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Like everyone else in this world, you’ve struggled in life. Some of these struggles may have been traumatic, and these left lasting scars. So how do you use those struggles as motivation? Let the Struggle Guru, Kirsten Beverley-Waters, show you how.
Orit Krug is a board-certified dance movement therapist who helps women get past trauma through dance therapy so they can enjoy healthy, lifelong relationships with their partners. No stranger to trauma herself, Orit experienced betrayal on a daily basis due to her tumultuous childhood. This eventually affected her romantic relationships as she grew older.
Like most of us, Jen Broyles is no stranger to stress, anxiety, and all manner of mental health issues. Despite having a successful career in pharmaceutical sales, she found the best form of treatment was the natural process of holistic healing. After discovering the amazing benefits of breathwork and essential oils, she made it her life’s mission to help others restore and optimize their health by addressing the root cause of the symptoms.
Born into the foster care system, living in 8 homes by the age of 2 years old, and homeless on and off for six years from 12-18 years old, Tanya-Marie Dubé is a show host, a motivational speaker, published author and online educator. She has a powerful paid membership for women entrepreneurs called Soulful Entrepreneur Membership teaching women entrepreneurs how to master their influence in their businesses through developing their spirituality and connection to source so that they can have lasting, massive impact in their lives and businesses. She is trained as a Results Coach with Tony Robbins, is certified as an Advanced Belief Clearing Practitioner and is finishing her masters in Metaphysical Sciences. She has been coaching for 28 years with an educational background in psychology.
Pretty much everybody experiences heartbreak at some point in their lives. Oftentimes, this experience leaves us feeling abandoned, hurt, and betrayed. Because of this trauma, we find it hard to enter into a new relationship without feeling anxious.
Our guest, Monica Parikh, is here to show us that no matter how broken we may feel, we can still attract a positive relationship. She hopes to help women build practical skills that can enable them to de-escalate conflict, set boundaries, break codependency and interdependence, and find their life’s purpose.
Life is full of experiences that either make us stronger or render us helpless. We’ve all been there, but accepting the past and leaving it in the past is something that not everyone can do. Luckily, Tash Leath-Hamilton isn’t like most people.Tash uses her God-given gift to help others shift their mindset, change problematic behaviors, and move forward to live their best lives possible. More than that, Tash is the kind of friend who is willing to have an honest conversation with you.
Cynthia Thurlow is a globally recognized expert in nutrition and intermittent fasting. She’s a highly sought-after CEO and the founder of the Everyday Wellness Project. In addition, Cynthia has been a practicing nurse for over 20 years and a two-time TedX speaker. Her second talk on intermittent fasting has been viewed nearly 6 million times. You can catch her by tuning into her Everyday Wellness Podcast, which Entrepreneur Magazine listed as one of the 25 Podcasts That Will Help You Grow in 2020.
Annette Comer is a savvy businesswoman who knows how to play the game—and win. She is a bestselling author, international speaker, 7-figure entrepreneur, and the founder of the World’s Greatest Women Academy. Anette started her career as a mechanical engineer, a profession dominated mostly by men. She dove into the corporate arena and came out on top with her excellent performance in project engineering and research management at a Fortune 500.
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