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S01, Ep 17: Sandra Lewis, Living an Interesting, Inspiring Life

Another inspiring story of someone who is living their passion and dream of doing what they love for a living.

Sandra Lewis is the founder of Life At The Table. She asks the most important question of the day: “What’s for dinner?” Life At The Table educates, inspires and motivates people to cook and create community around the table and at home.

S01, Ep 16: Michelle Bardwell, Listening to Yourself

Are you listening to your mind and body? Do you know what tools and techniques are available to you to help you maximize your health? Today’s episode exposes you to some clear options spiritually, emotionally and physically to help heal and maximize your body’s potential.

Michelle Bardwell is the founder and CEO of Flower Road, an alternative health institute based in Dallas, Texas. Trained in aromatherapy and the use of essential oils and hydrosols, Michelle is a believer in helping people live healthy, happy lives.

S01, Ep 15: Paola Sabini, Using Technology to Your Advantage

Learning to communicate effectively and exposing the world to the real you is the subject of today’s episode. While IT is a key part of all of our business lives, we need to realize it is really only a tool to meet the goals we’ve set for ourselves.

Paola Saibene, CEO of Neuropeach Labs,  has years of experience in IT transformation and business Innovation, having held multiple CIO/ CTO/ CSO/ COO positions in government and in the private sector, including multi-billion dollar enterprises, including the State of Hawaii. She is a pioneer in transforming and innovating in organizations under tremendous scrutiny.

S01, Ep 14: Michael Peticolas, Allow Yourself to Live Boldly

What have you done (or are you doing) to live boldly and live your life authentically. Today’s guest, Michael Peticolas chose to live his dream to become one of the premier craft beer brewers in the nation.

Michael Peticolas is a fifth-generation Texas trial attorney and owner/operator of Dallas’s Peticolas Brewing Company. After practicing law for a decade, Michael turned to his passion for craft beer.  Since 2011, Peticolas Brewing Company has won numerous local and national awards, and is an established craft beer industry leader in Texas.

S01, Ep 13: Shea Boothe-Wood, Doing Something for Yourself

What are you doing for yourself? Today’s episode talks about self care—from taking better care of your skin to choosing and wearing the best fashions that fit your style, body type and image.

Shea Boothe-Wood is a mother, entrepreneur, East Dallas resident and founder of 2 Shea Boutique & Med Spa and of 2 Shea Baby Boutique. Shea has spent over 25 years in the skincare industry, beginning her career with such skincare giants as Estee’ Lauder, Christian Dior and Aveda Corporation.

S01, Ep 12: Billy Johnson, Servant Leadership

Are you more of a mentor than you are a boss? Then you just might be a servant leader. Today’s episode deals with some of the best examples of what it takes to be a servant leader and how they are being developed.

Billy Johnson is the Director of the Professional Leadership Program at the University of North Texas, which is housed in the College of Business. The Professional Leadership Program is a nationally recognized mentoring program, which matches students up with successful executives all over North Texas, and helps the students get ready for the business world before they get into the business world.

S01, Ep 11: Shelby (Miles) Carino, How Good Are You At Setting Goals?

How good are you at setting goals—and then keeping them? Do you know the SMART method? In today’s episode, we talk about how to use this formula, find your power within and then see results from your collective efforts.

Shelby (Miles) Carino is a psychic and seer who helps people to understand who they are and how best to awaken within themselves the power to overcome any obstacle.

S01, Ep 10: Lon Ricker, Having and Living by a Mission Statement and Core Values

Are you the best leader you can be and do you have a mission statement? In today’s discussion with Lon Ricker of The American Fallen Soldiers Project, we talk about how mission statements can define and direct an organization.

Lon Ricker is a 20-year survivor of the corporate world who realized that there is more to life than a big paycheck. He has served in a variety of roles with several non-profits in North Texas including The AmericanFallen Soldiers Project, SoupMobile and In-Sync Exotics.

S01, Ep 09: Dr. Edward Lewellen: Observer, Action, Result

Do you have balance in your life and are you being authentic? Today’s episode discusses body language and how we show up to those around us.

Dr. Edward Lewellen holds an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity, Certified Master Executive Coach, Master NLP Practitioner, Master Life Coach and has an MBA in Management. He has consulted with businesses, universities, and Chambers of Commerce on value-adding business forums and topics.

S01, Ep 08: Yes, and…

Do you know the concept of  “Yes, and..” from improvisational comedy? In this episode, recorded at a lunchtime networking group in Dallas, Claire shows the crowd (and you) just what it takes to engage people and make conversation and connecting really work. A great example of dynamic speaking and people engagement.

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