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Pain Is Unavoidable; Suffering Is a Choice
Jeff Johnston received the phone call that no parent ever wants to receive: his son had died. What happened next was his choice: how would this event shape the rest of his life? He chose to make a difference in the lives of others.
I Believe in Happiness, Not Toxic Positivity
I believe in happiness. And that doesn’t mean that life will be “happy” 100% of the time. What I don’t believe in is the toxic positivity that you see out there on social media that demands that we are ALWAYS happy or grateful or we aggressively seek the silver lining. While there is a time and place for gratitude and seeking the silver lining, those emerge when we are ready. If we try to force those things before we are ready then we are slapping a bandage on an open wound. If you’ve ever felt the “pressure” to suck it up and just “be” happy, please listen.
Learn How to Smooth out the Potholes on the Road to Success
Every successful journey has had potholes. Tune into this episode to learn how to smooth out the potholes and make the impact you want in the world.
Living a Life of Character
On November 11, 2022, my dad passed away. As a way to pay tribute to his life, I wanted to record some of the greatest lessons that I learned from him. These are timeless lessons that we can all benefit from hearing. I hope you enjoy them.
We have tremendous innate wisdom if we have the courage to listen to it
We know when something isn’t quite right and we know when things are right. Trust yourself. That’s when the adventure begins.
What to Expect When You Climb Your Mountain
I’ll never forget the first time I cycled to the top of Vail Pass. I did it to ironically celebrate the 10 year anniversary of being told by a doctor that I only had a 3% chance of a full recovery and that my days of being an athlete were over. As I slowly made my way to the summit, other cyclists were at the top cheering me on. When I reached the top, they celebrated with me and offered their congratulations. Here’s something that I learned that day
Most People Don’t Reflect on Their Experiences Because It Feels Too Dangerous
When we skip reflecting on our experiences, we are missing out on a potent tool. Most people don’t want to take this step as it feels too dangerous. This week’s guest, Dr. Edward Smink, discusses this and other insights related to compassion resilience. Tune in to learn how to stay fueled for life.
Is This All There Is to Our Lives?
People often ask me why Rick and I decided to start our business and change up our lives. We had different reasons. I decided to start my business because even though I loved the law firm where I worked and I was well-respected and enjoyed my co-workers, I just got to a point where I had done everything that I could do in the role, and I wanted new challenges and an opportunity to push myself. Rick’s reason was different.
When You Have You, You Have Everything
Iseluleko Ma’at El 0 is an Emmy Award winning actor, Inspirational Speaker and Men’s Self-Mastery Coach. He has appeared on hundreds of tv shows, film, commercials, and radio such as Lucifer, Bad Boys 2, Criminal Minds, General Hospital and many others. He followed his intuition and walked away from Hollywood at the height of his career because in his words, he “didn’t have ahold of me.” Since then he has shared the stage with thought leaders like Jack Canfield, Lisa Nichols and Jim Kwik, where he spreads his message that “When you have you, you have everything.” Tune into this insightful episode.
The 7 ways you might be stuck
I have been guesting on a lot of other podcasts recently and I’ve noticed that I always get a lot of questions around why do people get stuck, what are the different “forms of being stuck” and, of course, how do you get unstuck? That’s way too much to cover in one episode so I’ll address them over time, but today I thought I’d jump into the question of what are the different forms of being stuck. This isn’t meant to be an exhaustive list, but here are 7 forms of being stuck – some of them might surprise you.
Listen when your heart tells you to get involved
We want to do something to help and to make a difference. We often hold ourselves back. This week’s guest, Rebekah Miel, is committed to the goal of making beautiful sense out of a complex world.
Is It Serendipity or the Invisible Power of Intention?
As I write this my dad is back in the hospital. He had COVID and pneumonia and he’s over the COVID, but the pneumonia is lingering. My dad is 89 and if you know me or if you’ve listened to several episodes, you probably know that I am a daddy’s girl. Always have been. I’m named after him. I’ve always loved being named after him and it was one of the reasons that I kept my maiden name when I got married.
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Is It Time to Change the Radio Station in Your Brain?
Are you aware of the noise that’s playing in your head? Scientists have studied this and they know that what goes on in our brains holds a key to our happiness and success. My guest today has changed her life and she shares her insights into why this is so important, as well as other frameworks that she used to create her life full of peace and joy.
6 things that I learned when I became the author of my life
In August of 2000, I attended a Women’s Writing Conference in upstate New York. One of the authors said: “You are either the author of your own life or you are a character in someone else’s story.” While I had been doing a good job of leading my life up until then, that really resonated for me. I knew that I had more work to do.
You can feel peace in the midst of uncertainty
We often think that we have to wait for things to “calm down” or go “back to normal” before we can feel peace. But that’s a harmful myth; it leads us to experience more stress and be less resilient. Dan Clouser, author of 3 books and popular speaker, shares his story in this episode.

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Mental Fitness

Your mind can be your best friend or your worst enemy. Your mind sabotages your quest for peak performance and happiness. It generates all your negative emotions through self sabotage.

The problem is we may not realize we are operating in a negative mindset because we’ve lived that way for so long. The impact of continuing this way is that we may achieve success, but we won’t find lasting happiness. Our drive to solve problems and achieve holds our happiness hostage and strains the relationships we have at home and at work.

Mental Fitness is the ability to respond to life’s challenges with a positive mindset instead of a negative, neutral or stressed mindset.

An entrepreneur since the age of 34, Bobbi has led workshops for thousands of people, and she has worked with some of the most recognizable brands on the planet.

Entrepreneur, Writer, Leader, Speaker, Life Coach, Avid Athlete, Resilient Survivor.

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