033: Having Fun With Taboo Talk: The Death Deck Jul 12, 2021

After her husband was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, went through treatment, and eventually lost him, Lori LoCicero found support in Lisa Pahl, a hospice social worker who helped her navigate through grief, acceptance, and the hard questions about death. 

Their conversations about dying...

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032: My 44th Year: Reflections On Worthiness with Kristen Elliott Jul 09, 2021

At this point in my life, where I notice every single year that's passing by, it's not about accomplishments and achievements but gaining experience in every way as much as possible. Do not get me wrong, striving, achieving, or hustling is not a bad thing if it's working towards something that...

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031: Listen To The Hum Of Your Soul with Amy Marquis Jul 04, 2021

Amy Marquis was born in Indonesia but was naturalized in the United States through a selfless act her birth mother did when she was an infant. Growing up in a racially mixed environment and having the privilege to travel different countries during most Summers of her childhood, Amy got...

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030: Quantum Healing with Josh Bloom Jun 21, 2021

 

Joshua Bloom had very interesting childhood experiences that signaled he is an empath. After frustrations of sensing what only a few can, Joshua completely shut it off, ultimately realizing that he has the power to control energies. Seeing the benefits of having empathic abilities and...

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029: Dead Funny, Dead Serious with Mitzi Weiland Jun 07, 2021

 

"I wanted to be a comedian & a grief therapist. I did one of those things- and added LMFT after my name. Not funny, but useful and so full of purpose. I love my job.

But I wanted to add useful content to the public domain. The things I learned in graduate school- that made me aware of...

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028: The View IS Worth The Climb with Arnot Reid May 24, 2021

Arnot Reid has been a working mountain guide since 2004. She is a passionate seeker of shared adventures and perfecting the balance of learning and teaching. As an athlete, Arnot Reid is in competition with only herself, constantly pushing her own limits and trying to be the best mountain...

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027: Creative Mastery with Jamie Wollrab May 10, 2021

Jamie Wollrab is an actor, director, writer, producer, acting + voice coach, and the artistic director of the Triptych Group. In this episode, Kristen talks with Jamie about unearthing things that are uncomfortable, amplifying your voice through listening, improving communication,...

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026: If Anyone Cares, That's Not My Problem: Alopecia, Feminist Philanthropy and Other Evolutions with Kristen Corning Bedford Apr 26, 2021

Kristen Corning Bedford is an author, speaker, and philanthropic strategist who is passionate about working together on things that matter. Through her writing and consulting, she supports individuals, businesses, and foundations in aligning their privilege with their purpose in order to create...

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025: Thank You Fear, I've Got It From Here with Ken Wylie Apr 12, 2021

 

Imagine being buried in an avalanche where for a minute you have no certainty of being alive and it seems only one thing is certain, death. An apprentice at the time, Ken Wiley (IFMGA) was able to survive the tragic accident and it made a surprising discovery about fear of living and...

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024: Suffering is Real and It's Not Your Fault with Becca Piastrelli Mar 30, 2021

Motherhood can be a mixture of suffering and joy and most of the time, our culture does not permit suffering as a norm... Only joy. It is usually and unfortunately shameful for new mothers to experience postpartum that is deeply rooted within our culture. In this episode, Becca Piastrelli talks...
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