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Shot@Love is the first motivational dating show of its kind. It teaches you how to be successful in online dating while inspiring the listeners to go for it. You can find love, and are worthy of it. Shot@Love with Kerry Brett - Me, Exposed- Introduction to Shot@Love Podcast with celebrity photographer Kerry Brett.
Arts & Culture Podcasts
Shot@Love is the first motivational dating show of its kind. It teaches you how to be successful in online dating while inspiring the listeners to go for it. You can find love, and are worthy of it. Shot@Love with Kerry Brett - Me, Exposed- Introduction to Shot@Love Podcast with celebrity photographer Kerry Brett.
Fashionably Empowered: Making A Statement In Life and Love With Intimacy & Style Makeover Expert Karina Solomon
This week’s guest is Karina Solomon, and she’s a relationship, intimacy and style makeover expert. Today we’re talking about something that goes beyond clothing. Karina’s approach to styling involves redefining who we are and dressing congruently with how we feel about our new and improved selves. She believes that when we feel confident on the inside, it shows on the outside. This episode is all about creating the life you want and dressing the part to match. Whether you’re looking to make a statement at a networking event or feel like a million bucks on a date, Karina’s tips will help you help get noticed. Get ready to take some notes because you won’t want to miss the valuable insights Karina has to share. Karina Solomon is the author of Sassy, Sexy and Starting Over. She guides divorcées, and others after any life transition to clear their past and design an irresistible future. Karina teaches the keys to confidence from the bedroom to the boardroom. Her communication, coaching, and facilitation style is bold and edgy, and infused with humor. She seeks to empower both men and women to be their authentic, unadulterated selves. Karina is a credentialed teacher with over two decades of experience providing image makeovers and relationship coaching for men and women to facilitate her clients in becoming the best version of themselves, especially when starting over.
How To Use Chat GPT To Create A Winning Dating Profile With Love Factually Author, Duana Welch
Are you tired of swiping through countless profiles and having no connection? Do you struggle to come up with funny one liner’s or grab the attention of others? Today we learn how to make the most of your profile using Chat GPT! Dr. Duana Welch, the author of Love Factually, has been using Chat GPT to assist her clients in creating profiles that help them stand out in a crowd. From catchy opening lines to interesting taglines and everything in between, Chat GPT can help generate ideas, spark creativity, and offer suggestions making you the talk of the town. With its advanced capabilities, Chat GPT helps you create a write up that reflects your personality while showcasing your best qualities so you can bring in the one, you're meant to have. Dr. Duana Welch is the first dating-and-relationship coach and author to use science rather than opinion to help men and women all over the world find and keep the love of their lives. She’s a favorite guest on this podcast, a former psychology professor, an expert for the couples’ relationship app Paired, a writer for Psychology Today, and the author of the famous book now out in five languages: Love Factually: 10 Proven Steps from I Wish to I Do. Already great at profiles—or hate writing? No worries: by the end of today’s podcast, you’ll know how to leverage Chat GPT to boost your creativity and—if you’d rather not create your ad yourself--do the heavy lifting for you. Hate technology? No problem: you can DIY if you don’t want to deal with AI. It’s all here, now. Kerry Brett and Dr. Duana Welch dive into the exciting world of Chat GPT and learn how it can help you find love, and Dr. Duana Welch shares what she knows about this cutting-edge technology to find your person and create a profile based on science, not opinion, no matter who you are. To find out more about Dr. Duana Welch's work go to www.lovesciencemedia.com.
From Cosmic Scene to Love Scene: Astrologer Jill Jardine's Guide to Finding Your Match
Today’s topic is the power of manifestation: The magic of Mantras and Metta. We’ll learn how Sanskrit chants can help you find your match. If you’re looking for love, then this episode is for you. Joining us today is the amazing Astrologer Jill Jardine, and her new course Sanskrit Mantras for Love, is changing lives, and she shares her strategies with us. So, get ready to align your chakras, raise your vibration, and find your soulmate. Because when you radiate positivity, confidence, and authenticity, you become irresistible to others. We also discuss how to recalibrate and raise your vibration because it’s time to attract your perfect match. Jill Jardine is a professional astrologer, therapist, psychic healer, and spiritual advisor. She’s also a former radio personality on WATD and the host of the podcast Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine. Jill has been a reverend in Sanskrit Mantra, and for over 30 years, she’s helped thousands of people find power and confidence within themselves while helping guide others with important decisions. We’ve got some incredible tips guaranteed to help you attract the partner of your dreams. At least one of these powerful techniques will resonate with you–or you can try all three. We also discuss the importance of inner knowing and having blind trust. To find out more about Jill Jardine, go to www.jilljardineastrology.com.
