Live To Thrive podcast
By Lizzy Koetsier
Live To Thrive podcastMar 09, 2020
S7 Episode 6 | Rosilynn Yoon
Rosilynn is a content strategist, advertising-enthusiast, writer, choreographer, and she’s fully aware this is a long list. But she doesn’t like to limit her curiosities. It’s what led her to marketing—being able to learn about all types of industries. Her ultimate goal is to enhance lives through business and mindful strategies.
Rosilynn is currently training to be a strategist at Copacino Fujikado and hopes to become an inspiring leader one day. Above all, she enjoys listening to music, journaling, walking her dog Strudel, spending time with the people she loves, and being present.
S7 Episode 5 | Switching your mindset
Things I do to keep my mental health strong: I realize that my personality is intense, and I tend to have more negative thoughts than positive ones. I often criticize myself over unimportant matters and care too much about what others think, basing my self-worth on external validation!
What I have learned, and what I continue to learn, is that nobody really cares. Validating yourself is the first step in the right direction.
Understanding that negative thoughts will always be present, but choosing how you react to them is the key to overcoming them. I like to imagine negative thoughts as passing clouds, observing them, reflecting on why I feel that way, and then letting them float away.
In addition, engaging in activities that make you feel better, promote health, and provide grounding can greatly contribute to mental stability.
My personal tools include waking up, making my bed, and going to the gym to move my body. This routine grounds me and reminds me that I am in control of my own life. I choose to wake up and move my body. I also avoid using phrases like 'I have to' because they make me feel like I have no choice in the matter.
Anyways, I hope you find peace in this chaotic world and discover things that bring you happiness.
This week's podcast will focus on leveling your mind and exploring ways to thrive better.
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S7 Episode 4 | Mia Perez
Mia Perez is a Keynote Speaker, Best Selling Author,and Designated Master Storyteller; with a background in Entertainment. Ms. Perez uses her gifts and talents to create an impact in every sphere she steps into by connecting & inspiring positive change.
Mindset & Emotional Performance Strategist, Mia is a leader in the area of empowerment.
She birthed her organization V.I.V.A Women’s Empowerment Community in 2017. Through it, she empowers women to live their lives with Vision- Inspiration- Voice - Acceptance in a High-Value Feminine way.
But don't let her smile fool you because Mia's path didn’t unfold easily. Her impressive journey earned her the title of Bounce Back Queen!
Through her own life experiences, she now teaches others how to Reframe Challenges, Rebuild Confidence, and Re-Imagine New Possibilities.
Today, Mia helps others find and redefine themselves while showing them how they too can become the Bounce Back Queens/Kings of their own life…no matter what!
S7 Episode 3 | Imposter Syndrome
Imposter syndrome is a common experience characterized by feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt, despite external evidence of success. It can manifest in various aspects of life, particularly in professional and academic settings. While it's not a recognized mental disorder, it can significantly impact one's confidence, motivation, and overall well-being.
Overcoming imposter syndrome requires a multi-faceted approach that involves recognizing the issue, challenging negative thoughts, and building self-efficacy. Here are some key strategies to combat imposter syndrome:
Acknowledge and Normalize Imposter Feelings: The first step is to acknowledge that imposter syndrome is a common experience, even among highly successful individuals. Recognizing that you're not alone in these feelings can help reduce the stigma and shame associated with them.
Challenge Negative Thoughts: Imposter syndrome often stems from distorted thinking patterns. Challenge these negative thoughts by examining the evidence for and against them. Often, you'll find that your accomplishments far outweigh your perceived shortcomings.
Focus on Your Strengths and Achievements: Instead of dwelling on perceived weaknesses, shift your focus to your strengths and accomplishments. Make a list of your successes, no matter how small they may seem. Regularly remind yourself of your capabilities.
Seek Support and Mentorship: Surround yourself with supportive individuals who can provide encouragement and guidance. Seek mentorship from people you admire, and learn from their experiences and insights.
Practice Self-Compassion: Be kind to yourself and recognize that everyone makes mistakes and experiences setbacks. Instead of harsh self-criticism, practice self-compassion and understanding.
Celebrate Your Successes: Take the time to acknowledge and celebrate your achievements, both big and small. Allow yourself to feel proud of your accomplishments and recognize your hard work.
