017: Money, Owning Your Worth, When to Walk Away & Building a Generous Business with financial therapist BARI TESSLER

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Welcome to episode 17 featuring my conversation with Bari Tessler!

Bari is a Financial Therapist, Mentor Coach and Mama-preneur. Bari’s gentle, body-centered approach weaves together personal, couple, and creative entrepreneurial money teachings into one complete tapestry. She is an author of the book The Art of Money and the founder of a global, year-long money school by the same name. Both the book and her program integrates Money Healing, Money Practices and Money Maps.

Her work has...

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016: Selfies, Self-Image, and Finding Belonging with visual artist BETHANY WRAY

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Bethany Wray joins us today all the way from a magical place which is also how I came to know her. Bethany currently resides at the Grunewald Guild in Leavenworth, WA. You'll hear some more about the Grunewald Guild and what it does for artists like Bethany and myself.

 

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Since Bethany is a super-gifted visual artist, she and I talk about the visual side of finding your sense of self. We talk about the...

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015: Miracle Mornings, Bootstrap Confessions, & Other Ways to Slice Through Resistance with Filmmaker NICK CONEDERA

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Nick Conedera is a film-maker and fellow brave artist. You're going to love some of the stuff we cover in today's episode. He is the guy behind the movie SHARP, which is available on iTunes and Amazon right now. (Go and watch it later, you will love it.)
 
He's also doing this fascinating project right now working with Hal Elrod who wrote the best-selling book titled "Miracle Morning." If you've been in the self-help scene in the last several years, then you know who Hal Elrod is. Now,...

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014: Foolish Desires, Tall Poppies, & Falling in Love with ADINA COOMBER

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Adina Coomber joins us today from Perth, Australia. Now, she'll do a really great introduction of who and what she is here in a second, but I just have to say that one of my favorite parts of today's conversation about Bravery is just how clearly Adina portrays her experience. The rollercoaster she's been on is thrilling and even that word seems understated. I think she'd agree with me on that fact.

Today you'll hear us talk about redefining what it means to be a hero, especially as it...

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013: Losing Sight, Starting Over, & Building Intuition with MAXMILIANO CAMPOS

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Maximiliano Campos was born in Brazil and moved to US when he was 12. That alone is enough for a whole conversation on being outside of your comfort zone and learning a new way to communicate. But Max moved with his family to the states because they knew of a doctor in Boston who might be able to help his situation. Max has retinitis pigmentosa, or RP for short. This means a few months after he moved to the States he experienced a relatively sudden decline in his vision. 

Without...

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012: Building Creative Bunkers, Ripping Out The Pacifier, and Shaking Snowglobes with Kye Alfred Hillig

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Welcome to Part 2 of our conversation with Kye Alfred Hillig!

Now, if you're just tuning in and haven't listened to part 1 yet, I highly encourage that you press pause on this and go listen to that first. You won't regret it. 

So just as a clarification, I very much spontaneously put Kye on the spot to flip the script and become the interviewer for a bit. He and I know each other pretty well, so I knew he'd have an interesting view-point. 

Again, if you don't consider yourself an...

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011: Truth, Trauma, and Open-Handed Slaps to the Face with KYE ALFRED HILLIG

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Kye Alfred Hillig is today's featured guest on the show. Kye, like me, is a Washington-based singer-songwriter. He's way ahead of me when we're defining the word "Prolific." He has written over 1,400 songs and recorded over 21 albums - all of them genre-hopping and continuously evolving across time. Kye has released 5 solo albums since 2012. He does not believe in the devil. But he does believe in some transcendental light and darkness. 

Kye and I are friends in real life. I know you'll...

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010: Facing Your Abusers, the Dance Floor & End of Life with author WENDY VAN DE POLL

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In today's episode, we talk with international best-selling author, Wendy Van de Poll who is a pioneering leader in the field of pet loss grief support.  She's the founder of the Center for Pet Loss Grief where she bravely provides wisdom, joy, and compassion for grief relief in her practice. Wendy is a licensed massage therapist for humans, horses, and hounds. She's a certified end-of-life and grief coach and a pet funeral celebrant. She's got a master’s of science in wolf...

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009: Delivering Bad News In Good Ways with author ALISON SIGMON

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In today's episode we get to talk with a fellow author friend of mine, Alison Sigmon. She and I have had the chance to work together on a couple fun book-related projects and I am so excited that she's here with us today. I know you'll love her as much as I do.

Alison is no stranger to effort and all that sheer grit required to build a business. She knows what it's like to work with limited financial resources, limited time, and in constantly shifting markets where everyone on the team must...

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008: Practical Ways to Respond with Empathy from author BRITTANY BARBERA

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Brittany Barbera is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter and the #1 best-selling author of the book titled "Let Me Be Weak: What People in Pain Wish They Could Tell You." She loves deep lyrics, power ballads, and weird people.  In 2013, She released her debut album titled, The Sparrow, featuring her songs "When the Well Runs Dry" and "A Love I Can't Define." 

In April 2016, Brittany released her new single, "Let Me Be Weak," a song which eventually became the framework for her book....

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