September 2, 2016 – 25 minutes
Are you stuck doing the same old things and getting the same old results?
You probably already know what you need to do to be more gratified in your relationships, to have better health, to make more money, but maybe just can’t find the courage or the wherewithal to make it happen?
If fear or apathy are holding you back from the life or the you want, then this is your show.
Together, with some introspection and private writing, we’re going to pinpoint the right risks for YOU, and avoid the awful poison of regret.
July 18, 2016 – 20 minutes
Do you use that fancy fitness tracker to genuinely improve your health — or just monitor mediocrity?
What kinds of trackers do the best job?
How many calories should we be burning each week to maintain or even lose weight?
In this podcast, champion bodybuilder and Serious Results fitness coach Adam Hammett teaches us how to get the most accurate information from our fitness trackers, and then what to do with that data to see real change.
June 2, 2016 – 10 minutes
Podcast 11: Coaching Q&A – What It Is, How It Works and Why
What’s life coaching about?
Why would I want to try it?
Is it like therapy?
How long does it take and how many sessions do I need?
Why did you become a coach in the first place, and why do you think you’re qualified to do the job?
In this podcast, I answer some of the most common questions I receive about coaching, and give a little background on why and how I became a coach. (Because I love it!)
April 16, 2016 – 35 minutes
Do you have difficulty enjoying your dog and keeping its behavior under control? How can we train our dogs with respect, understanding and some kindness?
In this episode, Certified Dog Trainer Tod McVicker reveals the three things that matter most to dogs, and how we can effectively co-exist with them (without being a jerk).
March 23, 2016 – 23 minutes
Podcast 9: Saying No – This One’s for the Peacemakers
It can be very difficult for people who value harmony — people who like to get along — to say no, whether it’s to their loved ones, kids or co-workers.
In this podcast, I give some tips and strategies to help you know how to say no when you need to — to your children, your boss, all the tough ones. Because we don’t want to be doormats. And if we’re not willing to say no in the right times, our integrity, our self-respect and the respect of others goes out the window. What do you value above getting along? Let’s find out.
February 27, 2016 – 22 minutes
Bleh! Who has time for illness? And don’t you know, when the kids are sick — we all get sick!
In this episode, Nurse Practitioner and owner of Pediatric Health Partners, Kim Bookout shares her strategies for staying healthy through the end of flu season, updates us on the Zika virus, and tells us what kinds of supplements we and our children need most.
February 14, 2016 – 20 minutes
Every one of us is going to experience some hardship, disappointment, sadness. But after the dust settles, how quickly can you shake off that dark mood and get back to life?
In this podcast, I take us through some specific exercises designed to build emotional strength, clarity and resilience. Based on Dr. William Larkin’s book Growing the Positive Mind, this episode will challenge you to recognize and take responsibility for your emotions, and teach you how to enjoy the work.
January 30, 2016 – 26 minutes
Serious athletes and other highly-competitive persons understand that a little bit of flexibility creates resilience — but how to get it? Boston marathon vet, certified running coach and certified yoga instructor Jennifer Wilford feels your pain (and tightness), and knows exactly how to work you through it.
In this episode, Jennifer explains her unique approach: Bringing softness to foster strength and endurance. If you’re an athlete or just a weekend warrior whose performance is limited by inflexibility and/or injuries, then you’ve got to hear this.
January 16, 2016 – 31 minutes
Podcast 5: Does Your Life Need a CFO? Finding Freedom with Certified Financial Planner Sean Kelleher
Do you need to get a handle on your finances, but don’t know where to start? Over the last few years, Certified Financial Planner Sean Kelleher has brought my family the peace of mind and freedom that comes from knowing the truth about our finances.
In this podcast, Sean explains what to expect from a financial planner, how they get paid, and all the best questions to ask yourself and your prospective planner. If you’re feeling at loose ends about your money, where it’s going (and where it should be going), and how to make it last through the later years, then Sean is your guy.
January 2, 2016 – 18 minutes
Are you ready to feel better? If you’re looking for exercise that will improve your balance, your flexibility and strengthen your body as well as your mind, then meet Bethaney Pilat, Owner and Founder of Inspire Yoga Studios.
In this podcast, Bethaney answers the most commonly-asked questions about yoga, tells newcomers what to expect from their first class, and fills us in on the benefits of this invigorating and life-affirming practice.
December 19, 2015 – 20 minutes
Are you fighting your body style, wondering why you can’t get rid of that last ten pounds? Envious of the way your spouse/friends/ boyfriend seems to skip one meal and instantly meets their weight goals?
Meet Ashly Torian, Holistic Eating and Body Love Coach, and owner of BioBalance, as she explains the different ways women nourish themselves (and others), and tells us how to listen to what our female bodies truly need.
December 5, 2015 – 25 minutes
Tired of the same old stuff, but can’t afford to redo your entire house? Join the club!
Listen as owner of Inspirations Interiors, Elena Johnson shares her tips on updating what you have (easy refreshes for hundreds instead of overhauling for thousands), and reveals the paint colors and warm touches that can make your home a place of comfort and joy.
November 21, 2015 – 25 minutes
Certified Personal Trainer, Nutritionist, Yoga Instructor and all-around champion athlete Debra Hammett tells us how to keep it real with food and exercise, and still enjoy the season. WooHoo!
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