April, 2019

053. Taking a Brilliant Gamble on Yourself with Blaire Palmer

By on April 30, 2019

First, Blaire went grey, then she took her daughter out of school, sold her house, bought an RV, got passports for the dogs and hit the road. How’s that for a midlife crisis? But Blaire doesn’t call it that. She calls it her Brilliant Gamble. Why is Blaire a great guest for your show? There…

052. Living As You Need to From Your Perspective with Dai Manuel

By on April 23, 2019

Dai Manuel is a super dad, dating his wife and currently doing life with his family around the globe.  He is also an award-winning digital thought leader and author, executive performance coach and certified lifestyle mentor who empowers people to lead a FUN-ctionally fit life through education, encouragement, and community.  Dai models his work based…

051. From Homeless to Helping Through Vulnerability with Jaime Jay

By on April 16, 2019

At the core, Jaime Jay is a connector of personalities and brands. He constantly challenges himself to be a better human being. He is also an amateur hockey player and starter good who truly enjoys helping his clients rediscover themselves, their companies and how to realize their “Why.” He has worked with clients across the…

050. From Addiction to Peak Performance with Nick Elvery

By on April 9, 2019

Nick Elvery is a Peak Performance Coach who helps CEOs maximize their focus, energy and productivity. Nick Elvery has overcome over a decade of hard drug and alcohol addiction.  His experience gave him the insight into just what it takes to create lasting change and build a fulling life that allows for hard work and health.…

049. From Dented to Thriving Through Serving Others with Mary Shores

By on April 2, 2019

20 years ago, Mary Shores started with an idea. Today, she is a successful entrepreneur with a multi-million-dollar, heart-centered business and a best-selling book, Conscious Communications. But she didn’t start that way. Mary hit rock-bottom after enduring the loss of her daughter within the first year of her life, and while Mary was still very…