The Art Of Meeting Life-Changing People With London's Premiere Dating Coach Johnny Cassell
Imagine stepping outside your door and meeting someone new and life-changing, no matter where you choose - whether it’s an art show, an exhibition, or even a car show. The possibilities are endless, and the world is your playground. Today's guest believes it is up to you to choose where you play – his name is Johnny Cassell, London's premier Elite Dating Coach, and Men's Lifestyle Strategist. Johnny believes your social network is the key to your success in any area of life, and he shares strategies for creating the right social circle to meet quality people. We dive into the power of familiarity and association and how it impacts interactions with others. And why breaking patterns of people's expectations can lead to new exciting experiences. So, get ready to shake things up and learnhow to take your social life to the next level with Johnny Cassell. Johnny Cassell is the best-selling author of Elite Seduction – Actionable Tools for Love, Seduction and Dating. Johnny helps men from all over the world attract the type of women they truly desire. He’s personally coached over 2,000 men including CEO’S of some of the world largest companies, celebrities and royalty. He’s racked 100,000 coaching hours and lead over 200 international workshops. He’s been featured twice on the cover of Times Magazine, appeared in the Sunday Times, The Evening Standard, The Express, The Daily Mail, Cosmopolitan, The Metro, BBC Radio to name a few. Johnny recently appeared on the UK hit reality show Made in Chelsea and he’s also the host of the Johnny Cassell Podcast. To find out more about Johnny Cassell go to www.johnnycassell.com or follow on Instagram at @londondatingcoach.
5 Secrets To Lasting Love With Go-Giver Marriage Co-Authors, John & Ana Mann
Today’s topic is the 5 secrets to lasting love and this week’s guests are the dynamic duo of John David Mann and Ana Gabriel Mann, a married couple who have mastered the art of sustaining love. They’ll share the secret sauce in their book The Go-Giver Marriage. Their success came down to one word: giving – And they harnessed the power of generosity to keep their love burning bright, even in the face of adversity. They share real-life examples of how these secrets played out in their relationship, while giving us a glimpse of how it can play out in ours. It's not enough to know the secrets, it's about practicing them too. And with practice comes improvement – it doesn’t make your love perfect, but it does make your love better. Because there is no point in finding love if we can’t keep it. Get ready to take some notes and fall in love, with this couple and story. John David Mann is the co-author of more than thirty books, including four New York Times bestsellers and five national bestsellers, with over 3 million books sold in 38 languages. His works include The Go-Giver (co-authored with Bob Burg), which won the Axiom Business Book Award, and cited on Inc.’s “Most Motivational Books Ever Written” and Hubspot’s “20 Most Highly Rated sales books of all Time”; The Go-Giver Leader was listed on Entrepreneur magazine’s “10 Books Every Leader Should Read” and Forbes magazine’s “8 Books Every Young Leaders Should Read." Aside from his books, John has written for notable publications like the Financial Times, CNBC, Huffington post, Ivey Business Journal and Wired. Ana Gabriel Mann is a Psychotherapist, who holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology and is also a life and relationship coach, teacher, speaker, and mediator, she is the creator and lead facilitator of the Go-Giver Marriage Coaches training program and co-author of the Go-Giver Marriage. John and Ana will talk about the spirit of generosity, because the more you give, the more you have. To find out more about John David Mann go to www.johndavidmann.com and to learn more about Ana go to www.gogivermarriage.com.
Ghosted? Tips For Dealing With The Disappearing Act: Coping With Ghosting Host Gretta Perlmutter
Today, we’re diving into the scary world of ghosting, which is all too familiar to many of us. Ghosting is the ultimate silent treatment and is the practice of someone ending a relationship without explanation and withdrawing from all communication. It's painful, cruel, and can be psychologically damaging. A brutal rejection leaves us confused, hurt, and alone. But fear not because this week's guest is leading a crusade to combat this emotional epidemic. Meet Gretta Perlmutter, the host of Coping with Ghosting, A podcast that helps people navigate heartbreak with hope and courage. Gretta is a mindset coach with a master's degree in communications and a heart full of compassion. Her goal is spreading kindness and understanding, and she'll share her strategies with us today. If you’ve been ghosted one too many times and are struggling to make sense of it all, this episode is for you! Gretta is on an anti-ghosting mission, helping people handle heartbreak and loss while teaching others how to move on confidently. She started a movement of compassion due to getting ghosted one too many times, leaving her alienated, upset, and angry. Gretta blamed herself for being ghosted and spent time trying to figure out what she did wrong. She questioned her self-worth and wallowed in self-pity. The positive was – the more she got ghosted, the quicker she got over it and learned that ghosting is not personal. She discovered hurt people - hurt people and cultivated compassion for her ghosts. Gretta shares how she realized ghosted had less to do with her and more to do with other people’s issues. She also shares what's worked for her in the past and how to move forward while becoming stronger and more resilient than before. Kerry Brett and Gretta Perlmutter cover all things ghosting and feature the song Ghosting by artist Gustavo Zaiah, whose song is the theme song for the Coping with Ghosting podcast and is available for purchase on Amazon. Topic includes: Breaking the silence: strategies for confronting ghosting. Don’t ghost yourself; how to go from haunted to healed. Ghostbusting 101: tools and techniques for dealing with ghosting. Understanding why people disappear. The impact of ghosting and how to fight back. How to empower yourself and move on from ghosting. To learn more about Gretta Perlmutter, you can find more information on her website www.copingwithghosting. Follow her on Instagram @copingwithghosting and listen to her podcast, Coping with Ghosting, on all platforms where podcasts are found.
