February 17, 2020
This episode is a MUST-listen. Personal financial counselor Dawn Torres-Gale shares that the best way to deal with a traumatic, life-or-death experience is to know that you have everything you need inside you to move forward. Don't be held prisoner by your fear. Imagine your life on the other side, and then jump—and jump FAR. If you allow yourself to get caught up in the what-ifs, you'll be frozen. Dawn learned this lesson while navigating multiple forms of trauma: being raised by a single parent with mental health issues, entering foster care after her biological mother was diagnosed with cancer, being raped and almost fatally attacked by her husband, and escaping domestic violence.
Find Dawn at ourmoneygoals.net.
February 14, 2020
Intuitive spiritual life coach and yoga teacher Ulrika Sullivan shares that the best way to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience is to access—and follow—your inner voice. Become willing to take a step back, slow down, meditate, and ask your higher self for answers that will help you pivot in ways that serve you best. It is your birthright to dream. Ulrika learned this lesson as a result of losing touch with herself, numbing her feelings, and going into "autopilot" as an outwardly successful pharmaceutical executive who was raising three young girls, working full-time, and studying for an MBA at night.
Find Ulrika at ulrikasullivan.com.
February 13, 2020
Functional fertility dietician Olivia Neely shares that the best way to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience is to understand that it's not selfish to fill your tank in order to give more to those you love—and in order to give more to yourself. Olivia learned this lesson while enduring two failed engagements.
Find Olivia at letsgetrealrd.com, and on Instagram @functionalfertilitydietician.
February 12, 2020
Energy healer Mallory Leone shares that the best way to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience is to practice mindfulness—literally putting one foot in front of the other, going from moment to moment without expecting the process to be linear. When you’re done, you’re dead. Mallory learned this lesson while enduring sexual abuse within her family, as well as divorce.
Find Mallory on Instagram @malloryleone and @manifest_box, and at malloryleone.com.
February 11, 2020
Evolutionary astrologer Aubrey Thorne shares that the best way to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience is to be patient, knowing that change is inevitable. Remember, even warriors have to wait out storms. Aubrey learned this lesson while navigating addiction, depression, and anxiety.
Find Aubrey on Instagram @aubreythorne, on Facebook @aubreythorneastrology, and at aubreythorne.com. Look for her newsletter "The Deep Sky Fishing Weekly," which includes horoscopes.
February 10, 2020
Marlo Anderson—transformation coach, healer, psychic, and bestselling author—shares that the best way to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience is to believe that you're worth the work that it takes to get there, even it if it takes you until 5 minutes before you die. In addition, it's important to allow somebody else to hold your space. You’re never alone, and you’re one with the universe. Marlo learned these lessons while enduring a dark night of the soul, a process she calls dismemberment.
Find Marlo on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/marlo.andersen.
February 7, 2020
Quantum healing practitioner Janet Thurgood shares that the best ways to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience are (1) to find an expert who can provide the tools to help you, and (2) to tap into your inner awesomenesss by asking your higher power, "Please tell me who I am and what I have to give" and writing down the answers down. Janet learned these lessons while enduring 25 years of lyme disease and autoimmune disorders, a toxic relationship, and adrenal failure—alongside running a business and parenting 6 children!
Find Janet at janetthurgood.com, and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/jraethurgood.
February 6, 2020
Fiona Eckersley—confidence coach, author, and divorce recovery expert—shares that the best ways to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience are (1) to acknowledge that you’re going through a rough time; (2) to reach out for help; (3) to think about one thing that you’re grateful for every day; and (4) to practice self-compassion instead of beating yourself up. Fiona learned these lessons while enduring divorce and a loss of identity.
Find Fiona at findfabulouswithfiona.com.
February 5, 2020
Katie Hill, owner of Rebel Wellness, shares that the best way to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience is to learn and believe that everything is impermanent. This is true about the lows as well as the highs. Knowing that, be as present as you can with what you’re experiencing. Katie learned this lesson while enduring debilitating depression, anxiety, eating disorders, addiction, and toxic relationships.
Find Katie at joinrebelwellness.com or katie-hill.com.
February 4, 2020
Keri Bonfili, owner of a boutique PR and strategic communications agency and former news anchor, shares that the best way to get to the other side of a life-shattering experience is to find what brings you joy and GO there. Keri learned this lesson while enduring a divorce and a layoff.
Find Keri at thekbonfili.com, and on Instagram and Facebook at thekbonfili.