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032: How to Live Free with Sara Quiriconi

My guest for this episode is the amazing, inspiring Sara Quiriconi. Founder and creator of the Live Free Manifesto, Unfck Your Body Series, and author of the just-released Living {Cancer} Free, Sara is a 15-year cancer survivor who is living proof that you can move through anything. A warrior, healer, creator, and determined soul, she travels the world filming, interviewing, experiencing, sharing, and creating online content and in-person conferences to inspire others to live a life of...


031. Know Yourself to Empower and Protect Your World with Charise Colbert

Download this episode Charise Colbert is a life purpose coach, speaker, and founder of Golden Life Living. As a survivor of domestic violence, she knows the importance of self-discovery, tapping into your purpose, pursuing your passion, and choosing better over bitter. Charise works to empower others to pinpoint their goals, remove blocks, and pursue a life of purpose with confidence and clarity through self-reflection and personal development. She draws lessons from personal experiences,...


030: Don't Make Your Past Stories Part of Your Right Now with Lindsey Heiserman

Download this episode Lindsey is a personal trainer and life coach with over a decade of experience working with a wide variety of clients. Her mission is to empower you to live life on your terms with health and movement as the foundation. The foundation of her training and life philosophy is Mind, Muscle and Movement. Engage your mind, Strengthen your muscle and Experience movement. When not working with clients you can find her training for obstacle course racing, adventuring and...


029: How Letting Go Opens You to Meaning & Purpose with Robb Holman

Download this episode Robb Holman is an internationally recognized leadership expert, executive coach, keynote speaker, and bestselling author who has a heart for authentic relationships and a true talent for equipping people with the skills and the knowledge necessary for their success. His work has been featured in top publications like Inc., Forbes, and Fast Company and endorsed by many of the world's top leadership thinkers. With passion and exuberance, Robb’s dynamic teaching style...


028: Falling Down Can Be Necessary to Reach New Heights with Steve Gordon

Download this episode Steve Gordon is the founder of The Unstoppable CEO®, the bestselling author of Unstoppable Referrals: 10x Referrals, Half the Effort and has recently released his latest book, The Exponential Network Strategy. He is the editor of three business newsletters and has published hundreds of articles on marketing and selling high-ticket products and services in high-trust transactions. At age 28, Steve Gordon became the CEO of an engineering/consulting firm. Twelve years...


027. Looking Back on Days Done with Bryan Falchuk

As I come up to my 40th birthday, I thought it would be good to look back on the 26 episodes of the Do a Day Podcast and hit on the amazing guests I've had, some of the key messages they've shared, and talk about one Vegan day, my effort to use my 40th to help people try being Vegan for one day. It's a way to use my milestone as a catalyst for others to have a milestone in their lives for their health and the health of the planet. Or just a way for everyone to prove to themselves that they...


026: Have a Goal Every Day & a Plan to Do It with Dick Vitale

Dick Vitale, college basketball’s top analyst and ambassador, joined ESPN during the 1979-80 season -- just after the network’s September 1979 launch -- following a successful college and pro coaching career. In 2008, Vitale received the sport’s ultimate honor when he was selected as an inductee into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (after being named a finalist in 2004, 2006 and 2007) as a contributor.Vitale called ESPN’s first-ever NCAA basketball game – Wisconsin at DePaul on...


025: Finding Your Hidden Why with Leigh Martinuzzi

Leigh Martinuzzi is The Hidden Why Guy. He is an expert in lifestyle design although he would say that he’s just another guy trying to figure out life. He is passionate about creating and living a meaningful life – a life that dissolves suffering and regret. As a compassionate guy Leigh wishes to inspire, educate and help others do the same. He assists people via speaking, mentoring, writing, and podcasting. Having a corporate background in senior executive positions for various...


024: Coming Through Great Pain to Find Heart in Life with Terri Levine

Terri Levine is known as the business-mentoring expert with heart and is a top business and marketing strategist. She is changing the way business owners around the world connect with their target audiences, then sell and serve their customers and their employees. Terri is known for consulting with business owners to stop selling, marketing and operating businesses using traditional methods and moves them into true, authentic, heart-to-heart people-centered communication models where sales...


023: The Path of Prosperity Has Nothing to Do with Money with Emmitt Muckles

Emmitt Muckles is an Author, Podcaster and speaker/ corporate trainer. Emmitt’s mission is to share the knowledge of conscious unlimited living. His current project is the Billionaire Lifestyle Podcast interviewing conscious creators helping audiences self mind coach and feel connected. Even though Emmitt was successful vocationally, with the creation of The Billionaire Lifestyle LLC, and The Billionaire Lifestyle Podcast/blog Emmitt was seeking what he calls an intended purposeful life, as...


