Jennifer Urezzio specializes in helping people connect to themselves, to each other, and to the Divine. She founded a new paradigm, Soul Language, which provides guidance for understanding our true nature and tools for accessing deeper levels of awareness. This new insight into how the Soul expresses itself is being embraced by top healers, lifestyle coaches, and CEOs all over the world as a method for helping people recognize their purpose and live from a place of power and truth. Jennifer is the author of two books: Soul Language: Consciously Connecting with Your Soul for Success and A Little Book of Prayers, both available on Amazon. To learn more visit: www.SoulLanguage.us.
Scotty Studer is an IT geek (his words, not mine) who, over the course of 18 plus years in his profession, suffered from poor nutrition, too little sleep, and tried over and over again to make positive change, but the stress of work, family life, & plain old day-to-day distractions got in the way of the changes he knew he needed to make.
After finally making the decision to work with a couple coaches who helped show him the way, he started making some real changes across the board. Turns out it was a bunch of little stuff that added up to big results, and that's why he wrote his book "Small Changes Big Results," and I'm glad to have him on the show this week to walk us through some of what he shares in his book.
Julie Coraccio lives in Raleigh, NC, and is passionate about supporting people in creating the life they choose, deserve, and desire by learning how to clear clutter. She hosts her own weekly podcast "Clearing the Clutter Inside & Out."
She recently completed a 52-week book & video course, How to Declutter Your Life, designed to support you in clearing physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual clutter.
We talk about the difference between knowing & doing, trusting your intuition, the importance of having professional guidance, and why you can't separate yourself from your work.
Christopher Schwarz is a long-time woodworker and writer who has spent the last 20 years encouraging woodworkers to embrace more handwork in their shops. He built his first workbench when he was 11 and was introduced to handwork when his family built its first house on an Arkansas farm without electricity.
After formal training as a journalist at Northwestern University, Chris worked as a newspaperman by day and studied woodworking at night at the University of Kentucky. In 1996, he was hired as managing editor of Popular Woodworking, where he helped resuscitate the magazine and introduced more handwork into its pages. He eventually became editor and began writing books and teaching woodworking classes.
In 2007 he founded Lost Art Press LLC, a publishing company devoted to one thing: reviving handwork. By 2011, Lost Art Press had grown so much that Chris stepped down as editor of Popular Woodworking Magazine (he’s now a contributing editor) to focus on his company full time and build furniture commissions.
He’s the author of several woodworking books, including “The Anarchist’s Tool Chest,” “Workbenches: From Design & Theory to Construction & Use,” and “Campaign Furniture.” He has also has produced more than a dozen DVDs on handwork with Lie-Nielsen Toolworks and F+W Media Inc. He lives in Fort Mitchell, Ky., with his wife and two daughters.
He was a household name in the house I grew up with, and I'm super stoked I got to chat with him & share that with you. We talk about the nature of craftsmanship, the role of design in his life, preserving the genius of history's builders, and a lot more.
There's a lot in this one, so let's get to it...
Shama Hyder is the founder and CEO of the award-winning agency, The Marketing Zen Group, an integrated web marketing and digital PR firm. She is also a highly acclaimed international keynote speaker and a regular media correspondent, often featured across all major media channels, including MSNBC, Fox Business, Forbes, Inc. and The Wall Street Journal. She is the best-selling author of The Zen of Social Media Marketing (4th Edition) and Momentum: How to Propel Your Marketing and Transform Your Brand in the Digital Age.
VISIT HER SITE:
Shama and I discuss the importance of blending traditional & digital marketing, her inspirations, and a lot more.
VISIT THE SITE: