About The Podcast
Adriana Lee is all about self discovery and empowerment through yoga. She teaches her students how to breathe, how to feel, and how to get reacquainted with their bodies. She found yoga at a young age, but it didn't make an imprint until later when she utilized it to navigate a challenging relationship followed by a challenging divorce. In this episode we discuss: The value of movement in processing our emotions and feeling more deeply into our bodies Why spiritual bypassing and toxic positivity are so last year The importance of feeling your way through your triggers and why we must listen to our bodies.
Mory Fontanez forecasts a new era of business that will emphasis the importance of emotional intelligence and create seismic shifts in the behaviors leaders will have to embody in order to be successful. Mory is a Purpose Coach and the Founder and CEO of 822 Group. After a successful career in corporate America, a critical truth became clear to Mory – many companies operate without a true sense of purpose because their leaders do not understand their own higher purpose. Many hardened business executives still operate from a place of scarcity and fear rather than alignment with their higher calling. They have lost their connection with their own GPS. This non-alignment shows up in many ways in the day-to-day operations of companies and, they need a new system.
Kimberly Trueba was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada (GSSNV) in April 2018 after a nationwide executive search. An experienced executive with twenty-five years of design and business strategy, organizational development, and operations expertise, Trueba oversees a robust Girl Scouts council of girls and volunteers in six counties. Prior to joining GSSNV, Trueba served in an executive leadership role with Forté Specialty Contractors, a construction firm specializing in building experiential environments in the hospitality, restaurant, and entertainment industries. A second-generation design professional, Trueba began her career as a Design and Development Manager with Walt Disney Imagineering for projects such as World of Disney, Disney’s Old Key West Resort, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, among many others. Trueba directed many of the nation’s premier design firms on highly notable hospitality and entertainment projects. A service-oriented leader, Trueba has collaborated with clients around the world including Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Auberge Resorts, Mandarin Oriental, Walt Disney Company, and Wynn Resorts.
Rocky Garza knows first hand how difficult it can be to identify what makes us unique having moved 10 times during childhood. Caught in insecurities and fears, looking outward he was never able to see his real value or worth. That is until he took a step back and had a long hard look at WHO he was, not just WHAT he did. Over the past 15 years, Rocky has walked alongside thousands of individuals at Sky Ranch Summer Camp as Director and counseled and supported hundreds while on the pastoral staff at Chase Oaks Church. Now, as a top keynote speaker and culture consultant, he has taken thousands through the Identity Mapping™ process. As a result, they have all been led to understand the most vivid picture of who they are and how they operate best as individuals.
Dr Sarah McKay believes it’s important for therapists and coaches to know how to use neuroscience wisely in their practice, based on up-to-date, contemporary ideas, allowing for us all to move forward by releasing old-fashioned and outdated ways that aren’t helping people to thrive. Sarah is a neuroscientist and science communicator who specializes in translating brain science research into simple, actionable strategies for peak performance, creativity, health and wellbeing. In this episode, we discuss: The importance of taking a step back, and become the observer when it comes to our emotions The Reptilian Brain- Fact or Fiction? What Fight or Flight really means Behaving & Doing v Thinking & Feeling And how we can use the right tools and strategies to bring a pragmatic approach to the world of mindfulness.
Donna Carlson breaks the rules... intentionally. She believes in having a strategy for life and business, but allowing your vision and rhythm for creation to take the wheel. Donna is the founder of 360 Life Strategies, a business and life strategy coaching company, focused on helping individuals create an inside out strategy.
Brandon G. Alexander is on a mission to create better men and boys. He believes this happens through education, vulnerability, communication and effective modeling by men. Brandon is an LA based Actor and the founder of the platform New Age Gents. In this episode, we discuss: What it means to be a modern day gentleman American culture’s version of Male Rights of Passage The need for men to be “seen” in today’s society The societal and cultural expectations that have been put on boys, men, and relationships over the years. And the importance of taking radical responsibility for your own growth.
Vipul Bhesania, also known as V, has spent the last year in deep reflection, with a desire to find out what is truly important. Delving deeper into the realm of consciousness, his focus has been on strengthening his awareness of self by questioning what is no longer serving him on his journey, and releasing all that was not in alignment with where he is going. Vipul regularly speaks on the topic of Consciousness and Universal Laws to teach others how to become a magnetic force that attracts abundance into their lives. In this episode, we discuss: Collective Consciousness, and how it is shifting during a pandemic. Mindless consumption, and the power digital media holds in our everyday lives. Tools to assist you in raising your vibration, and that of the planet. Being v Doing, and the importance of surrendering to the flow of life. And why we need to learn to enjoy our own company, and discover what it is we actually want.
Kiné Corder believes that no matter what, all trauma can be healed. In her practice, she knows that while we all want healing, she only accepts clients that are ready to move forward from the need to rehash the past. Kiné is a National Certified Counselor and the world’s #1 Clinical Hypnotherapist specializing in financial therapy and stress management. In this episode, we discuss: How the label of a diagnosis can limit our capacity to heal, ultimately holding us back from achieving more in life. Decisions we make from our subconscious v conscious mind How the power of visualization can be used to help us heal past trauma. Why anger isn’t bad and why we should see it as a secondary emotion offering us an opportunity to explore... And how hypnotherapy opens the door for us to see other options available when our brain is keeping us stuck in our old stories.
Kim Virtuoso believes that in order to embody brave leadership, we must first focus on our whole person, being mindful, and self-aware. Through this foundation we can truly show up, listen, and seek to understand those around us. Kim is the Founder and CEO of All In Leadership, and a recognized practitioner in the fields of leadership coaching and HR consulting, with considerable experience and a proven track record for motivating, influencing and guiding leaders to unlock potential within themselves and their teams.