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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 29, 2017

Today on the podcast I have one of my mentors who I literally can't say enough good things about. He has changed my life in so many ways and I am endlessly grateful of the amount of love, support, care and attention he's poured into me since the beginning. I remember him saying to me, when I was first starting Hungry for Happiness, he grabbed my hand, looked me in the eye and said, "I believe in you." It's a moment I remember every time I feel like I'm pushing boulders uphill. This episode is all about relationships, childhood wounds and appreciation. Neil Moore has such wisdom around creating intimacy through conscious connection. He gives us beautiful insight to his marriage with his wife Hunter of over 30yrs and teaches us how to slow down so we can invite more ease into our own relationships.

 

About Neil

Neil Moore is the Founder and Executive Director of the Simply Music Institute of Learning & Education and the creator of the Simply Music Piano Method. Born in Melbourne, Australia in 1957, Neil began studying piano at the age of 7 and has spent most of his life actively involved in ‘playing-based’ music learning. He is deeply in love with his wife and spends his time traveling, running Simply Music, creating, building relationships and coaching. He also plans on living until 150 years young.

 

In this episode Neil shares

  1. How Neil and his wife have stayed in love with each other for over 30yrs.
  2. Appreciating the beauty of tragedy.
  3. Speaking to our inner child and addressing their needs.

 

What You’ll Hear:

19:40- How to create more connection in your relationships.

26:00- Finding love by being open to love.

28:00- Working at a relationship vs being in a relationship.

 

You can find more of Neil at:

http://www.simplymusic.com

www.facebook.com/thepianocoach

http://instagram.com/neilmoorepresents

 

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Sep 27, 2017

Sunny is an amazing, down to earth force full of radical honesty and in this episode we talk all about people pleasing, setting boundaries and standing behind your truth. This is such a hot topic in the Hungry for Happiness community and it was one of those things where I had to really be honest with myself and ask myself, “What is it costing me to be a people pleaser? What is it costing me to not put myself first? To not set healthy boundaries? To not be connected into my truth?”

 About Sunny

Sunny is a former broadcaster turned award winning video, social media and online business strategist. Sunny has worked with clients across industries – helping Hootsuite develop a YouTube series that increased subscriptions by 75% and Applebee’s hit 1 billion impressions in 1 day. Sunny is also the creator of BOSS Video Branding, a digital course on how to leverage social video for your business.

 What Sunny Shares:

  1. Her experience with people pleasing and how she’s worked to release it.
  2. Using vulnerability to create connections and set boundaries.
  3. The steps she took to build her business.
  4. How to reach a big audacious goals.  

 What You’ll Hear:

4:00- The most effective way to build a business and create a tribe.

11:30- How to be ok with pissing people off.

17:18- Important questions we should ask when we’re out of alignment.

21:50- The antidote to feeling stuck.

 

You Can Find More of Sunny at:

http://www.sunnylenarduzzi.com

https://www.facebook.com/SunnyLenarduzzi

http://instagram.com/sunnylenarduzzi

 

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Sep 22, 2017

Today’s episode is all about love and for those of you guys that know me, this is literally my favorite topic ever. Cole really teaches us how to infuse more love in our lives. She talks about her morning love rituals, the essence of what self love actually is and what it feels like in our body. It doesn’t matter if you have five minutes or two hours to do a self love ritual. It is so important to anchor in that energy in our bodies on a regular basis.

 

About Cole Bombino

Cole Bombino is a Love Coach, Healer, and Love Intuitive. She has coached thousands of women around the world, and has been the spark to open up their hearts so they can finally have the love that they desire. She has an incredible capacity to love and is recognized for her ability to teach women how to tap into their power.

 

In this episode, Cole shares:

1. How to feel self love on a visceral level.

2. Increasing productivity while surrendering and releasing control.

3. Her experience with breaking through restriction and binge eating.

4. Shifting from scarcity to abundance.

 

What You’ll Hear:

8:12- Peeling back the different layers of self love.

18:11- How to create a personalized morning ritual.

25:06- Connecting to our bodies through movement.

33:02- How high achievers can learn to soften and surrender.

41:02- Being productive in a feminine space.

 

You can find more of Cole at: 

http://colebombino.com/

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=14826476

http://www.instagram.com/colebombino

http://colebombino.com/the-freedom-project/

 

 

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Sep 20, 2017

JJ Virgin In this episode JJ and I spoke about all of the things. From motherhood, family, growing a business, sugar cravings, willpower and victimhood, we talked about how our mindset is the foundational support for every belief we have (something we talk about all the time on the show). So many of us become attached to a story of victimhood and if we're not mindful, it can seep into every area in our lives. I love how JJ breaks this down in the episode and sums it up with her quote, "There are no victims, only volunteers."

 

About JJ Virgin

Celebrity nutrition and fitness expert JJ Virgin teaches clients how to lose weight and master their mindset so they can lead bigger, better lives. She is author of 4 NY Times bestsellers: The Virgin Diet, The Virgin Diet Cookbook, JJ Virgin’s Sugar Impact Diet, and JJ Virgin’s Sugar Impact Diet Cookbook. Her memoir Miracle Mindset: A Mother, Her Son, & Life’s Hardest Lessons explores the powerful lessons in strength and positivity that she learned after her son Grant was the victim of a brutal hit-and-run accident . JJ hosts the popular JJ Virgin Lifestyle Show podcast and regularly writes for Huffington Post, Rodale Wellness, and other major blogs and magazines. She’s also a frequent guest on TV and radio and speaks at major events. In addition to her work with nutrition and fitness, JJ is also a business coach and founded the premier health entrepreneur event and community, The Mindshare Summit.

 

In this episode, JJ shares:

1. An in depth explanation of sugar cravings and the importance of reading food labels.

2. Her son’s near death experience and how it changed her life.

3. How being afraid of our next step is an opportunity to level up.

 

What You’ll Hear:

9:00- Is willpower actually a thing we all struggle with?

18:00- How our behaviors are a result of our belief systems.

22:00- What keeps JJ going?

31:00- How to continually level up when it gets sticky.

 

You can find more of JJ at:

Website: www.jjvirgin.com

 

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Sep 15, 2017

Today I brought on my dear friend and client Mrs. Chelsey Dixon. Chelsey talks to us today about her journey through her battle with her eating disorder and how she is recovering. She really talks about how everyday is an opportunity for us to get deeper and connected into our body for us to heal and grow a little bit more. Chelsey recently completed The Society, which is our signature group coaching program, and she had such an incredible transformation. I wanted her to come on the show and share that with you guys.

 

About Chelsey

Chelsey Dixon is the owner and principal photographer of Chelsey Luren Portraits: a portrait studio specializing in helping women feel confident and beautiful through boudoir and glamour photography.

After a full recovery from a decade long eating disorder, she transformed her passion for art and helping others into a career of photography. Infusing body positivity into her business, she creates a safe space for her clients to transform and reconnect with themselves through timeless portraits.

 

In this episode, Chelsey shares:

  1. Using vulnerability to dissipate shame.
  2. Chelsey’s mantra, beliefs and practices around perfectionism.
  3. Viewing the world as your mirror to see what’s inside of you.
  4. How Chelsey inspires other women to feel seen and beautiful.

 

What You’ll Hear: 

11:09 Chelsey’s biggest catalyst for growth during her journey.

18:10- The reality of triggers and blocks and how we get to address them.

27:20- How Chelsey has learned to invite more trust into her life.

33:46- Creating deeper relationships with the people around us.

