September 22, 2020
Tommy Maloney, cofounder of Blending The Family, shares that the best way to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience is to let others know that you are hurting and need help. He learned this lesson while witnessing his parents' divorce, enduring his own, and being a single dad.
Find Tommy at blendingthefamily.com, as well as on LinkedIn as The Tommy Maloney, Twitter and Instagram: @blendingfamily. Tune in to his podcast Blending the Family on Apple Podcast and Stitcher.
September 17, 2020
Mindset coach Paul Forchione shares that the best ways to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience are to practice gratitude, to focus on what you can do instead of what you can’t, and to do what you're passionate about. He learned these lessons after being diagnosed with cerebral palsy and experiencing teasing, bullying, and shame on a daily basis during his younger years.
Find Paul at acalltoaction.coach, as well as on Facebook: A Call To Action and as Paul Forchione on LinkedIn. Catch his podcast Actions and Limits on Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube.
September 15, 2020
Michael Daniels, founder & CEO of the coparenting communication app Fayr (Family Advocacy is Your Responsibility), shares that the best ways to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience are to stay child-focused and to realize that whatever you are going through shall pass. He learned these lessons while enduring the stressful process of divorce and the challenges of coparenting.
Find Michael, his app, and his community at www.fayr.com, as well as across social media: @befayr.
September 10, 2020
What role do style, wardrobe, and photography play in staging an Epic Comeback? Our guests on this special edition of The Epic Comeback™ Podcast are portrait photographer Andrea Domjan and fashion stylist/closet organizer Caitlin Jaymes. Both of these incredible professionals work with individuals who seek to transform, from the outside in AND from the inside out. Andrea and Caitlin share that the best ways to transform are to believe that you are enough, to be happy with who you are, to invest in yourself, and to be open to help, guidance, and feedback.
Find Andrea at andreadomjanphotography.com, as well as on Instagram: @andrea_domjan_photography. Find Caitlin at caitlinjaymes.com, and on Instagram: @caitlin_jaymes.
September 8, 2020
In celebration of Self-Care Month, September, mindfulness-based marriage and family therapist Joree Rose shares that the best ways to fuel yourself as a parent in this time of pandemic are to slow down, to practice mindfulness and self-compassion, and to allow yourself to be vulnerable.
Find Joree at joreerose.com, as well as on Facebook and Instagram: @joreerose. Get access to helpful tools and trainings in all aspects of mindfulness and parenting through her monthly parenting membership program closing this September 15, 2020, through her website.
September 3, 2020
Truth seeker and global manifestation coach Cari Rosno shares that the best ways to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience are to honor yourself in the moment, to honor your past without shame or judgment, to allow yourself space, and to shift your perspective. She learned these lessons after surviving the terrorist attack bombing at the 2013 Boston Marathon and enduring PTSD.
Find Cari at carirosno.com, as well as on Facebook and Instagram: @carirosno.
September 1, 2020
Work-from-home and homeschooling mom Aimee Manzoni-D'Arpino shares that the best way to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience is to talk about it with people who will understand and listen. She learned this lesson while enduring the loss of her son to a heroin overdose.
August 27, 2020
Functional medicine certified health coach Jane Hogan shares that the best ways to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience are to be kind to yourself and to celebrate the tiny wins of life. She learned these lessons while enduring rheumatoid arthritis and the death of her mother.
Find Jane at janehoganhealth.com, as well as across all social media.
August 25, 2020
Author and visionary accountant Tatiana Tsoir shares that the best way to get rid of the "cringe factor" of finance and taxes is to face it and deal with it. She also highly recommends establishing a relationship with a new accountant who aligns with your values and helps you reach your goals, especially before or during a high-conflict divorce.
Find Tatiana at talktotatiana.com, and on YouTube as Tatiana Tsoir. Be the first to know more about her book Dream Bold, Start Smart, coming in March 2021!
August 20, 2020
Cassandra Shuck is an entrepreneurial guide for women in business. She is also the owner of two businesses: Tola Marketing + Creative and Milkin’ Cookie. In this episode, Cassandra shares that the best way to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience is to slow down and breathe. She learned this lesson while growing up in a household that was physically, mentally, and sexually abusive; enduring an abusive marriage; being homeless; and losing her child.
Find Cassandra at cassandrashuck.com, and check out her podcast, Stacked Against.