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99: How to Fuel Your Body Nutritionally as an Entrepreneur with Amanda Foti

It was an absolute pleasure to sit down with my guest today, Amanda Foti! Amanda is a registered dietitian from New York with a Master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition. She’s also the Director at Healthie — a comprehensive platform for nutritional and wellness care. But, most excitingly (for me), she’s also an entrepreneur who got the start-up itch. Today’s conversation is all about how we can eat better as mission-minded entrepreneurs. And it’s a really interesting one too! Amanda...


098: Your Skin as Your Brand — How to Heal It and Protect It

“Badass,” is a really great way to describe my guest today. Dr. Keira Barr is a global speaker, international best-selling author, educator, and dual board-certified dermatologist who’s been in practice for the last 20 years. But what makes her really exceptional at being able to talk about skin health in an integrative capacity is her own story as a cancer survivor. Ironically, as someone who’s trained in dermatology, she found herself face-to-face with a diagnosis of skin cancer. It was...


097: Forecasting 2019 Health and Wellness Trends with the Entrepology Performance Labs Team

Today’s episode was a ton of fun to put together! We decided, as a team, that we wanted to lay down our version (or interpretation) of health and wellness trends that we’re forecasting for 2019. On top of that, we’re also giving you our take on them, what we think is working, and whether or not we think they’ll stand the test of time. My team is pretty incredible and I’m super excited to give you all the chance to hear from all of them — for the first time ever — all in one episode!...


096: How to use Psychology and Physiology to Fuel Momentum in Your Life and Business with Meghan Walker

It’s that time of the year! It’s just after Christmas, so I figured this episode would be perfect to focus on — and explore — some new ideas moving into the new year. Every year, I pick a word that is going to summarize my intention for the following year. In 2018, my word was growth, and as I reflect back on this year I realize we created so many new initiatives that are about growth — not just growing now, but into the future. We truly were able to live up to the intention that I set....


095: Can You Change Your Brain and Your Attitude in 30 Days? with Suze Yalof Schwartz

I always find it fascinating to take a look at what people who are highly evolved in their careers have done — where the commonalities exist for them. I ask about this and observe this in my practice with my patients and I thoroughly enjoy exploring these themes on the podcast. One of the things that I’ve started to observe is the common practice among those who are executing at the highest level: exercise and meditation. It comes as no surprise that I encounter more and more evolved,...


094: Why You and Your Adrenals Really Need to Niche Your Business, with Brandy Kinnear

For today’s interview, and future interviews, I’ve decided to feature more of the experts that exist in my own world; my council of amazing people who contribute and provide insight in my own business (and others). So, to kick things off, I’m interviewing Brandy Kinnear. Brandy is the founder and chief cheerleader over at Your Ideal Patients. She is an absolute trailblazer in the health and wellness industry and knows how to work with doctors in the natural medicine space to help them...


093: Your Cycle, the Moon, and Your Physiological Power as a Woman on a Mission

I connected with today’s guest almost immediately after meeting her. We bonded over the notion of badass women and our capacity to invoke positive change in the world. Diana Lane is a fascinating healer; she’s a stress-reduction specialist, holistic health expert, esoteric healer, and acupuncturist. And what’s so cool about her history and her tools as a healer is that she did not start out this way. Her journey had her starting out on a traditional path, studying pre-med, with ambitions...


092:Why You Experience Physical Pain and How To Make It Go Away with Dr. Tyna Moore, ND

I’ve been trying to get today’s guest on for a loooong time! Dr. Tyna Moore is a naturopathic doctor, and chiropractor, and success coach for fellow N.D.s looking to amplify their impact in the world. Needless to say, she and I are on a similar mission and are really aligned in how we enjoy helping people. Her expertise, however, when it comes to clinical care, is different than mine. She is an expert in pain management and has an intuitive sense in terms of understanding where pain...


091: How to Get Over Your Fear of Public Speaking and Connect to Your Story, with Johanna Walker

If I were to ask you your greatest fear in the world, statistics tell me that aside from death, most of you would likely answer public speaking. While the connection between public speaking and health isn’t necessarily in focus for all of us right away, what I hear behind the scenes at my practice is that powerful women (on big missions to change the world!) eventually butt up against the need to publicly speak. It scares them and induces anxiety, and they end up avoiding the next right...


090: How to Eat Naked and Build a Burgeoning Food Empire; A Tale of Nourishment and Entrepreneurism with Justyna Kozlowska

You may have guessed that I have a little thing for entrepreneurs — and I’m especially excited about the idea of women doing really badass things in this industry. My guest today is Justyna Kozlowska — the founder of NAGI, a Canadian company that makes really incredible nutritionally balanced energy bars and snacks. What I absolutely love about what Justyna’s story is that she was just this person who consistently took the right next step. She was a health and fitness expert and was...


