We all know fear. We’ve come up short as the fear of rejection stopped us from being vulnerable with someone, or stopped us from creating a relationship, or stopped us from sharing ourselves or an idea. We’ve known the fear of failure as we’ve contemplated doing something risky and then done an about-face as the wash of “what-if-it doesn’t-work” engulfs us. Fear of failure, fear of the unknown, fear of rejection are internally generated. Join me today for a discussion and a few stories on why choosing fear keeps us small and pushing past it moves us forward toward our best life stories.
Join us for Part 2 of this 2-part interview series with Taunia Dawn Terry, a survivor of a satanic ritual, 5 abusive marriages, and the powerful story of saying “this shit stops here!” This woman shows us her path to awakening, exploring, choosing and ultimately being. Watch her path as she tells her story and provides and example of transformation.
My interview with Taunia Dawn Terry is one that involves one hell of a story, but spoiler alert, it ends with a woman who has beautiful spiritual gifts of intuition and healing. This two-part series includes a story of living through a Satanic ritual, five marriages/divorces, and a transformational path where she discovered how to listen to her higher power, how to face fear, how to pay the price for freedom, and how to uncover and use her spiritual gifts. Tune in for my interview with Taunia and the first episode in this series.
Academy Drum and Bugle Corps Is a world-class professional marching band out of Tempe Arizona. Today’s episode is a group interview with some of these impressive and talented young musicians as we sat out on the field after they finished up a 10-hour practice on a hot July day. Stay tuned for their stories of learning, self-discipline, overcoming, and motivation. These kids are making a choice to stretch and achieve, not hang out on social media and walk the malls of America.
Join us for episode 3 with the Kjars – the family traveling around the country in their motor home and covering 50 states in 52 weeks. This is the final stage of their year-long journey. Where did the end up with things? Did they regret selling their house and becoming nomads? What did they learn? Are they happy to end this chapter or their brave journey? Tune in.