The Hungry for Happiness Podcast

Hosted by Samantha Skelly, the Hungry For Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations and comedy to shake up the way you connect to yourself and the world. Samantha Skelly is a best selling author, international speaker and the founder of Hungry For Happiness.
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Sep 19, 2018

I️ absolutely loved interviewing Guy Ferdman. We got to hang out in person at his home in Cardiff and we talked about how he manages his relationships to fear, judgments, and anxiety. What I️ loved about this episode and him is how open he is about his emotionality, the way he lives his life, fears and anxiety. It was so beautiful to hear him completely open up and share. We talked all about why we struggle with self worth on a mass scale and understanding the issues behind self worth and why it's such an epidemic. We're all struggling with where that comes from and we talked about how to move through those some of those things. We talked a lot about relationship dynamics, understanding how we show up in relationships, due to our family dynamics, and how how we saw that growing up. So it was an absolutely nourishing conversation and I️ know you're going to love it.

About Guy Ferdman

Guy is a modern-day shaman and co-founder of Satori Prime. A spiritual truth-sayer whose warrior spirit merges ancient wisdom with modern practicality against the backdrop of everyday life. In the past, Guy has helped thousands of entrepreneurs in over 23 countries launch their businesses online. A marketing genius, the essence of his work has always been to coach people to profound breakthroughs at lightning speed. Satori Prime’s message is deeply personal to Guy. Having spent 7+ years in a state of anger and depression, he opted to take his first Landmark Forum. It was there that he realized his ability to craft his own reality. That he had always had a choice in how felt and in how he viewed his external reality. Guy now teaches thousands of people around the world to claim that same power.


In this episode, Guy shares:

  • How he manages his relationships to fear, judgments, and anxiety.
  • Why we struggle with self worth on a mass scale and the underlying issue with manifestation.
  • Why we avoid feeling our emotions and how we’re affected by our family members.
  • Acknowledging the spectrum of life; how it’s hard, driven, creative, and beautiful at the same time.
  • Inner integrity, using our words as a power source, and cultivating trust within ourselves to fulfill our dreams.
  • How frustration and confusion create opportunities for learning and breakthroughs.


You can find more of Guy at:

Website | Instagram | Facebook


Sep 12, 2018

I had the pleasure of interviewing one of my best friends in the whole world, Ms. Angie Lee. This conversation goes really deep into women’s health and I interviewed her about her story around getting her breast implants removed. I know this is a really sensitive subject and my intention for this conversation is education. If your someone who has breast implants, I don’t want you to feel shameful, I just want this conversation to be in the world for education. Just hear what she has to say, hear her story. I would absolutely love for you to tell me how you enjoyed this.


About Angie Lee

Angie Lee is a health coach turned business mentor, 7-figure organic marketing unicorn, and serial entrepreneur. Her gift is helping women build insane confidence, master their marketing and monetize their passions online. After her Frenchies, Meatball & Cacao, and early bedtimes, she's obsessed with helping women gain more.

In this episode, Angie shares:

  • Why she decided to remove her breast implants and how her life has changed.
  • What women with breast implants or those contemplating the procedure should know.
  • Why we stay in situations that make us unhappy and how to take action.
  • Using CBD oils to help naturally heal anxiety and other health issues.
  • An important question we need to ask ourselves when it comes to happiness.
  • Chasing goals and taking risks without being attached to the income.


You can find more of Angie at:

Website | Instagram

Sep 5, 2018

Lucas and I were connected through a mutual friend and during our conversation I just felt this flow with him. I love his outlook on life and I love his perspective on this human experience. It’s so refreshing and beautiful! We talked about what we need to remove in order to finally feel like ourselves. It was a really powerful conversation!

About Lucas Bell

As a prosperity coach, Lucas helps people, especially millennials, find their zone of genius through his coaching programs revealing the purpose and possibilities of their lives. He has spent the last ten years understanding and developing the energetic and emotional facets of our human experiences, and has created a step by step process for you unleash your true self, building a lifestyle of unlimited abundance around who you really are and what you really want.


