After more than a decade in the New York City public relations world, Amanda Berlin uses her pitch power for good. She helps entrepreneurs step into their presence, create a story that inspires others, and spread their message in the media. Amanda and her clients have been featured in all types of media from Business Insider to Fox 5. She’s also the host of Empowered Publicity Podcast. Amanda is near and dear to my heart. We met in person and I also got some coaching sessions with her. I highly recommend you to listen to her pearls of wisdom. In this episode, she’s going to teach how to do your own PR and how you can go from being a hidden industry gem to becoming a recognizable, trusted expert.
Dr. Nick Delgado doesn’t look his age and has the stamina of a young stallion. He is a renowned health expert who specializes in longevity and peak performance. His Delgado Protocol helps in understanding the importance of exercise, proper rest, mental acuity, and the health benefits of plant-based proteins and supplements. He is definitely changing lives. In fact, many clients while under the doctor’s supervision, have been able to eliminate pharmaceuticals and surgical intervention completely. If you want to learn more about this topic, check out his new fascinating book, Mastering Love, Sex & Intimacy. In today’s episode, we will talk about longevity, hormones, nutrition, exercise, and the power of the mind.
Food is such a huge part of our lives that most of us have an emotional connection to it. Sometimes it can become an addiction as we use food to fill a void or for emotional support. My guest, Macy Graham, is an online yoga teacher, mind body eating coach, and lifestyle designer at Hungryoga. She helps women resolve their eating challenges and transform that power into creating a life and career they love. In today’s episode, we’ll talk about how to build a happy and healthy relationship with food.
Dr. John Bergman has extensive knowledge of human anatomy and human physiology that few can match. He’s like a walking encyclopedia of knowledge. His practice has continued to grow, serving hundreds of families, focusing on corrective and wellness care, and is dedicated to podiatric development and adult health care. With Dr. Bergman’s unique approach and direct experience of recovery from a severe injury, many successes can be achieved even with the most challenging cases. Are you ready? He’s incredible, he’s outstanding, he’s one of my favorite doctors in the whole world.
Nikki Rausch has a unique ability to transform the misunderstood process of selling. She has reframed selling for me, and she changed it from being pushy, or salesy to really help you do it in the form of invitation, in this very gentle way of authenticity. Nikki's books are available in Amazon, Buying Signals: How to Spot the Green Light and Increase Sales and Six-Word Lessons on Influencing with Grace. Tune in to get the excellent resources for those who are unable to attend her live speaking engagement, coaching programs, or workshops.
Jonathan Levi is a serial entrepreneur, published author, and a life hacker born and raised in Silicon Valley. Since 2014, Jonathan has been one of the top performing instructors on the online learning platform Udemy and has snowballed his success into the launch of his rapidly growing information products company Superhuman Enterprises. SuperHuman Enterprises has tons of products like how to become a super learner and many other products that you should go and check out. Over 150,000 students have enjoyed Jonathan's media products. He teaches people what he had to learn for himself and I'm not going to give it away because I want you to listen to his story. Tune in!
Today, we’re going to talk about how to create, build, and share ideas. My incredible guest is Tamsen Webster. She’s called The Idea Whisperer, part speaker, and part strategist. Tamsen helps people in organization build big ideas that bring significant changes to the world. She combines 20 years in marketing and four years as a TEDx executive producer into The Red Thread: A Simple Way to Change How People See and What They Do As A Result of Your Idea. Tune in!
So you look at Facebook, and you check out people online or on YouTube, and it seems like all the successful business people have this compelling presence online and on social media. But what if you're an introvert? What if you don't love to do videos? What if you want to do things differently? Does that mean that you're not going to be successful? Of course not. There are so many ways to be successful, and there are so many ways not to follow everybody else's way. My guest today is Heather Dominick, a former high school drama teacher who is now a successful self-employed business coach. She created a virtual event, a course called Business Miracles that has helped thousands and thousands of people in a significant way. Her global recognition gave her the opportunity in winning 2015 Best of Manhattan Coaching award. Tune in!
Do you remember a time in your life when you did something that is bigger than yourself? Something that you didn't even know that you can do that gave you a lot of pride and joy? That is not a separate part from you. This is your essence. And in essence, you are capable of living a heroic life and doing heroic things. And I believe that in each and every one of us, there is this greatness that we can all tap into and unleash. I believe that with all my heart.
