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24 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
The Future of Remote Podcasting
Just because the barrier of entry to podcasting is low, creating good thought-provoking content is where the pros separate from the amateurs. Also, podcasting the right way for good sound isn’t necessarily quick and easy. One needs to understand the various technologies like a good microphone and an excellent reliable remote recording platform. Our podcast in one year has gone from Skype on a cell phone, to full on remote with Squadcast which is why it was such a thrill to interview Squadcast co-founder Rock Felder. He helps provide the forum for creatives to have engaging conversations and spread their message in a professional way. We cover a lot of ground in this interview from how Squadcast was founded by Rock and high school friends Zack and Vince who were like brothers to him, to the fire one walks through when creating an out of the box original innovation. You need to have growing pains, and come out stronger. Plus he drops some great remote recording tips that are free and intuitive! Drop comments in the chat! Are you still friends with folks from childhood? Did you grow up listening to the radio? What are some of your favorite podcasting stories where your ass was in the fire!
19 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
Leaning on Your Network in Unemployment & Divorce
Susan Paulhus-Roper, a highly successful Senior Regional Director for a major shoe chain, was relocated to the East Coast. Upon arrival, and after buying a million dollar house in Jersey, her husband left and she decided she didn’t gel with the company culture. She found herself needing to downsize, collect unemployment and lean into her local parent community. She networked her butt off, called in strong relationships she had made over the years, printed spreadsheet after spreadsheet and landed as a Regional Manager to 180 Starbucks Licensed Stores. She shares incredible tips about how to look for a new job, and not just any position, but one where you can feel happy. It’s not all about the money, but at the end of the day, who are you helping, where are you growing and who are the people around you. We can take the power back in our lives even when the best laid plans fall apart and Susan does it with humor and a no bull crap approach. How do you stay positive looking for a job? What are some of the tools that you used when you were replaced? Drop your feedback in my social, or comments on the episode. Susan admits it is a really lonely time, so find a few people also looking for jobs to flip jobs to you, and you them! Also to be there for you when you get rejected!
22 minutes | Jun 29, 2021
Writing About Your Life
You can do something as simple as buy a house and write a whole novel around it. We think we need these epic tragedies or great successes to justify writing as our unique selves. Look around! There is material happening everywhere and self-awareness is key to developing a commentary and a narrative about your life. When we tune in creatively, the world is real time offering us endless amounts of material. Let that endless monkey mind work in your favor and get it down in the computer. In today’s episode, host Kim O’Hara shares her creative journey writing about her house buying experience and her first year as a single woman homesteader in Los Angeles. Called a mix between Pema Chodron and Anne Lamott (which makes her blush), Kim shares how she allows life to unfold over the year and makes a point to write about each experience from a gunman on her roof (and the crappy boyfriend who never checks on her), to an evolving and spiritual battle with nine foot palm fronds. She doesn’t miss a bit of detail and peppers in comedy, as well as her continual struggle with faith, fear and loneliness. Don’t wait ten years to start writing about your emotions and observations while they are happening real time, especially if you have taken a leap in your life. For Kim, buying a house was a huge accomplishment, and her trials and tribulations that range from micromanaging growing grass to stray cat management gives courage to others to step up and make a leap as homeowners, or whatever area in their lives that calls for meaning! Go towards what makes you happy when you write, and what thematically fills your writing cup, instructs Kim. Your desire to land your experiences on paper will be infectious and equally connect with your readers. Are you enjoying the podcast? It would be greatly appreciated if you could take 60 seconds (yes only 60 seconds!) to fill out this survey to help this podcast create more content that you want to hear about! http://astoryinside.com/survey
22 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
Finding Intimacy in a Text-Driven Dating World
