Episode 20 w/ Guest Erin Prewitt

Erin Prewitt was faced with a transition that none of us ever hope to experience. After her husband was killed, Erin’s level of certainty in her life was thrown up in the air. Her story through this process is a must listen; as her resiliency, power to create a new way of living, and her entire outlook on losing her best friend is nothing short of inspiring. This episode is filled with humor, honesty, and empowering words that I believe will encourage you to look at your challenges in a new way.

You can follow Erin on Instagram @therealerinprewitt and on facebook at Erin Prewitt. Check out her services as an intuitive coach, executive coach, and speaker at www.erinprewitt.com

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Episode 19 w/ Guest Janey Brown

Janey Brown is a singer, song writer, and performance coach amongst several other amazing talents who hales from Toronto, Canada! She is the Founder of The Fearce Academy which is an online coaching program for athletes, leaders, and performers to help them overcome fear and anxiety. Janey has done years of her own personal and professional development to address her challenges with anxiety—and it’s because of her awareness and breakthroughs that she is now using her purpose to empower others to acknowledge their fear while using their ability to bravely venture on to meet their goals.

You can follow Janey on Instagram through her personal page @janeybworld and the Fearce Academy @fearceacadmy

Episode 15: The Urgency to Escape Discomfort

On this solo podcast I help you uncover the feelings and expectations that arise from discomfort. I help you connect to those exact emotions in order to understand what is holding you back from doing that thing you really want to. You can’t have growth without some degree of discomfort, so lets create a plan for you to discern different ways to uncover what’s really stopping you; and in doing so keep your momentum moving forward.

Episode 14 w/ Guest Joshua Estrin

What do you get when you cross an actor (slash), author (slash), systemic researcher (slash), Master’s in Psychology AND PhD in Mathematics, show tunes singing #GEEKGUY???? Joshua Estrin. What a brilliant man! Josh and I talk all things relationships; and he provides you with some great insight on how to successfully assess the company you keep.

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Episode 11 w/ Guest Justin Bowers

Episode 11 w/ Guest Justin Bowers

Justin Bowers is one of THE go-to trainers for women competing in pageants. He built his training business from the ground up…literally. Justin lived in his car for 6 months while doing in home training sessions before opening up his own gym, which has been recognized two years in a row as the Best of the Upstate. We talk about topics such as; body image, his mission in training clients, as well as other health/wellness topics, and, how he went from being homeless to owning his business, the importance of building relationships in business, and how social media boosted his business.

You can find Justin on Facebook at Justin Bowers or 4Life Fitness, and on Instagram at @justinbowersofficial

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Episode 6 w/ Guest Kelly Caldwell

Kelly Caldwell, owner of Drift Greenville returns to the show. Check out our first recording if you’re wondering what Drift is, or have never floated before!

In this episode we dive into life lessons, Kelly’s travels, and being flexible with personal growth.

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Episode 3: How Do You Relate To Time?

You have one of two choices:

  1. Own your time

  2. Let it own you

On this episode I provide some insight about how to respond to and relate with time in a different way.

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