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Jul 31, 2018

Creativity is the purest expression of our divinity. It is a source of energy as people learn to express themselves authentically. Catalyst for creativity Adam Roa says we are all creative. We're all able to unlock our inner artists and express ourselves. As we are doing that, we are expressing the highest frequency that we're able to tap into. The cosmic philosophy is that what we're facing on the planet right now and a lot of the issues that we're seeing are asking for new ways of being and new systems to be designed that will work for everyone. In order to do that, we get to create from higher levels. Adam believes that creative energy is important and that is why he uses it and helps activate it in others.

Jul 24, 2018

Do you feel like you’re overwhelmed with things to do, but can’t get caught up because you blink and the day is over? If so, this is the episode for you! Here to dig into amazing and potentially life-changing tips is the incredible Erin Falconer. She’s a partner and editor-in-chief of Pick the Brain, and cofounder of leaf.tv. I’m excited to share this stimulating conversation with a wonderful human being who will help you refocus and reorganize your mind so you can breathe, enjoy life, do less, and achieve more.

Connect With Erin:

Pick the Brain
Leaf.tv
@erinfalconer on Twitter
Erin Falconer on Instagram
Erin Falconer on LinkedIn
erin@pickthebrain.com

The Mission Log:

  • [02:01] - Erin starts things off by sharing a bit about herself, and how she has accomplished so much in a relatively short time.
  • [05:50] - Has Erin always been an extremely productive person?
  • [07:02] - We hear about what Erin does to avoid slipping into negative old habits.
  • [09:38] - Is there a way to change things so you start enjoying doing the things that you generally don’t like?
  • [12:12] - Orion talks about Dr. John Demartini and his Value Determination.
  • [14:40] - Does Erin think that procrastination and empowerment are related when it comes to women?
  • [18:33] - Erin shares her thoughts on gender imbalances and personal safety factors in various parts of the world.
  • [19:34] - In her blog, does Erin talk about these kinds of issues?
  • [21:05] - Erin particularly likes writing about women and her experience as a woman across various careers.
  • [23:32] - What is the biggest professional struggle that Erin has overcome in her life so far?
  • [27:12] - People think that success is a straight line, Orion points out, but it usually involves some detours.
  • [30:52] - What does Erin do every day to motivate herself or center herself?
  • [33:05] - Erin emphasizes how important it is to find humor in things and to smile.
  • [37:03] - Orion used to take improv classes, and talks about fun how the experience was for her.
  • [40:16] - The brain starts to take you away from who you really are, Erin points out, so you need to find moments of true instinct to reconnect with who you really are.
  • [41:05] - What are some of Erin’s top productivity tips?
  • [43:55] - Erin shares her advice for someone who has a hard time saying “no” to other people, or focusing on their own goals.
  • [48:00] - Orion shares that she uses the metaphor of putting your own oxygen mask on first before helping others a lot in her practice.
  • [50:46] - What are some technical tools or apps that Erin uses for productivity?
  • [55:47] - Where can listeners find Erin to learn more or work with her?

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Jul 17, 2018

Rene Brent is a certified clinical hypnotherapist and the #1 international bestselling author of the book How Big Is Your BUT? A former ICU and ER nurse, Rene is passionate about helping her clients to use the power of the deep inner mind to release blocks and reach personal and professional goals. If you’re ready to break your patterns and reprogram your own mind for success, this is the episode for you!

Connect With Rene:

Rene Brent Hypnosis
Practice Happy Now
@ReneHypnosis on Twitter
Rene Brent Hypnosis on Facebook

The Mission Log:

  • [04:55] - Rene shares a bit about herself from her personal perspective, and explains the path that she took to discover hypnotherapy.
  • [07:38] - We hear about Rene’s first experience with hypnotherapy.
  • [08:59] - What does it mean when Rene says that the mind will never be something it disagrees with?
  • [10:28] - Rene talks about what “living on the outside” is, and why it’s a problematic way to go through life.
  • [12:40] - Why does Rene think hypnotherapy and NLP can be so powerful?
  • [14:36] - We learn more about how hypnotherapy and NLP work, and how quickly they can be effective compared to traditional therapy.
  • [1729] - Rene shares a story that surprised even her about a 9-year-old client who was frequently getting stung by bees.
  • [20:03] - For people who aren’t familiar with the terms, what are a “pattern interrupt” and “neuroplasticity”?
  • [21:49] - Rene walks listeners through a specific technique for dealing with experiences of fear or stress.
  • [24:52] - Orion talks about the 40 Years of Zen program that she did in Seattle.
  • [28:37] - We learn what Rene would do if she were working with Orion, based on the story that Orion has just shared.
  • [31:22] - Rene explains that all hypnosis is ultimately self-hypnosis, and she just helps to guide people.
  • [32:42] - Does Rene feel like she has solved and eliminated all of her own echoes?
  • [34:59] - Rene talks more about hypnotherapy, explaining that it should never tell you what to feel or think, and that the mind won’t take you anywhere you don’t want to go.
  • [37:56] - Orion points out that stress is considered an okay thing to say, and Rene points out that our society is much more fear-based than others.
  • [40:34] - We hear about Rene’s book, and what the “But” in the title refers to.
  • [42:35] - What were Rene’s own big “but”s? And what created her own breakthroughs?
  • [45:43] - Rene shares some powerful tips for increasing your confidence and allowing yourself to be seen.
  • [48:54] - What are Rene’s three top tips to living a stellar life? #1. Gain awareness. #2. Take care of your body. #3. Don’t forget to have fun!
  • [52:16] - Rene talks about where listeners can find her to learn more or work with her.

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Jul 10, 2018

Kelly Lynn Adams joins me in this conversation to teach you how to be a leader. Kelly is a certified leadership and life coach, writer, speaker, and founder of The After 5 Club, a movement that helps women juggle responsibilities and grow their side hustles. She has helped thousands of women build smart and sustainable businesses and redefine success through shifting their mindset. She helps her clients increase their confidence and step into their divine power.

Connect With Kelly:

Kelly Lynn Adams
Kelly Lynn Adams on Instagram
@KellyLynnAdams on Twitter
Kelly Lynn Adams’ Facebook fan page
Kelly Lynn Adams on Facebook
Kelly Lynn Adams on YouTube

The Mission Log:

  • [03:58] - Kelly introduces herself and talks about her history in the coaching industry.
  • [04:45] - What is the biggest obstacle for women who want to start their own business while working a 9-5 job?
  • [07:50] - Kelly talks about the gap that she bridges between what women say they want and what they actually do.
  • [12:14] - Orion talks about Dr. Demartini’s value determination, which you can take on his website.
  • [14:05] - What does Kelly see as success? In her answer, she talks about a specific goal she set, and how she felt when she achieved it.
  • [19:04] - Orion responds to Kelly’s answer about what success means for her, and explains the value of taking time to relax.
  • [23:12] - Kelly talks about a point in her career when she was working too hard and ended up in the hospital.
  • [27:18] - What does Kelly see that women are lacking in when it comes to understanding how powerful, smart, wise, and wonderful they are?
  • [33:39] - We hear more about Kelly’s and Orion’s experiences with horses.
  • [37:07] - Orion shares more extraordinary experiences that she has had with animals.
  • [39:11] - How does Kelly help her clients achieve life-work balance?
  • [43:12] - Kelly tackles the question of how making money is a spiritual thing, pointing out that it’s a way of honoring your worth.
  • [46:23] - What are Kelly’s three top tips for living a stellar life? #1. Manage your mindset and what you’re consuming on all levels. #2. When you think you have surrendered, surrender some more. #3. Slow down to speed up.
  • [49:58] - Kelly lists some places where people can find her online to learn more about what she does or work with her.

Links and Resources:

Jul 3, 2018

Have you ever felt pulled in so many different directions that you were completely overwhelmed? Mary Shores is an expert in personal development, as well as a businesswoman who developed a roadmap for how to take control of your life. She generates pragmatic solutions for people who are freaking out or feeling stuck. Mary blends personal experience with her extensive knowledge of neuroscience and human behavior to guide businesses and individuals to their ideal life.

Connect With Mary:

Mary Shores
Mary Shores on LinkedIn
Mary Shores on Facebook
@mary_shores on Twitter
Mary Shores on Instagram
Fearless Ambition group on Facebook

The Mission Log:

  • [04:43] - Mary introduces herself, talking about starting her first company as well as a tragic personal loss.
  • [06:34] - How did Mary deal with everything, and shift from loss and trauma into building her own business?
  • [10:05] - The starting point to change the feeling of unworthiness is to think about empowerment, Mary explains.
  • [13:58] - Orion reiterates and expands on what Mary has been explaining about needing to actually do the work. She then talks about an exercise she does involving her chakras.
  • [17:36] - What are Mary’s rituals? She answers, then takes a moment to dig into the neuroscience of gratitude.
  • [22:00] - Mary talks about her daily desires at the moment. Orion then shares her own current desires.
  • [24:19] - We go deeper into the topic of affirmations, with Mary talking about the importance of creating affirmations that resonate with you.
  • [29:31] - From Mary’s perspective, it doesn’t matter whether someone takes a scientific path or a spiritual path. She then discusses the placebo effect.
  • [31:42] - What is the “core four,” and how can we implement that? Mary answers, then shares her own “core four” with listeners.
  • [35:23] - Mary talks about what she has learned through healing, and points out that you cannot protect your heart and be emotionally available at the same time.
  • [39:49] - We learn about the difference between a “core four” and a goal.
  • [44:00] - How does Mary turn an emotion that might get into the way into something cleansing?
  • [48:39] - Mary shares her thoughts on communication and connecting better with other people.
  • [52:13] - What are Mary’s three top tips to living a stellar life? #1. Always shed the layers of who you are and uncover the person who you are meant to be. #2. Pay attention to your emotions. #3. Focus on what you want instead of what you don’t want.
  • [53:44] - Mary lists some places to find and connect with her. She also offers listeners a free gift!

Links and Resources:

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