Focus on Continuous Learning: Embrace a growth mindset and view challenges as opportunities for learning and development. Seek out new knowledge and skills, and view setbacks as stepping stones to improvement.
Remember, overcoming imposter syndrome is an ongoing process, not a one-time event. It requires consistent effort and self-awareness. By implementing these strategies, you can gradually build self-confidence, silence your inner critic, and recognize your true worth.
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S 7 Episode 2 | Lerato Music
Lerato is fun and vibrant! Faith is what keeps her grounded. Many young people are ashamed to show that side of them, but for her, if you were to have any encounter with her, she would hope you walk away seeing the evidence of God working in her life.
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S7 Episode 1 | Hello its me again
Welcome to season 7 of Live To Thrive podcast! We're so excited to be back with a brand new season of interviews and conversations with inspiring and thought-provoking guests.
This season, we'll be diving into a wide range of topics, including self-discovery, personal growth, and the pursuit of happiness. We'll also be talking about the challenges and opportunities of the modern world and how we can all create a better future for ourselves and for each other.
In this season, we'll be exploring the theme of self-discovery. We'll talk about what it means to know yourself and how to start living a more authentic life. We'll also share tips on how to overcome self-doubt and fear and how to embrace your true potential.
We have an amazing lineup of guests lined up for this season, including authors, speakers, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders from all walks of life. We can't wait to share their stories and insights with you.
So stay tuned for an exciting season of Live To Thrive Podcast! We're so grateful to have you along for the ride.
S6 Episode 8 | Tameka Anderson
Tameka Anderson, America’s F.U.N. (Friendly, Unforgettable & Newsworthy) Coach, serial entrepreneur, and best-selling author of the no holds barred books, The Confident Leader & Parenting the Confident Child.
Holding her passion for a strong family, people, and children close, Anderson set out on a mission to develop programs focused on creating transformational leadership, effective households, schools, and community.
Her P.E.O.P.L.E. principles help managers, leaders, and entrepreneurs understand the importance of putting people first in order to achieve win-win, lasting success.
Social Media: @funbrandcoach
S6 Episode 7 | Sherrie Robinson
Sherrie is a self-published author that released her book in 2022 after experiencing a dramatic and failed marriage. However, despite the pain, she turned her situation into my purpose. Being a woman of Faith, it has continued to guide her throughout her journey in life.
Book- Beauty For Ashes Here's the actual truth about love it's not a fairytale!Link: a.co/d/7a1zz5U
S6 Episode 6 | Lizzy Koetsier
A little catch-up and update! If you ever want to be on Live to thrive podcast, make sure you email me at Livetothrivepodcast@gmail.com or reach out to me on Instagram @livetothrivepod
S6 Episode 5 | Jacqueline Staton
Hi I’m Jai and I am a 51-year-old African American woman. I am a single mother of three thriving young adults, a dedicated daughter, sister, and friend, and I am committed to finding the things that speak to me of freedom and evolution in every area of my life. And I’m committed to helping as many people as I can with realizing their dreams of freedom and evolution as well! I want people to know that they are okay, just like they are, and that their light is important here!
I’ve fulfilled many different roles in my life, and as I continue on the path of my authentic self, I have found myself to be a spiritual guide and soul healer, a seeker and a business consultant. It’s funny how I am just now understanding that my career paths, and indeed, all my paths, have been manifestations of my authentic inspirations to help and heal! I’m excited to be in this universe with you!
S6 Episode 5 | Donny Johnson
Donny Johnson is a UX designer working in Tech for the past 5 years. He developed several apps, websites, and brands. Currently, he lives in New York City.
Instagram -> https://instagram.com/dynno.io?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=
S6 Episode 4 | Kutloano Skosana
Kutloano Skosana has a podcast called Shades and Layers where she focuses on black women entrepreneurs from across the globe. It is a platform for exploring issues and challenges around business ownership, representation and holistic discussions about the meaning of sustainability in an increasingly complex global context. Conversations are wide- ranging and serve not only as a Masterclass in Entrepreneurship but also provide wisdom and tools for Successful Living. It is a space for intelligent conversation, a place for black women to be fully human and openly share their quirks and vulnerabilities. Season 5 shines a spotlight on Mission/Purpose driven entrepreneurship.
