Dr. Merry Harris is a Chiropractic Clinical Neurologist with over two decades of experience. She has a private practice in Woodinville, WA; and she’s the only active woman doctor of her kind in the state. Dr. Merry’s mission is to help others live to their fullest by helping their bodies function properly. In this episode, we talk about ADHD, anxiety, and depression; and how to overcome these disorders with proper stimulation.
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My guest Manny Medina is the CEO of Outreach.io, a sales automation firm that has grown from six employees to over 230 in its first three years. Born in Ecuador, Manny moved to the US for college which led him to work at two of the most prominent tech giants Amazon and Microsoft before becoming a CEO. Manny has been featured on CNBC, HuffPost, and Entrepreneur.com.
In this episode, I ask Manny about his journey from employee to entrepreneur, how he got started using automation to increase...
My guest Margo Myers is a former award-winning TV news anchor. She has spent more than 20 years doing TV news at KOMO and KIRO TV in Seattle. Now she manages her own PR firm and is a communications expert, keynote speaker, and an executive coach.
In this episode, we talk about her journey to becoming a news anchor and her transition to becoming an entrepreneur. I also ask Margo to share her best advice she gives her clients on personal branding and getting ahead at work.
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My guest Beth Whitman is women’s travel expert and host of the Be Bold Podcast. She’s travel around the World mostly solo and has almost 30 years of traveling under her belt.
Her mission is to inspire other women to pursue their travel dreams while becoming a better version of themselves. Beth’s travel blog has nearly 10,000 subscribers and she’s been featured in USA Today, CNN, MSNBC, and multiple lifestyle magazines.
In this episode, I talk with Beth about her love affair with travel,...
My guest is one of Seattle’s favorite yoga teachers and one of my friends, Carina Terra. She has been practicing yoga since she was 13 and has studied with some of the world’s most respected yoga experts.
She moved from Brazil to the U.S on her late 20’s, and owned and managed a yoga studio for ten years. Today she continues to spread her passion for yoga by holding teacher training programs and classes in the Seattle Area.
In this episode, we’ll be talking about yoga and meditation,...
My guest Jorge Barón is a national figure in the immigration debate. He was born in Bogota, Colombia and moved to the U.S. when he was 13.
As the son of a TV legend in Colombia, it seemed like Jorge's destiny was to be in the entertainment business. But instead, his career took a different path. Now he’s the leader of one of the largest immigrant rights nonprofits in the U.S.
In 2008, Governor Gregoire appointed Jorge to serve on Washington’s New Americans Policy Council. In 2009, Puget...
A local media legend stops by. My guest has spent four decades as a broadcast journalist where he’s interviewed newsmakers and celebrities—from former presidents to music icons.
He’s the recipient of nine Northwest Emmy Awards. In 2003 The Seattle Weekly featured him as Best TV Host and in 2006 Seattle Magazine named him one of the most influential people of the year.
Enrique Cerna is the senior correspondent at KCTS 9. In this episode, he shares how to get people back on track when they...
Niveen Heaton was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but grew up in Caracas, Venezuela. A mixed background that has given her a unique perspective that she brought to fruition by building a 7-figure swimwear company called Adicora, which she started in 2009.
Niveen is also the fashion creative director of Metropolitan Fashion Week, one of the fastest growing fashion events in the United States.
In this episode, we'll explore Niveen's Latin roots, her journey to becoming a fashion designer,...
Gary Rubens is an angel investor, philanthropist, and entrepreneur.
In this episode, we talked about his life's highs and lows, his passion for education, the valuable lessons he learned during his journey to building a $120 million dollar business, and why he recently decided to go back to school to get a college degree.
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Have you ever struggle with the question, “What’s my purpose?” For many of us, narrowing down on “the one thing” we’re supposed to be, is a never-ending challenge.
That’s why I’m excited about my guest Justine Joslyn. She's a skilled therapist and life coach, and founder of the Self Empowerment Institute. For over 15 years—through her private practice and group workshops—Justine has dedicated her life to helping others develop the confidence and self-discipline required to transform their...
I had the opportunity to attend a fundraising breakfast event organized by The Washington State Opportunity Scholarship on October last year. And even though I was looking forward to the keynote speaker, Best-Selling author Angela Duckworth, the speaker that followed, former homeless turned UW scholar Mark Bennett stole the show for me.
Mark’s story is pretty incredible. At 17 he became a father, and he was addicted to alcohol and drugs. Fast forward, he ended up homeless and lost custody...