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Dedicated to personal finance, career building, goal setting, and postsecondary education, David J. Waldron publishes books on how to take control and achieve the personal and professional dreams that matter most in your life. If you enjoy the content, please post a review. Plus, visit davidjwaldron.com and find out how to receive a complimentary advance reader copy of David's upcoming book, Common Stock Investing (when it becomes available.) Podcast Episodes: Season 3.0 - Investing; Season ...
 
We may only be one person but through compassion, inquisition, and developing a deeper understanding of the world, people, and culture around us, together, we can create change. How We’ll Live is a show designed to spark curiosity, learn new things, and inspire hidden passion. Each week, the host Hailey shares conversations with thought-leaders & creators whose innovative work, ideas & products are igniting change, challenging the status quo, and shifting existing thought patterns for a bett ...
 
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Almost 30 is an Apple Podcasts "Top 50" podcast and a global brand and community brought to life by LA-based best friends Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik. Hailed as "The Best Wellness Podcast to Listen to Right Now" by Coveteur and nominated for “Best Health Podcast” by iHeart Radio, Almost 30 is supported and inspired by an online and offline c…
 
Toni Marinucci is a Registered Dietitian with a mission to end the restrictive diet culture by providing simple strategies to help people commit to healthier living with scientific based evidence and real world application. She recently just gave a TEDx talk and is working on her very first book where she discusses the parallels between dieting, da…
 
Today, I sit down with Dr. Ingrid Waldron - a fellow Canadian - to talk about her work on mental illness in black, indigenous, and other racialized communities in Nova Scotia, environmental racism, systemic racism, social determinants of health, her experiences with racism as a child and adult, and 3 things we can all do right now to make change. D…
 
Kelsey really breaks it down and reminds us that there’s not a one-size-fits all way to heal. Kelsey Patel is one of Hollywood’s leading wellness and reiki experts, as well as newly published author of Burning Bright: Rituals, Reiki, and Self-Care to Heal Burnout, Anxiety, and Stress. She is not only a sought after spiritual empowerment coach, yoga…
 
Adventures in GoosebumpsSimon takes us on a voyage of his rich experiences in coaching beyond the conventional room, out into a world of adventures, challenges and infinite possibilities.Phil and Simon explore:* Creating extraordinary adventures beyond 1:1 meetings* A powerful premise in enrolling clients & guiding them through their hero’s journey…
 
Like many of us Nicola spent the early years of her career spent the early parts of her career following a common path - university, travelling, job in London. In 2019 she realised that this wasn’t my “forever”. It wasn't my "passion". When she began to actually stop and think about what it was that she wanted; how she wanted her life to pan out an…
 
Under the SpotlightThis is an exploration of how presence and undefended openness can create the uttermost atmosphere for personal transformation.David’s passion for this path reflects in his work as a coach and how he turned deep listening into a powerful way to capture people’s most intimate sharing moments.Phil and David explore:*David's turning…
 
Forever at HomeAliveness, passion for the coaching profession, the potential for transformation… Pour unconditional love into this mix and you have a beautiful exploration with Gary Mahler on what coaching really is all about.Phil and Gary explore: * Gary’s wake up call to his dreams & his natural stumble into coaching, and his turning point of bec…
 
David T. Neuman, MD is owner and clinical director of NY Sportscare, located in New York City, NY. He attended Cornell University and completed medical school at the State University of New York, Health Science Center at Brooklyn. His primary goal as an orthopedic surgeon is to help people diminish pain and increase the function of a damaged joint.…
 
The Godfather of CoachingHow could this possibly be called The Coaching Life Podcast without the Godfather of Coaching as a guest? Yes, he made the top 80!With his masterful humor and clarity, Steve Chandler shares:• What started him writing and how, over 30 books later, his methods may change during his retirement.• How he had to break a family tr…
 
When I heard Tal Ben Shahar on Arm Chair Expert I was introduced to the concept of positive psychology or - scientific study of what makes life most worth living” It’s a scientific approach to studying human thoughts, feelings, and behavior, with a focus on strengths instead of weaknesses, building the good in life instead of repairing the bad, and…
 
Today’s guest, Emily Hochman, is using technology to help people develop long-term healthier habits while ditching diets for good, discover how to eat well for their bodies, and feel good in their skin. Emily Hochman is the 28-year old Founder and CEO of Wellory, the anti diet nutrition app on a mission to make personalized nutrition accessible for…
 
Bootcamp for the SoulIn this in-depth and moving conversation Harry and Phil explore:* What blocks us from expressing our deepest desires?* A process of dissolving old neurobiological patterns* Living & Coaching as an instrument of intuition * Musical success & excellence, losing it all and the shear joy of playing* The contradictions of democracy …
 
This whole...pandemic thing has really challenged my relationship with myself. Without being able to go out...there was only one place to go and that was in and when it’s quiet, the whispers become loud. I decided to look inward, get quiet, notice, and listen. As I listened and watched I started noticing...how my mood and anxiety was affected by th…
 
