In today’s episode, Makhosi Candiss Pitts shares her life-changing experience, from the difficulty of conception to dropping out of medical school to pursue a spiritual journey. She further shares how it helped her become who she is today. She also explains the concept of shamanism and how she was able to help others discover their purpose in life.
In today’s podcast, we’re joined by Fay McLean. Since she was in her early 20s, Fay has founded several successful enterprises before moving to the executive management of a multimillion-dollar business. She is one of 55 entrepreneurial women from all over the world as a contributing author to the “Law of Attraction and Action: Volume 3”, she has also shared the virtual stage with the amazing Bob Proctor. Also, she has qualifications as a master results coach and a certification in neurolinguistic programming and business performance.
This week, we are joined by Erica Ziel. Erica is the founder of Core Athletica and Knocked-Up Fitness. She is also a sought-after expert in fitness-infused Pilates, fascial training, core, and pre/postnatal exercises. Her mission is to help women feel their absolute best throughout every stage of womanhood. Erica has been featured in and has contributed to several publications such as The New York Times, People.com, Pilates Style Magazine, Oxygen Magazine, and Fit Pregnancy, to name a few.
In this episode, Beryl talks about establishing Momtography and her experience with menopausal moms and empty nesters. She will also share different insights on the various techniques in capturing photos, and how photography can also foster connection, creativity, and confidence in mothers. If you are into photography or you want to learn more about it, be sure to tune in!
In this week’s episode, we’re joined by Tina Williams of Simple Optimum Health. Tina is a mom of four daughters, a serial entrepreneur, and a multi-passionate individual whose goal is to help others see and be their best selves. She suffered from four strokes between 2014 and 2015, and because of her health issues, she looked into the hemp industry. Today, Tina is going to talk about the benefits of CBD for our health, and how it can help us during menopause.
Today we're taking a closer look at the Menopause Movement program through the insights of our community members and what they've achieved since joining the program. If you're in a similar situation as they were when they started, are you willing to invest in your future happiness and peace of mind? If you feel desperate but are unsure of what to do, are you ready to take that leap of faith?
In this week’s podcast, we’re joined by Lindsay Durant. Lindsay is an expert in transformational mindset shifts. She is mentored by Bob Proctor, a world-class teacher on human potential. Lindsay helps individuals and companies achieve their goals by assisting them in making quantum leaps in performance. Today, she shares her thoughts on the law of attraction and transformational mindset shifting.
In this week's podcast, we're joined by Laurie Wright. Laurie developed a program called Make The Rest Your Best to help passionless empty nesters create their own unique heart-centred action plans and have them be ready to enter their next life chapter with renewed passion, purpose, and focus.
Abuse can take different forms—it can be mental, emotional, or physical. The heartbreaking part is, most of the time, it comes from the people we love and who are very close to us. Many women are going through or have survived traumas like domestic violence, emotional manipulation, betrayal, and divorce. These traumas take a significant toll on a person's self-esteem and cause a lasting feeling of loneliness and unworthiness. This week, we're joined by Miki Sturges. Miki is a life coach and an expert in the field of resilience and survival from domestic abuse. She established a company called the Rise Up, Women Movement, where she aims to empower, encourage, and inspire women in conquering challenges from abuse. Today, she shares her story and more with us.
The enneagram, unlike other personality systems, is a deep dive into what makes us tick. It can show us forces that can assist us in finding the self-discovery we need to understand our subconscious programming. It will be especially helpful for those of us in our menopause years, because it is such a time of self-discovery for us.To help us understand, our guest for today is Stephanie Davis, an enneagram expert and a trainer educated in business, psychology, and systems theory. She’s been doing this work for about 30 years, working primarily with corporations. Today we’re going to find out more about the enneagram, the nine different types and their general characteristics, and what your type might be.