Start writing about those relationships. If you are like host Kim O’Hara and her guest dating coach Kindra Murphy, you have a lot of material to reap! So stop worrying about whether someone is your person, and get honest about your own patterns and relationship with intimacy. The right special someone will come when your emotional house is in order. We are in a time when the essence of spontaneity in romantic relationships is waning with the Facebook stalking, constant texting and this subterfuge that is actually codependent behavior. Then when you are ghosted after being smitten with the smothering of early attention, you feel all the bad emotions of being dumped… even in a relationship that hasn’t even gotten legs. Relationships could use some time in between the messaging and checking in to build the solo self. In today’s podcast Kindra Murphy, returning for a second time on the show, shares tips on how to prevent false intimacy in relationships new or established. We get really clear on what texting should truly be used for. As a writer, personally, host Kim O’Hara admits she is uncomfortable answering honestly to the "How are you?" text. What are they expecting? A paragraph? She and Kindra agree, if someone really cares about how you are they would be calling on the phone and making plans. The best action when it comes to finding that special someone is to continue to look at ourselves and our behavior in relationships what our actions are that in some way keep us safe. You can watch the video portion of the podcast on You Tube at https://youtu.be/ky4mBzXB7WQ
21 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Home Ownership, Happiness, & Moving Through
Jae Wu helps a lot of women who are the primary breadwinners buy houses, whether they are in a couple, a divorcee, or a single woman. It’s no wonder they are attracted to Jae as a realtor as she is a strong woman who has created a whole life after coming to this country as a Korean immigrant woman who has had to fight through Asian prejudice. Some stories don’t end as happy as hers, but she made a choice to choose positivity over lingering in the past. She came to this country at 7, and her parents worked 24/7 to run convenience stores in Maryland. She was given the responsibility to raise her sisters. She broke away at 18 and came to Los Angeles and never looked back. She has spent the last 26 years helping make people’s dreams come true in real estate. She wrote a book about her journey, including forgiveness and closure with her mother, who was a victim in a miserable life she didn’t choose. In the process, Jae found a life that was a complete opposite of what she grew up with. She chose to be unique and different and crafted the message of Speak Out Loud, and Keep on Moving to have impact for all women in the world who need to believe they can have the fullest best life of their dreams. We battle a lot of head crap that leads to negativity, versus not letting doubt and fear enter into our psyche at all. Stay in the positive view of your life. Don’t forget to check out my class Own Your Authorship where you can step into the power of your story before you even take the plunge to write a book. astoryinside.com/own-your-authorship.
22 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
Emotional Competency Not Required for Risk
Mike Savas has always been on the go. He spent ten years on the road managing tours for mega bands like Bon Jovi, Guns N' Roses, Janet Jackson, Katy Perry and the Rolling Stones to name a few. He had already traveled many countries prior as a university student. Typically as people get older, they think to “settle down.” But Mike is not going in that direction. In fact, right now he is taking on 12 countries in 12 months learning 12 new skills. Because he believes we all have the power to curate our lives by riding the waves of opportunity that come our way… And we are going to explore what he means today on the show. Ask yourself as you listen to our conversation, what is your relationship with risk? How can you have your life be less stagnant? What if we asked you to be just a little bit more curious about your desires. Jumping in a plane and heading to Kenya to be a ranger on the Serengeti seems dramatic, yes, but we all need to take a look at our limitations, and our dreams, and ask… who told us they were impossible or too big? Mike plans to write a book of his experiences, and knows in order to do so, he has to deepen. I have currently instructed him to pour his heart out on audio files to me! Keep your fingers crossed, because with all this travels, he dives into tribes and communities, and then leaves. He is on the rollercoaster of love, and loss, connection and parting. Sounds like the next Eat, Pray, Love to me! You can watch the video portion of the podcast on You Tube at https://youtu.be/AkcC0buEkeA. As always, follow me on IG @astoryinside for updates on my new webinar, From Someday to Author: Three Keys to Unlock Your Dream Book in Under 8 Weeks. You can learn more about Mike’s adventures at savasonthego.com and on Instagram @savasonthego.