Podcast - https://shadesandlayers.buzzsprout.com/
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/shadesandlayerspodcast/
S6 Episode 3 | Minyoung Lee
Hi, I’m Minyoung
It's sounds much like mignon from filet mignon but with less of the French accent. My parents thoughtfully picked out my name to carry the purpose of uplifting ("young" = to uplift) others ("min" = a nation) and for that reason I hope that our interaction can be one in which you feel happy, welcome, and safe to express yourself as you are.
My background in Acupuncture & Integrative health inspire my love & curiosity of the human experience. Over the last eight years photography & videography have become my go-to tools to create purposeful content that uplifts, educates and empowers people to take the front seat of not only their healing but a life that only they are capable of creating.
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/itsmeohmylee/
S6 Episode 2 | Sydney Swonigan
Sydney founded Exes & Babies (http://www.exesandbabies.com) to uplift and up-level co-parenting and blended families of all backgrounds through podcasts, coaching and so much more. We are turning babymamas and babydaddies into MVPs on the teams that matter most. In fact, Sydney's child's father and she call themselves "Team Dior" which is named after their son to remind them of their shared goals and purpose: raising a happy, whole Dior.
Exes & Babies provides inclusive, actionable, and optimistic resources to put power and hope back into the hands of the co-parenting community to design meaningful parenting experiences.
Podcast -> https://www.exesandbabies.com/podcast
S6 Episode 1 | Intro
Happy 2023! Look at us! another year another podcast. This podcast is a little intro to season 6 and what's to come.
If you would like to be on the podcast make sure you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
S5 Episode 7 | Krystle Farmer Sieghart
Krystle Farmer Sieghart (she/her/her) is a mother, wife, Black femme, a grassroots activist, a womanist, and a liberation consultant. Krystle is a co-founder of Healing Justice Santa Barbara and has served more than 10 years as an experienced community organizer, facilitator and mentor, with a demonstrated history of working in higher education, underserved communities, tech, and the non-profit industry. Krystle is skilled in public speaking, social media, teaching, social justice advocacy, cultural competency, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and community outreach. She is a strong community and social services professional, currently holding a Bachelor of Science – B.S. in Organizational Leadership.
Krystle has committed her career to amplifying marginalized voices, and building community to work towards collective liberation. Krystle was born and raised in Santa Barbara, California, with family roots in Louisiana and Virginia as well, and from those deep ancestral roots is where she learned the importance of the preservation of Black legacies and understanding the history of people that came before her.
Krystle believes that in order to be whole, you must be your authentic self, radically, and you must strive to live a life that follows your spiritual purpose here on earth and honors those that have come before us.
Instagram --> https://www.instagram.com/kryssieghart/
S5 Episode 6 | Ty McCollum
Ty brings a wealth of services and a strong commitment to professionalism. Living and growing up in Arkansas and then moving to Seattle in 2017, he has seen Seattle's incredible economic growth within the last four years.
With a love for business and a background in risk management, Ty assists clients in many aspects of real estate transactions. He works with both sellers and buyers in the Seattle market and truly enjoys tailoring his services to each client's needs in the current fast-paced environment. Providing top-notch customer service is one of his guiding principles.
Buying or selling a home is more than just a business deal; it's a life-changing experience that builds GENERATIONAL WEALTH! For most clients, it is one of the most important financial decisions they will ever make. Ty customizes his approach for each client to ensure they will not only achieve their specific goals but also learn along the way and thrive. Whether you are buying your first home or selling your family's life-long investment, Ty would consider it an enormous privilege to partner with you. He is committed to making the real estate journey simple, transparent, and fun as you work with him to navigate the Seattle housing market.
S5 Episode 5 | Nthabi Mushi
Nthabi Mushi is a lover of people with a passion for sports. When she’s not writing about sports, she’s talking about it through various mediums. A creative who works in marketing, Nthabi loves Jesus and bringing people together. You’ll find her DJing or exploring different creative avenues when she's not on the grind.
Instgram - https://www.instagram.com/nthabi4real/
Soundcloud beats - https://soundcloud.com/djnazo/halfmoonbk-guest-mix?si=79e3823fa6fd47289e9784a0728ded20&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing
S5 Episode 4 | Lizzy Koetsier
I launched LTT Podcast with the intention of podcasting each week. However, life changed, and my goals had to be redirected when I started the new Job, I had to focus on my role and put podcasting aside because I felt drained and unmotivated.
But I'm back and ready to elevate BIPOC communities and grow with all of you! Listen to the changes, and let me know what you think.
S5 Episode 03 I Simone Akila
Simone Alkila Is one fantastic woman. She tells us about her early life and dives into some history about her family and Sanat Barbara. This conversation was educational and filled with good nuggets to take home with you. Learn more about Simone by listening to this episode.
Want to attend Juneteenth in SantaBarbara click here ——> https://juneteenthsb.org/
Here is more about her organization here —> hjsb.org
S5 Episode 02 | Alexia Barlow
Kicking off the Live to Thrive podcast is Alexia (Lex) Barlow! We dive Into Lex's life and learn more about her. This was a fun and light-hearted podcast to get the flow going. Join me, and let's get thriving!
S5 Episode 01 l Lizzy Koetsier
This show is here to prove to all POC who have been bogged down and underestimated by life - that their story is still unfolding. You will find infectious and inspiring stories from people who were exactly where you are, and they will tell you how they made it through to the top despite the odds.
This episode is a short intro to the vision of the podcast and a little history about me as a host.
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S4 Episode 02| Catch Up With Sam Bearman
Samantha Bearman, more affectionately referred to as Sam Bear, hails from the riviera of the west coast, Santa Barbara, CA. She has traveled the world, competed for Jimmy Kimmel’s Funniest College Student in America, and was a semi-finalist in the 2019 Ventura Harbor Comedy Festival, and the 2020 Laughs Unlimited Comedy Competition. She launched Comedians in YOUR Kitchen during the pandemic and has explored cooking with university students and corporate audiences to facilitate confidence and community through cooking and comedy. She works to ensure all meals look restaurant ready and promote sustainable cooking practices.
She has also used comedy as a way to bring the community together for a cause, producing sold out comedy and variety shows that raised money for organizations including the Alzheimer's Association, Planned Parenthood and the American Heart Association. She now has her own monthly virtual room (and can’t wait to return to a live stage), Bear Cave Comedy in Santa Barbara.
Sam Bearman (guest): https://www.instagram.com/sambearcomedy/
Lizzy Koetsier (Host) :https://www.instagram.com/lizkoetsier/
Lauren Bragg (host): https://www.instagram.com/wellnessvixen/
S4 Episode 01 | Ray Camacho
Aligning with her health has taken years and she has learned so much through the process. Her goal and mission are to share her story and process to empower people that they can do it too!
Personal Trainer and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, Entrepreneur, and Co-Founder of SBFITT Ray's purpose and business are based around helping people connect to their vitality through custom training programs and one on one coaching. Helping people acquire balance in their lives starts with the body and mind
For Inquiries please email: email@example.com
S3 Episode 12 | Sandra Daniele
Sandra Daniele is the creator and founder of Wish on Wildflowers, Life Enhancement Coaching for Women. She is a certified life coach as recognized by the International Coaching Federation. The vision for Wish on Wildflowers is that all women free themselves to follow their curiosities, live without fear of judgment, trust their choices, and start living the authentic joy-filled life they crave. Sandra works with women to embrace their raw edges and recognize who they are today does not define who they can be tomorrow. Beauty, growth, self-love, and confidence bloom from the inside out. Sandra loves reading, spending time with family, exercising, a good meal, and time in nature.
S3 Episode 11 | Alisa Wilcox - Business Success Coach
Alisa Wilcox is a ten-year vet of the online business world, running her business coaching business from her trusty laptop. Specializing in creating full automation and lots of passive income for her clients, Alisa loooves helping her clients design digital courses that create six figures with ease. Creating freedom of time and money is her passion and she’s here to spill all the goods on the money mindset and how to create your next digital course!
S3 Episode 10 | Self Love and Development
WHIP OUT THAT JOURNAL GIRL!
1. Create a Mantra: A mantra is usually one sentence that you memorize and recite to yourself our out loud when your inner bitch starts to run her mouth. "I am strong, my body is spectacular, I love every part of me." Choose something that resonates with you and even better if it's the exact opposite of what that bitch is saying! Pick a time of day to recite (I like getting out of the shower when I'm buck naked) and flex that new habit muscle!