Attract Love With Five Essential Shifts: Love & Dating Coach Lisa Shield
You have the power to transform your life and write your own love story, and today we'll hear from a special guest who did just that. Lisa Shield is a world-renowned love, dating, and relationship coach whose journey to love didn't start as a fairy tale. It began as an unhappily married fashion photographer who entered the dark room and emerged into a lighted hallway when she realized the stories we tell ourselves dictate who we become. We make it up, all of it. Lisa decided that if she was making it up, she might as well make it good. And that she had the power to change her life, take control of the narrative, and write a new story. She divorced, changed the portrait of a woman who was always sad, left a dysfunctional relationship, and embarked on a path of self-discovery. In two years, she went on 95 dates. On the 96th date, she met her husband, who encouraged her to become one of the first love coaches twenty years ago. Lisa Shield is a love, dating, and heart-opening ninja with two decades of experience. She is a pioneer in the field of love coaching. Lisa earned a master's degree in Spiritual Psychology and is a certified life and relationship coach. She has been a featured expert in The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, LA Times, ABC News, and Cosmopolitan, to name a few. Last year, twelve of Lisa's clients were married, and she officiated four of those weddings. She and her husband, Benjamin, have been together for over 20 years and live with their two dogs in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Today we discuss what men want in a woman, and Lisa shares her wisdom while encouraging us to take power back and take control of our love life. Kerry Brett and Lisa Shield cover a lot of ground and topics, including: Tips around the importance of being present on the first date. Small acts of kindness, caring, and being a great listener can go a long way on the date. Getting emotionally naked is the most challenging part, but if you let your guard down will gain an extra point on the date. Look for your final five. Throw away the list that everyone has and create a relationship inventory that will lead you to your final five. And remember, he doesn't have the final five; you can't date him. Men want to be hunters, and if we have a checklist and put them in a box, men are very sensitive to a woman who want to take away their freedom and clip their wings. We must move away from looks; are we choosing someone from our heads or hearts? There is a difference between being a strong, successful woman and being competitive. Stop creating rules; every hoop you put up is another restriction on men. Men don't like jumping through hoops. Men want women who make their world bigger because you're in it. No man is going to allow women to put them on a shortlist. You must understand that a man's bandwidth is smaller than a woman's. There is a big difference between genuine emotion and drama. We have to learn how to talk to men without getting passive-aggressive. Lisa’s five shifts to find love. To learn more about Lisa Shield, visit www.com, Instagram @lisashieldcoaching, and on Facebook under lisashieldcoaching. Listen to her podcast Finding the Guardian of Your Soul on all platforms where podcasts are found.
Get Lucky In Love With Lola: Kayak Co-Founder Paul English
This week we will learn about Lola, a new dating app launching in Boston and New York this summer. Today's guest is Paul English the founder of six startups and co-founder of Kayak, a travel industry giant he sold to Priceline for 1.8 billion dollars. Paul is passionate about finding a better way and uses his creativity to solve problems. Years ago, when online dating himself - Paul could identify issues and became compelled to solve the frustrations many faced with existing dating apps. It was a match on Bumble with Rachel Cohen, who became his girlfriend, and now the couple is taking on a new challenge with the upcoming launch of their dating app, Lola. Through Lola, Paul and Rachel plan on creating a new way to connect. Paul shares the vision and inspiration behind Lola, and learn about the exciting possibilities that lie ahead for this new dating app. Paul English is the founder of Boston Venture Studio and he’s also an entrepreneur, and philanthropist who has previously co-founded and successfully sold six startups – Kayak, Lola, Moonbeam, GetHuman, Boston Light, and Intermute. Paul is also the founder of four nonprofits – Summits Education in Haiti, Embrace Boston, The Winter Walk for Homelessness, and The Bipolar Social Club. Paul is the subject of Tracy Kidder's book "A Truck Full of Money" and you can hear an interview with Paul on "How I Built This" with Guy Raz and view his video from TEDxBoston in 2022. I’ve watched and listened to it all and I can’t tell you how special this man is! Kerry Brett and Paul English discuss the common struggles many have with online dating and how Paul plans on changing the online dating culture and improve and simplify the over dating experience. How Lola will filter out terrible daters. How Lola will use A1 to give the users better matches. Lola will be very safe for women. Lola will have a component built into the app that will find a place in the middle for you to meet. How Lola will use machine learning to help find you a better date. Lola will cut down catfishing. Lola will filter out people who don't practice good behavior.