 

You can find more of Chelsey at: 

http://www.chelseyluren.com

http://www.facebook.com/chelseyluren

https://www.facebook.com/groups/damedome

 

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Sep 13, 2017

Today I’m interviewing Rachel Foy and I loved this episode. We touched base on so many levels in this episode. Her and I both were chronic dieters for years and we talked about having a respect and appreciation for food. I know for a lot of people listening, they’re like, “I don’t know how to do that because I’m feeling so anxious around it!” so we kind of go through the cycles of what it takes in order to truly come to a place of appreciation around food.

About Rachel Foy:
Rachel Foy AKA The Food Freedom Coach is a UK based eating psychology mindset coach. She works with smart ambitious women to stop fighting food, make peace with their body and take their life back so food and weight obsession are no longer a part of it.

Her background is in clinical and cognitive hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Eating Psychology, nutritional therapy and EFT (emotional freedom technique).

In this episode, Rachel shares:
Our emotional state is tied to our digestion.
The shifts that change once we create an appreciation for our food.
How often we blame our weight...but it’s not actually the problem.

What You’ll Hear:
4:45- How our emotional state around food ties into our digestion.
11:15- Rachel’s heartbreak and how it led to her self-discovery.
22:00- Recognizing the media’s portrayal of beauty is a belief we don’t have to follow.
28:50- Developing trust and neutrality around food.

You can find more of Rachel at:
http://www.rachelfoy.com
https://www.facebook.com/rachelmfoy/
https://www.instagram.com/rachelfoyofficial/

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Sep 8, 2017

Jason Sieb

Jason is a powerful, passionate and incredible dude. Him and I connected a few years ago and it was one of those moments where I was like, “You get me! You get what I’m trying to do!” Him and I have so many of the same beliefs, so many of the same ideas of how we want to shift this weight loss industry and so I’m super excited for you guys to check out this episode.

About Jason

Jason Sieb is the creator of the popular AltShift Diet, the author of Body Beliefs - Women, Weight Loss, and Happiness. He is the host of the popular AltShift Podcast, a national speaker, trainer, and fat loss coach. Marrying his extensive knowledge of fitness and nutrition with his love of psychology, he has built his career by helping thousands of women change their perspective and find a healthy, sustainable path to their goals.

In this episode, Jason shares:

  1. A rational approach to emotions and the questions we should ask ourselves.
  2. How he gets his clients to shift their weight loss perspectives through his AltShift program.
  3. How children mirror their parent’s bodily views.

 

What You’ll Hear:

18:00- Adopting a different mindset to enjoy your fitness journey.

25:54- The reason why we get sucked into believing the weight loss industry.

34:27- Alcohol depency to survive social situations.

42:20- The main thing men are seeking in women for long term commitment.

 

You can find more of Jason at:

Website: http://altshiftdiet.com

 

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Sep 6, 2017

Lori Harder

In this episode we talk about resistance. The power of resistance and why it is so important for becoming the highest version of yourself. Rather than thinking of resistance as something that’s happening “to” you, use it as a tool to see that it’s happening “for” you so you can become stronger and more powerful.

 

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, network marketing professional, 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.

 

In this episode, Lori shares:

  1. Loving your pain and using it as a teacher.
  2. Knowing your worth and overcoming disempowering beliefs.
  3. Welcoming resistance and using it to build mental strength.
  4. Creating boundaries in order to show up as your best self.

 

What You’ll Hear:

6:26- How Lori manages time scarcity on a busy schedule.

14:59- A breakdown of the mindset and fears of an achiever.

20:38- Finding your own significance without externalizing it.

25: 39- The importance of paying attention to life’s miracles and practicing gratitude.

 

You can find more of Lori at:

http://loriharder.com/

https://www.facebook.com/Lori-Harder-110046032392720/

http://www.instagram.com/loriharder

 

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Aug 30, 2017

Dallas Michael Cyr

In his episode we talk about riding the ebb and flow of life as well as finding your WHY. Sometimes I can allow my external world to really affect what’s going on internally and we really talk about how to keep a stable, concrete, powerful inner while the chaos of life is really riding through. I’m so excited for you to check this out.

