About The Podcast
Annie Emprima-Martin believes the way to mastery as an empath is to switch our empathic valve to one of transmission. Annie helps her clients understand the power of the mind by showing them that by using words and thoughts they can manipulate the hormones in their body. Annie is a mom, Army veteran, certified spiritual empowerment coach, and startup investor.
The Love Is Viral Show Bonus Episode 81: Understanding Kid’s Boundaries and Complex Emotions with Olivia
My daughter Olivia, joins me to discuss the confusing landscape of complex emotions, boundaries and confidence. Olivia named LOVE IS VIRAL, would like to be a scientist and child author, recently skipped 3rd grade, and is equal parts logic and soul. This episode was spurred by a deep conversation had about the confusing intersection of happy and sad and her literal question, "Mom, can you explain this new emotion to me?"
Fernanda Lind is an award-winning entrepreneur and the host of the Wired to Win Podcast. She holds two master’s degrees and understands the pressure of working in a high-stakes environment after a career in the financial markets, managing a billion-dollar portfolio, and a decade long background as a professional dancer performing at the highest level. She has spent 10 years researching neuroplasticity and ancient wisdom to develop a revolutionary method for brain rewiring and is now focused on helping ambitious success-driven women from all over the world reach their highest potential and step into more power and confidence in their lives and work.
My daughter Olivia, joins me again to share the effect social media has on empathic children and how we are navigating it together in our home. Olivia named LOVE IS VIRAL, would like to be a scientist and child author, recently skipped 3rd grade, and is equal parts logic and soul. This episode was spurred by her desire to manage her moods when engaging in social media and text messaging with her friends.
Athletes and fighter pilots know something you don't. Our human capacity is profound and intersects at science and mindfulness. Major Justin "HASARD" Lee has 9 years of experience flying both the F-16 and F-35. In 2016, he was selected as the 'Top Instructor Pilot of the Year' for the Air Force's largest F-16 Combat Wing. He's flown 82 combat missions and has 4 Air Medals.
In a rare BTS interview, my daughter Olivia, shares three things all kids need and talks about what it is like to be a kid empath. Olivia named LOVE IS VIRAL, would like to be a scientist and child author, recently skipped 3rd grade, and is equal parts logic and soul. This episode was spurred by a deep conversation about feelings and her desire to get it recorded ASAP. Welcome to my world.
Note to viewers: This episode was recorded prior to the murder of George Floyd. Racism, a heterogenous society and generational change are discussed in the last five minutes. Any references made to the state of the world at the time was referring to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are heartened to see the way the world has come together to create massive change. Host Jeanette Schneider made the comment that she has become aware that the change she wishes to see may not happen in her lifetime. She's eating her words. #blacklivesmatter Samina Hadi-Tabassum is a clinical associate professor at Erikson Institute where she leads the Child Life program and the online Masters in Early Childhood Education program. She teaches graduate courses in cognitive development, language development. Her research and publications focus on race, language and culture. In this episode we discuss human survival, from mirror neurons to epigenetics and all the science in between. We dig into how humans have evolved, why we need empathy more than ever to ensure our survival, and the move to a heterogeneous society.
Molly Woodhull believes wellness should live in the workplace. She combines her passion for wellness with her desire for life long learning to bring a unique wholeness experience to corporations. As a yoga teacher, meditation guide, and wilderness immersion expert, Molly boasts a dynamic understanding of wellness. In this episode, we discuss: The intersection of mindfulness and neurobiology. The value of starting with one breath when meditation seems overwhelming. Why corporations should invest in wellness programs. Why "the grind" isn't all its cracked up to be... As well as the way the world would look if we got a hold of it!
In this rare solo episode, host Jeanette Schneider shares her realization that it was time for Gold to evolve and announces her new focus. She also reminisces on her favorite episodes, the biggest lessons and the moments that left her emotionally drained. She explains how healing the past is necessary, but why we can't live there, and the best conversations she has while driving.
Noelle Cordeaux believes you can hack your brain for positivity and offers us the basic neurobiology that offers a "user's guide" to your brain and biology. She shares the importance of understanding the signals your feelings provide, so that we can then bio-hack our system to move from our limbic brain, back to our logical pre-frontal cortex. Sound complicated? Not if you learn to read your own signals and agree that "it is impossible to make a good decision when you are having big feelings."