Tyler Foley on How To Speak With Confidence & Communicate Effectively

In this episode, Tyler Foley, a speaker and bestselling author of “The Power to Speak Naked”, shares tips on how we can effectively improve our communication skills and overcome the fear of public speaking.

Michael Leannah on Positive Affirmations Through Goodnight Whispers & Focusing On The Positive Sides of Most People and Most Days

In this episode, Michael Leannah, an author of several books for children and a former elementary school teacher, shares the importance of learning and finding our place in this world. He talks about the lessons from his book, the advantages of positive affirmations through goodnight whispers and looking at the positive sides of most people and most days.

Shaahin Cheyene on Accelerated Intelligence: How To Build A Successful & Predictable Recurring Revenue E-Commerce Business

“You need a system of knowledge, courage and action.”

This week, Shaahin Cheyene, the world’s leading Amazon industry expert, shares his career journey and serial entrepreneurial secrets of how he built a billion-dollar business in revenue. In his Amazon Mastery Course, he teaches individuals and business owners how to create predictable recurring revenue without selling their hours.

Andrew Kap on The Power of Positive Thinking and The Truth About The Law of Attraction

In this episode, Andrew Kap explains the meaning of the law of attraction. He shares his personal story of applying the laws to his life and the principles and techniques in his bestselling book, The Last Law of Attraction Book You’ll Ever Need To Read. He talks about the importance and power of positive thinking and how we can start no matter our circumstances.

Mark Henick on Being So-Called Normal & His Triumphant Story of Perseverance and Recovery From Mental Health Challenges

This week, Mark Henick shares his vital and triumphant story of perseverance and recovery from mental health challenges and suicidal attempts. In his memoir, So-Called Normal, Mark writes about growing up in a broken home and the events that led to the fateful night on the bridge that changed his life.

Chaz Wolfe on Becoming Bulletproof: How To Turn Your Struggles Into Success Stories

“Your story is how you have overcome the obstacles of life. Turn the struggle into a success story – That’s how you become bulletproof. Know what you want and go get it.”

In this episode, Chaz Wolfe shares his life story & how he was able to turn his struggles into a success story.

Cathy Nesbitt on The Medicine of Laughter & The Benefits of Sustainability, Vermicomposting and Sprouting

Today’s guest, Cathy Nesbitt, is a Health and Wellness Advocate. In this part, she talks about the medicine of laughter and how we can utilize it to improve our lives. She talks about her laughter yoga. She shares how people from all over the world join to explore the benefits of laughter.

In the second part of this week’s episode, Cathy Nesbitt introduces us to the world of Vermicomposting and sprouting. She shares the benefits of Vermicomposting to the sustainability of the world. She discusses the advantages of sprouting to our health and wellness.

Hema Vyas on Omnipreneurship & The Importance of Conscious Alignment for Optimal Creativity and Critical Thinking

In this episode, Hema Vyas, The Omnipreneurial Psychologist ™ speaker and mentor, talks about the importance of conscious awareness and alignment of the heart, mind and body intelligence for optimal creativity and critical thinking. She explains the meaning and essence of passion and purpose.

Melissa Oatman on Being Beautifully Broken

can awaken our inner awesomeness. She shares some tips on thriving after experiencing a challenging situation such as a breakup, divorce or loss of a loved one. She teaches us how to build a better relationship with ourselves while we let go of the past.

Annie Law on Sustainability & Dealing with a Fast-Paced World

In this episode, Annie Law talks about building an eco-friendly business and living an environmentally conscious life. She talks about the power of choice and actions that we take. She shares her experience with racism and life in general as an Asian-American especially living in a busy city like New York.