After a tragedy struck her at a young age, Crissy made it her mission to live for today. Her own journey with coaching led her to become one herself, and now, with her coaching business and podcast Suburban Warrior, she works with women like her, to help them reignite a passion for their careers and their lives.
When the pandemic hit, Barbara's business closed, but soon after, she was asked by her brother to make masks. Since then, she's transformed her business, Barb's Custom Alterations, and now makes masks for frontline works and friends and family who need them most, all for donations only.
When Dayna was laid off during the Coronavirus pandemic, she decided she wanted to do something to help the frontline workers like her mother, a hospital worker, and her husband, a police officer. What started as a simple request for donations to help send pizzas became a Facebook Group that's raised over $7,000 to provide meals and support small businesses
Loren and the team at Local Smoke BBQ have seen their business drop 40% since the Coronavirus pandemic, and the next few months look even more grim. But even so, she decided to give back to her community, and support the hard work her local hospital workers are doing with a give-back and match initiative.
Carlee is an expert helping professionals who feel overworked or overwhelmed, but her journey started when she experienced childhood trauma, which led to her own journey of overworking and then, burnout. Now she runs The Stress Less Company, which is dedicated to helping professionals around the country reduce stress through coaching.
Grace’s love of animals turned into activism. She founded Finding Shelter Animal Rescue to help save and place animals from puppy mills. Listen to how she started her journey into saving animals and educating others to do the same.
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After her experience with post partum depression and OCD, Terra decided to try the mindfulness techniques she had used with her clients on herself. Now, she runs Mindful Mamas , a website and new app, that helps make mindfulness practice more accessible to all.
Amanda's journey to self-care was not an easy one. Working too many long hours and putting others first gravely affected her health, her finances, and her family. Now, on her podcast and on stage, she speaks about the importance of radical self care.
Scharmaine went from living in the projects with her grandmother, to earning a doctorate in nursing. Her hard work, dedication, and ingenuity helped Hurricane Katrina victims during their time of need. On this episode, Scharmaine shares how she rallied in her darkest times to keep going, and how she's using her platform to help inspire young girls to become advanced nurse practitioners through her Nola the Nurse children's book series.