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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 of...


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...


079: Energy Hacks for Entrepreneurs with Dr. Meghan Walker, ND

There’s something we need to talk about, and that is time and energy. Often, I’ll have entrepreneurs coming into my practice with really strong intentions around their health but what I’m hearing from them is that there’s consistently a lack of time getting in the way of them executing the ideas we’re putting down for them to take up. And here’s the thing with time and energy: they’re two of the same thing. Most of the time when people think they don’t have it, what they’re really...


078: How Your Health and Performance are Being Impacted by Your Environment with Dr. Aviad Elgez

There’s this phenomenon that I see when someone is being exposed to chemical or environmental pollutants over and over again, and that is: everytime they encounter it their symptoms tend to worsen but they tend to be consistent. Think about drinking milk when you may be lactose sensitive, or walking through the perfume aisle in the mall. Generally, as we increase our burden of exposure, our reactions become more and more intense. In a world where our environment is increasingly creeping...


077: Entrepreneurship and Hormonal Balancing — How You Can't Have One Without the Other with Dr. Ginger Nash, ND

When it comes to our health as women, there’s one topic that we all probably have familiarity with: the birth control pill and exogenous hormones. Of all the things I talk about in my practice, this is the one where women are searching for the greatest level of honesty and clarity around the influence of the pill on their long-term health. The effects and implications for susceptible people can be devastating. In this episode, we’re going to get into some of the problems with the pill,...


076: Optimizing Health through the Ancient Practice of Qigong with Sue Crites

What if I told you that just through a few simple movements for 10-15 minutes every single day, you could increase your capacity to relax, focus, detoxify, sleep, and protect your body from pollutants? The ancient practice of Qigong improves all of these things in people’s lives! My guest today, Sue Crites, is a certified Qigong instructor and master healer. She is also a nutritionist and has been working in energetic forms of healing for a very long time — in fact, we met at a workshop...


075: Maximizing Your Potential Through Meditation and Technology with Ariel Garten

Speaking of business, badass, and inner-balance — today’s guest has it all. Ariel Garten is a neuroscientist, innovator, mother, and an entrepreneur who’s driving purpose is to empower and help others overcome mental obstacles in order to live healthy, happy lives and help them reach their maximum potential. Ariel is the founder of InteraXon — the makers of Muse, the meditation headband. And they’re a Canadian company! Muse is an award-winning, wearable technology that assists and trains...


: Liberating Your Inner Hero with Dr. Chris Zaino

Today’s guest is someone I met through a mutual friend when I mentioned I wanted to explore the concept of the hero’s journey on the podcast. My friend knew just who to connect with me. When I checked out the website of Dr. Chris Zaino, the first thing that I saw was a quote from him that said, “I liberate heroes.” Dr. Zaino is a chiropractor and has walked the hero’s journey. As a Mr. America in 1998, he thought he was on top of the world until a deadly disease set him back. His own...


073: Magnesium and the Link to Just About Everything with Dr. Carolyn Dean MD, ND

About 20 years ago someone handed me a book about women’s health and naturopathic medicine, by Carolyn Dean. I found this book profound — so profound in fact that I made the decision that I would study naturopathic medicine. And here we are now, nearly 20 years later, and I have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Carolyn Dean. Carolyn Dean is a medical doctor who went back and studied naturopathic medicine and now practices in New York. She is a prolific author, researcher, and commenter on...


072: How to Outplay Your Competition- Leveraging Games for Creative Brain Health with Dr. Meghan Walker, ND

A few years ago, Arianna Huffington famously said, “To be effective, you need to sleep your way to the top.” What she was talking about is not what you’re thinking — it is, however, exactly what she said! You need to sleep. What I want to talk to you today is not about how you sleep or who you sleep with but how you literally outplay your competition. Today we’ve got a solo episode — so you’re stuck with me! And I thought, on the brink of summer, there is nothing better than to discuss...


071: To Juice or Not to Juice with Kimmye Bohannon

Today’s interview was super practical. I had the pleasure of interviewing an incredible entrepreneur, Kimmye Bohannon. She is one of the founders of The Weekly Juicery. Kimmye has completely made it in the juicing industry and built a fabulous business by being steadfast in acknowledging that she is not there to make things taste good, but to make you feel amazing. She has been consistent in setting the highest possible standard in terms of what she creates and puts out there. This...


070: Parenting and CEOing as a Spiritual Journey with Destiny Spurrell

My guest today has such an interesting background. She’s had the pleasure of working with individuals in healthcare over the last 18 years. Seniors in nursing homes, small children — she says she’s had the privilege of being able to witness life from the very beginning to the very end. She believes that when adequate resources are available to all of us the biggest determinant of health becomes our relationship to ourselves. Destiny Spurrell is trained as a naturopathic doctor, she is a...


069: What Your Boundaries Say About Your Business and Health with Dr. Rishma Walji

My guest today is Dr. Rishma Walji. Dr. Rishma Walji is a naturopathic doctor that has been studying naturopathic medicine for over 20 years. She also has a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Toronto. Dr. Rishma Walji is incredibly talented with a diverse background; she’s an entrepreneur, she’s an adventurer, she’s a mother — and she has so much to share! One of the most interesting parts of this conversation today — and there were a lot of them — was looking at this...


068: From 280 lbs to Healer: The Personal and Entrepreneurial Story of Dr. Tabatha Carr, ND

Today’s guest is sharing an important story and journey with us. Tabatha Carr is a healer from Oklahoma City and she has a transformational story and is now putting that story and life to work to transform the lives of others. At 16 years of age, she was put on her first blood pressure medication and by 30 she was taking 3 blood pressure medications a day. She had blood sugar dysregulation and weighed almost 300 pounds. She hit a wall and realized enough was enough. She made the change to...


067: The Secret Language of your Body with Annette Dubreuil

Today’s guest is a badass for sure — she opens up the interview with, “Listen, I started out wanting to change the world,” when I asked her what her vision for her life was. These are the kind of women I resonate with very quickly! Annette Dubreuil was my guest today and what we really dived deep into is this concept called ‘focusing.’ Focusing is a tool to enable us to understand and interpret the feelings we have in our body as they relate to our current mindset or psychology. Focusing...