2. My Best Friend: Talk to your body like you would your best friend (assuming you're nice to your bestie lol). You wouldn't tell your bestie she's a pudgy, unmotivated loser, would you?!So how come those types of conversations come up privately, within you?? Your mantra will come in handy here. Keep in mind this is a practice and it will take a bit of work to strengthen your self love muscles. Be patient and be KIND. The next time you hear your inner bitch being well, bitchy, combat the dialogue with a conversation that you would have with your best friend and feel the negativity dissolve.
3. Name Your Bitch: This one is so fun. I know it sounds a little nuts when I say "having a conversation with yourself," but I can assure you that your body and your mind work in VERY different ways. Your brain is the problem solver, the conscious, the logic and the reasoning. Your body is a part of the subconscious that is responsible for innate activities like breathing, heart rate and emotions. Your inner bitch is your conscious critic, and she's full of shit. What she says isn't real. Try to separate this negative, internal chatter from what actually IS, your body. To do this, pick a name you dislike for your inner bitch. Every time she pipes up (in the mirror, before bed etc.), say her name and tell her to shut the fuck up. I also find it useful to make fun of her, like "you know nothing and you're an idiot because my body is absolute perfection." Over time, she'll quiet and bonus points when she becomes kind and complimentary!
4. BODY TEMPLE "What would I do if I were to treat my body like a temple? Think of all the gorgeous, vast and intricate temples around the world (Taj Mahal, Parthenon etc,) people take pretty darn good care of those right? So take 20 minutes and make a HUGE list of all the ways you could take PERFECT care of your beautiful bod. This could be anything from sleeping 10 hours a night to a yoga retreat in Panama. Get really creative and consider the things that make you feel amazing!
5. BODY STRONG. Take another 20 minutes and write down all the amazing things your strong, beautiful body allows you to do. Even if you're not well or have an injury, you'd be amazed at how your body supports you throughout the hours. Think morning, noon and through the night and all of your social activities, work, play and down time.
6. The Love List Take 20 minutes to make a list of all the things you love about yourself. What do people compliment you on? What do you think when you say "I really have that going for me." Start at the VERY tippy top of your head and work your way down to your toes. You can say things like: "I love that I have all 20 fingers and toes" or "I love the color of my eyes" or "I love the way ankles are shaped." Get SUPER specific!
7. Self Care List Take 10 minutes and write down a few habits you could create to take extraordinary care of yourself. Remember the Body Temple journal exercise here and work some of these in. For each habit you write down, make a note of when you can do them and how often. I will not take "I don't have time" as an excuse. When self care comes first, the rest of life will fall beautifully into place and you can exhibit your best work.
S3 Episode 09 | Lizzy and Lauren
Welcome to the personal development theme of season three! In this episode, Lauren and Lizzy talk all things goal setting and Lauren shares her 7 steps of goal setting that’s helped thousands of women achieve their most passionate goals!
S3 Episode 8 | Petra Beumer, Mindful Eating Institute
Petra Beumer is the founder of the Mindful Eating Institute in Santa Barbara. She holds a master's degree in psychology from the University of Hamburg/Germany and has helped thousands of clients make positive lifestyle changes. Petra has dedicated herself to empowering clients in taking better care of themselves, both physically and emotionally.
Petra’s specialty areas are weight management, emotional eating, and self-care, and in her work, she combines cognitive-behavioral therapy with mindfulness strategies. Her “prescription” for wellness is: To love yourself deeply, to honor your needs, and not ignore messages from your body. The goal is to set an intention for finding inner peace and treating yourself with love and self-compassion.
She is very passionate about teaching a daily practice of self-nurturing and not using food as a mood regulator. Her focus is on creating new healthy rituals that are sustainable in everyday life.
S3 Episode 7 | Meal prepping with Lauren
S3 Episode 06 | Melissa Petitto
S3 Episode 05 | Kara Pearson
Kara Pearson is considered a “Jill-Of-All-Trades” because of her wide skill-set in developing successful and impactful brands in the digital world. She grew up in Santa Barbara, CA where she started her own freelance company, Styled by Kara, that facilitates the growth of small-businesses with writing, graphic design, photography, and wardrobe styling. Although she originally started her career as a fashion stylist, she discovered her most profound passion is writing. She has published writing in several online/print publications, online blogs, and has a published book as a ghost-writer. By creating these thoughtful personal narratives, and producing ambitious stories with content, Kara creates a human connection.
