Perry Cohen realized a lifelong dream of combining his love of the outdoors, his commitment to social justice, his own trans & queer identity, and his professional life when, in 2014, he founded The...
For someone who nearly died, getting back on your feet is not like getting out of the hospital bed. Maria Ross reimagined her life in order to evolve from the effects of her brain aneurysm. In her battle, Maria learned the...
Finding herself at a crossroads in her career where she observed that the closer she got to “success” the further she felt from her joy and freedom, Clark Speake eventually sought coaching to help her overcome these...
It all began in 2006 when he packed his camera, headed to the USA, bought an ice cream truck and drove to all fifty states to make a documentary.
This adventure set him on his way to directing films all over the world capturing beautiful stories, making new friends and eating tacos.
But none of this really defines why...
With the world that constantly pressures us to be successful, finding our personal freedom can be all too challenging. Hannah Exner, a self-reported "weird kid," actively collected experiences to help figure out who she was. At one point, she made the life changing decision to...
I'm so excited for you to meet Kimberly FiNix of phoenix-path.com.
This episode covers the messy process of reinventing yourself through the loss of relationship, namely divorce. We get real and raw about what that can look like and each of our divorce experiences. We talk about the alchemical process of self-reinvention and how beautiful it can be to let it all burn in the fires of change. We also talk about Ayahuasca journeys, how to love yourself through all the stages of your life and how hard it can be for family and friends to witness our destruction and rebuilding. We celebrate those who jump eyes-wide-open into the fire.
Meet Emma Payne, from grief.coach. We met here locally in Seattle and on one fateful early summer day, realized we were both destined for the death and grief industry.
If you've ever wanted to trade your soulless corporate gig for meaningful work filled with passion and promise, this episode is for you.
In this episode, I explore how Emma transitioned from a successful career as a 25-year technology executive to a self-employed, inspirational change-agent for Grief and Loss.
Grief Coach combines Emma's passion for mobile technology and engagement, with her deep commitment to giving people the confidence and tools they need to support each other through grief. She knows that, while nothing makes grief go away, supporting someone through loss is powerful and transformative for the supporter, and alters the trajectory for the grieving person too.
Hear how we can shift the conversation around Grief and Loss (in general and right now, during our unique worldwide health crisis) and better support family, friends and loved ones through all the transitions of their life.
You can find Emma at grief.coach, on Instagram @grief.coach and on Facebook @grief.coach.
My first full-length episode gets REAL personal, REAL fast, as I interview my ex-husband, Chris Elliott. 10 years ago, we killed our marriage. We also re-birthed a successful co-parenting relationship and have grown into a really great friendship in the process.
But it wasn't all sunshine and rainbows.
And now 10 years later, we talk about our conscious uncoupling in-depth, pretty much for the first time. We each learn new things about the other. There are tears, there is laughter. We talk about fear, loneliness, dark nights of the soul and how we each navigated these things in the name of personal evolution. It's juicy and entertaining at the same time.
About the Podcast
Welcome to Dying to Live: where — I bring you the stories of how change makers, thought leaders and humans just like you harness their inner courage to kill the things that are standing in their way and rebirth into their most authentic selves.