 

About Dallas Michael Cyr:
Dallas Michael Cyr is a powerful and unique inspirational Speaker, Transformational Life Guide, Conscious Entrepreneur Mentor and Spoken word artist. He is the Founder of Ignite Purpose, the ULTIMATE option for coaching for conscious impact driven entrepreneurs, creatives, future leaders and those seeking an extraordinary and exceptional life!

 He has an incredible story of going from mess to success and adversity to abundance. At one point bankrupt emotionally, financially and spiritually to now living an extraordinary life of passion, purpose and fun. His motto is Ignite Your Purpose - Live Your Passion - Love Your Life!

Gift: Get his free transformational talk, mediation and paradigm shifting videos: "A Powerful Shift That Will Help You Overcome Any Challenge and live your BEST life NOW!" at www.AdversityToAbundance.com.

 

In this episode, Dallas shares:

  1. Reaching his ideal height of success and losing it all.
  2. Following his intuition and refusing to settle out of fear.
  3. The beauty of using uncomfortable stages to get what you want.

 

What You’ll Hear:

7:14- Dallas’ top principles to move through any transition.

16:27- Putting a magnifying glass on experiences to determine their meaning.

22:20- A one-minute practical approach to finding presence.

29:34- De-coding the stories we’ve built around feelings.

 

You can find more of Dallas at: 

http://www.AdversityToAbundance.com

https://www.facebook.com/dallascyr/

https://www.instagram.com/Dallas_Michael_Cyr 

Live on 9/9/2017 

What if you could drop in so deep to your true alignment that you were then able let go of the ‘hustlin’ mentality and own the magnetic super star you are? It’s time you STAND OUT and make the impact you’re here to make with your gifts and your business! If not NOW...then when?  

http://www.dropinstandout.com/
 

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Aug 23, 2017

Jenna Phillips

In this episode, Jenna and I got to explore the importance of inviting play into our every day lives. It’s so funny, as adults, we become so restricted that we forget we’re allowed to have FUN! We also touched on the insane power of language. What we chose to say about our circumstances directly affects our emotional and our physical states. Jenna lives by this concept (I’ve seen it first hand) and does an amazing job showcasing the benefits as she walks us through some of her life’s most traumatic experiences.

 

About Jenna Phillips

Jenna began her career in 2006 as a personal trainer and life coach for celebrities and has been featured on Dr. Phil and The Doctors. Halfway through her career, she realized she had a bigger calling.

In 2016, she cofounded Ascension Leadership Academy with her husband and they have coached hundreds of people into their greatness. She's also the founder of Unicorn University - where women never spend another day being beige, broke, or behaved.

 

In this episode, Jenna shares:

  1. How playfulness activates higher levels of possibilities in life.
  2. Using food and clothes as physical barriers for safety.
  3. Loving hurtful parts of the past and using them as tools to strengthen the present.
  4. How her Unicorn University encourages women to be who they want.

 

What You’ll Hear: 

5:10-The healing powers of allowing yourself to break down.

9:46- The direct connection our language and our experiences.

15:05- How Jenna cultivated and strengthened a mindset of abundance.

24:00- Using forgiveness to release shame around traumatic experiences.

 

You can find more of Jenna at: 

http://jennaphillipsballard.com

http://www.facebook.com/jennaphillipsballard

http://www.instagram.com/jennaphillipsballard

 

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Aug 16, 2017

I am so incredibly excited for you guys to dig your teeth into this episode. Every time I speak to this woman whether its in person, on the phone, through text, I just cling to her every word. She is just so educated in this world of trauma and I know this conversation and this topic is very common in the Hungry For Happiness community. I know a lot of people listening are going to love this.

 

About Rachael Maddox

Rachael Maddox is a trauma resolution educator, coach and guide who dedicates her days to helping women who’ve experienced sexual and complex trauma unshame and reclaim their pleasure, power and wholeness. In her first book, SECRET BAD GIRL, Rachael mixes story, science and poetry to reveal the ins and outs of breaking the trauma spell. Rachael's on a fierce mission to help as many women as possible via one-on-one support, groups, and courses.

 

In this episode, Rachael shares:

1. Generating trust in your body by slowing down and realigning.

2. Reintegrating into sexual relationships after experiencing sexual trauma.

3. Mind mapping your inner child’s needs to understand your triggers.

4. Creating a firm foundation of boundaries around your sexual needs.

 

What You’ll Hear:

9:36- How we can trust ourselves after trauma.

18:30- Ways to truly feel safe in your body.

25:30- Having emotionally safe sex and accessing your inner child.

30:47- Developing a healthy relationship to sex after being violated.

40:07- Our bodies emergency response and how we fall into numbing.

 

You can find more of Rachael at:

 http://rachaelmaddox.com/

http://www.facebook.com/rachaelmaddoxcoaching

http://www.instagram.com/rachaelmaddox

The Grown Goddess

http://rachaelmaddox.com/growngoddess

 

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Aug 11, 2017

Chandler Bolt

I absolutely loved interviewing Chandler. He’s actually a really good friend of mine with an incredible company that helps people write and publish their first best selling book. He did that exact thing for me earlier this year. A lot of you guys have been asking me about book publishing, how I did it and all of that kind of stuff. I thought it would be super valuable just to bring Chandler on the show so you can hear it from him. Check out his amazing program Self Publishing School. Its how I went from from blank pages to best selling book author in only a matter of months!

https://self-publishingschool.com/how-to-publish-a-book/

About Chandler Bolt

Chandler is the host of the Self Publishing School podcast & the author of 6 bestselling books including his most recent book titled “Published.”. He’s also the founder & CEO of Self-Publishing School, the #1 online resource for writing your first book. Through his books, podcast, training videos, and Self-Publishing School, he’s helped thousands of people on their journey to writing their first book.

In this episode, Chandler shares: 

1. Creating a ripple effect through your story.

2. The shift from traditional publishing to self-publishing.

3. The internal growth we experience through writing our own story.

4. Chandler’s experience with writing his first book. 

What You’ll Hear:

11:35- Chandler's three step method on creating your first book.

23:44- His journey from having no money to making 1.32 million.

26:02- What you may not know about the NY Times best seller list.

30:00- A detailed breakdown of how Self Publishing School works.

You can find more of Chandler at:

chandlerdbolt@gmail.com

Skype: chandler_bolt

https://www.facebook.com/chandler.bolt1

self-publishingschool.com

 

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Aug 9, 2017

In this episode Andrea Owen and I talk about the concept of shame. This comes up so often in The Hungry For Happiness tribe. It’s a conversation we talk about a lot in our blogs, websites, social networks and our Society. I love Andrea’s fresh perspective on shame. It’s a beautiful conversation and I know you’re going to love it. 

 

About Andrea Owen

Andrea Owen is an author, mentor, and certified life coach who helps women get what they want by letting go of perfectionism, control, and isolation and choosing courage instead.

She is the author of 52 Ways to Live a Kick-Ass Life: BS Free Wisdom to Ignite Your Inner Badass and Live the Life You Deserve, (Simon and Schuster). Her second book, How To Stop Feeling Like Shit will be released in January, 2018 (Hachette Books).

 

In this episode, Andrea shares:

1. A deep explanation of perfectionism and control.

2. The magic of surrendering to the present moment.

3. Her process of releasing shame and moving on with life.

4. Seeking ‘compassionate witnesses’.

 

What You’ll Hear:

5:00- How to navigate through comparison and negative self talk.

11:05- Why we try to control everything in our lives.

18:34- Trusting your feelings and choosing the right people to share them with.

26:26- Vulnerability, intimacy and deeply connected relationships.

31:10- The power behind making a concrete decision.

 

You can find more of Andrea at:

http://yourkickasslife.com

http://www.facebook.com/youkickasslife

http://www.instagram.com/yourkickasslife

 

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Aug 2, 2017

In this episode, Susana Frioni and I get into the concepts of love, sex and desire because that is what this girl is ALL about! Really inviting more pleasure, more desire and having more passionate sex. This episode is super fiery, beautiful and I love the way Susana describes these concepts and how it’s not only nice to have as a woman but an absolute need to have. 

About Susana Frioni:

Susana Frioni is a speaker, personal coach and embodiment teacher igniting women through erotic empowerment via her brand, LOVE SEX DESIRE. With an audience in 164 countries, Susana produces a weekly podcast series alongside her sacred dance events, workshops and intimate gatherings, both online and in person.

In the last 15yrs, Susana has taught over 4000 movement classes and facilitated several workshops and hundreds of private coaching sessions. Her love for movement and music combined with her experience as a Group Fitness Instructor, Yoga Teacher and Certified Deep Living Coach have all influenced the creation of these Sacred Dance experiences. 

In this episode, Susana shares:

1. Experiencing shame can actually be helpful.

2. The beauty of erotic empowerment.

3. Our bodies as containers of sensations.

4. How pleasure is not productive but makes you feel better.

5. Being compassionately curious about our bodies.

What You’ll Hear

4:40 The sensual, free flowing movement in Susana’s sacred dance parties.

13:40 How she came home to her body.

20:00 Finding sensations in your body and translating their meaning.

27:30 Ways to invite more pleasure in your life.

34:00 Exploring your sexuality from a place of curiosity.

You can find more of Susana at:

http://www.susanafrioni.com

https://www.facebook.com/susanafrioni

https://www.instagram.com/susanafrioni

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Jul 26, 2017

In this episode, Kelsey Grant and I touch on a super important topic of women who don’t acknowledge and allow themselves to feel angry and to process anger effectively. So often we’re walking around this planet with so much suppressed anger, rage and emotion. That stuff needs to be cleared and processed because it’s not good, it’s not bad, it’s just emotion information. Once we allow ourselves to clear that, we get to experience those higher vibrating emotions of bliss, freedom and liberation in our bodies.

About Kelsey Grant:

Kelsey Grant is a Love and Relationship Educator who runs an organization designed to help men understand women and women understand men.

Currently, she's teaching “A Year Of Love” her flagship relationship program, and producing her one day event "Get the Love Worth Having" with her incredible team. Together, with her team, they're dedicated to teaching men and women how to attract and keep high quality love and high value relationships worth having.

In this episode, Kelsey shares:

1. Falling in love with ourselves first.

2. Partnership Vs Relationship

3. Moving through anger and its relation to aggression.

4. Allowing our emotions equal exposure.

What You’ll Hear:

5:21 Connecting to yourself and learning what it’s like to love yourself.

8:20 A deep explanation of partnership vs relationship.

16:00 Consciously dating and setting boundaries.

22:45 How to use movement as an effective way to release.

35:00 Giving your emotions stage time to fully be acknowledged.

42:03 How we unconsciously choose to re-experience childhood wounds.

You can find more of Kelsey at:

http://www.kelseygrant.com

https://www.facebook.com/RadicalSelfLove/

https://www.instagram.com/radicalselflove

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Jul 17, 2017

Isabel Foxen Duke has this amazing way of amalgamating science with the food and body conversation to really speak to the minds who are super logical and sometimes don’t resonate with a lot of the woo hoo stuff we all know in the personal development and self love realm.

About Isabel Foxen Duke

Isabel Foxen Duke is the Creator of Stop Fighting Food—a free video training program for women who want to "stop feeling crazy around food." A fixture in the greater body-positive movement, Isabel's been featured in the Huffington Post, Elle Magazine, XO Jane, and has been praised by Ricki Lake. Her writing and free guide, How To Not Eat Cake, can be found at www.isabelfoxenduke.com and you can watch her free video training series at www.stopfightingfood.com.

In this episode, Isabel shares:

1. Body image work is the key to breaking the diet/binge cycle.

2. Exploring the true meaning of eating intuitively.

3. Perfection around food isn’t possible.

4. Relaxing and releasing control around food. 

What you’ll hear:

4:30 How our culture shames emotional eating.

13:30 Health at every size movement.

17:55 Letting go of your control around food.

24:30 Isabel’s experience with overcoming binge eating.

35:00 Everyone has a different “set point” weight 

You can find more of Isabel at:

www.stopfightingfood.com

www.isabelfoxenduke.com

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Jul 17, 2017

I absolutely love this conversation. We dug into the importance of boundaries. Creating boundaries in your life and what it’s costing you to not have boundaries in your life. Elizabeth says, “A woman is NOT a lovelier version of a man,” and we really dig into what that means and how to really hone and harness your feminine power.

Catch Elizabeth and I hanging out on FB live this week as a follow up to this episode. You don't want to miss out. We went deep! http://bit.ly/2ufvEjp

Also, Elizabeth DiAlto has gifted us a special offer for her signature program, Wild Soul Movement. Her meditation series is designed to help you connect your mind and body through flow and sensual movement. This practice is grrreat for those those who struggle with sitting still in meditation. It’s only available for a limited time Phoenix’s; you don’t want to miss out!

http://www.wildsoulmovement.com/samantha

About Elizabeth DiAlto

Known for her raw, honest, and grounded approach to self help and spirituality, Elizabeth DiAlto is a practical mystic, an author, CEO, and host of the popular Untame The Wild Soul podcast. She’s been a teacher, leader, speaker, coach and trainer to groups and individuals for 15+ years in three different industries.

Elizabeth works with women internationally through her digital programs and speaking engagements and more intimately through in-person intensives, retreats, workshops, Wild Soul Movement teacher training, and her annual mentorship program, EMERGE. Her greatest mission in this life is to help those who identify as women worldwide to reclaim and redefine their own womanhood, and contribute to a new paradigm of culture where it is both safe and natural for women to love, trust, and accept themselves fully.

In this episode, Elizabeth shares: 

1. Cultivating self-trust and boundaries.

2. Using your body as a compass to make yes/no decisions.

3. Slow, sensual movement as a way to connect to your body.

4. How to not live in the space of regret.

What you’ll hear:

5:41 Finding confidence in trusting yourself.

9:48 Elizabeth’s experience with trusting her choices.

21:47 Feeling safe in our bodies.

29:30 Spending time in favor of our desires vs spending more time cleaning up our mess.

35:00 We cant miss out on what’s meant for us.

You can find more of Elizabeth at:

http://www.wildsoulmovement.com

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Jul 17, 2017

This episode is all about truly uncovering your authentic self. Philip McKernan has a refreshing, amazing, direct way or really talking about it and we discuss the fear of being authentic and connecting to our truth. The way he describes this in this episode is just incredible.

About Philip McKernan:

Philip McKernan is an international speaker, author, filmmaker, and it’s been said, "enlightened hooligan" who coaches entrepreneurs and business leaders all over the world. Philip helps those seeking clarity about their future and to move through roadblocks, seen and unseen. His most recent film entitled 'Give & Grow' helps people to Uncover, Understand, and Unleash their Gift on the World. 

In this episode, Philip shares:

1. Why people are afraid of their truth.

2. The costs of not living your purpose.

3. The different masks we wear for acceptance.

4. How control is actually an illusion.

What you’ll hear: 

6:05 How most people think they don’t deserve their true desires.

12:59 We have a moral obligation to work on ourselves before we can teach.

21:37 Using your pain as a catalyst for growth.

31:47 The importance of understanding your past to create your future.

42:00 Self-awareness and self-responsibility.

You can find more of Philip at:

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