The Trust Tree Talks hosts, Lisa Schauer and Elizabeth Holmes, are back for Season Two. Our lives have shifted since we started this podcast looking at how to deepen our connections and telling women’s stories. We know your lives have shifted too. We’re spending Season Two exploring how the “new normal” is unfolding and adding more coping tools to our toolbox. This moment in time offers us many opportunities for growth but meaningful growth can be difficult and painful. Looking for a connection that deeper than an exchange of inspirational memes on your socials and want to hear how other women are navigating challenges similar to those you may be facing? Try this podcast.
Jocelyn Fitzgerald, LMFT, ATR-BC
Hosts Lisa Schauer and Elizabeth Holmes are joined for an informative and fun conversation with therapist Jocelyn Fitzgerald exploring self-care, routines and what resilience can look like during these challenging times. From tapping into your ancestral energy for support to how you can incorporate art therapy into your life, we’re finding lots of ways to reframe whatever it is that 2020 has left on our doorstep.
Last 100 Days of 2020
September 22nd marks the date there are 100 days left in 2020. Hosts Lisa Schauer and Elizabeth Holmes are in conversation about what that means to them and how they are approaching the final lap of 2020. From drastically different holiday expectations to how 2020 has changed their lives for the better, our hosts are exploring it all. Tune in and join their 100 Days of Happiness challenge.
Gerry Ebalaroza-Tunnell, Sharing Breath
In this episode, hosts Elizabeth Holmes and Lisa Schauer are delighted to have Gerry Ebalaroza-Tunnell join them in conversation. Gerry is the Principal Consultant and CEO of C3 Consulting and the Director of Equity of the Mukilteo School District. Gerry identifies as a Pacific Indigenous scholar and in this episode we explore how this transformational leader incorporates the Wayfinding tradition into her work. She shares her insight, intelligence, humor and heart with us and we learned so much. Tune in to hear how this self-declared “positive deviant” has found such beautiful ways to share her teachings and gifts with the world.
Looking for Hope
Hosts Elizabeth Holmes and Lisa Schauer are in conversation this episode about where they find themselves at Day 148 of the Washington Governor’s Stay Home, Stay Health order. Elizabeth reports in from the Oregon Coast amid a spontaneous mental health getaway with her daughter and Lisa shares some of the important discussions and decisions taking place in her family during the last five months. From the realization that we need to refine our understanding of the word “inclusive” to the redefinition of what happiness looks like, the ladies hold nothing back in this episode about looking for hope in this singular time.
Amy & Nancy Harrington, the Passionistas Project
Our guests for this episode are Amy & Nancy Harrington, co-founders of the Passionistas Project and so much more. Sisters and business partners, we spend our time talking about their paths from Braintree, MA to Hollywood and how they’ve leveraged their life experiences to create careers that feed their souls as they empower women through their Passionistas Project Podcast, Passionistas Project Pack and Pop Culture Passionistas offerings. We touch on meeting Oprah (OMG!), finding the courage to make big life changes and how the upcoming Women’s Equality Summit came into existence. As hosts, we had a great time talking with these brilliant, insightful women, and even got to pop in a Keanu reference. Tune in to learn more about this dynamic duo.
Pamela Skjolsvik & the 2020 Quarantine Book Club
Pamela Skjolsvik was looking for a way to support fellow writers, in particular authors publishing debut works during the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown when book launch events started to get canceled. Her idea? The 2020 Quarantine Book Club – her successful effort to bring together readers and writers who love books and want to connect and support each other. Listen in and hear Pamela’s story – how she faced her fear of death to write her first book, Death Becomes Us, who has been a key person in her writing trust tree and where she thinks this crazy ride is headed for author events and the publishing industry. Funny, insightful and an inspiring story about diving in and figuring it out – tune in for this special episode.
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I just spent the day cleaning and cooking while catching up on all the episodes. I’ve been meaning to tune in and today was the day! Listening to Lisa and Elizabeth was a breath of fresh air, especially during this Covid pandemic. Hearing the stories, thoughts, and ideas helped to bring a sense of sisterhood and inner enlightenment that I deeply craved. This podcast is like therapy... seriously! Thank you ladies for bringing such amazing content to your audience, I think I speak on behalf of everyone out there when I say that you guys make a dynamic team and the vision you both have will definitely be spread through your examples and your light :)
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