resilience

102. The Next Five Minutes Are Yours to be FIERCE with Carolyn Colleen

By on May 19, 2020

Carolyn Colleen is a fierce mother of three children, author, international speaker, entrepreneur, and business strategist focused on helping others achieve their goals. Carolyn is the founder of the FIERCE Academy, an online program that helps women create life strategies that enables them to have the life they dream of—without sacrificing their families, careers, or…

101. The Power of Grit to Be a Survivor with Sunday Burquest

By on May 12, 2020

Sunday is Grit Girl. Sunday Burquest is a wife, mother of four, inspirational speaker, breast cancer survivor and reality tv personality. Diagnosed with breast cancer in April of 2012, she endured multiple surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation, and a bout with depression. A culmination of difficult life circumstances, led Sunday to the realization she was much stronger…

100. Resilience Through Connection with Michael O’Brien & Cornell Thomas

By on May 5, 2020

This is a huge milestone for Do a Day – the 100th episode! Rather than doing a retrospective or solo episode, I wanted to bring in people from past episodes who have continued to be part of my life and continued to have an impact on how I think about things on a daily basis.…

072. Do the Time to Change Lives with Coss Marte

By on October 22, 2019

Coss Marte started selling drugs at age 13 and by 19, he says, he was making $2 million a year. After serving a prison sentence, he founded a “prison style” fitness boot camp called ConBody. Coss, a 3-time felon, grew up in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. He was regularly exposed to drugs, violence and poverty.…

070. Success Comes from Our Spirit with Nichole Sylvester

By on October 15, 2019

Nichole Sylvester is a bestselling author of OH SHIFT: A Journey from Chaos to Consciousness, spiritual teacher, podcaster and creator of The Harmonious Hustle. Her story of radical transformation has inspired her audience to dig deeper and uncover their latent potential. After recovering from addiction and escaping violent abuse, Nichole dramatically turned her life around via…

069. Honor Your Emotions to Choose The Path Forward with Karen Millsap

By on October 8, 2019

Karen Millsap is a Resilience & Mindset Coach who is passionate about teaching individuals the tools + resources to feel better, live better, and achieve their goals with a healthy mindset. She began her career in human resources and talent acquisition where she led countless training, new process, and change initiatives. However, at a young…

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…

043. You Are Your Best Investment with Jenn Swanson

By on February 19, 2019

  Known to be a “pathologically positive” person, Jenn Swanson has been educating, encouraging and empowering others to succeed for more than 25 years. With a background in healthcare and education, a Master’s Degree in Public and Pastoral Leadership, and a passion for wellness in the workplace, Jenn brings energy and enthusiasm to all she…

042. Coming Back from Tragedy As a Victor, Not Victim with Sandra Younger

By on February 12, 2019

Sandra Younger lost her home, 12 neighbors and nearly her own life in a catastrophic California wildfire. Her best-selling book about the disaster, The Fire Outside My Window, is praised by Amazon reviewers and studied by top-level emergency professionals. After the fire, Sandra discovered that personal resilience is both a natural strength and a skill…

041. Going from Why Me to What’s Next with Cornell Thomas

By on February 5, 2019

Who is Cornell Thomas? That’s a question that even he wasn’t quite sure about until 2011. He is a former athlete, a speaker, an author, a thinker, an activist, but more importantly than any of those titles, he is a husband and father. Cornell Thomas is the youngest son of Bobby and Tina Thomas. That sentence…