This interview will give you information to love who you are with positive self-talk and body image. Stacy Rae is helping women feel good from the inside out as she shares information about how to determine your body type, but more importantly, how to make your body type work for you.
Women tend to be self-critical and often don’t realize how much harm the words, phrases and negative self-talk can do for us. How can we believe a compliment from others when we don’t even know how to compliment ourselves? If you think that putting yourself first is wrong, then you need to listen to hear what Stacy Rae has to say.
It took the loss of his sight for Tanner Gers to see who he truly is. In this motivational interview, Tanner shares his insights about our resistance to greatness, Beep Baseball, making other people’s lives better, why we are distracted from our goals, coming out of the accident that caused his blindness and why he is willing to live with the consequences but not willing to live with the circumstances.
Tanner credits the tough love showed to from his parents for where he is today and why we owe it to ourselves to step into our greatness every single day.
Jodi and John had a vision to connect heart centered entrepreneurs from all over the world and for each of them to share their city and what they love about living where they do. The result was LifeGrid magazine and their subscribers grew to over 625,000 within the first four months of the magazine launch.
Jodi and John are building a fantastic network where heart centered Life Professionals share products and services to each other around the World.
We often hear that we will never be given more than we can handle and we are planted where we are meant to be. Faydra knows that sometimes being planted can feel more like being buried and during those times we can feel like our life is in crisis.
After what felt like a very public shaming that resulted in her husband being sent to prison, losing her job and going through a time of feeling hopeless and helpless, Faydra took that time of crisis and shame and now uses it as a point of reference as The Crisis Coach. Once she got her life on back on track she started paying it forward and teaching others how to overcome the biggest obstacles in their life.
Kim works with women in their 50’s are asking questions and giving themselves permission to say, “It’s MY time to take care of ME!”
In this interview, Kim talks about time and energy management through self-care, how to be self-preserving, why happiness is so much more than a number on the scale and 7 crucial questions every woman in her 50’s must honestly ask herself to live an empowered life!