Power in Perseverance With Author & Motivational Speaker Keisha Stubbs
This week’s episode is all about persistence. If you want something, you have to go after it with everything you’ve got, which couldn’t be truer when finding love. Today, we’re joined by Keisha Stubbs, who shares her inspiring story of love, loss, and redemption. From hitting rock bottom to rising to the top, Keisha is a testament to the power of persistence and the importance of never giving up on finding love. When finding love, anything is possible if you’re willing to put in the work. Keisha will share how she met the love of her life, recently got engaged, and why sometimes you need to hit rock bottom to rock it! Keisha Stubbs is the author of the book "Close or be Closed, How A Teen Mom Sold Her Way Out Of Poverty. Keisha hit rock bottom early in life when she ended her High School career by fighting her way to graduation with a 4-month-old baby on her hip. When Keisha was 23, her boyfriend and her son's father was murdered, making her a single mother. The following year she lost everything, her apartment, car, and job. Keisha climbed the ladder in the automotive industry, going from the salesperson of the year to sales manager. Recently she ran for office and started a new business, the Artisan Markets. She founded the non-profit Tied Together, which is geared towards helping children. Her life purpose is to inspire and help people who've been dealt a bad hand. Keisha Stubbs emphasizes the importance of persistence and never giving up on finding love. She also discusses the value of putting yourself first and creating a space someone else would want to share with you. Kerry Brett shares dating tips inspired by Keisha's story, including being who you want to attract, acting like a wife if you want to be a wife, and being consistent in putting yourself out there. This episode is a reminder that anything is possible if you're willing to do the work and never give up on finding love. To find out more about Keisha Stubbs, follow on Instagram @keishavstubbs. To find out more about the Artisan Markets go to www.artisanmarkets.com.
Spring Forecast - Planets Align For Love With Astrologer Jill Jardine
Today's topic is a breath of fresh air "Why Spring is the Best Time to Start a Relationship." With the arrival of spring just around the corner, people are excited to embrace the season of new beginnings. As the sun shines and days grow longer, the outdoors bloom with the possibility of new connections. People are happier, hearts more open, and the spring air is filled with the promise of love. Our resident astrologer, the fabulous psychic healer Jill Jardine, shares the best dates toput a spring in your step, kick off a new romance, and bask in the warmth of a fresh spring fling. Jill Jardine is a therapist, professional astrologer and spiritual advisor. For over 30 years, she’s helped thousands of people find the power and confidence within themselves to make decisions to move forward with ease and joy. If you feel stuck and unfulfilled it could be caused by your subconscious, limiting beliefs or past-life agreements. Today, Jill will share how easy it is to tap into your higher self and live you’re your best life. In this episode Jill shares her astrology update for the Spring of 2023 and give us a breakdown of March, April, May and June for dating. Kerry Brett and Jill Jardine cover a lot of ground and focus on why spring is the best time to start a relationship. Topics include; The new season, with longer days and warmer weather, will make people more open and excited to date. Jill discusses why March is the perfect month to start dating as all planets are traveling direct until April 21st, with no retrograde planets to hold anyone back. Jill also notes that March is an astrologically significant month, with Saturn leaving Aquarius and moving into Pisces, signifying a whole new three-year cycle. This is an ideal time to re-evaluate your relationships and begin anew. Pluto also enters Aquarius on March 23rd, signifying a new era of connection and connectivity. For dating, this means people will quickly determine whether someone is their tribe or vibe. It’s manifestation time, where people can create a new reality around their love life. All of this positive astrological energy will encourage others to spring into action and start something new.
Banging Dating Advice With William Hung, American Idol Viral Sensation
Today's topic is how to genuinely put yourself out there because people who do – have success, especially when finding love. And this week's guest has no problem in that department! He shows up as himself and handles rejections graciously. Get ready for … William Hung! William Hung became an instant celebrity with his rendition of Ricky Martin's song "She Bangs" during American Idol, which went viral. When he didn't get the golden ticket or hear "you're going to Hollywood," he stated, "he did his best and had no regrets," and the world fell in love with him. Today, William shares his setbacks in love. You may not know, but he's been divorced twice and discusses his inspirational journey to find love with his fiancé… And why sometimes you need relationships that didn't work to get it right. William Hung is a former American singer who gained fame through his audition on the third season of American Idol in 2003. He acquired notoriety with his off-key performance of Ricky Martin's song of "She Bangs," He instantly became a household name for his unique dance moves and enthusiastic personality. Following his audition, he became a motivational speaker and has spoken to audiences worldwide about his experiences and the importance of pursuing one's dreams. William went from being laughed off stage to having a number-one hit to singing "She Bangs" live with Ricky Martin in 2018. Kerry Brett and William Hung cover a lot of ground. Topics include: William's online dating experience. William's Dad pretended to be William online to help him find love. William's lessons from past failed relationships. Throughout the hard years, William never gave up or lost hope. When looking for love, focus on core values and having activities you both like to do together. Beauty can change over time, but beauty on the inside will never change. Remember the line from She Bangs – she looks like a flower but stings like a bee. Avoid choosing a relationship based solely on looks. Stay away from secrets because harboring secrets creates a less satisfying relationship. Even small secrets can prevent closeness and create problems. To learn more about William Hung and his upcoming speaking engagements and podcast, follow him on Instagram @williamhungofficial.
