steve is an author, spiritual coach, and entrepreneur. Spiritual Coach, Author, Entrepreneur
Tune in as Steve relates his story of transition from working as an unfulfilled corporate banker to spiritual coach and entrepreneur, including how the death of his father sparked change and led him to pursue the interests and passion in life that he had set aside as a teenager.
Listen as Stephanie and Steve discuss leading a non-profit spiritual organization, discovering synchronicity, how martial arts introduced him to meditation, what starseeds are, the ability to reach an immense audience with his YouTube channel and podcast, and so much more!
You can learn more about Steve’s spiritual coaching, events, and books at his website www.thesoulmatrix.com. You can find his meditations and transmissions for ascension and spiritual awakening at his YouTube channel.
Survivor Story: I Gave my Breast Cancer Purpose with Paula Heard
This week is the final of our special episodes for breast cancer awareness month, and Stephanie is speaking with Integrated Wellness Coach and third generation breast cancer survivor, Paula Heard.
From never getting to meet her grandmother to growing up with a mother who lived in fear of it, Paula shares how this disease touched her life and led her to pursue a career around wellness and functional medicine. She also shares the story of her own fight against breast cancer nearly twenty years ago.
Listen as Paula and Stephanie discuss making the decision to not live in fear, the advancements in functional medicine, the gifts and life-long friends that have come from this journey, and the advice she would give to someone who was recently diagnosed.
Paula’s coaching practice is Thriving Transitions. You can learn more at their Facebook page @thrivingtransitions or by phone at 512-791-0644 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helping Women Feel Whole with Susan McMahon
Today Stephanie is speaking with Certified Mastectomy Fitter, Susan McMahon for the third of our special October episodes highlighting stories around breast cancer.
Susan is the owner of Donna Bella Lingerie and shares how she found herself as a Certified Mastectomy Fitter, helping to fit with women with post-surgical bras, breast prosthesis, and other needed garments along their breast cancer journey.
Listen to hear Stephanie and Susan’s conversation about the benefits of going to a certified facility and certified fitter, how she helps patients understand and maximize their insurance benefits, why it’s important to talk about non-surgical options, the rewarding side of helping women feel whole again, and so much more!
You can learn more about Susan and Donna Bella Lingerie at their website www.donnabellalingerie.com or follow them on Facebook and Instagram.
Survivor Story: Find the Bright Side and Stay Away From Sugar! with Debra Turlich
Throughout October Stephanie is bringing you episodes of The Dharma Project with guests sharing their stories of how breast cancer has touched their lives, and this week is an extra special episode where she is talking with her mom, Debra Turlich.
Debra shares the story of how she was diagnosed with breast cancer nearly ten years ago as a busy teacher raising her handicapped daughter and three grandchildren.
Listen as she and Stephanie discuss how family helped her through the busy time undergoing treatment, why it’s critical to maintain a positive attitude, altering your diet and lifestyle to make sure you’re not feeding the cancer, and why you should probably be taking vitamin C!