Are you longing to express your unique gifts or discover them? Perhaps you have ideas + dreams that are “whispering” in your heart that go unrealized or unanswered? Do you want to design a life that you love? Tune in every Wednesday for interviews with inspiring people who share their unique stories and tips around entrepreneurship, wellness, personal development, mindset, self-love, and more. The show is hosted by Michele Lamoureux, the author of “Design a Life You Love: A Woman’s Guide to Living a Happier and More Fulfilled Life”. Michele goes deep with her guests to extract the most value for your time, but keeps it light-hearted and entertaining. To access the show notes, visit https://thegoodlifecoach.com.
Lisa Genova - How to Live a Life of Meaning
What does it mean to find your purpose? Purpose, meaning, and change are even more a part of our lives now than they were when I first launched The Good Life Coach.
In today’s episode, New York Times bestselling author Lisa Genova joins me for a deep conversation about life, including how she followed her purpose during uncertain times. Lisa was my very first guest, and I’m so excited that she returned for this special second anniversary episode of the show.
Tapping into her background as a neuroscientist, Lisa has written five best-selling fiction books, including “Still Alice” (Julianne Moore won an Oscar in 2015 for her role in the film adaptation). Since we recorded, Lisa revealed that Angelina Jolie and Christoph Waltz are slated to star in the film adaptation of her most recent novel, “Every Note Played.”
Her latest work, and first nonfiction book, “Remember: The Science of Memory and the Art of Forgetting” is now available for pre-order.
From a TED Talk with over five million views to appearances on the Today Show, CNN, and NPR, Lisa’s spirited voice reaches many. All of the show notes can be found at thegoodlifecoach.com/104
George Brescia - How to Style Yourself To Look + Feel Confident
What do your clothes say about you? In today's episode, style expert and author George Brescia shares powerful stories of women who changed their lives by switching up their style. From appearances on NBC's "Today Show" and other media, including doing regular red carpet commentary and fashion reporting for CBS, ABC, NBC, and Fox -- to covering the Tony awards -- George has over 25 years working with top fashion leaders (Ralph Lauren, Donna Karen, Tommy Hilfiger. He styles A-list celebrities to everyday women looking to improve their appearance and gain confidence. George is an expert in helping women look and feel their best and he shares his best tips with us today! All of the show notes can be found at thegoodlifecoach.com/103
Michele Lamoureux - Remember Your Purpose
Do you ever find yourself wanting more from life? Even with full, busy lives, many of us are still seeking more fulfillment and purpose. Especially with everything going on in the world right now, you might be questioning if there’s more that you want to do with your one beautiful life.
In this solo-cast, I walk you through an exercise to help you remember your purpose and to live the life you desire. Plus, I’m sharing a free pdf worksheet below to get you one step closer to living your purpose. I walk you through each question in this 15 minute episode that will get you thinking about the life you came here to live. All of the show notes can be found at thegoodlifecoach.com/102.
Marie Elena Rigo - How to Embrace Possibility
How do we keep evolving even in uncertain times? Joining us is executive coach Marie Elena Rigo who shares insights and exercises to help you ideate, grow, and keep reaching for your dreams. Marie Elena draws on her masters in spiritual psychology and years of experience as president and CEO of MER Leadership Design to bring you easy-to-apply tips for being an active part of your own evolution. All of the show notes can be found at thegoodlifecoach.com/101
Michele Lamoureux: Top 6 Success Tips for Women
I can’t believe we are at episode 100! When I launched this podcast nearly two years ago it was with a desire to share stories of what’s possible in a woman’s life. To invite other women to feel inspired and realize that if something is possible for one person it is possible for you as well. All of the show notes can be found at thegoodlifecoach.com/100.
Melanie Flores- Spreading Love through Entrepreneurship
Have you been searching for a meaningful way to connect with loved ones? For Melanie Flores, co-founder of OctoGifts, spreading love through entrepreneurship is a family affair. As an MIT-educated engineer and former STEM educator, she followed her now 14-year-old son Sebastian’s creative dreams and launched Octo Gifts to sell his one-of-a-kind 3D greeting cards and DIY card kits. She’s here to share her inspiring personal story along with tips on how to foster your child’s entrepreneurial spirit, overcome business challenges, and create the legacy you want. All of the show notes can be found at thegoodlifecoach.com/099
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Michele Lamoureux’s podcast has been exponentially more valuable than I could have anticipated. The podcast is inspirational realistic and viable. I love Michele’s straightforward style, she’s hopeful and encouraging without being preachy or forced. I had planned to make some significant changes in my life prior to finding The Good Life Coach podcast. Thanks to Michele and her enlightened guests I have many more fresh ideas to achieve those goals.
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Michele's intuitive spirit and commitment to offering sound and experienced perspectives from a diverse group of guests makes The Good Life Coach podcast not only educational but uplifting and inspirational. Michele creates a casual and converstational environment with her guests that leads to a heartfelt and practical reveal of doable practices to help you create your version of a good life. I highly recommend making this podcast part of your self-care routine.
A must-listen for women of all ages
The Good Life Coach is one of those special podcasts that keeps you thinking about its content long after you’ve unplugged your headphones. I can truly say that takeaways from the podcast have changed the way I reflect on my my past and informed where I want to go in the future. Michele’s insightful questions and welcoming demeanor anchor the show and ensure that you’ll learn something new from the inspiring guests in each episode. As a college student, her show helps me envision the life I want. I also share a lot of the content with my mom, who finds it equally relatable and uplifting.