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Live to thrive guest : Kara Pearson
Host: Lizzy Koetsier
Host: Lauren Bragg
S3 Episode 04 | Acrive Wear
In this episode with Lizzy and Lauren, they dive into their favorite activewear brands. Make sure you give it a like and a rating! Please, share it with your friends.
Starcycle swag https://www.instagram.com/starcyclesantabarbaraswag/
Ghost flower active https://www.instagram.com/ghostfloweractive/
S3 Episode 03 | Fashion With Lizzy and Lauren
Lizzy and Lauren take a deep dive into what fall fashion is, what it looks like for them and how they’re making changes to their wardrobe as were heading out into the world just a little more (and safely!).
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S3 Episode 02 | Erica Brown Owner of Dylan Star Boutique
This month we are focusing on fashion and closet overhaul. We interviewed the owner of Dylan Star boutique Erica Brown.
Erica Brown, the owner of Dylan Star, is making waves in the local retail world with her Grand Re-Opening of her clothing boutique that is now located in the Funk Zone. Her goal? She wanted to dress everyone in Santa Barbara and she’s accomplishing that in the new location that now offers menswear. When you shop with Erica, not only do you feel special, but you feel heard. She’s like a close friend behind the counter, guiding clients in their search for style, and encouraging confidence in every fitting. Erica Brown, the owner of Dylan Star, is making waves in the local retail world with her Grand Re-Opening of her clothing boutique that is now located in the Funk Zone. Her goal? She wanted to dress everyone in Santa Barbara and she’s accomplishing that in the new location that now offers menswear. When you shop with Erica, not only do you feel special, but you feel heard. She’s like a close friend behind the counter, guiding clients in their search for style, and encouraging confidence in every fitting.
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S3 Episode 01 | Intro to Season 3 with Lizzy and Lauren
Welcome to episode one of season three of the Live to Thrive podcast! In this episode, we’ll share what’s on the menu for the season and all of the fun, new, exciting changes! Plus, get a fresh intro into the lives of Lizzy and Lauren, what lights their fire, and more. Bring your glass of wine babes and follow us on Instagram
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S2 Episode 17 | Evan Elizabeth Schoolnik Berger
Evan was born and raised in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. She has always loved all things food, feeding people, and Santa Barbra. She also loves to introduce everyone to everything she loves. Along with SB food, Evan adores her kids, dogs, husband, and all things sparkly.
S2 Episode 16 | Leah Wasuta
Leah is the owner of Sirena. An approachable, luxurious boutique for California beach girls with taste. She’s also a professional makeup artist and focuses on making women feel their best on special days. She talks about thriving in Covid with a brick and mortar, how she harnesses her flawless eye for style and how she loves being a part of the funk zone community
S2 Episode 15 | Krystal Sieghart
Krystle Farmer Sieghart, SB local activist, womanist, and consultant. Attended SBCC majoring in Sociology and Black Studies, and now attends LAPU, as a senior, and majors in Organizational Leadership. While at SBCC she served on the SBCC ASG and on the SBCC Board of Trustees. Former Umoja employee at SBCC, then later worked at Girls Inc. for the Teen Center. She is a proud wife and mother of two, and now is building her own consulting business with other femtors.
S2 Episode 14 | Lizzy Koetsier and Lauren Bragg
In this episode, Lizzy and Lauren share what they’ve been up to, how they’re coping with a stay at home orders, and why you shouldn’t be shy to sell right now. Shout out to Rob Dail (The mindset mentor podcast)
S2 Episode 13 | Kayla Johnson Neal
The purpose is the embodiment of Kayla Johnson Fitness.
Beginning with a disciplined dance background, Kayla Johnson-Neal went full force applying her strength and grace towards the fitness industry 24 years ago. Wellness, health, and leadership have always been the center point of her life, and dedication to achieving her own personal fitness goals has given her the desire and fortitude to help others attain theirs.
A NASM Certified personal trainer, Kayla’s experiences range from one on one personal training, group training, instructing popular group exercise classes, running departments of high volume national fitness chains, owning and operating fitness companies and now owner, of Santa Barbara’s StarCycle. Kayla’s passion drives her clients to find their own happiness coupled with mind/body harmony. She facilitates accomplishing goals and increasing fitness aptitude and ability - promoting long term, permanent results. In short, encouraging fitness as a lifestyle and not a short term “fix."