In this episode, Lucas shares:

  • The beginning steps of connecting to your zone of genius.
  • Patterns that prevent us from connecting to our heart and making decisions from our heart.
  • How unprocessed emotions turn into unresolved feelings and create blocks in our life.
  • Important questions we need to ask ourselves in order to release stories that keep us stuck.


You can find more of Lucas at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram

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Aug 22, 2018

Joel is a very special person to me. He’s been one of my unofficial mentors since I started the company. He is such a force for good in the world. He has so many social impact initiatives that he’s contributing to. He is a advocate for conscious business, ethical spending, and creating big changes through small actions.


About Joel Solomon

Joel is a Founding Partner of Renewal Funds Company, Canada’s leading mission venture capital company investing in organic products and environmental technologies. He is Chair of Hollyhock, a lifelong leadership learning centre on Cortes Island, BC, and Founder of the Social Venture Institute.

In this episode, Joel shares:

  • How an aggressive kidney disease lead him to discover what’s important in life.
  • Accepting ‘what is’ and doing the best with what we have.
  • The true meaning of acceptance and how it propels us to change.
  • How small choices create societal ripple effects.
  • The importance of money consciousness and how it affects future generations.

You can find more of Joel at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram


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Aug 15, 2018

This was one of those juicy, real down to earth episodes (these are my absolute favorites) and I found the conversation to be super relatable. Heather spoke about how to change your relationship to fear and challenges that come up in life because they will always show up, it’s apart of our human experience. She talked about simple easy ways to manifest what we want, because that will look different for everyone and it’s not as complicated as we think it should be.


About Heather Chauvin


Heather Chauvin BSW has been named the next generation’s thought leader in parenting and women’s leadership. Her mission is to crack women open to their deep potential and help them create the life their soul craves. She is the creator of the New & Noteworthy Podcast, the Mom Is In Control Podcast, and has been featured on the OWN network, Huffington Post, TV outlets and others. Through her Courageous Rewrite Initiative, Heather gives voice to many humans who courageously took inspired action to create lives they’re proud of. With wit and wisdom, Heather inspires a global community of women to take back control of their lives and evolve how they lead, work, play, and parent.

In this episode, Heather shares:


  • How being diagnosed with cancer gave her the opportunity to start living a full life.
  • Simple, easy ways to manifest our true desires (This was such an amazing discussion!)
  • Identifying our challenges and shifting our belief systems with motherhood.
  • How to notice the difference between choosing suffering and navigating discomfort.

You can find more of Heather at:


Website | Facebook | Instagram

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Aug 8, 2018

This conversation was absolutely incredible. What I love about this episode is that Glenn and I have very different approaches and there's not one approach that suits everybody, so I love bringing experts on that see things a little different than me, but I still so deeply appreciate how they support people. This conversation is all about overcoming binge eating as a male, so if you know any males in your life who struggle with this I invite you to send this podcast to them, how our brains become hijacked by binge eating foods, reptilian brain and survival mode, and we get into the scientific and psychological approach, which I really love.


About Glenn Livingston

Glenn Livingston, Ph.D. is a veteran psychologist and was the long time CEO of a multi-million dollar consulting firm which has serviced several Fortune 500 clients in the food industry. Disillusioned by what traditional psychology had to offer overweight and/or food obsessed individuals, Dr. Livingston spent several decades researching the nature of bingeing and overeating via work with his own patients AND a self-funded research program with more than 40,000 participants. Most important, however, was his own personal journey out of obesity and food prison to a normal, healthy weight and a much more light hearted relationship with food.

In this episode, Glenn shares: 

  • The correlation between struggling with food and other areas of life.
  • How our brains become hijacked by binge eating foods.
  • The easiest way to naturally cure food addictions. 
  • How to overcome feeling 'powerless' and out of control around food. 
  • Steps you can take to overcome urges to binge in the moment. 


You can find more of Glenn at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Are you ready to end the battle with food and your body?

