Wise Women Speak to Maria Iliffe-Wood, executive leadership coach, author, and speaker about how powerful the ordinary-ness of wisdom is as the source of all our answers. “Trust what’s happening and follow your instincts. No doubts, no thinking, just do it!” You have a powerful invisible coach within that when listened to reveals all manner of fresh new ideas and directions to pursue.
Episode 36: Communication and Change in the Era of Social Media
Wise Women Speak with Luann Edwards, social media marketing expert, travel adventurer and life long learner about the importance of being authentic in a very busy social media universe. Luann shares with us her path to entrepreneurship and how social media can change the way you communicate with the larger world.
Episode 35: When Wisdom Speaks, Listen!
In this encore episode Christine Higgins, a certified IHEART facilitator, teacher, and consultant helping people realize the power and intelligent design of the mind, shares with us how innate wisdom speaks to you at any age and the difference listening to it can make.
Episode 34: The AHA! Moment. Open Your Aperture and A New World Floods In.
In this short episode Linda shares her AHA! moment in her post “Discovering Salvador Dali.” When you open your aperture to let in more light it’s possible to see something completely new, as Linda did, and have an entirely different experience of something you were certain you didn’t like.
It’s in the AHA! moment that you can see that things are not always what you thought them to be. And what’s the value of that? Fresh insight and new possibilities are always on offer whatever the circumstances. It’s a whole new experience of your life. And that’s refreshing, hopeful and freeing!
Episode 33: Coping with worry? Struggling with your child? Leave distress behind.
Coping with worry? Struggling with your child? Leave distress behind. If you’ve ever struggled with your kids you’ll want to listen to this conversation with Ann Flagg about how we can change the child parent dynamic and leave the distress behind. A great listen whether you have children or not!
Episode 32: From Striving To Thriving, Saying Yes To Yourself.
In this episode Katie McDonald, self care strategist, CEO and founder of bnourished, shares with us why self care as selfishness is a myth! After years of striving for perfection she became depleted and sick from “not-enoughness.” She had to learn the the hard way that making self care a priority is actually a priceless return on investment in leading the life you were meant to lead.
She transformed her own life from one of striving into thriving using her knowledge of self-care, alternative health and nutrition. Today she shares that knowledge with individual clients, corporations and groups through her speaking engagements.
When you become an advocate for your own well being and connect with the wisdom within as guide, you are best able to know and care for yourself, be uniquely and unapologetically you, and be better able to serve and give to others.
Episode 31: How to Play the Game of Life!
Win or lose, no matter the outcome success is inevitable when you stay in the game, stay focused, stay playing.
In this short episode Lana shares her post It’s Not Over Till It’s Over, The Power of Focus, and she and Linda explore where outcomes are really created, in the present moment and without all the struggle if you just “do your job” as you were designed to!
EPISODE 30: Finding Your True Voice. Conversation with Author Marjan Kamali
In this rich encore conversation with Marjan Kamali, author of Together Tea, she speaks with us about how she found and used her voice and a deep love of language to write the stories that have created a profound sense of home for her.
Episode 29: Thrive to Ninety-five!
Elizabeth Phinney, Certified Personal Trainer and founder of Fitness After Forty Five speaks with us. Her mission is to inspire people to take control of their own aging through diet and exercise so that they can “thrive to ninety five,” experiencing quality of life well into their 80’s and 90’s.
Elizabeth speaks very directly about her own inspiration to be fit and thrive after experiencing the loss of her son. That loss was a turning point and catalyst that lead her on a journey to explore the mind body connection more deeply and empowered her to help others lead full and rewarding lives. She is a firm believer that when you give to your body, your body gives to you. She created BodSpir® a meditative strength training technique, speaks regularly at events on the topics of healthy aging, and is currently at work on a book due out in 2019.
Episode 28: Giving Voice to Grief: The Transformative Process of Grieving
In this fascinating, insightful and timely conversation, we speak with Sairey Luterman, Certified Thanotologist and Grief Counselor about the transformative process of grief. Sairey sits in the mystery of uncertainty with her clients and helps them navigate their way through the “not knowing” to answer the questions they need answers to.