Married to the love of her life, Mike Neal, together they have six children. Three off at College and three on their way! Life is good and full!
S2 Episode 12 | Katie Grimes
LOVE ADDICTION COACH HELPING WOMEN WHO WONDER IF LOVE SHOULD REALLY BE THIS HARD ATTRACT THE KIND OF LOVE THEY WANT
S2 Episode 11 | Allison Zeager
With the belief that fashion should not take precedent over our care for the environment, Allison utilizes discarded leather samples from the fashion industry (which would have otherwise ended up in landfills) and recycles the scraps into one-of-a-kind handcrafted jewelry and accessories.
S2 Episode 10 | Bonnie Mcvee
Bonnie is a life coach and she knows that you’ve got a lot of changes going on in your life right now. It can be frustrating and scary, or you might be excited about what you are creating in this next season of life. Either way listen to the podcast and say goodbye to what was and create a life that lights you up with Joy!
S2 Episode 9 | Lauren Wood
Lauren Wood is a partner at the Law Offices of Schurmer & Wood, a law firm specializing in personal injury and wrongful death across the State of California. In her free time, Lauren runs a travel blog named Travel is the Cure, where she provides tips and tricks for traveling smarter, and writes destination guides for her favorite places across the world. Lauren lives in Ventura with her husband Byron, two Frenchies and a cat.
S2 Episode 8 | Michael Brookins (Age Management Institute Santa Barbara)
Age Management Institute Santa Barbara (AMI), an integrative health and wellness organization that emphasizes the enhancement of health over the treatment of illness. AMI is focused on prevention and wellness, resulting in a more dynamic life through middle age and beyond.
S2 Episode 7 | Lizzy Koetsier
Born and raised in South Africa, I moved to California in 2012 and I found myself hustling to make ends meet. I recall working so hard that I forgot to create ANY downtime for myself.
After that rather dark period, I began working tirelessly for a business that didn’t value me, my talent or my time. But it paid the bills. Much to my distress, I knew that my visa time was running out in the USA and I was SO tired of making everyone else money! Also, it was crystal clear to me that I was intolerant of a life living paycheck to paycheck.
You know that saying “time is money?” Well, I learned it and I felt it and I came to the realization that I had to become the master of my destiny! No one was coming to save me, no one is coming to bail me out, this is a quest of my own.
FINALLY, I stepped into my power, realizing that I have SO MUCH offer and it was going all to waste on these futile projects.
I decided to do side hustles, this included podcasting and social media services and help local business owners grow their online presence. Im here to show you that if you are like me and want to connect with people and build your brand and grow as a person I am here to help you in all aspects of social media, from building your following to creating your own podcast, I’ll give you tips and tricks on how to monetize your platforms.
My ideal client needs to have a go-getter attitude that wants to learn but is also a self-starter. If you do not have those aspects this course is not for you
S2 Episode 6 | Lauren Bragg
Co-host Lauren dishes some SERIOUS details and secrets about her life. Talk about getting real real! Listen to learn some of her juiciest tips and life hacks. You don’t want to miss this!!
S2 Episode 5 | Monica Ballon-Kalinowski
Monica is a Latina twin mama coach with a windy, unexpected life path like most of us: Scientist to educator, autoimmune complications, infertility, successful IVF, surprise non-IVF twins, and then first time entrepreneur at 40.
While wrangling a preschooler and infant twins, she coaches on all things life and career and advocates for safer personal care products as a director with Beautycounter.
S2 Episode 4 | Natalie Puglisi
WHAT IF I TOLD YOU THAT LEGALLY PROTECTING YOUR DREAM IS EASIER AND CHEAPER THAN YOU THINK?
You know it’s important to legally protect your business but it seems overwhelming, expensive and super intimidating!
We all get lost in the legal jargon and convince ourselves that we can “figure it out” ourselves in order to save some money. We convince ourselves that by hiding, ignoring and not dealing with them, they will eventually work themselves out.
WELL, NO MORE.
I’m here to help you CHANGE THE WAY you set up your business and empower you to setup into a business that is legally protected. My goal is to give back control over the legal base for your business.
Let’s get down to business! I’m here to help you get your business legally sound so you can grow your business without worry or fear.