022: Why Having a Fit Mind Matters for Your Wellbeing with Lee Havern

Download this episode Lee Havern had many years of mentoring clients successfully in the Health and Fitness Industry (He Co-Founded Platinum Training Institute, A Health and Fitness Education Provider in Queen's University Belfast). He then decided to follow his passion helping others to discover Happiness through Mental Health and Well Being. This is where Fit Mind Matters was born. Links Fit Mind MattersEpisode...


021: Redesigning Wellness by Knowing Yourself with Jen Arnold

Download this episode Jen Arnold is host of the Redesigning Wellness podcast where she interviews experts on the topic of organizational health. Jen’s on a mission to change the common approach to employee health and wellness. To support this mission, she facilitates employee training that addresses leadership, resilience and mindfulness. For the 16 years prior to starting her own business, Jen led organizational health and wellness efforts and advised employers how to start them. Most...


020: Dedication to Finding Purpose Transforms Lives with Dr. Jason Brooks

Download this episode Recognized as one of the most prominent emerging voices in personal and organizational transformation, Dr. Jason is also likely to be one of the most authentic, transparent and "real". His life mission of changing lives and growing leaders provides the foundation and focus where his purpose and passion are fully unleashed. Dr. Jason has almost 25 years' experience in senior leadership roles in multi-million and multi-billion dollar Fortune 100 and Fortune 500...


019: Finding Humility & Balance in the Unexpected with Tim Fargo

Tim Fargo is a two-time Inc. 500 winner. After declaring bankruptcy in 1991, he took that moment of struggle and decided it wasn't how he would be defined. He pushed himself forward, launched a new company, and sold it seven years later for $20m. He then wrote his book, Alphabet Success, and built the basis for his current company while promoting his book. Today that company, Social Jukebox has thousands of customers around the world using it to post to their social media accounts. There's...


018: Why Vulnerability & Honesty are Key to Having Power with Sonya Looney

Download this episode It’s perseverance and attitude that propelled Sonya Looney to 25+ mountain bike endurance wins across the world including stage races in more than 20 countries. As a veteran stage racer and former 24-Hour World Champion, Sonya continues to endure all flavors of adventure and challenge in places like the Sahara Desert, Himalayas, jungles of Sri Lanka, South American Andes, and rural mountains of Haiti. Her mantra “Be Brave. Do Epic Sh!t” prevails across all of her...


017: The Power of Consistency in Finding What You Seek with Dorie Clark

Download this episode Dorie Clark is a marketing strategy consultant, professional speaker, and frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review. Recognized as a “branding expert” by the Associated Press, Fortune, and Inc. magazine, she is the author of Entrepreneurial You (Harvard Business Review Press,), Reinventing You, and Stand Out, which was named the #1 Leadership Book of 2015 by Inc. magazine and one of the Top 10 Business Books of the Year by Forbes. It was also a Washington...


016: Self-Confidence & Curiosity Are Musts to Find Your Awesome with Kelsey Abbott

Download this episode Kelsey Abbott is a Confidence Coach & Instigator of Joy, writer, speaker and host of the Find Your Awesome podcast. She helps driven people crush self doubt so they can experience unstoppable growth with ease and freedom. To do that, she helps her clients learn to really truly love themselves, shed the shoulds, embrace their unique greatness and sparkle. Kelsey studied at the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC) where she earned certifications as...


015: The Power of Influence for Unbreakable Success with Aaron Keith Hawkins

Aaron Keith Hawkins is the author of Million Dollar Influence, a keynote speaker, business and life coach, podcast host, and influence expert. After a brush with his mortality in 2009 that we talk about in this interview, he dedicated his life to helping others increase their awareness of the thoughts and actions that are creating their experiences and results at home and work, and sharing simple but powerful skills to improve them. Aaron’s podcast, Unbreakable Success, is full of training...


014: Taking Responsibility for Your Life to Become a Human 2.0 with Mark Metry

Mark is the host of iTunes Top Charts podcast, Humans 2.0. Mark’s show features an innovative and talented guest in every episode available on YouTube, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher Radio, and iHeart Radio. On the show, Mark converses with CEO’s, entrepreneur’s, authors, and many other inspiring individuals like Jay Samit, Neil Patel, and David Meltzer to educate others to change their own lives and upgrade to the Human version 2.0 that is inside all of us. Prior to creating the Humans 2.0...


013: Finding Rebirth Out of Depression with Michael Nulty

At the end of 2014 Michael left behind his highly successful corporate career of over twenty years to follow a dream. But what started as an idyllic beginning to a very new chapter in his life ended up becoming a living hell. As his life unravelled around him, he lost himself and twenty seven years after he attempted suicide for the first time he was there in that dark place of depression, again.Michael's story is remarkable because, in the midst of despair he found hope and a connection...