Everything Singles Need To Know! With Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus Author Dr. John Gray
Have you ever wondered why men don't call back, disappear into thin air, or can’t commit? Today, we will uncover the most common mistakes women make and how to avoid them. In honor of Valentine's Day, "aka" (National Single Awareness Day), and Shot@Love's 3rd anniversary, we have the greatest guest imaginable. Dr. John Gray! Dr. John Gray is the most well-known relationship expert in the world! He's the author of the highly acclaimed, widely popular, and most trusted relationship book of all time; Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus. USA Today listed his book as one of the 10 most influential books of the last quarter-century. In hardcover, it was the bestselling book of the 90s. Dr. Gray's books are translated into over 45 languages in more than 100 countries, and it continues to be a bestseller. Dr. Gray has written over twenty books, his most recent is Beyond Mars and Venus. His books have forever changed the way men and women view their relationships. John helps men and women better understand and respect their differences in both personal and professional relationships. He has appeared repeatedly on Oprah, as well as on The Dr. Oz Show, Today, CBS this Morning, Good Morning America, and others. He has been profiled in Time, Forbes, USA Today, and People. He was also the subject of a three-hour special hosted by the late Barbara Walters. Today we'll learn how to manage our emotions, approach dating and relationships differently, and stop sabotaging ourselves. Dr. John Gray will point us in the right direction and show us how to win over our potential partner so we can avoid pain and experience more love. Kerry Brett and Dr. John Gray cover a lot of ground. Topics include; Why men are attracted to women who are happy, and how do you stay happy do more of what you love. Why men are more motivated when they feel they are needed. Why men get close but need to pull away. The best times to have a conversation with a man. How men and women keep score differently. Ways to score points with both women and men. The power of being direct and using few words. Men are motivated to make you happy. Men expect you to be happy and don’t want someone who’s always unhappy or complaining. Just having a good time is the greatest gift a man can receive. Women often hand their power over to men, which is a worthiness issue. Know that you are desirable and worthy, and you don’t have to earn it. Men want to feel accepted and appreciated. Women need to trust that a man is doing his best, and when you accept and appreciate him, you give him the fuel and motivation to do more. John’s course “How to Get Everything You Want in Relationships For Women, Men, Couples, and Singles” https://marsvenus.com/gift. John has an upcoming two-day class that will change your life on March 4-5. It’s limited to just 40 seats, so click the link to claim yours! https://www.marsvenus.com/relationship-weekend Follow on social media www.twitter.com/marsvenus, www.facebook.com/Mars.Venus.John.Gray, www.instagram.com/johngraymarsvenus_official/
Fail It Till You Nail It When Dating! With "Failure Guy" Ben Currier
This week's topic is finding the key to unbreakable confidence. You must put yourself out there– when looking for love, you can fake it until you make it or fail it to nail it! We all have failures of epic proportions and go through several failed relationships, which are inevitable, but they can also provide valuable opportunities. Today's guest is Ben Currier, the World’s #1 Biggest Failure and host of the podcast The Failure Guy. Ben was fired repeatedly and couldn’t figure out why he wasn't succeeding. He'll share why failure has many benefits, like getting honest with yourself and improving self-awareness. Failing inspires creativity and encourages innovative solutions to problems. And why we can quickly turn it around and go in another direction because we all have a get out of fail free card. Self-proclaimed World's #1 Failure Ben Currier hosts the ironically successful “Failure Guy” podcast. His podcast currently has a global reach: that Spotify-owned Chartable ranks higher than 99.8% of all Podcasts. Ben spent 15 years in corporate America, financially forecasting billions of dollars across multiple industries. He is an Excel guru, 4-time Microsoft MVP Award Winner, and creator of one of the six Best Online Excel Classes per Investopedia. His Excel training has over 25 million minutes of listening time, and he’s helped millions with his online Excel training. Despite these successes, Ben has been fired from every jobhe’s had. This has inspired him to investigate failure while working hard to turn his setbacks into success. He inspires others across the country through his hit podcast, public speaking engagements and has interviewed many big names, such as Carole Baskin, and William Hung, to name a few. Ben shares his incredible journey and what he's learned in the process so we can find our unbreakable inner confidence in our abilities when dating. Ben Currier the World’s #1 Failure and Kerry Brett the World’s #2 Failure cover a lot of ground discussing how failures led both of us to success in both dating and life. Topics include; Why people hold themselves back because of the fear of failure and how to overcome. How to use clothing to raise your confidence. Why you should take a chance to stand out in online dating. Why you should be weirder than you are. Take risks in texts and stop trying to be like everyone else. Remember to remind yourself that no one is perfect and that everyone is flawed. Why having low expectations is helpful while hoping for the best outcomes. Dating is a percentage game, the more dates you go on–the more comfortable you’ll get and the higher the chance you’ll have of succeeding. Don’t be afraid to fail! Do at least one thing on a date outside of your comfort because that’s where the magic happens. Fake it until you make it or Fail it until you nail either way will work. And remember action creates reaction. Listen to Ben’s Failure Guy podcast that can be found on all platforms, follow on Instagram @failureguyben, or on Twitter.
