Not That Bad Is That Bad

Not That Bad Is That Bad

This week on the UnYielded podcast, we have Susanne Justice Hidalgo, a life coach and a co-host of the Life Design Podcast, in which Susanne and her husband, Carlos, share their experiences to help others people. Throughout today’s episode, we have a deep conversation about identifying deep issues in a long marriage, her journey of reinventing life, self-forgiveness, cool things about living in an RV, and more.
Grieving without the Gnaw of Regret

Grieving without the Gnaw of Regret

Although living through grief may not be an easy endeavor, we can use our creativity to help us deal with grief. My guest today is someone who has mastered the art of using creative skills to thrive through grief. Morgan Tanner is an internationally collected artist and a grief coach. She uses artistic skills to help people make their lives purposeful and joyful after a loss. In today’s episode, we have a fascinating conversation about how to use artistic expression to deal with grief without regret.
It’s Never Too Late if You’re Willing to Learn – Molly Zemek

It’s Never Too Late if You’re Willing to Learn – Molly Zemek

My guest today specializes in two fascinating fields; personal development and food. Molly Zemek, a certified life and weight coach, joins us today to talk about how to maintain healthy relationships with food. Molly started her career as a chef and transitioned into life coaching. She now helps food lovers get to the root causes of their food-related issues and lose weight in a sustainable way. In today’s episode, we talk about the role food plays in our lives, food-related decisions, approaching weight loss with self-love, and more. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Molly Zemek.
Cultivating Resilience for Yourself and Others – Ben Biddick

Cultivating Resilience for Yourself and Others – Ben Biddick

My guest today is someone who has been passionate about helping people transform their trauma into positive change and empowerment. Ben Biddick is a veteran who served in the military as a medic following the 9/11 tragedy, and he also has worked for many years serving as a first responder and hostage negotiator. Ben co-authored the book, Get Up: The…
Enrich Your Life with Small Steps – Matt Zinman

Enrich Your Life with Small Steps – Matt Zinman

My guest today is someone who is devoted to personally enriching the lives of millions of people by 2025. Mat Zinman is an author of Z-isms, wellness and kindness advocate, podcast host, and also the CEO of Internship Institute. Throughout today’s episode, we dive into Matt’s unique perspective on life, his entrepreneurial journey, some of the thought-provoking ideas covered in…
A Gateway to Growth – Georgena Eggleston

A Gateway to Growth – Georgena Eggleston

Grief and loss are inevitable things we all may come across at some point in our lives. And the way we respond to our losses is what defines where our lives are headed. My guest today is someone who has endured great loss but hasn't been broken by it. She has lived through the grief of losing three of her closest family members, and now, she helps people move beyond grief through her 20+ year private practice and reasons to live circles she created for those who have survived suicide attempts. Georgena Eggleson, trauma specialist, author, and certified body-mind therapist joins us today to talk about living through grief and making it an opportunity for growth. I hope you enjoy this conversation.
Coach Yourself Forward ft. Chris Natzke

Coach Yourself Forward ft. Chris Natzke

Chris Natzke is an eighth degree black belt and master instructor and a former United States national TaeKwonDo champion. He ranks in the top 1% of all martial artists in the world. Not only is he a champion himself, but he has been training others to find their own inner champion for over four decades. He is a life leadership…
Opportunity is Your Responsibility – Chris Hooten

Opportunity is Your Responsibility – Chris Hooten

Chris Hooten is an experienced educator and collegiate administrator who specializes in volunteer management, youth development, diversity and inclusion, and relations between community members and institutions of higher learning. He holds a master's degree in higher education administration from George Washington University and a Bachelor's in political science and gender studies from Indiana University Bloomington. He has earned multiple awards…