You may recognize today’s guest from the mini series I launched a few months back...if you recall...Patrick was the very first influencer I EVER followed on Instagram @aguynamedpatrick and then one day on my way to yoga I ran into him in an elevator. Of course...I had to say hi. And here we are now...3 years after that chance encounter having a con…
 
In this 3rd episode of the Coaching Life Revisited series, Karen Davis looks back at her coaching life since her first appearance on the podcast in episode 002, October 2016.With a grounded presence and deep love for the coaching profession, Karen shares her devotion for ceaseless learning, growth and impacting her clients’ lives. Phil and Karen ex…
 
Jamie, of Organically, Jamie , is a breathwork trainer, integrative life coach, and kundalini meditation teacher based in New York. Jamie uses mediation, breath and energy work to help create lasting changes for her clients. Jamie guides her clients through movement and meditation, which Jamie believes is a tool to get us into the quiet long enough…
 
Tales from Rat City presents the second instalment in the story of notorious Australian bushranger; Captain Moonlight. Join us, as our actors bring to life the tale of his escape from the Ballarat Gaol, his second trial for the Egerton bank robbery, and the beginning of his famous relationship with James Nesbitt. Research by David Waldron Script by…
 
This week’s guest is Paul Fishman - a self love coach, business mentor and you-do-you activist. He hosts the top rated podcast the road to self love and has been lauded for creating safe space, compassionate courses, and a community that is warm and welcoming. He’s passionate about helping others gain their confidence. He even offers a 5 day self c…
 
A Coaching Life Revisited: Straight Talking SuccessOver 3½ years after being the very first guest on the podcast in 2016, with his usual candour Kevin reflects on what has changed and reveals very simply what it takes to be a masterful coach building a sustainable practice. Without any sugar-coating, Kevin and Phil explore:* Relaxing into being you…
 
Neal Barnard, MD, FACC, is an Adjunct Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, DC, and President of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. Dr. Barnard has led numerous research studies investigating the effects of diet on diabetes, body weight, and chronic pain, including a groundbreaki…
 
In this episode, I'm flying solo talking about why I started the show, finding what living well means to each of us, and what the past few months have been like for me. The past few months haven't been GREAT, and I know I'm not alone on this one. They've been really hard. But in between the downs there have been some ups and enjoyable moments. The …
 
A Coaching Life Revisited: Evolving MasteryJohn was first on the podcast in episode 10, released in February 2017. In this conversation, as we look back on those three years, John shares with his usual candid openness and honesty, revealing what was going on for him back then, what he’s learning from his son, how he creates his income in details no…
 
Katie Dalebout is a writer and podcaster, and the founder of let it out, a community for sharing *soft stories*, the tender tales that connect us. Her weekly interview show that began in 2013 now has over 4 million downloads and in 2019 she started Spiraling, a co-hosted anxiety show. Her book let it out (published by Hay House in 2016) is an inter…
 
Dr. Cleopatra is The Fertility Strategist and Executive Director of The Fertility & Pregnancy Institute. She is a scientist and university professor who pioneered the field of fertility biohacking and creating superbabies. To date, Dr. Cleopatra has scientifically studied tens of thousands of women and families and has helped women in 18 countries …
 
If you’ve been around for awhile you know that I am all in on functional and holistic approaches to health...you wanna find the root cause? I’m in. Dr. Ellen Vora is a therapist who takes a functional medicine approach to mental health by addressing diet and lifestyle. You’ve heard from Ellen once already during the mini series, but in case you mis…
 
It's hard to believe I graduated High School 15 years ago. I still feel so much like the person who sat on that stage but in so many ways I feel incredibly different. I guess that's the beauty of being human - the ability to grow, evolve, and change, yet still hang on to the parts of our younger spirit. In this episode, I talk about how almost none…
 
Today’s episode is the continuation of that conversation where we dive deeper into her book Here All Along: Finding Meaning, Spirituality, and a Deeper Connection to Life – in Judaism (After Finally Choosing to Look There). We also talk about: How a break-up lead her to discover Judaism How the principles of Judaism are applicable to all of our liv…
 
In this solo episode, I talk about how my 2-week pause allowed both myself space to learn, listen, and act as well as create space for the voices who NEEDED to be heard. My pause is over, but that doesn't meant the learning and listening has stopped. I'll share: How I am going to make this podcast better to truly reflect my intentions and values. W…
 
20 Years of LearningNikki has been an executive coach for 20 years and in this gem-ridden conversation shares some of her intuitive, heart-centred lessons around working with clients in corporations, coaching leaders, dealing with potential conflict, her continued journey of learning, and reveals how life can throw you a curveball, even after two d…
 
This week has been hard, painful, and sad. I had a hard time finding the words I want to use to express how I feel, and I still haven't fully formed them. But for me, silence doesn't feel like an option. Often, I feel too afraid to voice my feelings and my opinions out of fear. This episode made me feel uncomfortable and nervous. Change is uncomfor…
 
I’m excited about today’s episode because not only is Erika Freed an incredible Acupuncturist -- she’s MY acupuncturist! Erika Prinz Freed is a licensed acupuncturist and healer who expertly helps men & women of all ages transform their health and live a pain- and illness-free life. She has been studying Chinese Medicine since 2009, and has treated…
 
In this solo episode, I talk about why I fangirl hard for Ben Platt. It might not be what you think. It's about being reminded of what it means to be good. What it is to be open, honest, vulnerable, and accepting. If you've ever felt like you don't fit in, like you're in it alone, or uncomfortable in your human-ness, I hope this episode helps. I ge…
 
Tara Schuster is an author, playwright, and accomplished entertainment executive, currently serving as Vice President of Talent and Development at Comedy Central. She is currently the Executive in Charge of Lights Out with David Spade, was the Executive in Charge of the Emmy® and Peabody Award-winning Key & Peele, the Emmy® Award winning @Midnight,…
 
Episode 074 - Nicole BartonCreating with FunWisdom has ways of telling us to be kinder to ourselves. Of course, we don’t always listen, until we have to. Nicole shares her story of reaching burnout and subsequently dropping the pressure of working hard and shifting to simply having fun. Now creating in whatever feels fun to do while deeply listenin…
 
I found Dr. Lekkos through goop and after a little deep dive found out he was Sophia Bush’s doctor...brooke davis...if you know, you know...and loved his mind, body, spirit approach to claiming your health and living a fulfilled meaningful life. Dr. Apostolos Lekkos is the founder and owner of Bios Functional Medicine, located in Santa Monica, Cali…
 
Are you excited? I am. Season 2 was created out of curiosity. I’m constantly seeking new information and experiences so I can fill my life with meaning and purpose. Chances are you’re looking for the same. I don’t have all the answers, but I do know that we don’t achieve greatness by sitting still or being ok with the status quo. We get there by pu…
 
Are you excited? I am. Tune in to get a sneak peek from the amazing season 2 guests, plus we’ll talk compassion, kindness, and why this was my flakiest quarantine week yet. Season 2 was created out of curiosity. I’m constantly seeking new information and experiences so I can fill my life with meaning and purpose. Chances are you’re looking for the …
 
The Simplicity of ServiceCan a simple smile and letters of appreciation really be part of service that leads to the creation of a prosperous coaching life? What of the relationship between being an entrepreneur running a business and actually being a coach? Can you show your faith in coaching in a way that enrols clients with no risk to them?In a t…
 
THe COVID-19 Pandemic didn't stop Matt & Al from pulling together this episode with Suzy Tamazy the CEO and Founder of Suzy Q Jewels and Fashion as well as well known community leader and supporter of local area woman's shelters. Matt & Al setup a conference call with Suzy to discuss the origin and history of her now almost decade old fashion empir…
 
Tara Schuster is an author, playwright, and accomplished entertainment executive, currently serving as Vice President of Talent and Development at Comedy Central. She is currently the Executive in Charge of Lights Out with David Spade, was the Executive in Charge of the Emmy® and Peabody Award-winning Key & Peele, the Emmy® Award winning @Midnight,…
 
I recorded this conversation with today’s guest awhile on Friday, March 27th, and it’s so crazy that 3 weeks feels like ago and a lot has changed but I think the insights & lessons are not only relevant now, but all the time. You may know Patrick best for his lifestyle-focused Instagram account, @aguynamedpatrick on Instagram. That’s how I first he…
 
Episode 072 - Peter SleighBeing LivedHaving built a very successful accountancy business over the last 12 years, Peter transitioned to full-time coaching in 2019. His dedication to being of service is both compelling and inspiring, and he shares with much enthusiasm and openness how his journey is unfolding right before his eyes…Here’s a little mor…
 
From 2009 to 2017, Sarah Hurwitz served as a White House speechwriter, first as a senior speechwriter for President Barack Obama and then as head speechwriter for First Lady Michelle Obama. Prior to serving in the Obama Administration, Sarah was chief speechwriter for Hillary Clinton on her 2008 presidential campaign. Sarah is the author of Here Al…
 
Today’s episode is a bit different! I’ve invited my mom Shannon Miller to lead us through a yoga nidra practice. Her practice is called The Art Of Non Doing. Also known as Yoga Nidra and is a deep relaxation, meditation done lying down. Soothe the nervous system, boost immune system, quiet the mind, decrease stress and anxiety levels, community. I …
 
Today, April 7th is World Health Day. In this episode of How We’ll Live (Together), we’re celebrating and expressing gratitude for all healthcare professionals, and Hailey sharessome of the ways that I’m staying healthy right now. Then the man of the hour, Joe Cross will join to talk about why he left the US to get back to Australia, the questions …
 
You don’t need me to tell you that we’re living in an unprecedented time. An uncertain time. An unpredictable time. You know that. In this special mini series from the How We’ll Live Podcast, Hailey will share conversations and stories of how people are coping with their unique experiences during this global crisis. She invites you to share your st…
 
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