Move On! With Moms Moving On Author Michelle Dempsey-Multack
Today's topic is Moving on! Moving on is a time to level up, learn how to step into our power to create the life we want, and go for it! Michelle Dempsey-Multack, knows all about Moving On; she’s written a book about it and host's the podcast Moms Moving On sharing her advice as a Divorce & Co-Parenting specialist. You can embrace this time and realize nothing is holding you back. It's time to decide what we want to change while consciously choosing to build a better life for ourselves. Michelle shares how she found beauty in a situation that almost broke her. And why your cup isn't half full of half empty, it’s refillable because loss leaves you in a place to be filled up with all good things. And why, damn it – it feels so good to be moving on! Michelle Dempsey-Multack is a writer, mom, coach, speaker, and genuine girl power enthusiast. Michelle attended American University as a Journalism major, graduated from Hofstra’s communications program with a bachelor’s degree in Communications, and then earned a Double Master’s Degree in Education from Adelphi University. Originally from New York, Michelle moved to Miami in her late 20’s, where the “second part of her life” began. She married her daughter’sfather, got divorced and years later remarried and lives in North Miami Beach raising a beautiful blended family. She’s been featured in US Weekly, Parents Magazine, Scary Mommy, Forbes, Elite Daily, Ocean’s Drive, HuffPost, NBC, and Good Morning America to name a few. In this episode Michelle shares her wisdom, and life experiences that will help anyone in the process of Moving On. Kerry Brett and Michelle Dempsey-Multack cover a lot of ground. Topics include; Your break-up or divorce should be the center of your universe not your friends center. Why you should have boundaries with friends. How to manage the rage when you are left alone to pick up the pieces. Why journaling is a practice to manage your fears, anxiety or what you want for your future. How to unravel and manage gaslighting. How to learn to trust yourself again when moving on. How Michelle learned to move away from toxic men out of the fear of being alone. Why we need to remind ourselves or remind our children that we don’t settle, and we don’t let people treat us for less than we are worth. There is a big difference between being alone and lonely. The what if and the what is very helpful for parents who are in the beginning of co-parenting. Why can’t see clearly when you are run by emotion. Boundaries will be your best friend when moving on. No response is a response and why you don’t need to have the last word. To find out more about Michelle Dempsey-Multack or purchase her book Moms Moving On go to www.momsmovingon.com. Follow on Instagram at @themichelledempsey and listen to her podcast Moms Moving On on all platforms.
Doing Dating Right With Doing Relationships Right Host & Author Jennifer Hurvitz
There is a difference between giving up and realizing when you’ve had enough—today’s guest is Jennifer Hurvitz, and she understands the power of ending a relationship that isn’t serving you. In fact, she’s written a whole book about it called Midlife Priceless, and yes, I said priceless, not midlife crisis. In the past, Jennifer stayed too long in her marriage, put up with far too much in previous relationships, and recently found the courage to leave her last relationship. She shares why you need to trust your intuition and respect yourself enough to call it quits. And why sometimes throwing in the towel and moving on is the most important thing you can do when choosing yourself. Jennifer shares some of her Hurvitz Hot Tips, her favorite dating apps, and why dating doesn’t need to be a disaster. Jennifer Hurvitz is a relationship expert, dating coach, best-selling author, and host of the award-winning Doing Relationships Right Podcast. Through her books and weekly podcast, Jennifer helps people understand what a happy relationship can look like and how to dip their toes back into the dating world post-divorce. Jennifer has been highlighted by Oprah Daily, where her book Woulda Coulda Should: A Divorce Coach’s Guide to Staying Married was chosen as one of the best marriage books to read with your partner for a healthy relationship! Jennifer speaks all over the country, and her expert opinions have been featured in publications like Forbes, Scary Mommy, Women’s Health, Bustle, Divorced Mom, and BluntMoms. Kerry Brett and Jennifer Hurvitz cover a lot of ground; topics include: Key takeaways from Midlife Priceless. Jennifer Hurvitz tips for doing relationships right. How to know when to call it quits. The importance of a non-negotiable list. The value of looking at your five year plan. Why you should never put what you don’t want in your dating profile. If you can’t show up with an optimistic attitude when online dating wait until you can because otherwise you’ll be wasting your time and others. If you lack confidence and have low-self worth, take more time before you begin dating. Without communication, there is no relationship. Without respect, there is no love, without trust, there is no reason to continue. Happy divorces, happy dating, happy relationships, happy marriages, they all take work. But the most important relationship you have is the one you have with yourself. To learn more about Jennifer Hurvitz and purchase her books, you can do so at www.jenniferhurvitz.com. Follow on Instagram @doingrelationshipsright or listen to Jennifer’s podcast Doing Relationships Right on all platforms.
