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107. Recapping Season 4 with Bryan Falchuk

By on June 24, 2020

I recap the great guests and discussions that came in Season 4 of Do a Day as I pause for a couple of weeks between seasons. There’s some great stuff coming in Season 5, so be sure to subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast platform so you don’t miss the start of the…

106. Dissolving Inner Conflict for Self-Acceptance with Lakshmi Dev Bowen

By on June 16, 2020

Lakshmi Dev Bowen is a soul fulfillment mentor for the Everything to Everyone Woman who seeks acceptance outside of herself, leaving her feeling disconnected and deeply desiring inner peace. She has been studying and practicing yoga and spiritual healing for over twenty years and is dedicated to uplifting the planet by positively impacting others through…

105. Stop Trying to Outrun Your Secrets with Andrew Hood

By on June 9, 2020

Around 15 years ago, Andrew Hood was transferred to another city for work. It coincided with having financial problems due to a bad real estate investment that he had made at the time. He was isolated from family and friends with a failing single income, a bad investment and a two year old son. He…

104. Exploring What Is Open To You with Paul Stretton-Stephens

By on June 2, 2020

Paul is a Future Mindset Coach, Teacher, Futurist, Author, and Speaker who brings perspective, wisdom, foresight, and insight to the difference-makers in the world. His express wish in serving others is that the more people experience joy, fulfilment, and peace of mind in their lives by living their dreams, the better they will impact their…

096. Learning to Grow & Be Capable with Emi Kirschner

By on April 7, 2020

Investor, serial entrepreneur, coach and international speaker, Emi Kirschner, masterfully combines her intuitive abilities with her analytical sense to help driven entrepreneurs become the Visionary CEO of their business resulting in doubling revenue. Emi is an expert in: Implementing strategic, long term plans Increasing productivity and performance while reducing stress Increasing sales by maximizing process…

092. Connect To & Feel Your Body’s Power with Carol Hanson

By on March 10, 2020

As an Image Consultant, Carol has helped hundreds of female entrepreneurs feel and look fabulous every time they get dressed. She empowers women to feel confident about their bodies. Helping them to acknowledge there is no ‘one size fits all’ or ideal body shape.  Her personal journey of overcoming an eating disorder means she truly…

091. The Healing, Cathartic Act of Sharing with Serena Sabala

By on March 3, 2020

Serena is a Certified Plant Based Nutrition Consultant, Yoga Teacher and Fitness Trainer who has studied the subject of nutrition for over ten years and has a unique, wholistic approach to health and wellness. When she was only 8 years old her father, a very successful and busy entrepreneur, got really sick: unfortunately he didn’t…

090. Shaking Your Belief System to Grow with Susan Clarke

By on February 25, 2020

The quest to find a solution to a terminal cancer diagnosis at the age of 24 is how Susan Clarke’s entrepreneurial path took root to grow.  At the point of no possible positive outcomes, Susan stepped off the beaten path and took on the task of finding health through having difficult conversations, facing buried secrets…

079. Sparking the Inner Fight to Make Change with Marcus Smith

By on December 10, 2019

Entrepreneur, motivational speaker, extreme athlete and coach Marcus Smith is the founder of InnerFight. While building a career in the corporate world, Marcus realized his real passion was “making people better at life” and in 2008, he founded InnerFight to do just that. Today along with running InnerFight and Smith St Paleo, Marcus teaches many…

077. Loving Yourself Enough to Come Back After a Fall with CrisMarie Campbell

By on November 26, 2019

CrisMarie Campbell was an Olympic rower, a Boeing Flight Test Engineer and a Manager at Arthur Andersen. Her rowing career was thriving as she made her way from the college level, national level, international level and finally heading to the Olympics until a chronic back injury cut everything off. It also helped her realize, while…