Anat Periis the CEO and Founder of Training Camp for the Soul and renowned Creator and Master Facilitator of the TCS Method ignites a flame of change within those who are ready to actively choose a reclaimed existence in this world. With 18 years of experience in developmental work and years of study as a trauma-informed coach, Anat has beautifully combined mindset, somatic healing, and inner child re-parenting to create her unique, and massively needed, method. She has guided hundreds of individuals, practitioners, business owners, and their teams, through the TCS Method and created the kind of change that shapes the future of the world.
Kute Blackson is a beloved inspirational speaker and transformational teacher. He is the author of the national bestselling book You.Are.The.One. and The Magic of Surrender. He is widely considered the next-generation leader in the field of personal development and has been featured on Larry King Now, Fox and Friends, and Dr. Drew, as well, Inc. magazine calls him ‘The Mindfulness Guru Billionaires Go To For Advice’.
Kute Blackson offers a fresh, bold look at spiritual awareness for a whole new generation. Born in Ghana, West Africa, Kute’s multi-cultural upbringing as the child of a Japanese mother and a Ghanaian father has spanned four different continents. His unique lineage lays the foundation for his approach to breaking down barriers and unlocking an individual’s true gifts and greatness.
For over 20 years, Kute Blackson has been inspiring audiences around the world. From the first time he spoke in front of 3000 people at age 8, to speaking in over 300 venues by age 18, to helping organizations develop authentic leadership and achieve extraordinary performance over the last decade. His electrifying presentations, not only offer real-world practical ideas and soul-stirring wisdom but also ignite the heart and inspire courageous action.
He recently received the 2019 Walden Award in the New Thought Wisdom category Unity Organization honors once a year to recognize socially conscious leaders who are making the world a better place. One of the previous year’s winners in this same category was Oprah Winfrey.
Mary Dee guides leaders into achieving clarity with confidence in their strategy and team. She helps Leaders make great decisions based on data, while creating the systems, teams and culture that align with their vision and mission for optimal impact. She works with entrepreneurs, CEO’s, Executives and funded startups who are confused about what strategy to use to make good decisions that drive results.Unlike most agencies and consultants, she has over 2 decades of experience as a COO and Business Owner
In this episode, Mike Trugman interviews me. Mike’smission is to provide the support, accountability, knowledge and safe environment for people to find a customized strategy that works for them to create new reality: a life where you wake up each morning with purpose, energy and excitement.
In this episode, I share about:
My relationship with my parents
About my upbringing in India and how I moved to the US
Events that led to new transformations in life at the age of 30
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Molly Sideris a midlife change coach and the creator and host of the podcast “I Am This Age,” proving you’re never too old to make a significant change. When Molly turned 40, she needed proof that she wasn’t too late or too old to find her “extraordinary.” Career, love, friendships – she sought meaning in all of it and found her life purpose in the process. Now an ICF-accredited CPC, motivational speaker, and podcast host, Molly coaches people in midlife, turning their “crisis” into meaningful change and helping them to write their next life chapter with clarity and confidence.
Podcast Guest: Walt Hampton, J.D. is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Summit Success International, a global personal & professional development firm; and the Acquisitions Director at Summit Press Publishers, a premier publisher of expert positioning books.
This blog post is about Guided Mindful Meditation sent to me by Brandon. I met him a few years ago at a Toastmasters club and since then we kept in touch. He was kind enough to offer me two coaching sessions which were very helpful. If you’re looking to have peace, and balance in life, and want to be more mindful of how you live life — I do recommend working with him as he will help you open new portals of awareness and understanding of self.
Brandon Bennettis a former NFL Executive turned Certified Mindful Leadership Coach. His mission is to empower leaders to live more balanced, peacefully productive, and emotionally authentic lives. He helps highly-driven executives, entrepreneurs, and non-profit leaders create deeper levels of peace, mental clarity, and inner freedom in their lives.
A Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher, Holistic Health Coach, and Highly Sensitive INFJ personality type, Brandon fuses both eastern and western modalities to assist leaders in slowing down, in order to sustainably reduce stress, create peacefully balanced lives, and tap into their highest human potential.
Want to hear an episode that explores finding Peace in the body? Have a listen to my conversation with Mark Coleman, in which we discuss “From Suffering to Peace, Freedom from the Inner Critic, Recognizing Pre-Verbal Traumas, Finding Peace in the Body, Mind, Heart, and World, and much more.
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This post is an excerpt from my interview with Henna Inam. This excerpt sheds light on overcoming mid-life crises, self-reflections daily questions practice, self-limiting loops, practicing self-compassion during tough times and bringing soul to work.
One of the things that I realized while growing up and this goes back to my midlife crisis is that I was so adaptive. The reason I wrote my book wired for authenticity is that I really had struggled, even in my corporate career. I worked in corporate America for Proctor and Gamble, then for Novartis. I was an Asian woman, mostly in meetings with white men. As I grew up through the organization, I was in various C-level roles. I was always adapting and it was sort of the same thing as in my childhood growing up I was always adapting and until I had my midlife crisis and I thought about this has been a really great adventure – but who am I? what do I want? What’s really important?
I think that the advice I would have is for people to dig deep inside, to find their deepest inspirations, to find their most brilliant strengths, and to find a need, that calls to them, there are so many needs right now, whether it’s a need To help people become the best versions of themselves, the people that you lead, or whether it’s a need to find innovative solutions because you are a brilliant thinker and scientist or, whether it’s a need to, create something new, in terms of experiences for people. Our job is to find that fire that’s inside of us that ignites us so that we can step into the most powerful and inspired.
Daily questions practice
This is something that has been written about and talked about by Marshall Goldsmith, who is a leading CEO coach. So I have an Excel spreadsheet and it has my list of 10 questions and I have an accountability partner. We call each other at 7:00 AM every day and she’s got her list and we basically say, how do I rate myself? I rate myself from 0 to 10 – did I do it or did I not do it? 10 is – yes I did it.
Did I exercise today – either walk 10,000 steps or work out for at least a half-hour?
Self-care is sort of the key component to maintaining our own energy and is such an important part of any impact that we’re going to have externally. The question is – did I drink 64 ounces of water?
Did I make healthy food choices? And for me, it’s protein and veggies and anti-inflammatory foods.
Did I eat mindfully with appreciative attention?
Did I meditate and connect with my wisest self for 15 minutes today?
Did I journal the three things that I’m grateful for?
Did I write my top three priorities and progress them for the day?
Did I do my best to practice courage today in situations that called for it?
Did I appreciate the good in others?
Did I take my daily vitamin supplements and Apple cider vinegar?