Episode 14: Learn How the Tragic Death of a Best Friend Created True Forgiveness With Kelly Pascuzzi
Have you ever had a moment in your life where you met someone and instantly knew that interaction or conversation would change you forever? That is what happened to me when I met this week’s podcast guest, Kelly Pascuzzi, and will happen to you while listening to this week's episode.
Episode 13: Elizabeth Lesser, Super Soul Sunday Guest and New York Times Bestselling Author Helps Us Uncover How Birth and Death Can Be Our Greatest Teachers
Welcome to our first episode of Season 2 of the Cracking Open Podcast!
I want to pay homage to my guest today, Elizabeth Lesser. I first came across Elizabeth’s work about 11 years ago after my dad died. I was in deep grief, and someone told me about her book Broken Open. While reading it, every word made me feel like I was going to survive the death of my dad. Broken Open radically changed my life and it is my go-to gift that I give to anyone who I know is going through a difficult transition in their life.
Episode 12: Learn How Terminal Cancer Taught Successful Wealth Manager Bill Valentine the True Meaning of Life.
Many people would say that the most precious gift anyone can give is their time. My guest on this week's episode, Bill Valentine, knows this better than most because he's in the midst of stage four terminal pancreatic cancer.
Episode 11: Discover How Mormonism, the Tribeca Film Festival, and Yoga Helped Create One of the Only Conscious Media Companies With Trina Wyatt
Have you ever had a deep voice telling you to move cities, change your job or invent something new for the world? But you don’t know what to do to get out of your fears and into your heart?
Well, you are not alone. My guest today, Trina Wyatt, has been there several times. She is not only our teacher today on Cracking Open about following your inner voice, but she's also mixing it with degrees, experience, and being a bold woman in business.
Episode 10: Learn How barre3 Founder’s Most Challenging Year Made Her More Real, Honest, and Fearless With Sadie Lincoln
On this week's podcast, we hear from the incredible Sadie Lincoln, co-founder, and CEO of barre3, a fitness company with over 170 franchises focused on teaching people to be balanced in body and empowered from within.
Episode 9: Find Out How Sobriety, Telling the Truth and Hitting Padded Walls in a Therapist Office Can Set You Free With Tory Junkin
As a natural-born seeker, Tory Junkin broke the mold by leaving the big city of Chicago and her family business that she was born into and expected to uphold, to live a simpler and fulfilling life in Bend, Oregon. We are so lucky to hear Tory’s brave story of facing her demons by getting sober, doing deep healing work, and not shying away from the sometimes-painful truth in order to find freedom.
Episode 8: Discover How Marketing, Jesus, and Sobriety Can Make You a Tenacious Badass With Kylie Slavik
Listen to the show on Apple Podcasts & leave a 5-Star Rating & ReviewToday we are talking to the tenacious and creative storyteller Kylie Slavik. Through her own healing journey, she has transformed 20 years of addiction into generating more than $23...
Episode 7: Learn How Witnessing Your Parents Death Can Teach You How To Overcome Fear With Rhonda Britten
Rhonda Britten became an orphan at fourteen when she was the sole witness to the tragedy that no child should have to witness. This traumatic experience led Rhonda down a path of three suicide attempts, three DUI’s, addiction, and spending time in jail.
Listen to the show on Apple Podcasts & leave a 5-Star Rating & ReviewFrom overcoming a high school football injury that almost left Philip Henderson paralyzed we learn about how one's life can change in an instant. It was this challenging experience that...
Have you been betrayed by those you were supposed to be able to trust the most? Have you had to create questions for your husband’s polygraph? Jenni Rochelle has and today shares her journey from an adolescent traumatic sexual experience and a mother’s betrayal, through an eating disorder and alcoholism to unimaginable issues with her husband. Jenni brings light into her dark history showing us all that you can experience the worst and with self-exploration, coaching, and help, you can be your own light.