20 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
When Your Skin Fails & the Power of EFT
Jude Weber has been through it and back. She’s dealt with childhood trauma and a mysterious illness that had her bedridden and in large amounts of pain for 3 years before getting a diagnosis: her largest organ - her skin - was failing. You could say she made a miraculous recovery, but Jude doesn’t. She attributes her recovery to taking responsibility for her health through tapping from her background as an Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) practitioner. In today’s episode, she discusses how her previous trauma led to her tapping, her previous denial of it, and explains what my own tapping session with her was like. I love my listeners and want to know more about you! Especially if you think you would be a good guest on the show! Drop me a line at email@example.com and tell me your story! We also love surveys. If you could fill out the survey so we know what you love about the show, you will be entered for a free Amazon gift card! astoryinside.com/survey
23 minutes | May 25, 2021
The Bigger Message in the Book Part 2
Show host Kim O’Hara reprises her popular episode The Bigger Message in the Book and this time it is part 2 with more detail on building the foundation of your book and your mindset as an author. Learn how as a first time author you can benefit from forward thinking to create the right mindset to write a successful book. Also hear what happened when she took her own book back from her traditional publisher and stood in the power and purpose of her voice and message! Kim warns about writing books too fast or without a system or process. You can end up with a doorstopper book! She also gives the 3 Keys to Unlock your Dream Book, a sure fire system she sees work over and over with her clients, and her participants in her 8-week cohort Own Your Authorship. If you are interested in joining Kim live every week with 12 other aspiring authors, go to astoryinside.com/own-your-authorship. Or see her free training at astoryinside.com/join-me-as-i-train-live As you can see, Kim doesn’t leave any stone unturned when it comes to making sure you go out of the gate with that book with the strongest footing, to battle away those cunning brain games that keep you from writing. If you subscribe to our podcast, you can be delivered bite-sized interviews with incredible people with a story to tell each week who will inspire and educate you in areas of money, relationships and health. Please also review us and share this podcast, but more importantly check out these recent episodes from amazing guests Aiden Moore talking about finding your soul Carl Jung - style (get your head out of celeb news and find your soul!) and Karuna Rawal, an Emmy winning executive who has mastered the art of balance and motherhood. Thank you for listening!
20 minutes | May 18, 2021
Are We Really Getting Modern About Carl Jung?
So what do you do when you are in a successful career as a professional bassist working with the likes of Justin Timberlake and Bono and the Edge on Broadway (Spiderman Turn Off The Dark) and then suddenly you realize you are not as happy as you should be? Especially when you are called to research the works of Carl Jung? Existential life crisis or miraculous pivot? What Aiden Moore randomly discovered was researching Jungian philosophies was more intrinsic to the life he was leaning towards living than he could have ever expected. In this bite-size interview he gives us a great purview of how we can look at failure and loneliness…. Or the loss of soul from childhood. When was the last time you looked at what you loved from childhood and reconnected with those dreams? Aiden also has the daunting task of reading all Jung’s body of works to create a comprehensible digestible book of his own perspective. He feels positive he can make it happen after some time in Jung’s volumes of works, especially since he is making a timeline of his life and how Jung’s philosophies have come into play. We also talk about him as a past performer, and performing now as more of a speaker with a mission and a message. Will it feel the same? You can catch him in a couple places sharing his wisdom - His Facebook Group -https://www.facebook.com/groups/jungschool as well as his web site at http://www.aidenmoore.com And I am killing it this month with my webinar From Someday to Author: Three Keys to Unlock Your Dream Book in Under 8 Weeks. This is a jam packed free live training on how to get from desire to yes with that book! Register here for this event every Thursday! https://www.astoryinside.com/join-me-as-i-train-live/
19 minutes | May 11, 2021
Let's Start Processing our Grief
We intellectualize our grief. Imagine if we went into our heart? According to Charlene Gorzela, Advanced Grief Recovery Specialist, moving into the heart is the key to recovery from our grief. She also knows people need to be listened to as they process their grief. How much do we listen in our day to day lives to others? No time in modern history could be more important to process so much grief…which is coming up for many of us after going internal for the last year plus. We can see the patterns in our grief and what they have held us back from discovering. Charlene is candid as she explains how long she went without a strong romantic relationship until she did the grief work on her dad, and then met her life partner. Through the Grief Recovery Method, we can heal our collective grief and Charlene provides simple practices to personally start to peel back the layers. A very upbeat person who always has her hands into something new and spiritual, Charlene is interested in tackling grief in a loving upbeat way - a “heart with ears” approach. One of the cornerstones of the practice is to get free from unresolved/incomplete grief to a powerful sense of resolve/completeness in their relationships and feel a sudden change in their lives. A big follower of the human potential movement, Charlene’s goal is to help free the griever to live a life beyond their wildest dreams. She also has a podcast called Grief Recovery Now with Charlene Gorzela and I was even a guest! You can listen to my show here! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/uncovering-sexual-abuse-trauma-with-kim-ohara/id1506839988?i=1000502444710 Are you burning to write a book but can’t seem to get out of someday? If you are interested in going from Someday to Author with your book, I am holding a FREE LIVE TRAINING on May 13th at 11AM. Click this link to sign up, but act fast as this is coming down in just a few days! https://www.astoryinside.com/join-me-as-i-train-live/
16 minutes | May 4, 2021
When Performance Anxiety Lurks...
Performance anxiety can take down even the most talented creative… if they don’t have the foundation and purpose behind their art. People who write books battle performance anxiety every week when they are putting together their chapters. That one chapter was amazing, but will I ever write a better one? Was that my whole swan song? Podcasters and performers could feel the same way. Someone tells you that they loved your interview last week and immediately the voices go, that’s it. You’re done. From now on it’s downhill from here. So how do you keep creating and moving along despite these ever present voices? Believe that what you are putting out in the world has more purpose and meaning than how you may feel creating it. You can be insecure as hell but if you think that the message or the song or the idea needs to lands to hundreds or thousands of people, your performance simply can’t stand in the way. You get quiet and rise to the occasion. In today’s stand alone episode, I take a break from interviewing fascinating people and instead contemplate and offer solutions for this often defeating affliction of performance anxiety. I tell a story of recording a simple video for an ad of a program I am passionate about, and how that passion at the end of the day got me doing a clean take despite internal and external circumstances (or in my mind, forces against me proving I had no right to sell this product! Not true!) If you enjoyed this podcast, and would like to see me in a live free training on May 13th, From Someday to Author: Three Keys to Unlock Your Dream Book in Under 8 weeks head over to my IG @astoryinside for all the details. And if you have a book you are dying to write and want to know more about me as a coach, sign up for my newsletter at astoryinside.com.
20 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
Award-Winning CMO & trailblazing mom Karuna Rawal’s many keys to success.
To say Karuna Rawal has won a lot of awards is an understatement, and she brings to our conversation today a well-rounded view of why Adweek named her the 2021 Trailblazer Working Mom of the Year. I am always curious what it takes as a woman to artfully achieve leadership while simultaneously raising kids. If you think motherhood will hold you back, guess again. In 2019, Karuna was recognized as one of Forbes CMO NEXT 2019 50 Game-changing Marketing leaders who are re-defining the CMO role. In 2015 she won 14 Lions at Cannes Festival including the coveted Titanium Lion, an inaugural Glass Lion for promoting gender equality and an Emmy for Outstanding Television as the lead strategist on the wildly successful P&G Always #LikeAGirl campaign. Currently, she is the Chief Marketing Officer for Nature’s Fynd, a food-tech startup where she is commercializing a new-to-the-world sustainable alternative protein that can help feed the world. Originally born in New Deli, India where her dad worked for the Indian government, Karuna moved to Egypt as a young girl, and then lived all over the world which is how she learned to adapt. Her grandfather had a house near a famous beach in India called Elliot Beach that she would walk to, and was tickled to read that Kamala Harris also had walked on that same beach near her own grandfather’s house! When Karuna became a brand manager for the first time, she got pregnant and there were not many women successful at juggling both career and parenthood. Still, she raised her kids through her entire ascent in business and leadership. While she credits her success to adaptability, pivoting, and supportive bosses, she emphasizes building a really strong team, both at home and at work. Balancing priorities has also been key to her ability to expand in her career. She has learned, don’t look back at a day but at the month. Everything may not be perfect, but looking back, she strove to evaluate without carrying any guilt. We don’t have time as women to be in guilt! When I asked her what is the next glass ceiling women have to break, she said, women of color are not in enough leadership positions or in business. How do you bring more diverse voices to the table? She even ponders why shouldn’t the whole Supreme court be women. All of the women who are contemplating staying working at home after liking the work life balance in Covid, Karuna worked from home for many many years in her career. There is a way to make this model work, and moms are incredibly efficient.
17 minutes | Apr 20, 2021
Assess Your Ego Structures with The Enneagram
Margot, like many of us seeking healing after we have lost ourselves, found the enneagram after a second divorce from someone who was abusive. She had to work on quieting the inner critic in her mind, and found the enneagram to be transformative in all her relationships including her family. Margot Burns ran me through an enneagram coaching session and I was blown away by the assessment of my personality and what I am driven by. While one hour is really quick to do a full evaluation, Margot knew the exact questions to ask to direct me to really express and hone in on my personality and what drives me. She has been doing this teaching and coaching for a long time, but she bases what she asks by seeking freedom. In my typing interview, I identified as a leader and protector. She asked me how it was for me to be vulnerable. Not easy… but as a Type 8 if I soften that energy and slow down and listen, I can benefit. The Three Triads - thinking, heart and the body - make up the nine personality types and it is almost eerily accurate in identifying patterns for people. Of course there is some initial resistance to any personality assessment (can you say Scientology?) but I didn’t get any of that energetically with the ancient practice of the enneagram. Margot is a part of the Enneagram prison project, training to be a guide. People inside taking the program and coming out are benefiting from this work. She coaches a man released from prison after 23 years incarcerated. There are a whole crew of coaches who help these folks when they come out. They have turned their whole lives around because of this healing system. She wants to write a book about finding herself and the journey back to her own essence, as well as the people who supported her along the way.
20 minutes | Apr 13, 2021
Why Are We Not Talking More About Trauma?
I attended an intimacy and Trauma workshop that was facilitated by Dr. Erica Holmes. She shared about an interesting aspect of attachment trauma; being severed at 5 from a very large and close knit family and tribe in Camden, Arkansas, and landing in LA with no one but her mom and brother. Growing up in the South is very different from the inner city of Los Angeles. Eventually her mother sent her back to her grandparents. Her story got me thinking about how my family who once shared big Christmases when I was a child slowly broke down, as people died or got divorced, and how that is an unresolved sadness. No one talked in the 70s about trauma, no less losing attachment figures or loved ones. We were in a time where we were told to buck up and survive. As she wrote a book on dating, we speak of people who have had trauma who could take three paths to soften the desire to put up walls. One, take stock in how the trauma is continuing to live on in your life. How trauma impacts your emotional selves can cause a bifurcated reaction. When we are hurt in relationships, they start to become frightening in themselves. Two, develop relationships with the self other, like a therapist, a mentor or someone encouraging, supportive or validating. And Three, to practice self-compassion. Be kind to yourself and remember there is common humanity and humans are fallible and life can be stinky. I have read all the dating books, and I can tell you, until you do the work she is talking about, you can keep perpetuating patterns. Take a listen where I share a little of my crazy process thus far!
19 minutes | Apr 6, 2021
Do You Truly Know Your Olive Oil?
David Neuman is an Extra Virgin Olive Oil Expert, working in the industry with top brands for the past fifteen years, and now selling his own private label Semone. His passion for food started very early when he worked at the Four Seasons Hotel, and it was in a part time job at Williams Sonoma where he understood there was something to the olive oil product… but did not get deep into its origin and complexity until the early 2000s. He has taught Olive Oil 101 thousands of times, and when he came to me as a book client, he was ready to write the book that is non existent on the marketplace about olive oil. What you are really buying is not what you are being presented with not just by label fraud but the process of shipping and distribution. HALT (heat, air, light and time) have a great effect on the oil that sits on the supermarket shelves. In our interview (and definitely in his book coming out in 2022), he offers a very simple way to ensure you have the best olive oil for your family and home - become an in-home taster and return what doesn’t smell or taste right. David offers key advice to buying olive oil and simple tools to make your olive oil purchasing experience successful!
18 minutes | Mar 30, 2021
What Is Your Glass Ceiling With Money?
We all have stories we have told ourselves about how good we are with money, or how much money we can make. Glass ceilings are real for women and Madison, WI -based holistic financial planner Joanna Burish is committed to teaching lifestyle protection especially to young women. She helps with overseeing setting up your company properly, financially empowering your company team and bringing the knowledge home to our own daughters. Holistic is not just investments and retirement. What are your plans B, C and D? We have the shared past of working in entertainment as producers and creators, and commiserated about how that culture not only did not foster strong financial empowerment for women, but you only thought you had to stay in your lane. When she had the opportunity land in her lap to be a CEO of a real estate company that wound up making $130 million, she woke up about making money. Growing up as an immigrant from Nazareth, Israel, where her parents came here with four kids and built their businesses, she thought making $150k was a big deal. She capped herself for years until she broke that ceiling and then started to protect her rising income. We had a candid conversation about money and the fear we can only get lucky once if we make decent money. The mantra we need to have is I can make money when I want, as many times as I want. Do you have a story to tell or a book to write? Ask yourself some simple questions with our Get Naked with your story hand out at astoryinside.com/naked, or sign up on the website for 4 Sure Fire Tips to know you have a book to write. We love featuring incredible guests on our podcast, and we really appreciate all your donations! Click here to donate to our podcast and keep the doors on! https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=GWDSB3VYWJLLE
18 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
Guilty or Not Guilty: A New Perspective on DNA
Suspect profile? Genetic Markers? Evidence Sample? Your DNA on a glove? Just a few of the terms thrown around in my riveting interview with Matt Speredelozzi, Deputy Public Defender for the County of Santa Barbara. Today we talk about how Matt overturned a case where a man was incarcerated for twenty years through new DNA evidence. Matt has worked in the field of criminal law since 2007 on major crimes cases including high stakes felony, carjacking, robbery, gang enhancements and white collar offenses. He has worked on this particular murder case for the last ten years. In Jose’s case, his DNA was on a pair of gloves used in the crime but there was inconsistency on multiple markers and samples. He succinctly in less than twenty minutes walks us through the DNA process, convictions, and how unreliable witnesses play into the case, which is incredibly fascinating. Jose is the first of 256 cases where people sat in jail over science that should have not been allowed to slip through the cracks. Matt sees this case as the gateway for many other innocent people to turn their conviction around. If you want to geek out on science and crime, you are going to love Matt! Interested in being on the show? You think you have a book in you? Reach out to Host Kim O’Hara who helps aspiring authors write books. She can talk with you about YOUR book dream, and being a potential show guest. Book a free discovery call at https://calendly.com/bookcoachkim/15min.
19 minutes | Mar 16, 2021
Network Marketing The Ivy League Way
Amy Powers is about to release her book in March 2021 No Degree Required:Network Marketing The Ivy League Way and I am proud to say that I was her book coach. She pushed through always reaching for a higher level of quality in her writing and message, and I predict this book to be a game-changer in how people see network marketing. She has two Ivy League degrees and an impressive Emmy-nominated songwriting career. Networking marketing was her third career when she felt she could no longer control her income in the music business. She was introduced to networking marketing by other fantastic women who were also looking for something different from their entertainment careers. Mind you, while she was building her network marketing business, she wrote the score for Dr. Zhivago on Broadway. Her own failing health and two little kids to take care of pushed Amy to explore building a business in the wellness space. She has never been happier spreading a positive wellness and empowerment message for men and women which affects all areas of your life. She radically believes cleaning your insides affects your outsides. Support self-publishing and buy Amy’s book! You won’t regret it! Here is her link! https://tinyurl.com/3vpbwa5c We love featuring incredible guests on our podcast, and we really appreciate all your donations! Click here to donate to our podcast and keep the doors on! https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=GWDSB3VYWJLLE
19 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
The Intimacy and Trauma Story
How intimate do you think you are with others? How about yourself? If you are a business woman who has it all, the kids, the house, the career, but pause even for half a second on that question, you may be bypassing facing trauma in your history and the narrative of your current story. As women who are motivated, visible and charismatic, we think we are being “intimate” but still behaving in an old story that keeps people at an arms’ length. Especially when it comes to romantic relationships. In that category we can find the most evidence of lack of intimacy from trauma, but then when we peel back the layers, we see it is in more areas of our life. Host Kim O’Hara offers another stand alone insight into her own personal journey through the narrative of recovery from sexual abuse, and the many uplevels and layers she has transcended since she faced her truth. Now she gets to own her life, and her story, and ask herself, how intimate does she want to be in her life? Want to get Naked with your story and find out where you can have more intimacy after trauma? Head over to astoryinside.com/naked. Also, Kim offers 8 week Own Your Authorship workshops for authors with a desire to write a book, but stuck in the procrastination and lack of worthiness to take the leap. Reach out to her at astoryinside.com to inquire about this game changing class. Do you enjoy our podcast every week? We would appreciate any donations so we can keep doling out honest truths and having on incredible guests. Every dollar counts to keep the doors open! Donate here: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=GWDSB3VYWJLLE&source=url
23 minutes | Mar 2, 2021
Put Your Faith Outside “the Man” with Davina Kotulski
Show up and step out in faith, and the Universe will provide for us, says Davina Kotulski, the award-winning author of the book The Manna Paradigm Shift: Creating the Consciousness of Abundance and Freedom. As always, we get real on this episode, tightly navigating her choice to make a big career change for freedom of spirit, the importance of the work in past life regression to forgive yourself and others, and falling in love without a gender bias. Davina is an LGBT marriage equality advocate and her first book was called Why You Should Give A Damn About Gay Marriage. She was one of the first couples to be married in SF when Gavin Newsom lifted the ban in 2004 and on a book tour on May 17th 2004 in Massachusetts when MA became the first state to allow same-sex marriage. Want to get Naked with your story? Head over to astoryinside.com/naked and grab our free giveaway! We also have our live video version on https://youtu.be/V0XOA1E2aZY
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