Sober Dating Is A Superpower! With "Drinking Games" Author, Sarah Levy
Today’s guest is Sarah Levy; she’s a writer in recovery and author of the new book “Drinking Games.” At the age of 28, Sarah, on paper, looked like she had it all together, a great job – and a successful life that was on track. The truth was she felt empty and alone, suffered from blackouts, and repeatedly put herself in dangerous situations. Sarah thought using alcohol helped heal her broken heart, empowered her to date, and quenched her thirst for validation. But drinking only numbed her pain and dimmed her light as she dated different kinds of men, feeling perpetually hung over and spiritually bankrupt. When she gave up alcohol, she thought her life was over. But for Sarah, her last sip was the moment when her life started. In sobriety, she fell in love, changed careers, moved across the country, got married, published a must-read book, and became the woman she is today. If you’re looking to change your relationship with alcohol, are sober curious, or want to be inspired, then this episode is for you! Sarah Levy is the author of Drinking Games, a memoir in essays from St. Martin’s Press. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, New York Magazine (The Cut), Glamour, Elle, Vogue, Refinery29, and Cosmopolitan, among other publications. Sarah has written articles such as “Falling In Love Without Alcohol” and “Giving Up Alcohol Made Me Date Again Like a Teenager.” Drinking Games has been named most anticipated by Good Morning America, Good Day DC, the LA Times, New York Post, Zibby Mag, Buzzfeed Books, Pure Wow, and Apple Books to name a few. And the favorable reviews keep on coming! Sarah is a graduate of Brown University and lives in Los Angeles by way of New York City. I’m excited to feature Sarah on Shot@Love today and admire her greatly for spreading awareness around sobriety and her goals to change the culture around addiction and alcoholism. I hope you enjoy this conversation. To learn more about Sarah Levy, go to www.sarahllevy.com or follow her on Instagram @sarahllevy.
Are You Dating? Great News! 2023 Astrological Forecast With Astrologer Jill Jardine
In this new calendar year, what are we going to do differently? And what tools do we need to get from where we are to where we want to go? When we show up differently, what shows up for us is different. Today, we discuss the astrological forecast for the new year with well-known astrologer Jill Jardine. Jill will explain why love is in the cards for you in 2023 while sharing her predictions about romance and identifying the best times to date, how to set the tone for the upcoming year, and shift our mindset to align with the new energies and opportunities that lie ahead in the new year! Jill helps us prepare to pull in a new love interest – get intentional about what we want to manifest while sharing a snapshot of this new year. Jill Jardine is a professional astrologer, therapist, psychic healer, and spiritual advisor. She's also a former radio personality on WATD and the host of the podcast Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine. Jill has been a reverend in Sanskrit Mantra, and for over 30 years, she's helped thousands of people find power and confidence within themselves while helping guide others with important decisions. Jill is my dear friend and my psychic healer who's predicted so many things in my life! In this week's episode, Jill shares why we can usher in anything we want in 2023 and what to expect in this new year!
Life-Changing Results Discovered In Unusual Places With Dating Coach, Lori Mendelsohn
Do you want to change your dating life and are looking for love - then change your location! Or you could drive to your closest city and change the radius on your dating app, try out a new neighborhood hot spot, or do what this week’s guest Lori Mendelsohn did. Lori Mendelsohn packed up her two dogs at age 66 and moved from Wisconsin to Maine. As a result of this bold and brave move, she started dating someone new and tripled her business. Lori shares how changing her environment changed everything for her. We’ll discuss the many ways you can change it up to change your results, whether that means moving or doing something on a smaller scale, like picking up a new hobby, enrolling in a class, or trying out new technology (such as a new app) to meet people. Lori also discusses how focusing on herself works for her, and loving her new location doesn’t hurt either. Lori Mendelsohn is a matchmaker, dating coach, Dating profile writer, and an award-winning entrepreneur. She writes unique profiles that help you tell your story by adding personality, heart, and humor to stand out from the rest. When Lori writes, you find love. People resonate with her because she is in the dating game herself and has met many terrific men. Today we catch up with her to hear what she’s learned about love by relocating. Kerry Brett and Lori Mendelsohn cover a lot of ground topics, including; How relocating got Lori out of a rut and improved her love life and business. Why it’s important to live in the present moment when it comes to finding love. If you are afraid to get out of your comfort zone, remember you are your safety net and the only one you can truly count on. If you want to change, be the change you want to be. Do away with preconceived notions, release any expectations about meeting a person, and try to enjoy the moment without attachment to the outcome. To learn more about Lori Mendelsohn, her coaching, and upcoming courses, follow her on Instagram @smartfunnysingle.
A Memoir Of Love: How To Embrace New Chapters With Novelist Elin Hilderbrand
Today's episode is titled "A Memoir of Love: How to Embrace New Chapters with novelist Elin Hilderbrand”. Elin Hilderbrand is the author of 28 best-selling books and the queen of the beach read. She’s in town working on her last revisions for book #29! Her muse is the magical island of Nantucket, and her novels include stories of romance, friendships, ex-wives, passionate affairs, and matchmaking. People often wonder how much of Elin's real life is behind these pages - if you think the characters she composes are riveting, wait until you hear her story. She's overcome personal tragedy, heartbreak, divorce, and is an eight-year breast cancer survivor. She relied on discipline, consistency, and determination to overcome it all! We'll hear how she focused on the things she loved…such as writing, her family, her adoring fans, an island 30 miles out, and how having compassion for others gave her strength when she needed it the most. We also hear a romance novelist's advice for finding love. Elin Hildebrand is an American novelist who graduated from Johns Hopkins University and later attended the University of Iowa, earning her MFA. After a short stint in publishing and teaching in New York City, she moved to Nantucket permanently in 1994. In the summer of 2000, she published her first novel, the Beach Club. Her 2019 novel, Summer of 69, debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. Five of her books are currently being optioned for movies, and a six-episode limited series has been green-lighted for Netflix. She's also a mother of three who loves cooking, riding her Peloton, and going to the beach. Kerry Brett and Elin Hilderbrand cover a lot of ground in this conversation. Topics include; Why you need to worry about yourself first – do the work on yourself. Once you’re good and strong, you will attract people. Going out and finding a man won’t fix you. Do things on your own, don’t be afraid to be independent and do something for yourself. Make your own money because what we find attractive in men are the same things they find attractive in us. Men like women who have their finances in order. A romance novelist's advice if you feel down on your luck and looking to find that special person. Elin’s thoughts around a perfect date in Nantucket. Elin's advice for navigating challenging times. Having discipline is Elin’s secret power and sets her up for success. To learn more about Elin’s books or events, visit her website at www.elinhilderbrand.net or follow her on Instagram @elinhilderbrand.
When In Doubt, Don't Send The Text! With Redo Love Founder, Flora Ong (Part Two)
Today, we welcome back Flora Ong, the incredible dating coach and founder of Redo Love! And she discusses how to stop responding to low-effort behavior. Engaging in low-effort behavior creates more of the same. It also shows others what we will accept or tolerate. Unfortunately, we avoid cutting off low-effort behavior because we don't want to feel empty or lonely or have to look within ourselves to figure out why we were accepting this kind of behavior from the beginning. Flora shares how understanding yourself and your attachment style is valuable and why once you figure this out– you discover this is something you can control and, in turn, change the outcome. We’ll learn how women give their power away by being easily accessible, readily available, or by responding in a weak moment. And learn how to avoid these traps, understand subconscious manipulations, and why it's human nature to want to keep a connection going but not at the cost of being mistreated. Flora Ong is the founder of Redo Love, a dating and relationship coach, and a matchmaker. She has set up 100’s of matches with an 85% success rate. After a failed 14-year marriage, she joined the millions of online/app daters in her search for love. During this process, she discovered she had no idea how to date, love, and be loved. Flora turned all her blunders into a quest to find her way into love and help others who struggled with similar issues. Her focus is to help others identify their blocks around dating to find the love they want while experiencing peace in the process. If you’ve listened to my most recent episode, “How to Stop Living off a Meme and a Dream," with Flora Ong – you’ll understand why I immediately had to bring her back for part two. Today we’ll discuss handling text messages, learning when to attach and detach and why the right person feels different to your nervous system. Kerry Brett and Flora Ong cover a lot of ground topics, including: How to stop being a lifetime responder or someone who needs to know every little thing or respond to every text? Why you don’t want to be with someone who doesn’t want to be with you. When things end, you shouldn’t focus on the highlight reel; you should focus on the documentary. When you find the right one, you won’t need to write lists of why he’s not calling in your note section on your phone, and you won’t feel confused, anxious, or bad about yourself – you’ll feel happy and at peace. When in doubt, don’t send the text! You can write the text you want to send and take a screenshot so you can remember it the next day but know your power remains in your silence. Always remember you’re the architect of your destiny and in control of your future. Stop focusing on the negative and focus on the things you want to create more of that.