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Jul 18, 2018

Today on the show, I have my first ever business coach who is a total trailblazer. He embodies the essence of true leadership and we’re talking about a different type of leadership in this conversation and it’s so exciting. It’s not about corporate leadership, leading big missions, or having big followings. It’s about personal leadership. What does it mean to be the leader of your own life and what qualities do we need to embody to step into the ultimate form of self love, which is leadership.

About Shannon Graham

For over 15 years Shannon has helped leaders change the world by doing the impossible. He truly believes through the synergy of transformational coaching and collaboration we can usher in an age of unprecedented peace and prosperity to the world. His first book The Revolution of Self is focused on helping individuals find and fulfill their potential and purpose. His latest book Expand focuses on what I describe as the new era of leadership. At the end of the day my passion is seeing people thrive to their utmost.

In this episode, Shannon shares:

  • How to become the soul of your environment and actively contribute to your space.
  • Why most people believe leadership is not for them.
  • How to become a leader and create change in your life.
  • Why we don’t have to sacrifice everything to follow our dreams.
  • Creating environments that force us to expand and grow.
  • Living in an age where we’re more distracted and consumed.
  • Where the greatest suffering in the human experience comes from.
  • Putting ourselves on the line and discovering who we’re called to be.

You can find more of Shannon at:


Website | Facebook | Linkedin | Book

Are you ready to end the battle with food and your body?

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Jul 4, 2018

In this episode, we talk a lot about the power of sexual energy and why a lot of women are disconnected from sex and their vaginas. We talk about removing the negative stigma sex has and how to connect back into your body. We offer light tips on how to remove blocks around sex, so we’re not healing sexual trauma in this episode, but we are providing people who have shame around sex tools to be able to truly get honest with themselves and reconnect to their bodies.


About Kim Anami

Kim is a holistic sex + relationship coach, writer, and speaker whose work is grounded in over two decades of integrated practice in Tantra, Taoism, Transpersonal psychology, philosophy, and other renegade healing modalities. Her viral media campaigns have reached over 100 million. Her musings have graced Playboy, Elle, Oprah Magazine, Marie Claire, Shape, The Sunday Times (UK), The Daily Mail, GQ and national talk shows from E! Network to CNN and NPR.


In this episode, Kim shares:


8:00- Some common blocks people experience with their sexual energy.

11:47- The reason why most women are disconnected from vaginal orgasms.

17:40- Why western kegel exercises don’t work and how to truly strengthen your vagina.

27:40- How to be radically honest with your partner to preserve your sexual energy.

35:02- Some tools ‘heady’ women can use in order to stay sexually engaged.


You can find more of Kim at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram


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Jun 27, 2018

I️ absolutely loved getting to know Mel. As soon as we got on the podcast, we were like, "Hey! You're the British version of me and I'm the Canadian version of you!" She doing incredible things over in the UK with the body image and relationship to food movement. She's an absolutely incredible human. Mel had a seven year battle with eating disorders and in this episode we talked about how she recovered and how she had to accommodate everything in her life to serve her eating disorder. Her and I️ both talked about how we used vegetarianism and veganism as a way to mask our disordered eating. I️ didn't realize I️ was doing that until I️ realized I️ was doing that. This conversation was full of honesty, really asking yourself if that is what you're doing and why you're doing that for other reasons. So we talked about what would your life look like if you never struggled with your eating disorder? 


About Mel Wells

Mel Wells is an Eating Psychology Coach,TEDX Speaker + the Bestselling Author of ‘The Goddess Revolution’,with her second book Hungry For More on the way this July. She is Hay House’s youngest author +has been featured in Forbes Under 30, who said “Mel Wells is giving a voice to the silent struggle billions of women know so well.” Mel helps us ditch dieting for good find= what they're truly hungry for, through her online program+retreats.

In this episode, Mel shares:

5:34: How to recognize when self soothing is becoming a numbing mechanism.

10:00- Mel’s journey to recovery from a seven year battle with eating disorders.

19:17- How to identify when you’re coping with an addictive behavior.