My guest today is Dr. Chris Zaino. He is a former Mr. America, Mr. Universe, and IFBB pro bodybuilder. He's a world-renowned speaker, author, and entrepreneur. Experienced his own trauma and recovered from a deadly terminal disease and became a doctor and wanted to help others. And now he helps others not only on the physical level but also helps them with their mentality. He created the I Am Hero project to resurrect heroes from that complacency of their secret identity so they can leave a heroic life once again. By expressing and experiencing true love now in every year of their life, and through his four-step methodology, he helps heroes rise.
We're going to talk about self care and how to integrate your feminine essence into your life. And the lady that is going to converse with me today, her name is Elizabeth DiAlto. She's the founder of Wild Soul Movement, and she does one-on-one coaching, she's the host of Truth Telling Podcast, and also an author and a speaker. Her mission in life is to help those who identify as women worldwide to reclaim and redefine their own womanhood and contribute to a new paradigm of culture where it is both safe and natural for women to love, trust and accept themselves fully.
You're in for a treat because my guest is extraordinary. I love her and love everything she talked about. When I think about a neuroscientist, I think about somebody who is a nerd and sits in a lab, whatever interesting imagery comes to mind. She's got the smarts and the fire. She is a wonderful, fun human being that is super wise and is going to teach you how to improve your brain and your memory. Mostly what she's focusing on is how you can stand out, how you can enter a conversation and have people remember you, how you can do a presentation and have people remember you and retain what you told them. This is the key to success because when you are top of mind, people want to work with you, people want to engage with you. How do you stay top of mind? How do you grab someone's attention?
In the past, I don't know why maybe it's my personality, I used to draw attention regardless of what I did. My friends in high school, they could sneak in late and nobody noticed but as soon as I do it until this day, everybody notices it. I'm an attention magnet somehow and in the past, I try to dim it. Sometimes I still do, but the more I talk to more interesting smart people, successful high achievers and all those freaking unbelievable experts that are here, the more I get that getting attention is not necessarily a bad thing. You want to channel it to do good in the world. You want to channel it to a place where it influences your success and the success of the people that are around you and that are working with you. We’re going to learn more about that. Do you want to learn how to be more magnetizing and how to influence people for good and be a force for good?
Carmen Simon is a cognitive neuroscientist, author and Founder of Memzy, a company that uses brain science to help corporation create memorable messages. Carmen consults with major corporations on human memory and on decision making processes and has developed a science-based method that helps people become memorable and drive a desired action. She's worked with AT&T, Google, Cisco, HP, McDonald's and so many more amazing brands. She's also a guest lecturer at Stanford University and speaks frequently on the importance of using brain science to craft communication. She is fantabulous. Also, I would love to hear from you if you are enjoying this. If you feel like it is valuable, then go ahead and give me a five-star review and tell me why you liked it. If you don't like it, don't tell anyone. Just kidding. Being a podcaster, it’s sometimes lonely on the other side. I want to hear and be engaged with you. If this knowledge that I bring to you contribute to your life, inspires you and something that you love and fills your heart with joy, then I would be so grateful to hear from you and connect with you.
Human as we are, we are born to live with a number of emotions. But at the end of the day, it is up to us to choose which ones should stick. Someone who chooses happiness and joy is Molly Mahar, coach, entrepreneur, and founder of Stratejoy. She talks about how you can start claiming your joy and your truth, allowing that to manifest greatly into all aspects of your life. Embracing the power of sisterhood, she encourages women to come together and take ownership with their emotions—finding that confidence and learning how to live with the variety of feelings we have in our daily lives. She also speaks about what women struggle with the most, how to build trust, and how to learn the skill of focusing yourself on what’s good.
What are you afraid of? It's okay to have fears because we all have them. Everyone does. There are the common fears like fear of rejection and fear of failure, and there are so many other fears that people are afraid to admit in public or in person. You could be so consumed with your fears that you close the doors of possibility. Entrepreneur, award-winning pianist, and bestselling author Ravé Mehta will teach you how to open those doors and hack your fear and flow state. He discusses the three pillars of fears and how to powerfully go back to the present and eliminate that possibility of future failure or the fear of failure. He also touches on how you can go back into being present and shares some techniques that will help you when you are dealing with fear.
We are living in a very special time where every day there are amazing new technologies that can improve life like cryotherapy chambers, light therapies, and neurofeedback. We're going to talk about neurofeedback with Dr. Andrew Hill who is one of the top peak performance coaches in the country. He holds a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience from UCLA’s Department of Psychology and continues to do research on attention and cognition. In addition to founding Peak Brain Institute, Dr. Hill is the host of the Head First podcast. He is a lead neuroscientist at TruBrain and the lecturer at UCLA, teaching courses on psychology and neuroscience. Dr. Hill teaches on how to improve your brain using neurofeedback.