089: What Your Hormones, Dental Plaque, and Oral Self-Care Have to do with Your Risk to Disease and Overall Health Optimization, with Ryan Nolan

There’s really nothing worse than feeling completely confident going into a situation and then at the very last minute realizing you likely have the worst breath in the world! Today’s guest, Ryan Nolan, is a Dental Materials Scientist. And what I love about Ryan’s story and what I enjoyed so much about this interview is the beautiful intersection between medicine and entrepreneurship that perfectly encapsulates what The Entrepology Podcast is all about. An important ‘aha’ moment in...


088: The Root of Empowerment: Assessing and Treating Your Pelvic Floor (Yup, We’re Going There), with Chana Ross

There’s nothing like challenging our inner badass than having a dysfunction in our pelvic floor. And today we’re going to talk all about it (and more!) with my guest, Chana Ross. Chana is a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist and the owner of Vital Physiotherapy and Wellness here in Toronto, Canada. She is an absolute expert in her field and she is going to give us the low-down on what we need to know about our pelvic floor and what we can do about improving it! While it’s easy to joke about...


087: How to Launch a Food Product Like a Boss with Angela Kelly

My guest today is up to something very cool! We met each other at an event that I was speaking at a few months ago and when Angela Kelly and I introduced ourselves to each other and I asked her what she did, she said that she was a cricket entrepreneur. And to say the least, I was intrigued. I had only eaten cricket once before in the form of a protein bar when I was 4 months pregnant. I was totally curious how this woman was not only interested in and came upon crickets, but how she...


086: Why Energy, Karma, and Your Inner Reality Are Contributing or Inhibiting Your Success in Life and Business, with Art Giser

Today I want to speak about what gets in the way of accessing your inner badass, and that is this particular feeling. I don’t have a word for it, but I can describe it: it’s that feeling when you walk into a room, have an interaction with someone, and then depart that interaction feeling absolutely drained. In my practice, I’ve observed that women, more than men, are attuned to these feelings. And the unfortunate part is, these feelings can penetrate into our relationships, get in the way...


085: The Relationship Between Food, High Achievement, and Addiction with Erin Wathen

My guest today, Erin Wathen, is a food expert. She came to understand how we diet and why we don’t do well on them after her own personal journey of yo-yo dieting — starting from when she was only 15 years old. This is a story that so many of us can relate to but don’t know how to break free from. In this episode, Erin talks extensively about food addiction and we go into great detail about how it’s not food that we are after, but actually, feelings that we are chasing. More explicitly,...


084: How to Poo Like the High Achiever That You Are (No, Really, That's What We Are Talking About) with Marisol Teijeiro

My guest today is someone I have known and respected for a very long time. She is the epitome of a go-getter; she is an entrepreneur, a colleague, and a naturopathic doctor. She’s immensely passionate around one of the most foundational things we look at as NDs — that’s also probably the least favorite thing you talk about as health seekers or as patients — and that is: poo. If we’re going to talk about bowel movements, we’re going to bring someone in who can do it in not only an eloquent...


083: The Mindset Required to Survive, Thrive, and Scale a Product-Based Business with Cydney Mar

Today’s guest is a perfect encapsulation of what Entropology is all about. Cydney Mar is a multi-passionate entrepreneur with a flair for reinvention, believing that the lessons and skills you learn as you go through life are things that can serve you later on in compelling and amplifying ways. Early in her career, she suffered a tragic accident as a national level competitive figure skater and then found herself in the fashion world. She leveraged the discipline she learned as a skater...


082: Why Imposter Syndrome is Holding You Back and What to do About It, with Susan Hobson

There is one concept that if it interrupts the flow in our brain it can take us off the pathway of momentum faster than most other things I know — and that is this concept of imposter syndrome. With imposter syndrome, you’ll believe that the success you’ve achieved has really been created on a false foundation of self — that all of your success was on accident or based purely on luck and you don’t truly have the skills to back yourself up. So, I wanted to explore this concept and learn...


081: What Does Normal Digestion Actually Look Like? With Dr. Anita Davis

It’s my pleasure today to introduce you all to an accomplished Naturopathic Doctor and someone who’s at the forefront of her field talking about something we’re all curious about, but never really want to reveal amongst our group of friends — and that is optimal digestive health. Dr. Anita Davis, in particular, has been focusing in her practice on the diagnosis and treatment of a condition called SIBO — Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth. It is pervasive and insidious in the lives of so many...


080: The Mindset Ingredients of High Performance with Dr. Yashar Khosroshahi, ND

I have this ongoing “chicken or the egg” question about what really comes first when we move towards optimal health. Is it your mindset that drives the performance that enables you to live your best life or is it your health that drives your mindset? Luckily today, I have the perfect guest to help me answer this exact question: Dr. Yashar Khosroshahi, also known as Dr. K. Yashar is an accomplished Naturopathic Doctor and Brain-Based Executive Coach. He is incredible when it comes to...