27:00- How to eat intuitively when you’ve dieted your entire life.

35:30- What would you do if you’d never had an eating disorder?

You can find more of Mel at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Are you ready to end the battle with food and your body?

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Jun 20, 2018

Today on the show I️ have Amanda Bucci. For those of you who follow me on Instagram you know that Amanda is one of my dear friends. She’s a sweet, incredible woman and a total fitness expert. She is an amazing entrepreneur and in this episode we talked about how dysfunctional the fitness industry is. Amanda and I️ were both fitness competitors, I️ did bikini competitions,  and we talked about how that industry often, not always, is a mask for eating disorders and that is how I️ used it. I️ was like, “I️ don’t have a problem. I’m committed. I’m dedicated.” After doing some personal self discovery I️ realized it was actually a crutch for me to try and get myself out of disordered eating. It’s just an interesting conversation in order to be clear about what’s going on in the fitness industry.

About Amanda Bucci

Amanda is a fitness influencer, Boss Lady CEO, and her superpower is connection to others, and connecting others to themselves. She serves entrepreneurs by helping design the life of their dreams through business, health, and social media growth. She also is the host the Bucci Radio Podcast, and the Co-Founder of the Fitness Online Coaching Academy - a certificate program for online fitness coaches.

In this episode, Amanda shares:

5:45- How to access your full potential.

12:30- Amanda’s experience with bikini competitions and how she overcame the extreme lifestyle.

22:30- How to remove the rules around food and eat intuitively.

28:30- How to return to a normal lifestyle after a bikini competition.

35:34- A huge factor you should pay attention to when shifting your mindset around food.


You can find more of Amanda at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram


Are you ready to end the battle with food and your body?

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Jun 13, 2018

This girl is full of fire, full of truth, just spittin it raw and real and I so appreciate her. I was on her show and we just had a great conversation, so I wanted to get back in the saddle and pull some nuggets from her because it was just so fun the first time. In this episode we talked about mother wounding, hypnosis, the power of the subconscious mind and how it has such an impact over our reality and how we are showing up every single day. We talk about inner child, which I know, is a hot topic here on this show and how to truly embody what surrendering is.

About Caty Pasternak

Caty’s  journey to healing a lifetime of body shame/disordered eating led her to diving deep into the spiritual and scientific foundations of transformation to which she’s utilized for transforming every other area of her life. Currently, she finds women eager to learn more about the unconscious realm and how to make deep energetic shifts within us to not only heal wounds, but to become embodied quantum creators and live a life of flow.

In this episode, Caty shares:


9:58- Healing mother wounding and feeling compassion for our mothers.

15:35- What we’re missing in our healing process.

26:00- How to utilize hypnosis to heal our wounds.

27:25- Knowing when to surrender and when to take inspired action.

35:46- Leaning into the unfamiliarity of life.

You can find more of Caty at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Are you ready to end the battle with food and your body?

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Jun 6, 2018

Today I'm interviewing Lisa Shield. Lisa went on 199 dates before she found her now husband! That is some serious dedication. This episode is all about love, relationships, how to clear the love blocks that are preventing us from attracting our soul mate. I know before my partner and I started dating, I had to identify so many beliefs about love; who I was and how I existed in a relationship. I had to clear so many masks and beliefs for that love to come in. We also talked about the importance of developing a relationship with our inner child which is so important in the conversation of love.


About Lisa Shield


Lisa Shield is one of the very first love coaches on the planet. Over the past 16 years, she’s helped thousands of singles and couples create loving, lasting relationships, showing them how to “share their head before they share their bed” by getting Emotionally Naked. Lisa has a Master’s in Spiritual Psychology, is a certified coach with The Coaches Training Institute & she trained closely with Don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements.


In this episode, Lisa shares:


  • 6:50- What we need to embody in order to attract true love.
  • 12:03- How to shift your mindset around love.
  • 22:30- Major blocks that prevent women from finding their soul mate.
  • 32:12- How to feel safe individually instead of depending on someone else.
  • 42:10- How to talk to your partner when triggered.


