Last week, I talked about creating and building your story bank.
Today, we’re going to look into story “composting” and yes, this is something akin to what we do when we want to use or recycle organic matter to enrich and improve the soil and make it fertile.
When it comes to stories, composting can also happen, but what exactly does this entail? What do we do in order to let our stories bloom over time?
Join me in today’s episode of The Inside Story Podcast as I share with you:
Storytelling involves trusting the process and knowing that one of these days, you will share your story in a way that comes naturally and with so much depth. And when that...
If you’ve ever wondered how and where content creators get their ideas for what they post on social media, you’re in for a sweet and practical treat!
Today on The Inside Story Podcast, I’m sharing with you how I do it – create story-based content on repeat without ever running out of ideas!
If you implement my simple exercise, you’ll find stories everywhere, even right under your nose!
If you’re ready to listen, grab your headphones and join me as I share:
I often say, story is all around you. Big stories, tiny ones – they’re all...
Today’s episode of The Inside Story Podcast is the fourth in a series I’m doing, with the women authors of Elevate Your Voice, the LIGHTbeamers collaborative book project.
Becky Burroughs is a leadership coach and education junkie whose focus is on faith-based principles. Her goal is to empower women to live their lives and lead with courage, credibility, and confidence, and to help them discover what makes them unique and embrace that quality in them.
Becky is such an inspiration to talk to, so I invite you to listen in as we discuss:
How do you use the pain of your past to unlock the highest and truest potential of your future?
By sharing your story.
George Kalantzis is a Life Coach and author of the Amazon best-seller, Nowhere to Go. In this powerful book about navigating life’s toughest transitions, George helps the reader let go of the past and move into the future with strength, dignity, and optimism. But today on The Inside Story Podcast, he first shares with us how he had to take a deeper look at his own past and accept it, in order to fully live in the present.
Join me and George as we talk about:
If you’re ready to step into your best self and live your best life this 2022, then this episode is for YOU.
Yes, it’s easy to make goals and envision the kind of person we need to become to achieve them. But more often than not, we find ourselves not knowing where to begin, or getting lost along the way, and eventually just giving up on our goals and visions!
Today, I’m here to tell you that there IS a way -- in fact, a process , that will help you get to where you want to be.
Join me today as I share with you:
I'd love for you to give this a try. And I definitely would love to know how this process now changes the way you think, and act.
Share your thoughts with me over at...
I always say: when you share your story, you shine a light.
And that is exactly what our next featured author from the LIGHTbeamers Author Program aims to do.
Julia Barton is a postpartum doula and Reiki master at Olive & Bloom. She’s new to the LIGHTbeamers Community, and came by way of the Author Program where she and I, plus 13 other women, are on a journey to discover our stories and share them with the world. And Julia’s story -- while uniquely her own -- will resonate with other women and I believe, will serve as a guiding light for so many.
Listen in on my conversation with Julia, as she and I talk about:
Kelsey Eigler -- who prefers to be called O’tion -- is the co-founder of The Empowered Healers Academy. It’s their mission to heal the healers, empower the humans, and simplify the journey to happiness.
Showing her community how to break free from societal chains, pressures and limitations is one of her main driving forces, proving first hand that you can bend reality and create the life you WANT - regardless of external noise, personal history or archaic paradigms.
Join me and Kelsey -- or O’tion -- today, as she and I talk about:
Kelsey shows us how important...
Preparations for the upcoming holiday celebrations are in full swing, and it’s too easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of the season. But just before we usher in the New Year, I’m inviting you to join me as I pause and look back at 2021, and look ahead to 2022 with equal amounts of hope and excitement.
The internal exercise I share with you on today’s episode for choosing your word of the year is meant to be an intentional practice. It asks for a deep examination of what happened this past year, and calls for a bold vision of what you want your life to look like in the next 6 to 12 months.
So grab your pen and paper and get ready for meaningful reflections as I share with you:
It’s a big day for me because today, I turn the big FIVE-OH!!
Yes, it’s my 50th birthday and I’m spending part of my day with you because you’ve been a big part of my journey and what I’m grateful for.
And now that it’s here, what does it actually feel like to be 50? How should I approach aging, and handle all the thrills and frills (and body aches and pains!!) that come with it?
Join me today as I share with you:
I’m looking back at the last fifty years with love and gratitude, and I look forward to the next fifty filled with hope that even better days...
Today’s episode is the second in a series of interviews with the women of the LIGHTbeamers Author Program -- a special book project that’s going to shine a light on 15 women and their empowering stories of courage, perseverance, and overcoming adversity.
Sheryl Morley is the founder of the Fine2Fabulous Movement, owner of the Institute of Wholistic Health, and an expert in the areas of happiness and fun! She is also a member of the Network Marketing Million Dollar Hall of Fame, and a top leader for more than 30 years in her industry. Her mission is to be a mentor to other women who want to live their best lives -- physically, spiritually, mentally, and emotionally.
Join me and Sheryl and she shares with us today: