In this episode, Rebecca Pacheco, yoga teacher, author, and entrepreneur, discusses staying inspired and practicing presence.
In this episode, Scott Douglas, runner, author, and senior content editor for the Runner’s World website shares lessons learned from running and writing.
In this episode, Rob Bell, international teacher, author, and pastor, explores how structure breeds spontaneity. Rob reflects on the importance of hard work and devoting oneself to their craft as a pathway to success.
In this episode, Karen Fabian, yoga teacher, writer, and creator of Bare Bones Yoga, explores the reality of being a yoga teacher. Karen describes her style of teaching and how she knew she wanted to teach yoga. She discusses the impact of social media on the evolution of yoga in the United States. Karen shares the story of following her dream of starting her own company, Bare Bones Yoga, and the financial challenges she faced along the way.
In this episode, Amanda Stuermer, founder of World Muse, writer, activist, and editor of Muse Magazine, provides insight on discovering your inner muse. Amanda reflects on her journey developing self awareness, self expression, and self empowerment. She discusses the importance of finding mentors and how they have expanded her activism work.
In this episode, Nicole Antoinette, writer, podcast host, and self-proclaimed recovering self-help addict, discusses how to cultivate real talk in your life. Nicole explains her creative sabbatical from her business as a weekly blogger and accountability coach. She tells the story of her relationship with alcohol and running, from how she stopped drinking to the role running has played in her sobriety.