You can find more of Lisa at:


Website | Instagram


Are you ready to end the battle with food and your body?

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May 30, 2018

We talked about soulful-consensual sex, how to go deeper with your partner, exploring sexuality, exploring your own sexuality, exploring sexuality in your relationship, how to feel safe with your body, and we talked about releasing body shame. I️ know you guys talk to me all of the time about the shame around our bodies, especially if we have history of sexual trauma or abuse and so this episode really is powerful and Melissa offers so much incredible information.


About Melissa Ambrosini

Melissa is the bestselling author of Mastering Your Mean Girl & Open Wide, host of the number one podcast The Melissa Ambrosini Show, a speaker & self-love teacher. Named a 'self-help guru' by Elle Magazine her mission is to inspire women to create a heart-centred life one that’s wildly wealthy, fabulously healthy and bursting with love.

In this episode, Melissa shares: 

10:11- How to dispel the shame around your body.

21:10- How to have deeper, soulful sex with your partner.

32:52- Practices and belief systems to find your sexuality.

34:00- Using food as an emotional barrier for safety.


You can find more of Melissa  at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Are you ready to end the battle with food and your body?

Sign up for my free 5 Day Food Freedom Challenge here.

May 23, 2018

In this episode, we shifted gears a little bit and we talked about motherhood and entrepreneurship. There’s a lot of you who are mothers. You’re doing that incredible balance of motherhood and entrepreneurship or motherhood and work life, balancing motherhood and being a wife….all the things, so many plates! So we talk about the real conversation around all of that. How challenging that is and how much of an honor it is. So we talk about releasing control and why we refuse to be internal because there’s nothing to be tangibly gained. It is so interesting when we talk about how we can improve our internal landscapes so we that we can see the results externally vs the other way around where we constantly hustle.


About Mary Shores

Mary Shores is the founder and CEO of a multi-million dollar business. Recognized as a thought leader, Mary teaches individuals how to inspire others, create new ways of thinking, achieve their goals, and take action to create meaningful results. She developed the Words That Work system, which inspired her Hay House book, Conscious Communications. Mary travels across the nation giving lectures and teaching courses, and has been featured on international television shows, podcasts, and blogs.

In this episode, Mary shares:


  • 12:22- Why we refuse to internally process our emotions and belief systems so they can reflect in our external word.
  • 22:00- Going through a divorce and rebuilding a business as a single mother.
  • 29:52- The generational difference in belief systems around motherhood.
  • 34:52- How to get laser clear on what you want to increase the quality of your life.


You can find more of Mary at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Are you ready to end the battle with food and your body?

Sign up for my free 5 Day Food Freedom Challenge here.


May 16, 2018

I spoke with Rob Kandell, who is such a genius when it comes to relationships. The polarity of relationships, flowing in and out of the masculine and feminine energy with partners and how high powered women can settle into their feminine. I get this question a lot, and it is so good. We also move into asking our partners for what we truly need, identifying what our needs are in a relationship, and how to ask for them powerfully.

About Robert Kandell


Born and raised to be a "normal person", ROB diverted from his path at the age of 28 and started a deep journey into discovering truly he truly is. It led to him leaving the corporate world, selling his house, divorcing his wife and starting an business around conscious relationship and sexuality ( At 44, left that world and started anew in Los Angeles. He is now, happily married, a podcaster, and business and life coach.


In this episode, Robert shares:


  • 7:45- Why men are intimidated by successful women and how it affects relationships.

  • 11:36- How high-powered women can shift into their feminine with partners.

  • 13:28- Why it’s so common for women to embody masculine energy.

  • 22:09- A huge reason why relationships get stuck.

  • 29:18- How we co-create high and low experiences in our lives.

  • 31:22- A framework on expressing true desires to your partner.

  • 44:39- How to include and educate your partner on your needs.


You can find more of Robert at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram


Are you ready to end the battle with food and your body?

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May 9, 2018

I have my girl Lori Harder back on the show. Lori is a returning guest and I know a lot of you are already familiar with how incredible this woman is. I am so grateful to not only call her a soul sister but I’m so grateful I get to witness her brilliance in the world. She is just one of those people who increases your frequency when you’re around them.


About Lori Harder


Lori Harder is a leading expert in the field of fitness, transformational work, mindfulness, and self-love. As a self-made millionaire, successful entrepreneur, author, cover model, and three-time fitness world champion, she offers a carefully curated set of practical tools to promote sustainable health, spiritual well-being, and financial freedom. She is the creator of the Earn Your Happy podcast and the author of A Tribe Called Bliss, launching on May 8th.

In this episode, Lori shares:


  • 12:36- Why our health depends on the people around us.
  • 20:40- The fear of feeling left out and feeling like you have nothing to offer.
  • 25:25- How to authentically connect with like minded individuals.
  • 37:22- How to bring lightness and enjoyment to your healing process.  


You can find more of Lori at:


Website | Facebook | Instagram

Are you ready to end the battle with food and your body?

Sign up for my free 5 Day Food Freedom Challenge here.

May 2, 2018

We talked about father wounding, daddy issues, for lack of a better term. That’s a technical term, “daddy issues” if you guys didn’t know. But honestly, we get so much of this in our community. We talk about this a LOT. There’s a lot of concepts about father wounding in the society so our team decided to bring Karin on the really talk about this. We’re talking about father wounding, relationships, relationship patterns, why empaths attract narcissists, a HUGE hot topic.


About Dr. Karin Luise

Dr. Karin is a Transformational Life Coach and speaker and an award-winning author of “The Fatherless Daughter Project.” She helps people find freedom and power by firing up alignment, authenticity and passion. She is the creator of the Break the Rules Challenge for Women and Root Down, Fire Up Mastermind – a guide to total life transformation. She’s the host of “The Dr. Karin Show”, where she talks to leading edge visionaries about heart-centered living and soul expansion.

In this episode, Karin shares:

4:29- How we can honor ourselves as mothers.

19:37- More information on The Fatherless Daughter Project and why it’s changing so many lives.

26:39- Why we end up in unhealthy relationships and how we can stop the pattern.

32:09- How to tell if you’re in a relationship with a narcissist.

35:34- The definition of gaslighting and the dynamic between narcissists and empaths.


You can find more of Karin at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram


Are you ready to end the battle with food and your body?

Sign up for my free 5 Day Food Freedom Challenge here.


Apr 25, 2018

In this episode, we are diving into relationships which is Amy's zone of genius. We’re really talking about the difference between loneliness and being alone. You know a lot of you guys have mentioned to me and talked to me about the fact that you just feel lonely and we dig into that. We go into the common themes of what is blocking people from attracting love.  

About Amy

Amy Young is a life coach who specializes in serving up truth and dishing out empowerment to all the single ladies! Along with her  hard-hitting (but hilarious) YouTube videos, she now speaks to people via her brand new podcast: JUST WHAT YOU NEEDED, which provides twice-weekly episodic, empathic solutions to the most annoying, everyday struggles we all kinda fall victim to. Yay.

In this episode, Amy shares:

 9:42- How to step out of our emotions when we feel flooded.

14:34- Find out the difference between loneliness and being alone.

21:05- A big reason we should recreate our belief systems around love and intimacy.

30:23- The most effective way we can show up in relationships.

39:30- How to shift our focus and attract the person we want.

You can find more of Amy at:

Website | YouTube | Instagram


Are you ready to end the battle with food and your body?

Sign up for my free 5 Day Food Freedom Challenge here.

Apr 18, 2018

EP 046: More Courage, Less Fear with Kate Swoboda

This episode is all about courage and the reason why I love the whole idea of living a courageous life is what it leads to. When we’re on the edge of what is kind of  uncomfortable, (I say this all of the time, my like feels like a constant wedgie because it’s always a little uncomfortable) what we get to experience by living on our edge and stepping into the things that terrify us, leads to so much. It’s truly where the magic happens. We’re not going to be able to understand how incredible we are until we push the edge of it and really explore what it is.

About Kate

Kate Swoboda is Director of the Courageous Living Coach Certification at and creator of, where she teaches people how to change old patterns of self-doubt and create courageous habits (and courageous lives) using the neuropsychology of habit-formation. Her first book, The Courage Habit: How to Accept Your Fears, Release the Past, and Live Your Courageous Life (New Harbinger Publications) will be on shelves in spring 2018.


In this episode, Kate shares:

5:07- The foundation of courage and how to access it.

10:28- How fear based behaviors become our default actions.

15:50- What fear actually means and the most effective way to heal our relationship with it.

20:10- The role fear plays in our lives.

24:37- What to do when we have a fear of failure.


YouTube Videos Referenced in the episode:

Shit new aged girls say:


You can find more of Kate at:

Website | Facebook | Instagram | Book

Apr 4, 2018

This episode is a little bit different from what we normally do. We heavily focus on the mental, emotional side of binge eating and this episode brings you a science based approach. I respect it and I love it and I’m excited to hear how you guys dig it. I want to hear your thoughts so make sure you are commenting on iTunes and letting me know how you like it. Kathryn Hansen, the author of Brain Over Binge,  talks about the neural pathways of our brains and how we develop habits and addictions. She talks about her own recovery, why conventional therapy wasn’t effective and the top tools she used to build new habits around food.


About Kathryn

Kathryn Hansen recovered from bulimia in 2005; she is dedicated to educating & empowering women/men who struggle with binge eating. She is the author of "Brain over Binge," and "The Brain over Binge Recovery Guide". Kathryn also leads online courses to support individuals in achieving recovery. Her books & courses offer an alternative perspective--teaching brain-based reasons for binge eating, and departing from mainstream ideas that say eating disorders are the result of underlying emotional/psychological problems.


In this episode, Kathryn shares:

4:35- Why conventional therapy couldn’t cure Kathryn's binges.

6:00- Our brain’s scientific response to dieting.

8:28- How Kathryn developed the habit of binge eating and how she overcame it.

17:02- The difference between food addictions and habitual patterns around food.

19:50- The main thing we need to do in order to stop binging.

25:30- The importance of eating adequately.

29:04- How to eat in a way that feels normal.



You can find more of Kathryn at:



Instagram: @brain_over_binge


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Mar 21, 2018

Today I am interviewing Kali Rogers! We had such a great interview. She is such a cool chick and you guys are going to realize this once you start listening. We chatted about the power of choice, something I’m stoked on; I loved that conversation, and approaching life from a place of curiosity rather than attachment. So often, we want to control our way to happiness, and we all know that doesn’t work. We cling onto identities that make us feel like crap because we’re truly afraid of what will happen if we let go. But letting go is where the magic happens. I talk about this a lot in our community and it’s the whole concept of our structured selves vs our fluid selves. Our structured self is the identity of who we think we need to be and our fluid self is recognizing what feels good to us in the moment. The more we can allow ourselves to be fluid, the easier it is for us to make choices that are in pure alignment with what we want.


Kali Rogers

Kali Rogers is the Founder of Blush Online Life Coaching. She and her team of coaches provide support, motivation, guidance, and advice to girls via videoconference from around the globe for only $79/mo. As well as working with her own individual clients, she provides personality trainings for companies around the country and is the author of, “Conquering Your Quarter Life Crisis: How to Get Your Shit Together in Your 20’s.”


In this episode, Kali shares:

2:07- How the fear of isolation shows up in every aspect of our growth.

7:10- Recognizing and releasing identities that are no longer in alignment.

10:13- Understanding the difference between what we can and cannot control.

14:00- Kali’s transition from pursuing a career as an attorney to a life coach.

23:04- Conquering Your Quarter Life Crisis: How to Get Your Shit Together in Your 20s.

27:00- The first thing we should do when we feel stuck.

35:00- Approaching life from a place of curiosity instead of control.

41:12- Why attachment blocks our ability to manifest.


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