“ All of a sudden I could just feel my heart beating in my chest for the first time in my life, and I just felt alive again.”
Ria Nicholls talks about:
Rodney Owens talks about:
Why he started Bloke Support Male focussed approach towards counselling
His mum and dad fighting when he was little
Getting Swine flu, which turned into double pneumonia
Being in a coma for 11 days
Mental health and severe depression
Biggest Mental Health Myths
The importance of laughing for your self-care
“ I really want people to get to a stage where they can have more in life, and just love who they are for being an imperfect perfect person ”
Jacqueline Murray talks about:
“I was astonished of how many relationships I have been able to save because of the loss of mine.” - Darek Laviolette
Darek talks about:
Getting into the US army at the year of 18 years
The Gulf War
Becoming a SEAL
Meeting his ex-wife in Bahrain
Why he wrote his book: A S.E.A.L To Heal Your Marriage
Becoming a life coach studying at Life Discoveries
Marriage break-ups and couple counselling
Jason Calder talks about:
Suzanne Mercier talks about:
“Live in the moment and just be grateful where you are”
Sharon Edwards talks about:
Please note that this weeks episode the life story here is about alcoholism attempted suicide and rape and is not suitable for children to listen to.
I had a belief that I couldn’t be vulnerable and let anybody see me struggle. - Ryan Hassan
Ryan Hassan talks about:
“I understood then, that it is not about achieving certain objectives in life. It is much more about appreciating little things and enjoying them to the fullest and being grateful for the life I already have.”- Georgian Benta
Georgian Benta talks about:
Sam Cawthorn is a thought leader and CEO of Empowering Enterprises and featured in USA Today and The NewYork Times. He is an expert in not only bouncing back but bouncing forward. He is obsessed with corporate and personal turnaround and is the 2009 Young Australian of the Year for Tasmania. Sam is also the author of the popular and highly inspiring book: Bounce Forward and an international speaker and has been on stage with Bill Clinton, Michael Jordan, Richard Branson and Dalai Lama.
Changing Habits started by Cyndi O’Meara – 1998. Since 1980 Cyndi has been studying and researching nutrition, diet and health issues. She has also spent much of her time speaking both nationally and internationally, her book is translated into several languages and many of her products can be found in 37 countries around the world. Since the success of her two bestselling books ‘Changing Habits, Changing Lives’ and its accompaniment ‘Changing Habits, Changing Lives Cookbook’, Cyndi is in high demand both nationally and internationally as a keynote speaker.
She also talks about:
Her mum growing up next to the corn fields in America where DDT was sprayed
Lung cancer and breast cancer
Wheat Belly, Gluten and Paleo
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
In this interview Vidal is sharing how it was growing up in Milwaukee, WI, USA, dreaming of becoming a basket player as a young boy, working 90+ hours and burning himself out, the day he got put in prison after a public car chase, and his way back to recovery through self-care and gratitude. Today Vidal works as a purpose igniting strategist, speaker, author and is a two times contributor to Chicken Soup For The Soul books. He also helps others become contributors to books and publications.
If we are willing to look, there is always a greater gift in our struggles. - George Kao
George Kao is a business coach with a focus on businesses who have spiritual and higher values. He helps his clients doing the marketing in a more authentic way and to streamline their system so they can be more calm and at ease, as they run and grow a business that feels authentic to them.
Casey Hart is an empowerment coach and mentor to frustrated, overwhelmed, lost mums and mumpreneurs who want to break through and find the time and freedom to live their life the way they want to. Casey talks about: Business coaching and mentoring Time managing and productivity in business and personal life Working mums Family activities and the importance to take time off from work Growing up in a small community Being bullied as a teenager and feeling lost Bipolar depression and suicidal thoughts Direct link to the show notes page http://www.everydaylightwarriors.com/podcast/26 Rate and review on iTunes: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1108682647
Maggie Wilde is an international award winning author, therapist, and mentor specializing in brain training programs to stop unhelpful habits, sabotage patterns, build confidence, manage stress, and reprogram the mind body connection to create health. Her client's around the world are supported by her dynamic training, therapeutic skills, and her unique CPR Mind Potential Brain Training Audio Kits.
Energy Coach and Intuitive Content Writer, Kristy Lee Rackham talks about as a young child growing up in a family with a mum who was a celebrity day-time tv- chef, seeing spirits at a young age, having her children and challenges faced with her oldest boy having EDS, the love of writing, travelling and the joy of meditation.
Marita talks about how it was growing up in a very small town and at the age of 5 became a member of a born again Christian church. At the age of 21, after 2 years in bible Collage, she left to travel the world, studying archeology and just exploring life in general. Today Marita is based in Eumundi, Queensland - Australia working as am artist and is busy working on her own colourful creations for personal exhibitions and commissions from private and corporate clients.
In this episode, I talk to 28th year old Sunshine Coast based Rhys Greedy about joining the army at the age of 19, the day he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, his way back with 5 months of chemo and 5 months of radiation therapy, and why and how he raised over $21.000 for young cancer patiences at Nambour Hospital, Queensland.
In this episode, I talk to self-care queen and owner of Twenty8, Kim Morrison. She shares her story of how it was growing up in New Zealand with a single mother, how she met her life partner Danny when he was playing for New Zealand, how she became an Aromatherapist and why choosing the name Twenty8 for her company. She also shares the hard times her and Danny went through with his sister committed suicide, how they lost their house in a property deal but also about her passion of getting the self-care message out in the world.
In this episode, I talk to artist and Archibald Finalist, Jandamarra Cadd who as an teenager left home to live on the streets and, his experience in Toowoomba's Westbrook Juvenal Detention Centre which was shut down 4 years after he was released. After being ill-treated at juvenal detention, Jandamarra stopped talking, until one day a councillor introduced him to painting and he found his way back and his life path again and a way to make a change. Through art. He also talks about being a finalist at the 2014 Archibald Prize, his different techniques using the more Aboriginal way of painting dots, to the more traditional Western way. Jandamarra also talks about how he met his partner Amy, the love for her and their children and no matter what has happened in the past, the importance of looking at the future and work on unconditional love.
In this episode, Aimee and Clint talk about how they met, how both Aimee and Clint improved their health through the Paleo diet. The also share the importance of making exercise more enjoyable, using the nature as their gym when coaching clients, cooking workshops and foraging.
In this episode, I talk to 13 year old Bella Grey who was diagnosed with EOS, Eosinophilic Oesophagitis, which means you have too many white blood cells in your throat, which causes inflammation and allergic reaction to certain foods. Bella has been to the hospital many times and had a feeding tube put in for many years to help her gain weight and the nutrient needed. Although she has had and still continues to have very tough days she shares her passion at the moment, cheerleading and why it makes her so happy. I also talk to Bella’s mum Sarah, who has created the charity ausEE, to help kids and adults who have the disorder, connect them with others, but also to raise money, awareness and hopefully a find cure one day.
In this episode, I talk to relationship and relationship coaches and speakers Tim & Ness who love helping men and women connect better. They also share their lovely story of how they met, helping couples getting their spark back, self-care and self-development and exercise and much more. This episode is not only for couples, it is for any one who are looking for a partner. Be prepared to smile, laugh and get inspired!
In this episode, I talk Willie Carne who grew up on a big property outside Roma, Queensland with his family, who were cattle farmers. At an early age, he totally fell in love with footy and with a lot of persistence and will-power he got to play rugby league for the Brisbane Broncos and also represented Australia. Today Willie lives in Noosa and works as a real estate agent and just over a year ago decided to totally change the way of eating and finally got rid of his body aches and pain through the Pegan diet.
In this episode I talk to marketing consultant Krishna Everson about being adopted as a very young girl. About the age of 15 she got to know who her biological mother and her siblings were. Krishna also tells the story about the day she needed to get a passport and found out her original name when visiting New Zeeland, and also how she got into roller skating and roller derby. RATE AND REVIEW ON ITUNES DIRECT LINK TO TODAYS' SHOW NOTES