Karey Spransy is a resilience coach who knows what it’s like to feel overwhelmed and pushed down by life. Her experiences as a single teen mother, losing two loved ones to suicide, going through two divorces, and battling stage IV-4 colon cancer taught her how to use setbacks as springboards and failures as fuel.
For a self-professed extrovert and FOMO junkie, the joy of missing out felt like giving up, so she changed JOMO to the Joy Of Moving On. Through her one-on-one coaching and group programs, she teaches others how to find their JOMO and just Do The Damn Thing.
She is unapologetically real and holds nothing back in her storytelling. She uses grace and humor to make you laugh, cry, and cry-laugh about the absurdities of life and feel inspired to find your JOMO.
Robyn Harris describes herself as a Soul Alignment Mentor as she strongly believes that if we want to experience real and lasting wellbeing we need to be true to who we really are, what she calls our Soul Self. For Robyn this means listening to – and following – our own unique inner wisdom and guidance.
However trauma, in its many and varied forms, can cause us to feel cut off from this sense of direction and security.
Robyn is therefore passionate about how we can find our own unique and individual ways of reconnecting with this deep sense of self.
Studying MetaConsciousness™ had such a profound impact on Robyn that she now loves sharing with others how our thoughts and beliefs impact on our wellbeing, and how our bodies respond to these and to the world around us.
Having this knowledge enables us to make the choices that will best support our wellbeing.
Having known what it’s like to feel stressed, ill and overwhelmed, she is passionate about holding a safe and nurturing space in which to intuitively and gently inspire others to reconnect with their sense of joy, purpose and love of Life.
She loves Nature and animals and loves exploring the insights they can offer to help us on our journey.
And when we realise that we are the creators of our own future we can do this in the ways that are most effective for us – and we can make it fun!
Brent Huras is a productivity coach. He coaches his clients to reclaim their power, their wellness, their responsibility, their sense of purpose, and to reach their full potential. When we talk about and think about productivity, we normally think about getting as much stuff done as possible. When we don’t do as much as we think we should be doing, we accuse ourselves of being lazy, unproductive, and a failure. However, Brent teaches his clients that trying to force yourself to do more and be more isn’t going to work in the long run. What we need to do is to learn more about ourselves and why we do the things we do, what limiting beliefs we have, and ultimately learning to accept who we are before we can start making changes. In order to improve our lives, we also need to learn to cultivate self-discipline, focus, and clarity of perception.
In Brent’s words, “What I do is coach people into sustainable, high-level productivity. This basically means being in a place where:
a) You know what your major aspirations are,
b) You have a strategy to make them happen,
c) You’re taking daily action on the strategy, and
d) You’re enjoying yourself as you go about all of it.
When I work with people I’m helping them cultivate all 4 of these major aspects as much as possible so that they can start operating from this state of productivity that I’m talking about. It makes life juicy, and it creates this really nice feeling of being *on track*.”
Hi, I’m Brent. The foremost focus of my life is humanity’s evolution. I think it’s safe to say now that our entire population is in a bit of a crunch-period right now. We’re beset by political, economic, and environmental concerns that need to be brought under control as quickly as possible. As it appears to me: every time a single human being starts to reclaim their power, their wellness, their responsibility, their sense of purpose, the scales are tipped in the right direction.
I Help People Reach Their Potential. I myself have emerged out of a deep depression wherein I felt utterly hopeless, powerless. That was in 2015, and since then I’ve been focusing on reaching out to as many people as I can to coach them into greater and greater wellness.
I Learn About Who You Are, And Get You Out Of Your Own Way. In my work with clients, I operate mostly from intuition. I’m gifted at listening and quickly locating the source of a person’s limiting beliefs or learned powerlessness. I have mapped out the process of cultivating the self-discipline, focus, and clarity that are required to get our lives in order and functioning better than ever before. As a result my clients get fitter, lose weight, curb their addictions, earn more money, and start projects that they’ve been unable to begin up until now.
Brent presents the idea of "your highest aspiration", the reason you're here, and the reason you do what you do. This is the root of your motivation, your belief in your own daily practice.
