Do you ever just feel like you have no idea what’s going on with your life? That this “adulting” thing is too impossible? Or wish that you could get advice from the big sister you don’t have? Then the GenTwenty Podcast is for you—it’s part-research, part-personal experience, and all real talk about your 20s, hosted by best friends Nicole and Marina who consider themselves experts at being in their 20s. About your hosts: Nicole Booz lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and son. She is the co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of www.GenTwenty.com, as well as the author of The Kidult Handbook from Simon & Schuster, 2018. Marina Crouse lives in Southern California and has written for www.GenTwenty.com since 2014. When she’s not collaborating with Nicole, she’s working on her first novel.
Master your mind, body, and spirit with Matt Belair and world-renowned leaders today! This unique show features candid conversations with experts in personal development, spirituality, and human optimization. Each episode is another key to help you unlock your infinite potential and assist you on your path to self-mastery! You will discover the best tips, tools, and technologies to master your mind; plus the science, principles, and practices to master your body. Finally, you will dive into the deepest depths of yourself, life, the universe, and the pursuit of discovering who you really are, and consciously creating the life of your dreams! Explore timeless spiritual lessons and ancient teachings. Let go of any limitations and discover all of the tools to dramatically improve your health, well-being, and mindset!
Welcome to the weekly show where I interview Master Coaches from around the world. Why follow this podcast? Coaching is globally estimated to be a 20 Billion Dollar industry by 2022. And yet, there are many questions left unanswered. In this weekly show, I endeavor to achieve 3 key things; ⭐️ HARNESS Key Insights into a Coaching "Jar of Wisdom", ⭐️ HONOUR those who have "Walked their Talk" for Decades, ⭐️ HUDDLE Coaches (and future Coaches) to Celebrate Diversity, Inclusivity and the Values we stand for.
Steve Rush is a renowned global expert on leadership; he’s the author of his best-selling book, “Leadership Cake”, a transformation consultant and leadership coach. As host on the show it’s His job is to hack into the minds of great leaders, best-selling authors and c-suite executives and development experts so he can share in all that is leadership. Voted in top 30 leadership podcasts to follow in 2020 globally.
Have you been attempting to use Law of Attraction or Hypnosis to Attract Financial Abundance, a Soulmate or Career Success? Would you like Be Happy, Motivated and Successful, Have Better Health, Experience Enlightenment, Enjoy More Fulfilling Relationships, Overcome Struggle, and Gain Self-Mastery? Then join me on this Amazing Self-Help Podcast where you'll Unleash the Power of Your Mind. I'll be sharing 20 years of Wisdom and Techniques of Hypnotherapy, LOA, Visualization, NLP, Meditation, Personal Growth, Positive Affirmations and other Effective Methods to help you Tap into the great Power which resides in your Mind and become the Best Version of Yourself. Subscribe and Listen Now!
A little dose of positivity in your day? Comin' right up? Join AJ and a guest as they talk through some of the most fascinating, powerful, and uplifting stories that revolve around us as Human Beings. Things YOU'LL want to talk to others about. They're that good. Really.
Looking for guests that love hearing about and talking about positive, uplifting human interest stories. They can be one's you're not personally related to/involved with--or ones that you've personally experienced. Show length is ~30 minutes and would ask that you come ready to share a "good ne...
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