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120. Embrace Your Vulnerability to Grow with Kate Harvie

By on October 13, 2020

Kate Harvie was born to teach people how to tell their stories. She does this with writing, editing, marketing, brand strategy, and development online and offline. She develops brand narrative and messaging and helps businesses and artists tell their stories on all platforms.Kate stepped into a crosswalk in 2009 to retrieve her windblown hat and…

113. Facing Anger to Move Past Trauma with Amanda Huffman

By on August 18, 2020

Amanda is a military spouse and veteran who served in the Air Force for six years as a Civil Engineer including a deployment to Afghanistan. She traded in her combat boots for a diaper bag to stay home with her two boys and follow her husband’s military career. She is the host and creator of…

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…

086. Moving from a State of Stress to Play Through Creativity with Carlee Myers

By on January 28, 2020

Carlee Myers is an expert at helping professionals who feel overworked, overwhelmed or on the verge of burnout relieve stress so they can find more joy at work, home and beyond. As the founder of The Stress Less Company, Carlee has helped hundreds of professionals across the country take action to reduce stress through coaching.…

085. The Gift of Presence When Free of Shame with Steve Austin

By on January 21, 2020

Steve Austin is a life coach and spiritual companion​ who believes ​everyone’s story matters. He’s passionate about an integrated approach to wholeness, including: mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness. As he says, he thinks anyone who wants a second chance should be met with messy grace. In short, Steve helps overwhelmed people ​find God at the…

081. Smash Your Anxiety by Embracing Change with Jesse Harless

By on December 23, 2019

Jesse Harless, M.A., is a trainer, advocate, author and founder of Entrepreneurs in Recovery®. Jesse is the founder of RecoveryFacilitation.com and Entrepreneurs in Recovery® workshops and training, a platform and training that empowers people in addiction recovery to reach their full potential. He works with individuals, communities, companies, non-profit organizations, addiction treatment centers and programs…

059. Surrendering to the Facts to Realize Opportunity with Madeleine Black

By on July 30, 2019

The sharing of her story of sexual assault publicly On The Forgiveness Project’s website in September 2014, opened many doors for Madeleine in ways she never imagined and the invitations started to pour in. Many women and men got in contact and explained how reading her story gave them strength, hope, and a different perspective…

044. Fighting Diseases of Ignorance with Howard Jacobson

By on February 26, 2019

Howard Jacobson, PhD, is Chief of Behavioral Science (aka Chief Habit Nerd) at WellStart Health. He’s the host of the wildly popular (in his home) Plant Yourself Podcast. Howard is co-author, with Josh LaJaunie, of Sick to Fit, and contributing author to T. Colin Campbell, PhD’s WHOLE: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition, and Garth Davis,…

040. Finding Clarity & Peace in a World of Turmoil with Sandy Vo

By on January 29, 2019

Sandy Vo is a trained meditation teacher, visibility expert and transformational speaker. She has faced major adversities including having depression and learned how to overcome them by practicing ancient holistic modalities. She has experienced what many today can relate to and used these lessons to develop unique approaches to inspire others to lead an impactful…

038. Facing Trauma to Allow for Growth with Mark Crandall

By on January 15, 2019

Mark Crandall’s is a story of uncommon adversity and triumph. At age three, Mark was taken from his biological mother by the Department of Youth and Families and placed in the foster care system. He lacked the tools and supports to manage both his grief and his new reality in society’s margins. From the pieces…