David speculates on the artist's drive to create art, and anyone's reason to produce and create in general. They both agree that the best work comes from pursuit of the thing itself, not from the search for approval or recognition.
Brent and David discuss what makes someone "officially" achieve a role or reputation, concluding that, ultimately, status is conferred by consensus. Brent presents the notions of subjective and objective ambitions, and the idea of "grip" on ambition, and what the appropriate amount of grip should be.
Today's 3 Takeaways
Take the time to get clear on your highest subjective and objective aspirations.
Be prepared and willing to change as a person, and for your aspirations to change with you.
Monitor your enjoyment. Align your enjoyment of life with your ambition.
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Dawna Campbell is a professional speaker, international healer, and best seller author, sharing her techniques. In this episode, Dawna and I discuss how our thoughts and emotions influence and create the life we experience. Dawna shares her personal story of discovering how powerful thoughts are, and how we can utilize thoughts to create better lives for ourselves – a life of happiness, prosperity, and love. Our relationship with our thoughts plays a major role in determining how we perceive various situations in our lives. For example, the way we have learned to think about money and finances sets us up to create that version of reality. If we want to change how our reality is, we must become aware of our conditioned thoughts and emotions about the situation. Then we can begin to heal ourselves and create new realities.
Known as the Mind Whisperer, Dawna combines her past knowledge, wisdom, and experience to assist you in creating and restoring a life of happiness, prosperity, and love. Dawna has over 25 years combined years of professional experience. As a former Financial Advisor, her book, Financially Fit, is a #1 Amazon International Best Seller bringing together the world of money and the energy body, and the souls essence. She is a professional speaker sharing her techniques during interactive workshops and maintains an international private practice. Dawna has shared the stage with Lisa Nichols, Dr. Joe Vitale, Sharon Lechter, and Kevin Harrington. Her personal Heart Centered Healing philosophy is to create a world that is a better place for all to live.
“We are vibrational beings, producing an energy field of waves. These wave patterns are encoded with our life experiences and emotions through our brain wave patterns. These wave patterns send out signals to the universe, and return to us, the very thoughts, feelings, and emotions that we are having. As a Mind Whisperer®, I start with your conscious thought, and guide you to find the thought behind the thought, behind the thought…. back to the original thought through your emotions, and change the feeling associated with the thought to create a different experience.
Thought Form Energy Healing® is a life changing method that brings about instantaneous change by releasing the emotional heavy thought forms that were recorded in the subconscious and blocked in the body, and replace the thought form with a new emotional experience to a life of happiness, prosperity, and love for you.
Here are some examples of how Thought Form Energy Healing® might assist you:
– Health: Increasing your overall wellness, dis-creating sickness and illness
– Wealth: Creating an abundant mindset, manifesting, and increasing prosperity
– Relationships: Attracting more love in your life, soulmates, family, community
– Spiritual: Aligning with your life purpose, path, and direction in life
– Emotional: Releasing trauma and abuse, self-worth, knowing that you matter”
Debbie Homewood is a Registered Psychotherapist and counsellor with 30 years experience in private practice and has three years experience as a full-time Pastoral Advisor. In this episode, Debbie and I discuss how people need, find, and create meaning in their lives using Viktor Frankl’s logotherapeutic techniques. Through awareness/mindfulness, we can use our innate freedom to will – our ability to find meaning in any situation in life – to create a meaningful and purposeful existence for ourselves. We do not have to remain at the mercy of our surroundings, other people, or our own pain – we can transcend all blockages and limitations to find meaning and, as a consequence, find happiness and fulfillment.
Debbie Homewood, RP
Debbie Homewood is a Registered Psychotherapist and counsellor with 30 years experience in private practice and has three years experience as a full-time Pastoral Advisor. Debbie has helped many people deal with life’s many painful, confusing and stressful situations such as illness, loss, grief, low self-esteem, conflict, difficulty in making decisions and loneliness.
Debbie is a certified biofeedback practitioner with a background in psychology, philosophy, yoga, meditation and metaphysics. She has studied biofeedback, consciousness and the mind-body connection in Canada, the USA and England. Her many years of research at The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education influence her to base her current work, as much as possible, on research.